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  • Dealing with Grief in the Lovely Bones

    Dealing with Grief in the Lovely Bones

    The characters in Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones are faced with the difficult task of overcoming the loss of Susie, their daughter and sister. Jack, Abigail, Buckley, and Lindsey each deal with the loss differently. However, it is Susie who has the most difficulty accepting the loss of her own life. Several psychologists separate the grieving process into two main categories: intuitive and instrumental grievers. Intuitive grievers communicate their emotional distress and “experience, express, and

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    Submitted: January 24, 2010 By: Fatih
  • Dear America - When Will This Cruel War Be Over?

    Dear America - When Will This Cruel War Be Over?

    DEAR AMERICA When Will This Cruel War Be Over?  Report by: Jennifer Osei Book by: Barry Denenberg Pd .4 Characters Emma Simpson- She is the main character in this story . The whole concept of the book is about her diary . In her diary she talks about the stress and anxiety the war has brought upon her family .Emma to me is a static character. She still to me doesn’t mature as much

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Top
  • Dear Daddy

    Dear Daddy

    Dear Daddy Sylvia Plath’s poem Daddy can be seen by today’s readers as a piece not only about the Resentment of a father but about the resentment of the way that she views society’s elders. Also this Piece can be seen as an owed to the victims that were part of one of the most horrible actions in human history, The Holocaust. Plath describes her father in detail within the piece however the detail that

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    Submitted: March 9, 2010 By: Vika
  • Dear God, This Is Dean

    Dear God, This Is Dean

    Dear God, This is Dean Few things in life seem more daunting than serving on the jury of a man accused of murder. In the course of jury deliberations, many things can get in the way of the jury arriving at an ultimate decision. In the case of the State of New York vs. Monte Milcray, Milcray was accused of stabbing Randolph Cuffee to death. Milcray claimed that he was defending himself from Cuffee’s

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    Submitted: January 10, 2010 By: regina
  • Death

    Death

    Death has significant purposes on the story and narrator in No Name Woman, The Man Who Was Almost a Man, and Neighbor Rosicky. Each story had its own meaning for death. The narrator or main character in each story relayed this same meaning of death, or showed another significant outlook to death. In No Name Woman, the death of the aunt was significant to the story to show the effects of shame in a

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    Submitted: December 28, 2009 By: Jack
  • Death "we Real Cool"

    Death "we Real Cool"

    Death in “We Real Cool” In Gwendolyn Brooks poem “We Real Cool” Seven African-American high school dropouts want everyone to admire them. These teenagers explain how they stay out late playing pool, fighting, sinning and drinking. Though they believe they have everybody else fooled, they know themselves that the destructive behavior they are taking part in will lead to their death. “The sluggard’s carving will be the death of him, because his hands refuse to

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    Submitted: December 30, 2009 By: David
  • Death and Life

    Death and Life

    I watched as death drew near them. The destructive force disregarding life and love was a beautiful nightmare. People were running, screaming and all I thought of was why. Why not just observe the beauty speeding towards you? I just lay sprawled across the ground as trees were engulfed, buildings flattened and lives lost. It never alarmed me. The thought of dying, for me, it was just an empty soul with no care for

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    Submitted: January 17, 2018 By: Phoebe_R
  • Death and Rebirth: Examinig Death Through Poetry

    Death and Rebirth: Examinig Death Through Poetry

    Death and Rebirth: Examining Death Through Poetry Death is one of the only true constants in the universe and is the only guarantee in life. Everyone knows of death and everyone will experience it, but to the living death is still one of life's greatest mysteries. In some cultures death is celebrated and embraced, while in others it is feared. However it is perceived, death holds different meanings for different people. Through the art of

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    Submitted: May 5, 2010 By: Mike
  • Death and Thoughtlessness in Poetry

    Death and Thoughtlessness in Poetry

    Although the poems "Not Waving But Drowning" by Stevie Smith and "The Fly" by William Blake were written in two very different time periods, it is still possible to find similarities between them. Williams Blake's poem is seen through the eyes of someone who thoughtlessly kills a fly and then tries to justify it, while Stevie Smith's poem is about a man who is in trouble but whom his friends won't listen to. The meaning

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    Submitted: April 28, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Death as a Theme in the Writings of Emily Dickinson

