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Love and Lust in Most Like an Arch, When You Are Old and Other Poems - Love and Lust in Most Like an Arch, When You Are Old and Other Poems I have chosen to compare and contrast three "love" poems with three "lust" poems from our text, An Introduction to Poetry (9th edition, Kennedy and Gioia, Longman Publishing). I feel that poems about true love often incorporate themes of duration, unity and longevity; all lasting sentiments. Conversely, poems of a lusty nature convey the sentiment that the feeling is transitory, and must be pounced on immediately (before we get a chance to think about it too much)....   [tags: Most Arch When Old] 1015 words
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Development of the Proscenium Arch - Where did the proscenium arch stage come from. Ultimately, it came to be during the renaissance, when the attempt to create an illusion of reality or verisimilitude was on the rise. Design and architecture combined to radically alter the relationship between the stage and the auditorium and with the help of ancient roman examples to build upon, the stage developed significantly. The stage relocated indoors at this time, techniques were discovered for creating perspective sets and the evolution of changeable scenery occurred during the renaissance....   [tags: Theater ]
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Shakespeare's As You Like It - Importance of the Secondary Characters - As You Like It:  The Importance of the Secondary Characters       As You Like It, by William Shakespeare, is a radiant blend of fantasy, romance, wit and humor. In this delightful romp, Rosalind stands out as the most robust, multidimensional and lovable character, so much so that she tends to overshadow the other characters in an audience's memory, making them seem, by comparison, just "stock dramatic types". Yet, As You Like It is not a stock romance that just happens to have Shakespeare's greatest female role....   [tags: Shakespeare As You Like It Essays] 1543 words
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The male characters in The Arch Deceiver - Compare the male characters in Tony Kytes the arch deceiver and Spiv in love consider their personalities and their relationships with the women in the stories. Refer to social, cultural and historical contexts of the stories. The sory of Tony Kytes arch deceiver was written by the author Thomas Hardy who was born in 1840 meaning that this piece of writing is old and aged and some of the language used can be linked with the timing and nature of the author himself. The story is set in rural Dorset and this fact can be backed up with the language that is used with the Dorset dialect being highly prominent....   [tags: English Literature] 1209 words
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Analysis of Tony the Arch-Deceiver - Analysis of Tony the Arch-Deceiver My opinion is, I don't think Tony is a player because when reading the story at first everyone assumes he is going to ask Milly for her hand in marrage.Reading on we discover he doesn't yet know who he prefers. However, I feel he is quite cheeky when he convinces two girls to hide in his cart and talks to all saying he likes them because that is very deceiving and could confuse all three when his final choice is made. This could convince the reader he is the arch-deceiver, we are lead to believe he is....   [tags: Papers] 406 words
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Colosseum, Arch of Titus, Basilica of Constantine, Palace of Docletian - ... The Romans also added a type of decorative stage building which had incorporated many different levels of columns, and statues found in a particular theater at Orange 27 BCE - 14 CE Another example of where these architecture influences would be found are from many of the libraries built as well. Theatres also portray the Roman-esque style of closed off spaces. Even though the fine details of all of these various structures made of stone and brick are very beautiful, most of the walls were pretty much covered with white plaster inside and out for protection against any environmental damage....   [tags: Roman architecture] 1342 words
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The Unexpected and Tony Kites Arch Deceiver - Compare And Contrast The Unexpected and Tony Kites Arch Deceiver Both these short stories are similar because the time they were written at (19th Century) but different in tone. The narrative "The Unexpected" has a more serious manner to it because of the way women were treated at the time. At the time, women were not allowed to vote, women did not have important jobs in their society and did not have equal rights. Women were mostly dependant on men. Women married men to gain power in society but most of all money....   [tags: English Literature] 655 words
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Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking - Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU After reading the book, Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU by Chris Allen, Alisa Dixson, Jennifer Durham, Shelley Katzer, Max Kenkel, Teri Kramer, Toby Malavong, and Courtney Weller, I realized that drinking on our BVU campus is a problem. I think that this is a problem on almost all college campuses though. This same group of students could go to almost any campus in the nation and find the same facts I believe. I did however, have some problems with the facts in the story....   [tags: Alcoholism Drinking Essays] 1008 words
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Day of the Dead: The Importance of the Altars - After the cheerful communal festivities done in the cemetery, the family returns home to conduct another set of festivals and rituals. The Altar, which is the most important leading tradition of Dia de los Muertos is the assembled. In Oaxaca the families are quite careful to distinguish between the altar and the ofrenda which to them are two very distinct things. The altar is the structure that holds the offrends. But almost like a monument, the whole altar becomes the center table in which family member coming from all over the world will once again reunite at and commemorate those who passed away....   [tags: altars, arch, flowers, food] 1917 words
