As a result, Vasily sacrifices his son's well-being to preserve…… [Read More]. Mythological Origin Story for Constellation Goddess in. Mythological Origin Story For Constellation Goddess In the most ancient times when Men had yet to assert their dominion over the Earth and its inhabitants, and vengeful Gods still controlled the destiny of all creatures, the land of Telzah was ruled by the goddess Anre.
As beautiful as she was benevolent, Anre was beloved throughout Tezlah and the people's devotion to her extended even beyond her land's borders.
Rather than use her awesome powers to extinguish life wantonly and enjoy herself at humanity's expense, habits her fellow gods and goddesses had long grown accustomed to, Anre was known far and wide for her willingness to aid the injured and assist the fallen.
Tales were often told of encountering Anre on one's travels, the extraordinary beauty of her earthly visage belying her any attempt to conceal her divinity, and invariably these stories ended with the provision of food and water, or…… [Read More].
Jesus in Looking to Find. The Gospel of Luke, as has been mentioned here, is very similar to that of Mark in its narrative and in describing Jesus, the man. This is an element of the Gospels about which authors Nickle and Brown agree. There is, too, a strong belief that the Gospel of Luke was written by a "missionary colleague of the Apostle Paul Nickle, , p. Luke is unique in that his book goes beyond the life of Jesus, into…… [Read More].
One of the reasons Five Guys is a success is because it is a places that makes burgers. We love to have a variety of choices of burgers. We will make our own burgers and we will pay for someone else to make our burgers for us just the way we like. Aesthetically, the burgers at Five Guys look appealing. They serve huge burgers with a wide selection of free topics not including any special toppings that come with the burger.
These few facts make it clear that Five Guys knows their consumers. Americans love burgers; they love big…… [Read More]. View From the Other Side. Friend, do not marry. Collect yourself a nice-looking cook for the kitchen, a winsome maid for the tidying up of one's bedroom, and let your mother boss you around every now and then, if you are the type of man who likes that sort of thing.
Collect women rather than take one woman to wife. Collect women like books. One does not read one book all one's life.
Rather different books exist for different purposes and give readers access to different realms of knowledge. So it should be with women.
Have a different woman for different purposes, and never settle on one single one for all. If you must marry, marry a woman who cannot write from the country, no matter how big her feet. Never, never marry…… [Read More]. Hamlet's Emotional State the Oxford. He questions whether he should try to clear the court of corruption or just give up and end his life now.
It is this emotional doubt that drives Hamlet to act deranged at times, but he overcomes it, and almost manages to answer the difficult questions posed in his life. In Lidz's book Freud is quoted as saying "that if anyone holds and expresses to others an opinion of himself such as this [Hamlet's "Use every man after his desert, and who shall escape whipping?
On his way to…… [Read More]. Vindication of the Rights of. Ross notes the development of Romanticism in the late eighteenth century and indicates that it was essentially a masculine phenomenon: Romantic poetizing is not just what women cannot do because they are not expected to; it is also what some men do in order to reconfirm their capacity to influence the world in ways socio-historically determined as masculine.
The categories of gender, both in their lives and in their work, help the Romantics establish rites of passage toward poetic identity and toward masculine empowerment. Even when the women themselves are writers, they become anchors for the male poets' own pursuit for masculine self-possession. Ross, , 29 Mary ollstonecraft was as famous as a writer in her day as her daughter.
Both mother and daughter were important proponents of the rights of women both in their writings and in the way they lived and served as role models for other…… [Read More]. A ight or Not? The issue of "euthanasia" is a matter of great controversy today.
It is often difficult to judge who the "right" to die under the influence of euthanasia without the "power of attorney" should be afforded. This paper will examine the issue of death and dignity from the perspective that all patients deserve to die with dignity, but face many obstacles in doing so.
One of the more frequent arguments against voluntary active euthanasia in the media and in literature is that "the push for a legalized right to die with medical assistance is a radical movement" carrying with it "alarming implications" for society Ballis…… [Read More].
Wind Carlos Ruiz Zafon's the. Once again Daniel has been magnetized by the power of a woman's beauty. This quote fits well with the author's overall use of sexual tension as he interweaves not only Daniel's story set in the present but multiple layers of a love story and history of Spain after orld ar II.
