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Duality in the Characters in Film - Duality is an instance of opposition or contrast between two concepts or two aspects of something. Duality can also be represented by two separate entities, or people for that matter, who provide contrast for one another. “Duality in people exists as qualities that seemingly in opposition of each other.” (Dualism in Film) The definition of duality can be seen in many ways, in modern cinema however, the meaning of duality is more specific, although its definition does not vary too much from what the common definition is....   [tags: duality, contrast, entities] 3000 words
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Duality Exists in Many Literature Books - “One thing you learn when you’ve lived as long as I have - people aren’t all good, and people aren’t all bad. We move in and out of darkness and light all of our lives.” This quote, spoken by Neal Shusterman, is exemplified so much throughout daily life. Whether the difference between the dark and light be good and evil or simply private and public, it’s inevitable to have two sides as a human being. Also, in the works of fiction Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, and The Book Thief written by Marcus Zusak, many characters follow this theory that as human beings, there are two sides that exist in a person....   [tags: duality, good, bad, dark, light] 960 words
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The Duality of Human Nature in Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Stevenson uses the characters of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde to expresses his beliefs about human duality by introducing them as two contrasting characters, instead of just one character. Using two completely different characters with different names and appearances gets his message of human duality across more effectively rather than using just one character that turns a different colour when its angry, for example. We meet Mr Hyde, “a pale, dwarfish man” “of no particular age”, and we meet Dr Jekyll, a “large, well-made man of fifty” with a “large handsome face”....   [tags: duality of human nature, Stevenson, Dr. Jekyll and] 554 words
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The Duality of Light and Matter - In school you learned about the atom as though the electrons were particles. But what if you were taught wrong. What if matter is in reality a wave. This is the question raised by Lois de Broglie and is the focus of this essay. First we will cover the difference between particles and waves. Then we will cover the origin of this debate, the duality of light and the double slit experiment. Then we will look at the man behind this unorthodox idea, what his scientific background is and his reasons for suggesting this unorthodox idea....   [tags: Science]
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Duality in The Scarlet Letter - Duality in The Scarlet Letter Oscar Wilde, an Irish poet, novelist, and playwright, believed, “What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise” (Think Exist). Wilde’s quotation conveys the idea of duality residing within every situation, person, and object. Nathaniel Hawthorne explores the idea further in his classic novel The Scarlet Letter. In the novel Hawthorne demonstrates duality within the character Pearl and the forest; he suggests an optimistic perspective of the world....   [tags: Classic American Literature] 671 words
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Duality in the Victorian Era - ... The virtuous Dr. Jekyll serves as a portrayal of the more rational, human side of man. When Mr. Utterson attends Dr. Jekyll’s dinner party he paints a picture of a quintessential Victorian man when describing Jekyll’s appearance, “well made, smooth face [and] every of capacity and kindness” (Stevenson 15). On the other end of the spectrum, Mr. Enfield details Mr. Hyde’s character as uncivilized, animalistic, and brutish; “It wasn’t like a man; it was like some damned Juggernaut” (Stevenson 3)....   [tags: romanticized, nature, theme, evil, sanity] 593 words
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Christina Rossetti: A Woman of Duality - There is much to be admired of women poets of the Victorian era. A time, in which, female poets and male poets were viewed separately. Standing out amongst the female poets and playing a lead role in a revolutionary movement was Christina Rossetti. Christina Rossetti’s rich childhood, personal and familial strives, and the Pre-Raphaelite movement aided her to use her poems as a tool of personal expression of the inner turmoil of religious and family obligations and a personal longing in her soul....   [tags: Authors]
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The Duality of Human Nature - In The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson expresses the concept of the duality of man. Using gothic literature, he depicts the idea of man’s doubled nature. Stevenson demonstrates through the character Henry Jekyll the duality of human nature and the constant battle of good and evil inside all individuals. In Victorian society, maintaining a good reputation is of utmost importance (Perkins 207). For instance, Dr. Henry Jekyll always focuses on pleasing society to sustain his high social standing (209)....   [tags: The Strage Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde]
