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    Outcasts In Heorot

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    “Malignant by nature, he never showed fear” (Heaney 137). Grendel, a disfigured, murderous beast roams the shadows of Heorot with his “monstrous hell bride” (1259) of a mother. To the people of Heorot, they are both outcasts, forbidden from living a normal life amongst civilization. This has been the case for as both Grendel and his mother have lived on the Earth, due to a God-cursed history leading to the birth of Grendel. That curse has led both of Heorot’s monsters to be separated from…

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    David And Goliath

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    Eve: They are the first man and woman that God created; they are also the first to betray him by eating “the fruit of the tree” in the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve represent the influence of temptation and loss of innocence in literature. Cain and Abel: The sons of Adam & Eve. They made offerings to God to prove who was better; Cain represents jealousy by killing his brother. David and Goliath: The story of david and goliath represents that weakness can be overcome by motivation; David killed…

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    Laudato Si’ is the second encyclical of Pope Francis – Our Holy Father addresses all people, not just the faithful. In the closing paragraph of the encyclical, Pope Francis writes on the negative effects he has seen/experienced concerning God’s creation, “current attitudes and behaviors are not only wrong in a moral sense, they are also wrong in a practical sense. They have not worked. They have given us a world that is broken and unjust: where the wealthy worry about obesity while the…

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    The Ancient Mariner's shooting of the Albatross can be compared to several Judeo-Christian stories of betrayal and sin. These including the original sin of Adam and Eve, and Cain's betrayal of Abel. Like Adam and Eve, the Ancient Mariner fails to respect God's rules and is tempted to try to understand things that should remain out of his reach. Even though the Albatross is a symbol of luck, the Mariner feels that it is necessary to kill the symbol…

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    knowledge causes him to look foolish. This is shown in act two scene one as Brady is testifying on the stand, and Drummond asks him whether he had ever wondered about where Cain’s wife came from if in the beginning there was only Adam, Eve, Cain and Abel. Brady responds, “The Bible satisfies me, it is enough.” (pg. 81). This quote shows Brady’s ignorance by displaying how he is ignorant of any knowledge outside of The Bible because he is simply satisfied with what is given in The Bible. Brady’s…

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    “Southern trees bear strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root.” this is an excerpt from the poem “Strange Fruit”. In this poem, the main point that the authors, Billie Holiday and Abel Meeropol, wrote about is the “strange fruit” which is actually a metaphor. The metaphor is comparing the fruit and slaves, and how they were hung from trees during the pre-Civil Rights times. Along with the metaphors, the literary devices that the author Billie Holiday uses in the poem “Strange…

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    protect him from any harm caused by Mrs. Joe. Then later on Pip was brought into an acquaintance with a rich, old lady named Miss Havisham. Miss Havisham had a beautiful, young, and adopted daughter named Estella. Another person Pip came to know was Abel Magwitch, also known as Provis. Provis was an escaped convict that greatly impacted on Pip’s life. But that’s not all there were many other people like Wemmick, Herbert, Matthew Pocket, and Mr. Jaggers that helped Pip…

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    Estella Havisham Essay

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    brought up by her real parents, Molly and Abel Magwitch, she would be different, altering the storyline. These two “families” have many similarities and differences, Miss Havisham being the better choice to affect the way that Estella lives, Even though there are obvious differences…

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    forward in many different situations. He foreshadows using Magwitch, Havisham, and expectations. As I said in prior, the convict is mentioned multiple times throughout the novel. Even after the incident at the beginning of the book, there are still references to the convict and the file. This is because it’s foreshadowing the fact that the convict, also known as Magwitch, Provis, etc., deeply cares about Pip. Pip also refers to Magwitch as “my convict”, which suggests that Pip feels a strong…

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    3.3 Motivation to be Better Freud thought that the psychological motive power is decided by the inborn instinct drives and the human behavior is driven by the biological urge directly or indirectly. So Pip’s motivation is natural and involuntary. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs in 5 levels, namely physiological needs, safety needs, love and belonging need, respect need and self-actualization need, Pip made great efforts to learn blacksmithing and hoped to win people’s respect and…

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