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Robin Hood - 1. What problems does Robin Hood have, and what issues need to be addressed. Response: First of all, Robin's personal crusade against the Sheriff has evolved into something way past what he initially intended. It's gotten a bit out of hand. So the first issue that needs to be addressed is the focus. Robin should not lose sight of his initial crusade. After all, that's why he started as an out-law in the first place. He needed men to fulfill his quest, but now with the excessive number of men and the excessive demands placed upon the Merrymen, he needs to address the purpose of his revolt....   [tags: Robin Hood] 1220 words
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Retelling of Little Red Riding Hood - That particular day, I left my den to go on a nice hike through the woods. Then I met her. Little Red Riding Hood came wandering up the path. She told me she wanted to go to her grandmother’s house, which was just down the path, but she was lost, so I, being the kind wolf I am, gave her directions. She thanked me and skipped off happily. Later on, I began to worry if she reached the house safely. After all, she had seemed apt to getting lost. So I went to go check the grandmother’s house to see if she had arrived yet....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood, short story] 646 words
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Analysis of Little Red Riding Hood - Analysis of Little Red Riding Hood The psychologist Sigmund Freud created many theories on how people are and why they do the things they do. His psychoanalytic theories are used today to for a better understanding of and to analyze literature. Freud’s three key zones of mental process are the id, the ego and the superego. The id is one of the most important of the three when talking about “Little Red Riding Hood” by Charles Perrault. The author tries to show that being impulsive and basically giving in to your id is not the best way to live one’s life....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 693 words
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New Meaning to Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood - New Meaning to Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood   There is more to Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood than meets the eye, or perhaps that is exactly where the analysis comes into play because the formalistic approach of analyzing literature consists of looking at a piece of literature and stating what is obviously there. The formalistic approach does give the work a deeper meaning than it first had, but the details are usually plain and easily noticeable. Generally they are very obvious, thus easily overlooked....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 792 words
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Psychological Approach to Little Red Riding Hood - Psychological Approach to “Little Red Riding Hood”       By looking at Broumas’ Little Red Riding Hood you can apply the three Freudian zones of the psychological approach to the poem, which are the id, superego, and ego. The three Freudian zones allow the reader to look at different aspects that is believed to rule our lives.  Each zone has a different meaning that interrelates with the other.  Broumas’ Little Red Riding Hood has lots of evidence that gives clues to what the main character may have been proposing to her mother....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood]
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Free College Essays - Quest for Freedom in Robin Hood - Robin Hood – Quest for Freedom                Robin Hood, by Paul Creswick, is a story of great triumph.  Many people   know the myth of Robin Hood, but they do not know the life of Robin Hood.  It is a   good novel to read if the reader likes stories of a true legend.  Also, it is a novel that   deals with friendship, motivation, action, bravery, and love.                  The novel is primarily based on friendship.  The friends that Robin makes   and the camaraderie they share makes this a terrific book.  Living in the forest, away   from the law, they are all outlaws and they are all there for each other when trouble   presents its self.  One example is when one of the outlaws, Little John,is about to be   hung, the rest of the crew risked life and limb to save his life.  A few of the   members even died trying to help Little John escape, but they all knew that was the   meaning of friendship.  When one of the outlaws was sick or wounded, someone   always stayed with them and made sure he got better.  With their friendship came   trust.  All of the outlaws knew that they could trust each other, no matter what the   situation presented.  If one of the outlaws went into the city to buy goods, the others   knew that he would not run off with the money or tell the Sheriff where they were   hiding.  A good example of that is when Will Stutely had a falling out with the   gang....   [tags: Robin Hood Essays] 1396 words
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Psychoanalytic Approach to Little Red Riding Hood - Psychoanalytic Approach to Little Red Riding Hood Although there are numerous approaches employed in understanding literature, the psychoanalytic interpretation most significantly attempts to utilize the symbolic mysteries of a work. In exclusive contrast to the formal approach, which focuses entirely on the wording, the fascinating aspect of the psychoanalytic investigation is that it searches for a purpose beyond that which is strictly in the text. By insinuating the existence of innate and hidden motives, it allows for a broad range of abstract and creative possibilities....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 707 words
