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The Worth Of Huckleberry Finn
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... of the book when Huck finds himself in the middle of a feud between the Grangerfords and the Wilkses. In this passage of the book, Mark Twain puts Huck in a situation where there is no thought or reason. This fact is pointed out when Huck asks what started the feud, and nobody can tell him because they don't know, yet they continue to kill each other. The point which Twain drives toward in this point of the book is that people are basically sheep, a point reiterated later when a large group of people goes to lynch a man, and end up leaving quietly without doing anything. This summarizes the basic view Mark Twa ...




Claudius And Hamlet
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... most immediate" to his throne (I, ii, 115). This, coupled with the fact that Hamlet was at Wittenberg when his father died, are the two conditions that enabled Claudius to seize power. But taking control and remaining in control are two different things Claudius has some explaining to do, and this is precisely what occupies him for most of the second scene. It is practical concerns, Claudius argues, that have forced him to become king. There is of course the threat of Fortinbras who, thinking Denmark to be vulnerable "by our late dear brother's death" has been demanding "the surrender of those lands/Lost by his ...




Animals In The Eyes Of The Dragon
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... of the dragon. In the end of the novel, though, all of the animalsÆ roles fall into place. Frisky, NaomiÆs companion, is a strong-willed, over-confident, Anduan Husky who may have been the ôgreatest tracking dog that ever lived.ö This dog sums up the meaning of a manÆs best friend. Frisky, who can track a three-day-old scent in the middle winter, is the reason the story takes place as it does. Just as arson dogs help pinpoint the location of substances used to start fires, Frisky uses her keen sense of smell to pinpoint exactly where Dennis, son of Brandon, has journeyed to from PeynaÆs farmhouse. DennisÆs miss ...




“The Secret Sharer”: The Captain Narrator
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... the captain narrator states “ I was vexed with myself,” his discomfort is clearly shown. His lack of charisma and self confidence also hinder his personal growth. While he is on the ship, the captain narrator does not establish any authority. The members of his crew follow a set daily routine. According to Conrad, the captain narrator questions his self confidence and authority “I asked myself whether it was wise to interfere with the established routine of duties even from the kindest motive.” Since he has not overcome the problems facing him, his everyday life is vague. The captain narrator be ...




Vonnegut's Portrayal Of Society In Breakfast Of Champions
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... through the current scene of America. At one point or another, Vonnegut discusses nearly every social, political, or cultural problem afflicting America. Racism, violence, greed, and commercialism are a few among the many problems prevalent in this country ("Briefly" 146). Vonnegut's novel is an exhibit of the flaws of a robotic, self-destructive society (Allen 107). In Breakfast of Champions, Kurt Vonnegut portrays a prefabricated, unfeeling society and an American culture plagued with despair, greed, and apathy. The issue of society's flaws is a major concern of Breakfast of Champions. Such problems ari ...




Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man
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... Later on, the reader will learn that Liberty Paint is famous for its white paint called none other than "Optic White". In effect, the sign advertises to keep America pure with whites and not just white paint. Next, the invisible man must walk down a long, pure white hallway. At this time he is a black man symbolically immersed in a white world, a recurring idea of the novel. After receiving his job, the narrator goes to meet Mr. Kimbro. In this scene, Kimbro teaches the narrator how to make the ordinary white paint into "Optic White": Ten drops of a black formula must be mixed in to the white paint ...




Bless Me, Ultima
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... Tony’s brothers are of such a case. They had gone to war to fight for their country and explore the world. But as they yearned and sought the outside and how it was, they lost their innocence in the process. Being in war they saw death and destruction which soiled their once virgin eyes. Although they gained knowledge and experience they were becoming no longer young and gay, but were becoming mature and knowledgeable. Growing at such a fast pace was a regretful process, that even Andrew advised Tony to not grow too fast but that would not happen as we know. Another example of loss of innocence in the book wo ...




The Old Man And The Sea
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... currents were perfect, and he saw all birds flying over the water. He knew he had to catch a nice fish today. He saw one of his poles have a jerk so he pulled it in and it was a bonita fish, which he was goin to use for a nice piece of bait later in the day. The day progressed and he saw a real big jerk on the pole. He jumped up and held it, but the fish was not hooked yet. A couple more jerks he felt, but the fish was not taking it. Finally the fish did and he could feel that it had to be a fish of enormous size. He could not pull it up because it was so strong. He had to hold onto it until the fish was ti ...




Comparing Dinosours Divorce An
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... these feelings and to talk about them with their parents. In When We Married Gary, there is not much discussion about values. It mainly describes the real life experience of a family. However, it appears that the gender roles are shared because the illustrations show both the mother and the stepfather taking turns playing with the girls, and they are also setting the table together as a family. The adults' roles and responsibilities to the children seem to be very positive, understanding, and supportive. There are moments when the parents act silly with the girls, and they also discipline them at appropr ...




An Analysis Of Brave New World
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... to his collegues. So he resorts to entertaining himself most evenings, without the company of a woman. This encourages his individual thought, and he realizes that independent thought is rewarding, and that he must strive to become a real individual. Although this is true to a certain extent, Bernard does not realize that he would much rather attain social recognition. At least, not until the opportunity presents itself. Thus, through a series of events, Bernard uses the curiosity of the society to his advantage, fulfilling his subconscious wish of becoming someone important; a recognized name in the jumble of s ...




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