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  • Accepted Savagery Of The Civilized White Men
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    Author James Conrad, in his short story Heart of Darkness, uses light in an attempt to symbolize the civilization of the European world and those things which, by appearances, are generally accepted as good. To emphasize the acceptability of good or light, it is often contrasted to the symbolization of darkness, which Conrad shows as uncivilized, savage or bad. Conrad uses the characters reactions to light, bright or otherwise colorful things and events to encourage the reader to concur that the...
  • Next Wall
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    Description of A Bedroom Opening the door and walking in, you strike a gray plastic garbage can with your foot. You then look up to see a waterbed, covered in blankets, across the room. The carpet is grayish, with some sort of swirl design in it. Next to the garbage can is a white plastic clothes basket. This is jammed tight between the garbage can and the desk, which sits near the corner. The tops of the desk are white, but the supports are black. School books cover the bottom shelf, while the ...
  • Values Of Indians And Whites
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    The Light In The Forest: Analysis Conrad Richter presents a historic fictional work describing the colonial frontier in The Light in the Forest. True Son, born as John Butler, was captured by the Lenny Le nape Indians at the age of four. He was adopted by them and raised as the son of their chief, Cuyloga. He became a part of the Indian culture. Later the Indians made a treaty with the whites and all white captives were to be returned to their people, including 15-year-old True Son. However, Tru...
  • Sister Blanche
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    Blanche Du Bois: Blanche is a woman coming from an aristocratic background. She has lost her home, Belle Reve and also her job as an English teacher and came to her sister's house to stay for a while. In the past, her first lover died and after that she had changed a lot. Blanche is described by Tennessee Williams as delicate, sensitive, cultured, and beautiful. She is always "dressed in a white suit with a fluffy bod dice, necklace and ear-rings of pearl, white gloves and hat, looking as if she...
  • Bunz And Sincere
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    The motion picture Belly explores the ghetto and the characters that live in this dark and obscure world of violence and criminal behavior. Tommy or "Bunz", and Sincere, who both live in New York, have differing views of criminal life. Bunz lives a mixed up, drug-run lifestyle, while Sincere aspires to be a law-abiding family man. To help the audience get the full effect of evilness portrayed by the character, the scenes are very dark and gloomy. There are, however, lighter scenes in which the g...
  • Alternative Motives Of The Whites
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    In the novel Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad one of the major themes is the perversity of the Congo. What is good and evil in the European world becomes distorted and hazy in the heart of Africa. To the outside world white is good and black is evil; it is as simple as that. This philosophy is embodied in Marlows aunt, who believes that his job is to bring light into the land of darkness and to enlighten the savages. This idea, however, becomes corrupted when white objects symbolize suffering ...
  • Picture Of My Great Grandpa
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    Lying on bed with little consciousness, I look around the room, searching for the familiar faces that I loved so much. They are there, my dearest daughter and my granddaughter. They stand at the door, looking at me, weeping, with sadness in their eyes. I give them a weak smile. I know I was dying. I am 82, have lived long enough and have enjoyed so much good time. Five years ago, I sent my husband away, and now, it!'s my time. The pain tortured me for a long time seems to disappear now. I feel c...
  • Red Light White Bar Crystal
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    Table of contents Introduction... 3 Review of Literature... 3 Purpose o f Study... 7 Hypothesis... 7 Variables... 8 Procedure... 8 Methods and Materials... 9 Results... 9 Graph "A.".. 10 Graph "B.".. 11 Conclusion... 12 Unexpected Findings... , ... 12 For Future Study... 13 Bibliography... 13 Acknowledgments and Credits... 13 Appendix... 14 People have been fascinated with crystals since before civilization. Crystals can be found in stream beds and in rock outcroppings. Sometimes people would ev...

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