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Betrayal - Betrayal 1.Desire It is easy to fall in love with bodies. I Breathe skin, lose time to anticipation and pleasure, hair, lips, thighs; tangled in another person, I am lost in a jungle. Transcendence. Society teaches us to break a body down: we love legs, butts, breasts; we take images and splice them into the form of our perfect desire. Like Pygmalion we are desperate to breathe life into our conception of beauty, our imagination of a perfect creature. Reality is easily redrawn around a body whose presence in a place reorganizes the map of the world....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing] 2962 words
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Betrayal, Religion and Death in "A Worn Path" and "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" - With repeated reading of each story, the similarities between Eudora Welty’s, A Worn Path, and Katherine Anne Porter’s, The Jilting of Granny Weatherall become more apparent. Both stories are about women who differ in race and social status; however, both stories interweave themes of betrayal, religion, death, and the characters personal journeys through life. Phoenix Jackson emerges in "A Worn Path" as a character who possesses extraordinary strength of will. Not only is she an aged, blind, black female who is on a journey through torturous terrain to secure medication for her ill grandson, but she is a symbol of poverty and selflessness, which contrasts the wealth, and self-centeredness of the white society in which she lives....   [tags: Betrayal, Religion, Death, A Worn Path, Jilting of] 690 words
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Betrayal and Love - Betrayal and Love William Shakespeare is a famous writer who wrote many plays. Most people would concur he is the greatest writer of all time. His plays fall under the categories of histories, comedies, and tragedies. Troilus and Cressida is a tragedy, but many would say it is not because Troilus does not die. Instead a noble fighter named Hector dies. Betrayal, love, and love causing betrayal is expressed in Troilus and Cressida when Cressida betrays Troilus by not railing against the Greeks, Troilus falling in love with Cressida, and in a way, Paris betraying the Trojans because he would not give up Helen which made the Trojans continue fighting....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature]
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Betrayal in "The Chrysanthemums" - Betrayal in "The Chrysanthemums" In John Steinbeck's short story," The Chrysanthemums," there is a strong underlining of betrayal. We can see betrayal in three forms throughout the story. First we see Elisa being betrayed by the salesman who plays on her emotions by giving her a sales pitch only to get some work out of her. Then, in result to confiding in the salesman Elisa betrays her husband by opening herself up, and confiding to a complete stranger things which she couldn't reveal to her own husband....   [tags: American Literature] 705 words
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Jerroc's Betrayal - Jerroc's Betrayal In the Star Trek: the Next Generation episode entitled "The Defector," an interesting issue concerning loyalty and credibility is raised. When Admiral Jerroc of the Romulan Empire turns himself over to the Federation in an apparent attempt to save both parties from a potentially catastrophic war, he violates most of the unstated rules of turning against one's comrades to fight for the enemy. His behavior and statements as a prisoner aboard the Enterprise cause Captain Picard to doubt Jerroc's explanation for why he has undertaken such a course of action....   [tags: Star Trek Defector Essays Papers] 1057 words
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Indian Betrayal - Indian Betrayal Looking back at the history of the United States, there are many instances and issues concerning race and ethnicity that shape the social classes that make up the United States today. There are many stories concerning the American Indian that are filled with betrayal, but there is probably none more cruel and shameful as the removal of the Cherokee Indians in 1838. Blood thirsty for money and property, the white settlers would soon use dirty methods to drive the Cherokee out of their home- lands....   [tags: Papers] 1221 words
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Betrayal in "Maus" - During World War II and the Holocaust, there was not only mistrust for the government but there was also plenty of mistrust for prior friends and neighbors. In the graphic novel, “Maus (Volume I and II) Vladek Spiegelman makes it very clear to his son, Artie, that one cannot count on their friends. He makes the point that in time of hardship, friends will abandon you quite quickly. Vladek says, “Friends. Your friends…if you lock them together in a room with no food for a week…then you could see what it is, friends....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Honorable Betrayal - Honorable Betrayal The William Shakespeare play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar tells the story of the assassination of Julius Caesar and the eight conspirators behind it. The play takes place in 44 B.C. in Rome. Marcus Brutus is the protagonist and face-man of the insidious conspiracy. He is also the tragic hero in this classic work of literature. Aristotle’s definition of the tragic hero is a character that has a character flaw, also known as hubris, and experiences a downfall from a high position in society due to this flaw....   [tags: Character Analysis] 1051 words
