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    The Party

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    give up all for the betterment of the party. Though they were also different in the way the tone was set in each source, Bukharin sets a tone of despair and physical torment as he is incarcerated and waiting execution, whereas Koestler paints a more mental anguish and despair, where Rubashov is fighting his thought more then the torment he is subject too. In the letter to Stalin, Bukharin apologizes for ... ... middle of paper ... ...SR to be expelled from the Party, which was the reasoning behind

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    familiar but then sometimes seems unexpected. As an American and a Christian it is possible to think that my opinion on this could be crafted from my religion and our society, particularly its media. In my mind I see hell as this place of immense torment bestowed on sinners. My faith has taught me that those who sin go to hell to be punished. Dante's adventure clearly shows that the souls of hell are punished, as I thought. Punishments range from living in filth to painful tortures. What my religion

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    Throughout his life, Dante Alighieri faced many hardships and accumulated many rivals, stemming from his association with the Florentine White Guelphs, who adamantly believed in the independence from the papacy. After being exiled from his home city of Florence on false allegations of being a grafter, he wrote The Inferno, a religious allegory, in which Alighieri blatantly attacks many of his rivals, among them Filippo Argenti and Bocca degli Abbati through use of literary devices as dialogue, imagery

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    representation of Hell contains nine circles containing different sins each with a more severe punishment than the last. In these increasingly terrifying scenarios, he encounters many ironic punishments and often has discussions with a person amidst the torment. Dante is accompanied by a guide (Virgil) who acts as the mentor. The two travel through hell in hopes of reaching Heaven. While Dante walks as a bystander in the terrors of hell, he begins to commit sins himself, although towards the sinners which

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    The Center of Hell is split into four different treachery sections, each named after well-known individuals who, till this day, are distinctly recognized as traitors. Here we find murders and traitors, especially those that executed a sin against one’s family member or benefactor. Most likely Dante categorized these sinners as more grave for their sins impaired a shared societal union or a relationship tie. This is the only

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    on hell gave him knowledge that Hell is real and you will get severely punished for your crimes. In the edge of Hell is the Vestibule, where the uncommitted are punished and are to run after a dirty, blank flag for eternity, while wasps and worms torment and bite them. Then in the first circle of hell, Limbo, is where the pure non-Christians, people who died without knowing of Christ, and unbaptized Pagans are punished with an eternity of a desire to see god now. This includes Virgil as well as many

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    The play MACBETH is filled with suffering. It begins with reports of a bloody battle, an execution of a traitor and Macbeth’s bloodthirsty heroism as he “unseamed” one of the invaders “from the nave of the chaps”. In comparison MacBeth’s later actions are even worse as he commits violent crimes against his own people. Much of the suffering in the play is directly attributable to Macbeth. However, the central focus of the play is the suffering he himself undergoes, as he makes his way through his

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    Macbeth:  Death and the Supernatural Throughout William Shakespeare's Macbeth, many characters evolve and many disappear into the background. The main character, Macbeth, travels through utter chaos when he proclaims himself monarch. When he first meets the witches of the supernatural, they tell him of the future. One of the themes amplified throughout the play is the circle of life, from the beginning to the end. The visions provided by the three witches begin Macbeth's quest for dominance. The

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    betrayers of kindred, or more specific to Dante himself; betrayers of country. Dante was exiled from his home in Florence where he served as a politician.Considering his own personal treachery, it makes sense for him to have chosen the ninth ring of the traitors to be the worst of all. In this Canto, Dante has a run-in with one of the sinners in particular, Bocca. In their confrontation, the Bocca is too embarrassed to admit his deed. Dante offers to discuss with Bocca his sin, being interested and curious

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    Macbeth

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    who was an innocent man. Following that, Macbeth orders murder’s to kill Banquo who was another innocent man. They both were loyal men, loyal to Scotland and loyal to Macbeth. But, because of that Macbeth faces confusion, regret, and never ending torment. By examining Shakespeare’s use of blood one can determine that blood shed from Duncan and Banquo’s murders cause Macbeth emotional damage because of the fact that they were innocently killed. Duncan was the first victim innocently killed by Macbeth

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