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The Oedipus Complex in Galatea 2.2 - The Oedipus Complex in Galatea 2.2 Helen is in love with Powers; Powers is in love with C.; C. only wants to forget about Powers. This may sound like a soap opera, but in fact it is the love triangle present in Galatea 2.2. This love triangle mirrors Freud's Oedipal Complex almost perfectly. According to this theory, Richard Powers is Helen's mother. Like a mother he created her and then taught her how to think for herself. Also in this role reversal of the Oedipal Complex, Helen assumes the role of Power's son, and C....   [tags: Galatea 2.2 Essays] 947 words
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Formal Analysis of Galatea 2.2 - Formal Analysis of Galatea 2.2   The novel became important in 19th century as the middle-class became more educated and desired entertainment. With the coming of 20th century and its sophisticated technologies, the form of the novel expanded to include science fiction: a genre that combines mankind's awe of new technology and the age-old attribute of fantasy. Writers of science fiction found it necessary to employ the traditional style of the novel in their modern works. This is one of the main points in Richard Powers' "Galatea 2.2"....   [tags: Galatea 2.2 Essays] 1001 words
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Margaret Mary Bell of "Galatea" - In the short story “Galatea,” Margaret Mary Bell meets William Bell when she’s at a playground with her sister. Margaret and William end up getting together and getting married pretty quickly. Suddenly one by one Margaret’s belongings disappear and she doesn’t understand why William is doing this. William ends up leaving Margaret and leaves her with nothing and no reasons why he took the stuff or himself away from her. She ends up finding out that William is the Collegetown Creeper. Margaret definitely stood out to me after reading “Galatea.” There are some characteristics of her that I liked, and others that I thought were a little ridiculous....   [tags: Literary Characters] 551 words
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The Story of Pygmalion and Galatea - The Story of Pygmalion and Galatea “If you gods can give all things, may I have as my wife, I pray… one like the ivory maiden.” ~Pygmalion Pygmalion, the mythical king of Cyprus, had many problems when dating women. He always seemed to accept dates from the wrong women. Some were rude, others were selfish; he was revolted by the faults nature had placed in these women. It left him feeling very depressed. He eventually came to despise the female gender so much that he decided he would never marry any maiden....   [tags: Cyprus Mythology] 436 words
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A Feminist Reading of Galatea 2.2 - A Feminist Reading of Galatea 2.2 There is one common thread linking all novels written by males; their female characters are always depicted as the stereotypical female: weak, indecisive and emotionally unstable. The feminist approach to analyzing literature provides an explanation for this phenomenon. In this patriarchal society, women are viewed as the weaker sex, inferior. This can be the result of socialization or some negative interactions with women in the past. Richard Powers employs this standard for female characters in his novel, Galatea 2.2, made evident through the application of the feminist approach and the dialogical method; however, its semi-autobiographical nature blurs t...   [tags: Feminism Feminist Women Criticism] 881 words
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What were the main arguments of Paul's opponents in Galatia - What were the main arguments of Paul’s opponents in Galatia. What arguments did Paul use to respond to them. Undoubtedly,the author of Galatians was Paul and it may have been the earliest of his letters. It’s brief, emotional and controversial, and its importance far exceeds its size. Martin Luther, claimed Galatians as ‘my epistle. I am married to it’ and this letter became the cornerstone of the Protestant Reformation. Paul’s letter is addressed to the churches in Galatia (Galatians 1.2) but the location of these churches is a matter of debate....   [tags: Bible, Galatia] 1271 words
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Greek Mythology and Narcissism - Greek Mythology is the study of the stories and legends of ancient Greek life. They are fictional stories used to teach and provide context on everyday occurrences, such as nature, health, but most importantly, love. The love myths of ancient Greece are far more different than anything we know of today. The myths featured competitive world views, such as homosexuality. There are other psychological ideas apparent in Greek myths. Using the book Mythology by Edith Hamilton, the myths of Narcissus, Amor and Psyche, and Pygmalion and Galatea include the ideas of narcissism, impulsiveness, and the impact of expectations appear many times....   [tags: legends, narcissism]
