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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) SANDELANDS, LLOYD E. “The argument for God from organization studies” Journal of Management Inquiry; 2003 Lansing, Richard, ed. Dante Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing, 2000

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    Czars), is not inherently evil in itself, Napoleon’s subsequent adoption of nearly all of Mr. Jones’ principles and harsh mistreatment of the animals proves to the reader that indeed communism is not equality, but just another form of inequality.  The pigs and dogs take most of the power for themselves, thinking that they are the best administrators of government.  Eventually the power corrupts them, and they turn on their fellow animals, eliminating competitors through propaganda and bloodshed.  This

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    communist regime throughout his novel Animal Farm. Orwell accomplishes this by exposing, indirectly, the relation of past historical figures and communism through his characters, power, and situation. George Orwell created a character, Napoleon the pig who emerges as the leader of Animal Farm after the Rebellion, who best paralleled the attitudes and characteristics of Soviet Leader Joseph Stalin. Napoleon, very much like Stalin, seems at first to be a good leader; unfortunately he is eventually overcome

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    Hell refused to give up this idol. In Dante’s sense, idolatry is the worship or extreme admiration, love, or reverence for something or someone over God. This love for an object or action draws the soul away from God and they desire Hell rather than Heaven. In Dante’s Inferno, all of the sins have idols associated with them but this paper will focus on three of them: lust, gluttony, and wrath. Lust is one of the seven deadly sin and is the first actual sin in Dante’s Hell. Lust is the destructive

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    Judgment Day in Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment and O’Connor’s Revelation Mankind is plagued by pride. Humans constantly compare themselves to one another and adjust their pride according to their observation of themselves in the world around them. Those who believe in an afterlife often incorporate their view of themselves and their morality into their perception of how they will be judged in the afterlife. Fyodor Dostoevsky and Flannery O’Connor, as writers and believers in the Christian

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    Hamlet over the edge was the encounter with the ghost of his father w... ... middle of paper ... ...stairs room (209). This last act of revenge is not justifiable it is cold-blooded murder. When she called the Brady’s pigs she sealed her fate, and she was killed like a pig. Mrs. Nugent did wrong by insulting the Brady family and she did think and acted as if she was better then them but to go as far as to do this is unreasonable. Francie attempted to get revenge on the Nugent family led to punishment

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    Kindness in an Unkind World

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    Being a kind-hearted person in a savage world is not an easy thing to do. The savage world will usually get through to the kind person and change them into a monster, but not Simon. Throughout William Golding’s novel, Lord of the Flies, Simon is the boy who remains good even when the rest of the world remains cruel. Simon is a quiet boy in the story who shows wisdom and civilization, on an uncivilized and savage island. Simon is first introduced when Ralph calls an assembly with the conch in the

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    is sinful but if they have a simple life with not so much “glamour” then it is acceptable, so they are able to go to Heaven. The rich however may not enter Heaven until they give up all their wealth. Humans aren’t satisfied with having very little instead they want more and the best of it! Desire then ties in with being evil because if humans want more then they can’t go to heaven, so they must give up one thing to get the other. Most humans now a days don’t think about what will happen when they

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    Revelation

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    Grace calls Mrs. Turpin and “old warthog from hell”. Mrs. Turpin goes on with her day very angry. She could not understand what she had in common with a warthog since she was better than everyone else. While Mrs. Turpin was taking care of her family’s pigs she had a revelation. She was talking to God and she realized that she was wrong for making judgments so quickly and thinking that she was better than others. There are two conflicts in “Revelation”. The first is the physical conflict between Mary

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    novel. George and Lennie, the main characters, consistently discuss their dream for a better life throughout the story. “‘O.K. Someday- we’re gonna get the jack together and we’re gonna have a little house and a couple of acres an’ a cow and some pigs and-’ ‘An live off the fatta the lan’.’” (pg. 15) Both men dream of owning and operating their own farm together and frequently tell the story of this dream to reassure themselves that they’ll achieve it someday. Their dream of owning their own farm

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