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The Jewel in the Crown : Daphne Manners

- The Jewel in the Crown : Daphne Manners Daphne Manners was a woman that was ahead of her time she was not prejudice in a hateful way. The prejudice she had was purely ignorance of the day and age. She did not dislike someone just because they were Indian. Daphne Manners even made negative comments about the prejudices that she saw happening. She ignored the social norms when she started falling for Hari Kumar. Had Miss Manners followed the standards for the day and age of the story she would never had given Hari a second look....   [tags: Jewel in the Crown Essays]

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Historical Context of The Jewel in the Crown

- Historical Context of The Jewel in the Crown The historical context of Paul Scott's novel - The Jewel in the Crown - serves to explain and interpret a tragic love story between two characters; Daphne Manners and Hari Kumar. The love story serves to clarify and interpret the social/racial and historical significance of the time period in which it is set - 1942. Their love - a product as well as a victim of the time and events - is an allegory for the relationship between England and India - the White man and the Black man....   [tags: Jewel in the Crown Essays]

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The Death of Indian Culture Exposed in The Jewel In the Crown

- The Death of Indian Culture Exposed in The Jewel In the Crown      The Jewel in the Crown, by Paul Scott, is a postcolonial novel about the realism of the interracial love affair between Daphne Manners and Hari Kumar, the subsequent rape of Daphne Manners, and the after effects on British and Indian relations. At a time when British and Indian affairs were strained, at best, the rape of Miss Manners is significantly metaphoric of the British rape of Indian land and culture. British colonial sentiment became a primary influence in India, when the revolt of 1857 led to the reorganization of British influence....   [tags: Jewel in the Crown Essays]

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Comparing The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights

- Similarities in The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights       "He stood a stranger in this breathing world, An erring spirit from another hurl'd... What had he been?  What was he, thus unknown. Who walked their world, his lineage all unknown.                                     George Gordon, Lord Bryon (1788-1824)     This except of a poem from the Romantic period could be used to describe two characters from two different works of different time periods.  Heathcliff - the "dark-skinned gypsy" with the "manners of a gentleman"(WH 5) is the villain/hero of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights (1847) and Hari - the very English, Hindu-Indian, outcast/hero of Paul Scott's The Jew...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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A Comparison of The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights

- Shared Elements of The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights     The Jewel in the Crown, by Paul Scott, and Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte', are romantic tragedies which share many common elements. Although written in two vastly different time periods, the shared elements reveal the continuity of romantic tragedies over time. Wuthering Heights, a 19th century realistic fiction, shares the same kind of passionate, violent and emotional characters as The Jewel in the Crown, a post colonial modernist fiction....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Comparing Hate in The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights

- Hate in The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights While reading the two works, The Jewel in the Crown and Wuthering Heights, it was impossible to miss the blatant prejudice. The terms used to describe other races were offensive, I also noticed the treatment of many of the characters because of their skin color. One of the novels was set in 1801 and the other in 1942 still they both illustrate horrid prejudices. Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights is a classic novel from the 1800's. It was shocking at first to read about the Gypsy boy that Mr....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Characteristics of Modernism in Jewel in the Crown and Heart of Darkness

- Characteristics of Modernism in Jewel in the Crown and Heart of Darkness         A Modern novel, Jewel in the Crown, by Paul Scott, depicts the latter stages of imperialism's erosion and explores it through the lives of individuals and their relationships as symbolic of larger societal conflicts and political events.  Jewel was written well into the 20th Century and employs thematic concepts and literary forms characteristic of Modernism, as well as being significant in its literary-historical context of the decline of British Imperialism/post- colonialism in India....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Cultural Rape in Heart of Darkness and The Jewel in the Crown

- Cultural Rape in Heart of Darkness and The Jewel in the Crown      The comparison of Heart of Darkness and The Jewel in the Crown may lead to some interesting questions. The authors of these two great works have found their way into the literary cannon for well-founded reasons. Both texts seem to continue to bring the reader to ask questions of both the text and the readers own moral values. One of these value based questions deals with racism. It may well be that both of these great works may be examples of racism being subjected upon the people of two separate continents....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Comparing the French Lieutenant's Woman and Jewel in the Crown

- Similarities between French Lieutenant's Woman and Jewel in the Crown       John Fowles's French Lieutenant's Woman and Paul Scott's Jewel in the Crown are two literary works that illustrate continuity in British literature over time.  While French Lieutenant's Woman [is set in]...the Victorian era and Jewel in the Crown [depicts events in]... the twentieth century . . ., the two exhibit similar thematic content.  Both works emphasize the importance of social stature, both portray society's view of what's acceptable in the intimate relationships of women, and both are stories in which two lovers are together regardless of whether or not society approves....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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Prejudice and Racism in The Jewel in the Crown and Heart of Darkness

- Racism in The Jewel in the Crown and Heart of Darkness      The effects of British colonialism are reflected in literature from both early modernism and post colonialism. Racial discrimination tainted both eras portrayed in the British morale of white supremacy over non-European counties unfolded. Heart of Darkness exemplifies early modernism in the British explorers viewed African natives of the Congo as incapable of human equality due to perceived uncivilized savagery. Personal interaction between races was little to none, as the freshly conquered Africans were still viewed as alien....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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St. Paul 's Cathedral

