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    In Lady Chatterley’s Lover, a strong, powerful female protagonist takes the lead against the repressed mental state (that’s a first). “A woman has to live her life, or live to repent not having lived it” (Lawrence 73). And Lawrence evokes powerful messages, or lessons. “Perhaps only people who are capable of real togetherness have that look of being alone in the universe. The others have a certain stickiness, they stick to the mass” (Lawrence 271). In other words, adhering to the mechanized mental state will stain the mind from realness and closeness and love. He makes this message, and the image of a postwar mechanized mental state as a product of the Industrial Age, very clear throughout the entirety of the text. Workers are dehumanized and industrialized by Chatterley. Fittingly, his two slogans are: “the industry comes before the individual,” and “the function determines the individual” (Koh 193). Both are dominated by Chatterley’s idea of the place and ruling of social class (Koh 193). But, perhaps more importantly to the idea of repression and why Connie wields a sexual desire and nature, is the effect of following an industrial life and mechanized mental state. The effect of industrialization, of machine-driven will, is seen in the episode with the breakdown of Chatterley’s wheelchair, wherein he basically freaks out, showing his need to control everyone and everything, and most importantly, his reliance upon it (Koh 195). The introduction of the novel…

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    Paper 2 Industrialization had many impacts on American life. Its effects found their way on every American near and far. This hold, especially on the insight regarding its negative aspect, found in the novel "Sam Patch, the Famous Jumper". First, the novel "Sam Patch, the Famous Jumper" recounts how industrialization coerces founders of mill towns to use predatory tactics in recruiting laborers. In the novel, mill owner Samuel Slater "was searching far beyond Pawtucket…

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    SOCIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT MODERN TIMES (1936)-A REVIEW INTRODUCTION: Today we live in an era replete with all the luxuries of modernity. Indeed coming off traditional lifestyle and moving into modern times brought about great changes both positive and negative. Though the origins of modernity can be traced back a hundred years, it was only in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that recognisably modern societies appeared. Also known as the Great Transformation period there were stark…

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    The Industrial Revolution took place in the 18th and 19th centuries, and was a period where most societies around the world became urban and industrialised. During this time, machines were created, making things a lot easier for workers in society. Population expanded, child labour occurred, communication increased around the world, and transport was created. Transport was one of the biggest change that occurred during the industrialisation of the world. Before the Industrial Revolution the…

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    British artists, John Everett Millais and William Morris It is also necessary to debate about the extent to which these works of art were characteristic of political and economic conditions as well as highlighting the similarities and differences between the arts of each country in terms of their national context. The nineteenth century was a time marked by the collapse of old world empires and the coming of the age of revolutions, reforms and change. The change was not restricted to just the…

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    How did the Industrial Revolution Affect Consumers? The Industrial Revolution, while it impacted consumers greatly, was also impacted by consumers. It is a cycle, like the common saying “which came first, the chicken or the egg.” The consumers, according to my research, started to have a higher demand for products. This caused an increase in inventions to supply the consumers with the products that they wanted. This process kept spiraling with supply affecting demand and demand affecting supply…

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    Coming in many different shapes, sizes and even colors, the light bulb has emerged the world from darkness. Being in almost every house in the United States, the light bulb has become an everyday necessity for most human beings. A creation from Thomas Edison, dated back to 1878 and 79, has affected our society so much, that it'd be impossible to imagine the world without it. By Letting families eat at later times, and allowing women to do chores at any time of the day. Enabling men to work…

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    Industrialization in the 1800’s was a large change to the many lives of citizens in the United States, from the technology to their ways of life. Starting from the advancement of technology, rail roads were becoming predominate and making way throughout the United States. Rail roads have been making life easier for farmers and traveler’s alike making transportation of goods and trips around the country cheap and easy. Till the time came to raise the cost of traveling goods. But rail roads can’t…

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    Rhiana Bishop CHY4U Mrs. Ritsma December 22, 2017 Effects of Industrialism the Industrial Revaluation was one of the main turning points in history of man-made inventions. Our class was given a picture of the workers in a textile mill in the Lancashire area in the Mid-nineteenth century. From this picture many question could be asked. People could ask about what was the machinery used in this factory or in the textile factories of the times. Or people could wonder about the conditions in the…

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    In The Metamorphosis, by Franz Kafka, the economic changes throughout Europe are explored as well as their impacts on the social well-being of the people. Throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s, Europe was undoubtedly the most developed continent on Earth. With the introduction of the industrial revolution in many European countries, citizens migrated to labour opportunities in larger cities, which promised higher standards of living, rather than working in the country for low wages. This…

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