You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

9 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Hope As A Bird
    549 words
    In Emily Dickinson's poem "Hope is the Thing With Feathers" she is the speaker And as the poem states she is a "hopeless" person. She talks of the virtues of hope, and how important it is, and all the places it can be found but she, herself has no hope. I think the audience Dickinson intended for this poem is anyone who wishes for or needs hope-, which, in time would be anyone who might read it. Dickinson gives no specific setting, but does talk of specific places. 14 o wever the poet-n is not "...
  • Anne Elliot
    708 words
    Persuasion - Jane Austen Silence and Signals Direct communication is impossible due to social rules and proprieties. The prose style becomes chaotic and troubled as it is reflects a tormented mind filled with repetitions ("Eight years, almost eight years had passed"), urgent rhetorical questions ("What might eight years not do"), exclamations ("how natural, how certain too!" ), and interjections ("Alas! With all her reasonings she found that to retentive feelings eight years may be little more t...
  • Hope
    293 words
    Is there hope in this lifetime, Is this hell eternal or prime, I often sit and wonder is there ever an end, When I take a few steps forward and then I fall back again. I feel chained down, locked up tormented day by day, i see no escape no way out this is where i stay, i cannot cry, angel is filling my soul with g rife and hate, what happen to hope, what happen to fate. i try to cry it comes out with a scream, everyday is a nightmare, it ruins all my dreams, i shake with fear, tremble like the e...
  • Great Movie Sleepless In Seattle
    320 words
    Sleepless in Seattle It is difficult to say at times, what exactly makes a movie great. I have found that the good movies are felt as you are leaving the theater. The audience should be able to feel and be live, to some degree. When exiting a movie, I hope that I feel this way. Today, paying large sums of money for each visit to the theater is tough to keep up. The audience expects an extra special performance each and every visit. I want to feel good as I leave. This satisfies my willingness to...
  • Our Burn For Eternal Peace
    279 words
    My gift to you is somewhat strange, it's hidden and silent, alone and unheard, but it still lives beneath the darkened sun, it's love and hope and joy and sight, it's knowing what's right and wrong, it cried for life, and I heard it cry, I've tried to lift its spirits high, to let other people wonder of its glow, its burn for eternal happiness, our burn for eternal peace. To give these it's hard, to respect them it's harder, I've watched others, and seen them turn inside out, lying through the p...
  • Vain Hope
    353 words
    The first metaphor I really liked was from "Tichbornes's Elegy". It was the line "All of my good is but vain hope of gain". The reason being it was so vivid and informative. That one minute line explains so much about the writer and about him. It says that the only good he does is for hope that some gain will occur in his life. I could picture him as being a posing Christian. A person who isn't really good natured but acts good to get to the pearly gates. He is vain and selfish. He isn't concern...
  • Course Of Hope Leslie Esther And Everell
    1,249 words
    If you want to figure out who the hero is in Hope Leslie you first have to understand the meaning of what a hero is. There are many possible definitions of what a hero could be. A hero could be someone who physically rescues someone, or it could be someone who assists another in a task that is important to that one person. A hero could also be someone who sticks to their principles and is a good person, worthy of being looked up to by others. This last definition is the one that I will be focusi...
  • Power Of Forgiveness
    737 words
    it's hard to get to know people in a saml l town and I wish that I could The hardest battle you " re going to fight is the battle to be just you. -Leo Busca glia It seems as if so much of my time and energy has been focused in trying to make others pleased with me. The unspoken belief was that if I could please others that their satisfaction of me would result in my own happiness. I have learned that you can only neglect yourself for so long before it becomes just unbearable. It is absolutely ne...
  • Feelings Of Hope And Hopelessness
    982 words
    They Cry. They Suffer. People Die. They Pray (131). Throughout Amazing Grace, a bestseller by Jonathon Kozol, I was torn between the feelings of hope and hopelessness. On one page I would be crying, on the next rejoicing. I found both despair and faith woven in the stories of the children from Harlem and the Bronx. These children, who were born into a life most of us couldn? t begin to imagine, live in a constant roller coaster-type reality. There is so much danger in their lives, one has to won...

9 results found, view free essays on page: