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  • Senator Eliphas: A Short Story

    During the times of the Roman Empire, Selene had her eyes upon Senator Eliphas, whom was used by others to their own ends. She came before him, and offered him her assistance, as well as her love and immortality, if he helped her sacrifice the people of the country. That would give her the powers of a god if she was able to complete the ritual. But she was betrayed by someone whom she kept close to herself. The senator, told a slave girl whom he gave ruby earrings to what was about to happen. So…

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  • Tragedy Of Julius Caesar: A Tragic Hero

    Tragic Hero Essay In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, conspirators wage a war against the Roman Republic, which as one knows all too well, ends in tragedy. Led by Brutus and Cassius, rebels against Julius Caesar plot to kill him in fear of his overuse of power, but once he is dead, a war over power begins between Caesar’s assistant Antony, Brutus, and Cassius. In the end, Cassius along with Brutus kill themselves in fear of surrender and to die noble men. While he never…

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  • Essay On Rhetorical Devices In Marc Antony's Speech

    A rhetorical device is a technique a write uses to establish an underlying meaning. In Marc Antony’s remembrance speech at Caesar’s funeral, rhetorical devices were used to convince the audience that Brutus was deceitful. Additionally, in President Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address”, it is evident that the usage of these devices helped to persuade American citizens to unite and remember those who died for our country during the Battle of Gettysburg. Lastly, rhetorical devices are present in Hillary…

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  • Patricians And Plebeians Analysis

    The economic and political differences between the Patricians and the Plebeians Introduction Firstly, it’s important that I explain what the two levels of citizenship were in Ancient Rome for the purpose of this assignment. Rome’s first class citizens were called the Patricians, the name originates from the Latin word “patres”, which is plural for “father”. A class filled with aristocrats and the extremely wealthy that were also the minority. The second class of citizens included everyone…

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  • Tamburlaine Irony Essay

    The irony helps Marlowe’s objectivity. Through his presentation of a military hero who defeats all enemies, yet who is himself subject to ultimate defeat, death, because of his mortality, through his presentation of two challenges to natural order and his declaration of their futility, through his presentation of an enemy that Tamburlaine conquers but whose character is questionable as a worthy opponent, and through his presentation of opposing points of view regarding names applied to…

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  • Summary Of Soliloquies In Shakespeare's Richard The III

    In the opening Act of Richard the III, Shakespeare introduces the protagonist, Richard, with a soliloquy, revealing a brilliant and witty mind within a deformed body. The house of York, as described, has taken power and Edward “this son of York” has been crowned king. In lines 1-41 of Act 1, Scene 1, Richard reflects on how these events affect him. He begins the plots and descriptions that will fool successive characters (like his brothers). Shakespeare uses soliloquies as a mode of expressing…

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  • Akhenaten's Religious Revolution

    In his article, “Akhenaten: Egyptian Pharaoh, Nefertiti’s Husband, Tut’s Father”, Jarus mentions that the Akhenaten was the son of Amenhotep III and his wife Queen Tiye. According to his article, “Akhenaten was a pharaoh who reigned over the Egypt for about 17 years between roughly 1353 B.C. and 1335 B.C. When he ascended the throne his name was Amenhotep IV, but in his sixth year of rule he changed it to Akhenaten which can be translated as the Benevolent one of the Aten.” According to the…

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  • Analysis Of Pompeii And Herculaneum By Hercules

    There is mythology of Pompeii and Herculaneum by Hercules. According to Pompeii and Herculaneum: A Sourcebook, “Hercules was sent to the western edge of the world, to Gades (modern Cadiz, Spain). Having defeated the monster Geryon there, he drove Geryon's herd of cattle back to Greece, passing through Italy on his travels. As he did so, he was said to have bestowed upon Pompeii its name, derived from the word for procession common to Greek and Latin (pompe/ pompa). Nearby Herculaneum was also…

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  • Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum Analysis

    Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum: A Phrase with Multiple Definitions and Facets Si vis pacem, para bellum is a Latin expression translated as if you want peace, prepare for war. A version of the idea in early works such as Plato’s Nomoi Laws conveyed a similar message. The expression comes from the writer Publius Flavius Vegetius Rentus. Publius referenced the phrase in a book he wrote titled Epitoma Rei Militaris. This phrase had numerous definitions and facets. The definitions may differ depending…

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  • Maya Angelou Adversity

    A proverb stated by Martin Luther king Jr., “ The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy”. This is saying is to claim that a man will not show his true abilities and talents during contented times but during the hardships and embroilment times. I agree with the quotation about adversity from the Roman poet Horace, in that adversity has a way of triggering capabilities from dormant,…

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