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    'The Seduction'

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    “The Seduction” In this assignment I shall be analysing ‘The Seduction’ by Eileen McAuley. It is about a girl who got seduced by a boy/man. It all started at a party where she met him, one thing led to another. She is now three months gone and looking back on how she messed up in her life. ‘So she cried that she had missed all the innocence around her’. This is a quote showing she is looking and thinking of what she has missed. But now she has to start a new life as a young mother with no father

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    should identify good and evil for yourself. The seduction scene in these text teach us about good and evil. In the Bible, the character Joseph and in the Koran the character Joseph is clearly the one being seduced by a married woman. It is also stated that during this seduction in both text Joseph was the only male or the only other person in the home. With some basic knowledge of both religions it is safe to say that regardless of the religion the seduction is a clear sin and seen as evil tempting good

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    Charlotte Temple is considered to be the second American novel and the first popular novel. It was written in an ornate style and considered to be “heavily didactic, claimed to be based on truth, and followed what was to become a standard seduction plot. But these characteristics did not account for the book's enormous popularity”. Ornate style is considered to be “made in an intricate shape or decorated with complex pattern”. A simple style of writing will make the audience understand easily what

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    Write a critical appreciation of Marvell's To his coy mistress. How does the lover in this poem make you feel? This poem is about a man, who is likely to be Marvell seducing his sweetheart and trying to persuade her to sleep with him. This essay will look at different parts of the poem such as how it is written and the atmosphere of it. The poem is about a man seducing his sweet heart and trying to persuade her to go to bed with him. He tries to scare her by telling her that if she does

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    Feminine Power, Undetected by Men

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    Feminine power is a powerful tool that is undetected by men. Men may be stronger but women are smarter. In both stories 1001 Nights and Bewitched, women use their power to control and change the men in these stories for the better. Throughout history stories have been written on the bodies of women, this also being that if a man doesn’t show control over his wife then it is a sign of weakness and lack of masculinity. From ancient times to current times men view women as sneaky and manipulative in

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    The Lion and the Jewel by Wole Soyinka The three main characters in ‘The Lion and the Jewel’ are called Sidi, Lakunle and Baroka the Bale. Each character has different thoughts about one another and each views the society in a different way. This essay introduces and describes each character and analyses their role in the play. Sidi ==== Sidi is the first character that the audience meets. She is a very attractive woman, known as the village ‘belle’. Her attractiveness influences

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    symbolizing Arnold Friend as a devil that tempts a clueless teenage girl Connie, who wanted to experience love. The culture Connie lives in and the people guiding her in life have failed to teach her the evils of society that lead to temptation and seduction. In the Bible, Eve was seduced by Evil to eat a forbidden fruit, and as a result, they were banished from paradise. When Connie was seduced by Arnold Friend in the story, it led to her

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    Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire" The play 'A Street Car Named Desire' by Tennessee Williams has many characters with different personalities. One character that seems to play an important part in this play is Stanley. The ruff and hardened blunt husband of Stella, this is shown to us in the first two scenes introduces this character to the audience, and shows his attitude towards the environment that he lives in. Through out the following I shall be discussing about how Tennessee

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    The Awakening

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    The Awakening is a story full of symbolism and imagery that can have many different meanings to the many who have read it. I have read several different theories on Kate Chopin’s meaning and though some are vastly different, they all seem to make sense. It has been said that Kate Chopin might have been ambiguous just for this reason. At some point, almost everyone struggles with knowing or not knowing their purpose in life, and therefore it seems, that on some level, most who read the story about

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    Lady Macbeth does everything in her power to seduce Macbeth. She comforts him and gives him strength after Duncans murder. She emasculates and belittles him to convince him to commit the murder. She covertly seduces Macbeth by her suicide. When Macbeth finds out about her death he loses all hope and gives up on life. After Macbeth's deed was done, he would of succumb to his guilt if it weren't for lady Macbeth. His paranoia started to get the best of him. Macbeth thinks that someone has heard him

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