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Literature Research Paper

Analysis of two poems To the Daisy and The Stolen Boat by William Wordsworth
The poet assigns the role of transformation from adolescence to maturity to nature and cites circumstances to show the impact on his young mind. ‘The Stolen Boat’ is one such creation where the poet talks about himself as a young boy who steals a boat in the night. The scary cliff looms dark and large before him.
Pages: 4 (750 words), Research Paper
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Top 5 Plays by Tennessee Williams
He won two Pulitzer Prizes and four New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards. Tennessee Williams is known for his psychologically complex dramas that deal with misfits and loners, isolation and miscommunication within families. Two of his most famous plays have all these features. 
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Research Paper
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Life and Art of Mark Twain
It was followed in 1881 by The Prince & The Pauper, a novel about Edward VI of England and a young pauper boy who switch places. Next came Life On The Mississippi [1883] which was a strong criticism of Sir Walter Scott’s romanticism which Twain perceived as provoking ‘immeasurable damage to progressive opinions’ (Liukkonen & Pesonen)
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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Irony in A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway's
At the story’s beginning, Henry is portrayed as a young man who loves fun stuff and girls. For one thing, Henry’s decision to join the war is mainly motivated by the sheer fun it will bring to him, at least in his mind. A sense of patriotism, or love of one’s country, is never apparent in his character or virtue. What Henry constantly does in the field is drink alcohol and performs other activities (e., seducing girls), which are not related to war
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Research Paper
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Abraham Harold Maslow: an Autobiography
Thorndike at Columbia University.He taught full time at Brooklyn College from 1937 to 1951. As an academician, he had the chance to come in contact with the many intellectuals in the field of psychology which includes Adler, Fromm, Horney, and a number of Freudian and Gestalt Psychologists.He became the chair of the psychology department at Brandeis from 1951 to 1969. 
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Early development of science fiction
The apparent unquenchable interest in the Frankenstein story has produced many versions of Mary’s story, from animations, comedy books, and computer games to screen treatments and theatricals.Aldiss wrote the book “Billion year spree”; thus, becoming the state of “Trillion year spree”. 
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Nature in poetry
This decay can be seen in the consciously of an empire that pervades the society. He, therefore, advocates a return to the natural way of living and coexisting with each other. According to him, the rampant civilization should be seen as the enemy of man. In his poems, man is doomed unless he changes his ways. 
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Research Paper
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Figurative and Literal Meanings of Phrases
The use of metaphor adds depth of the expression rather simply by putting that one has to face many fluctuations in life; it is said beautifully that life is a game and these words explain all that could not be explained using simple words and language. Simply the phrase 2 tells about the power of the words and their impact.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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The Concept of the Banality of Evil in the Works of William Faulkner
It is evidently clear from the discussion that Faulkner shows, through characters such as Popeye, how humans tend to rationalize the evilest actions considering them as normal. For instance, since Popeye was impotent and considered the act of rape a normal human action, he proceeded to rape Temple using a corn cob.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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The Death of a Salesman
By designation, Willy Loman is a salesman but he is not cut out for the glib talk of salesmanship or for self-promotion. He has taken up to this assignment and theoretically, he has acquired the virtues of the salesmanship by professional training and by adjusting his temperament to sales and bargaining, but he has no conviction about this profession. 
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Research Paper
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The Life of Robert Frost
They moved to a New Hampshire to live on a small farm that had been given to them by Frost Sr. before his death as a present for their wedding.Frost wrote poems for the nine years that followed (Taylor 72). He would write them in the morning then do farm work afterward. A better part of his most popular poems was written during this period.
Pages: 3 (750 words), Research Paper
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The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Much time is taken by him to move towards the house, to discover its several rooms and ultimately move into the basement.His first move was moving down the wooden steps. The father stooped his head and brushed the lighter and swayed the flame over darkness like a contribution, damp and coldness, a stench that is ungodly. 
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Suppression of Feminist Writers in Literature
While applying Freudian structures to literary genealogies, in his literary psychohistory, Harold Bloom argues that literary history arises from an individual’s “anxiety of influence,” where he or she possesses some dreadful thought, thus he is not the creator of his own work but that of the predecessors.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Research Paper
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William Shakespeares Othello
It is interesting that women play a secondary role in this Shakespeare's tragedy as all the plot is almost entirely built on men`s decisions, intrigues, and deeds. And women, unfortunately, become innocent victims of the men`s battles for love and power. In “Othello” the reader meets only two women.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Gender Issues in A Streetcar Named Desire
In addition, the play also depicts that the sexual history of Blanche is also a major factor resulting in death for other characters in the play as well. Throughout the play “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Blanche has been observed to undergo haunted situation due to the death of her precursor.
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Research Paper
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Role of Music in Black Culture - The Piano Lesson by August Wilson
Music has been a central tenant of African culture and this phenomenon allowed the formation of close bonds between music and African American culture. The slaves held by masters were afforded little but a chance at Sunday church service to develop their intellectual expertise in music. Historically, African American music has had its own place.  
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Romantic Movements in Kate Chopins and Walt Whitmans works
However, she hides her portrayal of a frustrated woman behind an apparently simple plotline. Chopin appears to sympathize with the fate of her protagonist instead of condemning Edna’s immoral behavior. Edna Pontellier declines to hold her visiting hours on Tuesdays and finally divests herself of home, husband, and children to pursue her art and her passions 
Pages: 14 (3500 words), Research Paper
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The Theme of Sin in The Scarlet Letter
Although Dimmesdale is relieved that his identity is not revealed, he suffers internal turmoil and stress as a result of his sin. As such, sin has a significant t impact on a person’s well-being in addition to his soul. For example, sin forces Dimmesdale to feel guilty. The guilt commences affecting his body, person, and soul slowly.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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