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    Hermann Hesse: A Classic Take on the Modern Age Hermann Hesse, writing in the twentieth century, extolled many of the virtues of the past. His unique style, dependent upon German Romanticism, adapted the issues of the modern age. Using subject matter from various sources, Hesse built fictional worlds that mirrored reality. In the novel Siddhartha, Hesse deals specifically with the spiritual quest. Although writing about the spiritual landscape of India, this work addresses the desire for meaning

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    This paper answers the question: Are We in a Post-Modern Age? Post-Modernism can be described as a particular style of thought. It is a concept that correlates the emergence of new features and types of social life and economic order in a culture; often called modernization, post-industrial, consumer, media, or multinational capitalistic societies. In Modernity, we have the sense or idea that the present is discontinuous with the past, that through a process of social, technological, and

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    Disenchantment with the Modern Age in Yeats' "No Second Troy" "No Second Troy" expresses Yeats' most direct vision of Maud Gonne, the headstrong Irish nationalist he loved unrequitedly throughout his life. The poem deals with Yeats’ disenchantment with the modern age: blind to true beauty, unheroic, and unworthy of Maud Gonne's ancient nobility and heroism. The "ignorant men," without "courage equal to desire," personify Yeats’ assignment of blame for his failed attempts at obtaining Maud Gonne's

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    short, Odysseus has many characteristics that would make him a hero for modern times - his strength, physical and mental, his intelligence, his ability to survive the many extreme experience's he encounters, as well as the fact that he is a human being, who has to survive not only those experiences, but also his own failings. If the reader were only to get as far as Book 12, these arguments may well hold good, but, for a modern reader at least, they would almost certainly be completely undermined

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    Personal Information in a Modern, Digital Age In the past when you wanted to purchase goods you could go to the store, pick up your items, pay and leave. While these activities are still possible, more and more today we find ourselves pressured to get “savers cards.” Modern businesses, like never before, track who you are and what you are burying in an effort to be able to better serve you and become more efficient. While great for the companies implementing these policies, what does it mean

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    Old Age Vulnerability in Modern Society. Jorge Rios REF# 9386 Professor: Dr. Miriam Abety November 17, 2017 Old Age Vulnerability in Modern Society. Numerous studies have been conducted on the subject of vulnerability regarding old age individuals in society. This paper will focus on identifying vulnerable older people and the causes and consequences of their vulnerability, as well as how to improve the well-being of the elders. The term vulnerability can be defined as the different dangers

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    The Middle Ages, Early Modern Era, and Restoration and 18th Century The middle or the medieval period represents that period in Europe lying between the fall of the Rome in 476 CE and the commencement of the Renaissance around the 14th century. The writers and artists started to embrace the art and culture of ancient Greece and Rome. Immediately after the fall of Rome, the government was not able to unify the people in the European continent. The Catholic Church gained so much power

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    significantly different time periods: the Age of Enlightenment, the Romantic Era, and the Modern Era. These time periods represent clear and unique ideological stakes, and the transitions between them have highlighted some radical figures in history that are responsible for the gender roles we have in society today. The first significant change in thought processes was during the 18th century, when the Age of Enlightenment came about. It was known for being the “Age of Reason”. It was a time of progress

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    Religion in the modern age has been seen by some sociologists as being refreshing to the morals of society, while other sociologists feel that religion has for too long placed restrictions and limitations upon those who partake in it. Both functionalists and Marxists have identified that religion does have the main function of providing guidelines and restrictions to how someone should behave in society., albeit both perspectives have a different outlook on the result of the social restrictions.

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    Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot on Modernism On Ezra Pound’s quote on modernism, he claims that "the modern age wants a literature that reflects an image of itself: "accelerated" and mass produced ("a mould in plaster/Made with no loss of time) as well as superficial." This means that today’s society wants a literature that resembles itself, fast paced and shallow. Society want literature that is direct and straightforward simply because people find it too "time consuming"

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