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    dr jekyll and mr hyde

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    becomes Jekyll's demonic, monstrous alter ego. Certainly Stevenson presents him immediately as this from the outset. Hissing as he speaks, Hyde has "a kind of black sneering coolness . . . like Satan". He also strikes those who witness him as being "pale and dwarfish" and simian like. The Strange Case unfolds with the search by the men to uncover the secret of Hyde. As the narrator, Utterson, says, "If he be Mr. Hyde . . . I shall be Mr. Seek". Utterson begins his quest with a cursory search for his

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    strong features”. He had “small, strong hands, slender arms, and a thin bony nose”[1]. Lennie, on the other hand, had a lot of his choices made for him. He was the total opposite of George. He was “a huge man, shapeless of face, with large, pale

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    ART CRITICISM PAPER

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    material and sleek like silk in the colors of wine and a rich green. She has a covering on her head that looks like an extravagant scarf that drapes over her shoulder on one side, also made of the same silky material used for her dress. The woman has pale skin, reddish brown hair, bluish eyes, and rosy cheeks. Her eyes look very real and penetrating when you examine the painting. The daughter is about the age of 5 or 6 years old. Her arms are around her mother’s neck and legs draped across her mother’s

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    My Suicide

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    I died. I cannot take the torment of living in this world anymore. I would be better off dead! I sit on bed in my candle-lit room, the black velvet curtains drawn shut. The smoke from the burning incescents swirls throughout the room the in the pale flickering light. The melancholy sounds of Nine-Inch-Nails softly echoes in the corners. Depressed, I wonder what is wrong with me? Why does everyone make fun of me? Why do I not any friends? How come no one cares about me? I need an escape from

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    The Dark Romantics

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    and sinful is because they say things about him because he is wearing the black veil. This can be seen in Hawthorns the minister and the Black veil when Mr. Hooper says, ”why do you tremble at me? Cried he turning his veiled face around the circle of pale specters. Tremble also at each other! Have men avoided me and women shown no pity, and children screamed and fled only for my Black veil? In addition Ahab in "Moby Dick" is considered not only as an evil and sinful person but is selfish and greedy

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    Aborigenes

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    there were nearly 600 territorially defined groups which where living on hunting and gathering food. They had a population of 300 000–1 million. The Europeans arrived to Australia in 1788. At first many aborigines thought that the newcomers, whit their pale skin, where spirits of their own dead relatives. The numbers felled dramatically when the Europeans came. There where many conflicts between the Aborigines and the Europeans, in those many Aborigines died. By 1933 the population had fallen to nearly

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    Of Mice And Men

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    few had significant roles. I would have to say Lennie is the protagonist of the book even though George is an extremely critical character as well. Lennie Small is described as being a monstrous man with the mind of a child, a shapeless face, big pale eyes, sloping shoulders, and big feet that dragged a bit when he walked, much like a bear. George has taken Lennie under his wing and thus Lennie depends solely on George for everything. Ever since Lennie has been with George, he has told Lennie

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    Huckleberry Finn

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    His father is very antisocial and wishes to do all of the civilizing effects that Widow and Miss Watson have attempted to change in Huck. Pap is a mess: his hair is uncut and hangs like vines in front of his face, he is unshaven, and his skin is very pale. Pap's looks reflects Huck's feelings as he demands that Huck quits school, stops reading, and avoids church. Huck managed to stay away from his father for a while, but Pap kidnaps him three or four months after Huck starts to live with the Widow and

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    momentarily. I have to raise my arms to shield my eyes. My eyes are soon able to deal with the light so that I can drop my arms to see the view from the window. I can see a cityscape that I recognise well. I spin around fast and am relieved to see the pale blue walls surrounding my single bed and small table. To my left a large wardrobe with mirrored doors. It is then I see something that scares me in the mirror. I see a man wearing jeans that are so ripped up and dirty that you would expect to

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    this shows that evil is associated with night and good is associated with day. Although darkness is associated with evil, there are moments in the novel that contradict this because the reader can spot the evil characters by their descriptions 'pale or white skin'. It can be argued that the theme of light VS darkness is used to good effect because the language creates an image which is easy to understand. Throughout the novel there are very little references to light in contrast to darkness

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