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Duality of Man and Soul - Duplicity of Man and Soul A doppelganger by definition is a double or counterpart of a person or an alter ego of a person (Dictionary.com). Everyone has a doppelganger that influences their lives every day in their decisions they make. Their doppelgangers are their suppressed selves and, if uncovered, will reveal to the world the kind of people they genuinely are. What one may show on the outside could be completely different from what they truly feel. One can really know a person only once he fully knows the person that he is on the inside....   [tags: The Picture of Dorian Gray] 906 words
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Intersex Denial and Duality - Sun and moon, black and white, love versus hate, what a binary world we live in. Opposite one another there is contrast, opposing forces so in need of the other, yet so far apart. In Stanley Kubrick film “Full Metal Jacket” Joker, after some hesitation, explains to the Colonel that he wears his peace button along with the words “Born to Kill” on his helmet band as a symbol of the duality of man. In Book IV of Metamorphoses, Ovid pens, that Salmacis forces herself on Hermaphroditus and asks the gods to join them into one being....   [tags: Gender Studies] 1552 words
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The Duality of Knowledge - A discussion of the Duality of Knowledge and the Way in which Human Interpretation Skews its Perception Since the dawn of human civilization, knowledge had always been a controlling force of humanity. The greatest of men and the bloodiest of all tyrants have both used knowledge as a tool to secure control over thousands and to ensure their place in history. Similarly religion, a force that has been around since prehistoric man, continues to manipulate the minds of millions in an effort to control the masses and spread its faith....   [tags: essays research papers] 1254 words
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Stevenson and Conrad: The Duality of Human Nature - The Victorian Age marked a period of immense transition in many aspects of human life. In 1859 Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species, a work that opposed the traditional way of perceiving religion. Candyce Klin author of “Darwinism as A Cultural Issue”, states that The Origin of Species proposed the theory that all living creatures had to compete within their own preconditions in order to survive. This may be why the controversial issue of the duality of human nature has been found at the heart of many Victorian works....   [tags: Victorian Age literature]
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Stevenson and Conrad: The Duality of Human Nature - ... Enfield, Dr. Lanyon, and Dr. Jekyll. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde represents the duality of man by devising an eloquent metaphor for man’s divided nature. Dr. Jekyll, a Victorian scientist, confesses that he is an “incongruous compound” of good and evil and is stimulated by the idea of dual personalities (Stevenson 1678). Through his experiments, Dr. Jekyll, separates the good and the evil aspects of himself into two different identities, each with a body and personality of its own....   [tags: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde]
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Stevenson and Conrad: The Duality of Human Nature - Conrad also employs the literary device of symbolism to further display the theme, the duality of human nature in his novella Heart of Darkness. Three major examples of symbolism are evident in this novella. These examples include, light and dark, the Congo River, and ivory. Similar to Stevenson, Conrad uses light and dark symbolism throughout his novella. Yet curiously in Heart of Darkness, light does not symbolize genuine goodness nor does dark symbolize pure calamity. Marlow proves this when he says as a comment to the Nellie’s sailors that, “I know that the sunlight can be made to lie, too” (Conrad 1944)....   [tags: symbolism, novella, literature]
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Stevenson and Conrad: The Duality of Human Nature - ... Hyde as the true personification of evil: “the slime of the pit seemed to utter cries and voices” (Stevenson 1648). Conrad in his novella Heart of Darkness also applies the literary device of symbolism to further display the duality of human nature. Conrad often personifies the jungle, and the natives of the jungle as an extension. Conrad describes the jungle and its occupants with the same wild spirit: “The wilderness had patted him on the head... it had caressed him... it had taken him, loved him, embraced him, got into his veins, consumed his flesh and sealed his soul to its own......   [tags: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde]
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Jekyll and Hyde: Duality of Human Nature - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a riveting tale of how one man uncovers, through scientific experiments, the dual nature within himself. Robert Louis Stevenson uses the story to suggest that this human duality is housed inside everyone. The story reveals “that man is not truly one, but two” (Robert Louis Stevenson 125). He uses the characters of Henry Jekyll, Edward Hyde, Dr. Lanyon, and Mr. Utterson to portray this concept. He also utilizes important events, such as the death of Dr. Jekyll and the death of Mr....   [tags: Robert Louis Stevenson novel analysis] 685 words
