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  • Revenge With Many Of The Characters
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    Beyond The Chocolate War, a novel written by Robert Cormier is the compelling sequel to The Chocolate War. Robert Cormier is a successful writer who pictures the typical lives of everyday people with extraordinary talent. He is also the author of After The First Death the set novel for year 10 this year. As the names suggest, these books revolve around the same classification: conflict however these are not your common books about pure physical war and battle but it adresses the other side of co...
  • Character's Jerry Seinfeld
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    SEINFELD: THE UNTOLD STORY Throughout Seinfeld's eight-season stint on network television the show and its creator's have stereotyped everything from young Puerto Rican boys to Jewish Priests. The main stereotype of this sit-com is the very florid portrayal of the generational age groups of the characters. The main characters represent the beginning of the Generation X culture. The parents and relatives of Jerry Seinfeld and that of George Costanza present the presence of the members of the Sile...
  • Plot The Revenge Of The Bat
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    Die Fledermaus is an operetta about friends getting even. The antagonist, Dr. Falke, plots and fulfills his revenge against his old friend. After a costume ball, Gabriel, the protagonist, carries his good yet intoxicated friend Dr. Falke to the middle of town and leaves him passed out on a park bench. He is dressed as a bat and he is lying with his pants down. He awakes to find a large crowd laughing at him. This starts the plot the revenge of the bat. Dr. Falke then takes great preparation and ...
  • Women Characters In Western Movies Play
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    Women in Westerns Womens roles in western movies are very diversified. Although the roles are very different from each other, they are very stereotypical. Almost all women characters in western movies play one of the following: a mother, school teacher, prostitute, or an outlaw. Through comparing three western movies, all ranging in different eras from 1932 to 1994, it is clearly shown that whether its the loving mother or town prostitute, women characters often play a minor part compared to the...
  • Idea Of Extreme And Moderate Characters
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    Extreme and Moderate Characters in Tartuffe In Moli " ere's Tartuffe (Moir'e 1664), the reader is able to see a great contrast of Extreme and Moderate characters. Extreme characters being those who are seen as over the top, or very passionate people, and the moderate characters having a more calm and subtle approach to ideas. The extreme characters in this case would be Madam Pernelle, Orgon, Tartuffe, and Dorine. The moderate characters are seen as Cleante and El mire. One of the characters tha...
  • Bounderby A Believable Character
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    A firm character basis is the foundation upon which any good novel is built. For an allegorical novel, Dickens' has a surprisingly complex character foundation. The characters in Hard Times have both the simplistic characteristics of a character developed for allegorical purposes, as well as the intricate qualities of "real" people. These characters think and feel like we do and react to their situations in the same way that most of us would. These attributes are what give the characters life an...
  • Elizabeth Proctor And Rebecca Nurse Play
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    The Crucible by Arthur Miller, is a play involving issues such as envy, hatred, deception and faith. There are many different types of female characters, with differing qualities and strengths of will, yet they are all very important in the plot. Dealing with historical events and characters living historical existence, the characters are very lifelike in the way they interact. The novel includes many strong, and influential women characters. Set in the town of Salem, Massachusetts, The Crucible...
  • Sense Of Loss In The Filipino
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    Nostalgia in When the Dancers Came Bienvenido Santos When the Dancers Came, shares a common trait with the rest of his short stories in Scent of Apples. It is the trait that examines the sense of loss in the Filipino American community-a loss of home, country, and family. In When the Dancers Came, Santos portrays this loss through the main characters of the story, Fili mon Fil Aca yan and Antonio Tony Ba taller. Therefore, the main concentration of this dramatic story is the nostalgia that goes ...
  • Play Pyramus
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    Obviously the main characters in this scene are the mechanical's, although the lords do add to the dramatic effect of the scene and influence the other characters. In order to make this scene so funny, Shakespeare has used a lot of literary devices to emphasise the humour. The play is a parody of "Romeo And Juliet". The star of the play is Pyramus, who is played by Bottom. In contrast to most of the other characters, Bottom is not at all nervous, and should come across as boastful and big-headed...
  • Character Of A Particular Person
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    Character is the combination of qualities or features that distinguishes one person, group or a thing from another. It is the description of person's attributes, traits or abilities. character of a person is adjudged only by observing keenly his intentions, inner feelings. Character is defined only to a particular person but society comprises of many people with diverse characteristics. Like every person has unique feature simillarly is the character exhibited by him. Hero is also a part of soci...
  • Off Seasons Mr Lariviere Offers Wade
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    The character Wade Whitehouse from the book Affliction by Russell Banks is very complex. To properly analyze his character one must take into account all aspects of his personality. We must search and break down any information we may find about, the character's background information, describe his personality, determine if any changes have occurred to his character during the novel, how he has affected fellow characters and finally the thematic significance that the author wishes to bring to th...

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