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Essay On Tragic Characters Fro
Number of words: 432 - Number of pages: 2

.... it due to the fact that he is a traitor. Her downfall is her death which comes after she buries Polynices, she is caught and brought to Creon, whose is king and son Haimon is to marry her. He sentences her to be banished and locked away in a cave in which she hangs herself and later Haimon also kills himself. The tragedy of this play is that the main character, Antigone, dies all because she wanted to bury her brother but is banished and kills herself. The aspect of Antigone affects the play in an important way because she wins favor of the reader/spectat .....

Native Son
Number of words: 1380 - Number of pages: 6

.... who had the most influence on Bigger. I feel that Max had the most influence on Bigger. Max helped Bigger realize what he had done wrong and how that not all white people were out to get the black man. At times Bigger felt that Max was only trying to hurt him but I think that deep down inside, Bigger knew Max was only there to help him. A wave of excited voices swept over the room. Bigger's fingers gripped the arms of the chair. Max's hand touched his shoulder, Bigger turned and Max whispered, Sit still Mr. Coroner? Yes? In the capacity of Bigger T .....

Careful, He Might Hear You
Number of words: 1832 - Number of pages: 7

.... Lila and Uncle George. PS sees himself solely as Lila and George’s child and this perception that he has on himself directly influences the nature of his relationship with them. Being a six year old child yet to develop his own personal sense of identity, PS trusts implicitly in Lila and George and believes, in his innocent naive way, that they will always do what is best for him. This is not so much carelessness on PS’s part, as an ignorance of any other type of upbringing and love than that administered to him by Lila and George. His unawareness o .....

MacBeth And His Chang Througho
Number of words: 1029 - Number of pages: 4

.... shall decieve our bosom interest…And with his former title greet Macbeth.” (i, ii) This is very ironic. He is positive that he will not be deceived again, but as shown later in the story he is, but he suffers more greatly from Macbeth’s deception. Before hearing of this wonderful news, Macbeth speaks to three witches that predict he will be Thane of Cawdor and eventually king. Obviously, in disbelief he leaves, not yet knowing that he has earned the title. He then meets with a man who tells him this. When meeting with the king he is quoted as saying, “The .....

Analysis Of Steppenwolf Diseas
Number of words: 1096 - Number of pages: 4

.... disease of loneliness has brought him to the point of suicide, brought him to the edge of existence. He is at the point of suicide when he meets his treatment and his cure. Companionship and love. That is the only help for this most debilitating of diseases, companionship and love. One will help but only both together will be able to cure him of his wretched mental sickness. His cure happens to come in the form of a beautiful young woman named Hermine. She is his treatment and his cure, but whether he allows her to help him is up to himself. Hermine shows .....

Book Report On Strunk And Whit
Number of words: 488 - Number of pages: 2

.... singular of nouns by adding 's. This shows that a noun is owned by a another noun. Placing a comma before a conjunction introducing an independent clause. If there is a comma placed in the middle of a sentence before a word, such as and or but, there are two separate clauses in that sentence. When the comma is reached the second clause has the appearance of an after-thought. You should be careful on the that rule because if there is not an and or but then the comma should be a semicolon. Make sure that you keep the writing in one tense because the reader may .....

Comparative Essay Between The
Number of words: 706 - Number of pages: 3

.... novel too. Mr. Dolphus Raymond states his opinions of discrimination to Dill perfectly, "You aren't thin-hided, it just makes you sick, doesn't it?" Atticus also tells his children some very good advice for the future, "As you grow older you'll see white men cheat black men every day of your life, but let me tell you something and don't you forget it-whenever a white man does that to a black man, no matter who he is, how rich he is, or how fine a family he comes from, that white man is trash." Women, as well as children, although they are not a minority, they a .....

Jane Eyres Struggle For Love
Number of words: 997 - Number of pages: 4

.... An example of this is when Jane stands up to her aunt saying, "You think I have no feelings, and that I can do without one bit of love or kindness, but I cannot live so: and you have no pity" (Bronte, 68). Here, Jane makes her first declaration of independence, contending that she will no longer be a secondary member in the Reed household. At Lowood, Jane is repulsed by Mr. Blocklehurst and his "two-faced" character and coarseness. However, while at Lowood, Jane finds her first true friend in the form of Helen Burn .....

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