John Farrar

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  • Galing Pook Case Study

    Q2: Galing Pook and Good Governance A) How did the concept of Good Governance occur in your galing pook case? The galing pook case I have chosen is the SARAGANI case wherein it took take a look at the programs in Sarangani Province. We all know how good governance is all about one major aim: GOODNESS in the society. Good governance was indeed very apparent in my galing pook case in Sarangani. Saragani is located in Mindanao whereas war is present everywhere. Saragani has all the means to be…

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  • Sonnet Essay: Dark Beauty In Shakespeare's Sonnets

    Dark Beauty in Shakespeare’s Sonnets Sonnet is a poetry form that has lived its golden years in England during the Elizabethan times. Among them, Shakespeare’s 154 have been poetry lovers’ favourite for centuries. What is essentially done in those sonnets is, of course nothing other than praising love, particular lovers to be exact, and their beauty. However, in some particular sonnets, Shakespeare challenges the conventional beauty standards of his time, which was “fair (white) skin, rosy…

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  • Rhetorical Devices In The Open Boat

    The Meekness of Man Man believes that he is in control of his life and the world around him. But Naturalism and nature both have another idea about the amount of control man has. According to the views of Naturalism, man is in submission to nature and nature has no care whatsoever about what happens to him, and that man’s goal in life is to survive. Stephen Crane portrays these ideas in his novel The Open Boat with his carefully chosen rhetorical devices, diction choices, and syntax. His…

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  • Sailing To Byzantium Poem Analysis

    ‘Sailing to Byzantium’ is first published in 1928 as part of Yeast’s collection and it contains four stanzas. The poem ‘sailing to Byzantium’ is mainly about different between art and ordinary life. In the poem poet transform himself into work of art and he explores his thought and musing on how immortality art and the human spirit may converge. The poem ‘Sailing to Byzantium’in particular is its rich symbolism. Symbols are essentially words which are not merely connotative but also suggestive,…

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  • Causes And Failure In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

    Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet, talks about the tragic fate of two young lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet’s families, the Capulet and Montague, have deep hatred that has been going on for many years. On one fateful night at a party that the Capulet held, Romeo and Juliet met and fell in love for the first time. They knew that each other belonged to their families’ rival, they still loved each other overwhelmingly. They then decided, with Friar…

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  • Romantic Tragedy In William Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet

    Throughout time, there has been many tragedies caused by romance. William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is a great example of romantic tragedy. In the play, Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare, two feuding families cause tragic results for their children, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. The events contrast hatred and revenge with love and a secret marriage, forcing the young lovers to die tragically in despair. The deaths of Romeo and Juliet can be blamed upon Friar Lawrence, the…

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  • Alienation In The Metamorphosis, By Franz Kafka

    It is said that no man is an island, and no man stands alone. Meaning, true human existence cannot prevail positively or productively without the dynamics of society. Yet, this concept is very much two faced. While a man needs to exist in society, cocooning himself in its support and sense of belonging, too much social pressure can lead to the most disastrous endings and as society remains blind of the influences of the world, its ideals destroy humanity. Hence, if one does not conform, they…

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  • Attitudes Towards God In William Blake's The Tyger And The Lamb

    Life is sweet, but life is hard. In “The Tyger” and “The Lamb” by William Blake, the speaker expresses a conflicted attitude towards God and the two poems differ in their tone towards God and all of his creations. The speaker, a follower of the christian faith, creates a powerful tone through the use of diction, imagery, and repetition in “The Tyger” and “The Lamb.” Both poems have conflicting attitudes toward God, for “The Lamb” creates a confident and passionate tone while “The Tyger”…

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  • Romantic Criticism In The Daffodils By William Wordsworth

    The Daffodils Romanticism extended between (1789-1820 and was affected by the French revolution, Napoleonic wars and the pan European movement across every art. People were split between those who wanted to search the powers and fear of an inner imaginative life and those who thought that living a romantic life is a form of dangerous self- indulgence those who believed in escaping to nature and those who wanted for poets to act such prophet and legislators and reform society . The period…

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  • Moral Choices In Burgess 'A Clockwork Orange' By Anthony Burgess

    A Clockwork Orange Project Society is structured on a system of laws meant to protect the innocent and punish the perpetrator. Without these laws, nations would be without their moral compass, with nothing pointing to true north. Citizens would fall into the practice of performing actions only to benefit themselves, not caring about the greater good of the community. Therefore, it is one’s system of government which sets in stone the notion of right and wrong, good and bad, and the laws which…

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