- Over the last millennium, a striking Cathedral devoted to St. Paul has been a precious jewel for the city of London. It sits at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London. The present St Paul 's Cathedral, London, is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. Regularly as the Cathedral is at the centre of many nation-wide events, innovations have been examined, and drastic new thoughts have found expression under the iconic dome....   [tags: Christopher Wren, St Paul's Cathedral]

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The Lion and the Jewel by Wole Soyinka

- The Lion and the Jewel by Wole Soyinka The three main characters in ‘The Lion and the Jewel’ are called Sidi, Lakunle and Baroka the Bale. Each character has different thoughts about one another and each views the society in a different way. This essay introduces and describes each character and analyses their role in the play. Sidi ==== Sidi is the first character that the audience meets. She is a very attractive woman, known as the village ‘belle’. Her attractiveness influences her personality, by making her quite vain....   [tags: Lion Jewel Soyinka Essays]

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Image Of A Preacher By Paul Scott Wilson

- Image of a Preacher The image of the preacher that most resonates with me within our readings is that of Paul Scott Wilson. Wilson brings to light the image of the preacher as storyteller or moviemaker. “If we imagine that we are directing a film we allow ourselves to think and compose sermons in a visual manner- which is how most of us think in any case.” This resonates with me a lot because personally I am a huge fan of movies. I am a visual learner, and like many in my own generation who have grown up with television, the internet, and other forms of digital media, I have a limited attention span....   [tags: Christianity, Christian terms, Herrnhut]

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Willa Cather 's ' Paul 's Case ' And F. Scott Fitzgerald 's The Great Gatsby

- First Draft: Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case” and F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby In Willa Cather’s "Paul’s Case" and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, money, fame and lust is the persona of the American Dream because that is what the protagonists try to achieve in their lives, they try to attain the American Dream. People seem to strive and attain materialistic items or the attention of their past lover or to attain a fake lifestyle where they don’t realize that the money is going to run out....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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Paul's Character in Paul's Case

- Paul's Character in Paul's Case Pauls's Case is the story of a young man who struggles with his identity. Paul feels that he knows where he belongs, but his family and teachers refuse to support his choices. In the middle of Paul's Case, there is a switch in narration. At this point, the reader can associate with Paul and his problems. Paul struggles with both internal and external conflicts, causing him to be quite a puzzling character. From tha perspective of his family and teachers, Paul seems abnormal....   [tags: Paul]

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The Cradle, The Cross, And The Crown

- Statement # 1(From The Cradle, The Cross, and The Crown Chapter 20, Loc 25622 of 28382, 1st Paragraph) “Overwhelmed, John fell at Jesus’ feet as though dead.” This statement really stood out to me because no one can stand in Jesus’ presence. This is an awesome display of the anointing. Just like Paul on the road to Damascus, John fell down in the presence of Jesus. I can only imagine what it was like to be in the presence of Jesus. This really encourages me to continue on with the good fight of faith and one day all believers will get a chance to see Him face-to-face....   [tags: Jesus, Christianity, New Testament, Holy Spirit]

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Use of Symbols in Paul's Case

- Symbols are one of those most important things to a story. They share the meaning of themselves, as well as the meaning for something else. Symbols usually make the important ideas stick out as well as make the reader have different ideas of what is actually being said. One of the many symbols in “Paul’s Case” is flower’s. From violets to carnations, the flowers Paul talks about are ones of many meanings. The flowers represent a continual motif, expressing Paul’s character. The narrator expresses the teacher’s views towards Paul’s flowers, “…his whole attitude was symbolized by his shrug and his flippantly red carnation…” (Cather)....   [tags: Paul's Case]

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The Setting of Paul's Case

- The setting of the short story “Paul’s Case” is clear and appropriate for the story. This is because Paul's feelings in the story happen to have a direct connection to the setting of the story. The East Coast of the United States is where the story takes place. From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Newark, New Jersey, and then on to New York, New York, the exact setting differs throughout the story. “…the dull dawn was beginning to show grey when the engine whistled a mile out of Newark” (Cather)....   [tags: Paul's Case]

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The Tragic Tale of Paul's Case

- The Tragic Tale of Paul's Case Love could have saved Paul in Willa Cather's "Paul's Case," but love does not find Paul. It is withheld within the hearts of all the people that could have shown affection toward Paul. Although Paul's life ends in suicide, Paul's English teacher, Charley Edwards, or Paul's father could have prevented his premature death.   First, Paul's English teacher could have prevented Paul's suicide. After her confrontation with Paul at the chalkboard, she becomes Paul's greatest school adversary....   [tags: Paul]

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Major Themes Of Paul The Apostle Paul

- Major Themes of Paul The Apostle Paul is known to be one of the most significant influences in modern Christianity. His conversion, church-building and encouragement from his letters has been the cause of widespread faith known today. Though there are many translations and versions of the original text, there are core themes Paul stood for that are fundamental to Christianity. Some of these major themes include: righteousness, reconciliation, grace, justification, sanctification, redemption, cosmos, and the cross....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Jesus, Paul of Tarsus]