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The Duality of Relationships in Othello by William Shakespeare - The plot pushes forward into the joyful and innocent love between Emilia and Iago. Even though their relationship is not mentioned enough as that of Othello and Desdemona, a reader can definitely interpret the psychological aspects of both relationships. Desdemona is one who would never consider cheating or being unfaithful towards Othello. Emilia however states it as a “ ...a great price. For a small vice.” Emilia has a different view of men: “They are all but stomachs, and we are all but food; To eat us hungerly, and when they are full, They belch us.” Iago’s views on love are motivated by extrinsic needs....   [tags: lago, jeaulosy, illusion, desdemona] 718 words
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Non-duality: Madhyamika, Yogacara, and Zen - Buddhism first developed in India by Siddhartha Gautama as a means to end suffering. Nirvana could ultimately be achieved with adherence to the Four Noble Truths and the middle way. The Mahayana tradition arose within Buddhist with different interpretations of Buddha’s teachings and new ideals. It emphasized the role of the bodhisattva and the bodhisattva path as the means to attain enlightenment, or Buddhahood. The nature of the Buddha is no longer equivalent to that of the arhant, rather, he is beyond the level of the arhant; he is a transcended being....   [tags: Religion, Buddhism, Anatman] 1797 words
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Duality in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens - ... An example of the poorness in France is that hundreds are killed everyday. Another example that that Paris, France was not doing well is when a crate of wine bottles broke and a citizen wrote the word ‘blood’ on the wall of the wine shop. In London, England the people are being served with the finest wines and drinks from their many servants. I think this is the first duality displayed in the book by Dickens. Then comes a duality between Lucie Manette and Madame Defarge. Lucie Manette is kind, loving, and caring while Madame Defarge is pure evil, despicable, and bloodthirsty....   [tags: theme, emotion, people, title, cities] 991 words
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The Theme of Duality in Crime and Punishment - The Theme of Duality in Crime and Punishment In Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, the theme of duality is present throughout much of the novel. There are dual conflicts: one external between a disillusioned individual and his world, and the other internal between an isolated soul and his conscience (Walsh). It is the internal conflict in the main character, Raskolnikov, that is the focuses of much of the novel. The dual personalities of Raskolnikov are constantly at battle with one another, causing the inner conflict he experiences and thus creating his own personal punishment....   [tags: Dostoevsky Crime and Punishment] 1308 words
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The Duality of Belinda in Pope’s Rape of the Lock - ... Pope writes a mock epic because it allows him to take an insignificant scene – in this case, Belinda putting on her face – and raises its significance using the poetic form. Belinda’s beautification lacks significance, but the subtext shows the importance of beauty and materialism to her. The toilette scene also shows the frivolity of bourgeois society, of which Belinda belongs to, and its emphasis on materialism. Belinda’s shows her materialism through the many cosmetic items on her vanity....   [tags: Beauty, Religion] 708 words
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The Duality of Man in Moby Dick - The Duality of Man in Moby Dick In Herman Melville’s novel, Moby Dick, every character is a symbol of the good and evil sides of humanity.  However, none of the characters represent pure evil or pure goodness.  Even Melville’s description of Ahab, whom he repeatedly refers to monomaniacal, which suggests he is driven insane by one goal, is given a chance to be seen as a frail, sympathetic character.  Ishmael represents the character with the most good out of the crew, though his survival is unclear because he never had a direct adversary to overcome.  He has his moments when evil thoughts pervade his mind.  The unclearness of morals in the universe is prevalent throughout Herman...   [tags: Moby Dick Essays]
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The Duality of Human Nature: Men’s Roles - The Duality of Human Nature: Men’s Roles What truly defines a man. What roles should men hold in society. According to Victorian society, men should be respectful, successful and well known, which often restricted men from enjoying the pleasures of life and revealing their true self. Both Victorian writers, Robert Stevenson and Oscar Wilde, depict the roles of men in their works, while making a critique about the roles that are set by men in society. In the narrative, The Strange Case of Dr....   [tags: Character Analysis ]
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The Duality of Hamlet’s Character Portrayed in Shakespeare's Hamlet - One of the first images that are created to further Shakespeare’s investigation of humanity is created by Hamlet in his first soliloquy. This simple comparison brings to life the feeling that the treachery and corruption surrounding him is enveloping all that he is familiar with. No longer is he able to see the metaphorical flowers of joy and prosperity that were once so familiar and comforting to him as they are becoming increasingly obscured by the rampant weeds of vile corruption. Hamlet furthers his emotional outpouring when he wishes that his “flesh would melt, Thaw and resolve itself into a dew.” He clearly wishes not to deal with the corruption that has grown thick around him....   [tags: Character Analysis, Literary Analysis] 595 words