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Psychological Analysis of Little Red Riding Hood - Psychological Analysis of Little Red Riding Hood In the story of Little Red Riding Hood, you hear about the grandmother, the granddaughter, and the wolf. But the reader does not hear much about the mother. In Olga Broumas' poem "Little Red Riding Hood", the reader can hear about the mother's impact on Little Red's life, or the lack of one. At the first glance, Little Red Riding Hood appears as a lament of a daughter who misses a dead mother or who is trying to explain to her mother about her lot in life....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 768 words
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A Psychoanalytical Look at Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood - A Psychoanalytical Look at Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood Sigmund Freud, the key developer of the psychoanalytical approach to the human mind, created a theory that can explain the driving force behind all forms of human life. In his theories he uses the desire for sexual pleasure as one of those driving forces, but very often, according to Freud, those desires are not met, weather they are through the actual event of receiving pleasure or through some alternate form of dispersing the energy that the desire builds....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 603 words
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Formalistic Approach to Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood - Formalistic Approach to Broumas' Little Red Riding Hood At first glance, one might think that this particular piece of Broumas' work would be a suitable substitute for Winnie the Pooh while rocking the kids to sleep. However, upon deeper inspection, you would probably think "Oh my God" and thank the heavens above that you didn't just scar your children for life. While not suitable for small children, this piece does lend itself to some rather intense interpretation based on the word choice, repetition, and allusions presented....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood] 924 words
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Is Charles Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood Relevant to the Modern World? - Is Charles Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood Relevant to the Modern World. A story commonly spread through word of mouth, Charles Perrault wrote an early rendition of Little Red Riding Hood in 1697. Between the late 17th century and today, there have been a few changes in societal norms, customs, and understandings of social values. To summarize, laws based on religion have given way to laws based on science…in turn, scientists have taken their newfound social power and discovered ways to destroy all life on Earth…following that, humans have practiced leaving the planet, preparing for the inevitable day when our self-created nuclear holocaust gives us no other choice…and lastly, various oppressed social groups, recognizing that they would also like a seat on their starship to salvation, have fought for their civil rights and equality through various social reform movements....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood Essays]
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Robin Hood - Robin Hood, the Animated Version The reason why I chose to do my paper on the movie Robin Hood is because it is funny and entertaining. This movie begins with a Rooster playing his banjo. Throughout the movie, the Rooster plays the part of the narrator, who tells the story of our animated friends Robin Hood, and Little John. As the story began, the two partners were running through the forest because they saw Prince John and his royal chariot coming to take more taxes away from the people of Nottingham....   [tags: essays research papers] 1245 words
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Boys In The Hood - Hood: slang for neighborhood or black area/life. Before 1991 this concept of hood life was never before portrayed or looked into until John Singleton produced the black social drama Boyz N the Hood. This is the first film by a black director that actually goes deep inside the ghetto or inner city. Singleton carefully directs this film so that it appears to mirror the real world “having value as a kind of anthropological study of an unfamiliar way of life'; (Thompson 2). Set in lower-middle-class, predominately black, south central Los Angeles, a neighborhood where constant gunshots regularly interrupt study time and the sound of police helicopters flying above is a familiar tune, Boyz N the Hood is basically the story of three teenage friends coming of age in black urban America....   [tags: essays research papers] 735 words
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Robin Hood - Introduction and Mission Robin Hood and his Band of Merry Men had a successful first year. With new recruits pouring in from the furthest outreaches of England, Robin had met his objective of strengthening in number. Although he was satisfied with the size of the organization, he has realized necessary preparations had not been made to accommodate the now over abundance of members of his organization. Many challenges now face Robin such as a lack of provisions and lack of funds to support the band, but he cannot lose focus of their original foundation of "Robbing from the rich and giving to the poor"....   [tags: Case Study Analysis] 2409 words