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The Meaning Of Lust Of The Eyes And Crown Of Life

- Introduction The purpose of this reflection paper is to discover the meaning of lust of the eyes and crown of life. It will be clear lust of the eyes came not from the God but is a product of the world. Furthermore, lust of the eyes will not prevent the faithful Christian from earning a crown of life as the Lord promised. Theological Definition The New Oxford American Dictionary describes lust as a strong sexual desire or a strong desire for something. In the Bible, we find the phrase lust of the eyes, which can refer to sin committed by the eyes towards desiring something or someone....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, God, Original sin]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald ( 1896-1940 )

- F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), a famous American Twentieth Century short-story writer and a novelist, had a turbulent life. This interpretation can be verified through an analysis of his early life and upbringing, marriage, and career. F. Scott Fitzgerald also known as F. Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896, in St. Paul, Minnesota to an upper-middle class Roman Catholic family. Fitzgerald received his name from his distant and well-known cousin Francis Scott Key, the author of the National Anthem....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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Jean Of Jean Paul Sartre

- Philosophy has been around for a very long time, and there are many famous philosophers that have created theories that we now use today. During the early 1900’s a very famous philosopher was born that we know as Jean Paul Sartre. He was born in 1905, a year the wars broke out. Jean was the only child as the parents of Jean Babtiste Sartre and Anne Marie Schweitzer. His father was a very well known officer in the Navy. His father died while he was still a child. He then went and grew up with his grandfather....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- In life humans have to make several different choices based on different circumstances, some decisions you make you regret and some you do not. Many kids parent encourage their kids to go to college for a better life but sometimes a child does not always listen to what their parents want, in the end hurting their parent’s feelings. In the Continental Ethics Reader Sartre describes four ways in which the student is forsaken. Focusing on the four different ways hoping to explain how one is forsaken, what does this mean for humanity and whether I agree or disagree with the four different ways....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre]

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Biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald

- F. Scott Fitzgerald also known as Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on “September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, MN” (F. Scott Fitzgerald). He got his name from his cousin Francis Scott Key who wrote the star spangled banner. He was born to Mary McQuillan (mother) and Edward Fitzgerald (father). Growing up F. Scott Fitzgerald went to many schools throughout the country. Since he grew up in St. Paul, the first school that he went to was St. Paul Academy in St. Paul. They lived in St. Paul because that’s where his mother’s family was and they were living off her inheritance....   [tags: francis scott key, great gatsby]

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The Gospel Of Jesus And Paul

- Position Paper 4: The Gospel According to Jesus or Paul. Jesus and Paul are two crucial characters in the New Testament. They both depict the Gospel on which Christianity is based upon, but there is debate about rather these two versions of the Gospel are complementary. Scholars like George Shaw claim that Paul is “anti-Christian,” and he “produced a fantastic theology” (Shaw 415-416). On the other hand, I believe that even though Jesus and Paul may present the Gospel differently at times, they are still advocating the same religion....   [tags: Christianity, New Testament, Paul of Tarsus]

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The Book Of Galatians, The Apostle Paul

- In the book of Galatians, the apostle Paul writes to the country of Galatia regarding misinterpreted practices around the time of 48 A.D. The Judaizers was using Old Testament ceremonial rituals like circumcision. They performed this ritual with Gentiles who converted to the Christian faith. Paul responded by clearly establishing additional requirements in order to receive justification. It is said that his adversaries had perverted the gospel of grace, and he stated “It is by grace through faith alone that people are justified” (Epistle)....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus]

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Who Is Paul The Apostle?

- Throughout the New Testament there are several noteworthy characters who draw a reader 's attention and help share the Good News message. This being said just who are these characters. There is of course the most important one who is known as Jesus, then there are those like Peter and John the Baptist who are often mentioned throughout the Gospels, but by far one of the most prominent characters (aside from Jesus) is Paul the Apostle. But, the question then becomes just why can Paul be placed at such a high standing....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus]

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`` No Exit `` By Jean Paul Sartre

- Hell is Other People What is hell. Is it fire and brimstone. Is it one’s worst fears come to life. Is it an endless nightmare. Is it an eternity of demon torturing. Is it reliving the same horrible day over and over again for forever. What is hell. Jean-Paul Sartre wrote the play “No Exit.” It is an existentialist play. Sartre uses his characters to describe the setting saying, “Yes we have lots of time in hand. All time,” (43) and “... yet we’re in hell.” (17) Garcin, a character in the one act play, thinks that hell is simply other people....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit]

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Being A Man By Paul Theroux

- The world we live in is full of amazing things. Cars, spaceships, cellphones are just a few examples. But the one thing that leave me breathless is how culture and society mold human live. There has always been a right way for individuals, and specially men to behave. Even now in the 21-century where things have changed and there is more freedom, men are asked to act in certain ways. Writer Paul Theroux in his essay “Being a man” makes a profound analysis from his perspective about how men are in America, and the factors that influence how they comport....   [tags: Man, Masculinity, Psychology, Paul Theroux]

