Killing for vengeance was a male 's responsibility but Medea did it . Medea is set in the same environment as the Aeschylus ' Agamemnon and the similarities between the two women is that they come out as strong , passionate women who commit horrendous acts to protest against inequality (Mack , 1998 ) In the epic of Gilgamesh , the woman is portrayed as passive and submissive . Men are seen to be strong . This is a Sumerian tale where women tend to be passive but...
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/ Odysseus ' hands and feet were like this boy 's / This head and hair , and the glinting of his eyes (IV , 159-61 ) Telemachus is important in this seem as readers are allowed to see the difference between `beginning heroism ' and `transcendent heroism . Conclusion of the epic poem provides two key moments which show importance of Telemachus ' maturation and self-development : Firstly , when Telemachus sees that his mother is shocked meeting his father , he tells her to fall at his feet : ``Mother , cruel...
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Running head : POEMS FROM THE KOKINSHU Poems from the Kokinshu : A Literary Analysis (name (university (instructor 's name (course ) Poems from the Kokinshu : A Literary Analysis Poems from the Kokinshu is an anthology of poems from the Japanese medieval times (Lawall . ed , 2002 . The anthology is divided into different poems depicting human emotions as they vary season after season , or...
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Running head : World Lit 1 - Comparing Protagonists University : Name : Course : Tutor : Date : World Lit 1 - Comparing Protagonists Homer 's hero in The Odyssey - Odysseus - as well as Miguel de Cervantes ' Don Quixote hero - Don Quixote - share certain characteristics based on their actions in the 2 novels . For example , the two protagonists demonstrate similar heroic traits , such as both are courageous...
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Author Professor Subject Date Greek Tragedy Tragedies are a common genre of literature which began during the ancient . Many narratives or stories found its way to libraries and household shelves in this form . Like other genre 's of literature , tragedies also have standards with which the power of it being an effective tragedy is measured . According to Felski (2008 , tragedy...
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A leader must be a genius according to Clausewitz , and he must have the ability to face the unexpected with poise and clarity of mind (website , Handel . His ``energy , staunchness , strength of mind , and character ' are also shared by the military and this initial personality gears up the army for encountering the ``danger , physical effort , uncertainty , and chance ' with zeal...
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(Name (Instructor (Class (Date ) On Epics Every continent in this world have epics which reflect their cultures , beliefs , and values . Some of these are Iliad and Beowulf . In for these literary pieces to be considered epics , they must posssess some properties a true epic must have . First , the epic must have personalities with heroic stature or legendary significance . The hero...
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She begins to see the errors of her ways . She describes her soul as having ``black and grained spots as it will not leave their tinct (Shakespeare , Ed . 1992 . theless Hamlets still keeps on this time accusing his mother of sleeping with the enemy ``Stew 'd in corruption , honeying and making love over the nasty sty (Shakespeare , Ed . 1992 . He...
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Closed cultures , on the other hand , do not allow themselves to succeed in the changing world because they are left behind . As other countries are becoming more competitive and more culturally aware , closed cultures are left holding an empty bag . The author uses a number of examples to illustrate how this has been true in the past , and he argues...
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Hephaestus . The goddess of wisdom , Athena , is also one of Zeus children from his many infidelities . However , Athena was born in a very unique way , of springing forth from Zeus forehead all grown up and fully armored , that 's why Zeus favored Athena a lot , even having the privilege of using Zeus ' thunderbolt weapon at times . Apollo and Artemis are...
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According to the UN 's Training Manual on Alternative Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice , there are 3 fundamental principles of Restorative Justice , namely Punitive actions do not always serve those interests best . The primary determinants of justice are the interests of the victim , the community and even the offender . Crimes are against individuals and , to some extent , communities , not against...
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Roman Empire . She played a distinguished role in the drama of the Julio-Claudian clan . A daughter of Agrippina the Elder and the most loved imperial heir Germanicus . So distinct was her influence that it can only be compared to a male authority . She has similarity with Livia , the wife of Augustus , who was a wife of an emperor and a...
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Athena - all these women signify unlimited human power , irresistible beauty and extreme wisdom and thoughtfulness . All these features altogether shape an ideal vision of a woman , who can use her powers and wit to achieve her individual or political goals . ``Telemachus , insolent braggart that you are , how dare you try to throw the blame upon us suitors ? It is your...
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The adventures of Odysseus officially begin after the Trojan defeat following the victory of the Greeks , he and his comrades have to overcome obstacles for ten years before the hero could safely go back home . Meanwhile , the story of Aeneas starts when the city of Troy is under attack . It is not until he leaves the fallen city that he...
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One reason for the failure of communism was to form ideal only in book but never applied it in real life . Don Quixote does not wait for the Holy Brotherhood , and retreats into the nearby mountains where another digression , more closely integrated into the text , takes place . It is the sad story of Cardenio , betrayed in love and now living...
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Higgins is everything that he believes the lower-class to be , simply because of their less than refined language skills . Now , indeed , some of the lower class people represent exactly what Higgins believes them to , like Mr . Doolittle for example , who only wants handouts when he senses his daughter 's position within the upper-class hands of Higgins ' and dismisses any value...
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In an aqua farm , the presence of any pollutant will be highly magnified because of the space and the high number of the fish that are present there . Most of the chemical compounds that are found in farm raised include PCBs and Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE . PBDE are highly carcinogenic substances that disrupt the endocrine system and release toxin to...
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Copernicus also acknowledges that the planets revolve around the sun . He identified the number of days before the known planets can complete one revolution around the sun . Furthermore , the Copernican model also explained the changes in seasons and the advent of eclipses . In the later volumes , Copernicus tried to explain the movements of the other planets and he also explained...
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