Arch-Deceiver Essays

  • Women in Tickets Please are More Assertive than Those in Tony Kyters, The Arch Deceiver

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    Women in Tickets Please are More Assertive than Those in Tony Kyters, The Arch Deceiver 'Tickets Please' was written by D.H. Lawrence in the ending phase of World War One a time when women were beginning to realise that they were equal citizens to men and that they did not have to stay at the houses cooking for a loving husband. The protagonists of this short story are Annie a rather well build woman who has a way with the opposite sex and also knows fully well that she is feared as the

  • The Unexpected and Tony Kites Arch Deceiver

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    Compare And Contrast The Unexpected and Tony Kites Arch Deceiver Both these short stories are similar because the time they were written at (19th Century) but different in tone. The narrative "The Unexpected" has a more serious manner to it because of the way women were treated at the time. At the time, women were not allowed to vote, women did not have important jobs in their society and did not have equal rights. Women were mostly dependant on men. Women married men to gain power in

  • Tony Kytes' the Arch Deceiver and Spiv in Love

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    Tony Kytes' the Arch Deceiver and Spiv in Love The Arch Deceiver is set in the 1980's as well as Spiv in love. During the 1980's men had all power, control and respect. Men controlled the world and women. In these times women relied on men for survival. But later on in the century women became more independent and worked and could live for themselves without having to lean on the shoulder of a man, due to this they also earned more respect from men. It was also harder for men to win women's

  • Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy

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    Tony Kytes the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy Tony Kytes is engaged to be married to Milly Richards, but on his way home he meets up with two more young ladies who both happen to be passed lovers. They bare both stunning and have different qualities. The two women are Hannah Jolliver and Unity Sallet. He firstly meets Unity and she asks him about his engagement, he reacts to this with the impression that he doesn't want to marry Milly; she is thrilled by the idea. Still driving along they

  • Analysis of Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy

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    Analysis of Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver by Thomas Hardy The story is about a man who is unsure about how he feels towards his fiancé. The attitude shown towards love by Tony shows that he is uncommitted. Tony is unsure about his feelings for Milly; he is united with his former girlfriends Unity and Hannah. He then confuses himself about who he wants to marry. He does not love the girls for their inner beauty but only for their physical appearance which is not counted as love this

  • Male Characters in Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver and Tickets Please

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    Kytes the Arch-Deceiver and Tickets Please. Wider Reading ============= My assignment is to compare and contrast the two male characters in the stories, 'Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver' and 'Tickets Please'. I found these two stories severely facetious. Firstly 'Tickets Please' was written by D. H. Lawrence. It was written in the 20th century. 'Tickets Please' is set in World War One as the narrator mentions "Since we are in war-time" The two stories, 'Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver' and 'Tickets

  • Descartes - Meditations

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    argument about corporeal things and establishing himself as a thinking thing. Meditations three and four discuss the existence of God and the matter of true and false. Concerning Meditation three, Descartes proves God's existence and that He is not a deceiver, thereby allowing us to be sure that we are not deceived when we perceive things clearly and distinctly. The rest of the Meditations deal with him proving himself as a thinking thing and proving that the mind is separate from the body. In Descartes’

  • Compare the portrayal of men and women in Turned and in Tony Kytes, the arch -deceiver

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    ‘Turned’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and ‘Tony kytes, the arch-deceiver’ by Thomas Hardy, are both short stories. They are about the relationships between men and women. ‘Turned’ is a more severe story. It is about a man called Mr Marroner going abroad for work, and his wife finding out that Mr Marroner had slept with their servant Gerta. Gerta then becomes pregnant and, consequently Mrs Marroner tells Gerta to leave. However, Mrs Marroner soon realises that it was Mr Marroner’s fault, and therefore

  • The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl, The Tell Tale Heart And Tony Kytes, The Arch Deceiver

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    The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl, The Tell Tale Heart And Tony Kytes, The Arch Deceiver For My GCSE Wider Reading Unit (WRU) I have chosen to compare the 19th century novel 'The Tell-Tale Heart' written in 18__ by Edgar Allan Poe and the 20th century novel 'The Fruit At The Bottom Of The Bowl' by Ray Bradbury written in 19__. I have also chosen the story 'Tony Kytes, The Arch Deceiver' written in ____ by Thomas Hardy, to find the contrasts between all tree stories as it doesn't share

  • Legacy of Rome and Christianity

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    Legacy of Rome and Christianity Christianity came into existence almost 2000 years ago. Christianity, like Judaism, rose from obscurity to become the dominant religion of Western culture. Christianity also became the dominant faith of Rome at the end of fourth century A.D. (Matthews 157.) Both Christianity and Rome influenced Europe in a number of ways. Christianity soon became the greater part of the empire. Between 284 and 476, Roman civilization went through two stages. One stage

