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Comparing The Cask of Amontillado and The Interlopers - Comparing The Cask of Amontillado and The Interlopers   Literary devices are tools used by the author to help the reader understand a given literary work. Writers use different literary devices depending on their style and what they wish their reader to get out of their work. One important literary device that is essential for a successful literary work is theme. Theme is the general insight into life that the author shares with the reader. There are a number of different methods from which an author can choose to present his/her theme....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 619 words
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Comparing Interlopers at the Knap and Turned - Comparing Interlopers at the Knap and Turned The two stories seem to be quite different at first. "Turned" starts with the sobbing of two women for two completely different conditions. One is rich and the other is poor. While "Interlopers at the Knap" starts with the journey of a young man with his two companions to the Knap where a marriage is going to take place. So the start is quite opposite. One is sad and the other is pleasant. But as we go through the story more further the two stories seem to be sharing many themes....   [tags: Papers] 1430 words
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Saki'’s The Interlopers, Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front, and Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men - A Light at the End of the Tunnel The three powerful stories including Saki’s “The Interlopers”, Erich Maria Remarque’s, All Quiet on the Western Front, and John Steinbeck’s, Of Mice and Men, portray the impact that friendship and companionship, or the absence of it, can have. Hector Hugh Munro, better known as Saki, was born in Burma while it was under the control of the British Empire. Near the beginning of World War I, Munro was enlisted into the 2nd King Edward’s Horse as a trooper at the age of 43....   [tags: three powerful stories] 4211 words
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Saki's The Interlopers vs. Callaghan's All the Years of Her Life - Saki's "The Interlopers" vs. Callaghan's "All the Years of Her Life" In the story The Interlopers, Saki writes about two families that have been feuding for generations. He writes about how "interlopers" stop them from rivaling, and eventually bring the two of them to be friends only minutes before they are eaten by wolves. He does this by using dramatic irony. Through the character's words he tells us what the two will do when they get back to town now that they are friends....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 698 words
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What is an Interloper? - ... Exploration of the Caribbean by the French, English and Dutch was strongly antagonised and countered by armed Spanish vessels at one point in time. (Beckles, H. Shepherd, V. 2004). This Contraband trade weakened the Spanish monopoly. The Interlopers illegally traded slaves, textiles, wine provisions and many other goods for merchandises produced within the Spanish colonies, for example precious metals such as gold and silver, as well as tobacco, hides and of course sugar. (Beckles, H. Shepherd, V....   [tags: intrudes, permission] 613 words
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interlopers - In a forest of mixed growth somewhere on the eastern spurs of the Karpathians, a man stood one winter night watching and listening, as though he waited for some beast of the woods to come within the range of his vision, and, later, of his rifle. But the game for whose presence he kept so keen an outlook was none that figured in the sportsman's calendar as lawful and proper for the chase; Ulrich von Gradwitz patrolled the dark forest in quest of a human enemy. The forest lands of Gradwitz were of wide extent and well stocked with game; the narrow strip of precipitous woodland that lay on its outskirt was not remarkable for the game it harboured or the shooting it afforded, but it was the mos...   [tags: essays research papers] 2147 words
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The Story of The British East India Company - With many posts in Eastern India, the British were able to purchase and trade goods that would otherwise not be available, such as teas, opium, silks and porcelain. Before Governmental control, The British East India Company was able to strive economically as well as in the military. In the following pages I hope to explain how this trade company flourished between the 1600-1800 and the impact that the British government had on the abolishment of the Company. The British East India Company was a trade movement starting in 1600 by Queen Elizabeth the I....   [tags: British Empire, history of colonialism]
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Environmental Conflicts In Literature - Conflicts are a very prominent element in literature. If you were to look up the dictionary definition of “conflict”, you would find that it is a “struggle, controversy, or fight.” Conflicts can take many forms, and each has its own place in literature. Environmental conflicts are certainly one of the more recognized and appreciated types of conflicts. They are easy to identify, understand, and analyze. An environment can be described as one’s surroundings, so logically, an environmental conflict is a conflict with one’s surroundings....   [tags: essays research papers] 449 words
