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    men and manipulate them to use their power for the wants of woman. The most powerful woman in the roman society was either the wife of a principate or the mother of one. Examples of influential woman in the imperial family include Livia Drusilla, Julia Agrippina and Octivia. The only woman that seemed to have a stable position with both power and security was the wife of the emperor. For example the Livia Drusilla (58 BC-29 AD), an influential consort of Augustus, who was depicted in imperial

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    Educating Rita

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    really interested in there jobs. They both just do it for the money. This is when we learn that they do have something and common they share the same out looks of there jobs. At the beginning of the play we hear frank talking-to his girlfriend Julia on the phone. She is complaining that he will not be home in time for diner and he is complaining that he wants to go down the pub. This is when we realise that frank is in an unstable relationship with his girlfriend. Due to Rita's nosey personality

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    audience and the opposing audience as to why their side is more valid than the opposing side. The issue of whether or not falling birth rates pose a threat to human welfare, has been debated extensively by both sides of the argument. Michael Meyer and Julia Whitty both profoundly argue their sides in their articles regarding as to whether or not birth rates do pose a threat. In order to fully understand which side was more effective in their argument, both sides by Meyer and Whitty must analyzed profoundly

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    Vikram Seth

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    A writer is designated on the basis of the socio-geographical community and culture to which he belongs and whose tradition, life and language he utilizes in his writings. The Indian English novelists of the 1980s are totally assimilated with the western culture and they establish an independent cultural and literary identity exposed to the experience of life in India and abroad- their writings are of an auto- biographical historical nature, primarily revelations of events and episodes, the experience

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    The Dead

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    impermanence of his Aunt Julia and Aunt Kate; the impermanence of good old Irish hospitality, warmth and love. The reader is also a sense of Gabriel’s desperate fear of death when he speaks of his Aunt Kate and Aunt Julia. He seems defiant of the fact that they are both old and won’t be around to throw parties like these much longer. Gabriel constantly harps on their energy and youthfulness. At first, he sounds simply like a polite young man fiercely complimenting his elder family members as many people

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    Dystopia

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    Imagine living in the most undesirable society, a society where the government watches and controls everything you do, a society where you have no individual choice. It is a society where anything you think or do can be punishable by isolation, torture or even death. there is no independence, freedom and no personal thought. A society where your career and social status are chosen for you and you cannot change it. All this is happening while the government of the society is doing everything in its

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    McKemey Page 1 As a country it’s hard to imagine life in a totalitarian society, yet we may be closer than you think. At first glance, George Orwell’s novel 1984, is a tale brimming with propaganda, hunger, manipulation, torture and behind all of this - a sadistic, power hungry government. Furthermore, it is believed that behind every great pessimist, is an even greater optimist. Thus, the two sides to every coin theory. Could it be that Orwell, a man living and writing in the time of World War

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    understand Emperor Nero one must understand the importance of his ancestry. He was born Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus to Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and Julia Agrippina, also known as Agrippina the Younger, in AD 37 . The combination of Gnaeus and Julia was like a match made in elite heritage for Nero. Gnaeus’ mother, Nero’s grandmother, was Antonia the Elder. She was the daughter of Mark Antony, one of the three members of the Second Triumvirate of Rome, and Octavia the Younger, Emperor Augustus’

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    They use this as a form of rebellion. Julia uses this as one of her ways to stay alive. To Winston, he uses it to slowly corrupt the Party and rebel against it, showing his intellectual side (We are the dead…). “In the old days, a man could look at a girl’s body and saw it was desirable and

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    The Champions of Sherwood

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    shushed him, but the elders had already heard the impertinent boy’s words. The man in charge advanced on the boy. He spat, “What would you know of anything? I’ve traveled for many years and I say we stay here, so here we will stay.” “But, it doesn’t make any sense, here we are out in the open where the weather and bandits and wild animals could have their way with us,” the child argued. "Hush child," his mother tried to get her misbehaving son to abstain from angering the elders, but to no avail. "As

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