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Autobiographical Work from the 1970s - Peacocks Late summer sunshine warms the busy footpath with its afternoon glow. Sparkling sandstone lights shimmer on the slabs, giving the impression that London's streets are paved with gold. Multilingual chatter fills the air, as people pass on their way to the theatres and nightlife of Leicester Square; parading their finest 1970's, West End fashion. The young men like strutting peacocks; as they exhibit their mating attire of coiffured hair, body hugging shirts, flared trousers and platform boots....   [tags: peacocks, arch, club, meeting] 1946 words
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Review of Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU - Review of Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU Behind the Arch: The Truth About Drinking at BVU, by Chris Allen, Alisa Dixson, Jennifer Durham, Shelley Katzer, Max Kenkel, Teri Kramer, Toby Malavong, and Courtney Weller, is a book about drinking at Buena Vista University. It was written because the University of Illinois did a survey on colleges around the county about their drinking habits. When some BVU students read it, some did not think it was accurate, so, they did their own research and got some of their own statistics....   [tags: College Drinking Essays] 825 words
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The Physics of Bridges - ... The further the supports become due to the stretching of the bridge, the weaker the beam bridge becomes, so they only span to approximately 76.2 meters on average. Therefore, this type of bridge must be able to resist twisting and bending when a heavy load is on it. Reinforced concrete and steel beams are most commonly used to make these bridges. The reinforced concrete which is strong in compression is combined with the steel beams, which strengthen the concrete in tension. These bridges can hold anything from people to cars; despite their simplicity, they can still be useful and inexpensive to build....   [tags: beam, truss, arch, suspension] 535 words
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The Clifton Suspension Bridge - ... It’s been the venue for significant cultural events like the first modern bungee jump in 1979, the last Concorde flight in 2003 and a handover for the Olympic Torch relay in 2012. This bridge has made a rather small city in England notable because of its long lasting structure. The bridge towers are not identical in design. The Clifton tower has sides cut-outs, the Leigh tower has more pointed arches. The 25metre tall Leigh Woods tower stands on top a 34 metre red sandstone-clad abutment. In 2002 it was people found out that the tower was not a solid as it could but it did contain 12 vaulted chambers up to 11 metres high, linked by only shafts and tunnels....   [tags: bristol, england, arch bridge] 693 words
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How much sympathy do you have for the woman in Tony Kytes arch - How much sympathy do you have for the woman in Tony Kytes arch deceiver’ and Tickets please . In this essay I am going to argue about how much sympathy I have for woman in the 2 stories that I have studied. The two stories I have studied are ‘Tony Kytes arch-deceiver’ and ‘Tickets please’. "Tony Kytes: arch deceiver" was set at the end of the nineteenth century in a rural community which seems unaffected by the Industrial Revolution, remaining traditional in both the way of life and the attitudes of the people....   [tags: English Literature] 1956 words
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Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at Buena Vista University - Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at Buena Vista University Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at Buena Vista University, is book with written stories and events relating to drinking on the campus of Buena Vista University (BVU). Behind the Arch is published by the English 300 class of 2001, including students Chris Allen, Alisa Dixson, Jennifer Durham, Shelley Katzer, Max Kenkel, Teri Kramer, Toby Malavong, and Courtney Weller. Many questions came up about the alcohol use among the BVU students and community....   [tags: Journalism Alcohol Drinking College Essays]
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Guinea Pigs are Treated Like Royalty - Planet Earth is filled with many species, including the one that we call the “Animal” species. This is filled with many subspecies. Some subspecies are loved, such as cats, dogs, and hamsters, which we human species keep as pets. Other subspecies, such as spiders, mosquitos, and snakes, on the other hand, are not so loved, and they even strike fear into people. Animals come in all shapes and sizes. Earth has tall and skinny animals called giraffes, and it also has short and fat animals called pigs....   [tags: animals, species, rodents] 617 words
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Financial Market: Volatility Models - ... This project is organized as follows; sections 2 to 5 are a simple summary of the key references that I have received. Section 6 includes some personal comments about the overall literature studied and finally, Section 7 is a briefly conclusion of the topic. 2. A Forecast Comparison Of Volatility Models: Does Anything Beat A GARCH (1,1). In this paper, they wanted to know if some sophisticated volatility models work much better than the naive GARCH (1,1) when trying to capture the conditional variance, therefore they propose 330 GARCH-type models in order make a ranking of which ones perform better....   [tags: ARCH model, market prices, chapter analysis] 1800 words