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The Tale of Robin Hood - ... In his “study of the English outlaw…not one of the many attempts to identify a historic Robin Hood in the period before 1300 carries conviction…the historic Robin Hood flourished during the reigns of Richard I and John” (14). Robin Hood’s adventures that are still being told today are from the time period of the reign of Richard I and his reagent brother John. While King Richard I went on a crusade, his brother John became his reagent and this is when the corrupt law begins. Sir Robin of Locksley, or Robin Hood, is thrown out of his home and takes to Sherwood Forest with his bandits....   [tags: Analysis, Sherwood Forest] 2672 words
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Little Red Riding Hood - ... As the male wolf submits to the clever role of a powerful and threatening being, he underscores the authors message that society in this time period thought males to be the more powerful gender. Males were thought of as the smarter gender. Shown throughout history, males have been leaders and hold higher authority. It was not until recently did women prove their equal intelligence. Highlighting that the women were inferior to him, the wolf plans to “be clever about this that the [he] can make a good meal out of the two of them” (Hyman 8)....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Gender Criticism]
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Little Red Riding Hood Analysis - ... (Carter 117) Following a similar thread maybe the real victims of “The Company of Wolves” are the were-wolves themselves. These men do not die; instead, they are turned into vicious beasts the whole town fears. They are half-man, half-wolf; no place in society truly belongs to them. They will never truly live in the forest because that is not where they were born, nor will society take them after they have been infected. These men must suffer knowing they can never reach their families again but they might retain only the knowledge of what they have lost, but never the resources to get it back....   [tags: Fairytale Literary Analysis]
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Che: A Modern Day Robin Hood - ... This analysis of the Latin American reality leads Che to change his mind and arrive at Guatemala, to eventually arrive at Mexico on 1954 (Guevara, Che 107). During July of 1956 he meets Fidel Castro Rus and signs up as a medic in the future expedition of Granma(Guevara, Che 112). On November 25 of 1956 the revolutionaries depart from Tuxpan, Mexico towards Cuba, arriving on December 2, surprised by Batista’s army (Guevara, Che 118). On January 17th, 1957, Che participates in the battle on La Plata (Guevara, Che 121)....   [tags: Biography ]
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Robin Hood Case Study - Robin Hood Case (Essay) What Should Robin Hood Do. There are several issues Robin Hood needs to consider. First, Robin Hood needs to make sure his own personal grievances against the Sheriff do not cloud his vision and what is in the best interest of his Merrymen as a group. Second, take a broad look at the overall organizational structure by conducting an environmental scan, a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis and/or using a variety of organizational assessments (measurements)....   [tags: Business Analysis] 1865 words
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Robin Hood Summary - Robin Hood's good traits are easily seen throughout the story. The author did a good job of making his hero come across as a good person, who has often been misinterpreted because of things that he did as a young boy. Showing the change Robin Hood has made since he was a little boy easily allows the reader to better understand how great he really is, and how he is helping not only himself, but all of the poorer community.Robin Hood was faced with issues from very early on in his life. His mothers death was very difficult for him, but living with his fathers love for another women, after his mother had died, was just too much for him and he threatened his father that staying with that women would cost him his only sons love....   [tags: essays research papers] 799 words
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Robin Hood Case Study - Robin and the Merrymen is a company who are in business to steal from the rich and give to the poor. The organization had begun as a personal interest to Robin, and has grown with allies and new recruits to become a very large organization. Robin is the head of all operations with few delegates who have their own specific duties. The Merrymen’s dilemma is that they must overcome their largest competitor, the Sheriff, who is growing stronger and becoming better organized. The Sheriff has gained the money and men and is beginning to cause problems for the Merrymen, looking for their weaknesses....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1469 words
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Growin Up In the Hood - Growing Up In the Hood Is it a coincidence that highly urbanized areas are full of crime and always statistically higher than small towns and rural areas. A child that is being brought up in a metropolitan area that is full of violent crimes is flooded in a sense and has nothing to do but to breath in some of the negative influences that go on around him. Therefore, I believe that the most influential scene in a child’s life is the neighborhood that he grows up in. Parents cannot constantly watch over their children, ask about whom they are hanging out with, constantly check where they are, and find out what they are getting themselves into....   [tags: essays research papers] 993 words
