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    2. Written answers to the following questions: a. Who am I? (think rank, age, gender, etc, not just character name) I all three of the witches. I am probably between the ages of 20-30 years old. My gender is mysterious to other characters for example, in Act Three Scene One, Banquo says to the witches “Upon your skinny lips. You should be woman, and yet your beards forbid me to interpret that you are so.” Because of the witches unsettle gender appearance Banquo and other characters are unsure if the witches are men or women but they always refer to them as the “weird sisters” which makes the presumption that they are women. b. Where am I? (situation and location) What kind of home do you have? The witches surround a boiling cauldron; in a…

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    Essay On The Cauldron

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    The cauldron of story is a metaphor used to help understand the formation and adaption of myths and fantasy. The metaphor identifies a cauldron as a massive pot holding all aspects of stories that simmer and brew together forming the soup which is served up by the author/storyteller as the story itself. The bones found in the soup represent the different aspects that make up the story such as the characters, the traits, the location, the foe, etc. And over time it can be hard to pull out the…

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    Summary Of Asia's Cauldron

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    the South China Sea is becoming a cauldron in the world. The geopolitical analyst Robert D. Kaplan has formulated his book Asia’s Cauldron on this thesis. Asia's Cauldron sets some high goals for itself and mostly flourishes in presenting a holistic look at the competing economic and diplomatic interests of the nations along the South China Sea. The sea links the Indian Ocean with the western pacific being bounded by China in the north, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam in the west, Taiwan and…

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    All of the three films talked about the changes of the Indians’ life after the arrival of the Europeans in different levels or aspects. The differences lied in the Indians’ reactions or behavior, in regard to change, adaption, resistance and revitalization, when they confronted the outsiders. In the Cauldron of War, we could see huge impacts the Europeans brought on the various aspects of the Indians’ life. First of all, the fur trade introduced by the Europeans changed the Indians’…

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    Cerridwen Research Paper

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    Cerridwen Keeper of the Cauldron, Goddess of the Moon, magic, agriculture, poetry, music, art, prophecy, fertility and science. Cerridwen's name is derived from the Celtic word "cerru", meaning cauldron. Cerridwen herself and the cauldron are a lot a like in the respect that they both symbolize the transformation powers of magic, rebirth, creative inspiration and wisdom. So because of this Cerridwen is known as the Patron Goddess of wizards and witches. Cerridwen is a shape-shifting, lunar…

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    Bi Xiaochun Research Paper

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    Bai Xioachun’s first month at the cave residence on Purple Cauldron Mountain, the atmosphere was quiet and no trouble was stirred with the Purple Cauldron disciples. Fatty Zhang felt relieved and gradually visited the cave less, as Bai Xiaochun was always refining. A month later, however... Bai Xiaochun’s eyes gleamed brightly. He carefully inspected the pellet in front of him then guffawed excitedly. He had turned the furnace four times in the past month, all whilst attempting to find a new…

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    Apparitions In Macbeth

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    In “Macbeth” by Shakespeare, In Act 4 scenes 1 pages 130-144, I read about Three witches in a cave stirring a cauldron with a mix of disgusting ingredients, all the while chanting “double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble” (p130 lines 10-11). Hecate makes an appearance and sing along but leaves before Macbeth enters. He demands answers from the witches about his future. The witches use a spell to summon some apparitions. The first apparition is an armed head that warns…

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    234 Tonge). In terms of The Tempest, Frank Kermode states that Prospero’s magic is “rough” because it is “unsubtle by comparison with the next degree of the mage’s enlightenment” (Kermode 396). Cosmo Corfield evaluates this viewpoint in his article Why Does Prospero Abjure His “Rough Magic”? Stating that Kermodes ‘ “Rough” magic implies neither a set back nor moral dubiousness: Prospero simply sheds his magic as a snake sheds its outworn skin, and proceeds to higher things’ (p.33 Corfield). In…

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    The Three Witches show up throughout Macbeth and indeed do cause trouble. They prophesied about Macbeth’s ascension to Kinghood and that he could only be killed by one not born of woman. However, that is not the point of this, it is to break down and decipher what is really meant in the Witches chant in act 4 scene 1. “Double, double, toil and trouble; fire burn, and cauldron bubble (act 4 scene 1 lines 10-11; 20-21; 35-36).” These two lines appear twice throughout the chant, and are recognized…

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    Suddenly, “a thought crept into my mind” and “Instantly, I felt ashamed, ashamed of myself forever” hoping “I could use all my strength to fight for my own survival” (Wiesel 106). The literary techniques of repetition for effect and personification help strengthen the fact that Eliezer is spending hours trying to find his father. Furthermore, it also shows Eliezer’s devotion and willingness to fight for every inch. While there is personification and repetition for effect, there are also similes.…

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