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The Psychology of The Gambler

- The Psychology of The Gambler   In Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Gambler, we are presented with a novel whose protagonist is what we would call today a problem gambler.  The gambling mania of the story's hero, Alexei Ivanovitch, is a mirror of Dostoyevsky's own gambling compulsion.  The heroine, Polina Alexandrovna, represents a woman Dostoyevsky had as a real lover.  Polina is the stepdaughter of the General, who Alexei works for as a servant.  The General shows paranoia over gambling from the outset of the story.  He censures Alexei with respect to his care of the children, "I suppose you would like to take them to the Casino to play roulette?  Well, excuse my speaking so plainly, but I know...   [tags: Fyodor Dostoyevsky The Gambler]

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Identifying with Alexei in Dostoevsky's The Gambler

- Identifying with Alexei in Dostoevsky's The Gambler The literary character that I most readily identify with would be Dostoevsky's Alexei, The Gambler. I can relate to him because like me, he is a man of many passions. He is also all but helpless against his addiction to gambling. I have also felt helpless to certain circumstances in my life, as have we all. He is capable of much more than what his society allows him to be. That is to say he may be a lowly tutor, but he care's about justice and the atrocities committed by the "high-born" class....   [tags: Fyodor Dostoevsky The Gambler Essays]

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The Evolution Of A Gambler

- The Evolution of a Gambler In Ron Rivera’s first 34 games as head coach of the Carolina Panthers, he chose to go for it on fourth and short less than all but one other NFL coach. The man gambled so little on the field that it seemed he would likely be intimidated by my grandma’s weekly bunko game. He was not willing to risk his first head coaching job by taking chances that may make him look foolish if they were to fail. But after losing enough close games by opting to punt or kick a field goal on fourth and short when his team had a late lead, Riverboat Ron was born, and the aggressive style of play calling he adapted helped take Carolina to the playoffs for the past two seasons....   [tags: National Football League, Super Bowl]

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The Other in Nosferatu and Dr. Mabuse the Gambler

- In the Early years of film one can easily say that Germany lead the way in experimentation, with such striking examples as Dr. Caligari, Nosferatu and Dr. Mabuse the Gambler. How when looking at two of these film, Nosferatu and Dr Mabuse the Gambler one can find a similar theme that run throughout. This theme is that of Weimar’s insecurity about outsiders and otherness different cultures. While both films have different stories at their very simplest both films see someone come into the idyllic lives of the protagonist not only wrecking their lives but the lives of ordinary people as well....   [tags: early German films]

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Humorous Wedding Roast by a Fellow Gambler

- Humorous Wedding Speech by a Fellow Gambler Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Josh and following the time-honored tradition, I will now do my best to give Roy the most uncomfortable five minutes of his life. For the record, the most uncomfortable five minutes of Joyce's life will be later on this evening, courtesy of Roy. Roy and I became acquainted many years ago, when we had three encounters in one week. I first saw him when he was placing a bet at the Horse Racing track. Then he appeared again at my local pub....   [tags: Wedding Toasts Roasts Speeches]

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Doc Holliday: Wyat Earp's Ally

- “Blaize away. You’re a daisy if you have (Roberts, Doc Holliday, the Earp’s Strangest Ally). This is just one of Doc Holliday’s famous lines. Doc had a very interesting life, from the time of his dentistry career, to his gambling days with the Earp brothers. He will continue to be a legendary character for helping make the West livable. Doc Holliday wasn’t just a dentist; he was a gun-slinging gambler who helped the Earps tame the Wild West (SV;SV). Doc had a tough life. He had a disease known as tuberculosis, which affects the respiratory system....   [tags: dentist & gun-slinging gambler]

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Motivations of Pathological Gamblers

- Based on information from the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), the National Gambling Impact Study Commission (NGISC) states that there are two and a half million individuals who fall into a state defined as a pathological gambler, another three million are considered problem gamblers, and roughly fifteen million more could be considered “at-risk” (NORC, 1999). A pathological gambler is one who has a severe uncontrollable urge to gamble despite harmful negative consequences or a desire to stop....   [tags: pathological gamblers,]

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To Play One's Life's Away: Addictive Gamblers

