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Human Nature in I Only Came To Use The Phone, and The Lord of the Flies

- In the Lord of the Flies and “I Only Came to Use the Phone” both authors create mini societies to portray the anarchy and the dehumanized, savage behavior going on in the outside world. Though both authors set out to show this human nature, Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, is more effective in doing so by placing objects from civilization on the island that bring out savage characteristics. These are characteristics that are hidden until isolation occurs. Golding is found more effective in showing the human nature as savage by placing fire on the island....   [tags: garcia marquez, william golding]

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Human Nature: The Lord of the Flies, and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- The authors of “I Only Came to use the Phone” and Lord of the Flies show that human nature is to be corrupt and savage. In both texts the authors use juxtaposition to show how characters in both stories effectively personify these characteristics, either by being placed in situations they are not accustomed to, or by being in power and abusing it. In “I Only Came to Use the Phone” Maria is juxtaposed against the matrons to show corruption and savagery throughout the insane asylum. In Lord of the Flies, however, Jack is juxtaposed against Ralph and Piggy to demonstrate the savagery and corruption that can is seen in Jack’s character....   [tags: garcia marquez, william golding]

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A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

- In this day and age, it is often hard for people to fully convey the depth of their message using strictly secular means of expression. In regard to literary analysis, one can derive that authors use an array of literary devices to make their stories more interesting. Personification, metaphors, similes, and hyperboles are all incorporated into both modern and ancient literature as bridge to increase the potency of the message that the author is attempting to deliver to his or her reader. In the short story, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”, Gabriel Marquez creates a character who possess wings like an angel....   [tags: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, literature]

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Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez a Champion for Latin American Solitude

- The works of the late 1982 Columbian literary Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garica Marquez reflect not only the sentiments of postcolonial Columbians, but also the surreal realities lived by Latin Americans in the New World. This surreal reality is what Marquez has become synonymous with — magic realism. The literary genre, magic realism, can be found in Marquez’s books and short stories such as 100 Years of Solitude and “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”. Literary critics and audience alike have marveled at how Marquez masterfully connected the ethereal and the mundane with such precision in diction and syntax that the narratives seem more than commonplace but actually feasible and tangible....   [tags: surreal realities, latin community]

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The Life of Federic Douglas

- Frederick Douglass wasn’t born the prolific abolitionist that he is known as today. Douglass observed and faced experiences that helped shape and form the resolve he had to escape and try to end slavery. Frightening and sadistic scenes such as the whipping of Aunt Hester was what opened Douglass’s young eyes to slavery, eyes that where then innocent to the atrocities of slavery. Since realizing the actuality of his predicament Douglass achieved the mental and physical liberty that would help transform the slave Frederick Bailey into the Frederick Douglass the man....   [tags: slavery, abolitionist movement]

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True Character in Gabriel Garcia Marquez´ A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings: A tale for Children

- In the short story, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings: A tale for Children” the author Gabriel Márquez initially describes a very sad setting, one filled with gloom and heavy symbolism. Throughout the story, Márquez shows people’s inability to look past the cover of a book, and into one’s true character. In my opinion, the short story “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” is filled with corruption as evidenced by the gloomy setting and infiltration of crabs, mistreatment of an angel, and inability to get past one’s own religious ignorance....   [tags: Stereotype, Gloom, Corruption]

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Women's Role in Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- In Latin America, women are treated differently from men and children. They do lots of work for unexplainable reasons. Others for religious reasons and family orders and others because of the men involved. Women are like objects to men and have to obey their orders to either be rich or to live. Some have sex to get the men’s approval, others marry a rich man that they don’t even know very well, and become slaves. An important book called Chronicles of a Death Foretold is an example of how these women are treated....   [tags: Gabriel Garcia Marquez]

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Magical Realism in The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

- The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World An incredibly large object washes toward the shore. Not until the floating mass washes ashore, do the children realize that this is a man, a drowned man. At first, the children amused themselves by playing with the body, burying the corpse, digging it up and re-burying it over and over. Men from the village noticed their play and alerted the others in the village. The body was taken into the village, laid out on the floor, and upon examination, the villagers realized that he was a stranger, not from their village....   [tags: World Literature]

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Gabriel García Márquez and Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- ... The narrator states that “it was [Maria] who did away with my generation’s virginity” (65). Garcia Marquez uses a hyperbole to portray how crucial Maria Cervantes’s contradictory role is in the men’s lives. She embraces her sexuality and is very open. In addition she also “taught [the men] much more than [they] should have learned, but she taught us above all that there’s no place in life sadder than an empty bed” (65). She reinforces the idea that sexuality should not be repressed because that would only bring on loneliness and despair....   [tags: story and character analysis]

