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Term Papers on English

Virginia Woolf
Number of words: 421 - Number of pages: 2

.... locked in their houses occupied with fear, every hour the thought of death progressing in their head. This is an example of great imagery she uses in explaining an event. In the same essay she has many more examples of imagery, more than can be expressed. I am beginning to believe she is as remarkable as people say. The more and more I read her writing, the more I began to believe this. She grabs my attention faster and more intensely than any other essayist. Many people believe her writing style is hard to comprehend, which I can understand why. This all .....


The Charlie Barber Treatment -
Number of words: 454 - Number of pages: 2

.... hers and Simon’s relationship, right from the beginning. “ “I’m not going up there alone.” Simon has a sudden sense of being out played.” Here Simon knows that she has no intention of letting him go. I think Charlie is a very independent girl. “Who cares what other people think?” She also shows she is independent by being in the village without her dad. We know that Charlie is quite caring from when she won’t give Simon any sugar for his tea. She playfully argues with him. “It’s bad for you .....


Frankenstein Essay
Number of words: 671 - Number of pages: 3

.... hated him because of it. If villagers didn't run away at the sight of him, then they might have even enjoyed his personality. The monster tried to accomplish this when he encountered the De Lacey family. The monster hoped to gain friendship from the old man and eventually his children. He knew that it could have been possible because the old man was blind, he could not see the monster's repulsive characteristics. But fate was against him and the "wretched" had barely conversed with the old man before his children returned from their journey and saw a monst .....


The Awakeing
Number of words: 830 - Number of pages: 4

.... and be happy and content with that as their life. Society portrays this to be a woman's rightful job and duty. A woman should act and look "proper" at all times. This is what Edna is fighting against in this novel. She feels that, though many women agree with this "known" rule, it isn't fair. For six years Edna conforms to these ideas by being a "proper" wife and mother, holding Tuesday socials and going to operas, following the same enduring schedule. It is only after her summer spent at Grand Isle that her "mechanical" lifestyle becomes apparent to her. She .....


Difficulty In Making An Important Decision
Number of words: 385 - Number of pages: 2

.... one was the possibility of failing at a new endeavor or not being able to find a new job. These possibilities made me feel uncomfortable and insecure. If I failed or could not find a new position, what would my family think of me? Failing at a new career would also cause me to lose confidence in myself. These concerns, failure and financial, and not finding a new job made this decision very difficult. The decision to choose a new career was an extremely important one. The sole function of a career is not just to provide a means to make a living; it shoul .....


Jungle Night
Number of words: 559 - Number of pages: 3

.... stalking waiting to kill the man with the cloak. The author also uses the image of a "Man with the tiny anvil" who we see as really un-important however we fail to realize that he actual adds a great deal of suspense with the way he taps the metal. In the first stanza he "ÖStrikes it softly like a bell-Tink-tink; tink-tink." (ll. 3-4) and in the second to last stanza "Strikes-twice; Strikes-twice" (l. 21) which gives a sense that something more is yet to come. In the first stanza when the two men are first introduced, the .....


The Demons Within
Number of words: 1000 - Number of pages: 4

.... to be very good or successful. Throughout the novel, not one of them is ever actually publisher. Not even Marito’s friends really like his writing. In Chapter thirteen he reads the one about Aunt Eliana to Javier, Aunt Julia, and even to Pascual and Big Pablito. After they hear it, not one of them really has anything nice to say about it at all. So, although writing is one of Marito’s passions, it is also one of his demons. It is basically his job and how he makes a living at the radio station “Radio Panamericana,” but it controls the rest of his live awa .....


Frankenstein
Number of words: 638 - Number of pages: 3

.... the old man and eventually his children. He knew that it could have been possible because the old man was blind, he could not see the monster's repulsive characteristics. But fate was against him and the "wretched" had barely conversed with the old man before his children returned from their journey and saw a monstrous creature at the feet of their father attempting to do harm to the helpless elder. "Felix darted forward, and with supernatural force tore [the creature] from his father, to whose knees [he] clung..." Felix's action caused great inner pain to the .....



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