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  • Pirandello's Henry Attempt
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    Varieties of consciousness in Pirandello's Henry IV Studies in the Literary Imagination, Fall 2001 by Fairchild, Terry Monsieur Berenger, the guileless hero of Eugene Ionesco's A Stroll in the Air, spies along the English waterside one afternoon a visitor from the anti-world. Unruffled by this unusual phenomenon, he considers the stranger's origins: 'There's not just one Anti-World. There are several and... they can all coexist in the same space' (47). Daughter Mar the realizes her father is acc...
  • Great End Of Life
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    'The answers to life's problems aren't at the bottom of a bottle: they " re on TV!' Homer Simpson " It's a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it. ' W. Somerset Maugham " Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum. ' Oliver Wendell Home, Jr. ' The great end of life is not knowledge but action. ' Thomas Henry Huxley " Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive' Elbert Hubbard " It's a funny thing about life; if you ref...
  • Henry's Fear Of Death
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    The Red Badge of Courage is not a war novel. It is a novel about life. This novel illustrates the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Stephen Crane uses the war as a comparison to everyday life. He is semi-saying that life is like a war. It is a struggle of warriors - the every day people - against the odds. In these battles of everyday life, people can change. In The Red Badge of Courage, the main character, Henry Fleming, undergoes a character change that shows how people must overcome t...
  • Two Banks And Henry
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    Henry Starr was a real man, in the real Old West. He wrote his life story while in prison in a book called Thrilling Events. Although the book I read is based on a true man, some of the events are exaggerated, or retold differently then the actual event. Henry Starr was a 17 year old Cherokee cowboy working a steady job at a ranch. One day, however he was framed for stealing two horses by a man that was in cahoots with a crooked sheriff. Henry's uncle paid his bail, and Henry went back to work. ...
  • Henry Over Zealous For Battle
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    Is it Sweet and Fitting to Die for One's Country? Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Courage is truly a unique book because it challenges the common perceptions of the Civil War. The fight for freedom and the American way of life were how writers such as Fredrick Douglass and Walt Whitman portrayed the Civil War. Crane challenges these principles by concentrating on the day-to-day reality the regiments of the North faced. Since the North's main goal was to abolish slavery, they are remembered to b...
  • Porter's Life Through Themes
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    Honors English II 10th-7th period March 30, 1998 O. Henry led a life comprised of love, deception, losses, pain, and delight. He draws these aspects of his life into his talent of writing. One can find a description of O. Henry's life experiences in virtually all of his works. He describes his fears and longings, his triumphs and losses. One can consider a prime example of him incorporating his life into his art to be "The Last Leaf". O. Henry utilizes his trademark styles of a sacrificial theme...
  • Henry's Idyllic Way Of Life
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    One common strand that runs through all of the stories are the effects of the war upon its participants. Nick Adams of "In out time" seeks to escape the harsh environment of war by enveloping himself in nature, most notably in "The Big Two-Hearted River". In the opening scene of "The Big Two-Hearted River" Nick is upset over the destruction of the town of Sene y. The town, which Nick said was not there, was burned and destroyed. After seeing the destruction of the land Nick looks to the serenity...
  • Henry And Lyman In The Story
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    The Red Convertible is a story that symbolizes thought. It is a story of family as well as culture. It is a story that asks a lot of questions, questions that don t have answers. Did Henry commit suicide What is the role of the convertible Many questions, no answers. The dialogue used in the story is different, than others of any sort. The way she compares people to animals is unique. It is a story, not a sad story, not a happy story, just a story, a story about life, especially Native American ...
  • Disappearance Of Henry In The Final Chapter
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    The disappearance of Henry in the final chapter adds a certain ambiguity to Coovers text. Readers must question why Henry is not present and the reasoning behind his disappearance from the final chapter; has he merged to become one person with the players he created, have his players and league progressed to a maturity in which they no longer need him, or has Henry crossed the line of insanity causing the league itself to turn into a chaotic mess. The possibility exists that Henry has merged to ...
  • Elisa's Femininity And Sexuality A Henry
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    Elisa's Life in "The Chrysanthemums" Thesis: In "The Chrysanthemums", John Steinbeck talks about Elisa's frustration for her lack of children, appreciation as a woman and realization of her life. I. Chrysanthemums are a symbol of her children. A. She protects them as if they were children 1. She puts a fence around them. 2. She keeps them out of the reach of pests. B. Her happiness about her ability to nurture them. II. Chrysanthemums symbolize Elisa's femininity and sexuality. A. Henry does not...
  • Lyman And Henry Junior Lamartine
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    The Red Convertible is written by Louise Erdrich in 1984, it is from her novel Love Medicine. The author conveys different messages to the reader such as brotherhood and the impact of war. The work is based on two Native American brothers, Lyman and Henry Junior Lamartine. The red convertible is an important asset to the brothers Lamartine. It affects their lives. The car is the metaphorical symbol of brotherhood. Erdrich compares the old way of life with the new. Erdrich does this through metap...

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