The writing "misses " of Gothic legends at the ending of the century remained targets for scathing comments that rated their work on a par with that of printers ' devils . The very character of a feminine author was the object of suspicion . All but ostracised from the arts , women were no more present in the judiciary , politics , science , industry , or business . They simply had no vacancy in the common world of eighteenth-century men whose very retreats from their labours--clubs , taverns , and...
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The Road Not Taken " In this poem , Frost 's great genius is his ability to successfully merge both strands of expression , moving form the personal to the social , to the universal . In this regard , the poem becomes emblematic of any difficult decision and infers that subjective response is always a part of any decision , although the results are certain to impact beyond the personal . This latter aspect is where Frost , like Eliot , confronts the modernist psyche , the sense of cosmopolitan...
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He feels home and certainly admits without any biases that he is truly a Native American Indian by all means . No right words could match his feeling as well as his people . What Tom Whitecloud believe is that these people , even no words come from their mouth , share his happiness and peacefulness as they are all together laughing , dancing and sensing the good mood and ambience set by the moon , stars , the coldness of the night , and the warmth of...
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Metaphor ``the provinces especially had a narrow escape , ``her flesh was worn , and perhaps by the weight of laurels ' Socratic robes as if they were a family coat of arms , could penetrate to remote hamlets without ever leaving Hollywood . Janet Flander described more colorful the story of Isadora 's life . Passos omitted several facts , for example : ``She early refused (though...
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The fourth example is when the ruler delivers his people into subjection by a foreign government . Lastly Locke believed that should the ruler abandon his trust or fails to put the laws in action (Hole 38 . Locke had justified the deposition of James II by arguing that government rested on a contract between government and governed and that , if the...
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Moreover , these economic struggles took place at every phase in the mode of production . At the level of production proper , the drive continually to expand or be swallowed up by larger concerns compelled filmmakers to go into hitherto uncharted territories of distribution and exhibition at the level of exchange , it compelled exhibitors to band together and go into production and...
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Candide and the other characters put hard labour in their garden which yielded them a plentiful crop . As a result they had no time for leisure or for idle speculations and found at last the happiness that so long eluded them . This criticism of philosophy that encompasses Candide is much more surprising and dramatic given Voltaire 's own status of...
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Franciscan friar steals all the jewellery of Miss Cunegund . Despite the vow of poverty taken as a member of the Franciscan , he operates as a jewel thief . Finally the author introduces a Jesuit colonel who has marked homosexual tendencies . In the story religious leaders are shown to tyrannize humanity . The baroness Miss Cunegund is reduced to the status of a...
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After all these , he was forced to ponder on how he saw Miss Kenton in the past . He reflected on his true feelings for her . He wondered `what might have been ' if the two of them had been together . As the story progresses , more truths were revealed . This includes Stevens and Miss Kenton 's true feelings for each other which...
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Once more , my expectations of the author are met as he deals an ominous line to end the story : I feel depressed . But I won 't go into it with her . I 've already told her too much . She sits there waiting , her dainty fingers poking her hair . Waiting for what ? I 'd like to know . It is August . My...
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Bacon on public and private revenge should be made into account in looking at the act of revenge by Titus . While Titus is considered a public magistrate that is capable of public revenge , it is argue by this that the revenge he did is not public , rather it is the opposite . Private revenge as Bacon has contemplated in his essay...
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So the more objective you get , the more real you get . Plato 's second premise is that forms are more objective than material objects . This leads to the conclusion that forms are more real than objects . Plato says that the world we perceive with our senses often deceives us , a phenomenon that would not be present if the world and...
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In the ``Blue Winds Dancing ' a hero finally finds himself surrounded by the people he loves and the people who love him in an atmosphere of an Indian holiday for which he longed for long weeks in a college : ``I look out beyond the walls into the night and see the lights . I am happy . It is beautiful . I am...
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She would have found social resistance and parental pressure in getting married off and fulfilling the social chores as a home maker than of being a professional writer or dramatist . Pursuing writing as a career would have been so unheard of that she would have had to be outrageously rebellious or ashamed of her urge to express herself and write...
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