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Themes Of Betrayal In James Jo - Origins of the Theme of Betrayal in James Joyce's Dubliners Throughout his early years, certain people and events heightened Joyce's awareness of the hopelessly corrupt environment of Ireland that had betrayed so many of its own. The more profound of these enlightening inspirations were the betrayal and downfall of Charles Stewart Parnell, the indifference of Henrik Ibsen towards literary protests, the neglected native artistry of James Clarence Mangan, and Joyce's own role as Prefect. These occurrences provoked Joyce's bitter resentment towards Ireland, initiating the gradual alienation towards his church and homeland....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Betrayal In George Orwell's 1984 - Authors often use their works as a way to express their own opinions and ideologies. However, it is the skill of the author that determines whether these ideas are combined with the plot seamlessly, making a creative transition of ideas from the author’s mind, to the reader’s. There is no doubt that George Orwell is a masterful writer, and one of his most popular works, 1984, clearly expresses his negative views of the Totalitarian government. A common theme in the dystopian society in 1984 is betrayal: The Party is very intolerant towards any form of disloyalty, and anyone who plots against them or Big Brother will eventually either betray their own mind and accept Big Brother as their leader, or be betrayed and revealed to The Party by one of their so-called comrades....   [tags: Literature Analysis]
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Theme Betrayal for “Flowering Judas” - ... Laura betrays Braggioni in letting him believe that she loves his singing and leading him to consider that she is interested in him. By asking Braggioni “Have you a new song for me this evening?” (Porter 1692). But inside of her she feels ill of his singing. Laura wishes she could go out running into the streets “Leaving Braggioni singing to himself” (Porter 1693). Porter states, “She knows what Braggioni would offer her, and she must resist tenaciously without appearing to resist” (1692). Laura does not intend to tell Bragioni to vanish from her life....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Katherine Anne Porter ] 1459 words
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Deceit and Betrayal in Shakespeare's Macbeth - Deceit and Betrayal in Shakespeare's Macbeth Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" is considered one of his great tragedies. The play fully uses plot, character, setting, atmosphere, diction and imagery to create a compelling drama. The general setting of Macbeth is tenth and eleventh century Scotland. The play is about a once loyal and trusted noble of Scotland who, after a meeting with three witches, becomes ambitious and plans the murder of the king. After doing so and claiming the throne, he faces the other nobles of Scotland who try to stop him....   [tags: Macbeth essays] 837 words
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Hamlet Angry and Betrayal - ... This show that he was hurt and felt betrayed by his mother also; Hamlet felt that her mother did not care about his father or his feels about the marriage she was wrapped up in her own world. Hamlet believed at he had nobody to turn to because his mother and uncle betrayed him and has father. Then, after all these emotions that he was feeling he find out that his father was murder. Hamlet friends had come to see Hamlet to tell him about what they saw, and to show him the ghost because they believe that the ghost was his father and the ghost would talk to him....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1541 words
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Death and Betrayal in Poe's Life - Death and Betrayal in Poe's Life Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was born to traveling actors in Boston. He was hit hard with death at a young age as his mother and father both died within two days when Poe was only two years old. The wealthy John Allan and his wife became the legal guardians of young Edgar. When Edgar was fourteen, he met the first woman in his life, Jane Stith Stanard, the inspiration to his poem “To Helen”(1831). However, Mrs. Stanard passed away only a year after Poe first met her....   [tags: Papers] 856 words
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Infidelity, Unfaithfulness, and Modesty in "Betrayal" - Infidelity, unfaithfulness, and modesty outline the surface of the play Betrayal written by Harold Pinter. From afar the relationships between the trio of characters seems normal but; when taking a deeper look, the correlations are noticeably dysfunctional. The three main characters, Emma, Jerry and Robert interact kindly, never seem to interrupt one another, ask innocent questions and do not, generally, inspect over much the answers. They help each other over the occasional awkward moments and talk when necessary....   [tags: Literary Analysis ] 1926 words
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Betrayal between Othello and Desdemonda - In the play, The Tragedy of Othello, judging from the relationship between Desdemona and Othello, seems to say that marriage based on an innocent romantic love is bound to fail. There is a common thread of betrayal and deceit among many characters. Othello and Desdemona being the most vividly portrayed. The two appear to love one another romantically at first, but it soon after transforms into a secular love. This comes to pass because there is no foundation for a relationship. There is no trust, no communication, and no understanding....   [tags: William Shakespeare]
