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Literature Research Paper

The Birds Symbol in To Kill A Mockingbird Narrative
In the midst of all the evidence pointing towards Bob Ewell’s concocted story implicating Tom as the antagonist, he was still convicted. And since he was convicted, trying to escape his imprisonment, he was shot and killed. He was a victim of prejudgment and injustice by the people around him. He didn’t do anything wrong
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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The Kite Runner
According to the findings, it can, therefore, be said that the irony of Hassan’s true heritage and relationship to Amir comes to the fore when Amir explains that “I never thought of Hassan as a friend either. Because history isn’t easy to overcome. Neither is religion. In the end, I was a Pashtun and he was a Hazara, I was Sunni and he was Shi’a and nothing was ever going to change that.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Research Paper
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Shakespeares Sonnets
It is evidently clear from the discussion that Shakespeare’s most famous sonnets are on love that is dramatic and seems to tell us a story.  There are two distinct phases in this – the Fair Lord Sonnets (the man, whom the poet is deeply in love with) and the Dark Lady sonnets (whom the poet lusts for and hates, both).
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Importance on Research Papers: Literature Review With Information Seeking and Critical Appraisal
Downtowns play a critical role in the health of most freestanding small cities in the United States. The downtown constitutes a sizable share of a city's tax base often more than any other district in the city. Given that most downtowns are situated where the city originated.
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Research Paper
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Contemporary Literary Criticism
Bradbury uses the first four chapters to build the suspense and introduce characters later. He also introduces many themes that have already been discussed. In chapter five, he finally introduces the name "Cooger and Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show". Bradbury left several interesting clues in the name of the carnival.
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Research Paper
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The Daily Life of the Mortal Men and Women: the Distinct Culture and Behavior of People
Iliad is definitely the best depiction of the culture, religions, and mythology of the ancient Greek period even though it is only a combination of episodes that occur within the last few days and in the last year of the Trojan War. Homer has explored the relationship between mortals and between men and women during that period.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Analysis of Oedipus by Sophocles and Othello by William Shakespeare
When he came to know about both this crimes, he repents for all his offenses. Othello, a tragedy by William Shakespeare focuses on theme of suspicion, love and treachery. Othello, a black general is detested by Iago for he has promoted Cassio. Iago is desperate to avenge Othello and he uses Cassio to make Othello believe that his wife, Desdemona was having an affair with Cassio. Iago succeeds in his endeavor when Othello blinded by suspicion kills his wife. But he is repentant when he comes to
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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America and the Decay of Morality: F. Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby and Ernest Hemingways The Sun Also Rises
Americans fail to anticipate the upcoming changes and wander aimlessly in their search for self-satisfaction and self-realization. Moral standards and ethical norms give place to material things, which determine one’s belonging to the upper social class and define the number and scope of material benefits individuals are willing to enjoy 
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Contrast Othello, Iago and Desdemona, Linking Character Development to a Central Theme in the Play
It could be said however that Othello's private actions indicate he is not a hero. He is very easily manipulated and is quick to attack those he loves. This also is hardly the behavior of a hero. Also, the fact that Othello kills himself is not a heroic act. It is in a sense a selfish one. A hero is someone who takes a chance and puts him or herself on the line.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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Holden Caulfield and J.D. Salinger
Along with this quest for total seclusion went a predilection for teenage girls - not so much a Lolita syndrome as an urge to discover innocence and then mold it to the shape he wished. Salinger believed that adulthood was evil. As he aged, Salinger withdrew from society in an effort to protect himself from the evilness of adulthood
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Works of Outstanding Author Gail Godwin
“Those who decide whether a work will be canonized include influential literary critics, scholars, teachers and anyone whose opinions and judgments regarding a literary work are also widely respected. For this reason, there are no rigid qualifications for canonization, and whether a work will be canonized remains a subjective decision”.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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Shakespearean Tragedy in Othello
The present research has identified that a classical definition of the heroic figure would indicate that the character’s tragic flaw is the trait that they’re most proud of and which eventually leads to their downfall. In the simple statement made at the end of his life, Othello recognizes his tragic flaw was in the pride of his ability to love and remain loyal to that love.
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Wigglesworths Spiritually Inspiring Poem
According to the research findings, it can, therefore, be said that in writing The Day of Doom, a 224-verse poem about Judgment Day, Michael Wigglesworth found ballad meter to be the most appropriate for the long poem. Writing in the common meter of hymns, the poet intended to reinforce his readers’ emotional commitment to Calvinist Christianity.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Research Paper
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Rebuilding Iraq by Debra Miller
This paper tells that in her book rebuilding Iraq, Debra Miller defines what is conceived as terrorism, and identifies the current threats inherent in terrorism. The book also discusses the motivations behind terrorists and explains the cost of terrorism. With color photographs, survey facts, an index list she examines primary, as well as secondary source documents.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Slavery in the Uncle Toms Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
It is evidently clear from the discussion that the factor that makes the slave life quite miserable is that there are no recognized standards of ethics that slaves themselves may follow. When Eliza wanted to escape Shelby’s plantation taking Harry with her, she offered Uncle Tom to accompany her and enjoy a freed life.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Research Paper
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Jealous Love: William Shakespeare, Othello
Emotion is perceived and is reacted to is dependent upon both the visual cues that suggest the appropriateness of that emotion and the historical cultural values that define that emotion. One might believe that an emotion is experienced in the same way no matter the cultural location, but this is not true
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Research Paper
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The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson
The readers come to know of his sickness directly for the first time when he meets Joyce Lakeland. One comes to know of the sickness he went through and encountered for the first time when he was fourteen years old. With a deeper thought, one can perceive that this sickness is related to sexual perversion.  
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Analysis of Men and Women Stereotypes in Hemingway and Chopins Works
In this work For Whom the Bell Tolls, Hemingway portrayed the conventional and submissive woman character. Second is Brett Ashley in The Sun Also Rises to portray one of the “bitches” of Hemingway. Brett was a character who was mythicized and was audaciously presented as a “bitch-goddess” with a touch of a boyish character.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Summary of Trifles by Susan Glaspell
This play is about the mysterious murder of a Farmer named John Wright, who is gruesomely strangled to death in his bedroom with a rope around his neck and his wife Mrs Wright is taken into custody as the prime suspect in the crime. This plot is investigated by a young man George Henderson, the county attorney and the sheriff.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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Making connections
In addition, both Bourne and his sister face identity crises as a result of choices that they did not make. For Bourne, his name was taken by the CIA who have disrupted his life by changing his identity and preventing him from discovering it. In the case of Gogol and Sonia, his parents immigrate to the United States and they find themselves stuck between their Indian roots and the Western culture they interacted with everyday. In the end, the self identity crisis has a negative effect on both
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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