- In 1976, 0.77% of Americans were addictive gamblers, about 1,100,000 people; however today the situation is more serious (Horn). About 4-6 millions of Americans are gamblers, everything in a casino is designed to lure a person in and make them stay("FAQs - Problem Gamblers"). There's alcohol, a comfortable enviroment, and deep in the casino, there are buzzers that sounded like someone had won. Also the slot machines still flash as if you've won and there's no clock to remind you how much time you've spent, none (Robb 3)....   [tags: casinos, children, gamblers]

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Biography of Alfonse Scarface Capone

- “I am like any other man. All I do is supply a demand- Al Capone”(Source 4). Although Alphonse Capone claimed to be just an average business man- he was anything but. He is known as one of the most notorious gangsters of the 1920s. Al Capone became infamous from his empire that was built on illegal activities, but had public appeal because of his contributions and luxurious lifestyle. Alphonse “Scarface” Capone became a millionaire from bootlegging, prostitution, gambling, and racketeering. His empire began when Capone worked under Johnny Torrio in New York....   [tags: gangster, gambler, street brutality]

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A Sensuous Women And Hedda Gabbler

- New Criticism is described to focus on values on the individual’s work’s meaning. This approach which is a close analytic reading of the text, is the approach I will be using. I chose to analyze both stories Life of a sensuous women and Hedda Gabbler. I will apply these texts to compare/contrast in terms of character and how it affects the themes in the story. Character are one of the important factor in making a story, without character a story could not exist. In both stories, these characters have a major effect on the story....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Marriage, Gender]

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The Hidden Addiction of Gambling: My Prison Without Bars by Pete Rose

- “Unfortunately, gambling and winning don’t often go hand in hand.” Pete Rose – My prison without bars. Gambling should be a recreational past time, and to many people it is just that. To an estimated 2% - 3% of Americans it is a major problem in their lives. They are pathological gamblers; some studies indicate they spend around $5 billion dollars annually on gambling. When gambling becomes a problem it impacts that person’s social, emotional and financial life. Legalized gambling in America is creating a wide spread problem, pathological gamblers cannot resist the irresponsible urge to gamble, even though the impact could ruin their marriage, their job and financial security....   [tags: pathological gamblers, financial security]

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The Gambles of Security in the Banking Industry

- Discuss how administrative agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) take action in order to be effective in preventing high-risk gambles in securities / banking, a foundation of the economy. JPMorgan Chase is one of the oldest industries financial firms in the United States. It is the head in financial business with an asset of $2.3 trillion, and the largest market capitalization and deposit base of any U.S. banking institution....   [tags: bank, economy, security]

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The Market Competition Of Unilever And Gamble

- The existing and potential market competition would be companies such as Unilever, who make such soaps as Dove and Axe. Another company that would be competition is Proctor and Gamble, who make such soaps as Olay and Old Spice. Other big name competitors include L’Oreeal and Johnson and Johnson. However, these well-known companies would not be my only competition. Other people who make handcrafted soap as a hobby, or who try to sell it from their homes would be considered competition as well. Unilever has been around since the 1890s....   [tags: Procter & Gamble, Marketing]

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Professional Gamblers

- There are several people involved in the gambling world but only few of them have managed to draw a real name in this exciting as well as challenging world. This has been termed as one of the best place where you can find money and excitements at one go. The popularity for gambling world seems to be too high and that the exact reason which is propelling more and more people to opt for this stream during when they are opting for a vacation. This trend is going high on demand among people when they want to gain some quick money....   [tags: Gambling]

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Swot Analysis Of Procter And Gamble

- Introduction Through innovation and consistency, Procter and Gamble (P&G) has created some of the most dominant brands across several markets. They have been fully committed to their mission of improving lives in small, but meaningful ways for several years, and have been rewarded for their excellence with loyal customers and high brand recognition. No other company has been able to produce as many top quality products as P&G with as high a success rate. Therefore, investing in Procter and Gamble is a sound decision with potential for great return....   [tags: Procter & Gamble, Diaper, Brand, Pampers]

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Analysis Of John Gamble And William Procter

- COMPANY DESCRIPTION In 1837, James Gamble and William Procter, formerly of the UK, started a family-run soap and candle company after they married sisters. The company they formed so long ago grew to be an American multinational consumer goods company. This company is Procter & Gamble Co, better known as P&G.Its headquarters is located in Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Although it started out as a candle and soap manufacturer, today it offers a wide range of products in fabric and home care, health and grooming, beauty and baby, feminine and family care....   [tags: Toothpaste, Procter & Gamble, Marketing]

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Procter & Gamble : Case Study

- Procter & Gamble has many household brands that range from detergent to cologne, with one goal in mind – improving the lives of the world’s customers. The company is in business to provide branded products of superior, consistent quality for many parts of your life where consistency and value are important – from razors to tampons –creating a relationship with their customers in the process. With a market capitalization of over $190 billion, Procter & Gamble operates in countries around the world and owns a range of strong brands such as Head & Shoulders, Olay, Pantene, Gillette, Crest, Dawn, Tide and Febreze....   [tags: Procter & Gamble, Brand, Brand management, Better]

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Business Analysis : Procter & Gamble

- I have chosen my website based on my future profession which deals with wholesale, imports, and exports on a national and international level. The website I have chosen is http://us.pg.com, or Procter & Gamble’s United States website. People are very familiar with Procter & Gamble’s brands, just not with the company itself. P&G’s more well known brands, to name a few, include Swiffer, Bounty, Charmin, Dawn, Febreeze, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Old Spice, and Tide. P&G’s website contains many useful sections that a customer will find useful when looking more into the company that makes his or her products of choice....   [tags: Color, Green, Procter & Gamble, Color wheel]

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Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

- Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler portrays the societal roles of gender and sex through Hedda as a character trying to break the status quo of gender relations within the Victorian era. The social conditions and principles that Ibsen presents in Hedda Gabler are of crucial importance as they “constitute the molding and tempering forces which dictate the behavior of all the play's characters” with each character part of a “tightly woven social fabric” (Kildahl). Hedda is an example of perverted femininity in a depraved society intent on sacrificing to its own self-interest and the freedom and individual expression of its members....   [tags: Hedda Gabler]

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Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

- Life is unpredictable and we are the one who make it. It is up to us if we want to have a good or bad life or just chose to end it. Hedda Gabler is a naturalism type of dramatic writing, written by Henrik Ibsen who narrates Hedda Gabler as a scandalous, coward, egotistical and a deceiving character who wants to have freedom to do something and achieve it. However, all the things that she wants to happened always failed. Starting from having an unwanted marriage with George out of sympathy; disappointment of failing her aspiration of seeing a vine leaves on Lovborg’s head; disappointment of not witnessing braveness from Lovborg’s death; black mail from judge Brack regarding to her scandal tha...   [tags: Suicide, Suicide methods, Hedda Gabler]

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Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

- During the 1890s, females were expected to accept the idea that men had more power in society (Spacks 155-156). Hedda Gabler is an example of a female character who deliberately refutes this idea, and does this in an unconventional way. Instead of attempting to gain power within society through politics or academic achievement, Hedda’s lust for power is satisfied by exerting control over the people around her. Tessman, Hedda’s husband, is defenseless to Hedda’s control throughout the play, however Hedda finds little enjoyment in controlling him (Spacks 157)....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Control]

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Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

- ‘Hedda Gabler’ is a play written by Norwegian writer Henrik Isben. Ibsen was born on March the 20th 1828 in Norway to a merchant father and a painter mother. After working as a pharmacist and then rejecting the idea of studying in University, Ibsen turned to writing. His first few pieces did not do too well, but a lot of his later plays were a huge success, in particular ‘A Doll’s House’ (1879) and of course, ‘Hedda Gabler’ (1890). Hedda Gabler is the story about a woman named Hedda who is ultimately trapped in a loveless and meaningful marriage....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Woman, KILL]

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Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

- Hedda Gabler, the main character in Henrik Ibsen’s 1891 play titled Hedda Gabler, presents a unique role that many aspiring young actresses have been drawn to for decades. She was a woman before her time, her repellent personality can be argued as evil incarnated or simply due to a misunderstood and misplaced life. Regardless of the motives, it is no doubt that Hedda’s actions throughout the play are fascinatingly malevolent. This seemingly unmerciless character can be portrayed on the screen or stage in many styles because of her mysterious nature (Isherwood)....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Andreas Wilson]

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Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

