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Anglo Saxons

.... protagonists. As in Celtic saga, representation of gender roles in Old English narrative may seem quite strange to a modern reader. In ....

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Art in the Modern World

.... Beaux Arts" and "The Hunchback in the Park" , characteristics of each man"tms slanted view of how art can exist in the modern era leap at the reader, the most ....

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EVERYMAN

.... Therefore, a modern reader may consider Everyman to be a boring play, since it is simplistic, repetitious and predictable, but at the same time its plot is ....

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women in hamlet

.... A modern reader may be frustrated with the weakness of Ophelia and Gertrude, and not fully understand their isolation and oppression. ....

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Soliloquy of the Spanish Clois

.... listener (Sorce 2); applying these three principles of the dramatic monologue to "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" can help the modern reader understand the ....

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Thoreau’s Biography What distinct character trait emerges ...

Perhaps the most attractive aspect about the life of Henry David Thoreau to a modern reader is the fact that the man actually lived the type of life and ....

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BEOWULF- MONSTROSITY

.... In this particular scene, it is so easy for a modern reader to fathom the depth of her grief: On a height they kindled the hugest of all funeral fires; fumes ....

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Whitman Versus Frost: Structure of Modern Poetry

Whitman Versus Frost: Structure of Modern Poetry. .... This enhances the ease of reading the poem, with the strong rhythm drawing the reader into the poem. ....

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Oedipus the King

.... Once the chorus had taken placed on the stage its job was to engaged in dialogue with characters through its leader he modern reader of Greek Tragedy finds it ....

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Escapism in Modern Literature

Escapism in Modern Literature. .... Many view him as "the boy next door" . When Bateman was told this he says to the reader "No I"tmm not. ....

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Cynicism in Modern Literature

Cynicism in Modern Literature. .... These are people who the reader would consider normal. "Ernie's a big fat collared guy that plays the piano. ....

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jane eyre

.... A modern reader would not be shocked at the treatment of the students or the quality of the institution because they are used to seeing violence everyday on ....

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Great Gatsby Narration

.... To a modern reader, this creates a void in the historical representation, as a twenty first century reader wishes not only to here from the perspective of a ....

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Relevance of 18th Century Literature

.... The greatest literature from that period forms part of the literary canon, and it is that canon which is essential to the knowledge of any modern reader. ....

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Odyssey

.... From the earliest Greek society to today's modern reader, Odysseus is ever popular for the heroism he displayed in his adventures, while still experiencing the ....

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Gawain

.... A modern reader of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight should gain an understanding of what death meant within the cultural milieu, which surrounded the Gawain ....

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Plato

.... emotions. The modern reader commonly interprets Plato's expulsion of poets as an attack on the emotional part of are being. However ....

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Greek tragedy and heroes

.... to the very different social standards of ancient Greece but, since modern society shares so many ideals with Greek culture, the modern reader can still ....

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odyssey2

.... From the earliest Greek society to today's modern reader, Odysseus is ever popular for the heroism he displayed in his adventures, while still experiencing the ....

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Shylock

.... This appalling incident is the marking point that sensitized the modern reader to Jewish sufferings. Thus, in the eyes of the modern ....

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Twelfth Night

.... The usage is not always clear to the modern reader but is easily understood with sufficient knowledge of the literary styles of the period in which Shakespeare ....

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Fordism and Taylorism were specifically modern modes of organising ...

.... Gramsci, Antonio, Prison Notebooks, 1929-32, in Course Reader. Simmel, Georg, The Metropolis and Modern Life, 1903, in Course Reader. ....

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Middle Ages in ARt and Literature

.... These are odd figures to the modern reader not only because these roles are no longer part of the Catholic church but also because they have so much power. ....

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Sir Gawain's Fault in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"

.... A modern reader of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight should gain an understanding of what death means within the "cultural milieu" which surrounded the Gawain ....

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Erotic art is not simply a modern means of sexual expression

Erotic art is not simply a modern means of sexual expression. .... The first depicts the women looking straight at the reader, offering herself to him. ....

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Modern Poetry

.... that poetry, like most other things is simply moving with the times, constantly adapting to the modern audience. Poetry should present the reader with a message ....

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Is ‘Frankenstein’ Anything More Than A Horror Story?

.... If the modern reader; accustomed to horror films and special "˜extra gory"tm effects still feels disgust, the reader of Shelley"tms own time must have been ....

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The Iliad

The Iliad. A modern reader"tms response to "The Iliad"tms" Status of women "The Iliad" is a story of courage and war. Two friends ....

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Racism in Heart of Darkness

.... However, the modern reader is taken aback by the reference to the Africans as "wild Eand creating an "uproar E These animal-like metaphors dehumanise the black ....

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Postmodernism: Pop or Genre

.... Friedrich"tms definition implies that Postmodernism is undefinable, and today is applied to anything a Modern reader happens to like. ....

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