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    amazing story teller who conveys the important factors of family, marriage and love between the spouses. There are so many couples in this novel like, Sarojini and Bimal Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Boses, Mitra and Seema and Rajat and Korobi. Divakaruni articulates that relationship has different layers of interpretation with their own contribution to the marital life, by stating two extremely contrary couples: Sarojini and Bimal and Rajat and Korobi. Sarojini and Bimal are the old couple who gives importance for traditional culture and religion of India. Their views and ideas of life are based upon India’s traditional values and morals. Their aspect of love and marriage is entirely different from the other two couples. Rajat and Korobi are youngest couple who is partially traditional and partially modern. They stabilized their love life with the concept of understanding. They created a strong bond between them by knowing each other intensely before committing them into the union of marital…

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    Love is a motivation for people to fight, defend, and mature for. Lucius Apuleius' myth, Cupid and Psyche, tells the story of the strength and determination of the mortal needed to regain a lost love. Francesca Lia Block's modern retelling, Psyche's Dark Night, emphasizes the many issues that affect relationships and explores the pain that accompanies dating. The retelling offers a new look into love and whether or not it is worth all the pain that accompanies it. The updated setting and…

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    Why Animals Run Free Essay

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    Why can’t they run free? On this earth when a humans acts in a wrong way they are sent to prison. So by saying this, why are animals caged up and forced to have a life where they cannot control what they want to do. Many people say the purpose of zoos, aquariums and circus is to proved endangered animals with a home and a place to reproduce, but is this what it is being used for? Also should is it a fact that even when born in captivity is it still in there nature to be wild. How will animals…

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    In an Indian Society, can love and family transcend the caste system, that which separates people into separate classes? The caste system has been in India for thousands of years. It has been legally outlawed but still has pull in society to this day. In Roy’s book the theme is that society is an ugly thing. Love and family are unable to triumph over the class boundaries. Ammu and Velutha, like many others who have tried to love across classes end up paying a heavy price. In The God of Small…

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    In this world, a person’s perception may affect their way of being by the alteration of their beliefs, which is the standard of their opinions and their critical way of thinking. An introduction of a different perspective may influence their judgment by giving them more knowledge and reasoning to pursue a goal or to neglect different kinds of opportunities or even responsibilities. This idea represented by the playwright and screenwriter, Tony Kushner in his drama called “Angels in America a gay…

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    As a boy, Roy Lichtenstein was inspired by advertisements and comic strips. Lichtenstein was able to make his art work look like it was printed off a giant printer. He was recognized as one of the leaders in the Pop Art movement which included Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, and Claes Oldenbirg. Lichtenstein’s art provoked debate over the ideas of originality and the fine line between fine art and entertainment. Roy Lichtenstein’s most famous works would be his collection of comic strips,…

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    Love Laws Quotes

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    In The God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy, the love laws intervene with the family’s social life because the characters cross their social boundaries for love which breaks these laws that are set up by the caste system in India. The Kochamma family lives in Ayemenem where the caste system is dictated. Each member of the Kochamma family, Ammu, Estha, Rahel, Chacko, Baby Kochamma, Mammachi, and Pappachi, have a downfall due to the caste system, the Love Laws. The Love Laws are rules…

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    Who Is Baby Kochamma

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    Hey this is my podcast commentary on a book the god of small things especifically focusing on a page 298 and the character baby kochamma If i had to choose a character from this novel that I hate the most, it would probably be Baby Kochamma. In the novel She acts very selfis as well as shelf-centered. We would probably consider her as the antagonist of this novel. Who is she? Her real name is Navomi Ipe Kochamma is basically a title of honor for a woman Lives with the rest of the family…

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    Warhol has made a huge impression on every part and element of the world of art. Alongside with Warhol, artists Roy Lichtenstein and James Rosenquist, brought the visuals and practices of mass commercialism into beautiful pieces of art. Warhol made unique styles of abstract expressionist painting in the late 60’s. While Lichtenstein used the methods of hand-painted cartoons to develop a connection between art and prevalent philosophy, Warhol focused on the art of his photography, silk screening,…

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    When I was twelve years old, my neighbour told me the only way I’d ever be beautiful would be if I started wearing makeup. It wasn’t uncommon for me to hear this- since about the age of nine, individuals had been telling me to dress better, fix my hair, and start shopping at more fashionable stores. Makeup was simply the newest weapon they could hurl at me, the best way for them to tell me that I did not conform to their standards of beauty. They hid insults within their helpful suggestions…

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