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A True Betrayal Of Nature - In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Victor betrays nature by creating the Monster. It is the responsibility of nature, and not man, to create human beings. Victor has done something unnatural, he has created life after death, "I have created a monster." Victor is soon punished for interfering with nature when his own creation turns against its creator. The monster murders William Frankenstein, Victor's brother; Henry Clerval, Victor's best friend; and Elizabeth Lavenza, Victor's bride....   [tags: essays research papers] 613 words
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The Aesthetics of Passion and Betrayal - The Aesthetics of Passion and Betrayal In The Passion of Joan of Arc, Carl Theodor Dreyer uses the visuality of spatial relationships in each shot with the human face and its ability to convey unspoken emotion in his portrayal of the demise of Joan of Arc. Unlike most film, the message is almost entirely told by just the eyes and expressions of the actors. There is very little reliance upon props and background. The camera angles and close-up shooting accentuate emotions and reactions. The editing style is almost methodic in keeping the emotional pace; it is much like an argument, alternating images of Joan’s tenacity, and the judges’ contempt....   [tags: essays papers]
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Sculpture: The Betrayal and Arrest of Christ - This is an extremely high relief sculpture made of limestone. It is to be viewed from a frontal standpoint. It however does have a potential for movement. There seems to be a great deal going on in such a close space. It is very crowded, but dramatic. The figures are intertwining with each other all at once even though there are different things happening. It reminds me of a play with scenes. You can actually step in to it and feel as though you are a part of what is happening because of all the different directions each individual is facing....   [tags: Visual Arts] 639 words
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The Individual: Betrayal of The True Self - ... American presidents throughout history followed the appeal to majority to win their respective positions. Very few Presidents stepped out of societal expectations and implemented their own thoughts . Individuals, who spoke intellectually, were condemned from society. In this dignifying act, one could see the validity of truth in the Individual. On the contrary, appeal to majority falsifies the nature of the Individualism and George, 2 devalues self-reliance. As philosopher Eric Fromm advocates : “Each person turns into a small-or large-cog in this machine....   [tags: Philosophy]
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Theme Betrayal on “Flowering Judas” - ... Laura fears that if she messes with Braggioni’s pride, knowing how powerful he can be, it can lead him into hurting her. Leon Gottfried states, “In a general sense the revolutionist leader Braggioni is the symbol of all that Laura hates and fears” (143). Porter states, “Braggioni is cruel to every one, for it is dangerous to offend him, and nobody has this courage” (1692). Not only is Laura betraying Braggioni but Braggioni’s wife as well. Laura is committing adultery by leading false judgment on a married man, and she can cause a separation of somebody else’s marriage....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Betrayal in McEwan's Atonement - ... To enter a mind and show it at work, or being worked on, and to do this within a symmetrical design –this would be an artistic triumph.” (200) She uses this template of adjectives to describe how her future self should evolve. Likewise, Cecilia acknowledged her feelings for Robbie, and the encounter in the library symbolizes the changes that occur as one gets older, and that none of the events are by mistake, “Of course, there was nothing abstract about a face…the childhood friends, the university acquaintances, in a state of expansive, tranquil joy, confronted the momentous change they had a achieved....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Deception and Betrayal in William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Deception and Betrayal in William Shakespeare's Macbeth The play ‘Macbeth” written by William Shakespeare” not only shows us how betrayal and deception undermines society but how it restores the moral law and society back to the way it was before the Thane of Cawdor and the tyrant Macbeth brought about the destruction in the first place. the play Macbeth also featured two changes to the throne of Scotland, both as a result of betrayal, deception, the aid of the weird sisters and the death of kings, the fate of Scotland changed for better and for worse....   [tags: Papers] 628 words
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Betrayal of Self in Ellison's Invisible Man - Betrayal of Self in Ellison's Invisible Man     In Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man, the nameless narrator is betrayed by a handful of different characters--for this reason his life remains in a constant state of upheaval throughout the novel. Confusion and a lack of personal vision cause the "Invisible Man" to trust many characters whose designs for him are less than virtuous. Oftentimes these characters betray the Invisible Man, whose reactions to said betrayals form the greater part of the novel....   [tags: Invisible Man Essays]
