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  • A Perfect Day For Bananafish By J. D. Salinger's Life

    (Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind) Patrick Rothfuss analyses how childhood innocence and the lack of responsibility can be irresistible. For some, transitioning from the simplicity of youth to the daunting reality of adulthood can be a demanding task. Holden Caufield in The Catcher in the Rye and Seymour Glass in “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” are two such people. As he lives out his secluded lifestyle in New Hampshire, JD Salinger studies the challenges that people take on as their innocence starts to fade. Salinger proves that every individual…

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  • The Locked Room Mystery Essay

    Auster was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1947, attended Columbia University during the 1960s and graduated with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in comparative literature. In the 1970s, Auster lived variously in Paris and southern France earning a meager living as a freelance reviewer and translator. . . he became known quickly as a novelist in 1985 when City of Glass—a book rejected by seventeen publishers before being accepted by Sun and Moon Press of Los Angeles— appeared to enthusiastic…

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  • Slavery And Irony In Phillis Wheatley's Poetry

    Phillis’ poems were usually about Christianity and slavery. “...Poems on various subjects, religious and moral…” Washington was a short story author that was usually writing fictional stories with nonfictional characters. “...The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.” Both authors had an interesting way of writing. Phillis was taught everything she knew from slave owners and that family, which she became a part of their family. So her writing was much different considering her…

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  • Names In Sula

    A name is a designation of importance, whether that is positive or negative. When a discovery of new land is made a new name typically goes along with it. When a child is born they receive a name as a symbol of their parents commitment and love. Like a contract, a name seals the connection between the person who gives it and the person or place that is the recipient of it. Names can also be classifications which can elevate a person's status or take that status away. In Toni Morrison's novels…

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  • Analysis Of West Egg And New Money In The Great Gatsby

    The story “The Great Gatsby” takes place in New York City on Long Island; in the two places was called East Egg and West Egg in the early 1920’s in the Jazz era. West Egg is a fictional place where Gatsby’s mansion and Nick’s small house is at and Daisy and Tom lives in a mansion in East Egg which is also a fictional place. West Egg has a description called new money. Gatsby tries to be all flashy and impressive with his money, which is very irresponsible and unwise (“Old Money V. New…

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  • Summary Of The Movie 'Grease'

    sing along. Grease first stated when it became a musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey with additional songs written by John Farrar in 1971. It was actually named after the 1950s United States working class youth subculture known as greasers. The musical was set in 1959 at fictional Rydell High School where a group of teens learn the complexities of friendship, romance and adventures. It also takes you through the experience of peer pressure, politics, personal core values and love. In its…

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  • American Gangster Movie Analysis

    Telling the story of history is a very hard thing to do for a film maker. They must take a point in time that may have expanded the course of a year or more, and make it into a one and a half to two hour movie. For the movie to be as cohesive and interesting as possible, things have to be changed and added into the story. This was the situation in the movie American Gangster. This is about a Drug kingpin leader, Frank Lucas, and his road to leading the drug industry in the New york, Harlem area.…

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  • Grey: Fifty Shades Of Grey

    the 4th instalment of the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy. The main twist in the latest series of the book is that the previous editions of the book were narrated from the vantage point of females. However, this book is narrated from the male point of view—showing…

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  • Angels In America

    Altruism and Egotism in Love: Comparing Doubt and Angels in America The plays Doubt by J. P. Shanley and Angels in America by Tony Kushner challenge interpretations surrounding the politics of love. Both plays tangle matters of the heart and mind, which figuratively interplay in character relationships to relay precepts of love. In spite of this similarity, the plays differ in how love is essentially attitudinally defined and perceived. Doubt depicts love as a static entity that is grounded in…

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  • Intellectual Representation Of Women Journalism Essay

    white ‘Breaking News’ headlines, studios and clips of historical male journalists such as Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite. The classical piano keys reach a crescendo, harmonizing with an emotionally moving string ensemble, simultaneously flashing forward to a modern newsroom as the characters are shown to the audience. The juxtapose between the two newsrooms serves to embed a certain historical influence, distinguishing and carrying over a specific an intellectual continuity associated with…

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