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  • Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov

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    Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov Dostoevsky first presents Smerdyakov, in The Brothers Karamazov, in Book 3 of Part 1. The author divulges details of the conception of the fourth son of Fyodor Pavovich Karamazov. Late on a September evening, a drunk Fyodor, by modern standards, "rapes" a homeless woman. Stinking Lizaveta, the victim of Fyodor's violence, was a legend in the town. Regardless of her unattractive and dirty appearance, her poverty, and homelessness, the townspeople regarded her

  • Suffering and Salvation in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov

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    in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov Condemned to be shot by a firing squad for radical ideas, the author of The Brothers Karamazov once found himself seconds away from death, only to be granted a reprieve moments before the firing. Although only a method intended to teach him a lesson, the trick had quite a harrowing effect on Dostoevsky. After his close encounter with death, Dostoevsky underwent a total change, and so all of his new notions became a part of "The Brothers Karamazov", which

  • Analysis of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers

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    Analysis of Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers Tell me it’s not true Say it’s just a story These words echoed in my head as I entered the Phoenix Theatre. I had had past experience with “Blood Brothers” by singing the heartbreaking ballad “Tell Me It’s Not True” in a past show. Therefore I anticipated that the performance I was about to watch was going to be a roller coaster of emotions, with bitter consequences. I expected a first class show with strong, slick performances from the

  • The Value of Bar Mitzvah

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    This is a Torah portion that I feel represented my values as a whole. The portion is a part of the Parsha Ha-Shavuah which centers on the story of Sarah (Abrahams wife) having a baby at a very old age, and the details around that. Included in the part that I’m reading, theres emphasis that you should be generally hospitable towards others, and that families don’t always follow “Traditional” patterns. Now, let me explain my values and how they fit into that Parsha: Humor- Humor is important

  • A Different Tale of Hansel and Gretel

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    “Mother will be alright,” the woodcutter stated, gently patting his daughter. Gretel wiped away the tears in her eyes. She told herself that she should stay strong, at least for her father. The maid ran out of the room, her hands covered in blood and an apparent worry glooming like the storm clouds outside. She whispered something barely audible and her father rushed in. He came out carrying a child in his arms but tears were dripping out of his eyes. Father handed her Hansel as he tried to

  • Characteristics Of Sleeping Beauty

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    around 1330 and 1344 and first printed in 1528, a beautiful princess has a curse put on her and only a prince can break the spell. But because of how old the tale is, there are many different variations including "Little Briar Rose" by the Grimm Brothers, "The Beauty Sleeping

  • The Marx Brothers

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    The Marx Brothers In his book entitled Creating Minds, Howard Gardner (1993) engaged in a thorough study of creativity. He did this by studying the lives of exceptional creators in seven different domains in search of trends that could be readily identified and, perhaps, even help to paint a clearer picture of what the ingredients for creativity are. After examining these creators' lives he came to some conclusions based on the trends he identified and formed a model of creativity. In order

  • The Importance Of Fairy Tales

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    Literature has always been a part of society. Some is deemed superior to others and have unique, artistic merit. Some is read as adolescents. A large portion of literature for growing children is fairy tales. Modern fairy tales are about Alice falling down a rabbit hole, into Wonderland, or Dorothy traveling to Oz. The old classics are Cinderella and her glass slipper, or the adventures of Peter Pan in Neverland. Fairy tales are extremely popular around the world. Statistics show that over two-hundred

  • Youth Rebellion and Counterculture

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    music and public displays of sexual and individual freedom. Unfortunately, Janis did not live long enough to see the women's movement, in which she played a notable role. In Where the Girls Are, Susan Douglas talks about herself as part of the baby boom generation. From the beginning of the book, she concentrates on the media's role in the female psyche. She begins by describing the fact that her generation was extremely large, and the media knew it. Douglas talks about the media's role in

  • A Grim View on the Grimms’ Class Message

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    Aesop’s most famous fables, the dastardly Wolf in Sheep’s clothing consumes a delicious meal of lamb and teaches the moral that appearances can be deceiving. Indeed, this principle is useful in dissecting the seemingly innocuous editing work of the Brothers Grimm. At first glance, it appears that the general changes enacted by the Grimms in their stories are nothing more than simple acts of censorship designed to achieve compliancy with the teachings of the Bible. However, a closer look reveals that