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    The Berlin Olympics of 1936 were held under the rule of chancellor Adolf Hitler. Being that the Olympics are a coming together of the world, Hitler used this to promote how rich Germany was, along with their peacefulness and greatness. As all the focus was on how to present the greatness of Germany at the games, some negative sides of the Nazi regime were revealed, for example, even though Hitler did an excellent job on hiding his hate towards the Jews, the belief that Aryans are the greatest still

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    The present research work deals with the development of symbols in the poetry of W. B. Yeats. To comprehend and thereby fully appreciate Yeats’s poetry requires some knowledge of the forces working together to form the basis of his philosophy and the symbolic system Yeat’s view of the artistic function of the imagination and of the symbol and the development of his personal symbolic system are made clear in this chapter. W. B. Yeats has been regarded as a great symbolic poet. Arthur Symons dedicated

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    By reading the Catcher in the Rye and watching the movie Stand by me, the audience has been given this wisdom being able to experience it through the plots of both stories. However, the more profound realizations come from the recognition of the symbols in each story and how they relate to the main characters lives as a whole. In Catcher in the Rye and Stand by Me the main characters, Geordie LaChance (from Stand By Me), and Holden Caulfield (from Catcher in the Rye) are going through the change

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    during the inhumane circumstance of war, articulating what the men need for emotional and spiritual survival, and by revealing the character’s psychological burdens. Before O’Brien introduces the characters, he introduces the items they carry as symbols of their humanity. The reader has a chance to develop curiosity for the depth of each character presented and is not instantly alienated by the war setting. In the first paragraph O’Brien introduces the letters Lieutenant Cross carries by writing

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    use of symbols to signify ideas by giving them symbolic meanings that are not the same as their literal sense. For example, violets can symbolize shyness. Even animals can be represented as symbols. Here in the United States the bald headed eagle represents freedom and independence. Also a cross represents religion and faith. Even now a days teens and kids use symbols while texting or on their social media sites. We see symbols every day and we don’t always pay much attention to them. Symbols are especially

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    the plot and helps to develop the characters/factions through small amounts of symbolism. One of the most important details of the setting for any story is the amount of lighting within the scene. In many works of literature light is a symbol for hope, a symbol of happiness and salvation to anything that it touches. Insurgent goes past the cliché heavenly glow of light and shows a world where light is blinding and hides truth. There are several points in the story where excess and unnecessary amount

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    “A symbol has many meanings. It has literal meaning and additional meaning beyond the literal.” Symbolism has been used in many occasions. We tend to use symbolism in states. For example Austin symbolizes Texas because it’s our capital. The figures that are used in public restrooms are to show which one is for men and women. The town’s people are in Miss Emily’s funeral recalling events that happened while she was still alive. The town’s mayor had a great relationship with Emily’s father and he

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    Honors English Language Arts Tim O’Brien employs the elements Symbolism, Theme, and Author’s Style in his book The Things They Carried. In The Things They Carried, symbolism is an element in the book. The whole book revolves around these symbols. The symbols presented in this book are the things that each person carried. In the beginning of the book, the narrator, Lieutenant Jimmy Cross tells the readers what each person carries with them, and how each and every item is important in some way. For

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    Symbolism prevails in everyday life: a dove peace, the color black death, a red rose romance, and a smile friendship. But symbols fail to remain broad; they also appear unique to each individual. Janie, the main character, reveals various symbols along her growing journey to find a voice for herself. In Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, symbolism emanates through Janie’s life reflecting her development. Throughout Janie’s journey she constantly struggles between freedom and control

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    the characters all through the play. The majority of these symbols exemplify something unattainable but something that is desired; however, not within grasp. For instance, symbols such as: diamonds, seeds, stockings, the tape recorder, car, and the rubber hose. All of the formerly composed symbols are intertwined particularly with Willy; however, these very contextual symbols differ among characters. Furthermore, these formerly listed symbols have an important role to perform in the play. To the tragic

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