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Past, Present, and Future: An Examination of the Hood and Historical Films - ... One example is seen in Do the Right Thing (1989) as Spike Lee conveys “polarized black and white race relation” through the main characters of Mookie and Sal and how they deal with everyday yet underrated quips of racism (Guerrero 157). Since the Civil Rights Movement, there still is racism within American cities whether it is not physical segregation but mental segregation. In one scene of The Right Thing (1989), there is a montage of verbal slurs between the African-American, Caucasian, and Korean community which illustrates the notion of racism today....   [tags: Film Industry, Filmakers] 1793 words
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Jesse James: Not Your Everyday Robin Hood - The Wild West consisted of many men, women, and children, but only one made the biggest impact. He was not your everyday Robin Hood. In fact, he was known for being ruthless and vicious. He was a real life outlaw and bandit. He was known for bank robbing, train robbing, and killing people who got in his way. He was Jesse Woodson James and he made his mark on the Wild West until his death in 1882, above all, he remains famous after over 100 years in American history. First of all, Jesse James began his life on September 5, 1847....   [tags: Biography]
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The Variations in Little Red Riding Hood - The Variations in Little Red Riding Hood Fairy tales are under attack in the United States from both right- and left-oriented pressure groups. (Ravitch, 62-96) From the left, the charges include sexism, stereotyping, distortion, and anti-humanism. (Ravitch, 84) From the right, the charges include immorality and objections to the portrayal of violence, death, and the supernatural. In addition, some critics claim that the tales terrify their children. (Ravitch, 76). In The Language Police, Diane Ravitch claims that both groups understand the importance of putting pressure on state textbook adoption committees, and that, as a result of such pressure, most major publishers are simply dropping the tales from the textbooks they sell to schools....   [tags: Fairy Tales Literature Essays]
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Some Recent Reports about Robin Hood Might Be Wrong - ... When he knew that himself was about to die and was addressing dying words, he made neither mention of money nor a very grand grave, what most heroes should have. So, we could came to the idea that Robin was really poor at that time, what he stole from the poor was really given to the poor instead of lending to the poor and then earn a profit from the transaction. Someone else might still argue that if Robin was a great and brave hero, why he chose to be an outlaw and dwelled in poor glades in Green Woods....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Comparing Little Red Riding Hood Folktales - Comparing Little Red Riding Hood folktales is a multi tasks operation, which includes many elaborations on the many aspects of the story. Setting, plot, character origin, and motif are the few I chose to elaborate solely on. Although the versions vary, they all have the motif trickery, the characters all include some sort of villain with a heroin, the plot concludes all in the final destruction or cease of the villain to be, and, the setting and origins of the versions vary the most to where they are not comparable but only contrastable, if one can say that origins and settings are contrastable....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 728 words
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Red Riding Hood from the Wolf's Point of View - Story from wolfs point of view. Here I am, lying on my deathbed. I cant believe i got myself into this mess. It really wasnt my fault. It was the Red Riding Hood brat who got me all these problems. If it wasnt for her, I would have still been running around free. Because of her, I am dying and the worst part is that they wont give me a burial in a jail. After I got sent here 50 years ago, I experienced every kind of diseace known to mankind. It all started one sunny afternoon whenI was very hungry....   [tags: essays research papers] 722 words
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Fairy Tales Paper: A Retelling of Little Red Riding Hood - As we look back on the history of fairy tales, we find that they are stories passed down to generations through the oral tradition that generally include a moral or pervading theme that is meant to aid the listener. One characteristic of oral stories are the variations that often occurred with each retelling as a result of errors in translation and interpretations, as well as changes driven by the storyteller’s desire to share a particular point of view with the listener. A modern twist on these variations is evident in children’s literature today....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Analysis of John Singleton's Film Boyz N the Hood - Analysis of John Singleton's Film Boyz N the Hood The director and screenwriter of the 'Boyz N the Hood.' John Daniel Singleton. The 34 year director, who was born January 6, 1968, in Los Angeles, CA. This black African-American director who won several awards as a screenwriting students at USC. Singleton's assured a directorial debut, Boyz N the Hood. An urgent, powerful coming-of-age tale, the film found a spark of hope amid its bleak, violence-ridden south central Los Angeles setting and become one the top-grossing feature ever made by a black filmmaker, because singleton was the screenwriter this film really reflects his ideas and preoccupations....   [tags: Papers] 709 words
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Prerraults Version of Little Red Ridding Hood - I will also be showing how fairytales can sometimes have extended meanings and how they can teach quit a lot. I will have also shown how Fairytales can serve cultural functions to explain a society to itself, revealing its own mechanisms and taboos in highly symbolic language, images. The simplicity, linearity and one dimensionality of fairytales have led to the belief in there allegorical nature, a conviction that fairytales mean something quite different from what stands in the text. As with most literary works there is deeper meaning in fairytales than just meets the eye....   [tags: Personal Essays] 610 words