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Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- Chronicle of a Death Foretold In Chronicle of a Death Foretold, the narrator tells us that two people were responsible for the death of Santiago Nasar, however the narrator is wrong. Ignorance killed Santiago Nasar. There are three specific townsfolk responsible for the murder; Leandro Pornoy, Divina Flor, and Colonel Lazaro Aponte. Each of these three people had an equal opportunity to stop the murder; however each person’s ignorance caused them to fail in their duty as a fellow citizen. It was their duty after they heard of the Vicario brothers’ plot to kill Santiago Nasar to do whatever was necessary to stop the murder; however none of them took enough initiative to prevent the murder fr...   [tags: English Literature Gabriel Garcia Marquez]

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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez

- The banana massacre in One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, is the striking of the banana workers organized by Jose Aureliano Segundo. The plan was that the banana plantation workers would get together and go on strike in protest of the inhumane working conditions. This also parallels the act of Colonel Aureliano Buendia who also fought for the rights of the working class during his generation. Macondo was placed under martial law, which “…enabled the army the functions of arbitrator in the controversy, but no effort at conciliation was made.” (Page 303)....   [tags: the banana massacre, story analysis]

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Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel García Márquez

- When I first read Chronicle of a Death Foretold, I did not pay close attention to the deflating of authority with the characters Poncio Vicario, Colonel Aponte, and Father Amador. After listening to the presentations, everything made more sense. The true depth of the Vicario brothers’ threat to kill Santiago fails to be recognized by those in authority. The most respected official of the town, Colonel Aponte, does little to prevent the murder and fails to uphold the honor he has been charged with protecting....   [tags: poncio vicario, colonel aponte, father amador]

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How A Single Man Unintentionally Changed A Civilization

- How A Single Man Unintentionally Changed A Civilization You can see throughout actual history that there have been great and terrible leaders that have not just changed a culture's history, but even the world. In the story of The Handsomest Drowned Man In The World, you can see firsthand that this can be true. Even though this story is thought to be a fictional story about a man from a faraway place, who washed ashore in a barren landscape. In the third paragraph, second and third sentences: "The village was made up of only twenty-odd wooden houses that had stone courtyards with no flowers and which were spread about on the end of a desertlike cape....   [tags: Short Story Analysis Gabriel Garcia Marquez Single]

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Biografia de Gabriel José García Márquez

- Gabriel José García Márquez nació en Aracataca, Colombia. Debido a la mala situación económica de sus padres, se crió en el cuidado de sus abuelos. Sus abuelos son personas que tuvieron mucha influencia con la carrera literaria del Márquez. Más prominente es su abuela, que tuvo muchos cuentos de demonios y fantasmas. García Márquez comenzó su trabajo con periodista, y escribió muchas obras de no ficción pero también las novelas. Temas que su literatura se centren la violencia en Colombia y la soledad de algunas personas....   [tags: colombiano, cuento, abuelos]

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Honor in Gabriel García Márquez's Chronicle of a Death Foretold

-   Values are a vital part of any community. They shape the identity of a culture and help to form the identity of each individual in that society. Sometimes these embedded values have more power over a person than anyone would like to admit. Gabriel García Márquez shows the power of the value of honor in his book, Chronicle of a Death Foretold. In García Márquez’s writing, the theme of honor shows to have control over most of the characters. Through the many characters in García Márquez’s book, we can see that the heavy burden of one’s honor is portrayed as the reason for Santiago Nasar’s unfortunate homicide....   [tags: Chronicle of a Death Foretold]

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100 Años de Soledad Gabriel García Márquez

- Vine a Comala porque me dijeron que acá vivía mi padre, un tal Pedro Páramo. Mi madre me lo dijo. Y yo le prometí que vendría a verlo en cuanto ella muriera. Le apreté sus manos en señal de que lo haría; pues ella estaba por morirse y yo en plan de prometerlo todo.” (Rulfo, 1). Mexicano y escritor, Juan Rulfo sin duda de los mejores escritores que ha tenido México y Latinoamérica, el junto con otros autores son parte del “PreBoom Literario” con su segunda obra “Pedro Páramo” el cual fue uno de los libros con mas ventas en el mundo....   [tags: Juan Rulfo, boom literario]

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Gabriel García Márquez's Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- Santiago Nasar, known as a playboy, handsome, rich, and a man of superficial traits in his town of Colombia is the protagonist in Gabriel García Márquez novel, Chronicle of a Death Foretold. His antagonist, and ultimately his demise, is Angela Vicario. Angela is a common girl with a "helpless air and a poverty of spirit that augured an uncertain future for her" (page 32). In the course of events, Angela is married to Bayardo San Roman, a suitor of sorts, and is found out by Bayardo to be “deflowered” after she is already married to him....   [tags: Narrator Description, Setting, Literary Analysis]

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Gabriel García Márquez's Short Story 'A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings'

- Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s short story, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”, demonstrates the imprecise science behind textual reasoning by distorting the separations between the supernatural and the conventions of human experience. Marquez ties in the realms of magic and the physical universe in such a way that both the characters and the reader must struggle to break down the meanings that encompass the juxtaposed reality within the story. Although Garcia Marquez presents a negative view of humanity by emphasizing mankind's lack of logic and knowledge, he cites a failure of compassion as an even worse flaw....   [tags: story analysis]

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A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings by Gabril García Márquez

- People are used to specific conditions or certain circumstances, as a matter of fact, they often expect things that are relative to the context they are used to. Gabriel Garcia Marquez suggests that people are often uncomfortable when reality doesn’t fit with their expectations. The story all goes down this way, during a rainstorm, an old winged-man ends up stuck in the mud in Pelayo’s courtyard. Frightened by this mystic arrival, he decides it is better to lock this “angel” up in the chicken coop....   [tags: short story analysis]

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"Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso 1880-1920" by Mario García

- Desert Immigrants: The Mexicans of El Paso 1880-1920 analyzes and discusses the Mexican immigrants to El Paso, Texas. The most western city of the vast state of Texas, a city in the edge of the Chihuahuan desert; a place too far away from many regions of the United States, but as Mario García explains a very important city during the development of the western United States. He begins explaining how El Paso’s proximity to different railroads coming from México and the United States converged there, which allowed El Paso to become an “instant city”, as mining, smelting, and ranching came to region....   [tags: Mexican immigrants]

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Lust in Madame Bovary and No Exit

- In Flaubert’s ‘Madame Bovary’, and Sartre’s ‘No Exit’ lust is a major theme. It is expressed by theprotagonist Emma Bovary, in ‘Madame Bovary’, and is conveyed through all three characters, Inez, Estelle and Garcin, in ‘No Exit’. Emma’s life is observed intricately through an omniscient narrator who engages in realistic descriptions of her life. She is a tragic and unfulfilled dreamer. She aspires to have an aristocratic life, although she is clearly from the bourgeois class. She continuously seeks ways to initiate the romantic fantasies and illusions that she has gained from romantic novels, into her everyday life, one of the major factors that have led to her ruin....   [tags: Character Analysis, Inez, Estelle and Garcin]

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding and The Phone by Gabriel García Marquez

- Throughout both stories, “The Lord of the Flies” by William Golding, and “The Phone” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, some characters abuse their power. Although most people abuse power when it is given to them, these characters use it in unique, uncommon ways. In the Lord of the Flies, the abuse of power is used in several different ways. For example, once Ralph met Piggy, he immediately realized he was “different” and began to call him Piggy, specifically after Piggy said he hated that name. Also, he kept reffering to him by “fat boy” and would tell him to shut up....   [tags: story analysis and comparison]

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Cien años de soledad por Gabriel García Márquez

- ... En la obra se describe, de igual manera, cómo se llevaría un sinnúmero de conflictos liderados principalmente por un personaje homólogo a Rafael Uribe Uribe: el coronel Aureliano Buendía. Por lo que se refiere a los contextos sociales, existen dos datos que se relacionan de igual manera con el contexto histórico colombiano. El primer dato se relaciona con la llegada del ferrocarril a Colombia. En 1882 se funda el Ferrocarril de Santa Marta, que sirvió principalmente para el transporte y comercialización del banano en Colombia por la empresa norteamericana “Santa Marta Railway Company United”....   [tags: historia, realismo mágico]

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One Hundred Years of Solitude

- “Races condemned to one hundred years of solitude did not have a second opportunity on this earth (Marquez 417),” Gabriel Garcia Marquez makes these powerful last words in One Hundred Years of Solitude ring true. Marquez demonstrates through many examples that human beings cannot exist in isolation. In order for the race to survive, people must be independent. Examples of solitude are found throughout the one hundred year life of the Buendia family and Macondo. Solitude in OHYOS reveals both physical and emotional aspects by being shown individually, geographically, and romantically....   [tags: Gabriel García Marquez novel]

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Religion in The Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- In The Chronicle of a Death Foretold, religion acts as a foremost determinant of the meaning of Santiago’s murder and parallels biblical passages. Gabriel García Márquez employs religious symbolism throughout his novella which alludes to Christ, his familiars, and his death on the cross. There are many representations throughout the novella that portray these biblical references, such as the murder of Santiago, the Divine Face, the cock’s crowing and the characters, Bayardo San Roman, Maria Cervantes, Divina Flor, and the Vicario children....   [tags: Gabriel García Márquez]

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Angel Perceptions in Gabriel García Márquez’s A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