    Death as a Theme in the Writings of Emily Dickinson

    Emily Dickinson Paper Alex Lesnick May 7, 2002 Period 1 Written word is perhaps the most powerful medium that humans have created to express their thoughts. A person can express a myriad of emotions through pen and paper, ranging from hope and happiness to morbid obsessions and anxiety. Written words, unlike spoken words, are for eternity. Once a thought is written down, anyone can read it, interpret it, ponder it, or question it, until

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: July
  • Death by Landscape

    Death by Landscape

    Death by Landscape It is often wondered what an artist was thinking or what message they are trying to convey when they create an unusual or even a masterpieces of art. Now it is also safe to say that such beauty and talent might only be in the eye of the beholder, and many will never appreciate or understand the views that others have towards an artists work. Why do some people find such depth

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    Submitted: April 13, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Death Comes for the Archbishop

    Death Comes for the Archbishop

    Death Comes for the Archbishop By Willa Cather Willa Cather is the author of the award winning novel Death Comes For The Archbishop written in 1927. She was born in 1873 near Winchester, Virginia and soon moved to Nebraska (Cather, 1927). During her childhood she was surrounded by foreign languages and customs. Even at her young age she felt a connection to the immigrants in Nebraska and was intrigued with their connection to the land.

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    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Venidikt
  • Death in Litereature

    Death in Litereature

    Death is considered from many different standpoints in literature from around the world. We face death, deal with the death of a loved one, and discuss the religious or philosophical significance of death. Three authors that illustrate this are James Joyce, William Faulkner, and Stephen Crane. In “Maggie: Girl of the Streets” Crane incorporates the idea of death in both the beginning of the story and the end. In the beginning the little brother, Tommy

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    Submitted: November 12, 2009 By: Victor
  • Death in Me

    Death in Me

    In life everyone has to encounter challenges, they make us who we are and often times have say in who we will be. Life altering experiences do not have to be bad all the time it could be passing a test or receiving an award. However, for me it was death that was the life altering experience. In transition from childhood to adolescence for me the concept of death was there but not real.

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    Submitted: April 26, 2010 By: July
  • Death in the Hours

    Death in the Hours

    The men and women of The Hours view death as an escape from an ordinary lifestyle which lacks anything truly extraordinary or exhilarating. Laura Brown considers death as an alternative to the constraints of her role as a mother and a wife. Both Richard Brown and Virginia Woolf ultimately commit suicide in order to escape their illnesses and their failures to live up to society’s expectations. Though Laura does not end her life, she does

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    Submitted: June 14, 2010 By: July
  • Death in the Woods by Sherwood Anderson

    Death in the Woods by Sherwood Anderson

    In Death in the Woods by Sherwood Anderson, the old woman that feeds the animals was a quite member of the community. She kept to herself and did her routine things such as visit the butcher and such. She loved the nature, and her biggest concern seemed to be feeing the animals. They were like children to her, and they probably treated her better than her real family did. In Robert Frost's An Old Man's

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    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Jack
  • Death in Venice

    Death in Venice

    From the ancient world to about the time of the story, the sea was the major means of transportation to mysterious lands. Soon afterwards, ships, as a means of transportation, began to give way to airplanes. But the sea remains mysterious, since its depths are the only part of the globe which remains barely explored. The only times when Aschenbach is able to find peace in Death in Venice is during brief moments when he

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    Submitted: January 13, 2010 By: David
  • Death in Venice

    Death in Venice

    Thomas Mann in his “Death in Venice” has created a polarity of the conscious will versus the passionate drive within his character Mr. Gustav Aschenbach. One main way that the author does this is by setting the story in the adventurous city of Venice, Italy. Mann goes further in creating characteristics of Mr. Aschenbach that are similar to those of literary Venice. We see the strongest similarities of this through Venice’s sensuality and exoticism, its

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Steve
  • Death of a Hired Man Summary

    Death of a Hired Man Summary

    A man and woman converse on the porch of their farmhouse. The man is just coming home in the evening; his wife meets him at the door to warn him that Silas, the old “ne'r-do-well hired hand”, had returned that day. They were afraid of why he had returned and what he would try to do to them. They had never done anything wrong to him but sometimes he would just get those ideas in

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    Submitted: December 25, 2009 By: Vika
  • Death of a Naturalist

