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    for instance, A.W.N. Pugin was England’s leading Gothic revivalist. The revivals of the ancient architecture influenced the architectural designs of many architects of the time. Two of the most noted architects in the nineteenth century who were influenced by the architectural revivals were: Richard Morris Hunt, the leading architect to the Beaux Art style; and Henry Hobson Richardson, the father of the Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. The revivals…

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    Henry McCrummin Keightley: Henry McCrummin Keightley arrived in NSW in on the 8th May 1853 onboard the 'Panthea' 511 tonnes under the command of Captain Hannant. Keightley's English departure point was from 'The Downs' situated ajacent to the southern North Sea near the eastern entry to the English Channel off the east Kent Coast. Whilst in England, Keightley it would appear was offered an opportunity to travel to NSW by Charles Grant Tindal, who at the time was visiting reletives in Kent, and…

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    In my story, Small World, I create temporal complexity through the emotions of the main character and the dates of the letters written. For example, “I know what I’ve signed up for but its kids like him that break my heart and raise questions about this war were fighting.” (Winmill 1). Dr. Bones writes all of his worries down in his journal. He is very concerned if he is doing the right thing or not or if he should be doing something else. Literary critic, Janet Gurkin Altman, argues about…

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    Almost Lost Martin Luther King Jr. once pronounced this in one of his speeches: “Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” Ralph observed that sometimes we have to put our faith, hope, and trust in people even when we cannot make sense of it. Ralph should not have fought back against the bullies for three reasons; Ralph needed to be the kinder person, wanted to set a godly example, and sought to obey the almighty God. The first reason Ralph should not have…

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    In the Northanger Abbey, John’s characteristic is not very kind by the act of him continuously lying to Catherine and General Tilney in order to get what he wants. From the conversation that Catherine and John had during their first horse carriage ride, John said, “ ‘Novels are all so full of nonsense and stuff; there has not been a tolerably decent one come out since Tom Jones, except The Monk; I read that t’other day; but as for all the others, they are the stupidest things in creation.’…

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    Epistolary Novel Analysis

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    Reliance on a subject’s point of view, through letters and documents, leads to intimate insights into characters’ thoughts and feelings. The use of this form facilitates true realism, complexity of character, and psychological subtlety. A sense of personality is conveyed without the influence of an authorial narrator, as is present in later works like Tom Jones by Henry Fielding. The action of the novel is told in ‘real time’, as the characters experience it, thus the reader is embedded in the…

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    Have you ever thought about what it would be like to be a celebrity? Well, I really haven't much up until a few weeks ago. I chose to relate my to Alisha Newton. She is one of the main characters in Heartland starring as Gerogina Crawley, now Gerogina Fleming Morris. Alisha Newton and I have some features in common. Some of the main attributes we have in common are we are about the same age she is 16 whereas I'm 14. She is five feet and four inches however, I'm about an inch and a half…

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    Why does Pride and Prejudice resonate with readers today? Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen created a spectrum of characters that resonates with society today. The novel reflects on a “male and female agenda” that engraved society’s minds. This agenda is what the typical male and female ought to be, which creates a series of molds for both genders. Throughout the novel, we see the Elizabeth Bennet breaking these stereotypes of what a woman “should be.” In which, she has an abnormal sensibility…

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    “Statement - All representations of people and politics are acts of manipulation” Every day as we step into the vast world of literature, we are constantly subjected to acts of manipulation. Our views are constantly shaped in a way the composers want it to be shaped. To put this more into perspective, we only need to look as far as the texts that I have been analysing in school of late – William Shakespeare’s dramatic play, ‘King Henry IV, Part 1’ and the RSC’s play within a play production.…

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    Henry Ford is an example of how economic and social policies of successive Republic Governments contributed to a world of inequality. Henry Ford Henry Ford the genius behind the successful assembly line mass production of products; in his case; the motor car. Born in Dearborn Michigan in 1893 into a farming family. Henry was educated at the local school. At the age of sixteen he became a machinist apprentice. Henry was raised as an Episcopalian. He had very strong views, he believed in…

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