- Society has placed an emphasis on perfection in a modern day world where a slight deficiency labels good people as failures. A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings by Gabriel García Márquez demonstrates how mental depictions of past perfections can change an awesome being into merely an aberration. The common conception of angels that has been passed down throughout generations is extremely specific, leaving no room for error. Much as the past can change your expectations of the future to unattainable heights, angels of the past allow a normal man to be the opposite of an angel to everyone around him....   [tags: Literary Criticism]

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The English Composition II Has Unexpectedly Improved My Writing Into An Academic Level

- English Composition II has unexpectedly improved my writing into an academic level. As I studied various English reading and writing courses, this class “English Composition II” did not immediately caught my eye. However as I researched about the concepts of this class, the decision to make was not so difficult since I was lacking in critical thinking and the interpretation of works. Also as a Business Major, it made sense that the subject of English would be of interest to me and as a career requirement....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Poetry, Gabriel García Márquez]

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British and American Poets

- British and American Poets British and American poets are considered to be some of the most exceptional poets in history. There was a British and American movement that started a little over 200 years ago with William Wordsworth. Once the movement started with Wordsworth, it was mostly British writers, however, the past hundred years or so was filled with equally awesome American Poets. However, there was an already world-renowned poet 300 years before that, by the name of William Shakespeare....   [tags: William Wordsworth, Langston Hughes]

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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez

- One Hundred Years of Solitude is the subjective “history” of the founding family of the town of Macondo. During its early years, the town is isolated the outside world, except for a few traveling gypsies who frequent the town, selling supposedly extraordinary new technologies like ice, telescopes, and “scientific advancements” and implanting ideas of alchemy into the head of the patriarch of the Buendía family, José Arcadio Buendía. A rather impulsive and inquisitive man, he is also deeply solitary, alienating himself from other men in his obsessive investigations into the science of alchemy, taking the last of his wife, Úrsula’s, inheritance in an attempt to create gold out of other more c...   [tags: story and character analysis]

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Fruits Available in Asia

- The fruit of a lot of varieties of Garcinia are eaten in your area; some varieties' fruits are extremely confidenced in one area, but not known merely a couple of hundred kilometres away. The best-known species is the purple mangosteen (G. mangostana ), which is now planted throughout Southeast Asia and other tropical countries, having actually ended up being set up in the late 20th century. Much less popular, however still of worldwide relevance, are kandis (G. forbesii) with little round red fruits with subacid taste and melting physical nature, the lemon decrease mangosteen (G....   [tags: garcina, mangosteen, health]

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From Routine to the Renovation of the Spanish Scene During the Second Half of the Twentieth Century.

- Although the case of Xirgu’s exile is, without doubt, the most striking, it was far from it the unique one. Nevertheless, beyond the absences, what will further handicap the evolution of the Spanish theatre after the Civil War will the paralyzation of the reviving experiences that, with a special drive, were carried out during the Second Spanish Republic. A paradigmatic case is that of La Barraca, the university theatre group created and animated by Fererico García Lorca (Sáenz de la Calzada, 1998), whose staging, within a concept of itinerant theatre was very infrequent in Spain in those years, they even influenced the post-war Spanish theatre....   [tags: spanish history]

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Poema Del Cante Jondo: Popular or Elitist?

- Surrounded by a society in which poetry was the fashion, Lorca wrote this set of poems at an early age. `Poetry was a social, friendly accomplishment, natural to the society in which Garcia Lorca was born'. He was very attached to his hometown and drawn to his own culture. The poems he wrote in 1922 from the popular Andalusia music were an inspiration to many other poets. Lorca wrote Poema del cante jondo in the attempt to approximate language through his poems, and music through methods to make the writing rhythmic....   [tags: Poetry]

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The Harlem Renaissance and Langston Hughes

- Langston Hughes was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s, which was the first major movement of African- American life and culture. Hughes was influenced by living in New York City's Harlem, where his literary works helped shape American literature and politics. Hughes strong sense of racial pride helped him promote equality, celebrate African- American culture, and condemn racism through his poetry, novels, plays, essays, and children's books (America’s Library)....   [tags: african american culture, spanish civil war]

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Análisis de El Ángel Exterminador

- El ángel exterminador, Luis Buñuel (1962) Luis Buñel Portés fue un director de cine español. Nació en Teruel en el año 1900 aunque la mayor parte de su obra fue realizada en México y en Francia. Murió a los 83 años en Ciudad de México. Es considerado uno de los directores más originales e importantes de la historia del cine. Buñuel se trasladó a Madrid en el 1917 después de recibir educación religiosa que marcaría una importante tendencia en su línea personal y artística. Inició la carrera de Ingeniería Agrónoma instalándose en la residencia de estudiantes donde entabló amistad con personajes característicos de la época como Salvador Dalí o Federico García Lorca....   [tags: Luis Buñuel, spanish, surrealismo, aislamiento]