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PAUL'S THORN in the FLESH

- “And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure”- 2 Corinthians 12:7, (KJV). To help get a better understanding of how other translations translate the beginning of this verse, which they say, “To keep me from becoming conceited.” We as Christian’s, human beings living on God’s earth, indeed love attention, accolades’, and praise. In the above-mentioned scripture we have here, Paul has received a special gift in which he can receive revelations from God....   [tags: Christianity, Paul, Apostle, Bible, Jesus]

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Paul Walker's Life and Movies

- “If one day speed kills me, don’t be sad because I died smiling” Born in California in 1973, Paul Walker made his debut in the 1986 horror spoof Monster in Your Closet. After appearing in a couple television shows in the 1990s staring Charles in Charge, Who's the Boss, The Young and the Restless, Walker gained attention with a role in the film Varsity Blues, and his TV days were officially in the past. After working in movies like She's All That and The Skulls, Paul got his role in 2001 with The Fast and the Furious, which would become his star vehicle and keep him busy through four sequels....   [tags: paul walker, fast and furious, speed]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald's American Dream

- “Riding in a taxi one afternoon between very tall buildings under a mauve and rosy sky; I began to bawl because I had everything I wanted and knew I would never be so happy again.”(Fitzgerald). F. Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, Minnesota, into a very prestigious, catholic family. Edward, his father, was from Maryland, and had a strong allegiance to the Old South and its values. Fitzgerald’s mother, Mary, was the daughter of an Irish immigrant who became wealthy as a wholesale grocer in St....   [tags: Biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- Existentialism Is a Humanism is philosophical writing by Jean-Paul Sartre and its goal is to defend his philosophical theory of existentialism against many reproaches put forward by many different critics. Sartre is a firm believer that we have no greater purpose, no pre-determined plans, no ultimate meaning. We have, in Sartre’s words, no human nature, since there is nothing outside of us in which would conceive of it for us. We are simply here, and it is up to us to define ourselves. As Sartre states, “Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself.” One of the main critiques of Sartre’s view is that it is overly pessimistic and gloomy....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, Philosophy]

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The Beatles By Paul Mccartney

- “The Beatles” is a rock band formed in 1960 in Liverpool, England. The group originally consisted of the guitarist John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison along with bassists Stuart Sutcliffe and drummer Pete Best. Much of the group’s early time was spent playing shows in Hamburg ,and Germany. McCartney then took on base after Sutcliffe’s 1961 departure and they began recording as a backing band. After meeting their future manager Brian Epstein, “The Beatles” signed to record for EMI on Parlophone label....   [tags: The Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney]

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Description of Saint Paul's Cathedral in England

- I have had many experiences that changed my outlook towards life. One of them was when I went to London, England. It was called St. Paul’s Cathedral. I had never been to a “cathedral” before, and I didn’t especially care to go and look at one. But my coach made me, and when we got there I heard a voice in my head yelling, “You’re going to hate this!” Regardless I was there and without chance to leave, so I figured I might as well try to appreciate it. Boy, am I glad I did because as I stood at the bottom of the enormous concrete steps towards the doors of St....   [tags: cathedral, london, st. paul's]

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The Life And Times Of St. Paul

- The life and times of St. Paul’s starts with his date of birth has not been recorded however it has been speculated that he was born within ten year of Jesus’s birth 10 AD. (Online.infobase.com. 2016). His birth name was Saul and was born in the city of Tarsus which was a Roman province of Cilia, located in modern day south-eastern Turkey. Paul was born into an earnest Jewish family and he believed himself of being a Pharisee". [Phil. 3:5] (Yarbrough, R. 2016). When he was young his parents moved him to Jerusalem to receive an education, he attended a school ran by Gamaliel a famous rabbi called the Hillel school....   [tags: New Testament, Christianity, Paul of Tarsus, Jesus]

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David Hume And Jean Paul Sartre

- There are many great philosophers that have emerged through time, but the following philopshers including Soren Kierkegaard, David Hume, and Jean Paul Sartre all have something in common; love. Through one way or another, their love life never seemed to reach that ultimate happiness, they all wished for. Soren Kierkegaard broke of his engagement to Regine Olsen for multiple reasons. David Hume although loved Hyppolyte de Saujon (AKA. Bouffers), he could never become anything more than her advisor till his deathbed....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism]

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Interactional View Theory by Paul Waltzawick

