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HAMLET - WHAT'S A BOY TO DO?

           

A TALE OF TWO CHAMBERS

In the first speech we see Hamlet as an emotional young man, racked by grief, torn by bereavement, but without the inclination to revenge. 1,100 more words

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ART FOR IRELAND'S SAKE

Yeats and the Creation of the Irish Myth

 

               William Butler Yeats was born into the remnants of what’d been the protestant ascendancy, the privileged, British backed community that was supposed to transform the Irish into English, but which instead did exactly the opposite. 2,004 more words

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It was never your fault

Dedication

This goes out to the rejected; it was never your fault! they see the world not as you do, this is our flaw!

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African Poetry

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  Rosalind and the Counterfeit of Intelligence.

             One must bear in mind that Rosalind although a female character, has been created by a man and therefore her sensibilities are not always those of her own sex. 1,197 more words

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Innocent Until Proven Guilty...

              

 

 

Innocent Until Proven Guilty: The Wanton Disregard for Political Correctness in the Novel of the Eighteenth Century

(Defoe/Richardson)

All novels to some degree are reflections of the period in which they were written; hour glasses filled with the social norms and oriented using the moral compass of the day. 2,447 more words

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Goth-Cred and The Castle of Otranto

              

Horace Walpole – The Castle of Otranto – 17th century imagery and the birth of the Novel.

There is an epiphany that quite clearly occurs in the historical development of the novel that the… 954 more words

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PAMELA - MARXIST MANIFESTO

              

 

Samuel Richardson’s PAMELA

Loss of liberty, rebellion, and the archaic notion that people are defined by wealth and blood are what makes “Pamela” an extremely dangerous novel. 1,061 more words

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