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Siddhartha Theme – Sample 640 words

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“Yes,” said the Ferry man, “ a very beautiful river, I love it more than anything. Often I have listened to it, often I have looked into its eyes and always I have learned from it. Much can be learned from a river. ” There are many possible themes for this book that would all […]

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Sherlock Holmes (#5) – Sample 271 words

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The note reads out, “DON’T GO HOME”. He thus not only saves Pip, the protagonist, but also saves the story from ending abruptly as the following pages have Pip uncovering much suspense. If Wemmick would not have saved Pip’s life then the third stage of Pip’s life would have been incomplete and the reader would […]

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Schindler’s List vs Book Thief – Sample 871 words

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The character Death, in Zusack’s The Book Thief says: “That’s the sort of thing I’ll never know- what humans are capable of. ” Discuss the way this statement reflects one or more texts you have seen or read this year. Adaptation is the ability to adjust for existence under environmental conditions. Like how animals adapt […]

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Romeo and Juliet (#40) – Sample 1356 words

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How does William Shakespeare present violence and conflict in Romeo and Juliet and what does the audience learn from the consequences of the characters action? In Romeo and Juliet the themes of conflict and violence are very important. The prologue, which acts as an overview of the play, highlights this. The lines “From ancient grudge […]

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Revenge and Delay in Hamlet – Sample 785 words

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The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare is one of his most influential tragedies telling the story of treachery, revenge and moral corruption. The play is about Prince Hamlet who seeks to exact revenge on his uncle Claudius for murdering his King Hamlet, Claudius’s brother. Hamlet’s father then succeeds the throne and […]

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Religion & Historical Background of Young Goodman Brown – Sample 663 words

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There are times when religion and innocence are questioned. Some people may argue that heritage can be a deciding factor in how religion can play a major role in how we view one another. The story Young Goodman Brown was the outcome of Hawthorne’s experience through his young adulthood, which was heavily impacted by the […]

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Pride and Prejudice: Letter to Mrs Elizabeth Bennet – Sample 399 words

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Several days ago, I deemed to explain to you the idea of an ‘accomplished’ woman, conversely due to the lack of explanation the description conveyed was rather uninformative and tedious. Consequently, I write in another attempt to clarify my points, as I am not one who is virtuous at expressing myself verbally. Women are to […]

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Phoniness and Innocence in The Catcher in the Rye – Sample 806 words

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There comes a time when everybody has to say good-bye to their teenage years and become an adult. The carefree childhood will be challenged by strains and expectations. Those unwilling to face them are doomed to fail. Holden Caulfield, the 16-year-old protagonist of J.D. Salinger’s novel The Catcher in the Rye, is one of the […]

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Paulo Freire and Revolutionary Education – Sample 1681 words

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In reading Paulo Freire’s inspiring and idealistic book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, first published in 1970, the question arises is whether such a radically transformed educational system is even possible. According the person I interviewed, a professor with many years of teaching experience in many countries, the answer is not particularly optimistic. Paolo Freire’s radical […]

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