- Everyone has faults, some people are greedy, some don’t know how to use manners, and others neglect a person’s feeling all together. Most of the time people just have one “fault” that they try to get better at. In Hedda’s case, she has all three problems but she encourages them instead of trying to learn to control them. In the play Hedda Gabler the author Henrik Ibsen shows that Hedda’s ill-behaved manners, greed for power and lack of emotional understanding of others will come back and bite her in the butt....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Emotion, Feeling]

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Ethical Analysis of Online Gambling

- Ethical Analysis of Online Gambling Introduction Open up your email over a long weekend and you’ll likely find a plethora of online casino advertisements. “Welcome Bonus up to $150 free!” Ask the traditional land based casino gambler on whether he would gamble online and his first reaction would likely be “Are you nuts?” When gambling at land based casinos, games are likely to be fair because the consequences of cheating by casino operators are disastrous. Casinos found to offer rigged games will lose their gambling licenses permanently....   [tags: Gamblers Addictions Essays]

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Proctor & Gamble

- Proctor & Gamble The alarm sounds bright and early at 7:30 am, you fall out of bed, stumble down the hall Crest toothpaste in hand, brush your teeth, grab your school bag and your off to class. Fast forward to 12:00 pm—lunch. You get a scrumptious Italian hoagie—hold the mayo, extra oil—from Joegies and a can of Sour Cream and Onion Pringles. Later that night you notice a nice big oil stain on your Abercrombie & Fitch shirt from your delicious hoagie you had for lunch—time to do the laundry....   [tags: Proctor Gamble Business Papers]

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Analysis Of Henrik Ibsen 's ' Hedda Gabler '

- Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen is a play about Hedda, a woman living in Christiana, Norway in the 1860’s who manipulates others, but her efforts produce negative results. During this era, there were Victorian values and ethics which were followed by almost all. The main values comprised of women always marrying and, their husbands taking care of them. Women were always accompanied by chaperone and were not allowed to be left alone with an unfamiliar male. It was Bertrand Russell who said “It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, that prevents us from living freely and nobly”....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen]

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Hedda Gabler : A Unique And Extraordinary Person

- The character of Hedda Gabler in Ibsen’s play is a unique and extraordinary person. There has been a lot of public dislike towards her and seen as a very manipulative, cold and even masculine portrayal of a woman. As stated by Jones “has imagination, and an intense appetite for beauty, she has no conscience, no conviction: with plenty of cleverness, energy, and personal fascination she remains mean, envious, insolent, cruel in protest against others ' happiness, fiendish in her dislike of inartistic people and things, a bully in reaction from her own cowardice." (2)....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Psychoanalysis, Woman]

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Henrik Ibsen 's Hedda Gabler

- Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler challenges feminine stereotypes through following the life of Hedda, who longs to find excitement in her mundane marriage. After her recent marriage to Tesman, Hedda returns to her new home only to hate its lackluster appearance, which corresponds to her disappointment in her new husband. Marriage traps Hedda in a world where she has little to do besides entertain guests, who she quickly manipulates to satisfy her own self interest. However, as her trickery progresses, Hedda loses control of other characters, and attempts to redeem herself through the use of pistols....   [tags: Henrik Ibsen, Hedda Gabler, Woman, Handgun]

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The Character of Hedda Gabler in Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

- The Character of  Hedda Gabler       Hedda Gabler is perhaps one of the most interesting characters in Ibsen.  She has been the object of psychological analysis since her creation.  She is an interesting case indeed, for to "explain" Hedda one must rely on the hints Ibsen gives us from her past and the lines of dialogue that reveal the type of person she is.  The reader never views Hedda directly.  We never get a soliloquy in which she bares her heart and motives to the audience.  Hedda is as indifferent to our analysis as she is to Tesman's excitement over his slippers when she says "I really don't care about it" (Ibsen  8).  But a good psychologist knows that even this indifference is t...   [tags: Hedda Gabler Essays]

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Themes in Hedda Gabler

- Hedda Gabler According to John T. Shipley, Hedda Gabler "…presents no social theme" (333). He asserts this argument with evidence that the themes that are presented in the play are of no importance with relevance to the time period it was written. Although John R. Shipley might have a prevalent argument, the social topics that are presented in Hedda Gabler are timeless and are present even in today’s world as they were long before the time of Hedda Gabler. Therefore, Mr. John T. Shipley is mistaken when stating that there is a lack of social themes in Hedda Gabler because issues such as “bourgeoisie” versus aristocracy, social class, public image, scandal, and gender sexuality flood the ent...   [tags: Hedda Gabler]