This magnetism also foreshadows Daniel's lack of a mother figure as the book starts out with him not remembering his mother's face.
This may be why this theme continues to come up in the story. He is searching for a mother in every woman. It feels like as if it's been waiting for me. Conclusion This paper briefly explored questions brought up by the reading of the Shadow of…… [Read More].
History of Immigration in the. The debate on the immigration should be stopped and sober legislation is needed to curb the influx.
American must work together to achieve this objective as we reflect our values and aspiration which bond us as a nation. This would the government tot document all the immigrants which would be benefit the country economically. Assist refugees both from within and outside to help them build themselves strong economically, socially and politically.
Most importantly, the protection of our borders should be more vigilant to prevent more illegal immigrants from entering the country. Conclusion Many studies have shown that immigrants play a very important role for the economic, social and political development of the United States. Therefore the immigration issues which affect5 the country should be handled with a lot of sobriety to…… [Read More]. Andrex developed an effective positioning statement?
Will it help Andrex face the future? Andrex, as the case study shows, relies almost exclusively on advertising for its success. Its positioning reflects its qualities, but most importantly its positioning has made Andrex a beloved and familiar product in the minds of many.
It is due to this positioning, that Andrex targets a premium market of older people mainly housewives who can afford the toilet paper. When recession hits, however, toilet paper is one of the first items that suffer and consumers prefer the cheaper brand. Andrex too has fierce competition that includes brands such as Scotts and Kleenex.
Andrex paper is represented by the Labrador puppy that seems to be an endearing symbol to many. It not only shows consistency but also warmth, strength and endurance.
The puppy has been inextricably linked with the toilet paper in the minds of many. Advertising and Promotional Communication. Embedded Communication in Advertising "There is no evidence that advertising can get people to do things contrary to their self-interest.
It penetrates the public mind with desires and belief. Corporate conglomerates and other private enterprises ascribe tremendous value to the persuasive power of advertising, bombarding the general public…… [Read More]. The lyrics are mournful and melancholy, as Ives eulogizes "another good cowpuncher who has gone to meet his fate," telling the story of Charlie Rutlage, a hand on the XIT ranch who was killed after his horse fell and crushed him underneath.
Ives sings the opening lines of the song with a celebratory bravado, lauding Rutlage by saying "Twill be hard to find another that's as liked as well as he" to suggest that the fallen cowboy was beloved by his friends and family. In my estimation, this passage is used by Ives to form an emotional connection between his listener and the…… [Read More]. Exegesis of Pauls Letter to Philemon. Book Of Philemon The epistle of Paul to Philemon has often been called a captivity epistle because it was written when Paul was imprisoned because of his Christian faith.
The frequent references to the Church and to Philemon's house underline the fact that Paul likely intended this to be a public, instructive letter, not simply a private document conveying information Witherington Philemon is usually studied in conjunction with Philippians, Colossians, and Ephesians Witherington 1.
Although the authorship of Ephesians is in doubt, the majority of Biblical scholars believe that Paul is likely the author of Philemon. Unlike the so-called Pastoral Epistles, Philemon can thus be viewed as relatively likely to be an account of Paul's own views.
What we know of Paul is that he was originally a Pharisee, allegedly once persecuted Jesus according to Acts, a less reliable account not by Paul himself and that "Paul…… [Read More]. The fact that this figure remains a guess says something important about what orrison was up against in trying to find out the full story of the slave trade.
Through her works she attempted to retell the stories of grief associated with slavery and terror, her characters living their lives with greater understanding of its value than almost any other set of characters in fiction today. Within the genre of the autobiography there is a different tenor of thought the words and deeds are that of the author and the message is clearly self, devolvement.
Angelou in the Heart of a Woman demonstrates the ideals of her time, as a civil rights organizer and protestor. She clearly spells out the strife that exists between whites, and blacks and the dangerous dance they are doing during what most would…… [Read More]. Chinese Poetry Boudoir Thoughts of. Giles never addresses the beloved, but refers to him in second-person, as if had been stricken from the mind of the poet and could not now be addressed but only spoken about. Since my lord left -- ah me unhappy day!