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The Duality of Man: Connections Between Victor and the Monster in Frankenstein - The classic gothic novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley details the relationship between two significant figures, Victor Frankenstein, and his unnamed monster. The critical relationship between such characters causes many literary critics to compose the idea that they are bound by nature – inadvertently becoming a single central figure (Spark). This provides provoking thoughts on the duality of mankind, revealing the wickedness of human nature. The role of the monster as an alter ego to Victor is an ideal suggestion, as their characteristics in the story consistently change; from predator to prey, depressed to angry, pitiful to cruel, these are all characteristics shared between both characte...   [tags: mary shelley, critical relationship, prometheus]
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The Accord Duality: Underlying Oppression and Continual Colonialism - Since the formation of Canada in 1867 much of the dealings have been based off of two distinct language groups: the Francophone and the Anglophone. Despite the colonization of Canada centuries before and the nation to nation agreements preceding, and proceeding after, the formation of Canada the First Nations people have been a part of the Canadian periphery. The conduction of the Meech Lake Accord and the Charlottetown Accord are examples of the First Nation people’s continual placement in the hinterland of Canadian political and legal action....   [tags: Canada, Francophone, Anglophone]
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Duality in Fahrenheit 451 - Duality in Fahrenheit 451 Dualities are the most elementary of comparisons, and are the easiest for the mind to comprehend in that total opposites are brought to attention. These opposites subconsciously provide one with a deeper insight of the material and consciously entertain. In Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, many dualisms are included both within Montag and in the outside world that provide 180 degree flip-side views, giving the book further depth and inner meaning. Within the many layers of Montag lay several opposite sides....   [tags: Fahrenheit 451 Essays] 456 words
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Cultural Duality Among Iranians - Cultural Duality Among Iranians The history of Iran extends over a two-thousand five hundred year period. This era brought about great achievements in the areas of science, the arts and letters, literature, philosophy, and law. Prior to the Islamic conversions of the seventh century AD, the Iranians practiced the Zoroastrian religion. It was during the Sasanian Dynasty in the latter part of the Seventh Century A.D. in which Islam was introduced in Iran. However, Shia Islam did not become the official religion of state until the period of the Safavid Kings in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries A....   [tags: Papers] 1310 words
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A First Look at Unity, Duality, and Complexity - Science, as we understand it in Western culture, arose during the Golden Age of Greece. Greek mystics in the sixth century B.C. did not distinguish science from philosophy and religion, but combined them in an endeavor to discover the "essential nature" of things, which they called Physis. (Capra, 1975) Heraclitus of Ephesus proposes in Concerning Nature (ca. 500 B.C.) that all things are in a continual process of "Becoming"; (Capra, 1975) He depicts a world composed of paired opposites (hot/cold, wet/dry, etc.) which struggle eternally to dominate one another....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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An Analytical Essay on the Duality of Man in Hamlet - An Analytical Essay on the Duality of Man in Hamlet   Day after day on television, in the movies, and even in some modern literature we see characters falling within those same old categories of "good guy" or "bad guy".  Life would be much easier to figure out if human beings were so definitely good or bad, but we're not.  Four hundred years ago William Shakespeare wrote a play that presented characters how human beings truly are, neither all good nor all bad.  Hamlet is a play twisting and turning so much in human emotion that at times it almost seems to come alive and give us an accurate depiction of inner-torment, death, and humanness....   [tags: The Tragedy of Hamlet Essays] 1086 words
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A Raisin in the Sun: The Duality of African-America, George Murchison and Joseph Asagai - Since the forced-migration to the Americas, African-Americans have been assigned between two cultures: being African and being American. Both cultures are forced upon African-Americans who lack a culture of their own. Neither Africa nor America is truly home to the African-American and the connections between both cultures have been separated. In the play, A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, the duality of African-American race is explored within the characters of Joseph Asagai and George Murchison – boyfriends of Beneatha Younger....   [tags: Race, Literature]
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Foreshadowing and Duality in Ovid’s take on Spurned Love: The Vengeance For Vanity - Ovid was a much respected Roman poet, who lived in the Augustan period, from 43 B.C to 17 or 18 A.D. He greatly influenced literature in the Antiquity period, the Middle Age, and even Modern periods of literature. He was enthralled by the themes of love and eroticism and therefore, he used it frequently in his poetry. Therefore, in much of the Metamorphoses, he explores themes of love lost, love betrayed and love rejected as popular themes. Unsurprisingly, the story of Echo and Narcissus presents a tale of love that is spurned....   [tags: narcissus, echo, ovid, matamorphoses]
