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  • Macbeth And Banquo's Respective Fates
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    Fate plays a large role in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Not only do the weird sisters use it to wreak havoc among the Scottish nobility, but many people throughout the play try to tempt fate. Macbeth does it, as does Lady Macbeth. Then, later in the play, even Malcolm, Macduff and the other revolutionaries try to alter fate. Fate can be many things to many different people. To those who believe that fate is an all-encompassing aspect of God, fate is merely an excuse for one's deeds. But to Macbeth and...
  • Paradoxical Relationship Between Fate
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    The first ode in Sophocles Antigone contains analogies that represent the paradoxical relationship between fate and free-will. The relationship that these two ideas have can be interpreted differently; yet, it is always possible to say that it is your fate to believe in free-will and go against your fate. One of the more evident phrases / verses clearly shows how the amalgamation of the two can be formed; the chorus recites, "the stormy gray area", in the ode, the word "gray" is used in a metaph...
  • Fate Of Rubin Carter
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    Naturalism in THE HURRICANE Naturalism is the theory that one's surroundings and background determines their fate. THE HURRICANE has many naturalistic elements. Rubin Carter's background and surroundings are what determined his fate. Trouble started very young for Rubin Carter. When he was just a boy he was sent to a juvenile home. Rubin didn nothing wrong, but because he was black it made it easier for him to get accused. As Carter got older, he grew stronger and wiser. He became a boxer. Soon,...
  • One's Fate
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    'If Only I Had Known' Henry James always managed to keep certain themes in his works similar. The one that usually stands out most is his literary battles between American and European customs. This is especially apparent in three of his other works, Daisy Miller: A Study, Roderick Hudson, and The Portrait Of A Lady. However, in his short story, The Beast In The Jungle, there is another theme that takes center stage. That theme is fate; moreover, the failure to control that fate. In The Beast In...
  • Next Few Paragraphs
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    The song "Freewill" by Rush us basically analyzing life using metaphors. In the first paragraph you get a few examples of this such as "We dance on the strings"A planet of playthings" and "The stars aren't aligned". Some are more obvious then others, but if you think about the lesser obvious ones then you will eventually get it. If you listen to the song you can't really tell how intelligently written it really is, when you read the whole song on paper that's when you relies how much thought and...

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