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    Plato and Aristotle

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    describes a cave where people are chained up and can only see shadows cast on a wall. He parallels these shadows to the things that people see in the world around them, the materialistic reality that most people base their lives on. He parallels the chains to norms, customs, traditions, habits, etc. Plato believes that because people are so preoccupied with these shadows of the truth, they ignore the real truth. He parallels these shadows to the things that people see in the world around them, the materialistic

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    Hesse's Siddhartha as it Parallels Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Several parallels can be drawn between the psychologist Abraham Maslow's theoretical hierarchy of needs and the spiritual journey of Siddhartha, the eponymous main character in Herman Hesse's novel.  Maslow's hierarchy of needs is somewhat of a pyramid that is divided into eight stages of need through which one progresses throughout one's entire life. During the course of his lifetime, Siddhartha's personality develops in a manner

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    Parallels Between The Sun Also Rises by Hemingway and The Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald During the decade of the 1920's, America was going through many changes, evolving from the Victorian Period to the Jazz Age. Changing with the times, the young adults of the 1920's were considered the "Lost Generation". The Great War was over in 1918. Men who returned from the war had the scars of war imprinted in their minds. The eighteenth amendment was ratified in 1919 which prohibited the manufacture, sale

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    To Kill a Mockingbird:  Parallels and Differences Jill McCorkle's Ferris Beach, a contemporary novel, shares numerous characteristics with Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a novel written in the 1960's. Like To Kill a Mockingbird, McCorkle's novel documents the life of a young girl in a small southern town. The two narrators, Kate Burns and Scout Finch, endure difficult encounters. A study of these main characters reveals the parallels and differences of the two novels. Jill McCorkle duplicates

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    Parallels Within The Stranger (The Outsider) The Stranger by Albert Camus is a story of a sequence of events in one man's life that cause him to question the nature of the universe and his position in it. The book is written in two parts and each part seems to reflect in large degree the actions occurring in the other. There are curious parallels throughout the two parts that seem to indicate the emotional state of Meursault, the protagonist, and his view of the world. Meursault is a fairly average

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    Google and Microsoft. In SMT, Interpretation frameworks are prepared on huge amounts of parallel information. Parallel information is an accumulation of sentences in two separate dialects, which is sentence adjusted, in that each one sentence in one dialect is matched with its relating deciphered sentence in other dialect. It is otherwise called a bitext. The preparation transform in Moses takes in the parallel information and co events of words and sections (known as expression) to construe interpretation

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    that the nation was facing the same events that Salem went through back in the late 1600's. Arthur Miller wrote "The Crucible" in an attempt to create moral awareness for society. He did so by making a few small changes to the history and creating parallels in the play with racism, human tendencies, and H.U.A.C. Miller completed "The Crucible" in the 1950's. At that time, America was engulfed in the civil rights movement. Racism was a huge issue and people were fighting for equality and respect. African

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    Parallels and Contrast Between 20th Century Feminism and the Oppression of Women in Gilead Introduction Good morning, class. The question I will be analysing today is " How does Atwood create parallels and contrasts between 20th century feminism and the oppression of women in Gilead? " I will first look at some background information on the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood, then I will look at the different kinds of freedom presented in 20th century feminism and Gilead, and I will also

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    approached me and told me that he will be my driving instructor. When we get into the vehicle, he told me to park, reverse out, drive to the traffic light, come back and parallel park. I was going as slow as molasses with everything because I was so nervous, but he kept reassuring me that I was moving along just fine. During the parallel parking, I was trying to rush through the steps and I notice I am a little too far away from the curb. After readjusting 4 times, he gave me the news that I had passed

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    the characters. The feelings of loss, morning and grief in this story have greatly manifested the way this story was written and interpreted. After breaking down Almond’s story and reanalyzing it, it can be determined that through his use of the parallel of astrology (space) mixed with his way of selective word choice and use of symbolism that he is able to strongly and effectively support his work. According to the Oxford dictionary definition, astrology is the study of the movements and relative

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