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The Interpretation Of Dreams
Number of words: 666 - Number of pages: 3

.... He was thirsty when he was dreaming, and in his dream he was rewarded with a glass of water. Freud also states these kinds of dreams as "dreams of convenience". (311). In Freud's next examples, he uses the comparison of adults and children. In paragraph nine Freud says, "We may expect to find the very simplest forms of dreams in children". Most readers would agree when Freud further explains this statement of his by saying, "…since there can be no doubt that their psychical productions are less complicated than those of adults." Freud goes .....

Analysis Of The Machine That W
Number of words: 461 - Number of pages: 2

.... capable of creating a direct battle plan which Earth forces could use to attack their enemies. However, with Henderson inputting faulty data, this caused some of the battle plans to be unreliable. His internal conflict between himself losing his job and wanting to keep it made him jingle with the programming until it seemed right. This foreshadowing helps the reader to see that someone is going to have to act upon Henderson’s faults if the war is to be won. Swift, the military commander, received these battle plans that Henderson had ‘printed up’ out on .....

Richard Iii
Number of words: 1304 - Number of pages: 5

.... not fit the perfect qualities known to Kings. His brothers, on the other hand, do possess the ability to love and both were married or betrothed. Edward even had two women to love! Some may say that Edward was illegitimate because of his other lover, but, is it better and more respectable to not be able to have love or to have several loves? A King should be able to love to rule a Kingdom otherwise he may be a ruthless killer as Shakespeare demonstrates in the play. Gaining the hand of a woman not only makes a King look worthy to love but also .....

Frosts Tuft Of Flowers And Men
Number of words: 746 - Number of pages: 3

.... the flowers. The man that follows the mower feels a special kinship to him because he also likes the flowers. The beauty of a simple patch of flowers brings the narrator to realize that although he may work by himself, he is part of something bigger; the human race. Frost also demonstrates how men never exist alone when surrounded by nature. In “The Tuft of Flowers”, the speaker thinks he works alone. Then frost writes, “But as I said it, swift there passed me by on noiseless wing a ‘wildred butterfly” (18). The Butterfly become .....

Lindo Jong
Number of words: 754 - Number of pages: 3

.... at her new home, the place where she would start her new future, she could see by the outside of the house that the Huangs were much higher in society than her family was. Once she stepped inside, however, she sees that the house is uncomfortable and imposing. Lindo was not welcomed warmly as a new member of the family. Instead she was shown to the servants' quarters which gave her a good idea about her position in this household. Her sole purpose of being the bride of Tyan-yu was to provide grandsons for Huang Taitai, her mother-in-law-to-be. Lindo was .....

A Separate Peace And A Real War
Number of words: 3388 - Number of pages: 13

.... or "life" or "reality" he will assume that you mean this moment, even if it is fifty years past. The world, through his unleashed emotions, imprinted itself upon him, and he carries the stamp of that passing moment forever. (32) This statement explains that Gene must have something that is his "stamp." This stamp appears to define an individual-exemplifying what he stands for. It is found that this is true in the next paragraph where Gene continues, "For me, this moment-four years is a moment in history-war the war. Th .....

Continental Drift
Number of words: 3066 - Number of pages: 12

.... the men in The Odyssey look to Odysseus as the touchstone of masculinity, Bob Dubois looks to the men in his life in his attempt to become a good man. Bob wants to become a mythical male, "handsome, of course, and sexy and good-humored; he’s not rich, not yet, {…} he’s kind and gentle, tender to women, children and animals, without being sentimental, however, because after all, he’s a "man’s man" as well; he’s a stern yet jocular father to his children, and he can take care of his wife too, can assume a custodial role in her life, honoring and att .....

The Intelligence Of Odysseus
Number of words: 578 - Number of pages: 3

.... sleeping, Odysseus and his men carved a sharp stake from a wooden pole. They then counted to three and shoved it hot from the fire into the Cyclops’ eye. Then as the blinded Cyclops guarded the door with his sense of touch, Odysseus quickly gathered his men and instructed them to hang on to the belly of the sheep as they passed out the entrance. By his cunning and resourcefulness, Odysseus used the wine as a stunner, the pole as a weapon, and the sheep as a getaway vehicle. To free his men from her evil spell, Odysseus (with a little help from Hermes) manipu .....

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