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Raphael Sanzio da Urbino: A Brief Biography - Rafael Sanzio was one of the most famous artists of the Renaissance along with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. There were three main artistic periods in his life; first was his youth in Urbino, from 1483-1504; second his Florentine period from 1504-1508, when he, Leonardo and Michelangelo were all living in the same city; third his life in Rome, from 1508-1520, in which much of his work was commissioned by the Pope. Raphael’s style was typical of the Renaissance, with emphasis on light, balance, clarity, order, and depth....   [tags: famous artists of the Renaissance] 919 words
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The Inacurate Representation of the Cyclops - ... The three media I picked that I picked for the representation of Cyclopes are film, TV Mini-series, and paintings. Those three media suggest that there is not a single good Cyclops, and audience responses vary on which medium they chose to focus more on and what Cyclopes they classified to be good or bad. The painting, “The Cyclops” is a painting by French symbolist painter Odilon Redon. Redon depicted a myth starring Naiad Galatea, loved by Polyphemus, the most famous Cyclops. The painting is about Odilon Redon remaking or rebranding Polyphemus from the villainous Cyclops who would hunt down his victims before consuming them....   [tags: monster, violent, media] 1415 words
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The Silver Metal Lover - The Silver Metal Lover The story is set in the future when robots are developed. These robots are not only used for labour purposes, but also used for entertainment. A special series of robots are designed to entertain people. They are the Golders, who are the dancers, the Coppers, who are the actors and the Silvers who are the musicians. When Jane first saw one of the Silvers, she was enamored with the robot's perfection. She sold all her belongings in order to own him. To Jane, he is no longer a robot but a real human and a wonderful lover....   [tags: Papers] 811 words
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Identity of Women in Jack Kerouac’s On The Road - The Identity of Women in On The Road       The women in Jack Kerouac's work, On The Road, are portrayed as superficial and shallow, while the men display depth in character. Women are stereotyped as falling into one of three categories; virginal, maternal or promiscuous, and, throughout the novel, are referred to in a facetious, derogatory manner. ‘Sal’, the protagonist, expresses sexist attitudes, which are a result of both his upbringing and societal attitudes of the time. Although the novel does highlight the problem of sexism, ultimately it does nothing to criticise it, but in fact projects it....   [tags: On The Road essays]
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Jealousy and Desire in Ovid's Metamorphoses - Jealousy and Desire in Ovid's Metamorphoses      Passionate lust is a blinding force. When jealousy and desire control actions, the outcome is never what it is envisioned to be. Ovid's Metamorphoses provides an clear example of love turned terribly wrong. Throughout the novel, overwhelming desire controls actions and emotions, leaving behind sadness and grief wherever it strikes. With this kind of love, nobody gets what he or she wants in the end.   The first strong example of unsatisfactory endings can be found in Book Four, in the story of "The Sun-god and Leucothoe." Phoebus has a strong desire for Leucothoe, and the two begin a fiery affair....   [tags: Ovid Metamorphoses Essays]
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The Automaton/Statue/Machine Women - ... He dressed her in refined clothes, adorned her hair with flowers and gave her numerous choices of gifts; he was so madly in love with his creation that he spends countless days and nights admiring her beauty. Here, one can suppose that Pygmalion has not yet experienced love, however, his body and actions show a sign of desire that is possibly linked to his body first’s signs of sexual attractiveness to the opposite sex. In line with philosophers such Nietzsche, Freud, and Bertrand Russell arts is linked with sexuality as mentioned by J....   [tags: threat, sexuality, modern technology]
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The Halo Effect and Recency Effect: What's Your Greatest Weakness? - This case mainly centers on the question “what is your greatest weakness?” The table on 7-2 present varying responses that the recruiter can have. A halo effect is where there is an overall impression of the candidate and it influences other ratings about the interviewee. An example is when a person meets all the qualifications on paper but their interviewing skills may need a lot of work. The recruiter may be willing to overlook or not judge as harshly because on paper they have everything they want in an employee (Holbrook, 1983)....   [tags: competition, perception]
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Love in Greek Literature - According to the stories by Edith Hamilton in Mythology, love can be deadly/dangerous/woeful, inevitable/necessary/destined, and sweet/helpful. To begin, Hamilton shows that love can be sweet and helpful. This is the case with Ceyx and Alcyone in “Ceyx and Alcyone.” Love ended up saving one of the lover’s life. When Ceyx went on a sea voyage, Alcyone warned him that it would be perilous and that he could die because the winds are so vicious and acute. “She told him with streaming tears and in a voice of broken sobs, that she knew as few others could the power of the winds upon the sea....   [tags: Greek Literature] 1951 words