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On the Origin of Darwin and the Institution of Slavery - In his book, On the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin examines the correlation and progression of the evolution of plants and animals in the Galapagos Islands, and he applied his theories across many disciplines. Darwin's book introduces the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through the progression of natural selection, the process in which more desirable traits which help an organism survive are transmitted to subsequent generations. He compiled evidence from his voyage aboard the HMS Beagle in the 1830’s, wrote about his conclusions which involved a compilation of his writings from his travels, collection of data, and analysis of the results....   [tags: Evolution, Natural Seleccion] 2637 words
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Everything You Need to Know about Stars - ... They both have radiance class V. The main distinction is how huge each one star is. Our sun is an easier fundamental arrangement star. The hydrogen in a normal star, in the same way as the sun, smolders for about ten billion years. Upper Main Sequence stars are the most twinkling and brightest of all Main Sequence stars. They fume hydrogen by utilizing the CNO Cycle, where carbon is melded with hydrogen to get nitrogen, and helium. Easier Main Sequence stars utilize the Proton-Proton Chain, where hydrogen is intertwined to structure helium....   [tags: clestial bodies, astronomy] 1222 words
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Penetrating the Darkness of the Congo - Over ten million Africans were killed in the Congo during the European imperialism invasion that in 1850. In Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad uses the setting to show the detrimental effects of European imperialism has on the mind, Africa, and those who would became intricate pawns in the capitalist greed of European companies. During the book Africa can be seen as a character that is fighting against the invaders. While the characters in the book stay in Africa they find that their psyche becomes severely damaged....   [tags: Heart of Darknes by Joseph Conrad] 874 words
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Literary Analysis of Various Stories - The Woodlanders is a story with a complicated plot. George Melbury, a timber-merchant of Little Hintock, the place where the events take place, decides to marry his daughter Grace to Giles Winterborne, an honest woodsman and the son of an old friend. For Giles, Grace is his childhood sweetheart and the ever object of his affection despite himself being loved by Marty South. However, When Mr. Melbury considers the educational status of his daughter, he changes his mind concerning marrying her to Giles....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 1494 words
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Dharma in Service to Vinaya - ... Initially, it was Vinaya and not Dharma that Ashoka embraced. Ashoka was militarily adept (a prime reason why he was regarded by his father’s advisors as the best candidate for accession to the throne) and showed little compunction in utilizing cruelty in expanding the Mauryan Empire. Most infamously, Ashoka created the torture compound disguised as a palace that would come to be known as “Ashoka’s Hell”. In his translation of the Aśokāvadāna, John S. Strong suggests that the construction of Ashoka’s torture chamber was actually inspired by Buddhist doctrine and Ashoka’s desire to replicate the hell of the Bala Pandita Sutra....   [tags: comparative relgion, Indian culture and beliefs]
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Comparison of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain - Comparison of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn were both characters created by Mark Twain. Tom Sawyer is the main character in the book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn is the main character in the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer were alike in many ways but they were also very different. One way in which Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer are alike is that they are both very brave....   [tags: Mark Twain Literature Tom Sawyer Essays] 651 words
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Why United States Withdrew Its Forces From Vietnam in 1973 - Why United States Withdrew Its Forces From Vietnam in 1973 In this essay I will explain why the United Stateswithdrew its forces from Vietnamand explain the main long term and short term factors that influenced the decision to withdraw its forces and cease all military operations in Vietnam. Vietnam was a French colony before World War Two but due to their defeat at the hands of Hitler it was issued to the Japanese, who where part of the axis partnership. The Japanese ill-treated the Vietnamese and used them as slaves in the war effort....   [tags: Papers] 1272 words
