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This 4 page paper compares and contrasts the characters of Marlow, in Conrad's Heart of Darkness, and Gilgamesh from the Epic Journey of Gilgamesh. Supporting quotes used. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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A Comparison of the Modernist Themes of Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs Dalloway” and Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice”
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An 8 page overview of the complexity of emotions and inner feelings which characterize each of these novels. Asserts that the authors have been shaped by a variety of factors, not the least of which was the Modernist movement which was prevalent during their careers. The relevance of the writings of Freud, Nietzsche and Strauss are also commented upon. These authors even serve as introductions to the concept of homosexuality, a concept which was characteristically shuffled into the background by most other authors of the time. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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A Comparison of the Themes and Lessons of “Heat and Dust” by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, “The Heart of the Matter” by Graham Green, and “A Passage to India” by E. M. Forster
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A 5 page outline of the stories which unfold in these three books. The author utilizes a feminist approach to conclude that in comparison to the weaknesses of human nature, the scenarios which unfold in these books reveal the importance on relying on something stronger than humanity. We must look to our spirituality rather than to libido and desire. No additional sources are listed.
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A Comparison of Victorian Poetry and Early 20th Century Poetry in Regards to the Relationships of Men and Women and the Role of Women: Tennyson, Arnold, Hardy and Yeats
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This is a 4 page paper comparing the roles of women and the relationships between men and women in Victorian and early 20th century poetry. A comparison of the Victorian poets Alfred Lord Tennyson and Matthew Arnold with the slightly more modern early 20th century poets Thomas Hardy and William Butler Yeats shows the slowly shifting perception of the relationships between men and women and the general role women play within society and literature. Tennyson and Arnold show a struggle in their attempts to retain women in the traditional romantic roles as objects of affection although their later works reveal that while women are becoming more a part of man’s society, their acceptance is still difficult. Arnold writes more so of the isolation men feel within relationships and how vain “mortal love” can be. Hardy and Yeats through the introduction of more female characters in their works not only give women larger roles within society but also show the increasing power of women. Hardy reveals the difficulties which can exist within relationships while Yeats reveals that women and men can have equal relationships as friends and women should not be judged purely on their appearance under the classic romantic notions. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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A Comparison of William Morris' "News From Nowhere", Edward Bellamy's " Looking Backward, 2000-1887", and Jack London's "The Iron Heel"
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A 9 page discussion of the different views taken in these works in terms of nature and human nature. This paper ties in the impacts of industrialization in the formation of those views. No additional sources are listed.
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A Conflict Between Impulse and Obligation: A Comparison of Jane Austin’s Characters in “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and Sensibility”
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A 10 page assertion that although Jane Austen continually explores the theme of psychological and moral development in her novels, no works better encapsulate these themes than do “Pride and Prejudice” and “Sense and “Sensibility”. This paper explores the importance of impulse and obligation to two of the characters of these works, Elizabeth Bennett of “Pride and Prejudice” and Marianne Dashwood of “Sense and Sensibility”. The author emphasizes that each undergoes a process of maturation in the novel which takes them from unsteady grasp on the world and their place in it to one of self assurance and happiness. No additional sources are listed.
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