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Women in Thomas Hardy's Tony Kytes The Arch Deceiver and D.H Lawrence's Tickets Please - Explore the Presentation of women in Thomas Hardy's Tony Kytes - the arch deceiver and D.H Lawrence's Tickets Please At the beginning of "Tony Kytes - the arch deceiver" ,by Thomas Hardy, we first meet the character of Tony Kytes. Hardy uses a full character description to build up a mental image of Tony Kytes before we hear of the story. In contrast to this, the story "Tickets Please" by D. H Lawrence begins with a setting description. The two stories have many similar characteristics. Although they were written with 25 years difference in them, there are many things which are the same....   [tags: English Literature] 1640 words
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The Way the Male Characters are Presented in Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver and Alison Ashworth by Nick Hornby - The Way the Male Characters are Presented in Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver and Alison Ashworth by Nick Hornby The two stories 'Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver' and 'Alison Ashworth', are both about a male character who is easily persuaded by the opposite gender into marriage or a relationship. In the two stories, both the male characters seem to have the females making their decisions for them, but the setting of the two stories seem to have great affect on the characters and how they react, because 'Tony Kytes' is written in 1895 and 'Alison Ashworth' is written in 1995, therefore each writer would have a different interpretation on the way they see life....   [tags: Papers] 967 words
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Relationships Between Men and Women in Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dahl, Catbird Seat by James Thurber and Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver by Thomas H - Relationships Between Men and Women in Lamb to the Slaughter by Roald Dahl, Catbird Seat by James Thurber and Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy The short stories Lamb to the slaughter- Roald Dahl (1954), Catbird Seat- James Thurber (1945) and Tony Kytes, the Arch-Deceiver- Thomas Hardy (1894) show how the relationship between men and women can be complicated. In Lamb to the Slaughter the writer has intended to convey a tensional feeling between Mrs Maloney and Mr Maloney because Mr Maloney has something different to do from his occasional routine, he is scared, tired and probably feels sympathy for Mrs Maloney according to his harsh decision....   [tags: Papers] 4745 words
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Frankenstein: The Impact of God-like Sciences Stemming from Modern Technology - Frankenstein: The Impact of God-like Sciences Stemming from Modern Technology In Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein’s life story is the heart of the tale. As a young Swiss boy, he grew up in Geneva reading the works of the ancient and outdated alchemists, a background that serves him ill when he attends university at Ingolstadt. There he learns about modern science and, within a few years, masters all that his professors have to teach him. He becomes fascinated with the “secret of life,” discovers it, and brings a hideous monster into the world....   [tags: essays research papers] 1307 words
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Tony Kytes' the Arch Deceiver and Spiv in Love - Tony Kytes' the Arch Deceiver and Spiv in Love The Arch Deceiver is set in the 1980's as well as Spiv in love. During the 1980's men had all power, control and respect. Men controlled the world and women. In these times women relied on men for survival. But later on in the century women became more independent and worked and could live for themselves without having to lean on the shoulder of a man, due to this they also earned more respect from men. It was also harder for men to win women's hearts, as women didn't feel it was a must to be committed to someone....   [tags: Arch deceiver Spiv Essays Kytes] 1549 words
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Most Don't Like It Hot - Global warming is one of the most talked about issues within the science community. While, it should also be a serious issue for everyone in the world, it is not. Many people have just shrugged their shoulders and continued their lives not fully understanding what global warming really is, or what it is doing. Our planet is disintegrating more and more each year. Temperatures are rising all over the world; ice that has been there for hundreds of years is starting to melt. The oceans are rising and destroying the once stunning coastal regions....   [tags: Environmental Issues]
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Analysis of Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy - Analysis of Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy The story is about a man who is unsure about how he feels towards his fiancé. The attitude shown towards love by Tony shows that he is uncommitted. Tony is unsure about his feelings for Milly; he is united with his former girlfriends Unity and Hannah. He then confuses himself about who he wants to marry. He does not love the girls for their inner beauty but only for their physical appearance which is not counted as love this is shown by him saying "I never knowed you was so pretty before" ....   [tags: Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver Thomas Hardy Essays] 535 words
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The Most Dangerous Game - "Get ready, General Zaroff," (Connell) states Rainsford as he is about to fight the General. "The Most Dangerous Game" is an adventurous story, written by one of the greatest American Literature authors. The story includes all the works: a detailed setting, an intriguing point of view, an interesting conflict, a protagonist and antagonist, a theme that shines throughout the story, and a mysterious twist at the end. "The Most Dangerous Game" won the O. Henry Memorial Award for short fiction in 1923 and 1924, which is proof that this story is worthy of reading....   [tags: The Most Dangerous Game]
