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Tom, Amanda and Laura are the main characters of the play.
Laura is an important character, as is Amanda, but they are not the protagonist. Tom Wingfield is the protagonist; the story belongs to him.
"The protagonist of a literary work is the main character, who must change in some way during the course of the events, even if the change is entirely internal. Tom is clearly the protagonist of The Glass Menagerie. Although he is not heroic and will probably never triumph over his obstacles, he does take action by the end of the play."
It is, in essence, his story and tells of what he wants out of life and how he reacts to life. Tom Wingfield is the protagonist; the story belongs to
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("Friends, Romans, and countrymen … "), the setting shifts permanently from Rome to the battlefields on which Brutus and Cassius meet their inevitable defeat. Julius Caesar is also a tragedy; but despite its title, the tragic character of the play is Brutus, the noble Roman whose decision to take part in the conspiracy for the sake of freedom plunges him into a personal conflict and his country into civil war.
Literary scholars have debated for centuries about the question of who exactly is the protagonist of this play. The seemingly simple answer to this question would be Julius Caesar himself—after all, the play is named after him, and the events of the play all relate to him. However
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swear, smoke and act like the grownups they see in video games.
The protagonist does not mention his name neither do any of his friends. He is eleven and the leader of the pack. He is the one to set the agenda. He tells the other two what to do and they act upon request:
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On one hand he does not care about the consequences, which is described on page 43, last paragraph, to page 45, but on the other hand he is showing emotions and worries about what might happen. He does not really care about what will happen to Simpson, he only thinks about himself and his punishments. This is depicted with the hanging of Simpson:
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I didn't want to go on with it
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* BMW’s recent products seem to be targeted towards younger, trendy and sporty young adults given its wide range of care models which are all sedans. Only recently did it make an SUV (X5)
* It seems like BMW always starts something new, but other car brands start to imitate them and produce copycats of their marketing campaigns, seen in GoldenEye. This may cause problems if they do proceed with making more films without changing anything.
The reason behind the BMW Films was to start something new. No other competitor at the time had any short films featuring their car as a protagonist. This non-traditional advertising approach separated it from its usual traditional
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in life. Music was Sonny’s source of healing. In this paper we will examine the reasons why music meant so much for the protagonist, as we evaluate his early beginnings with music, family influence and the feeling music produced on him. But, before we answer these questions is important to have an understanding how music is figure in the story and the importance of it, in order to illustrate the feeling music had on the protagonist.
The title is the first
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Scissorands I have noticed a few things which Tim Burton does. In the movie he emphasises greatly on the protagonist, he does this by making Edward so different from all the other characters. Edwards dark clothing, pale skin and crazy hair make him easily stand out from all the other plain characters who look like each other.
Also from this movie i have noticed how Tim has made Edward reflect on how he felt when he was a child. He has given Edward scissors as hands to make him not have the ability to get close to people and makes people scared of him, this is how Tim felt as a child. He also shows how society is trying to get Edward to be the same as everybody else and to not have his unique individuality, this is what society tried to do to Tim Burton.
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Desiree’s Baby – Essay
The short story “Desiree’s Baby” is written in year 1892 and published one year later by the writer Kate Chopin.
The story mostly focuses on our main character Desiree who is the protagonist, and her relationship with her husband Armand. We’re told about how Desiree is adopted by Monsieur and Madame Valmondé. The Valmondés are wealthy Creoles, and they live in Lousiana. Desiree was found by Monsieur Valmondé in the shadow of a stone pillar near the gateway to their house. The Valmondés of course raised her, and soon enough she was courted to a man called Armand, who also is from a respected and wealthy Creole family. The couple got a child together. But the child
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was wandering through Woolworth’s without a penny to spend when he saw a small hammer that was not a toy but a real hammer, and he was possessed with a longing to have it" (Saroyan 1).
Atmosphere- The Parsley Garden has an embarrassed and shameful atmosphere. The readers feel for the protagonist, Al Condraj. After he attempts to steal the hammer but is caught he feels ashamed and flustered, "[...] He [Al Condraj] knew he had been humiliated, and he was deeply ashamed" (Saroyan 2). Al's hatred towards himself emulates our feelings and the atmosphere throughout the story.
