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  • Analysis Of Alain Badiou's In Praise Of Love

    Little children loves to listen to fantasy stories about love between prince and princesses such as “Cinderella”, “Snow White”, “Beauty and the Beast”, and as you get old you might know more stories like “Romeo and Juliet”. When you are small you dream for experiencing love like in those stories, and even if you do realize that it is impossible to magically meet a princess or price, many still desire the romantic encounter with someone. Though, is that love? Or is it that act of loving just…

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  • Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell: Literary Analysis

    George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, depicts a society under a corrupted political state. The corruption leads to a totalitarian regime. In the book society is divided in three classes. The proles, which represent the proletariat, they live in poverty and they are denied any access to information, education and they must abide by the rules that are dictated by the party. The outer party members, who are middle class. They work within the party however; they do not have any access to the wealth…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Killing Wolves By Sherry Simpson

    Killing Wolves The idea of killing a wolf is a controversial issue among many Americans today. A writer and film producer, Sherry Simpson, wrote, “Killing Wolves,” published in 1996 in the Creative nonfiction website, she writes about her experience in Fairbanks, Alaska while in a two-day Wolf Trapping School and the meaning of a wolfs life being taken away. Simpson builds her credibility by giving her personal experience, other sources in her class, applying emotional appeals, and ultimately…

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  • Doublethink Analysis

    A more effective tactic invented by the Party is doublethink; it resides in the minds of every citizen and party member, influencing every action and decision unconsciously and destroying one’s ability to understand the truth of their reality. Doublethink is an insidious tactic the Party designed to betray the thoughts of the individual. The Party convinces the citizens of Oceania to accept all ideas originate from the Party, and they use the ever-present threat of survival to bring the…

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  • Alienation In George Orwell's 1984

    George Orwell’s 1984 depicts a futuristic society in which government and technology evolve and create a oligarchical utopian society equipt with a figurehead, Big Brother. As the top tier of a strict class system, the Inner Party uses Big Brother’s persona to enforce mechanisms used to maintain power and influence. Any distinction of an individual most likely will lead to his/her condemnation and vaporization, in which the individual is erased from official documentation and ceases to exist.…

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  • Homer Doctorow Analysis

    the life of a blind protagonist, Homer Collyer. Although Homer discerns darkness in a negative connotation, darkness can only be seen and sight is not the only sense for humans. Thus, blindness does not replace the senses or disconnect the Collyer brothers from the world. In a passage on page 159, Langley Collyer’s theory of replacement enables Homer to explore the advantages of his disability which include interacting with the world in a different perspective to maintain his valuable memories,…

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  • Identity And Colonialism In The Shadow Lines By Amitav Ghosh

    The Shadow Lines discusses the effects of fear on memory, the connection between the past and the present in narrator’s own identity, the life story of an Indian boy there and in London. The crucial and historical events like communal riots of 1963-64 in Dhaka, World War II, Partition of India, and Swadeshi Movement that occurred in 1980s are recalled by the narrator and these memories traumatize the narrator. The aspect of cosmopolitanism is found in the character of Ila. The protagonist is…

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  • Symbolism In The Company Of Wolves By Angela Carter

    Standing in the face of what you fear most, you’re overcome with so many thoughts and whirling emotions that stir you around until you’re sick on the floor. The little envelope of your instincts tells you to run, but imaginary chains tie you to your spot. In The Company of Wolves by Angela Carter, Little Red Riding Hood is transformed from this scared, tied-to-the-spot girl into an empowered, unafraid young woman. Her encounter with a handsome young man who promises a kiss seduces her into an…

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  • Compare And Contrast Riding A Roller Coaster Vs. Loving Someone

    Jenny Adame English 1301 - 9th period Mrs. J.Rios October 14, 2014 Riding a Roller coaster vs. Loving Someone What makes a roller coaster ride so appealing? What allures people to fall in love? Though both are memorable in distinctive ways, they hold more similarities than you may realize. Like the excitement each person has while taking these actions, riding a roller coaster and loving someone include many differences as well. Both riding a roller coaster and loving someone include the risk…

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  • The Importance Of Female Characters In Fairy Tales

    threatened takes matters into her own hands and tries to kill Snow White. The Brothers Grimm write, “take out the child out into the forest. I don’t want to have to lay eyes on her ever again. You must kill her and bring her lungs and liver as proof of your deed” (2012, p84). The Brothers Grimm set the queen up as an evil woman because she is intelligent and knows what she wants, unlike Snow White who is passive and trusting. The Brothers Grimm establish a double standard when they categorized…

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