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The House of Bernarda Alba

- “May God strike you dead, you two-faced scorpion. You thorn in my flesh” , “You are out of your mind. I won’t allow it. I forbid you!’ “The House of Bernarda Alba” is a play written at the brink of the 1930s Spanish civil war by Fredrico Garcia Lorca. “A Doll’s House”, is a play written by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen in the late 1800s. Both plays portray domination as a contributory of love, predominantly by the heads of households of the respected plays. In both plays “A Doll’s House” and “The House of Bernarda Alba”, domination and love have been key elements in the development of the plays....   [tags: Theatre]

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Supermarket in Califorina and Constantly Risking Absurdity

- “A Supermarket in California” and “Constantly Risking Absurdity” Allen Ginsberg’s poem “A Supermarket in California” and Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s poem “Constantly Risking Absurdity” describe the struggle within to find beauty and self worth. Where Allen Ginsberg is lost in the market, desperately trying to find inspiration from Walt Whitman, Lawrence Ferlinghetti portrays the image of the poet frantically trying to balance on a high wire, risking not only absurdity, but also death. Both of these poems deal with their poet’s struggle to find meaning and their fears of failure....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Dramatic Techniques in Loarca´s Blood Wedding

- When Lorca wrote Blood Wedding he carefully thought about the dramatic techniques. Lorca uses off stage music, stage directions, verse, symbolism, scenes and acts and imagery to entertain the audience and to make his play feel poetry. Lorca used music as a way of discouraging his audience from the expectations of realism. Lorca said, “The use of music allows me to make the scene less realistic, and do away with the audience’s impression that what is going on is ‘really happening,’ permitting me to raise things to the level of poetry” (Lorca, trans....   [tags: Imagery, Symbolism, Death]

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Allen Ginsberg 's A Supermarket

- Allen Ginsberg’s “A Supermarket in California” exhibits stark contrasts in tone. It begins downtrodden and disheartened as the speaker wanders the dark streets alone at night under the trees. The tone soon transforms, becoming more magical and whimsical as the speaker enters the “neon fruit supermarket.” By the end of the poem we experience a shift toward a more reverent tone. Ginsberg exemplifies Whitman’s influence on his own poetry, and emulates Whitman’s rambling style. (Kriszner & Mandell, 534) I intend to explore the varying tones and themes present including an adoration for Walt Whitman by the speaker and a general sense of embracing life in all its wonder in “A Supermarket in Califo...   [tags: Walt Whitman, Allen Ginsberg, Ezra Pound]

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I Would Sacrifice Everything For You !

- I Would Sacrifice Everything for You. (Three Messages from Federico 's Falcon) I would sacrifice everything for you...Just Kidding. Ha, fooled you, huh. As if I believe that you are actually going to stay with me for me to actually believe that I am willing to sacrifice for you. Ha, Never. This is my most precious baby, my everything, as if I would just sacrifice him for the likes of you. Never. Now, Leave and please, don’t ever come back. Harsh, so harsh, but I guess you never knew real love huh....   [tags: Love, Sacrifice, Human sacrifice]

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Different Views of Tradition in Mother Courage and Her Children and Blood Wedding

- This essay is about the poetic drama written by Fredrico Garcia Lorca, Blood Wedding, and the play written by Bertolt Brecht, Mother Courage and her Children. In Blood Wedding, Fredrico Garcia Lorca focuses on the moral and social norms people usually follow. They belong to a rural society which is conservative and at times primeval; they follow and respect only the traditional values to which they are accustomed opposite to the liberal social outlooks. They can't accept conduct outside their social lifestyles....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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Waiting for Godot and The House of Bernarda Alba

- In the plays Waiting for Godot and The House of Bernarda Alba, life and death are significant concepts. Life is meaningless in Godot as they merely wait until death, whilst Bernarda Alba depicts futility of life without passion, love or freedom. The House of Bernarda Alba, through Adela’s rebellious spirit signifies living a life that is passionate, while in Waiting for Godot Beckett seems to imply that life is meaningless. Whilst Waiting for Godot focuses more on the metaphorical aspect of death, The House of Bernarda Alba takes on the literal death through Adela’s suicide....   [tags: Waiting For Godot Essays]

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The Blood Wedding and Yerma

- The greatest Spanish dramatist and poet, Frederico Lorca, wrote two books with very different plots, yet the literary elements included were very similar "The Blood Wedding" and "Yerma" portray the political and sociological views that are customary to Spain, such as male dominance, as well as family honor. In addition, both "The Blood Wedding" and "Yerma," contain the theme of human will fighting against human destiny, encompassing a broad depiction of Spanish ideology. "The Blood Wedding" and "Yerma" consistently exemplify the dominance of men in correspondence to the inferiority of women....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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World Literature Essay Number Two:

