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  • Macleish Believes Job
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    The play "J.B". by MacLeish is almost like the story of Job in the bible. The keyword is almost. He changes the story in a lot of ways, but still keeps the same basic storyline. The problem of Job is that he is a man who is very religious and moral, but God takes everything away for seemingly no reason. The sinful people have seemed to escape God's wraith, while Job is punished. Job says that he doesn't deserve God's grace more then anyone else. In both the bible and the play, Job wonders why su...
  • G D As A Man
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    In Genesis and Exodus society, women could not be in positions of power or be as equals to men. Patriarchy was being recognized as an acceptable idea. Patriarchy, a form of social organization in which the male is recognized as the head of the society or tribe. Genesis and Exodus are biased in favor of men. When we think of the great characters of the Bible we think of Moses and Abraham yet we don't have any women of real importance. Although there are a few women that actually do play a part in...
  • S Genesis 2 And 3
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    Title: Analysis of Susan Niditch's Commentary of Genesis in the WBC Subject: Religion Type: Type of Paper Analysis of Commentary Academic Level: College Content: An analysis of Susan Niditch's approach to the study of women in Genesis (from her commentary in THE WOMEN'S BIBLE COMMENTARY- cited in the paper). Description: Describe Niditch's approach to the study of women in Genesis and what she says overall aout these stories / characters. Also, which story discussed by Niditch, or what comment m...
  • Mr Boulte And Kurrell
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    Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865, in Bombay, India. He was sent to England to go to school and returned to India in 1882. He worked as a journalist in Lahore for the Civil and Military Gazette. He also worked on Pioneer in Allahabad later (web). Kipling returned to England in 1889 and met his wife, Carrie Bales tier. They moved to the United States in the mid-1890's where he wrote many of his poems. They returned to England in 1896 (web). Kipling began to be regarded as the Peoples ...
  • Kinds Of Stories From The Bible
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    Everyone always looks at the Bible as a loving book. It is considered God's Word. It helps us live a better life and serves as a guidebook showing us how to live on the right path. The characters in it are ones to be looked up to. Moses, Noah, Abraham, etc. were all righteous followers of God and set good examples for us even today. However, those who read deeper into the Bible will find more than just the stereotype that I have already explained. The God of the Bible has many moods. The Bible h...
  • Wooden Leg Of Hulga
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    SYMBOLISM IN GOOD COUNTRY PEOPLE Symbolism plays a major role in Flannery O Connor's story, Good Country People. Multiple objects that are presented in the story appear initially to be merely props, but the reader later discovers these props to actually be extremely important and necessary to the dynamics of the story. These props, or objects, symbolically represent the personalities of the characters who possess and / or use them. One such object in the story is the wooden leg of Hulga. When th...
  • Dream The Cross
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    Creating a Warrior: Analyzing The Dream of the Rood The story of Christ's crucifixion is one of the most important and well known stories of the Bible. It has been told through many different perspectives but none more unique then the one shared in The Dream of the Rood. Told through the view of the cross The Dream of the Rood is based on the story of the crucifixion. However when compared to original account, told in the Lords book, striking changes are apparent. The most striking of these chan...
  • Tempest The Character Prospero
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    In the tempest the character Prospero reminds me a lot of Jesus, or the son of God in the Christian religion. In various texts and discussions I have heard of the tempest as "prospero's story" like the Bible is "God's story". There are many references in the tempest that remind me of stories in the bible. Such examples are: Antonio refusing to see the error of his ways - Peter denying that he would refuse Jesus. Alonso, Antonio, and Sebastian were brought to the island in order to repent to Arie...

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