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  • Uniqueness and Universality in Tess of the D'Ubervilles

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    Uniqueness and Universality in Tess of the D'Ubervilles She can flirt, she can listen, she can sympathize, she can work with her hands.    (Hardy  131) The above line from Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles demonstrates a great deal about the themes of the novel as well as the character of Tess.  The line reprinted above is supposed to reveal the versatility of Tess' character.  However, it also reveals a good deal that helps us understand Hardy's central theme of the book.  This is because

  • Uniqueness And False Uniqueness: An Analysis

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    knowledge and receive help, therefore, our primary reason for existence is socializing (p.154). The desire for uniqueness leads people to experiencing a false uniqueness effect, which is commonly and easily seen among liberals, regarding political issues. Research proves that liberals display a false uniqueness effect on the issue of childhood immunizations and that they display a truly false uniqueness effect with most of issues relevant to society, however, the conservatives and moderates commonly share

  • The Uniqueness

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    Is there any poet that can be categorized under one certain poetic style? Does the name Pablo Neruda sound familiar? Well, this Hispanic poet, Pablo Neruda, cannot be categorized under a certain poetic style because his poems embodies various styles of writing. Pablo Neruda’s poems range from the topics of love to the topics of death. “Fully Empowered,” “Tonight I Can Write,” and “The Heights of Macchu Picchu” are three poems that contrast in themes, styles, and tones. “Fully Empowered," “Tonight

  • Equality of Life

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    I defend the uniqueness and irreducibility of religious forms of life from rationalistic criticisms. I argue that such a defense of religion affirms the fact of incommensurability between differing forms of life. Put differently, such a defense tacitly affirms ineradicable pluralism as well as cultural diversity. I contend that the defender of religion who argues from the incommensurability of this form of life must also give up all traces of "worldview exclusivism," the dogmatic claim to possess

  • Stephen Sondheim

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    Stephen Sondheim Stephen Sondheim, in my opinion, is one of the most gifted lyricist and songwriters of all time. He uses many witty comparisons, beautiful allusions, and variations of tempo to give each song a uniqueness and identity of its own. This identity is also created for each individual character through the songs, and tactfully conveys their inner feelings. The song Maybe They're Magic is one small example of these classic Sondheim characteristics. Sung by the baker and his wife

  • Glass Menagerie

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    The Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie, written in 1945 by Tennessee Williams, remains today as a great literary masterpiece. Williams gave unimaginable depth and uniqueness to each of his characters. Even though the play was written in the mid-forties it is timeless, in that the problems and troubles of the characters can be related to life today, more than 50 years later. The Glass Menagerie is a great play with a central theme of escape and many symbols to support this theme. In the following

  • Analysis of the Pandying Scene in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

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    wears glasses suggests he is sensitive, intellectual, and physically delicate, he "sees" life differently than others. More imaginative and introspective than his fellow classmates, Stephen already exemplifies the qualities of an artist. It is this uniqueness, symbolized by Stephen's visual abilities (or disabilities), that brings him to Father Dolan's notice. Perhaps Joyce is pointing out that being an artist will always draw the suspicions of those who see life in more simplistic terms; for people

  • Writing Style in The Awakening

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    the seductive odor of the sea." (12) The inclusion of such alluring and dramatic images allows the reader to see, hear, feel, smell, and live in the scene which she creates. Chopin writes to awaken the senses, and her style is one of beauty and uniqueness. As if stroking a brush across a canvas, or playing a chord on the piano, Chopin’s use of expressive, descriptive, and poignant writing is evident throughout the novel, thus adding to its overall effect. Chopin incorporates a number of images

  • Marilyn Monroe

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    “ I am not interested in money. I just want to be wonderful” Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Baker on June 1, 1926. Her mother’s name was Gladys Baker Mortensen. Baker being the name of her other two children and Mortensen the name of her last husband who disappeared just months after their marriage in 1924. Although Edward Mortensen was Gladys’ husband at the time of Norma’s birth, he was not her father. No one knows for sure who her father was, but it was believed that it was Gladys’ lover

  • The Rosenbaum House

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    functional for my particular lifestyle, and the ascetics are much more pleasing than the desires of the other houses. While Le Corbusier was trying to tackle the problems of housing costs and trying to make a design for mass production, he left out the uniqueness and the ascetics of what Wright has accomplished. I did not like the box-like model of Corbusier’s design because it holds no particular style to some other houses he had designed. Another aspect of Corbusier’s design was that his designs were