- World Literature Essay Number Two: The symbolism of Blood and Water in the play “Blood Wedding” The two word title of the play “Blood Wedding” by Frederico Garcia Lorca presents both a contradiction and a concurrence. These themes continue throughout the play, and the two words of the title are used to capture the essence of the contrasting movements of its action. The wedding symbolises the harmony of man and woman, and the continuation of life. Blood too symbolises these things, however it also evokes contrasting feelings of violence, death and destruction....   [tags: English Literature]

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Successful Organizations and their Leaders

- Organizations all over the world have their leaders to thank for their company’s success. Without good leadership organizations today would not be as successful. Many organizations invest millions to ensure that their leaders receive continuous training. Some of today’s big organizations like Apple, PF Chang’s, McDonalds, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, and Procter and Gamble have their phenomenal leaders to thank for their success. Most of us are familiar with the computer company called Apple. Apple is a giant in the computer industry and is well known amongst their competitors....   [tags: Business Management ]

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The Unjust Treatment Of Women

- Battle of the Sexes Webster’s Dictionary defines gender as the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with one sex. Throughout history, society blindly forced the idea that woman were: quiet, well-spoken, obedient, listens to men, weak/feeble, and their duty was to birth children and run the household. Women were faced with numerous accounts of prejudice due to the belief that woman were no more than those traits. The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was a moment of progress for women and marked a movement for woman’s rights that has ceased to end; however, even with the ratification of the 19th Amendment, women still face issues in the government....   [tags: Rape, Sexual intercourse, Jury]

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Racial Discrimination At The Civil Rights Act Of 1964

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Anti-Consumerism in the Works of Kerouac, Ginsberg, and Roth

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Robert Capa 's Influence On The World War II

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White Collar Crime And The Law

- Throughout history there has always been problems with company violations and the law. Big companies have been getting away with “fraud, bribe taking, price gouging, mislabeling products, or violation of tax” (Garcia and Butler, 2005, p. 904) to name a few. Since 1939 a man named Edwin Sutherland, who was a sociologist interested in the focus of professional and powerful individuals (Garcia and Butler, 2005, p. 905), was able to put a meaning to white-collar crime after the problems the large companies have created....   [tags: Crime, Criminology, Violent crime, Economics]

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A Report On The Street Side Of ' Villa Boys Gang Member Who Spray Painted The Letters '

- Introduction: This case involved a “Villa Boys” gang member who spray painted the letters “VBP” on a wooden fence. A second juvenile subject was with him at the time, who acted as a look-out. Evidence: Item 1: (1) “Rust-Oleum” can of white spray paint. Location: A single family home located at the corner of Hammond Street and Marengo Avenue. On the Hammond Street side, the house has a wooden fence along the north side of the property. Investigation: On Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at approximately 1956 hours, Officer Reinbold #7400 and I (Officer Guerrero #3310) were dispatched to 1113 Marengo Avenue, in regard to a vandalism that just occurred....   [tags: Crime, Gang, Spray painting, Painting materials]

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Do You Have The Right Of Stand Your Ground?

- Rosales 1 Daniel Rosales Professor Bell English 110-121 9-17-2014 Do you have the right to “Stand your Ground” or the “Duty to Retreat”. In 2005, Florida passed a new law called “stand your ground” or SYG. By 2006, other states started to adopt Florida’s SYG laws and currently over 20 states have them. SYG states a person has the right to use lethal force if they are in fear of great bodily harm or death and are in a place in which they can legally be (“Self”). SYG also states that a person has no “duty to retreat”....   [tags: Law, Police, Law of the United States]

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The Family Of Pascual Duarte And The House Of Bernarda Alba

- Being a parent is a full time job that by no means is easy. It takes a lot to raise a child. Usually there are many sacrifices the parent makes so their child has a better life and parents try to raise them in the best manner possible. In two different novels The Family of Pascual Duarte by Camilo Cela and The House of Bernarda Alba by Frederico Lorca, readers are introduced to two mothers who are anything but great parents. However, Bernarda is a better mother than Pascual’s mother because she was only doing what she thought was best for her daughter’s whereas Pascual’s mother didn’t always act in the best interest of her children....   [tags: Family, Marriage, The House of Bernarda Alba]

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Genealogy and Characterization

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Formal Commentary On One Hundred Years Of Solitude

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Literary Analysis: "The Stranger" and "The House of the Spirits"

- The novels The Stranger and The House of the Spirits have distinctly different plots. The authors of the books have different styles and techniques used to create their vision of a great story. In The Stranger by Albert Camus and The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende, the characters, Meursault and Esteban Garcia are established as socially distant from their associates. They have neither emotion nor remorse for anything they have done. These characters are only connected to each other through this one flaw aside the difference of individual character....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Correlations between One Hundred Years of Solitude and the Bible