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Dualism, One of Society’s Many Obsessions - The Novel “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” centers upon a conception of humanity as dual in nature, although the theme does not emerge fully until the last chapter, when the complete story of the Jekyll-Hyde relationship is revealed. Therefore, we confront the prospect of a dual human nature explicitly only after having witnessed all of the events of the novel, including Hyde’s crimes and his ultimate eclipsing of Jekyll. The text not only presents the duality of human nature as its central theme but forces us to ponder the properties of this duality and to consider each of the novel’s episodes as we weigh various theories....   [tags: human nature, duality, novel]
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Duality in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Steveson - ... Even Jesus says that only God is good in Mark 10:18 which reads, “‘Why do you call me good?' Jesus answered. 'No one is good--except God alone.' Jekyll is the archetypal example of this. Jekyll knows what his desires are but once he falls from grace by creating Hyde he is forced to grapple with his evil side until it kill him. Doctor Jekyll knew his inevitable demise was rapidly approaching because he pleads with Utterson asking him to “help [Hyde] for my sake, when I am no longer here” (39)....   [tags: evil, good, counterparts, victorian]
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The Devoted Son by Anita Desai - Anita Desai is a writer of novels and short stories, mostly about conflicts among characters of different generations and backgrounds. Her short story called “A Devoted Son”, she writes about just that. Anita’s unique heritage is what made her so good at writing stories with conflict and culture. She has a quiet power that explores the struggle of many things. Her inspirations for writing “A Devoted Son” is that she wanted to capture the duality of human nature, that everything is complex, yet art, music, and literature can render it so that everything become clear....   [tags: duality of human nature] 529 words
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William Golding's Lord of the Flies and John Knowles' A Separate Peace - ... “He is fair and well built, might grow into a boxer but never into a devil, for he is sunny and decent, sensible, considerate.” (Golding) Both identities can now be distinctly seen as opposites that repel one another. On the contrary, Gene and Finny also parallel each other’s egos and motivations. “His combined good looks, fine sense of balance and tremendous energy create the sense of an academic.” (Slethaug 259-270) Finny, who is a multi-sport athlete, has an almighty body and is seen throughout encouraging himself/others to be creative....   [tags: duality of good verus evil] 674 words
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson - Throughout the centuries man has been perplexed by human nature, always asking questions. What is human nature. Is human nature good or evil. In almost every century someone has asked this question to try and find the answer. Each individual had a specific way of debating the matter. One specific author, Robert Louis Stevenson, described the duality of human nature in his book, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Robert Louis Stevenson lived in Victorian London in the 18th century. At this time society in Victorian London was dichotomous....   [tags: the duality of human nature]
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The Other: Simone de Beauvoir´s Philosophy - ... It has been seen in history that mankind has viewed womanhood as a secondary evolution of man, and sees humanity as male in origin. The duality of the self and other seems to be a natural propensity for navigating the world, and the genders are no exception. She describes it as a fundamental category of human thought, and continues that its a fundamental hostility for Other’s consciousness. Racism and income differences among classes can both be explained using this theory. Even though the relationship between the genders seems to be reciprocal, it has taken so long for revelations regarding gender equality to immerge....   [tags: humanity, duality, karl marx] 765 words
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Use of Duality in Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt - Use of Duality in Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt utilizes dualism to express the juxtaposition of good and evil. The dualism expressed throughout the film is not only done through the use of juxtaposing characters, it is also accomplished through the use of dualism within a character, as well as the literal duality of people as being placed in shots as two’s. This element allows the audience to be drawn in, creating intrigue and mystery around the plot and the characters, because the audience now wants to figure out the strange behavior that is being exhibited....   [tags: Movie Film Essays] 391 words