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Love and Betrayal in Christina Rossetti's Poems - ... Not only do they both shun the hallmark custom in romances where love ideals are usually presented by male characters who seek satisfaction by marrying their chosen loves, but they also expose the crooked and socially dictated foundations that those false ideal stand upon. Furthermore, they demonstrate the ways women are perceived as objects or mere symbols of obedience by the male characteristics of romantic love that appears to worship women promote the sanctity and comforts of marriage. Therefore, these poems represent powerful social critiques of romantic ideals and values that began with its glorification of middle-class women as “angels of the household”, chaste, silent, and obedient....   [tags: Literature] 2031 words
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Free Essays - Honest Betrayal in Othello - Honest Betrayal in Othello Iago's honest betrayal has left Othello pondering over Desdemona's faithfulness. Believing the words of his most honest ancient, Othello gullibly succumbs to his insinuations of his wife, Desdemona, as being unfaithful. Through Othello's soliloquy, he is not the self-confident General formerly portrayed as. Instead, his indecision over his wife's infidelity has caused him to explore his flaws as a human being, showing signs of appearance versus reality. Othello Citation: This fellow's of exceeding honesty, And knows all qualities, with a learned spirit, Of human dealings....   [tags: Othello essays] 944 words
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Betrayal in William Shakespeare's King Lear - Betrayal in William Shakespeare's King Lear A kingdom without order is a kingdom in chaos (Bradley). William ShakespeareÂ’s play King Lear is a play full of deception, betrayal, and insincere promises. ItÂ’s a tragic play that demonstrates what happens when children are concealed by greed and loose their love and respect for their parents. Goneril, Regan, and Edmund declare their affection to their loved ones for their ambition for power and to raise there status in Britain....   [tags: Papers] 1136 words
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Review of The Great Betrayal by Patrick Buchanan - Review of The Great Betrayal by Patrick Buchanan Synopsis of book: Patrick Buchanan explains his theory of how free trade is destroying the manual labor working force of America. Summary: Patrick Buchanan was a supporter of free trade from early on in his career until 1987. At that time, while he was seeking the Republican nomination for President, he was on a campaign trip. He visited a small town which was based around a plant. 500 people were about to loose their jobs. He spoke with workers and they blamed competition from international trade....   [tags: Papers] 364 words
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The Last Supper: Why the prediction of Betrayal? - The Last Supper: Why the prediction of Betrayal. Works Cited Missing The Last Supper was painted circa 1495 by Leonardo Da Vinci, and commissioned under Ludovico Sforza for the Dominicans of Santa Maria delle Grazie. From the beginning, the painting was considered a masterpiece and therefore, Leonardo was praised time and again for the technical aspects of his masterpiece. Vasari, the first man to write a book of artists' biographies, exclaimed, "a Last Supper, a most beautiful and marvelous thing; and to the heads of the Apostles he gave such majesty and beauty, that he left the head of Christ unfinished, not believing that he was able to give it that divine air which is essential to the image of Christ." Vasari, like most was entranced by the beauty of Leonardo's technique....   [tags: Last Supper Painting Paingtings Art Papers] 2423 words
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King Lear - Family: A Medium For A Betrayal - "Love is whatever you can still betray. Betrayal can only happen if you love." (John LeCarre) In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of King Lear, characters are betrayed by the closest people to them. The parents betray their children, mostly unintentionally. The children deceive their parents because of their greed and power hunger. Their parents were eventually forgiven, but the greedy children were not. Parents and their children betray one and other, and are only able to do so because they are family, however, the children betray for greed while the parents betray through the credulity caused by their children's greed....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 1038 words
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Hamlet's Metaphor For His Friends' Betrayal - Hamlet's Metaphor For His Friends' Betrayal    In Shakespeare's Hamlet, act three, scene two, line 327, Hamlet is in the middle of a conversation with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, which, as usual for Hamlet, is laden with riddles and double meanings.   Upon discovery that his old schoolmates visit to Denmark is not out of chance, but actually part of a plot by Claudius to understand why Hamlet has gone mad.  Thus upon discovering their motives for returning to Denmark, Hamlet no longer has trust or camaraderie for his former friends....   [tags: GCSE English Literature Coursework]
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Betrayal of the Labour by Ramsay MacDonald in 1931 - Betrayal of the Labour by Ramsay MacDonald in 1931 There were many problems faced by Ramsay MacDonald which, forced him to resign however, in this essay I will be discussing whether he betrayed the labour government. This essay will be broken down in to five main bullet points which will all sum up to answer the question above. The main problems faced by Ramsay MacDonald was economic and also the minority position. Ramsay MacDonald’s government was opposed by the liberals and so as a result Ramsay MacDonald had to do something, a deal was struck with the Liberals that they would not stand against each other in by-elections leading up to 1914....   [tags: Papers] 967 words
