• Tarsiers Know The Way Home Tells Island Calypso
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    Odysseys is angry that he has been betrayed by Circe and threatens her to tell him the way home. She tells him that only Tarsiers know the way home. He must go to the underworld to find him. Back in Ithica men taunt Telemachus with his fathers death. Odysseus finds Tarsier, and he tells him that he is blinded by the journey not the passage which is his life and that he must fallow the star and he will run into 2 beasts, Scylla and Charyladis. On the way out of hell he sees his mother. The ship ...
  • The Pelican Brief Darby Tells Gray
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    The movie I had to review for criminal law and procedure is the Pelican Brief. At first I was unhappy to get this movie because I have never heard of it before. After watching it I was glad to get a movie that was interesting to me. The plot of the movie is as follows: In the opening scene of the movie they show Denzel Washington who is a reporter named Gray Grantham interviewing a Supreme Court Justice named Rosenberg. Then a scene later they show Darby Shaw, who is Louisiana, in a law class. ...
  • Hamlet 2 Good Father
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    POLONIUS, THE GOOD FATHER I agree with the statement that Polonius, adviser in the court of King Claudius of Denmark, is a good father who desires what is best for his children. Although he may be a fussy and overcautious old man, Polonius constantly gives good advice and his best wishes to both his children, Laertes and Ophelia. Before Laertes is about to go to France, Polonius talks to him and tells him all of his good advice. While Polonius tells Laertes all of his good advice, he says, 'My b...
  • Kurtz Marlow Tells Manager
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    Marlow stands on the Thames River and remarks that the land he and his comrades is standing on was once a place of darkness and an uncivilized wilderness. Through nostalgia he remembers an incident from his past when he commanded a steamboat on the Congo River... He talks about the Company's chief accountant who first mentions Kurtz to him... The accountant tells him that Kurtz supplies more ivory for the company than everyone else combined... Marlow's interests in Kurtz is perked... Marlow disc...
  • Philoctetes Son Of Achilles
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    Philoctetes, the bowman, is a most haunting and ambiguous character of Sophocles. He represents the pain which the world subjects all creative people to. Keeping his simplicity and innocence in a world of confusion and lies ends up being his greatest challenge. Through intense character portrayal, Sophocles presents the story of Philoctetes in a way so that the reader can empathizes and truly understand the pain of Philoctetes. The story begins when Odysseus and Neoptolemus are on a beach on the...
  • Mrs Linde Torvald Nora Krogstad
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    Synopsis The play begins on Christmas Eve. Nora Torvald enters the living room carrying packages. Torvald Helmer, her husband, enters. He says that she shouldn't have spent so much on Christmas gifts. He says that they have to be careful with money for now, but that he got a promotion at the bank that will increase their quality of life. Helene, their maid, says that Dr. Rank has come to visit. Also, Nora's school friend, Kristine Linde, comes. The two have not seen each other in years. Nora te...
  • Undine Knight Tells One
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    One day a knight comes out of the forest and a girl called Undine wants him to tell her about his adventures in the forest. The farmer doesn't want that he tells her his adventures. Because of that she runs away. Now the knight has to rescue her out of a creek. That's why the farmer allows him to tell her about the forest and his adventures. The real daughter of the farmer died long ago. Undine was only the substitute for her. Her new parents christened her undine. From now the knight is Undine...
  • Tells Beth Conrad Mother Thinks
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    The Jarrett's' have always believed themselves to be ordinary people, but after a their firstborn son, Jordan 'Buck' Jarrett, drowns and their second born son, Conrad, attempts suicide their whole world is turned upside-down. When Conrad comes home from his mental institution he feels that things have changed. Conrad's relationship with his parents has changed. The relationship that Conrad has with his parents change throughout the novel and are shaky all the way to the last page. When Conrad fi...
  • Tells Willy Biff Bernard Door
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    Biff / Willy - Turning Points A major turning point in the story Death of a Salesman occurs on pages 1394 and 1395. The scene is Willy walking into Charley's office and he sees Bernard (Charley's son) waiting in the waiting room. Willy sits next to Bernard and starts to have a conversation with him. The conversation starts out casual, then Willy asks Bernard where did he go wrong with Biff (Willy's son). Bernard tells Willy that Biff was prepared to attend summer school and Willy was surprised. ...
  • Universality Which Means Tess Angel Love
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    All literature has the quality of universality, which means the piece of literature has both truth and meaning that goes further than the time and place that the literature was written. This quality is present in both Tess of the D' by Thomas Hardy and A Doll's House by HenricIsben. Hardy's novel is based on two people's love and how they find it hard to be with each other. Isben's novel is similar in that it tells of two people's love. The story shows how you think your in love but your really ...