    Death of a Naturalist

    Commentary: ‘Death of a Naturalist’ by Seamus Heaney In the poem ‘Death of a Naturalist’, written by Seamus Heaney in 1987, the author develops a symbolic plot of an adult speaker looking back on his childhood, demonstrating how as a young boy, his perception of the same environment suddenly matured and altered, essentially providing a new way of looking at the bridge between childhood and adulthood, and displaying how over time, people’s interpretation of their

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    Submitted: December 17, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Death of a Naturalist Analysis

    Death of a Naturalist Analysis

    Death of a Naturalist The poem, like Seamus Heaney’s work, is very nature minded in terms of context. However, he describes the frogs in a very evil, sinister, and menacing way. It is about a child who collects frog spawn from the dam and collects it in jars. He is innocent and unaware of the evil that lurks in the frog spawn. We can see in the poem that the boy is young, when he

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    Submitted: December 23, 2009 By: Top
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Plot Overview As a flute melody plays, Willy Loman returns to his home in Brooklyn one night, exhausted from a failed sales trip. His wife, Linda, tries to persuade him to ask his boss, Howard Wagner, to let him work in New York so that he won't have to travel. Willy says that he will talk to Howard the next day. Willy complains that Biff, his older son who has come back home to visit,

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    Submitted: November 13, 2009 By: Yan
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    An excellent father will make every effort to constantly do what is best for his family. He will put his needs last, ensuring that his family is well cared for and not lacking for any necessities. And, most significantly, a first-class father will make his family his main concern, coming before his job, his friends, or even himself. In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Willy Loman is a prime example of a horrific

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    Submitted: November 17, 2009 By: Mikki
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    The American Dream is like winning the lottery. It gives a lot of people plenty of hope to attain it, but only a handful of people are rewarded. There are those who keep fighting for it all their lives but try in vain and end up empty and disheartened. The American Dream can instil both positive and negative values on people. It is not wrong to dream big, but to dream without doing anything can

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Venidikt
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    McKade Huntsman May 12, 2008 Ms. Powers class XI Death of a Salesman In Death of a Salesman, Willy Loman, father of Happ and Biff Loman and husband of Linda Loman, is living a very difficult life. He creates problems within his family, and is constantly making them worse by attempting to make them better. He wants his son Biff to be as successful as he can, but he wants to live through him, and

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    Submitted: December 13, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman is a play that has come to redefine the concept of modern tragedy. A challenge to Philip Sydney’s judgement that “tragedy concerneth the high fellow” Death of a Salesman is the tragedy of the common man of the low-man. Many critics charge that Death of a Salesman falls short of tragedy and is therefore disqualified as a “great” play. Tragedy is developed as a form of drama that incorporates incidents arousing

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    Submitted: December 29, 2009 By: Monika
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman In this play-write, it shows that Biff is the protagonist. This is because unlike Willy, Hap, and Linda, Biff goes through a great change and is transformed by the action of the play. At the very end of the play, at Willy’s funeral, Biff announces that he’s leaving New York City. This is because he is ready to move on in his life, whereas Hap is holding onto the past, like

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    Submitted: January 12, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman I started reading bookrags for Death of a Salesman and by the first two sentences knew how important actually reading the play was. Of course it is called a “summary” for a reason, but you don’t and can’t come to know the characters without dialect and conversation, and I believe that knowing the characters is a very important part of knowing a book. Not only do you get a full perception

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    Submitted: January 22, 2010 By: Bred
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Life is Unpredictable Flannery O’Connor’s short story, “A Good Man is hard to Find” is a story of a family going on a trip to Florida that concludes to a surprising ending. O’Connor was a religious Christian writer who pointed out American cultures changes. For example, violence, race relation, and class discrimination. The title “A Good Man is Hard to Find” emphasizes the plot of the short story: A journey into a family who

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    Submitted: January 24, 2010 By: Janna
  • Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman

    Death of a Salesman "If the exaltation of tragic action were truly a property of the high-bred character alone, it is inconceivable that the mass of mankind should cherish tragedy above all other forms" (Dwyer). It makes little sense that tragedy should only pertain to those in high ranks. As explained in his essay "Tragedy and the Common Man," Arthur Miller sets out the pattern for his own idea of a tragedy and the tragic

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    Submitted: January 31, 2010 By: Max
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