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Ingerno 8: The passage Across The Styx - Ingerno 8: The passage Across The Styx In the summer of 1373 the Florentine Commune commissioned Giovanni Boccaccio to deliver a series of public lectures on Dante's Divine Comedy, and these readings and commentaries on individual cantos which were presented in the church of Santo Stefano di Badia between October 1373 and April 1374 are the first in a tradition which continues vigorously in many parts of the world in our own day.1 We do not know exactly when Boccaccio gave his lectures on the eighth canto of the Inferno, but in retrospect we may note that they fall roughly at the midpoint of his series, which was regrettably interrupted at the beginning of canto 17....   [tags: Dante Divine Comedy]
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Summary and Analysis of The Franklin's Tale - Summary and Analysis of The Franklin's Tale (The Canterbury Tales) Prologue to the Franklin's Tale: The Franklin praises the Squire for his eloquence, considering his youth. He tells the Squire that he has no peer among the company and that he wishes that his own son were as commendable as the Squire. The Host suggests that the Franklin tell the next tale. The Franklin begins by apologizing in advance for his rough speech and lack of education. The Franklin's Tale: The Franklin's Tale begins with the courtship of the Breton knight Arviragus and Dorigen, who come to be married happily....   [tags: Canterbury Tales The Franklin's Tale Essays] 1173 words
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Truth of the Myths of Nature - Truth of the Myths of Nature The term "nature myths" designates narratives presenting what-is as intelligible in terms of value and meaning. Such narratives function to motivate ecological activism by articulating such presuppositions as the conviction that what we do matters, destruction of nature is intrinsically wrong, and the possibility of nondestructive human beings. However, such narratives motivate only if they are regarded in some sense as true. The question is, in what sense. Not in an objectivist sense (e.g....   [tags: Philosophy Nature Papers] 3925 words
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Cultural Diversity in The Tempest - Cultural Diversity in The Tempest        If we look at Shakespeare's atypically short play The Tempest, the character of Caliban represents a "noble savage" who is enslaved, exploited, and endowed with low-self esteem due to the ethnocentric views of those who encounter him.  In much the same way as the British originally exploited the Hindus or Americans exploited Native Americans, Caliban is considered the "property" of those who encounter him, solely because he is not of the same heritage, customs, and manners of his oppressors.    The ostracism and exploitation of Caliban because he is perceived as a brutish animal compared to "civilized" folks is in keeping with the theme and in...   [tags: Tempest essays]
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The Concept of Moral Panics - The Concept of Moral Panics A moral panic is said to occur when the media mobilises public opinion around the condemnation of deviance ("Media coverage of deviance: moral panics", lecture handout, 07-10-02). Deviance, in this context, refers to the violation of social norms and values, and the subsequent disruption of social order. This essay will begin with a clarification of the terms 'moral panic' and 'deviance' and outline how the two concepts are related....   [tags: Papers] 1878 words
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Masters of Disguise - Finding good day care can certainly pose a problem these days, unless, of course, you're an African widow bird. When it comes time for a female widow bird to lay her eggs, she simply locates the nest of a nearby Estrildid finch and surreptitiously drops the eggs inside. That's the last the widow bird ever sees of her offspring. But not to worry, because the Estrildid finch will take devoted care of the abandoned birds as if they were her own. And who's to tell the difference. Though adult widow birds and Estrildid finches don't look at all alike, their eggs do....   [tags: essays research papers] 1434 words
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Humanitarian Intervention and the UN and NATO - In this world conflict and crisis are constant occurrences within and among nations. With the variety of cultural differences, it is common for disagreements to start out as just small arguments and soon becoming wars. When something happens in a country and it starts to get out of control, attention from those who can help is needed. Ideas such as the UN and NATO have been in existence to attempt to help resolve conflicts and crises. It is also a way to unite countries by making stronger alliances and helping to support and protect each other....   [tags: Security, Countries, Safety, Politics]
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Nationalist Movements of the Middle East and South Asia after WW1 - The years after World War One brought about vast changes to many parts of the world. Places like South Asia and the Middle East were able to see the need for self government away from foreign control. This sparked a number of nationalist movements during the 1920’s and 1930’s. The Middle East had to Westernize to rid foreign control while India had to be united under non-violence and Hindu values. Before WW1, the Middle East was dominated by outside powers. Egypt was under British control and Persia was divided in to Russian and British spheres of influence....   [tags: world war I, world history]