- The Interactional view is based on systems theory and was developed by Paul Waltzawick. Waltzawick was a part of the Palo Alto group because he was one of twenty scholars and therapists who was inspired by, and worked with anthropologist Gregory Bateson. The Palo Alto group does not focus on why a person acts a certain way, instead the focus is on how that behavior affects everyone in the group (Griffin, 2012, p.182). “Family system is an autonomous, mutually dependent network of feedback loops guided by members’ rules; the behavior of each person affects and is affected by the behavior of another” (Griffin, 2012, p.182)....   [tags: systems theory, Paul Waltzawick]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- When the release of the new The Great Gatsby movie was announced, excitement flared in all generations of people. Surprisingly, with six adaptations already produced, the seventh edition received an incredible reception in the boxoffices. What drew in the substantial amount of viewers was the phenomenal story based on the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. As in all of his works still applauded by critics today, Fitzgerald uses the time period of dramatic economic, political, and social transformation as a backdrop to his tale, combined with personal life experiences, to portray the wild lifestyle of the 1920s....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The years following World War I, also known as the “Roaring Twenties”, were years of revelry, self-indulgence, and political change. The economy was booming, and young adults were taking great advantage of it. Partying, alcohol, and jazz music dominated the culture. F. Scott Fitzgerald used the changing, increasingly modern world of the 1920’s in his writing. He earned a fortune from writing, and he used it to live an extravagant lifestyle. The thinly veiled “cultural civil war” of his time contributed greatly to all of his works (Overview of the 1920s)....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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No Exit By Jean Paul Sartre

- In the theatrical play No Exit, by Jean-Paul Sartre, is set in 1944 and has an existential theme popularized by Sartre. This play describes the mysterious adventure of three characters, Garcin, Inez, and Estelle, who are trapped in a room by the Valet. By being trapped in this room, they are forced to confess their crimes. Annette Petrusso, author of “No Exit” an article written about the play, refers to the characters as cowards, or how they lack courage. Even though Petrusso makes a good point about how all of the characters show a cowardly trait, she leaves out the fact that each character becomes less of a coward throughout the play just by being trapped with each other....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit, Coward]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The 1920s were a time when it was apparent that the wealthy class was chasing the wrong means to happiness. The emptiness of money and a spot in the higher social stratum was all that was important to many people in the society of the 1920s. This was clearly depicted in the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. An age of dramatic social and political change also began in the this decade, which was commonly known as “The Roaring Twenties”. During this time, more people lived in cities than farms....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- F. Scott Fitzgerald was born Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald. He was the author of The Great Gatsby and was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, Minnesota, and died on December 21, 1940 in Hollywood, California. Fitzgerald published the book The Great Gatsby on April 10, 1925, among other books like The Other Side of Paradise, another of Fitzgerald’s successes when living which permitted him to marry the woman he loved. Although The Great Gatsby was not much of a success during his time it became a very popular novel that appropriately portrayed the Jazz Age also known as the Roaring Twenties later in time....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Roaring Twenties]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- Existentialism Comparison Essay Existentialism is a philosophy, which revolves around the beliefs humans create themselves. Every person has his own view on existentialism and displays it differently. An existentialist in search of his meaning of life to end meaningless existence. Jean-Paul Sartre in his story The Wall attempts to demonstrate the conditions due to which a protagonist loses himself and becomes an existential after a deposited psychological trauma, but afterwards finds his new meaning....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, Meaning of life]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald 's Life

- American novelist and short story writer, F. Scott Fitzgerald, was born in St. Paul, Minnesota to his Catholic parents as Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald. Interestingly, Fitzgerald’s namesake, his second cousin three times removed from his father’s side, was Francis Scott Key, who wrote the lyrics to the “Star-Spangled Banner,” the national anthem. Edward Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald’s father, pledged his allegiance to the Old South and its values, proven in his naming Fitzgerald after an inspirational family member, who made an impact in American history....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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Existentialism, By Jean Paul Sartre

- “Existentialism in Humanism” is a speech given by Jean-Paul Sartre given in 1946. Existentialism is a philosophy that states the existence of the individual person determines their own development through the acts of free will. Basically, this means that a person is free to decide and manipulate the course their life will take. They can control their reactions to situations, and cause other actions to occur. The argument made by Sartre is essentially nature vs nurture. The point Sartre argues is that existence precedes essence....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, Human, Religion]

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Main Points Of Paul 's Writing

- 1 THESSALONIANS Some of the main points of Paul’s writing. Ministry in absentia (2:17-3:13). Paul regrets that he cannot be with the Thessalonians Christian in person for the time being. Ministry of an epistle (4:1-5:28). At 4:1 Paul begins especially, to exhort the Thessalonians concerning their behavior in daily living. Paul never wrote a letter without appealing for Christian conduct that magnified Christ and pleased God. The apostle here reminds the Thessalonians that he had earlier instructed them about these things when he was with them (358)....   [tags: New Testament, Bible, Paul of Tarsus]

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- No Exit is a play that I remeber seeing in compition in High school. Once I saw the name I instanly was tranported back to watching my fellow speech class mates practicing the play for compition. What do the damn have to say to the damned. No Exit seems to answer half of that question. Jean-Paul Sartre is a 1944 existentialist play writer. He explores peoples own private hell and poses the question what happens if you are in a room with no exit in hell what then. Jean-Paul Satre’s version of Hell in No Exit is full of drama, irony and humor....   [tags: Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism, No Exit]

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The American Dream Exemplified by F. Scott Fitzgerald