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Handel and the Politics of The Messiah - Handel and the Politics of The Messiah Handel, George Frideric b. Feb. 23, 1685, Halle, Saxony [Germany] d. April 14, 1759, London, Eng. German (UNTIL 1715) GEORG FRIEDRICH HÄNDEL, OR HAENDEL German-born English composer of the late Baroque era, noted particularly for his operas, oratorios, and instrumental compositions. He wrote the most famous of all oratorios, the Messiah (1741), and is also known for such occasional pieces as Water Music (1717) and Music for the Royal Fireworks (1749)....   [tags: Papers] 1014 words
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George Bernard Shaw - ... During a festival, he asked Aphrodite to grant his wish and she did. Galatea came alive and they got married. Like Pygmalion, Higgins, one of the main characters in Pygmalion, made a beautiful creature out of a flower girl. The difference between legend and reality was that in the legend, the creator admired his creation, while Higgins never seemed to care for the feelings of his creation. Shaw wrote about this issue in order to make the readers aware of the conditions and the period in which the play was written....   [tags: gender discrimination, pymalion]
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Jack Kerouac’s On The Road - Ranting of a Maniac or Precise Interpretation of Reality? - Jack Kerouac's On the Road:  Ranting of a Maniac or Precise Interpretation of Reality?            Jack Kerouac's On the Road is considered the bible of the Beat Generation, illustrating the wild, wandering, and reckless lifestyle chosen by many young people of the time. Despite all of Dean and Sal's partying and pleasure-cruising, On the Road ends up being a sad and disturbing story. During all the trips, through the good times and the bad times, there is a sense of darkness and foreboding following in the wake....   [tags: On The Road essays]
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Degradation of Women in Jack Kerouac’s On The Road - The Degradation of Women in On The Road An argument can be made that the women in Jack Kerouac's On The Road are not as characteristically well developed as the men. Through Sal and Dean's interactions with women, the reader sees that there exist two types of females in this novel - the benevolent virgin/mother figure or the whore. Women are constantly referred to in a negative way or blatantly degraded and insulted by numerous characters. However, Kerouac (through the character of Sal) exhibits sympathy for women....   [tags: On The Road essays]
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Does Eliza Become a Lady in In George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Pygmalion’ - George Bernard Shaw who was born in Dublin in 1856, was a renowned play writer and a talented platform speaker. He is most famously known for his successful play ‘Pygmalion’ which was widely accepted as one of the most noted comedies of the time. It was written two years before the 1st world war, at a time when society was divided and the poor were severely disadvantaged whilst the rich were idle and blindly living their life, unconcerned about the affairs of others. At the time, Britain had thriving economy and it was a successful country because of its industry, trade and empire....   [tags: George Bernard Shaw, Pygmalion, classism, ]
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The Comparison of Social Classes through Analysis of Pygmalion - The classic play Pygmalion written by George Bernard Shaw is his analysis of the prevailing society of the time. The title comes from the Greek myth of Pygmalion, who was a renowned sculptor and created a flawless statue whose beauty remained unmatched. At the sculptor’s request the God put life into the work of stone and thus the statue Galatea came to life. Accordingly Shaw adapts the myth to suit his own purpose. The statue in this case is Eliza Dolittle, who sells flowers in Convent Gardens....   [tags: hierarchy, genteels, manners]
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The Art of Speech in the Play Pygimalion - ... Nevertheless, Shaw symbolizes the idea of language being intertwined with speech through our very own Pygmalion Mr. Higgins, a professor of speech and phonetics. Higgins was marvelous at his job and hobby, that he was capable of identifying where people were born- reveling their class- from their accents. This can be shown when the author stated, “ I can place any man within six miles. I can place him within two miles in London. Sometimes within two streets.” Not only where characters, through their speech, a real representation of their class, but other factors too....   [tags: language, social, class, characters] 674 words