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Why did Fanon Argue for a Violent Struggle Against Colonialism? - In the second half of the twentieth century, started a process of decolonization, first in Asia and then in Africa. In 1949, India was one of the first country to gain its independence, followed by Burma, Malaysia, and Ceylon. In Africa the decolonization started a few years later, first in Libya and Egypt, and in the rest of the continent afterwards. The main colonists were the Great Britain and France. The history has shown that Great Britain succeeded to decolonize generally in peace while France had much more problems to give up its colonies, which led to numerous conflicts opposing the colonists and the colonized....   [tags: frantz fanon, colonialism, decolonization]
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The True Forrest Gump: The Book vs. the Movie - “Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you’re going to get” (Hanks). Many times when books are changed into movies they are done incorrectly. Forrest Gump is one of these examples. Forrest Gump, the novel, was written in 1986 by the author Winston Groom. The movie Forrest Gump was created by Paramount Pictures in 1994. Tom Hanks stars as the main character Forrest Gump. The movie portrayed Forrest Gump in a different way and as sometimes more innocent than his character in the book....   [tags: Winston Groom, Tom Hanks]
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Passion in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter - “Love and hate are two sides of the same coin” (anonymous). While these emotions are thought of as positive and negative respectively, they are really just different forms of passion. Passion drives everyone to make decisions in their life, and love and hate are the most common forms of passion. Everyone experiences love and hate and is prisoner to the reactions that these elicit from them. Emotions simply happen, and while they can be hidden or covered up, they cannot be consciously changed by the victim....   [tags: Literary Emotion, Character Analysis]
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Crisis For Animals in Today's World - There is arguably a crisis for animals in today’s world; habitats and ecosystems are destroyed, and animals endure some arguably dicey conditions in our industrial agribusiness complex. But what, really, is the wrong we are committing. What is the nature of our relationship with animals. Have we created a tyrannical regime over them, oppressing them and denying them their rights. Or have we simply failed in our duty as beneficiary caretakers of our Earthly companions. Tom Regan would have us believe that, due to their inherent value, animals have rights that preclude our ability to “use them to our own ends”....   [tags: Environment] 1848 words
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Analysis of an Upgraded Shopping Center - Surrounded by well established residential streets and new executive developments, the Locks Heath Shopping Village offers the essential services: post office, library, hairdresser, dentist etc., plus a range of independent shops, restaurants and a Cooperative Supermarket, about to undergo a transformation into Waitrose. There has also been a name change, from the Locks Heath Centre to The Locks Heath Shopping Village (LHSV), free Wi-Fi, is available, the new owners intention appears to be one of improvement....   [tags: Retail Marketing] 685 words
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Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte - In “Wuthering Heights” Emily Bronte vividly present the main character, Heathcliff, as misanthropist after he suffers abuse, degradation, and loses his beloved Catherine. Heathcliff, a black, orphan gipsy child, is brought to live in upper-class society by Mr. Earnshaw’s generosity. Heathcliff is an outcast in his new society. Thus, Heathcliff’s temperament is depicted in “Wuthering Heights” as cruel, abusive, and vindictive against those who humiliated and not accepted him in society. Heathcliff is brought to live in Withering Heights by Mr....   [tags: healthcliff, catherine, god]
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Water for Elephants Book Review - Do you really think that the book you have been reading is tremendous. The novel Water for Elephants by the award winning author Sara Gruen, is an exciting entrancing bestseller. The novel and the author received several awards that include: the 2007 Book Sense Book of the Year Award, the Book Browse Diamond Award for Most Popular book and the Friends of American Literature Adult Fiction Award. The novelist used point of view, used setting and used the following theme: in order to live a fulfilling life, individuals must take advantage of risky opportunities, even if the consequences are challenging which proves that it’s a wonderful book....   [tags: sara guren, american literature, bestseller]
