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  • Hawthorne Like The Hippies
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    Within this outline, as it stands at the moment, the hippie is seen as the seeker of peace, love, and joy. He is not hung up. Freed from materialism, from the past, from traditions, institutions, inherited customs, values, and restraints, he is open to the flow of experience. Acceptance of the body frees his senses for the apprehension of beauty beauty. He rejects Christianity, my student tells me, but sees some possibilities in Buddhism. Christianity, one assumes, is associated too strongly wit...
  • Joy To Hester's Life
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    In the novel, The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne discusses the issues of guilt, pain, and truth. For many people, it is hard to accept the faults of their own failures. Most do not acknowledge the reality of their lives, and wind up suffering for their mistakes. Guilt and Sin are bad and also cause pain. Hester Prynne endures in agony and pain because of the mistake she made. In the novel, Hester rarely gives up hope. Through her suffering, Hester maintains to keep her dignity. Hester is ad...
  • Door To Her New Life
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    Birds Die Too In Kate Chopin's "Story of the Hour", several elements contribute to the overall meaning of the story itself. Her death is foreshadowed in the beginning when it mentions that she was "afflicted with heart trouble". Because of this, when her sister told her that her husband had died, it was done so delicately. After Mrs. Mallard is told, is where the story really begins to set a tone of elegiac settings, and how she is expressing herself is in direct contrast to weather, i.e. 'the s...
  • Madame Liang Lives
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    Madame Liang essay In the book Three Daughters of Madame Liang there is a big emphasis on art. Art played a big role in the liver of the four main women in the novel. Joy, Madame Liang, Mercy, and Grace without art these four women's lives would have been drastically changed. You may believe that the Liang family is not perceived as an "artsy" or artistic family, but in fact they are really a very "artsy" or artistic family. They have Joy the painter, Madame Liang "the woman with style", Mercy t...
  • Good Life
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    I've been reading The Jungle for my U.S. Lit class. The Jungle is the story of a poor Lithuanian family that comes to America and gos to work in Packing town, the meat packing section of Chicago. It is a very interesting story about the corruption of the American dream and the injustice that plagues this countries economic system. Here I will put some of my favorite quotes and ideas for the book. Right now they are just raw quotes from the book but eventually I'll put up explanation's, ect... An...
  • Joyful Time In The Boys Life
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    The poem "Fern Hill" by Dylan Thomas explores childhood memories and the melancholy reality of lost youth. "Fern Hill" compels the reader to come back over and over again to seek more insight into the joy and pleasure of a time of innocence lost. The figurative speech causes the reader to seek the elusive youth and boyhood days of the character and encourages the reader to mourn and celebrate with the writer for the once glorious days of his youth. From the opening line, the memories of boyhood ...
  • Jack's Life
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    Shadowlands is a love story based on the life of the author, writer, and lecturer Clive Lewis, known as Jack. Jack was an intellectual man who had a tough heart to protect him from what he feared the most, suffering. Jack struggled with the reasons for life sufferings; however, it was Helen Joy Greshem that brought an optimistic eye-opening experience into Jack's life that would help him understand, not only suffering, but his life as well. Lewis often lectured about suffering; during his speaki...

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