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Analysis Of Henrik Ibsen 's ' Hedda Gabler '

- Hedda Gabler is the main character in Henrik Ibsen’s play, Hedda Gabler. This play is a drama written in the 1890’s, in Norway. Medea is also the main character of a play, Medea, written by Euripides. This play is a tragedy written in about 430 BC, ancient Greek, Athens. Hedda Gabler and Medea are both manipulative women who interfere with the lives of others; however, Hedda manipulates because of her desperation for freedom whereas Medea manipulates because of her desperation for revenge. Hedda does not care for the feelings of others....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Suicide]

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A Psychoanalytic Reading of Hedda Gabler

- A Psychoanalytic Reading of Hedda Gabler Attempting a psychoanalytic reading of a given text is a bit like attempting to understand a city by examining its sewer system: helpful, yet limited. There are several reasons for using psychoanalysis as a critical literary theory; the critic might be interested in gleaning some sort of subconscious authorial intent, approaching the text as a "cathartic documentation" (my own term) of the author's psyche; the method might be useful in judging whether characters are well-rendered, whether they are truly three-dimensional and, therefore, worth our while as readers (thus satisfying the pleasure principle); finally, in a larger sense, the psychoa...   [tags: Hedda Gabler Essays]

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Social Issues in Hedda Gabler

- Social Issues in Hedda Gabler It has been suggested that Hedda Gabler is a drama about the individual psyche -- a mere character study. It has even been written that Hedda Gabler "presents no social theme" (Shipley 333). On the contrary, I have found social issues and themes abundant in this work. The character of Hedda Gabler centers around society and social issues. Her high social rank is indicated from the beginning, as Miss Tesman says of Hedda, "General Gabler's daughter. What a life she had in the general's day!" (Ibsen 672)....   [tags: Hedda Gabler Essays]

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Why People Gamble

- Why People Gamble For centuries, people have indulged in different types of gambling: poker, horse races, bingo, lottery, and slot machines. Gambling has seduced any and almost everyone between the ages of sixteen and ninety years old. Before turning eighteen, the legal age of casino and horse race admittance, those younger make monetary bets on football and high school stunts. Gambling is even more prevalent today than it was yesterday with the added attraction of on-line casinos, offering jackpot equivalent to twenty years salary in exchange for a credit card / debit card number....   [tags: Gambling Addiction Money Essays]

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Oppression in Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

- Oppression in Ibsen's Hedda Gabler One of the social issues dealt with in Ibsen's problem plays is the oppression of women by conventions limiting them to a domestic life. In Hedda Gabler the heroine struggles to satisfy her ambitious and independent intellect within the narrow role society allows her. Unable to be creative in the way she desires, Hedda's passions become destructive both to others and herself. Raised by a general (Ibsen 1444), Hedda has the character of a leader and is wholly unsuited to the role of "suburban housewife" (1461)....   [tags: Hedda Gabler Essays]

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The Death Of Van Ilyich By Leo Tolstoy And Hedda Gabler

- Do we plan how we live our own life without following the society or do we live a life that follow what people in the higher level of society consider to be proper. Choosing how to live our life. However even if you chooses to dictate your own life without following what the society tells you to do; can you really achieve that freedom. In two book the “Death of Van Ilyich” by Leo Tolstoy and “Hedda Gabler” by Henrik Ibsen we’ll see two different person who choose to walk two different path. Ivan Ilyich from the book “Death of Ivan Ilyich” by Leo Tolstoy live what he thinks to be proper life....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Anton Chekhov]

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Analysis Of Henrik Ibsen 's ' Hedda Gabler '

- The first snowfall signals the true arrival of the winter season in the Canadian tundra and woodland. A gray wolf sets out on a hunting expedition in the fresh, brisk air of the morning. A young, innocent bison, has been separated from its herd, it will soon be killed. In the eye’s of an unaware onlooker, the act is pure evil; that little bison did not deserve to die; however, the wolf is a mother and has hungry pups to feed. The pups would otherwise starve to death if she didn’t go hunting. Hedda Gabler is that wolf in Henrik Ibsen’s play Hedda Gabler....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen, Marriage, Love]

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Hedda Gabbler and Miss. Julie: The Ultimate Escape from Life

- What causes a person to commit suicide. This has been an age-old question that is never easily (if ever) answered. Literature has been a great source in which to address the complexity of such a horrific self-act. Two exemplary dramatic literary authors tackled this subject head on within two years of eachother in Henrik Ibsen’s 1890 “Hedda Gabbler,” and August Strindberg’s 1888 “Miss Julie.” A woman’s life in the late 19th century was very difficult. James McFarlane frankly generally describes a middle and upper class women’s dilemma during this time period in his introduction to Henrik Ibsen Four Major Plays: “These women of the modern age, mistreated as daughters, as sisters, as wives, no...   [tags: Character Analysis ]

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Henrik Ibsen 's A Doll 's House And Hedda Gabbler

- Henrik Ibsen was a Norwegian poet, playwright, and theatre director during the 19th century, Ibsen has been considered one of the most important and influential dramatists of his time, often referred to as the father of realism and a leading activist in the, revolution and transformation of modern drama. This is especially evident through his plays A Doll’s House and Hedda Gabbler. Ibsen is also associated as being one of the first advocates for women 's rights. Through his plays, Ibsen challenged society, the values of the class systems, and the liberties and basic rights of an individual....   [tags: Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House, Norway]

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Hedda Gabbler, by Henrik Ibsen and Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert

- The role of a woman remains the same throughout human history. Many women prepare for the role of wife and mother from an early age. If one is not married at a certain age then they are labeled as a spinster, a prude. Hedda Gabler and Emma Bovary fearful of being dubbed as a spinster, marry men whom they both despised. During the mid 1800’s, Emma Bovary’s period: women considered inferior to their male counterparts, they could not divorce their husbands, and their husbands essentially own them. Alas during Hedda Gabler’s setting, nothing changes....   [tags: Role of Women, Society]

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Comparing and Contrasting the Purpose of Self-Punishment in Sophocles' Oedipus Rex and Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

- Characters that stand out are the ones that commit ludicrous actions such as self-punishment, to convey curiosity and to make a story more creative and entertaining. Self-punishment is something that both Sophocles and Henrik Ibsen incorporated into their stories, it is a way of relieving pain, suffering or an act of avoidance, which is portrayed in the play Oedipus Rex (429BC) and Hedda Gabler (1890). Hedda Gabler and Oedipus both find a way of relieving themselves through self-punishment, simply because it is the only way of overcoming their obstacles....   [tags: oedipus rex, hedda gabler]

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Pursuit of Freedom Depicted in Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler and Albert Camus’ The Stranger

- One’s own Freedom is what one desires to control the most in life. Yet in both Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler and Albert Camus’ The Stranger, Hedda and Meursault do not have this influence over themselves, because external factors force them to live their lives according to the society they live in. In both Hedda Gabler and The Stranger the main character are constantly reminded of the life they do not want through ordinary objects that typically represent life. By destroying them, Hedda and Meursault are trying to gain control of their lives and freedom....   [tags: Hedda Gabler, The Stranger]

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Complusive Gambling

- Complusive Gambling Compulsive gambling is a very addictive disease that can cost you more than its worth. So why do people become compulsive gamblers. In America 2-3% of adults are afflicted by this addiction. Four out of Five compulsive gamblers are men. Over 90% of compulsive gamblers have gambled since their mid-teens. There are many reasons why people become compulsive gamblers. Throughout my paper I will go over many types of research that have been done on this disorder and show you a variety of reasons why people subject themselves to this behavior....   [tags: Problem Gamblers Addiction Essays Papers]

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Use of Theme, Setting, and Time in Ibsen's Hedda Gabler

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- Character Analysis of Hedda from Henrik Ibesen's Hedda Gabler Henrik Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler portrays the life of a young newlywed woman named Hedda and her attemps to overpower the people around her. Ibsen succsessfully depicts the very masculine traits that Hedda displays throughout the play with not wanting to conform to the feminine ways or the accepted stereotypes of her gender in her society. Hedda's marriage to her husband, Mr. Tesman, only increases her desire for power because it is a constant re- minder that she now "belongs" to Mr....   [tags: Henrik Ibsen Hedda Gabler Plays Essays]

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Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler and Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children

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Swot Analysis Of Proctor And Gamble

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Proctor & Gamble in Singapore

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