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Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte - ... “Mrs. Earnshaw was ready to fling it out of doors.” Mrs. Earnshaw is judging the child based on how it looks, as well as how it behaves in the first few seconds she met him. Due to this impression, everyone in the Earnshaw household treats him differently due to his lower class-ranking. As Heathcliff is an outsider in the family, though he is favored by Mr. Earnshaw, he is still distrusted and scorned by all of the other members, and their neighbors. “[Mr. Earnshaw] lets her grow up in absolute heathenism.” The Lintons, who are a higher middle class family, treat Heathcliff as a “heathen” due to his lower class status....   [tags: novels from the Romantic era] 995 words
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Minding Other People's Business in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen - Minding Other People's Business in Pride and Prejudice       In her novel, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen prominently presents interference in many guises. In fact, meddling is the dominant action that propels the plot. Incidents of meddling starkly portray many of the social and economic realities in Austen's world, realities quite different from our own. Yet, in portraying motivations from the selfish to the altruistic, Austen also uses interference as a litmus test of the intelligence and integrity of her characters - qualities valued equally in her time and our own....   [tags: Pride Prejudice Essays]
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The Different Places Jane Lived in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - In the novel Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte, Jane lives in Three different places which greatly affect her life. The first place Jane stays is Gateshead Hall. She then goes to live at Lowood School. From Lowood Jane proceeds on to Thornfield Hall. The first place Jane stays is Gateshead Hall. While at Gateshead, Jane is treated unfairly and is punished for things she did not do. After the death of Jane's parents, her uncle, Mr. Reed brought Jane into his house. On her uncle's deathbed Mrs....   [tags: English Literature] 707 words
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Nature as 'An Agent for Evil' in Thomas Hardy's 'The Woodlanders' - In his book Fatalism in the Works of Thomas Hardy, Albert Elliot defines nature as `a conscious agent, usually for evil' as manifested in many of Hardy's novels (Elliot 85). This is no more intensely so than in The Woodlanders. As in so many of Hardy's works, the novel illustrates the struggle between nature and the endeavors of man - so much so that it at times seems that nature is a force at work in direct opposition to the happiness of the men and women that people the novel. In The Woodlanders, it is not so much the characters who control their own destinies and subsequent happiness, but the greater forces at work in the universe, which in The Woodlanders, manifest specifically as nature...   [tags: European Literature] 2458 words
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The Besieged Lieutenant in Othello - In William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello, the audience finds a victim who is beset by Iago more than once, but who recovers in both cases – Cassio. He is the sole survivor among the main characters. In his book of literary criticism, Shakespearean Tragedy, A. C. Bradley rejects the ancient’s accusation that Cassio is an inexperienced soldier: That Cassio, again, was an interloper and a mere closet-student without experience of war is incredible, considering first that Othello chose him for lieutenant, and secondly that the Senate appointed him to succeed Othello in command at Cyprus; and we have direct evidence that part of Iago’s statement is a lie, for Desdemona happens to mention that C...   [tags: Othello essays]
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Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights - What usually comes to mind when one thinks of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. Most will visualize tortured lovers against the extraordinary moors. Perhaps one will even recall the scene of one lover, Heathcliff, opening the grave of his Catherine to dig a space where they can be joined eternally. Yet another equally powerful emotion appears throughout the novel as an antithesis to love, that of revenge. Revenge first forms the basis of the actions of Hindley, the Earnshaw son, toward Heathcliff....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Ethnography Reflection - 1. Raybeck used most of the techniques on page 71 in Thinking Like an Anthropologist. He established key informants including Yusof and Mat, administered oral surveys to prostitutes, collected kin relations, and mapped the community. He also participated in the night guard (jaga) to learn the layout of the community, get to know his fellow villagers, and perform his civic duty. (26, 54-55, 62, 112) 2. Raybeck incorporated life histories and case studies as well as the semantic differential, a psycholinguistic instrument to quantitative analyze the connotations of concepts....   [tags: Anthropology]
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