- . It is with great ease to be able to read Gabriel Garcia Marquezʼ novel One Hundred Years of Solitude and relate it to the Bible. Many scenarios in the novel correspond to the stories we learn in religion class. In fact, many critics believe the Bibleʼs plot provides a foundation for the novel. Lois Parkinson Zamora has said “Like Revelation, One Hundred Years of Solitude sums up the Bible” (Bloom 51). Through Remedios the Beauty, the foolish description of Fernanda del Carpio, modernization resulting in solitude and disbelief, and the Garden of Eden Gabriel Garcia Marquez creates a correlation between the Bible and One Hundred Years of Solitude....   [tags: One Hundred Years of Solitude]

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Historical Challenges That Native American Women Have Faced

- Martha Garcia and Paula Gunn Allen both write in their essays of the challenges that Native American women have historically faced and continue to confront to this day. Major contributors to these challenges are the stereotypes and misconceptions by white male anthropologists and missionaries who studied the Native American tribes and found the women subservient and passive. Both of these authors strongly disagree in this characterization of Native American women and instead portray them as important and honored members of their tribes who will struggle but will continue to have a tremendous impact on the future of their tribes....   [tags: Native Americans]

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Violence Against Women 's Human Rights

- Problem Statement/Problem Analysis: Violence against women is the issue needing to be addressed. The problem with violence against women is a major public health problem and violations of women’s human rights (World Health Organization, 2014). Violence can result in physical, mental, and sexual act of rape (Heise, Raikes, Watts, & Zwi, 1994). The violence against women usually occurs from a family member, friend or intimate partner and sexual. Intimate partner and sexual violence are mostly perpetrated by men against women and child sexual abuse affects both boys and girls (World Health Organization, 2014)....   [tags: Domestic violence, Violence against women, Rape]

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The Evening Daycare On Campus Daycare

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Microprocessors Change the World

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Is Racism The Heart?

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Case Study of an Immigrant

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The Approach Of Care And Chronicity

- As Garcia directs extended focus towards the Foucauldian approach of care and chronicity, she does not use the lens of Gramsci on hegemony and resistance to elaborate on these themes. Gramsci’s theory should be considered as another mode of analysis to further understanding of care and chronicity, in regards to heroin addiction. Hegemony can be described as the advancement of the dominant class in establishing their interpretation of reality, in a way that is accepted by society. Gramsci’s definition of resistance is based on the national level and it involves opposition to the status quo (Kohrman 2016)....   [tags: Drug addiction, Heroin, Addiction, Health care]

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Synopsis of The Grateful Dead

- Grateful Dead The Grateful Dead was a famous rock and roll band. During the 1960’s, the band had an audience called the “deadheads”. Deadheads were a bunch of druggies. Jerry Garcia was a big part in this band before his fatal health issues came along. The Grateful Dead was a band that impacted society by breaking rules to build their career. The Grateful Dead was a famous rock and roll band throughout the 1960’s. They had a lot of ups and downs during their time as a band together. Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Phil Lesh, and Bill Kreutzmann were all in the band together....   [tags: famous rock'n'roll bands of the 1960's]

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The Latino Generation : Voices Of The New America

- The Latino Generation: Voices of the New America is a book written by Mario T. Garcia. This book tells the individual life stories of individual Latino Americans all attending the same class at University of California, Santa Barbra. The book discloses stories and events told by 13 students each who narrate from first person and give us a brief description of their life. The book is composed of 13 sections with an additional introduction and conclusion (Garcia, Kindle). Within this reflection I will describe the key points within this book and compare the stories within this book not only to each other, but also to additional stories of Latino Americans and how Garcia’s book rids the general...   [tags: United States, Hispanic and Latino Americans]

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Is Racism in the Heart? by Tommie Shelby

- Racism is not a factor of the heart, according to Tommie Shelby in “Is Racism in the ‘Heart’?” He writes “the ‘heart’ does not have to be involved in order for an action or institution to be racist” (483). Instead, Shelby argues that racism is based on the effect of a person’s actions on deepening racist institutions or promulgating the oppression of a particular group of people based on their race. The individual intention of a person or the “purity” or his or her heart does not take precedence over the effect of his or her actions....   [tags: Racism Essays]

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A Day In A Dying Empire

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Censorship And Its Effects On Society

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Meaning Value From Change Management

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I Am A Historian I

- When I decided I wanted to be a historian I was in the 8th grade I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do with history but I knew I loved it and wanted a career involving history. I chose history because I love to learn, I read everything sometimes too much, I pay very close attention to details, and I can store a lot of information on and off paper. Therefore, when I was placed in our school’s archives, it was amazing how much information was in that little room. I had no idea what an archive was exactly but I knew it involved history and kept documents....   [tags: African American, American Civil War]

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Raphael's Lorenzo De' Medici