It is easier for them to address the clouds than to address him. One may also notice a subtle difference between the speaking of his return as well. Miao referring to him as having "went away," and yet has also stated as a fact that "when people separate they always reunite" -- so it may be only a matter of time, which…… [Read More]. Donne and Marvell "Metaphysical texts, primarily characterized through the conflation of traditional form with seditious linguistic techniques such as satire, irony, wit, parody and rhetoric, generate a microcosmic emphasis in many of the texts" even while the authors ultimately address 'macro' concerns of religion and man's place in the universe Uddin In poems such as John Donne's "The Flea" and "A Valediction Forbidding Mourning" and Andrew Marvell's "The Definition of Love," subjects such as the poet's adoration for his beloved take on a much higher significance than the personal sphere within the context of the poem.
Metaphysical poetry embodies what is often considered a paradox: Shakespeare Sonnet 57 a Reading of William. Structurally any Shakespeare sonnet consists of three quatrains and a concluding couplet, in which the quatrains in some way speak to each other, ramifying or deepening the argument in some way.
Here the striking opening metaphor of servitude is ramified and toyed with throughout the quatrains. But intriguingly the final couplet of the sonnet sidesteps all the imagery of slavery and servitude to redefine the terms of the lover's situation as described in the earlier body of the sonnet. I intend to show how the metaphor of slavery used in the first three words of the sonnet is unwritten by the…… [Read More]. Amy Denver Effect Affect. She is the Good Samaritan whose attention to the victim robbed and abandoned by the roadside earned him a place in biblical history.
Amy does not falter when called to aid and abet a fugitive slave, or touch a mutilated black woman, or bring new black life into the world. She drags Sethe back to life, using spider-webs to ease her back, massaging circulation into her damaged feet, and delivering her baby.
Proactive Christianity provides the tension that undercuts passive emulation and dissimulation. Amy's religion is eminently present, representing her sense of urgency and agency. Sethe owes her life to Amy, who is irreversibly linked to black life, both through her own suffering and through her surname, Denver, which the grateful Sethe gives to her newborn daughter. Interpretation Analysis Evaluation of a Poem. Idyllic, Idolizing, Late Victorian Tears The poem by the Victorian poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson entitled "Tears, idle tears," has the unfortunate status of having its become such a common phrase in modern parlance, that the reader finds him or herself bracing his or her ear for more and more cliches as the poem progresses.
In other words, one hears that tears are idle so often, one can easily forget, not only that Tennyson said, "I know not what they mean," but that the poem attempts to express the seriousness of futility of grief, or outward displays of affection by calling tears idle, in that they do no real work in the world.
The use of 'idle' in multiple variances of meaning, from impractical and lazy, to idyllic, to idolizing is in fact quite profound and sophisticated, yielding a poem with a compact linguistic and stylistic structure. It is also…… [Read More]. Hero in Literature and the Hunt Symbolism. Courtly Love and the Many Faces of the ero Literature abounds in depictions of the hero. Solomon, Esther, Gawain, and countless others call to mind tales of strength, valor, and passion. Whether a text's purpose is religious, instructional, or purely a matter of entertainment, a single character stands out.
Emotion is often overpowering, as too, are the choices between what is right and what is wrong. Morality plays an equally important role in each of these "superhuman" stories.
Frequently, the path of virtue is crossed by the highways of desire. A hero may take the high road, or he may take the low road, but which choice is correct depends upon the specific circumstances of the narrative, and upon the central figure's point-of-view. A bewildering array of problems, impossible tasks, and larger-than-life villains can turn closely-held beliefs inside out, and cause a hero to commit acts…… [Read More].
Plato's Symposium One May Gauge. Indeed, when Alcibiades arrives, we are reminded that love is quite extraordinary, and even Diotima suggests this to her pupil: Love, in other words, is necessarily related to the eternal because only that which lasts forever can be said to be truly good. Each action that relates to eternity is good because it is directed toward the ultimate possession of the good. Socrates proceeds to bring his discourse to its proper closure and just then is when a very drunk Alcibiades arrives, reminding us all of how human we all are in relation to the divine and eternal.