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Lord of the Flies by William Golding - Lord of the Flies by William Golding is a fictional novel highlighting natural characteristics of man kind. The Book was created during the post World War II period. Before creating this novel, William had experience in the navy where he learned of the nature of mankind. The introduction of the book portrays a plane crash where a large group of boys are stranded on an island. Here they grow in character and human instincts such as leadership, brutality, and survival are displayed. With the influence of the combination of his education and military experience, William Golding wrote one of the most powerful books about the truth or mankind's survival nature....   [tags: Analytical Essay]
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Monsters: The Physical Embodiment of Fear - Monsters are the physical embodiment of fear. Monsters are the physical embodiment due to a wide variety of reasons. The most important being: Monsters’ apparent invulnerability/incredible strength, represent the bad part of society, most often look ugly, represent evil/nightmares itself, are intelligent, and some deviate from the norms are the reasons why monsters are the physical embodiment of fear. Monsters’ incredible characteristics are what strike fear into the hearts of others. In many myths, monsters are a weakness to societies....   [tags: Character Analysis] 868 words
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George Bernard Shaw's Life and Works - George Bernard Shaw was born in Dublin of Protestant stock in 1856. During Shaw’s fifty-eight year career he wrote novels, short stories and several reviews, essays and prefaces. Shaw’s early writings were based on the unrealistic Victorian ideas and written as a comedy that made fun of romance during that time period. Like many other Irish writers, Bernard Shaw contributed highly to English literature and drama with writings such as Pygmalion, a play that was based on a part of his life and written as a comedy but received as a love story....   [tags: Biography]
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Life of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the father of the modern novel and innovative Spanish author, was also a distinguished soldier and Humanist. Born September 29, 1547 in Alcalá de Henares, Spain to apothecary-surgeon Rodrigo de Cervantes and Leonor de Cortinas, he grew up in Córdoba, Cabra and Seville. Much of his life is undocumented, so dates and events have been surmised by scholars. Cervantes studied under Lopez de Hoyos at the Estudio de la Villa in Madrid. Hoyos was fond of his student and commissioned him to write poems for inclusion in a volume commemorating the death of Elizabeth of Valiois....   [tags: the father of the modern novel]
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The Cyclops and Its Significance - A symbolist of the late 1800’s, the abstracted works of Odilon Redon contain a sense of mystery and somberness that accentuate the connections they have to their traditionally darker themes. A “prince of dreams” and a “creator of nightmares,” Redon’s later works have been known for their expressive, whimsical colors and unique abstract style. The Cyclops (circa 1898), a painting from Redon’s later works, is a prime example of such skilled crafting and in a way was the stepping stone towards his signature colorful pastels and paintings....   [tags: Art Analysis ]
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the paper - Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Individuals have long been intrigued by the notion that persons’ expectations can become a reality. These are commonly referred to as self-fulfilling prophecies. Early scientific work in this area examined the Pygmalion effect—when superiors' high expectations of their subordinates' performance are fulfilled. Since this inception, many replication studies have examined this effect within various contexts and settings—e.g., schools, government, and military. Studies of the Pygmalion effect have identified that a key mechanism through which leaders' expectations influence their followers is by raising the followers’ self-expectations, confidence, or self-efficacy....   [tags: essays research papers] 496 words
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George Frederic Handel - George Frederic Handel was one of the greatest composers to ever live. While this may seem like a very bold statement, it can be supported up by the monumental accomplishments achieved by Handel during his lifetime. Along with being a musical genius, Handel was also one of the greatest composers of the baroque era. Handel never gave up his dream of becoming a world class musician, even though his father wanted him to become a lawyer. The operas and oratorios Handel created are still some of the greatest ever made, and his creativeness and speed is unmatched even today....   [tags: Musician, Biography]
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Miguel de Cervantes - The Renaissance was a time of rebirth of learning. The Renaissance was about 300 years long ranging from about 1300 to 1600. The Renaissance started in the Italian cities and spread to France and the German States, Holland and England. There were many artists during this time period. One excellent and well-known artist is Miguel de Cervantes.Miguel de Cervantes was born in Alcala de Henares which is near Madrid in 1547. The date of his birth is not known for sure but people believe he was born on September 29....   [tags: essays research papers] 578 words
