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Recurring theme of illusion versus reality. Discusses Shakespeare's "THE TEMPEST" and Lewis Carroll's "ALICE IN WONDERLAND." How both authors use the device of a magical kingdom to recreate the world and protect young girls from reality. Plot and characters of both works. Preparing Miranda and Alice for the real world.
The use of magic on stage and the accompanying unleashing of the imagination are effective means for getting the audience to stand back from everyday... more
5 pages | 2 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $16.00

Complexity of Eliot's poems. His philosophical and aesthetic ideas. His intellectually stringent poetry placing distance between the poet and the reader. Need for research to identify many references in his poems. Biographical information of the poet as shedding light on his poetry. Discusses the "Death by Water" section of "THE WASTELAND."
T.S. Eliot is perhaps the leading poet of this century. He was actually an American who lived much of his life in England, and he is classified in... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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The author's presentation of female figures. Issue of culturally prescribed femininity. Influence of Shelley's mother, the feminist Mary Wollstonecroft. Shelley's advocating equalitarian marriage, and the education of women, as well as the bourgeois family. Mary Shelley's novel "FRANKENSTEIN" as a warming against "monsters" as the cultural ideologies that generate men who control and exploit.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley is noted for one book, Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, though she wrote other works. She is also known for her... more
4 pages | 3 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines the Welsh historical hero. His place in the literary history of Britain. His use by Shakespeare as a character in 1 Henry IV. Discussion of the play and its historical line of action. Elements that distinguish Glendower. Views of various historians on his historic persona. Glendower as the father of Welsh nationalism.
This research examines the figure of Owen Glendower, a Welsh hero of history who is also famously featured as a character in Shakespeare's 1 Henry IV.... more
12 pages | 11 sources | 34 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses the theme of William Golding's novel. Argues that Golding's characters returned to a state of nature that freed them from the bonds and rules of civilization. Ensuing lawlessness, violence and savagery. Law and agreement v. unchecked freedom of will and action. Characters and plot. Examines critical commentaries of the novel.
The Lord of the Flies
The idea has been advanced that William Golding’s Lord of the Flies is an illustration of the inherent flaw in mankind.... more
7 pages | 4 sources | 16 citations | MLA citation style

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Analysis of James Hilton's novel of a utopian society. The secret of Shangri-La. Reactions of the hero Hugh Conway. Appeal of the book at the time it was published. Criticizes the make-up of Hilton's utopia in which the masses serve the small number of more intelligent, wealthy or powerful people.
James Hilton's Lost Horizon is an adventurous tale of the discovery of a secret Utopian society, hidden in the mountains of Tibet, where the... more
4 pages | 3 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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Compares two visions of society. Based on Thomas More's "Utopia" and George Orwell's novel "1984." More's Utopia as example of what society ought to be. Orwell's dystopia as an example of what society might become. Contrasts the governments depicted in each work. Nature of European society of More's time. Orwell's depiction of a society rules by government thought control.
The distinction between a utopia and a dystopia is often in the eye of the beholder, for what some see as working, others see as failing. Thomas More... more
6 pages | 7 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Analysis of Mary Shelley's 19th Century novel as both a horror story and a philosophical novel. Romantic notions of Shelley's time, and impact of Romanticism on the arts. Examines themes of novel related to the virtues of nature, and relationship of man to God. Discusses in detail the characters of the Monster and of Victor.
Mary W. Shelley's novel Frankenstein is in part a parable on the arrogance of human beings in thinking they can supplant God. In this regard, the... more
7 pages | 9 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses how the works of some 17th Century women writers can be viewed as forms of resistance to the patriarchal doctrine of their time. Focuses on the writings of Katherine Philips and Margaret Cavendish. Cultural landscape in which they wrote. Their reputations. Opinions of modern feminist scholars including Germaine Greer.
This research examines connections and disconnects between modern feminism and the writings of Katherine Philips (1631-1664) and Margaret Cavendish... more
13 pages | 16 sources | 47 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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Analysis of the importance of the narrative voice in fiction. Implications of the choice of narrator in LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET by Mary Elizabeth Braddon and BLACK BEAUTY by Anna Sewell. How both novels use narrator in presentations of differences in social class. Assumptions about class. Social concerns. Major themes of the two novels.
An author's choice of narrative voice can have very important implications for the story s/he tells and for the particular points that s/he wishes to... more
5 pages | 2 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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