Term Papers on Book Reports
The Killer Angels
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.... story seldomly
deviates from the movie. The movie illustrates Mr. Shaara's ability to tell a
complex story with clarity. The novel shows a great depiction of the tragedy of
war, like in the part when Armistead races into battle, even though he is
fighting his best friend (Hancock), and they both get shot. It really shows the
views of each side, and what each character felt.
The Killer Angels' will satisfy both the history buff and the Civil War
buff. But, the sense of duty, honor, and the appalling loss of life as well as
the unbelievable heroism displayed b .....
Courage In Individuals In "On Being Seventeen", "The Most Dangerous Game" And "Giving Blood"
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.... more excepted in places where he once was
ostracized. He even tries to help people with the same problem he has. Ň
Maybe he was scared like I was....In elementary school it was not
easy....In high school I made honors and even won a letter on the cross
country team.Ó He put his fears aside to do what had to be done. To learn
the best he could in school for later life. The next story deals with
courage in another way. Physically.
Mr. Rainsford from The Most Dangerous Game is a sailor who is
shipwrecked on an island inhabited by only one person. A .....
An Analysis On "Araby"
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occupied the narrator's house before the narrator make us wonder if the
priest led a life of vanity. His early obsession with Mangan's sister now
seems in vain. “I had never spoken to her ... and yet her name was like a
summons to my foolish blood. (4)” He feels ashamed and ridiculed by his
earlier inability to communicate with Mangan's sister. He sees how
distracted he was by his anticipation of the bazaar. He recalls that he “
had hardly any patience with the serious work of life. (12)” The narrator
is embarrassed by the time he had wasted, and t .....
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.... that owners did not care about their workers but were just money hungry.
Many workers had hazards to their jobs four examples of this would be; one wool pluckers lost fingers from acid. Second the workers who used knife lost or had hardly any fingers left especially the tumb. Third workers who worked in chilling rooms had rheumatism. And finally those workers who made tin for the cans had badly cut hands and, chances of getting blood poisoning. This proved that bosses did not care if workers were sick our had chances of dying as long as there work was cheap. .....
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.... for the heretics. The penalty in the medieval era for heresy was often public humiliation or to burn to death. For Dante, to be a heretic was to follow one’s own opinion and not the beliefs of the Christian Church. Dante’s punishment for the “arch heretics and those who followed them” was that they be “ensepulchered” and to have some tombs “heated more, some less.” Since the archheretics believed that everything died with the body and that there was no soul, Dante not only punishes them with the hot and crowded .....
Comparsion Between Hearst And
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.... Streams, and all sorts of beasts of chase and game, and in the middest thereof a sumptuous house of pleasure, which may be removed from place to place…
Kane's house in Citizen Kane fits this description well it had meadows, springs, streams, and statues of all sorts of animals, whether chase or game. Hearst house in California's Santa Lucia Mountains also fits Samuel Purhas description of Xanadu. Hearst house is known as La Cuesta Encantada or The Enchanted Hill. The Enchanted Hill has 165 room's 127 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways. The rooms .....
Book Report: Bless Me, Ultima
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.... the river. The memory of his death stays with Tony throughout the novel and causes him to think about the difference between good and evil and forgiveness.
Narciso- An honorable man who tries to protect Ultima from harm. Because of the loss of his young wife, Narciso begins to drink and is known as the town drunk. Through his garden, Narciso makes magic by growing beautiful flowers and plants. He is later killed by Tenorio in cold blood while trying to warn Ultima of harm and is buried as the town drunk instead of the hero that he is.
Leon, Andrew, an .....
The Scarlet Letter: Dimmersdale Is A Coward And A Hypocrite
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.... manage this. He is a typical diagnosis of a "wuss".
To some extent, Dimmesdale's story is one of a single man tempted into the
depths of the hormonal world. This world, however, is a place where the
society treats sexuality with ill grace. But his problem is enormously
complicated by the fact of Hester's marriage (for him no technicality), and
by his own image of himself as a cleric devoted to higher things. Unlike
other young men, Dimmesdale cannot accept his loss of innocence and go on
from there. He must struggle futilely to get back to where he was. T .....