- Christie's London announced on May 21, 2007 that Lorenzo de' Medici (1518), a portrait of sound provenance by renowned Italian Renaissance master Raffaello Sanzio, called Raphael (1483-1520), will be available for purchase as part of its Important Old Master and British Pictures auction on Thursday, July 5, 2007. On display at the esteemed auction house's King Street salerooms, beginning June 30, will be Raphael's painting, one of a handful by the artist still privately held. Owned by Ira Spanierman since 1968, issues of the work's attribution to Raphael were tackled by Sir Charles Robinson (1824-1913) and firmly resolved in 1971 by the prolific Konrad Oberhuber, former director of Vienna's...   [tags: Art Artist Raphael Medici]

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House of the Spirits Character Comparison

- Journal 5: Elaborate on the functions of Ferula, Nana, the Count, and Esteban Garcia, using a compare and contrast format. The characters Ferula, Nana, the Count, and Esteban Garcia, in the novel The House of the Spirits all have similar functions throughout the novel but they express them in different ways. Ferula and Nana are more alike because they have motherly skills and they like to care for others, while the Count and Esteban Garcia are distinctly more similar than the other because of the male chauvinist attitudes and the need to always have what they want....   [tags: Character Analysis Comparison Isabel Allende]

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The Preservation of Stories

- Within Latin American literature and life, storytelling is a great aspect. In One Hundred Years of Solitude(Solitude) by Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, storytelling is neglected while in The House of Spirits(Spirits) by Isabel Allende; stories are preserved, leading to the damnation of the Buendia’s and the survival of Alba. This is shown through the Buendia’s ignorance of the pig tale story and Melquiades’ journal. In contrast Alba, from Spirits remembers her family’s teachings and stories, such as: Uncle Marcos’ magical stories and Grandmother Clara and Uncle Nicolas’s teachings....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Form and Structure of the play Blood Wedding

- Form and Structure of the play 'Blood Wedding. Form and Structure The play 'Blood Wedding' has Three Acts and Seven scenes all together. In the first act we are introduced to all of the characters, where we see their first impressions of them. In act two we see the characters developing, learning new things. In the end we have an ending, which isn't expected and could shock the audience. Lorca was a Spanish writer so therefore his play is set in the Spanish culture. The play begins by introducing the mother and the bridegroom who are arguing about knives....   [tags: English Literature]

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The tectonic evolution and importance of Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica

- 1. Introduction Marie Byrd Land (MBL) is a massif within West Antarctica that is of critical importance in understanding the evolution of the West Antarctic Rift System (WARS). Although the WARS is comparable in size other rift systems, it is poorly understood due to extensive ice cover (LeMasurier, 2008). MBL contains exposures which inform on the behavior of the WARS over time (Cande et al., 2000; Steinberger et al., 2004) and the potential for subglacial volcanism associated with the system to destabilize the West Antarctic ice sheet, thus causing an instantaneous rise in sea level (Blankenship et al, 1993)....   [tags: West Antarctic Rift System, tectonics]

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I Visited The Mission College Program For Students With Developmental Disabilities

- On February 16, 2016, as an assignment for my Abnormal Psychology class, I visited the Mission College Program for Students with Developmental Disabilities (PSDD) in room S1-203, for a 30 minute observation. “The PSDD serves adults with developmental disabilities including but not limited to autism, pervasive developmental disorder, mental retardation, and other health impairments. Students receive instruction according to their Individual Program Plan (IPP), focusing on a variety of skill areas including but not limited to academic, communication, domestic, leisure, social, consumer and vocational skills carried out in classroom and various community settings.” (http://missioncollege.edu/...   [tags: Mental disorder, Disability, Psychiatry]

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Culture : Degenerated Of Thought Or A Sample Of Modern Generation?

- Hookup Culture – degenerated of thought or a sample of modern generation. Hookup culture is a new pattern for American college students involving transient sexual intercourse and having no expectations of a traditional romantic relationship. Hookup activities may include a broad range of sexual behaviors, such as kissing, dancing sexual, oral sex, and having sex. In recent years, hookup culture has become more popular than it was in the past, and sexual behaviors have changed over time in the United States....   [tags: Human sexual behavior, Human sexuality]

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Sartre 's Theory Of Existentialism

- It was in the 19th centuries where a French writer Jean-Paul Sartre who popularized the concept of existentialism during his play No Exit. The play was published in 1943. Sartre explained Existentialism, which states in the belief that life has no meaning. Reynolds stated that, “People should be responsible for themselves rather than make excuses for the occurrences in their life, the belief that humans have free will” ( ). Each is separate from all other individuals, so each person has the power to place himself in the position he wishes, that every individual is responsible for his actions....   [tags: Existentialism, Jean-Paul Sartre, Psychology]

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