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"Cross My Heart" by Maureen McCarthy
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A Eulogy for Michelle This 5 page paper looks at one of the main characters in this book. The paper is in the style of a eulogy and considers the life and character of Michelle. The bibliography cites 1 source.
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"Death In Venice" And "Notes From The Underground" - Alienation
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4 pages in length. Alienation manifests itself in many forms yet the outcome is always the same: the victim is ultimately estranged from whatever it is with which he seeks association. Examining Thomas Mann's Death in Venice and Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Notes From the Underground, one can decipher several elements of social, political and economic alienation that serve to cause considerable strife in the characters' existence. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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"Death of a Salesman" and Oedipus: Stories of Two Tragic Heroes
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A 10 page overview of these two classic plays. Makes the contention that each is just as representative of the literary genre of classic tragedy as is the other. Observes that each is a different twist on one man's perception of the concepts of hope, fate, and destiny. Emphasizes that Oedipus believed that he could escape the hand of fate and create his own destiny. Willy on the other hand thought that he would ride the tide of fate to his ultimate destiny. The problems which resulted in each instance, however, was that the final outcome was very different than that which was envisioned by the hero of each tale. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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"Death of a Salesman" and Oedipus: Stories of Two Tragic Heroes
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A 10 page overview of these two classic plays. Makes the contention that each is just as representative of the literary genre of classic tragedy as is the other. Observes that each is a different twist on one man's perception of the concepts of hope, fate, and destiny. Emphasizes that Oedipus believed that he could escape the hand of fate and create his own destiny. Willy on the other hand thought that he would ride the tide of fate to his ultimate destiny. The problems which resulted in each instance, however, was that the final outcome was very different than that which was envisioned by the hero of each tale. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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"Death of a Salesman" as an Analogy for the Death of the American Dream
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This 5 page paper discusses the way in which Arthur Miller's play "Death of a Salesman" can be seen as analogous to the death of the American dream. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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