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    believing that then he would bring them power. They lusted after power and went to extreme, perverted measures to attain it. In Paradise Lost, Moloch also lusts after power. After being cast down to hell, he calls for the demons to wage war again on heaven. He believes (probably he has deceived himself) that they can defeat God now because they are strong with fury - the fury that comes from being cast out of glory. They have acquired the new, torturous weapons of hell that would that coupled with their

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    Analysis of George Orwell´s Animal Farm

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    ‘Animal Farm’ is considered as one of George Orwell’s most popular and enduring works. Utilizing the form of the animal fable the short novel chronicles the story of a group of barnyard animals that revolt against their human masters in an attempt to create an Utopian state. Orwell satires the rise and decline of socialism in the Soviet Union and the emergence of the totalitarian regime of Joseph Stalin. The key members of the Russian revolution are parodied as farmyard animals: Trotsky as snowball

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    Sugar Candy Mountain, where the animals will have a place to retire to, were they don't have to work and were they will not suffer from hunger. The pigs find Moses highly annoying, since Napoleons and Snowballs wanted all the animals to think that Animal Farm was the ultimate paradise and there was nothing to look forward to aside from working. The pigs expel Moses from the farm, just as religion was banned from Russia early in the Communist era. During the time of the Rebellion, Moses flees from

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    though Mrs. Turpin is already “saved” because of her Christian faith, she needs a revelation from Mary grace to realize that her world view i... ... middle of paper ... ...nferiors and unworthy were actually arriving in heaven first. At the rear of this great parade into heaven Mrs. Turpin sees her face, with her proper Christian friends as they looked stunned. It makes her realize that she is not better than everybody else. That color or figure does not matter anymore. Mrs. Turpin view of the

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    Animal Farm 1984 Analysis

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    A Battle of Rebellion Against Total Power “Big Brother Is Watching You” (1984 2). “The life of an animal is misery and slavery: that is the plain truth” (Animal Farm 7). In the two novels by George Orwell, 1984 and Animal Farm, the two societies that the citizens live in are both corrupt. In 1984 the character, Big Brother, runs Oceania. Winston and Julia are two characters in this novel that are against the way the government runs Oceania. Winston and Julia are two characters that are brave enough

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    A Priest's Tale

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    of paper ... ...l. The visions of hell that Lewis dreams of are more of a premonition of what is to come. Earlier in the story it was not God who answered his prayer after the farmer left, but the devil because he was never caught leaving with the pig. The lesson to be learned here is that; no matter how much you think you can get away with something, it will always catch up with you. It’s a form of karma in a sense. If you (as the reader) had the attitude, personality, and perspective that Lewis

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    a lot of major symbols that change from the beginning of the story towards the end. The first major recurring symbol in the story would be the “island” itself which represents a heaven in the start of story and changes to a hell at the end of the story. In the beginning of the story the boys see the island as a “heaven” of sorts where they can do anything because there isn't any adult supervision. This could be found in the story were it says “Excited by the thought, the boys rush off to the mountain

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    Journey to the West and Dante's Divine Comedy

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    "Commedia" and "The Journey to the West.” The University of Chicago Press Vol. 22, No. 3, 1983, Wu Cheng’en, “introduction to the journey to the West” Foreign Languages Press; 1 edition 2003. Mao Chengrui.”浅析《西游记》中猪八戒的形象” (an analysis of the image of pig in the Journey to the West) The literary education no.1 (2010) Dino Compagni, “Dino Compagni's Chronicle of Florence.” Translated by Daniel E. Bornstein University of Pennsylvania Press,1986 Bloom, Harold.”The Strangeness. of. Dante: Ulysses. and.

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    Repentance: The Story of The Prodigal Son

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    The “Prodigal Son” is much more than a short story. Though seemingly simple and straightforward, it encompasses many important themes and symbols. The three main characters (Father, younger song, older son) all represent one aspect of the religious undertone that is carried throughout the duration of this tale. While the concept of family is prevalent in this story, what is actually more important is the symbol of Jesus and his followers that is communicated through the idea of family. The family

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    “Animal Farm” and Soviet Russia

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    George Orwell portrayed the similarities of communism on an “Animal Farm” to Russia, under the rule of Joseph Stalin. Orwell used animal characters on the farm to represent particular members of the Russian society. One example is Napoleon, one of the pigs in the book, whom was the ruler of the “Animal Farm”, and was the character that represented Stalin. Orwell used each character in the book to show readers the flaws of communism, and sent the message that if citizens do not take an active role in

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