  • An Analysis Of The Great Hall And Moroccan Courtroom

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    As soon as you walk into the Metropolitan Museum of Art, there is an overpowering sense of culture and aesthetics. One work you’ll notice as soon as you enter the museum is the Great Hall, which is both grand and visually attractive. It contains intricate moldings on the surface of the walls, with a ceiling height comparable to an ancient Catholic church. The Great Hall isn’t the only visually appealing work; the Moroccan Courtyard is as well. The courtyard leaves you mesmerized by sheer beauty and

  • Architectural Study at Cal Poly

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    got it. After the campus president, heard of this, he gave nine acres of land in poly canyon for the students to build on. The first of eighteen student built structures is an enormous stone arch that marks the entrance. Here there is a map showing all of the projects and their locations. Past the arch is a rock wall where the faces of the creators are engraved in the stone. This wall marks a path leading to Techtite Bridge which was another student project. The next project on the path is

  • Truss Bridge

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    6.2.1.1.2 Arch Bridge Arch bridges have pier at each end. The weight of the bridge is thrust into the pier at either side. The earliest known arch bridges were built by the Greeks, and include the Arkadiko Bridge. Image 05: Arch bridge[12]. 6.2.1.1.3 Suspension Bridge The Suspension bridges are suspended from cables. The earliest suspension bridges were made of ropes

  • Modernism And The Industrial Revolution

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    had run its course. Sculptors has made stone look as authentic as possible, painters had made the flattened out surface of the work’s plane as authentic as possible to compare to the horizon, and Architects had facsimiled the Greek temple and roman arch for everything up to the garden shed, the time of illusion through ascendance of materials was drawing to a terminus, and an incipient era of veraciously and benevolence to materials was arising. Modernism therefore, is both a replication to industrial

  • Love and Lust in Most Like an Arch, When You Are Old and Other Poems

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    Love and Lust in Most Like an Arch, When You Are Old and Other Poems I have chosen to compare and contrast three "love" poems with three "lust" poems from our text, An Introduction to Poetry (9th edition, Kennedy and Gioia, Longman Publishing). I feel that poems about true love often incorporate themes of duration, unity and longevity; all lasting sentiments. Conversely, poems of a lusty nature convey the sentiment that the feeling is transitory, and must be pounced on immediately (before we get

  • Gothic Architecture Research Paper

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    Gothic Architecture was the most fascinating Medieval Architecture was the most beautiful architecture and art that ever existed. All the characteristics for the cathedrals and buildings were truly beautiful. Arches were a member of the characteristics, but the arches have an important purpose. Architecture is fabulous and has a great history. There are many different characteristics when it comes to building here are some. The one’s that are major are the Gargoyles, vaulting ceiling and stained

  • Suspension Bridge: The George Washington Bridge

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    vBridge is a structure that allows you to go over obstacles such as valleys, rough terrain or water by spanning those obstacles with natural or manmade materials. In the past people invented bridges to cross small distance over simple obstacle such as a pond, they used a simple logs or two vines and put it over the distance they wanted to cross. However, today bridges are much more complex. Todays bridges are made of stone, wood, steel, and reinforced concrete. Metals such as aluminum, titanium.

  • • How Is The Entrance To The Atrium Emphasized?

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    you first enter the atrium you completely feel like you are somewhere else. The resemblance of the architecture with the ones in Europe are amazing. The first thing that came to my mind when I saw the very first monument to enter was the Triunphal Arch , in Paris. b. How is the entrance to the museum emphasized?

  • Review of Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU

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    Review of Behind the Arch: The Truth about Drinking at BVU Behind the Arch: The Truth About Drinking at BVU, by Chris Allen, Alisa Dixson, Jennifer Durham, Shelley Katzer, Max Kenkel, Teri Kramer, Toby Malavong, and Courtney Weller, is a book about drinking at Buena Vista University. It was written because the University of Illinois did a survey on colleges around the county about their drinking habits. When some BVU students read it, some did not think it was accurate, so, they did their own

  • Development Of Concrete And The Arch

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    development of both concrete and the arch. Include the importance of each in the life of Rome and the results of their use. This class has examined the various accomplishments of ancient Rome, many that have been carried on throughout time and influenced numerous cultures around the world. Amongst those accomplishments were the development of concrete and the utilization of arches. This paper will examine the Roman development of both concrete and the infamous concrete arch that is utilized in many modern