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  • Ways
    527 words
    Open Eyes. An often forgotten essential in our short existence we call "life" is our need for at least a quintessential connection of spirituality for our own subsistence. And as this world we live in, develops into supposed "development' and as evolution directs our way of life into a tedious search of happiness derived from money... and a person in a modern society barely has a moment for a prayer and "time' being as impatient as it is, the youth have no seconds to just sit and contemplate the...
  • One Other Way Of Escape
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    " In order to be grounded you must be crazy, but if you ask to be grounded, you must not be crazy anymore, so you have to continue flying" (Heller 40). This is the justification of what a catch-22 is. Insane behavior and the fight for freedom are both acts, which transpire in Catch 22. Yossarian, a squadron captain is in World War II flying a plane and fighting for his country. Though trying to get out, he knows there is only one way, and that would only get him "away" from all of the terror. Th...
  • Thoreau's Walden
    862 words
    In Henry David Thoreau's Walden it is quite evident that Thoreau seeks to control the world in which he lives. The book is about Thoreau taking control of his life by moving away from society so that he can live by himself. Thoreau's going back to the primitive if you will. Thoreau feels that society has strayed too far from the pursuit of excellence and purity. He states that man has become too ambitious and too greedy. Man desires to own and gain too many things. People are not living simply a...
  • Wisdom From Thoreau's Approach
    953 words
    Quest for Wisdom: Two Approaches Two approaches to the "Quest for Wisdom" that I enjoyed are Walden, by Henry David Thoreau and Man's Search for Meaning, by Viktor E. Frankl. Both of the authors took similar approaches by using narration of a main segment of their lives to explain their philosophy and how they arrived at their conclusions. Though both conclusions represent individualism they are strikingly different. Thoreau values the doctrines of Transcendentalism, seeking ones inner self thro...
  • Shots Of Just Stephens And Zoe
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    Psychoanalysis of "The Sweet Hereafter" "The Sweet Hereafter" portrays the grief stricken citizens of a remote Canadian town traumatized by a terrible accident, and the impact of an ambulance-chasing lawyer who is attempting to deal with the grief in his own life. The film also depicts the grieving subjects susceptibility to convert grief and guilt into both blame and monetary gain and the transformation this small community faces after such a devastating event. The motives of Mitchell Stephens,...
  • Laurent Therese
    896 words
    Zola presents a rapid and powerful development of the affair between Th r se and Laurent. How effective is Zola's portrayal of the encounter between the lovers and what are the changes evident in the previously calm and assured Laurent Therese is fascinated by Laurent when he first walks into her life as an adult. She is spellbound by his sheer manliness and animal magnetism. He is strong, muscular and handsome the antithesis of Camille. As Zola writes, Therese had never seen a real man before. ...
  • Only Way Huck
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    Adventures Of Huck Finn Description Essay, Research Adventures Of Huck Finn Description In the novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, the main character enters a transitional period of his life. This character, Huckleberry Finn, faces many situations. Such as? Humble myself to a nigger? (95), forcing him to deal with decisions that carry with them the ability to bring about change. Since transition can be defined as the process of entering change, Huck begins searching for an i...

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