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  • A Dolls House: Nora Perceived By Other Characters

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    A Doll's House: Nora Perceived by Other Characters In the Victorian age many woman were thought of as mere objects. Most woman has no real social status and were not allowed to express themselves freely. A Doll's House, a play by Henrik Ibsen, has brought controversy to the conclusion in which Nora leaves her family. Nora perceived in many different ways is the catalyst that forces Nora to leave her family. Many people had found it difficult to understand how Nora could dessert her husband

  • Exploring the Views Expressed by Other Characters about Othello in Act 1

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    Exploring the Views Expressed by Other Characters about Othello in Act 1 The tragedy “Othello” (1924) is written by William Shakespeare, it is the story of Othello, the protagonist and tragic hero of the play. A moor commanding the armies of Venice, he is a celebrated general and a heroic figure. The events that occur in the first half of the act are all in anticipation of the lead character Othello who we are not immediately introduced to until act 1 scene 2. The play begins mid-way

  • Influence of Other Characters on the Transformation of Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice

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    Influence of Other Characters on the Transformation of Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice In "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, readers witness the profound transformation of the protagonist. Although the drastic changes are largely due to the character's self-propelled growth, the influences of other characters play a key role in igniting the permanent metamorphoses. This essay analyzes the two most influential characters in "Pride and Prejudice" and Elizabeth's self-realization.  We are

  • The Influence of Other Characters on Macbeth's Actions

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    Macbeth's choice of actions are substantially influenced by the various characters he encounters from the very beginning of the play. In the opening of the play Macbeth is portrayed as a good man. Macbeth is described as "brave", "valiant" "a good and hardy soldier" also honorable, worthy and wise (I.ii.24). Only after Macbeth meets the witches that his character flaws begin to show. The witches prophecy is cause to Macbeth to think selfishly about being king, and then about the murder of Duncan

  • The character of Simon appears different from the other boys in many

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    The character of Simon appears different from the other boys in many ways. What effect does this give, and why has Golding used such a character for a contribution to the novel as a whole? Use a study of character to justify your response, and closely ... The character of Simon appears different from the other boys in many ways. What effect does this give, and why has Golding used such a character for a contribution to the novel as a whole? Use a study of character to justify your response

  • Ways in Which Hamlet's Behavior Was Influenced by Other Characters in Shakespeare's Work

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    directly affects his feelings and actions enough to cause him to drastically change his behaviour. His collaboration with other people also influences his behaviour and actions. In the beginning of the book, Hamlet behaves as any normal person would when he mourns the untimely death of his father, the King. He is dreary and depressed and also contemplates suicide. On the other hand, Gertrude behaves as though her husband’s death did not even occur, not in such a way that she is denying it happened

  • Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Film Amelie

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    demonstrate the impact that imagination has on human perceptions of reality. Jean-Pierre Jeunet's film Amelie explores this facet of imagination: the film provides a poignant depiction of imagination's influence as the title character Amelie exacts changes in her life and in the lives of others with her boundless imagination. In the chapter entitled "The Imaginable and the Possible," Alan White argues that imagination is the key factor in testing the "acceptability of something as possible" (White 183)

  • How does Priestly keep the attention of the audience in Act 1?

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    keep the attention of the audience in Act 1? Inspector calls was set in 1912, it was written in 1945, and was performed in 1946. Priestly wanted to show his views, so he created a performance called ‘Inspector Calls’ to show that he cares for others, so Priestly maintains interest by using various different devices, and that’s what my essay will be about, the various devices that Priestly used the keep the attention of the audience. Firstly, the play has got a pace, which is fast, the evidence

  • F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

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    Carraway’s Look at Man Nick Carraway, the first character introduced in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, is primarily acts as the “guide and pathfinder”; he relates the story from what others have told him. He strives at all times to be objective, and his comments are balanced. His amusingly contemptuous remarks show his sense of humor, and although he is straight-laced, he does not bore the reader. Nick is introduced directly, but Gatsby remains a distant character for a good while. The establishment of Nick’s

  • Maltese Falcon

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    unknown location of the Maltese falcon, a golden falcon of immense value. All the actions and even emotinos fo the characters are driven by the desire to obtain the falcon ormoney from obtaining the falcon. While some characters are more moreal than others, all of them have at least one fault which makes them untrustworthy: greed, stupidity, or all three. The characters eliminate each other trhoguhout the story, either arrested or killed, until only Sapde is left unscathed. The book has three phases:

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