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Free College Essays - Ophelia's Betrayal of Hamlet - Ophelia's Betrayal of Hamlet I would have to strongly disagree with Nicole's interpretation of Hamlet and Ophelia's relationship. They were most certainly lovers. Halmlet did without question offer Ophelia "tenders" of his affection, and we know this because she must return them to Hamlet. In addition, we also have the letter read from Polonius to Claudius and Gertrude in which Hamnlet writes to Ophelia I did love thee once. So indeed, Hamlet did love Ophelia, and evidence is also in the play that she did love the prince....   [tags: GCSE Coursework Shakespeare Hamlet] 493 words
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Betrayal, Justice and Passivity in Roald Dahl's "Lamb to the Slaughter" - Roald Dahl, a British novelist, offered his readers a classical short story, “ Lamb to the Slaughter,” with the tale of betrayal, justice, injustice and passivity. Two main characters of the story are detective Mr. Patrick and Ms. Patrick who live in small town. Roald Dahl tries to reflect human nature of perversity, and cruelty through the “ Lamb to the Slaughter”. As the story progresses, theme of love, passion, betrayal and injustice grow stronger. Author smartly shows us how an idle wife becomes a smart criminal to take the revenge of her betrayal and successes to trick officers....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 881 words
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Themes of Power and Betrayal Depicted in Orwell's Animal Farm - ‘Animal Farm’ written by George Orwell in 1945 is a novel about animals acting out the reality of human faults and responsibility in the life of politics that we humans have undergone and/or witnessed in today’s society. Orwell shows the themes and issues through the relationships and leadership skills of the animals, and how they react with each other. There are many themes and issues conveyed through the characters of ‘Animal Farm’, but two that Orwell portrayed the ideas and really stuck out to me were power and betrayal....   [tags: Literary Analysis] 692 words
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Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket and Seduction and Betrayal - Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket and Seduction and Betrayal   Toni Morrison and bell hooks share the same views on how white America envisions blacks.  In bell hooks' essays " Seduction and Betrayal" and " Sorrowful Black Death is Not a Hot Ticket" she focuses in on the portrayal of African Americans on the big screen.  In "Seduction and Betrayal"  hooks uses  Spike Lee's Crooklyn to demonstrate how invaluable the life of a black person is.  In " Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket" she claims the Bodyguard and The Crying Game illustrate the notion that blacks, especially black females, are inferior to whites....   [tags: Sorrowful Black Death Is Not a Hot Ticket Essays]
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Comparing Betrayal in Julius Caesar and Animal Farm - Betrayal in Julius Caesar and Animal Farm No one ever said life was going to be easy. Throughout one's life, one is pressurize into making a decisions he or she does not want to make. Sometimes the decisions made are base on how the person feels. One would make their decision by being loyal to the person. Or one may choose a betrayal decision. These difficult decisions were made within the two novels, Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare and Animal Farm by George Orwell. A person's decision, whatever it may be, could affect anyone or everyone that revolves around the decision maker....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 727 words
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The Betrayal of Christ Depicted in the Italian Paintings by Duccio and Giotto - The development of Italian painting in the years around the 1300 or the proto-renaissance is in some sense the rebirth of art and culture. The painters of Renaissance Italy usually attached to particular courts and with loyalties to certain cities, still explored the extensive span of Italy. Many of the Italian painters grew artistically during this time, which is noticeable in Duccio’s painting compared to Giotto’s. In the renaissance period it was highly popularized to mainly draw depictions of religious figures, which is what the concentration of Duccio’s artwork mainly was....   [tags: painting, art] 945 words
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trajcru The Crucible: Self Betrayal of John Proctor - The Crucible: Self Betrayal This research paper will examine how the theme in Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible, shows how “...betrayal of the self no less than of others” (Bigsby xi), is connected to both McCarthyism in the 1950’s and the Salem witch trials in the 1690’s. The Puritans were a group that had suffered religious persecution in the Old World and came to America to establish their own religion in a place where they would be free of any type of persecution. Because of the personal persecution they endured in England, the puritans in turn became the persecutors when they were in America....   [tags: Crucible Essays] 1849 words
