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    Nature of Man Exposed in Island of Dr. Moreau and Lord of the Flies Throughout the natural history of mankind, the human race has always held a notion of its predominance over all other creations of nature. Man has long believed that he is somehow morally superior to all other creatures, motivated by a higher source than basic instincts. Yet, the history of man is marked by an interminable string of events that would seem to contradict that theory: war, genocide, segregation, suppression, tyranny

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    together, bridging the gap of distance that exists between groups and individuals? Are we still as close as we once were when humanity itself was threatened by an unknown source such as a plague? In John Donne’s “Meditation 17”, he says that “No man is an island,” which still applies today due to the recent advancements in technology, the extensity of the media, and the laws of the government. To begin, John Donne’s simile relates today thanks to the connection of the recent technologies. Because of

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    Comparing three poems from different cultures Introduction The three poems that I will be comparing are ‘Presents from my aunts in Pakistan’ by Moniza Alvi, ‘Half-caste’ by John Agard and ‘Island Man’ by Grace Nichols. All of these poets have mixed-race backgrounds and all of these poems are linked in with the difficulties arising from having different cultural backgrounds. Story/theme ‘Presents from my aunts in Pakistan’ is reflective of Moniza Alvi’s childhood and her experiences

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    Grace Nichols' Island Man

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    The mood of this poem is very soothing and is a sense of relaxation and security. Grace Nichols is showing that the island mans first home is the Caribbean. “the steady breaking and wombing.” The word “wombing” is a made up word by the writer. It has many associations but it makes us the readers imagine a place of comfort and security but more importantly a sense of home and belonging. The reason why this image is put in to the readers mind is because babies grow in the mothers’ womb, so we could

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    life have found their sense of belonging in Australia. Whereas in No Man is an Island, it expresses the idea that people are not isolated from one another, but that mankind is interconnected and united under God. Our religious identity, no matter what, is always present as it is who we are. The idea that people are not isolated from one another, but that mankind is interconnected. This is portrayed in the poem No Man is an Island where “any man’s death diminishes me”.

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    you know or you’re the biggest people person you know, no one is alone and no one is an “island”. Personally, I believe that the saying “no man is an island” still applies today because everyone has some sort of interaction with other humans on a regular basis, everyone is affected by other human beings, and all human beings are connected a large number of ways.

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    Since the beginning of times, man has had the need to find instruments that help him find direction. Initially, the study of astronomy helped sailors find their way through the sea. In the IXX century, a revolutionary invention gave man a mechanical tool that could allow them to do this in a more accurate manner: The compass, a device that uses a magnetized needle to point towards the geographic north, providing orientation than can help decide which direction to follow. In our everyday life, we

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    overboard and swam to this island my life would forever be changed. I, Sanger Rainsford, killed a man. Wouldn’t you have done the same? General Zaroff gave me no choice. He hunted me like a wild animal. Wait, maybe it was all a dream. I raised up from my slumber as the sun shined brightly through the window. There on the floor, in a pool of blood, was the General. Unfortunately, this was no dream. I really had killed him! Now, what was I supposed to do? I had to get off this island no matter what, otherwise

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    We cannot survive on our own, we all depend on others. John Donne, in his poem, ‘No Man Is An Island’, expresses the idea of connectedness of people. We are commanded to, Carry each other 's burdens, and in this way you will fulfil the law of Christ (Galatians 6:2 NIV). We are to love each other as Jesus Christ loves us. However, good things can easily be distorted and turned into something wicked called codependency. You may wonder, how can loving someone too much or caring for others turn into

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    The Effect of the Dream Hurricane on Island Man and Grace Nichols Spread out across the world there are many different talented people, some which happen to be poets, many which are form different cultures from us. In these cultures are many different types of people, fat, thin, white, tanned, or even the way they act or dress. However, sometimes people aren't happy with what culture they are so decide to move into a different one. This may be due to them being unhappy, like the sound of

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