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    Comparing Death in D.H. Lawrence’s The Horse Dealer’s Daughter and Katherine Mansfield’s The Garden Party Controlling the movements of the short stories, death is a regnant theme in D.H. Lawrence’s “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter” and Katherine Mansfield’s “The Garden Party.” Death brings forth consciousness and it excites the need for an epiphany within the protagonists. To a lesser extent, death creates tremors in the worlds of the antagonists. Death furthermore makes the indifferences of the

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    Vitality and Death in James Joyce's The Dead

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    paper ... ... Gale, 1990. 239-245. Friedrich, Gerhard. "The Perspective of Joyce’s ‘Dubliners.’" College English (March 1965) Vol. 26 No. 6. Rpt. in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol. 35. Detroit: Gale, 1990. 166-169. Handy, William J. "’Joyce’s ‘The Dead.’" Modern Fiction: A Formalist Approach. Rpt. in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol. 35. Detroit: Gale, 1990. 183-189. Joyce, James. "The Dead." The Dubliners. Rpt. in The Norton Anthology of English Literature. New York:

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    Biography of T.S. Eliot

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    scaled down by Ezra Pound who thought it too long to publish. Some critics have said it is a jumble of thoughts and languages, with the end being a collage of various languages. Others have credited it with being the most influential poem of the 20th century. However, most critics agree Eliot can be recognized as the leader in the modernist movement in literature although he “has been reclassified over and over as a racist, misogynist, and a fascist…” (kirjasto.sci.fi 1). “The Waste Land” was a deeply

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    The character of Linda Loman is a very complex woman that is the glue and conscious of the family. Though she is the moral compass much of the time in the play, she also has a strong sense of naivety or she chooses to turn a blind eye to her husband and sons. There are secrets that are consistently place during the play that makes the reader believe that Linda has some knowledge of situation, even if she does not speak of it. It is possible that she realizes that her family is deluded, but always

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    The play, Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, is a powerful portrayal of a man that is fighting with illusion that he has created about his life and the delusions that haunt him at the end. The story takes us into the home of Willy Loman, an aged and weary salesman that is barely hanging on to his identity and dream. Along with Willy are his wife, Linda, and his two sons, Biff and Happy that struggle to keep as sense of family as they bitterly fight with one another. The lack of success and

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    Battle Royal, by Ralph Ellison

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    Battle Royal A Mockery on Conformity in ?Battle Royal? In contemporary America, the blacks have searched for companionship, success, and freedom, both physical and mental. Even after several years of [the] abolition of slavery, the blacks were not able to see [a white=whites] eye-to-eye. They were still [a puppet=puppets] for the white men?s show. During this era, several blacks tried to achieve success and bring themselves up to the level of whites by conforming to their direct or indirect

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    Investigating the Relationship Between the Number or Letters in a Word and the Number of Arrangements of the Letters There Are Introduction The aim of these investigations is to explore and find a relationship between the number of letters in a word and the number of arrangements of the letters there are. 1. LUCY For these investigations, I have decided to use numbers instead of letters because it will be easier to work out all of the arrangements if I can do them in numerical order

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    Metamorphosis of the Narrator in Cathedral by Raymond Carver A metamorphosis is an act of change or a transformation from one thing to another. Most associate a metamorphosis with the process in which a caterpillar turns into a beautiful butterfly. However, metamorphoses occur in humans as well. Cathedral is a story of man, the narrator, who experiences a life changing metamorphosis in an unexpected manner. The narrator is first introduced to the reader as an insensitive and ignorant man,

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    Superstitions speech

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    that superstition come from? For heavens sake how pathetic is it! Anyways for most people these are simply old wives tales and silly misconstrued stories, happenings and events. But for others these are real, they believe every word of these. For centuries people have been fascinated by these superstitions. Superstitions have bewitched, bemused and befuddled the minds of millions, billions of innocent people. Because believing superstitions is simply showing ignorance and fear of the unknown. This

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    The History of Math

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    properties may be deduced. In the past, mathematics was regarded as the science of quantity, whether of magnitudes, as in geometry, or of numbers, as in arithmetic, or of the generalization of these two fields, as in algebra. Toward the middle of the 19th century, however, mathematics came to be regarded increasingly as the science of relations, or as the science that draws necessary conclusions. This latter view encompasses mathematical or symbolic logic, the science of using symbols to provide an exact theory

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