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  • Our Forests And Trees
    846 words
    Trees the Most Valuable Resource on Earth Today Forests are one of the most valuable resources on the planet today. Without forests it would be almost impossible for any living thing to survive. But, with this in mind many people destroy forests. It is as though they dont even care that they are dooming themselves as well as the trees. Hopefully through this article I can help save the forest and help human kind, as well as all other organisms, by telling how important the forest is and how it f...
  • Forest Of Arden
    645 words
    The Comparison of Forest of Arden versus Forest of Eden It is the innate desire of man to seek a place of freedom, . an utopia, which allows him to escape into fantasies and away from the hardships of reality. In the play 'As you like it'; by William Shakespeare, the playwright indirectly compares the Forest of Arden to the Forest of Eden by exploring the theme of illusions, the idea of the forest as a place of refuge and Arden's mystical powers. The two forests are not only related by the fact ...
  • Scarlet Letter The Forest
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    The Scarlet Letter: Symbolism in the Forest 'The path strangled onward into the mystery of the primeval forest' (179). This sentence displays just one of the multiple personalities that the forest symbolizes in The Scarlet Letter written by Nathaniel Hawthorn. As seen in the epic story Wizard of OZ, the forest represents a place of evil and delight, but in the Scarlet Letter the forest symbolizes much more then that. Each character brings out a different side of the forest, however the forest al...
  • Dark And Secretive Place
    738 words
    Sunlight, darkness, brightness, shadow; these are the things that, according to the Bible, God created on the first day of creation. Sunlight represents liveliness and merriment, and darkness represents death and sorrow. The Scarlet Letter has continuous examples of these, and most of them take place in two very important, but very different scenes in the midst of the novel. The market place is one of these settings that has sun shining down on it, showing off its possessions. The forest is the ...
  • Dimmesdale And Pearl The Forest
    720 words
    When Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote the Scarlet Letter he based it on a rigid Puritan society. Such a society was grounded on the belief that God was their master and they lived under his watch and command. A puritan society is one in which the individual is unable to divulge his or her innermost thoughts and secrets. That was a major problem for the main characters of the story as their lives were occupied with numerous issues. As they were unable to release such secrets in public they were forced t...
  • Forest A Great Place Of Evil
    438 words
    The forest a great place of evil. The story of the Scarlet Letter and Good amn Brown both portray the forest as being evil according to Puritan society. According to the Puritans anything that had to do with great freedom was evil. They were a very strict people, and had many rules. The people be lived that everything that gave them hiding from their lords judgment was evil. They wanted evil to suffer during their life, and to not commit sins. By this belief it was thought that people might get ...
  • Forest As A Place
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    In Chris Anderson's essay titled Forest of Voices he talks about the forest around his house and what it means to him. However there is a much deeper meaning to his essay. Throughout the essay, one can get a hint of human interference and human interaction with forests. Anderson once thought of the forest as a place to get away from things and go hike and explore. He, like many others, just saw the trees from his place in town as a line of timber. His thoughts were changed however when he moved ...
  • Market Place And The Forest As Settings
    998 words
    Nathaniel Hawthorne chose the market place and the forest as settings used to symbolically develop his portrait of society and the characters in The Scarlet Letter. In this novel a story unfolds of three people who are torn apart by sin, revenge, and guilt. The market place reveals to the reader a place of restraint and severe Puritan laws. The setting of the forest yields the impressions of wild unrestraint and passion. The market place paints a careful picture of restraint and law that seldom ...
  • Magical Ring
    547 words
    The Fellowship of the Rings I read The Fellowship of the Rings for my book report. It is the first book to the Lord of the Rings, written by J.R.R. Tolkien. The settings in this book changed many times from the hills of the Shire where the hobbits live, to the deep darkness of the mines of Moria. The book takes place in a place called Middle Earth, which is described by Tolkien as a mysterious place full of good and evil. The way Tolkien described each place is amazing and it is as if u were loo...
  • Burabai Pine Forest
    406 words
    Kazakhstani Switzerland is the second name given to Burabai, Kokshetau region, which is in the Northern Kazakhstan. Amidst the yellow scorched unending steppe you just encounter the green wall of forest. It harbors wonders: hillocks overgrown with trees, stony ridges, fantastical heaps of rocks like fairy giants and ghosts as silent as bewitched lakes. This mysterious land is Burabai. "Bur a " in Kazakh stands for camel. There is an old legend about prophetic camel, which used to live in Burabai...

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