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George Frederick Handel - German-English composer, George Frederick Handel, is one of the greatest composers of the Baroque period if not of all time. His work, Messiah, is one of the most famous and beloved works of music in the world. During his career in music, Handel composed Italian cantatas, oratorios (like Messiah), Latin Church Music, and several operas. Handel moved around from country to country writing, composing, and producing music for royalty such as Queen Anne and George of Hanover. In his life, Handel mastered several instruments including the violin and the harpsichord....   [tags: essays research papers] 631 words
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Miguel Cervantes - Miguel Cervantes Miguel Cervantes and William Shakespeare, two authors at the pinnacle of the cultural rebirth of Europe during the 1500s, ironically died on the same date (this fact is a bit confused by the distinction between the Julian and Gregorian calendar. Indeed they both died on the date of April 23, 1616, but England had not converted to the Gregorian Calendar, so they did not die on the same day, but they did on the same date, as Spain's Julian calendar correlated Cervantes' death to Shakepseare's)....   [tags: Biography Artist Writer ] 1557 words
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Coleridge and the Relation in-between Poet and Critic - Introduction Is it possible, fruitful, or confusing to view Coleridge's aesthetic ideas as fragments (parts) toward the composition of a kind of larger theoretical poem (whole). In other words, can one use Coleridge's art criticism to comment upon his practice as a theorist. Are his aesthetic ideas applicable to his practice as a critic of the practice of poetic composition. Is it possible that some leverage could be obtained by torquing Coleridge's theoretical statements about poetry in particular and art in general to comment on his own compositional practice as a critic....   [tags: Theorists Theology Essays]
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The Analysis of the Transformation of Eliza - The play "Pygmalion" describes the process of the transformation of Eliza, who appears in three images in the story: Eliza begins as a flower girl, then she transforms into a lady with noble accent and in good manners, then an independent woman with self-respect and dignity. By naming his drama "Pygmalion," Shaw reminds people of the ancient Pygmalion Myth. Pygmalion, a sculptor, makes a beautiful statue and falls in love with his own creation. He prays that life may be granted to it. The gods give him his wish....   [tags: American Literature] 892 words
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Themes of George Bernard Shaw's Play Pygmalion - Themes of George Bernard Shaw's Play Pygmalion Pygmalion and My Fair Lady are a modern parallel of the story of Pygmalion, legendary sculptor and King of Cyprus, who fell in love with his own statue of Aphrodite. At his prayer, Aphrodite brought the statue to life as Galatea. George Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion is the story of Henry Higgins, a master phonetician, and his mischievous plot to pass a common flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, off as a duchess at the Embassy Ball. In order to achieve his goal, Higgins must teach Eliza how to speak properly and how to act in upper-class society....   [tags: Papers] 1140 words
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The Baroque in Italy and Spain - The Baroque in Italy and Spain The period called “Baroque” cannot easily be classified. The work that distinguishes this period is stylistically complex and even contradictory. While Baroque was born in Rome during the final years of the sixteenth century, it was not specifically Italian. Nor was it confined to religious art. While Baroque did have ties to the Counter-Reformation, it quickly entered the Protestant North where it was applied primarily to secular subjects. It would also be difficult to claim that Baroque is “the style of absolutism,” because Baroque flourished in the bourgeois Holland no less than in the absolutist monarchies....   [tags: Essays Papers] 1261 words
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Miguel Cervantes - Born in Alcalá de Henares, Spain, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra grew throughout his lifetime to become an accomplished and well-known author in the sixteenth century. While little is known about his early life, Cervantes’ joined the Spanish Armada at a young age. His service to Spain upheld his idea of taking risks for honor and liberty, and he portrayed this concept through many of his works, one of which being The Adventures of Don Quixote. During his time in the Spanish Armada, he fought chivalrously in the Battle of Lepanto and received a gunshot wound to his left hand, rendering it useless....   [tags: Literature]
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