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  • Emma Form And Structure Analysis

    Explore the effects of the form and structure of Emma. Austen’s crafting of Emma through form and structure allowed her to create a humorous and ironic social commentary by creating the world of Highbury which emulated the virtues and vices of the Regency era. Norman Page calls Austen’s work a “triumph of style” as it achieved complex social commentary whilst maintaining an entertaining narrative with realistic characters instead of caricatures using techniques such as free indirect style and prose syntax which characterise Austen’s work. Emma is narrated from the point of view of a third person omniscient narrator who gives insight into Austen’s own opinions and views with subtlety often adding humour and irony to the situation. This is demonstrated…

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  • Romanticism In Miss Brill

    To what extent are modernist works more interested in the inner world of the imagination and subjective perception than the outer world of social life? Discuss with reference to two texts. The works of ‘Miss Brill’ by Katherine Mansfield (1920) and Tonio Kroger by Thomas Mann (1903) include fundamental modernist characteristics, such as a fragmented structure, free indirect discourse and an epiphany. These literary techniques help shape the struggle both authors present between the inner world…

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  • Judith Judith Belonging Analysis

    Her appearance is sudden; this is clear as her name interjects the sentence unnaturally. Perhaps, it is the “odour” of the hair tonic that triggered the hallucination. Certainly, themes of beauty and danger are often associated with Judith elsewhere in the narrative. Here, Judith is also presented as dangerous as she is called an “amazon” meaning a female warrior, it is the juxtaposition of womanhood and fighter that is similar to the beauty/danger problem, and could be seen as oxymoronic. So…

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  • Advantages Of Indirect Tax

    What advantages might indirect taxes have over direct taxes? Answer: Indirect taxes are mostly taxes on spending, which is usually in the supply chain transferred to the consumer as part of the price of a product. As a result, the consumer ends up paying the tax by paying more for the good or service. Examples of indirect taxes could be VAT and a number of excise duties on alcohol, tobacco and oil. On the other hand, direct taxes are taxes levied directly on the income of an organization or…

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  • Importance Of Good And Service Tax In India

    Goods and Service Tax Bill – Victim of Politics or Technicalities? Tax Structure in India In the Indian tax system, the Central government levies excise duty on manufacturing and service tax on the supply of services. The State government levies sales tax or value added tax (VAT) on the sale of goods. In addition, the Central Government levies the Central Sales Tax (CST) on inter-state sale of goods which is collected and retained by the state exporting the goods. The states also levy tax on…

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  • Brett's War Theory

    The many factors of this framework can all lead peoples and states to attempt indirect approaches to warfare as they test the new balances of power and the limits of national and trans-national influences, or begin to influence resources and activities on the global commons. The following case studies are a small sampling to illustrate the applicability of Hart’s and Corbett’s…

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  • The Hunger Games Stylistic Analysis

    INTRODUCTION Language is a process of free creation; its laws and principles are fixed, but the manner in which the principles of generation are used is free and infinitely varied. Even the interpretation and use of words involves a process of free creation. - Noam Chomsky Chomsky’s quote designates language, but it can also be redirected towards the use of Stylistic Devices, otherwise known as figurative language. These “devices”, have some fixed rules or one may say formulae by the means…

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  • Reuter's View Of Evil

    make our own choices. This is the ability of free will. We have the power to make our own choices and follow the path that we chose. I don’t view God as all-controlling. We have this choice between good and evil because of our knowing of moral evils. Most of our suffering comes from this moral evil because it always has a direct impact on us and others. Also in Reuter’s lecture, he defines “Free Will Defense.” He states, “When God, in the beginning, created humans, he made them subject to their…

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  • Essay On Informative Speech

    situation, the topic, and the audience. The informative speech was one of the harder speeches I had to give since it had to include more research, and more hard facts then the previous speeches. Therefore, it needed more preparation. During preparation part of the informative speech a key learning moment for me was that you can’t procrastinate and do it the night before. That means don’t procrastinate on topic selection, research, or on the crafting of the outline and speech. The book states…

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  • Revenge Theme In Hamlet

    In the next speech, we see what Hamlet feelings are. He believes that he must hurry up and somehow get retribution on Claudius. Through these two speeches, we are able to see why revenge is such an important theme to the story and what it means towards the characters. The ghost, is the main contributor to Hamlet wanting to retaliate against Claudius. He introduces the story of how Claudius had murdered Old Hamlet and that had commenced Hamlet’s desire for revenge. The ghost speaks of how he…

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