Samuel Hahnemann

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  • Women Values And Characters In The Heretic's Daughter

    is an unusual woman in this era. Women were usually more submissive characters, however, she is the complete opposite which goes against the Puritan beliefs and causes the society to resent her. Shortly after that, Martha and Sarah had traveled to Samuel Preston’s land to complain about his cow eating and trespassing onto their lands. Preston is used to intimidating women. “I don’t think, until that moment, a woman had ever met his anger without a bowed head and a curved back” (118). Martha…

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  • Mahesh Dattani Drama Analysis

    Multilevel sets, flashback device and role switching are the noted theatrical techniques of Dattani to juxtapose the past and the present effectively.The use of multi-level sets helps in connecting the past with present. “Mahesh Dattani’s plays are played out on multi-level sets where interior and exterior become one, and geographical locations collapse. In short, his settings are as fragmented as the families who inhabit them” (Dhawan and Pant 35). It is interesting to note the comments of John…

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  • East India Company Case Study

    Earlier, the East India Company was mainly concerned with carrying on its business in India i.e., it was mainly concerned with trade and commerce in India. Towards the end of the 18th century the East India Company assumed real power after the Battle of Plassey and Buxar in 1764. Its administration was however in the hands of the people of commerce whose main interest was in making money for serving their own vested interests rather than providing the people under their jurisdiction with an…

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  • Cultural Patriotism In The Poetry Of Swami Vivekananda

    Swami Vivekananda who, in words of Sister Nivedita (Margaret Elizabeth Noble his Irish devoted disciple), breathed India. He was a personality of multiple facets – a thinker, a philosopher, a saint, a preacher, a leader, a reformer and so on. Very few people know him as a Poet. The English poetry in India brought by the ending years of the nineteenth century has chiefly taken the form of a revival of cultural patriotism, highly necessary for a nation. It also has religious impact on it in the…

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  • Unrequited Love In Twelfth Night

    Twelfth Night is a play which does not end happily for all its characters. Did this add to or take away from your enjoyment of the end of the play? In the concluding act of ‘Twelfth Night’, Act Five, there is a mix of emotions for all of the characters. During closing stages of the play, several of the characters are unhappy and confused, whilst others are happy and excited. During the play, one of the main themes is unrequited love. This always means that some would end up being unhappy…

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  • Rosemary's Baby Feminist Analysis

    Amelia Matczak Professor Banas Rosemary’s Baby DUE 10.5.2017 The Devil’s Feminist Agenda If you were to ask a horror film junkie, an atheist and a clinical psychologist what the true meaning of Rosemary’s Baby is, you are destined to get three very different answers. Largely, these different interpretations vary based on their belief in the reality or imagination of Satan during the film. Furthermore, if Rosemary’s child is truly the son of Satan, an allegory for human existence, or a…

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  • Short Summary Of Miayn's Farm By Krishna Prem

    Miayn’s Farm, is a famous short story written by Krishna Prem, dealing with the killing of female child in the ages by gone and the modern times. The story develops a connection between the ancient society and the modern society, and tries to explore how the things have gone from bad to worse. The story develops around Ranoo, who once was a victim of this evil practice, but was saved by a man of morals, Padmanaabh. It also shows that in the times bygone among parents mother was never willing to…

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  • Themes And Metaphors In Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot

    “Waiting for Godot” uses stage direction, parallels, uncertainty, and a tragicomedy approach in order to show that Estragon and Vladimir’s lives are meaningless. This also extends to eventually convey Samuel Beckett’s larger commentary on the purpose of human existence. Beckett wants to show how every individual’s life has no purpose or meaning. Before any thorough analysis can be made, it is important to understand the larger, extended metaphor that is this play—a metaphor for humankind. This…

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  • Criticism And Utilitarianism In Hard Times By Charles Dickens

    Hard Times is a novel written by Charles Dickens which judge the English society and tells us about the social and economic pressures of the 19th century. Hard Times is a Victorian novel and is very realistic. Victorian novels bring about realism in literature. Dickens novels are realistic depiction of Victorian society like class consciousness, rapid urbanization, poverty, child labor etc. Dickens talk about love, aspiration, human passion and Hard Times is a novel written by Charles Dickens…

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  • The Theme Of Uncertainty In Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot

    The Theme of ‘Uncertainty’ in Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot is the English translation of the famous post war French play En Attendant Godot by Samuel Beckett written between 1948 and 1949. The plot of the play revolves around two tramps- Vladimir and Estragon who waits for the arrival of an acquaintance named “Godot”. However, Godot never comes and throughout the play, these two tramps engage themselves in various discussions, activities, and encounters. Being a play that belongs to the…

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