Thus, in…… [Read More]. Letters of Richard Steele to his beloved Mary Scurlock, who would become his wife during the course of these correspondences from August 9 through October 22, , illustrate the transformation of a genuinely romantic relationship from infatuation through marriage. While the style of Steele's letters seems shallow and almost comical at times, the author nevertheless betrays his deep adoration for Mary, an adoration which subsumes his love of anything else for the time during which he woos her.
In these letters, Steele addresses very little other than his affection for Mary. Mary remains for the reader of these letters a nebulous figure, at times appearing cold and distant especially in comparison to the doglike Steele.
Moreover, Steele does not offer any detailed descriptions of his beloved's physical features, so she remains shrouded in mystery and adulation. Only on a few occasions does Steele make any mention of a world other…… [Read More]. He was a Danish author who searched his past and that of his native Denmark for ideas that could become children's stories.
The fact is though that Andersen was writing for a large audience. Though his stories may have been told in the fairy-tale genre, he was relating morals that applied to all ages, genders and ethnicities. The legacy he created by telling the tales in the manner that he did was as a children's story writer, but he wanted to be more. This paper discusses the legacy that Andersen created with his stories and the legacy he sought vs. The one he achieved. Hans Christian Andersen has always been remembered as someone who wrote children's stories, despite the fact that he wanted to earn much more important distinction…… [Read More].
There are a number of different answers we could give in playing the game of finding an antonym. In this sense, it is paradoxical to approach the subject of nature in a work of art -- the fact of its being art serves to remove us in some way from the realm of Nature.
I would like to examine the treatment of Nature as a concept in two very different works: Lawrence and the Saguenay" by Charles…… [Read More]. Set in legendary kingdoms in times of yore, Chapter 18 of Arabian Nights is a quintessential romance. The daughter of the king's Weezer falls in love with one of the king's soldiers.
Both become completely smitten with one another, but when their affair is discovered, the Weezer fears that the Sultan will not approve. The Weezer, Ibraheem, consults his wife, who prays for guidance. The parents of El-Ward Fi-L-Akmam decide that their only recourse is to send their daughter to a land far away, in "the midst of the Sea of the Kunooz There, they will build an "impregnable palace" in which she will spend the rest of her days in isolation p.
The lovers, who have been exchanging verses of love poetry since they first fell for each…… [Read More]. Shakespeare William Shakespeare Is Perhaps.
The friar puts on an act pretending he does not know what is actually happening. Therefore we have make believe within the play. The irony can be found once again, this time in the fact that Juliet will go to church just like she was supposed to only in a different hypostasis. Not as a bride but as a corpse.
Thinking that she will actually kill herself ultimately and that the solution provided by the friar is only a pale sign of what will follow makes the scene stronger in terms of psychological tension. The church and its representative are key elements in the act. As the place suited for a marriage ceremony, the church is the location where a new beginning ought to take place.
Juliet however despises this potential new beginning and she prefers to annul it, first through a s symbolical gesture and than through a real…… [Read More]. Ghosts of the Past the. Although the events and characters' reactions to them have their differences in the interest of plot variety, similarities between the cases far outweigh the differences. Not only are the events that Nel and Crowe experience and their reactions to them similar, but also both characters have striking revelations at the end of their stories that suggest the importance of the events.
In Nel's case, the remembering "the death of chicken little" allows her to "[reconfigure] a number of long-held memories" Matus, One of those memories, and probably the most poignant is that of Sula.
After coming back to the Bottom, Nel is less than friendly with her former confidant. In fact, she joins the rest of the town in labeling Sula and her wild ways as evil, a predicament that helps unite the town.
Although Nel and manage a brief reconciliation before Sula's death, the force of the reconciliation…… [Read More]. Pessimism in Poetry Pessimism in. The reference to John, The Father of our souls, shall be, John tells us, doth not yet appear; is a reference to the Book of Revelations, at the end of the Bible. That despite the promises of an Eternal life for those who eschew sin, we are still frail and have the faults of people.
We are still besought by sin and temptations and there's really no escape. No matter what we say or do, we find that life is not so simple. Consider this reference, which really refers to a person's frame of reference or "way of seeing. Those we consider wise or bad, might make decisions that are globally profound,…… [Read More]. Edgar Allen Poe the Controversial. Such evidence as there is can be taken up at a later time.