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Fairytale Analysis: "Aladdin's Lamp" and "Little Red Riding Hood" - The manifestations of fairytales reflect significance beyond a simple one-dimensional context and as a natural departure from the source tale, their transcendent nature is evinced by their ability to shift, not replace, the tales values, archetypes and contextual paradigms beyond the intentional. This shifting nature predicates the textual integrity of the tale, allowing it a pertinent and germane makeup, built upon its didactic nature. This significance is especially apparent in the appropriations of ‘Aladdin’s Lamp’ and ‘Little Red Riding Hood’....   [tags: Literary Analysis ] 1122 words
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Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre vs. Boyz n the Hood - Jane Eyre vs. Boyz 'n' the Hood When people are making choices sometimes they don't think of how they could affect someone else. In the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Jane chooses to leave Mr. Rochester. In the movie Boyz 'n' the Hood Tre decides not to participate in a shooting spree. He result of some choices could have a bad aftermath, which not only affects the person deciding, but also the people around them. The choices that Jane makes has different reactions, such as when she left Mr....   [tags: Jane Eyre Essays] 581 words
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A Comparison of Little Red Riding Hood and Little Red Cap - A Comparison of Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault and Little Red Cap by the Brothers Grimm      The stories ?Little Red Riding Hood,. by Charles Perrault, and ?Little Red Cap,. by the Brothers Grimm, are similar and different. Moreover, both stories differ from the American version. The stories have a similar moral at the end, each with a slight twist. This story, in each of its translations, is representative of a girl?s loss of innocence, her move from childhood or adolescence into adulthood....   [tags: Compare Contrast Comparing]
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How Far She Went by Mary Hood and Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield - How Far She Went by Mary Hood and Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield Synopsis 1. One of the more interesting literary selections in Perrine's Story and Structure was " How far she went" by Mary Hood. The setting in this story takes place in a rural american town. There is the girl, who's name is never revealed and the Grandma, who's name is never revealed as well. The girl is kept at her grandma's house against her will. Her father sent her out to her Grandma's not telling her that she would be staying for good....   [tags: Compare Contrast] 1591 words
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Life In The Hood - He lay in his bed motionless, reflecting upon his life and how it had changed so quickly. He had lost his mother to an evil cocaine addiction a year earlier and was left to take care of his younger brother. The rent was 3 months over due, the phone was cut off, and the electricity was most likely next. He had reached the point were he was fed up with life. Why had he been put in this position. He put most of the blame on his mother for she had been the one who had spent all of their money on drugs....   [tags: essays research papers] 1440 words
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Robin Hood - Jenny Saigon Jenny Saigon is a 23-year-old female who is currently employed at Meijers, and has been working a cashier there for three weeks. Jenny’s last job as a childcare provider was short lived, lasting only about 4 months total. When Jenny heard from a friend that Meijers was on a hiring frenzy, she immediately quit her stressful babysitting job and put in an application. After a brief interview, Jenny was informed that she was the best candidate for the job, and when asked when she could begin, she immediately stammered, “Tomorrow”....   [tags: essays research papers] 1053 words
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The Pleasure Principle in Perrault's Little Red Riding Hood and Brothers Grimm Little Red Cap - Sigmund Freud, commonly referred to as "the father of psychoanalysis", is best known for his studies of sexual desire, repression, and the unconscious mind. Freud came to see personality as having three aspects, all of which work together to produce our complex behaviours: the Id (“It”), the Ego (“I”) and the Superego (“Over-I”). His psychoanalytic theories are used today in many different fields, including literature analysis. “Little Red Riding Hood”, written by Perrault in the 17th century, as well as in “The Little Red Cap”, written by the Brothers Grimm in the 19th century, are both famous folktales turned fairy tales about a young girl’s encounter with a cross-dressing wolf....   [tags: essays research papers] 1004 words
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Sam Bass: Robin Hood or Thief? - ... When he bought her, the Denton Mare was an ordinary stable horse, but he made her legendary. Sam spent two years racing his beautiful mare. He proved to be good jockey, and won most of the races he competed in. The races of North Texas were too easy for Sam, and soon out of boredom, he left to San Antonio, and found these races more challenging and he stayed for the remainder of the year. However, by 1876 he decided he still was not content, and he had also had a run-in with some local police about a horse racing dispute....   [tags: People]