- F. Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24,1896, in St. Paul, Minnesota. His father, Edward Fitzgerald, was a proud man from Maryland. Fitzgerald’s mother, Mary (Mollie) McQuillan, was the daughter of a humble, but wealthy Irish immigrant. Fitzgerald, being the only child to survive childhood, was spoiled and was the apple of his mother's eye. Following his father's dismissal from a job in upstate New York, the family relocated back to St Paul in 1908 and lived a comfortable life funded by Mollie Fitzgerald’s inheritance....   [tags: Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald]

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Analysis of Paul’s Case by Willa Cather

- According to many readers of Paul’s Case, this is a short story that shows affection, passion, and most of all enthusiasm. Willa Cather seems to base her stories off of daily life and events that she thought progressed in many lives. Her passion for writing showed in her literature giving a visualization on what people think doesn’t occur in the regular life of a person. Also throughout Willa Cather’s short stories she gave examples upon her childhood and her time spent in a small town she grew up in....   [tags: Analysis of Paul’s Case]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The Great Gatsby is a heart aching novel that shows the true colors of others behind close doors. The Great Gatsby is not just about shallow people, but it is also about love and tragic fate. People can be so shallow and F. Scott Fitzgerald made sure to point that out in his novel The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby because of his own experience with his love, Zelda who wanted to marry rich just as we see with Daisy Buchanan and Myrtle Wilson in The Great Gatsby. “F. Scott Fitzgerald was 24 when he wrote The Great Gatsby” (biography)....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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Willa Cather's Paul‟s Case: A Study in Temperament

- Willa Cather‟s “Paul‟s Case: A Study in Temperament” (1905) invites the reader to wonder, “What really is Paul‟s case?” Cather provides us with ample clues and descriptions of Paul‟s temperament with remarkable detail and insight into the human psyche considering that she had no formal background in psychology and that she was writing when Sigmund Freud was just beginning to publish his theories and was therefore writing by intuitive observation rather than by using a scientific approach. Because “Paul‟s Case” is written much like a descriptive analysis or case study in a patient‟s temperament, the reader is left with several details about Paul that are mysterious and psychiatrically and med...   [tags: Paul's Case 2014]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Francis Scott Fitzgerald also known under his writer’s name, F. Scott Fitzgerald, is revered as a famous American novelist for his writing masterpieces in the 1920’s and 1930’s. F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote about his extravagant lifestyle in America that his wife, Zelda, their friends, and him lived during that era. In fact, a lot of his novels and essays were based off of real-life situations with exaggerated plots and twists. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novels were the readers looking glass into his tragic life that resulted in sad endings in his books, and ultimately his own life....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Many items and events in a person’s life can and will influence their writing style that they use. Every writer and every author has a different story and a different background. Many are similar but never will there be two writers who have experienced the same experiences in their life. Their books are physical representations of their own life and their own feelings. Many will subtly imply many of their own feelings and own experiences into their books and poems. Fitzgerald is not any different for he has his own story for his writing style of his works....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Wealth, Working class]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, literature in America was undergoing the Modernism movement. After World War I, the idea that virtuous behavior would bring about prosperous endings started to disintegrate. Modernism was the creation from this new way of thinking. This movement broke away from tradition, especially regarding religious, political and social viewpoints (Lorcher). American author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, produced several works of literature during this time period, depicting the change in both the behavior and mentality of the people....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- From its founding, America has been portrayed as the land of opportunity. We have been fed this idea of how wonderful it is and even though many have proved how hard it is to make it, many others work hard to keep the idea alive. The fact that we all believe in this idea keeps the idea going; the idea that is America. Through the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck, and William Faulkner we have witnessed these characters working towards making it in America. America was founded on the idea of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Research Paper “The Great Gatsby” What Lies Within “The American Dream was based on the assumption that each person, no matter what his origins, could succeed in life on the sole basis of his or her own skill and effort.” This definition of the American Dream from Barron’s Book Notes shows the goals of the American People. Francis Scott Fitzgerald capitalized on this dream and the corruption that lies within it during the 1920’s in his novel, The Great Gatsby. Although many meanings, lessons, and themes are present in this story, the central theme can be stated as, “A dream can often times become corrupted.” Money, power, and fame are supposed to drive an individual to success, but this id...   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Francis Scott Fitzgerald was known as an American short story writer and novelist. Francis Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, Minnesota. He made his first successful novel, which made him famous and later married the woman that he loved. Shortly after, he constantly began to drink and his wife had a mental breakdown. In 1922, Fitzgerald moved to Hollywood in order to become a scriptwriter. He passed away due to a heart attack in 1940 at the age of 44, before he passed, he was in the process of finishing his final novel, The Love of the Last Tycoon, which was never completed....