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  • Magnitude Of The Events Prospero
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    THE TEMPEST In The Tempest composed by William Shakespeare, a single character portrayed by a human actually symbolizes and represents a being greater than a mere human. Prospero, the magician and the protagonist in this play, appears explicitly as a conventional mortal, but one who does possess supernatural powers. Still, even with magic, we still read his character as being only human. Through certain events of benevolence, and acts of undeniable control, and Prosperos all around persona, we s...
  • Mr Spangler Pain
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    Human Comedy In the Human Comedy by William Saroyan, Mrs. Macauley, an intelligent mother of four in Ithaca, California, states, 'If a man has not wept at the world's pain he is only half a man, and there will always be pain in the world. ' ; (p. 131) People are different in many ways but how people deal with pain gives the world an insight to the character of that person and who they truly are inside. In a section of the Human Comedy, Mrs. Macauley shares her view of people, pity, and pain. Whe...
  • Their Run
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    He doesn't sleep for more than a few hours. He doesn't know why it is, just that he has never been able to let the night take him. The house isn't big enough to hold his thoughts. Everyday it's on his mind. The pain only comes when he tries to rest. He tries filling his time with activities to make himself better. Three a. m. is when he starts running. It's the best time to go for a run, no one to bug him when he leaves. The house sleeps. He opens the door so the house stays asleep. He likes to ...
  • Dickinson's Description Of Pain
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    Although cryptic in language and structure, Dickinson gives her work vivid sense of emotion. Her examination of the feeling of pain focuses in on only a few of the subtler nuances of pain that are integral parts of the experience. She draws in on an 'Element of Blank " that she introduces in her opening line. In exploring pain, she proposes that this 'blankness' is a self-propagating force that is subject to the dynamic forces of time, history and perception, but only to an extent. Her first men...
  • Waves Of Pain
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    It was the end of February last year when my sister came to me and begged me to help her and keep the secret of her unborn child just beginning to grown inside her. Through the weeks and months following, I fought a constant internal battle. On the outside I supported, loved and became the only constant in her life. The only one who knew, the only one able to be depended on. But internally I had a stronger struggle. The one against my conscience. "Should I tell our parents?" Yes. "But then she "...
  • Major Operation
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    ' A man of character finds a special attractiveness in difficulty, since it is only by coming to grips with difficulty that he can realize his potentialities. ' -Charles DeGaulle This quote couldn't more true, even at the age of seventeen my life has been riddled with adversity. Everything from major health related problems from birth to my father being injured at work and finally my cousin dying from cancer, all have made me realize truly the strength that I possess to carry on. I have overcome...
  • Pain Within The Context Of Time
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    Poem #640: interpretation Essay written by Rumina Ferrante I cannot live with You? It would be Life? And Life is over there Behind the Shelf The Sexton keeps the Key to? Putting up Our life? His Porcelain? Like a Cup? Discarded of the Housewife? Quaint? or Broke? A newer Sevres pleases? Old Ones crack? I could not die? with You? For One must wait To shut the Other's Gaze down? You? could not? And I? Could I stand by And see You? freeze? Without my Right of Frost? Death's privilege? Nor could I r...

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