But of one thing we can be sure. I am blinded with tears while writing this letter-- I have no wish to live another hour. Amid sorrow, and the deepest anxiety your letter reached -- and you well know how little I am able to bear up under the pressure of grief -- My bitterest enemy would pity me could he now read my heart -- My last my only hold on life is cruelly torn away -- I have no desire to live and will not but let my duty be done.
I love, you know I love Virginia passionately devotedly. I cannot…… [Read More]. Images of Refined Love: Beroul's Tristan and Dante's Inferno Love has many faces, earthly and sacred. Passion is love, but so is devotion. Sometimes one must fight for one's beloved, and sometimes it is one's beloved who dispels the demons.
The medieval concept of Refined Love combined these aspects of the quest within and the quest without, of the noble and the ignoble, and of the sinful and the sacred. The knight who sought the hand of the forbidden lady risked transgression against the laws of the church. If his love was pure; if he did not let that love become physical, he could remain righteous. The virtuous maiden was one of the most potent symbols of the age. Mary, the Mother of God, had been born without sin, and had conceived without sin.
Chastity was of the noblest of virtues. The soul unsullied by earthly love made for itself…… [Read More]. Achilles the Hero Without Doubt. He is described as being of gigantic size and of tremendous emotion. Always Achilles is described with the most exaggerated terms, shining like the sun or falling in the most absolute wretchedness. In a moment of sublimity oddly precognizant of gothic writers like E. Poe, Achilles refuses to bury his beloved Patrocles' body because "since I'm journeying under the earth after you, I'll postpone your burial Till that time, you'll lie like this with me A more archetypal approach would say that he was heroic because, more than any other character, he represented the purity of war.
Archtypically, he represents a purity of action and emotion than can drive men to battle, the pure warrior who is at once filled with the strength of emotion and will and yet resigned to perfect destiny, faithful towards the gods,…… [Read More]. Boccaccio and Dante Alighieri and. In The Inferno, Beatrice is more the goal to which the poet aspires as he passes through Hades, and later through Purgatorio before reaching Beatrice in the ideal Paradise.
Many of the elements of courtly love, which Dante expresses elsewhere with reference to his beloved Beatrice, are evident in this epic work as well. For example, Beatrice and the Virgin Mary are the two women who send Virgil to guide the poet through the Inferno, and this also adds luster to Virgil as a spiritual guide as Dante adheres to the Italian, Christian view of women, a school touched by sentiment and by the elevation of women to a high place.
Beatrice is the ideal woman who is held in highest esteem by Dante. She is his symbol of all that is high and beautiful, and her selection of Virgil does him credit. Virgil is to be his guide through…… [Read More].
Homer -- Was the Blind Bard a. Homer is a poet of war, namely the war between the Greeks and Trojans, and later in his "Odyssey," of the war between Odysseus and the gods whom would bar him from his trajectory homeward.
He is a poet of war in the sense that war provides the narrative structure of how he outlines how a moral human being lives in a violent, conflict-based society.
However, Homer also chronicles in his works with what might seem to the modern reader, a distinctly anti-war literary sentiment and tone. This is perhaps best embodied in the example of Odysseus himself as a character. Homer's most famous anti-hero initially attempted to simulate madness to avoid being a participant in the Trojan wartime events, because they were far away from his beloved home of Ithaca and wife Penelope. However, Homer's anti-war…… [Read More].
Millay's And You as Well. Rather than a poem reflecting her enjoyment of her lover, as would have been typical of an English sonnet, this poem is about the speaker reflecting on the fact that her lover will have to die.
The opening octet seems to describe all of the features of the lover and how they will al fade away in death. The sestet puts a sudden shift in the poem, however, using lighter imagery though not taking a lighter tone, and possibly indicating that the speaker is lamenting their own death, and referring to their own body in the first half.
The shift in a sonnet is called the volta, and is another standard feature of the sonnet Baldick, Usually in an Italian sonnet, however, the octet presents a problem or question, and the sestet solves or answers it. In this poem, the sestet adds a complication to the problem set in…… [Read More]. Thomas Gainsborough I Am. Reynolds and I have been described as exact opposites. I seek to learn my trade by my own hand not at some pretense to any system that is better than nature herself.
Reynolds on the other hand seeks to understand art by some compass that is supposed to refine his hand and eye. He is also much keener on watching and learning from other men of letters and this is not my desire or my goal.
