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    An Analysis of White Teeth by Zadie Smith

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    Zadie Smith's multicultural, post colonial novel has been widely discussed in the literary world. At the age of 25, Zadie Smith captures the immensely believable lives of an aging Bangladeshi Muslim man, a too-concerned middle-class white woman poking her nose in all the wrong business, and an adolescent half-Jamaican girl with self-esteem issues. Over the span of about 30 years, the three families in the book undergo a wide web of separate but somehow connected circumstances, and Smith became

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    Mixture of Realism with Non-Realism in John Godber's Play Bouncers John Godber was born in 1956, in Upton, West Yorkshire. He graduated from Bretton Hall College, Yorkshire, England in 1978 as a qualified teacher of drama and English and went on to an M.A. in Theatre at the University of Leeds where began to write, direct and act in a succession of increasingly successful productions. His most famous and critically acclaimed play is Bouncers, which was nominated for Comedy of the Year

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    Three Traditions of International Theory

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    international relations as a condition of international society (teleological terms); and the revolutionist normative tradition illustrates international relations as a condition of harmony or single utopia in the world (ethical and prescriptive terms). Realism prioritizes national interest and security over ideology, moral concerns and social reconstructions. Realists arrived at basic condition of anarchy because there are no general measures which all countries can utilize to guide their conduct (Donnelly

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    The notion of Value

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    of a compromise and balance between utopianism and realism. Morgenthau’s Six Principles of Political Realism found relevance through its explain of and impact on the realities and day to day interactions of state actors in the international arena. In doing so Morgenthau neglected to acknowledge the significance development in the discipline which allowed the shift between the naivety of utopianism wishful thinking and the practicality of realism. This is the shift which allowed Morgenthau to comment

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    Our Town by Thornton Wilder

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    romanticizing life and making it appear grander or better than it is in reality contrasts with the realism needed in a tragedy. Realism allows the audience to form a deeper connection with the characters where the characters’ struggles become their own allowing the catharsis to ensue which is needed in order to make it a tragedy. Therefore, the people, the town itself, and the ideas in Our Town lack the realism of actual life by focusing on the nostalgic and romantic version of everything; by doing so it

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    Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic tale “Young Goodman Brown” is a good example of a short story embodying both characteristics of realism and characteristics of romanticism. M. H. Abrams defines romantic themes in prominent writers of this school in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as being five in number: (1) innovations in the materials, forms and style; (2) that the work involve a “spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings”; (3) that external nature be a persistent subject with

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    Kissinger, Metternich, Realism

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    Kissinger, Metternich, Realism Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State during the Nixon administration, sculpted his statesmanship from the realistic ideals of Prince Klemens von Metternich, who served as the Minister of Austrian Affairs nearly 160 years earlier. Although Kissinger has denied fashioning his ideas after Metternich, he believed the following to be true: legitimacy is one of the most important factors regarding revolution and war, and that disorder is far worse than injustice. Revolution

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    Melian Dialogue as interpreted through perspectives of Realism, Liberalism, and Constructivism Imagine Cleomedes, son of Lycomedes, general of the famed forces of the lustrous Athenian Empire, waiting for a trio of representatives to return from The Melian Dialogue. “Well?” he demands impatiently as they arrive, “What did they say?” As perspectives and opinions in the realm of political science are fluid and bound to change, he receives a variety of replies, for the representatives body he

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    The Reference of Theoretical Terms

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    The Reference of Theoretical Terms ABSTRACT: A popular explanation of the success of theories of science is that of scientific realism. It maintains, besides that the theories of a mature science are typically approximately true, that observational terms and theoretical terms refer to or denote entities. Therefore it is part of the realistic claim that "reference" explains "success." But if the realist is not able to clarify "reference" and a fortiori the reference on theoretical objects, the

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    Mythological Realism in Fifth Business Spellbinding like his creation Magnus Eisengrim, Robertson Davies is a wizard of the English language. Who says that Canadian literature is bland and unappealing? New York Times applauded Fifth Business – the first of the Deptford triptych – as "a marvelously enigmatic novel, elegantly written and driven by irresistible narrative force." How true this is. Dunstable Ramsay – later renamed Dunstan after St. Dunstan – may be a retired schoolteacher, but what

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