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The Internet is Like a Second Life to Most - ... People today love the experience of being connected with others by hi-tech devices such as cellphones, laptops, tablets and others. We have less and less time to face the environment around reason being we are too busy either text messaging, face booking, checking our emails and other things that involve being online .When I enter my drama class on the first and seat down, I looked around and found every single one of us on our phone, everyone was busy connecting with people away from them rather than starting a conversation with the person right next to them....   [tags: texting, tools, social media] 676 words
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Most of the Nation does not like STAAR - ... Because STAAR results are required to count for 15% of a student’s grade, this single score may impact a student’s Grade Point Average and class rank both bad in college admissions. Colleges and universities admissions offices usually never request a student’s standardized state test scores because they know such tests are not designed to predict academic success, but they do look at class rank and GPAs. The EOC scores in final grades puts students at a disadvantage for college admissions against students from other states or against those from districts that do not convert EOC scores in the same way.http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar99/vol56/num06/Why-Standardiz...   [tags: teachers, students] 895 words
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Richard Connell's The Most Dangerous Game - “Hunting is not a sport, in a sport both sides should know they’re in the game”(Paul Rodriguez)."The Most Dangerous Game," an adventure tale that pits two notorious hunters against one another in a life and death competition, is the story for which Richard Connell is best remembered. First published in 1924, the story has been frequently drawn together as a classic example of a suspenseful narrative loaded with action. Connell's story raises questions about the nature of violence, cruelty and the ethics of hunting for sport....   [tags: The Most Dangerous Game]
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Like Water For Chocolate by Laura Esquivel - Like Water for Chocolate—a novel rich in history, culture, food, and scandal; a breathtaking portrayal of a love affair, of the strength of character of desperate women, and of humbling traditions—captivates both the soul and mind, enchanting its readers by way of causing them to become immersed in its story-line. Prominent among its themes is that of finding an identity—or a lack thereof—which seems to pervade the lives of those most engaged in the process of self evaluation and discovery, and as such Laura Esquivel’s novel is comparable to Haruki Murakami’s The Elephant Vanishes, in which the characters from several stories seem to be in a state of perpetual dislocation and disconnection f...   [tags: Like Water For Chocolate]
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Like Water For Chocolate by Laura Esquivel - The excerpt from Like Water for Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel exposes the uncanny scenario of Rosaura and Pedro’s wedding, and the sudden nostalgia everyone is revealing. The connection of food, and the role of the Mexican revolution is depicted in this excerpt, and the use of intense emotion and sorrow is used to create a dismal atmosphere filled with loss and loneliness. Esquivel uses Tita’s culinary skills and her deep affection towards Pedro as a technique to emphasize the effect it has on the secondary characters in the novel....   [tags: Like Water For Chocolate]
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As You Like It written by William Shakespeare - Actually, this play chronologically set between 1598 and 1600s. This homonymous play published, after Williams Shakespeare’s death, in the First Folio in 1623, with other plays and sonnets written by him. As You Like It characterized as pastoral comedy. According to a definition of what is the pastoral comedy, Pastoral genre is regularly, a pastoral story includes banishes from urban or court life who escapes to the shelter of the wide open, where they frequently cover themselves as shepherds so as to talk with different shepherds on an extent of built subjects, from the relative benefits of life at court versus life in the nation to the relationship between nature and symbolization....   [tags: Shakespeare, pastoral comedy, as you like it]
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The Value of Life in Richard Connell’s, The Most Dangerous Game - Imagine if you went on a vacation with a friend and somehow ended up on a jungle island fighting for your life. That is what happened to Rainsford, the main character in Richard Connell’s thriller, “The Most Dangerous Game.” During this “vacation” Rainsford learned just how valuable a human life is. The value of life is the main theme in this story, but it is also important in the world around us and in my own personal life. In the story, “The Most Dangerous Game,” the value of life is shown multiple times....   [tags: the most dangerous game, connell]
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Exploring the Role of Women in Mexico in Like Water For Chocolate - Like Water For Chocolate by Laura Esquivel explains women’s roles in northern Mexico during the turn of the nineteenth century. The novel takes place in northern Mexico on a family ranch where many family traditions are carried out. Also, the novel describes some of the typical foods that were prepared and fiestas that were celebrated in the Mexican culture around this time. However, the novel mainly focuses on the roles of females in Mexican society at that time. The novel goes beyond explaining women’s roles and also explains what took place in the Mexican family....   [tags: Like Water For Chocolate Essays]
