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The Story of Captain Corelli

.... we are more likely to grow a sympathy towards him .... mood and time shifts and the reader is presented to an important figure of Modern History: Mussolini ....

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True History of the Kelly Gang

.... governed with an iron hand and little sympathy for the .... and while this is common in modern society, Carey .... realized characters, and will take the reader back in ....

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Textual Analysis of the article Killing Monsters

.... the pronoun "we" serves to unite writer with reader, engendering sympathy and promoting .... also appeals to readers' fears by stating "modern kids are ....

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Behind A Convict's Eyes, Behind Prison Walls in a Modern American ...

.... There is a great deal of debate about how modern prisons are too .... not seem to be an overall ideological project designed to sway the reader's sympathy one way ....

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John Milton: About the Author

.... Some modern analysts feel that Milton tried to draw .... Milton continues this approach to draw sympathy towards the .... three volumes by making the reader focus on the ....

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The Killer Angels

.... perspectives might be jarring to a modern viewer, as .... Shaara thus asks the reader to understand although not .... book seem to border on sympathy, perhaps because ....

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Lost Opportunities

.... When the reader reads these lines he feels sympathy for the father and .... The reader has to think about how other people around him express .... Modern American Poetry ....

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In the play sympathy is not di

.... Marlene is presented forward as the modern lady, the women who has .... throughout the whole play that does not draw much sympathy from a reader or audience ....

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Assisi critical analysis

.... It illustrates to the reader how the poor and needy are ignored by the modern day church .... dehumanises the beggar and there appears to be no sympathy in the ....

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Shakespeare

.... obligation. These are all themes that can be related to the modern world. .... throne. The reader has automatic sympathy for the character. This ....

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HD’s Modernist Eurydice

.... contrast, HD's speaker arouses sympathy for Eurydice .... places significant demands on her reader to understand .... perfect exemplification of what Modern poetry should ....

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poetry

.... experiences is not uncommon, especially in our modern world of .... possible she is conveying to the reader that her .... the entire poem due to the sympathy it solicits ....

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The Definitive Tragedies -- Wuthering Heights and Tess of the D' ...

.... Da€™Urbervilles and The Mayor of Casterbridge modern tragedies. .... tragedies evoke the same feelings of sympathy, fear, and pity in the reader, bridging a ....

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The Catcher in the Rye

.... of writing an essay which included, " ...Modern science would .... The reader would know shortly after starting the .... contradicted himself, had no sympathy for others ....

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Charles Dickens

.... He isn't looking for the readers' sympathy. .... Whether the reader believes that the novel is about its .... Western civilization are drifting out of modern life and ....

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an investigation into the structure of gogol

.... "The function of sympathy is primarily .... told objectively." This objectivity further allows the reader to become .... create one common leitmotif in modern literature ....

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Great Expectations3

.... He isn't looking for the readers' sympathy. .... Whether the reader believes that the novel is about its .... Western civilization are drifting out of modern life and ....

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Shylock

.... Besides his alienation from the Christian society, Shylock draws sympathy from the modern reader through Jessica's betrayal. With ....

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Frankenstein the novel and the film

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Myth for Modern Man How can we think of Frankenstein .... In the novel the reader's sympathy shifts for the monster when he confronts ....

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erstwhile

.... of the modern dysfunctional family, and then stating the thesis at .... about the ideas he presented the reader with. .... lifestyle as a child, we gain sympathy for the ....

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.... of the modern dysfunctional family, and then stating the thesis at .... about the ideas he presented the reader with. .... lifestyle as a child, we gain sympathy for the ....

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Trial of Madame Caillaux

.... through real life situations where a modern twenty-first .... a way that does not inhibit the reader from enjoying .... Henriette Caillaux by gaining "the sympathy of a ....

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Thai art of John Updike's "A&P"

.... all sympathy; and it is this sympathy, conveying into .... to Pater's aestheticism enables the reader to see a romantic sensibility becoming modern by arriving ....

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The Draw of Satan:ParadiseLost

.... of advocation to the fallen angels, induces the reader's sympathy. .... Milton was envoking more modern sediments that did .... this inticement for the reader similar to ....

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A Rose for Emily

.... memories, that leads the reader to feel sympathy for Miss .... any, does this story have for modern society .... topical text because besides approaching the reader to an ....

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The Force of Circumstance

The Force of Circumstance Question: In what ways is this story dated? Does it still retain the interest and sympathy of the modern day reader, and if so, how? ....

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Revenge Tragedy Essay

.... would find little acceptance among a modern audience. .... Just as our sympathy for Medea is tempered by .... various interpretations approachable to a reader shape the ....

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Is ‘Frankenstein’ Anything More Than A Horror Story?

.... which are often taboo, even in modern society .... create increasing suspense, especially if the reader does not .... at the death of William, and plead for our sympathy? ....

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Various Questions on Frankenstein

.... of emotion on all parts, from feelings of sympathy to intense .... in his 'science' by giving the reader two such .... of one of the cornerstones of modern culture: film ....

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Compare/contrast ‘On The Black Hill’ with ‘Long Distance’

.... Distance' and angry, but there is a need/wanting of sympathy. .... about 'JFK' by doing this it helps to reader to see that it is a fairly modern time, even ....

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