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Alcohol, Violence, Discrimination - John Singleton’s film, Boyz N the Hood, displays the challenging upbringing of adolescents who have to live with harsh conditions around not only their home but also their surrounding town. The film compares the differences between the lifestyles of Tre Styles and his friends’, Darren and Ricky Baker. Darren and Ricky are half-brothers who are nothing alike. Singleton demonstrates the importance of male leadership in a home in the ghetto of Los Angeles by comparing the difference between the lifestyles of Tre and his friends....   [tags: John Singleton Boyz N the Hood Critique Analysis] 1305 words
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Comparison of Into My Heart and I remember I remember - Comparison of Into My Heart and I remember I remember Both poems are about the past and are similar in many ways, but "I remember, I remember" seems much more upbeat about the past than "into my heart" A.E. Housman's poem describes the " lost content" of a speaker who is made unhappy when he realises the happy times he had when he was young are gone forever. In Thomas Hood's poem the speaker is also made unhappy when he is made aware that he can never re-visit those happy times he experienced as a child....   [tags: A.E. Housman Thomas Hood Childhood Essays] 518 words
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Time and Change in Poetry - Time and Change in Poetry Comparing and discussing two poems written by two different people in two different times on the subject of time and change. Time and Change I will be comparing and discussing two poems written by two different people in two different times on the subject of time and change. The subject time and change is part of our everyday lives and it affects our behaviour and attitudes. The first poem I will be studying is “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time” which I will refer to as poem 1 and is by Robert Herrick in the 16th Century....   [tags: Robert Herrick Thomas Hood Poems Essays] 2002 words
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Poetry Essay - Anaylsis of 9 Poems - In this piece of coursework I am going to analysis and compare a number of poems, some written by the same authors and some by different authors. All 9 poems have one common link which is: Youth. The first poem is called “Stealing” and it was written by Carol Ann Duffy. This poem is about a troubled young man who takes away a snowman from someone’s garden and talks about other items he has stolen before such as a camera. In this poem there are certain words and phrases which you can relate to your sense of sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste....   [tags: Duffy Armitage Plath Milligan Hood Clarke Heaney] 5064 words
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Aging Auratum - ... In November of 1967 Mary G. L. Hood died (Philadelphia Modernism 44). Mary G. L. Hood’s use of bold colors came from her private teacher, Arthur B. Carles (Wolanin 21). Carles once told Mary: “Color was not just a filler, it became the forms that lived and breathed in space” (Wolanin 21). He encouraged them to develop their own styles. The cityscapes that Hood painted through the studio window securely document her presence in Carle’s class (Wolanin 24). The influence of Arthur B. Carles in Mary G....   [tags: Art]
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Robinhood - The themes of “Robin Hood” are many and complex. Robin hood has the theme of chivalry through out its pages. Every word empowers the average person to stand up to a evil government that oppresses its people. The themes are rich and interesting, that’s what makes robin hood a good story. They deal with feelings and emotions that do really happen to average people. The themes have importance to us all and can be truly entertaining when done in a clever way. Robin Hood showed many of these signs of chivalry, the way most of us show these signs of are morals, through actions....   [tags: essays research papers] 390 words
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The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn - E.M. Forster makes a bold statement when he declares that he would rather betray his country than betray his friend. Forster takes a very moral stand on the issue and states that a friendship is often more important than a government's actions or society's beliefs. His opinion regarding the value of friendship is a common theme shared by many authors throughout history, including Mark Twain, and Alexandre Dumas.Mark Twain's classic novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, describes a young boy torn between what he feels his country and society expect of him and what his heart tells him is right....   [tags: essays research papers] 440 words
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The fairy tale has become totally institutionalised in western society’ (Reader 1 p38). Investigate and evaluate this claim by Jack Zipes with particu - ... The girl takes one path and the wolf another. The wolf gets to grandmother’s house first and disposes of her. The wolf then disguises himself as the grandmother and waits for the girl. There is a discourse with the girl saying, ‘what big (body part) you have‘, and the wolf replying ‘all the better to (verb associated with the body part) you with’. The fate of the girl, grandmother and wolf changes accordingly. In Perrault’s version, the child dallies in the forest picking flowers. The wolf eats the grandmother....   [tags: ] 1969 words
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