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Analysis of The Most Dangerous Game - Analysis of The Most Dangerous Game   Many people look at themselves in the mirror and say, " I know who I am."  But how many of them have done so after analyzing themselves through a story?  And if they have done that, how many of them were being honest with themselves. A Lacanian analysis can bring out sides of us that we didn't know existed. I found this to be true after reading "The Most Dangerous Game." By looking at the events in the story and the characters that play them out, I found that there is a part of me that has an insatiable curiosity and a love of danger....   [tags: Most Dangerous Game Essays] 785 words
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Analysis of Hills Like White Elephants, by Ernest Hemingway - “Hills Like White Elephants” by Earnest Hemingway is a short story from 1927 that describes a couple drinking at a train station in Spain, and the story is relayed by an outside narrator. The third person narrator in this story gives the reader the events pieced together, told afterward, and translated to English. It is clear throughout the story that the girl (who is never named) does not speak Spanish, while her boyfriend does. When he first orders two beers, he does so in Spanish through stating “Dos cervezas,” which emphasizes that the gentleman is indeed speaking Spanish, but the narrator is translating the affairs for the reader (Hemingway 114)....   [tags: Hills Like White Elephants Essays]
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Hills Like White Elephants, by Ernest Hemingway - ... Though this is what Jig would like, the American man is not ready to commit himself so fully to one person. This dilemma is what causes strife and uncertainty between the two of them. Jig and the American man find themselves at odds about what to do about the abortion. Due to the strained environment, the American man begins to develop a dominating attitude towards Jig. According to Pamela Smiley, author of the article “Gender – Linked Miscommunication,” “Shutting down Jig’s attempts at intimacy with terse phrases and insistence on facts reveals the American’s attempts to control the conversation and, by extension, the relationship” (4)....   [tags: Hills Like White Elephants Essays]
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Hills Like White Elephants, by Ernest Hemingway - Communication is the key to building a strong foundation of trust between a man and woman. In Ernest Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants” we learn about the communication breakdown, between a woman named Jig and her companion who is an American man. They must make a decision that will affect both of their lives, and potentially end their relationship. The setting of the story represents Jig and her relationship with her American companion. “The hills across the valley of the Ebro were long and white....   [tags: Hills Like White Elephants Essays]
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Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway - "Literature is a luxury: Fiction is a necessity" (Chesterton). Literature is a single phenomenon that will always remain in the lives of people throughout the years. According to Andre Maurois, "In literature, as in love, we are astounded by what is chosen by others." Fiction Literature is one of the most fascinating types of Literature. There are many types of Fiction Literature read across the world and with much selection, the greatest are short stories. Out of those, one very memorable short story is called "Hills Like White Elephants"....   [tags: Hills Like White Elephants Essays]
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Hemingway’s Hills Like White Elephants - “My aim is to put down on paper what I see and what I feel in the best and simplest way” (E. Hemingway, Brainy Quote). It is evident that this is why Ernest Hemingway writes the literary pieces he writes. Hemingway proves this by writing his short story, Hills Like White Elephants. Hemingway also quoted, “I never had to choose a subject - my subject rather chose me” (E. Hemingway, QuotesPedia). This also relates to Hemingway composing Hills Like White Elephants along with many of his other works....   [tags: Hills Like White Elephants Essays]
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The Value of Life in The Most Dangerous Game - The Value of Life in The Most Dangerous Game   He is hunched down in the bushes, a .22-caliber pistol in his hand.  His blood-red lips split open in a smile as he watches his prey writhing, blood spouting from the wound, dry green leaves becoming wet crimson.  Then, with a terrible pleasure, he places the gun against the skull of his prey and fires one last round.  The hunter, brimming with sadism, drags his kill behind him, leaving a trail of blood behind on the ground.  Human blood.  This premise of man hunting man is one set up by Richard Connell’s short story The Most Dangerous Game....   [tags: Most Dangerous Game Essays] 1317 words
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The Use of Magical Realism in Laura Esquivel's Like Water for Chocolate - Latin American literature is perhaps best known for its use of magical realism, a literary mode where the fantastical is seamlessly blended with the ordinary, creating a sort of enhanced reality. Though magical realism is practiced by authors from other cultures, the works of authors Salman Rushdie and Toni Morrison, for example, are notable examples of non-Latin works in which magical realism has been used to both great effect and great celebration, it is in the works of Latin American authors where the style has flourished and made its mark on the literary world....   [tags: Like Water For Chocolate] 1041 words
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