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald there is an unanswered question on who survives and who doesn’t. To survive, according to dictionary.com, is “to remain or continue in existence or use”. Although there are deaths, a character does not necessarily need to live in order to survive. Fitzgerald is not basing survival on life and death alone. Jay Gatsby, George Wilson and Myrtle Wilson all die in the book, but did the inner aspect of the characters fail to survive. Nick Carraway is a survivor in this novel....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Are some ambitions simply too bold to end in any possible happiness. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, William Shakespeare 's Macbeth, and Jean Giono’s “The Man Who Planted Trees” share many similarities with each other. A similarity that stands out the most is the ambition that drives the characters to achieve their professedly impossible goal. The characters that are most fueled by ambition in the stories are Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Fitzgerald’s Jay Gatsby, and Giono’s Elzéard Bouffier. The Great Gatsby tells the story of a man named Jay Gatsby, who stands hopelessly devoted to the idea that his former love, Daisy Buchanan, is willing to leave her husband and return to Gatsby once mo...   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby has sold more than 25 million copies since its publication in 1925. The popularity of this quintessential American novel is astounding, as it deserves to remain on ‘The Top 100 Novels of All Time’ list composed by TIME Magazine; due to the fact that the novel continues to appear on book shelves worldwide and contains modern, relatable and strong themes. However, Fitzgerald’s novel was not always considered a classic of twentieth-century American fiction. When published in 1925, The Great Gatsby sold a disappointing 21,000 copies; this was less than half of the sales of Fitzgerald’s first two novels, This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Dammed....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Can Gatsby really considered to be a “tragic hero”. In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author portrays a story of a man who attempts to recreate his past relationship and steal the heart of Daisy Buchanan, the main catalyst for his “American Dream”. In his early stage of life, Gatsby disliked his status as a farmer in rural North Dakota. He was determined to become wealthier and improve his social status. Luckily, Gatsby improves his affluence, but he wastefully spends it on hosting large parties at his mansion in order to attract Daisy....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Ben Stein’s quote: “The first step to getting the things you want in life is this; Decide what you want.” The quote is the key element of the The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, such as the point where different individuals are after something and are even willing to give their own life over it even if it seems like a small goal in our eyes.Through Gatsby’s and Myrtle’s goals, Fitzgerald illustrates his agreement with Ben Stein’s quote: “The first step to getting the things you want in life is this; Decide what you want.” Because of Gatsby’s desire for wealth, this paragraph is arguing that Fitzgerald would agree with Ben Stein.Nick realized as soon as he said his name was “Jay Gatsby...   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Scott F Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby (1925), captures the idea about the lengths a person will go to too change their entire personality and background as they believed that the life they previously had was not their destiny and wanted to better themselves. The Great Gatsby is an example of when a character has met their demise due to their obsession on changing themselves to what they perceived as their ideal self. The self is what distinguishes you as a person. It’s your personality, identity and persona....   [tags: The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The Great Gatsby,written by F.Scott Fitzgerald, is a very well-known book throughout America. It is considered “Fitzgerald’s finest work” and “got known as one the greatest american novels ever written.”(Biography.com Editors) Even though it is seen as a great novel, it was challenged due to the “language, sexual references,” (Lombardi) and the bad behavior the novel includes to be able to describe the jazz age perfectly. The author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, was born in St. Paul, Minnesota to an irish immigrant and a salesmen on September 24, 1986....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- According to Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, dreams are a gateway to the unconscious mind and an individual’s deepest desires (scientificamerican.com 1). The American Dream is about gaining a large success through hard work. Deep down every individual wants to strive to achieve the best at what they acquire. However, not everyone will attain their life long goals. This is evident in The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald and There Will Be Blood written by Paul Thomas Anderson. Between these two texts the destruction of hopes and dreams can derive from smaller issues such as the lack of money, the anger and jealousy of others and the disappointment of impossibly high goals....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Motivational speaker and best-selling author Steve Maraboli once stated that “the past will be your teacher if you learn from it; your master if you live in it”; this, in many ways, can be applied to scenarios in life. It can also be applied to American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald’s personal life as well as his most famous novel, The Great Gatsby as the concept and role of the past is brought into question multiple times. Much of Fitzgerald’s love life can be seen through the relationships of the characters in Gatsby such as the tumultuous romance between Daisy and Gatsby and this was done intentionally by the author to cement his experiences in life within a novel that he died believing w...   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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The Main Themes Of Paul 's Theology