  • Rose Of Sharon Tom Tells Work
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    Pa, Ma, and Uncle John come out of the coroner's office where they have left Granma's body. Ma is upset because she knows Granma wanted a proper burial. Pa says they could not afford it. They look for a place to camp and come upon a collection of shacks and tents. Pa asks one man if they can camp on the land, and the man responds nonsensically. Pa gets angry and stalks off. Another young man tells them they have just met the Mayor of Hooverville, which is what the campsite is called. He says th...
  • Sermon On The Mount
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    The Sermon on the Mount Throughout the book of Matthew the reader can notice many instances when Jesus wants his people to act differently then they were told to before. During Jesus's sermon on the Mount, he tells his people how they should live their lives, he also tells them how to pray and how to treat others. Jesus brings up old sayings and adds to them during his sermon asking his people to change the way they live. First, Jesus talks about how his people should live their lives. Jesus say...
  • Julius Ceaser Killed Caesar
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    Summaries of Julius Caesar Act I This first Act contains only three scenes, but each are important for many reasons. It begins with two tribunes, Flavius and Murellus, who scold commoners who parade down the street to celebrate Caesar's victory over Pompey. The two tribunes shame the commoners for celebrating the death of one of Rome's former leaders, and they depart solemnly. On February 15 th the festival of Lupercalia is celebrated, and Caesar arrives in the city along with Antony and Brutus....
  • Montag Books Tells Faber
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    Guy Montag is the main character in the novel Fahrenheit 451. Montag s job is a fireman but a different kind of fireman they are supposed to find houses with books in them, and to destroy them. The homes in which books are found are also burned and the person who has the books is sent to jail. In the beginning, Guy Montag seems to like his job Then one day he meets a girl named Clarisse Mcclellan, his new neighbor, a sixteen year old girl. They talk and Clarisse tells him of a past when people w...
  • Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee
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    Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, by Dee Brown. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1970. In the Introduction, the author tells how he put together a book of the oral history of the American Indians, based on the government records of council meetings with white officials. In these meetings, all Indians were allowed to speak. They chose their own interpreters, and they told their oral history in their own words. Chapter 1 begins with Columbus, who first called the people "In dios" (p. 1). Thus,...
  • Everyman Goods And Riches
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    Everyman is an English morality play written by an anonymous author in the late fifteenth century. It is an allegorical play as well, and may have been based on an earlier Dutch morality play. In the beginning of the play, a foreword describes the message the story will portray. A messenger tells the audience that people should be good in life, and look forward to death so they may go to heaven. Sin seems good to people at the time, but it will bring about sorrow when they die. When the story be...
  • Oedipus Creon Tells Messenger
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    Oedipus the King Sophocles (c. 427 B. C. ) Summary The play opens in front of the palace of Oedipus at Thebes. Oedipus asks a priest and his supplicants what they are wanting. The priest thanks him for saving them from the Sphinx, but tells him that the city needs saving again from a plague that has descended. Oedipus admits this and says that he has sent a messenger to Apollo's shrine to find out what he must do to save the city. The messenger arrives just then. The messenger says that Apollo ...
  • Othello Act Iv Summary
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    Scene i: At the front of his headquarters, Othello talks to Iago, and he claims that he overhead Cassio saying Desdemona's name when he was sleeping. Othello believes everything that Iago tells him. Cassio arrives, and Iago sets him up by saying he will talk to him later. His plan is for Cassio talk to him about Bianca while Othello listens and thinks Cassio is talking about Desdemona. This plan works, and Othello hears from Cassio about how "she" loves him. When Bianca arrives, the conversatio...
  • The Odyssey Telemakhos Odysseus Tells
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    The Women of The Odyssey In Homer's The Odyssey, the hero Odysseus has several different relationships with female figures who aid, blackmail, love, kidnap, seduce, or tempt him. Odysseus basically either loves these women, or he has mixed emotions about them. Among his loves are Penelope and Athena. He likes the Princess Nausicaa, but has mixed love / hate emotions for the goddesses Kalypso, Kirke, and the Sirens. Even though it has been about twenty years since Odysseus has seen his wife, Pen...
  • English Coursework Atticus Mrs Dubose
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    English Coursework Atticus In my opinion Atticus is a great father as he always tells the children the truth, also the children respect their father as it says, "our father is satisfactory." The children relate to their father very well they feel they can talk and respond to their father without feeling uncomfortable like some children would with their parents but as they can relate to their father tells us that he is a good father. His statement "Sister I do the best I can with them", I a...