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tempnature Duality Between Nature and Society in Shakespeare's The Tempest - Duality Between Nature and Society in The Tempest                  One of the essential themes of The Tempest is the duality between nature and society.  This is made evident through the character of Caliban: the disfigured fish-like creature that inhabits the island upon which the play takes place.  Caliban lacks civility because he was born on the island deprived of any social or spiritual morality other than nature and instinct.  He is literally man untamed.  Caliban is not monstrous simply for the sake of being frightening; his ghastly appearance is intended to literally depict the essential differences between civilization and natural instinct....   [tags: Tempest essays]
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The Duality of Truth in Don Quixote by Miguel Cervantes - "Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth." -- Marcus Aurelius Don Quixote is considered as the first modern novel and one of the most important modernist elements available in the novel is the exploration of characters’ inner worlds, especially of Don Quixote’s. Through inner exploration of the main character, the readers observe that the real and the illusionary are interoperable within Don Quixote’s perceptions of the outside world. In that sense, a post-modern concept which suggests that truth is multifaceted and it’s a creation of mind emerges in the novel....   [tags: Don Quixote Essays]
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Duality of Nature in Henry James' Daisy Miller - Within each of us lies the potential for good and evil--virtue and vice.  Our daily actions reflect the combination of good and bad in a world that is neither black nor white.  In literature, however, characters often depict complete goodness or vice in a world that holds no room for a duality of nature.  Winterbourne possesses a notion that Daisy Miller must be restrictively good or bad, but the concept is not as black and white as he perceives it to be.  A realistic portrayal of Daisy Miller as an infusion of good and bad—virtue and vice—in a world full of gray increases her moral influence upon us, as we too, have inherent dual natures in an imperfect world....   [tags: Henry James, Daisy Miller]
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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare - ... Through these additions to the test, Shakespeare is able to better portray the development of themes in the following scenes. This passage contains a large amount of symbolism and imagery as well, constantly referring to the herbs and plants as Friar is looking in the field. But while there are two different duality examples, they are connected by how they both represent the overall good and bad present in the novel. This duality connects to the particular theme of the inevitability of fate....   [tags: friar laurence´s soliloquy, duality, ] 525 words
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Analysis of the Poem Winter Piece by Charles Tomlinson - ... Employment of punctuation is translucently visual, due to the strong use of commas, therefore creating a pause so to wind down the reader, for that reason using caesura, making the poem have a slow flow. Tomlinson works with grammatically correct, standard English , and an extensive variety of vocabulary which is obvious yet bold at times. This technique, of using such glossary, enhances the images formed in the readers mind. There is a duality in the meaning of the poem- war and the coldness of winter....   [tags: wintery, season, images, duality, poem] 557 words
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Global Warming and Environmental Degradation: Princess Monoke by Hayao Miyazaki - In the wake of global warming and environmental degradation, many media outlets are focusing on ways to alert the public to sustain the planet. In “Princess Mononoke,” the film aesthetically creates a complex socio-cultural world in where the audience is force to weigh in on complex questions about our nature and how we treat the planet. The film follows Ashitaka as he journeys from his home village to western Japan to find answers to his impending doom. His quest soon leads him to the industrious fort of “Irontown,” and he finds himself the middle of a deadly battle between humans and spirits....   [tags: duality of humanity, post-industrial humans]
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The Duality of Human Nature in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson - Crusaders returning home from their battles in the Middle East as early as 1100 were accused of worshipping what the Roman Catholic Church deemed a false deity, Baphomet. This creature enigmatic to the people of Middle Age Europe represented equilibrium of "black energy" and "white energy" in the soul, as well as in nature. There is indeed an apparent duality in the human subconscious. The misconception that these two sides are simply good and evil is commonly accepted by the majority of western society because of Christianity and its tales of seraphs casting down demons intent on committing foul acts....   [tags: evil, disguise, society]
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The Duality of Ivory: An Examination of Greed in Society Through Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness - Greed: the intense and selfish desire for something (Oxford Dictionary). It is one of the seven deadly sins, and society recognizes the vile nature of this trait, yet it is an integral part of our society, visible through our abundance. Joseph Conrad’s Europe was one of abundance: the more you had, the better you were regarded, and appearances were important, social success was gauged by what was observable. In response to vain society, to obtain social success you needed greed, for greed equated to more money, more power, more success....   [tags: literary analysis]
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