- God did not reject his people, whom he foreknew. Don’t you know what Scripture says in the passage about Elijah-how he appealed to God against Israel”( New International Version, Romans 11.3). There are five major themes that will be discussed in Paul’s theology. The first being a biographical defense of Paul’s autonomy and his relationship with the Jerusalem leadership which is referenced in Romans 1:1-2:14. There are thirteen epistles that were attributed to Paul in the New Testament: Romans, I & II Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I & II Thessalonians, I & II Timothy, Titus and Philemon....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Christianity, Jesus]

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A Man Can Be Destroyed But Not Defeated By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Abstract Hemingway was the only significant influence for Fitzgerald in his writing career. Fitzgerald highly respected Hemingway’s opinion on his work and often preferred his opinion. Though Hemingway was known to dislike Fitzgerald, he owned all of Fitzgerald’s books and wrote letters to him. A quote from Ernest Hemingway in a letter to F. Scott Fitzgerald read “A man can be destroyed but not defeated”. I think that Fitzgerald was an accomplished author that never allowed himself to accomplish more due to his alcoholism....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald 's The Great Gatsby

- F. Scott Fitzgerald was one of the most compelling twentieth century writers, (Curnutt, 2004). The year 1925 marks the year of the publication of Fitzgerald’s most credited novel, The Great Gatsby (Bruccoli, 1985). With its critiques of materialism, love and the American Dream (Berman, 1996), this dramatic idyllic novel, (Harvey, 1957), although poorly received at first, is now highly regarded as Fitzgerald’s finest work (Rohrkemper, 1985) and is his publisher, Scribner 's most popular title, (Donahue, 2013)....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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The Apostle Paul On The Church And How The World Views That Taught

- Worldview can be defined as a matter of opinion. A person may state that an opinion can be neither right nor wrong. In order to make that opinion credible it would need to have a solid backing from a scientific standpoint or some type of doctrine. As a Christian, worldview is formed on the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. In this essay I would like to take a look at how the apostle Paul gave us a good foundation to define worldview. There are seven items the apostle Paul talks about in the book of Romans....   [tags: Christianity, Paul of Tarsus, New Testament]

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Importance of Point of View in The Story Paul’s Case

- In the story “Paul’s Case”, point of view plays a huge role in the telling of this short story written by Willa Cather in 1905. This is a story of a young boy who has to perform on a daily basis for society and hide his true self. In Paul's case Cather uses the point of view to show pauls emotion towards other character and his daily routine this helps better understand what the character is going through and the choices he makes. It also shows the reader how the world sees him and what he thinks of himself....   [tags: willa cather, pov, paul's case]

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Paul 's Unhealthy Desire in Paul's Case

- Paul 's Unhealthy Desire in Paul's Case In her short story "Paul's Case," Willa Cather tells the tale of a young boy's struggle to separate himself from his common, everyday life and the people he shared it with. Paul admired the opulence of the theater, the wardrobe, the perfumes, the lights, the colors, the flowers, and the champagne. When he realized it wasn't possible to have these things, he threw his life away. Cather's purpose was to show that, by focusing on what he didn't have, Paul could not live at all....   [tags: Paul's Case Essays]

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Photography Of The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Bestolarides 1 Paul Bestolarides Professor Shinbrot HRS 196: May Photography’s Function in The Great Gatsby The 1920’s was the perennial Golden Age of America, where economic opportunities for individuals would fulfill a lifelong affinity for a successful life. This opportunity was mainly due to technological advances that would change the American image. The age was known for introducing new ways of transportation, jazz, and the influence of motion pictures. Highlighting this age of advancing excellence was the moment of impact for the arts for widely distributing printing, such as newspapers that obtained the new gossip that suffocated the streets....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald 's Collection Of Short Stories

- In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s collection of short stories, the main characters along with the background characters, are overwhelmed with materialistic objects such as money, alcohol and drugs, and a superficial version of love. The main message that F. Scott Fitzgerald is trying to describe is that people are never happy with what they currently have, and that they will go to extreme measures to reach this euphoria of happiness. In May Day, we see many examples of characters searching for a true happiness, and when they can no longer strive for more, their life flashes before their eyes....   [tags: Short story, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Love, Happiness]

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Paul And James Should Be Removed From The Canon Of Scripture

- For centuries it has been debated whether Paul and James contradict each other’s theology. At times, they do seem to make opposing statements. The Book of Galatians affirms over and over that we are justified by faith in Christ alone, not by works of our own. Most evangelical Christians agree to that concept of sola fide. We are faced with an interesting dilemma when James famously says, “faith without works is dead.” Martin Luther, himself, felt that the Book of James should be removed from the canon of scripture because of such statements....   [tags: New Testament, Paul of Tarsus, Justification]

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Paul Taylor's Respect for Nature: Human Superiority

- In Respect for Nature, Paul Taylor develops the following four elements of the biocentric outlook on nature: 1. Humans are members of the Earth's community of life in the same sense and on the same terms as other living things. 2. The natural world is an interdependent system. 3. Each organism is a Teleological Center of Life (TCL) with a good of its own. 4. Humans are not inherently superior to other living things. Taylor believes that if one concedes and accepts the first three components then acceptance of the fourth component is not unreasonable....   [tags: Paul Taylor, biocentric outlook on nature]

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The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald

- F. Scott Fitzgerald was born into a Catholic family in St. Paul, Minnesota, on September 24, 1896. Educated in private prep schools and then at Princeton until 1917, when he enlisted in the army because he feared he wouldn’t graduate , he was a middle-class, Midwestern boy who coveted the wonders of the East. When he married Zelda Sayre, a southern, upper-class daughter of a wealthy Alabama Supreme Court judge , Fitzgerald thought he had it all. The couple lived the high life, moving back and forth between Paris, the Riviera, and New York, but after a while Fitzgerald became an old name and his money dwindled....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald]

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F. Scott Fitzgerald 's The Great Gatsby

- F. Scott Fitzgerald used his novel, The Great Gatsby, demonstrate his rise from poverty to great wealth and expose the skewed morality of the upper classes of America. Born on September 24, 1896 in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald, or as he is better known F. Scott Fitzgerald, would grow to be one of the greatest American writers of the 1920’s. Though he was the only son of Edward and Mary Fitzgerald, he did have one sister, Louise. As a boy, Fitzgerald attended St Paul’s Academy....   [tags: F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby]

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