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Guilty Betrayal in Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon - Guilty Betrayal in Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon depicts the fallacious logic of a totalitarian regime through the experiences of Nicolas Salmanovitch Rubashov. Rubashov had fought in the revolution and was once part of the Central Committee of the Party, but he is arrested on charges of instigating attempted assassinations of No. 1, and for taking part in oppositional, counter-revolutionary activities, and is sent to a Soviet prison. Rubashov, in his idle pacing throughout his cell, recollects his past with the Party....   [tags: European Literature Koestler Noon Essays]
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An Analysis of Cypher’s Betrayal and the Problem of Evil - ... Leslie is full of nonconformity, imagination, and kindness and is the one who originates the idea of Terabithia, a fantastical land where they rule supreme and have magical abilities to defeat any of the "evil forces" that head there way. In the same way that Cypher finds solace in the matrix where he can be free of all suffering, Jess and Leslie frequently escape into Terabithia, which has become their refuge from the cruelties of the real world. Paterson illustrates, "he [Jess] believed her [Leslie] because here in the shadowy light of the stronghold everything seemed possible....   [tags: Philosophy]
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Love, Betrayal, Hubris, and Relationships in Cyrano de Bergerac - Love, Betrayal, Hubris, and Relationships in Cyrano de Bergerac       French authors and playwrights have been acclaimed worldwide for their dynamic prose, complex situations, and unpredictable endings. The same praises hold true for Edmond Eugene Alexis Rostand. Born of Provencal ancestry on April 1, 1868, Rostand was well-learned, as evidenced by his extensive childhood education as a student of the lycee of Marseille. His father was a prominent member of the Marseille Academy. As a direct result of this high influence, Rostand concluded his studies at the College Stanislas in Paris....   [tags: Cyrano Bergerac]
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Ramsay Macdonald's Betrayal of His Party in 1931 - Ramsay Macdonald's Betrayal of His Party in 1931 In 1931, Ramsay Macdonald resigned from his position as leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minster of Britain, to take up a position a few days later as the leader of the new National Government set up to run the country, and thus becoming the countries leader again. Many have claimed that he betrayed the Labour Party by leaving them so he could join another party in a better position; in other words he was motivated by personal ambition....   [tags: Papers] 562 words
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Effects of Betrayal in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God - Effects of Betrayal in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God The first time one experiences betrayal from a close friend is the hardest situation to go through. Betrayal is clearly defined as to break the faith of an enemy, or to disclose a violation of confidence; but more specifically, and with less clarity in real life situations, betrayal is a complex action that occurs to everyone at some point in life. For a person that has been betrayed before, the simple definition does not do justice to the effects betrayal has on their life or how one can be betrayed....   [tags: Their Eyes Were Watching God Essays] 587 words
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Blood as an Image of Honor, Betrayal and Guilt in William Shakespeare's Macbeth - Blood as an Image of Honor, Betrayal and Guilt in William Shakespeare's Macbeth Blood is usually interpreted as a sign of horror and wrongdoing; however, in the play Macbeth, Shakespeare associates blood with a variety of atmospheres. Blood imagery begins with the fight against one traitor, the Thane of Cawdor, and ends with the death of another, Macbeth. Although the uses of blood produce different effects, both are used to symbolize death. Shakespeare generates other blood imagery throughout the play to create impressions of honor, betrayal and guilt....   [tags: Papers] 422 words
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?Northern Lights deals with large themes; love, betrayal, religion and science? Discuss - “Northern Lights deals with large themes; love, betrayal, religion and science” Discuss Northern Light deals with the forces of love, betrayal, religion and science; all of these themes spur from one source, power. Each character in the novel experiences these topics, because each character is powerful. Northern Lights shows us that all individuals must either choose to use or be overcome these forces. Ever since the dawn of time, love has been a fundamental part of every human’s lives. Northern Lights demonstrates to us that the love of a friend or the love of spouse can create either great power or bring misery and unhappiness....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Emilia’s Perspective on Betrayal in Relationships in Shakespeare’s Othello - Emilia’s Perspective on Betrayal in Relationships in Shakespeare’s Othello In Othello, Act IV, scene ii and iii, Emilia, Iago’s wife, reveals her opinion about relationships to the reader as she attempts to comfort Desdemona. She indefinitely believes that many men, as well as women, are frequently guilty of deception and betrayal of their partner. By this part of the play, Othello’s suspicions of Desdemona’s unfaithfulness have greatly increased, and he begins to accuse her of cheating on him....   [tags: Othello Essays] 578 words
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