Fiction Essays and Term Papers
ImaginationThe human is a very powerful thing. It sets humanity apart from the rest of the creatures that roam the planet by giving them the ability to make creative choices. The imaginary world is unavoidably intertwined with the real world and there are many ways by which to illustrate this through ...
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Censorship And The InternetFreedom of speech has been one of the most important and fought over freedoms that this country has ever known. Since its commercial inception in 1992, the Internet, has been a topic of debate for the past six years. The wide spread argument has to do with the content that the Internet provides. ...
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Eddie Vedder Is A VampireAlthough at first he may seem to be just your average angst ridden lead man
for a popular rock and roll band, Eddie Vedder, the vocalist and lyricist for
Pearl Jam, may very well be a vampire. Although it is impossible to tell,
everything points to his being an immortal. An in depth analysis of ...
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Tv ViewingTelevision viewing is a very important part of our student’s lives. There is a big issue on whether it should be allowed in our public schools. It should be allowed to some extent, all depending on the age group. I think age is very important when it comes to viewing TV in school. The ...
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Understanding Holden Caulfieldin J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye
J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger 1953), is a novel told in an autobiographical manner which tracks Holden Caulfield on his two day sojourn through 1950’s New York City. This short twentieth century novel delves into the underlying ...
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Ernest Hemingway - The Man AndErnest Hemingway – The Man and His Work On July 2, 1961, a writer whom many critics call the greatest writer of this century, a man who had a zest for adventure, a winner of the Nobel Prize and the Pulitzer Prize, a man who held esteem everywhere – on that July day, that man put a shotgun to his ...
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Comparison Of Brave New WorldLiving in a genetically perfect world is not necessarily a great achievement to mankind. It makes one think, "where do you draw the line in the advancement of eugenics?" Both worlds, the Brave New one and Gattaca, are alternative futures (clearly dystopic), written and shown in a believable way ...
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Rand's "Anthem"Anthem, a science fiction novel, deals with a future primitive society
in which the forbidden word "I", which is punishable, has been replaced by
"We". Anthem's theme seems to be about the meaning and glory of man's ego.
In this novel, Rand shows that the individualism needed for building ...
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Metadrama In Shakespeare‘Shakespeare’s plays reflect not life but art.’ Make use of this remark in writing an essay on Shakespeare’s use of Metadrama.
Shakespeare constantly plays with metadrama and the perception of his plays as theatre and not life with the complications inherent that in life ...
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A Comparison Between The DystoIn 1949, George Orwell wrote 1984, a stunning novel envisioning haunting images of the future. Fifty years later, The Matrix, a movie directed by the Wachowski brothers, debuted on the big screen featuring mind-blowing special effects and complex kung-fu choreography. There are many obvious ...
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18th Century LiteratureThe 18th century is a period of great literary works. The styles
are different throughout the period, but the unity of the work is still
present. Much of this period focused on public and general themes, until
the Pre-Romantic era when literary works began to focus upon personal
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Slaughterhouse FiveThis first chapter, a preface, is insistent on the fact that the book is based on real events. Vonnegut, like our narrator, is a veteran of World War II, a former prisoner of war, and a witness to a great massacre, and that fact lends a certain authority to what follows.
Vonnegut shares with us ...
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CensorshipThe freedom to read is essential to the democratic way of life. But
today, that freedom is under attack. Private groups and public authorities
everywhere are working to remove both books and periodicals from sale, to
exclude certain books from public schools, to censor and silence magazines
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Symbolism Use In: "Young Goodman Brown" And "The Lottery"The authors, Shirley Jackson and Nathaniel Hawthorne, both frequently use
symbols within their stories "The Lottery" and "Young Goodman Brown." Symbols
are utilized as an enhancement tool to stress the theme of each story. Hawthorne
uses names and objects to enhance the theme, and Jackson mainly ...
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Biography On Guy De MaupassantGuy de Maupassant was born on August 5, 1850 at Chateau de Miromesnil in
France. He was a descendent of a very old French family. As a boy, Maupassant
went to school at Yvetot in Normandy, and then attended Lycee at Rouen. During
his childhood and youth in Normandy, he picked up a great deal ...
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Drugshave been around for hundreds of years. Indians were known to
have used Opium and other for medical and various other purposes. During
the 7th Century A.D. in China a drug emerged called Opium. Opium, the dry juice
from immature seed pods of the opium poppy plant, is a narcotic drug that ...
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The Stars Are My Destination“...The key turned in the lock of his soul and the door was opened. What emerged expunged the Common Man forever.”
The Stars My Destination ~pg 22
Gully Foyle. Uneducated. No skills. No merits. No recommendations. A short
description given by the author Alfred Bester of his main ...
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Ben-HurEvery so often in cinema history there is a movie which supersedes
all those before it. Only a select few films actually advance the quality
of the overall cinematic world. is a movie which dared to do so.
Near the end of 1959 this film crashed on to the entire world. The budget
and subsequent ...
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Edward ViiPeaceful yet popular and very well respected, plays an influential part in bringing Great Britain, France, and Russia together in 1907 into the Triple Entente. One of the most wittiest and inventive satirist’s writers in England is a journalist most noted for his fiction pieces, known as ...
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