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Analysis Of Macbeth
Number of words: 552 - Number of pages: 3

.... to transpire when he came upon the sleeping king. He was going to kill Duncan nonetheless, and never even considered the consequences. He only knew that he needed power, but not how to acquire it. While speaking of the advancing enemy, Macbeth says to a servant, "I'll fight, till from my bones my flesh be hacked. Give me my armor." He refuses to acknowledge that his fate may be drawing near. He boldly trods through everything he comes upon, counting on blind luck and arrogance to get him through the day. Macbeth feels that whatever he believes is automatic .....

Number of words: 1382 - Number of pages: 6

.... it without a prompter" (I, ii, lines 80-3). The power shown here is quite astounding. The nature of 's character is of a dark man. A dark man, not only because he is black, but also because his whole person is very mysterious. He is mysterious in that he believes there is magic brewing everywhere. With this dark side he is also very outgoing, and not very bright. It is almost too easy for Iago to trick him into believing that Desdemona is unfaithful. Though he doesn't reflect too much on his past, it is apparent that he has been very successful in ma .....

Lord Of The Flies 4
Number of words: 1555 - Number of pages: 6

.... the story, we meet the character, Ralph, the protagonist of the novel. Ralph is an example of the ethical citizen, intelligent and responsible but, on many occasions, is caught up in the opinion of others. The leadership that Ralph offers isn’t as stable and organized because he isn’t able to control the “littluns” and the others after a certain point. This is when the society that Ralph tries to create starts to break apart and Jack takes control. Then immediately comes Piggy, a chubby asthmatic but intelligent kid, who becomes  .....

Romeo And Juliet
Number of words: 607 - Number of pages: 3

.... is because he hopes that the marriage will end the hostilities between the two houses. When he says \"Shall Romeo by my letters know our drift, and hither shall he come; and he and I shall watch thy waking, and that very night shall Romeo bear thee to Mantua.\" (Act 4, Scene 1), he tells Juliet how everything will be all right. Unfortunately, for all his good intentions the play still ends in tragedy. Friar Lawrence is a man who is not afraid to take risks when he feels it is neccesary to help someone. For example in Act 2, Scene 6, when he marries , he .....

Incorporation Of The American
Number of words: 1014 - Number of pages: 4

.... Nick’s description of Tom shows his stature of a bully and that how he maybe able to get things done. Then later in the story Tom does another thing, which shows his resemblance of this type of behavior: “‘Daisy! Daisy! Daisy!” shouted Mrs. Wilson. “I’ll say it whenever I want to! Daisy! Dai—.’ Making a short deft movement Tom Buchanan broke her nose with his open hand”(41). In this confrontation, he does not get mad at her because she is chanting his wife’s name but just to show that who is in charge and that no one is above him. Tom by being i .....

To Kill A MockingTo Kill A Moc
Number of words: 757 - Number of pages: 3

.... is treated like an inferior is Scout by her teacher, because she knew how to read. "She discovered that I was literate and looked at me with more than faint distaste. (p.17)." Scout is treated like it is her fault that she knows more than the average child did. She learned earlier than others so she gets punished unjustly. Tom Robinson is also one who is discriminated by a biased community. Tom is found guilty by the jury in his case against the Ewells (p.211). The guilty verdict is a direct result of a racist community. Tom was never given a fair chance in the .....

Ordinary People
Number of words: 1319 - Number of pages: 5

.... drinks too many martinis. Conrad seems consumed with despair. A return to normalcy, school and home-life, appear to be more than Conrad can handle.Chalk-faced, hair-hacked Conrad seems bent on perpetuating the family myth that all is well in the world. His family, after all, "are people of good taste. They do not discuss a problem in the face of the problem. And, besides, there is no problem." Yet, there is not one problem in this family but two - Conrad's suicide and the death by drowning of Conrad's older brother, Buck. Conrad eventually contacts a psychiatris .....

A Rose For Emily
Number of words: 1294 - Number of pages: 5

.... to collect these reportedly remitted taxes. The encounter between the next generation with its more modern ideas and the aged Miss Emily gives the first visual details of the inside of the house and of her. Inside was a dusty, dank desolate realm dominated by the presence of the crayon portrait of her father. Miss Emily was described as a small, fat woman in black, with a thin gold chain descending to her waist and vanishing into her belt, leaning on an ebony cane with a tarnished gold head. Her skeleton was small and spare: perhaps that was why what would have .....

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