I care only about the nature of my art, does it build on or represent the value in the object? I harbor no animosity toward him, nor do I wish to be continually compared to him as if we were separated twins seeking…… [Read More]. Magic Flute the Music in. As the two men enter the door to the last Trial, the music that is played is incredibly beautiful and celestial, as their ecstasy in coming to this point carries them onward.
Much of the music in this act is dramatic and full of many voices and full orchestra. The music depicts glowingly the trials of the two men and their despair and longing as they search for their loves.
Mozart is at his finest in these melodic arias, reminiscent of folk songs and very memorable as far as melodies go. The winner is the best and the strongest: The musical elements used in the work are full orchestra,…… [Read More]. Madness Depicted in Poe Stories. You are rich, respected, admired, beloved; you are happy, as once I was" This statement is significant because it reveals Montresor's sense of revenge as well as another motive for his actions - his health.
It would seem that Montresor blames Fortunato for his ill health - whatever that may be. Montresor has no angst regarding what he will do. This is evident when Fortunato assures Montresor that a cough will not kill him and Montresor answers, "True -- true" Here we see the depth of Montresor's madness because he is willing to go to any lengths to commit murder. Even as Fortunato realizes what has happened to him and is begging for mercy, Montresor has already accomplished his task and we can almost see him dusting his hands.
To validate his madness, Montresor exclaims, "In pace requiescat! Even after Fortunato is buried behind the wall, shrieking,…… [Read More]. Edmund Spenser Parallels in Edmund. Rather than inquiring with Una into her motivations or intentions when he discovered her image with another man, Redcrosse flees and abandons her to fend for herself. Una, is upset to find herself alone in a dangerous land, not truly knowing why her knight had left her. Rather that believing in her loyalty and virtue, Redcrosse took the easy way out in the land of great deception and turmoil.
He assumed that what his eyes saw was really reality, rather than believing in Una's true virtue. Later in Cantos XI, the tables of deception turn. Once again a case of mistaken identity threatens the virtue of one of the major characters in the epic story. Rather than Una, this time it is Redcrosse's virtue which is questioned. After defeating the dragon and freeing Una's parents, a messenger arrives and informs the kingdom that Redcrosse is in fact engaged to another…… [Read More].
Home Topics Literature Beloved Essays. Retrieved December 13, , at http: At the beginning of the novel, Sethe says that she will not leave because she will never run from another thing in her life. Nevertheless, she is always fleeing her own memories. Instead of confronting her past, Sethe vigilantly tries to keep always ahead of it, always above it.
Home Literature Beloved Study Questions. Chapter 1 Part One: Chapters 2—3 Part One: Chapters 4—6 Part One: Chapters 7—8 Part One: Chapters 9—11 Part One: Chapters 12—14 Part One: Chapters 15—18 Part Two: Chapter 19 Part Two: Chapters 20—23 Part Two: Chapters 24—25 Part Three: Chapter 26 Part Three: Character List Sethe Denver Beloved. Themes Motifs Symbols Key Facts. Chapters Part One:
Beloved literature essays are academic essays for citation. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of Beloved.
Essay on Toni Morrison's Beloved - Symbol and Symbolism in Beloved - Symbolism in Beloved In the novel Beloved, the author, Toni Morrison, attempts to promote a variety of different themes and ideas by symbolizing them in minor events and situations.
Analysis of Toni Morrison's Beloved Essay Words 18 Pages Analysis of Toni Morrison's Beloved Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer Prize winning book Beloved, is a historical novel that serves as a memorial for those who died during the perils of slavery. Morrison was inspired to write Beloved after coming across an article about the real-life Margaret Garner, a former slave who, like Sethe, killed her daughter to prevent her from returning to a slave plantation.
Starting an essay on Toni Morrison's Beloved? Organize your thoughts and more at our handy-dandy Shmoop Writing Lab. Beloved tends to inquire about Sethe’s past, constantly asking questions that trigger old memories for Sethe. Paul D begins to grow suspicious of Beloved. Paul D tends to constantly question Beloved about her past, yet Beloved continuously avoids his questions. Denver reveals to Beloved that she knows Beloved was the spirit of