Conflict- There are two main conflicts in The Parsley Garden. One involves Al Condraj and the two shopkeepers while
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In the first 2 acts of Dr Faustus, Marlowe makes it clear that Faustus is very academically smart as he talks a lot about logic
and all of the things he can do. He reads "to dispute well logics chiefest end" he says, "affords this art no greater miracle?" He has mastered
this art and achieved his goals already. He even decides that medicine is not good enough as he has no power over life and death. He the turns to necromancy and decides that he wants to be more than a mortal "yet art thou still but Faustus and a man." Marlowe is pushing boundaries by making the protagonist want to do Gods work, to be above him, by raising the dead. The audience may view Faustus as the villain as he turns
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NATUREVIEW FARM CASE
SUBMITTED BY: UNNIKRISHNAN V
1. Organization: Natureview farm, Inc.
Protagonist : Walter Bellini, Vice president of sales.
Jack Gottlieb, vice president of operations
Kelly Riley, the assistant marketing director
2. The strategic marketing dimensions to the company’s situation :
* Growing revenue of the firm from current value by the end of 2001 fiscal year to avoid cash out.
* Expanding the market share.
3. What is the significance of the problem to the subject?
* Strengths: Major and trusted brand in natural foods, Product Quality, Strong relationships in natural food
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In the short story, "By the River", by Jack Hodgins the protagonist: Crystal Styan is a woman who is hopeful, kind, and naive. Hodgins begins the story by presenting Crystal as a rather unattractive woman who lives in the middle of nowhere. He describes her as "she know that she isn't even a little pretty". At first glance she is not an attractive or pretty woman and she is hopeful and naive in the extreme.
When readers first picture Crystal Styan, she is an unattractive woman who lives in the woods all alone with her husband. Later on, we learn her husband had left six months ago and never came back. Mrs. Styan has a hopeful heart because she has not seemed to give up hope that
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“Letter from the Understudy”
The price for fame, attention and recognition can be high – and yet so many people around the world, want to achieve it. At times, the aim for these achievements can result in horrible situations that might end up hurting more people than you thought. In the short story “Letter from the Understudy”, by the famous British writer Katryn Simmonds, the protagonist draws to psychotic measures to keep up with his fellow actor on his journey to fame. This essay will analyze and interpret the narrative technique, the many references to Shakespeare and his works and a characterization of the protagonist, Gavin.
The short story’s protagonist is Gavin Pollard who lives
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therefore considered safe and convenient to share stuffs in the virtual media. People can express their likes, dislikes and opinions faster and can effectively exercise their Right to expression. It is used by politicians for campaigning and informing people about their agendas. It can be used by commoners to express their agreement, contempt, pity for anything that is happening in the world. The addiction towards internet and the zeal to write has also added to its prevalence. It has become a favourite hobby for people and it provides a sense of satisfaction to the people. For instance , in the movie Julie and Julia, the protagonist takes up blogging to share her cooking recipes with the
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dreams, aspirations and answers found in myths. Humanity as a whole has similar dreams, aspirations, experiences and problems. Every human wishes to be prosperous, healthy, loved and confident. When we understand the power archetypes have, we can use it along with other aspects of mythic and archetypal criticism to understand our own heroic journey by observing the journey of our protagonist in Peter Handke’s Die Linkshändige Frau.
A common archetype experienced in myth is that of the hero’s journey. During such an archetype, we follow a protagonist as they embark on a journey to obtain or attain something and eventually return home to share their knowledge or wealth with those he or she
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Say something im giving up on you
In the compelling novel, Persepolis, written by Marjane Satrapi, the protagonist, Marji has a personal relationship with God. Throughout the novel so far, God has left as well as come back to Marji as a result of certain actions on Marji’s side. After God returns to Marji on page 25 frame 8, he is not displayed in any frames for a great span of time. He takes no presence in the storyline and has no underlying significance, yet, what I find intriguing is the fact that God is again seen on page 53 frame 9, after this long absence. His sudden appearance made me ponder, why is God seen in this frame? Why did he return and what significance does that have to
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Discovery inhibits the ability to embrace new beginnings and accept a sense of change whether it is found or forced upon an individual. The places you travel and the people you meet can emotionally revolutionize a self-discovery through unexpected but anticipated terms evoked from curiosity. ‘Swallow The Air’ written by Tara June Winch and ‘The Thing Around Your Neck’ written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie break the inhibitions of vulnerability, as their ideas represented through cultural contexts and values, lead to an overall self-discovery.
Tara June Winch’s ‘Swallow The Air’, explores the idea of vulnerability as a barrier to self-discovery. The protagonist, May
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Children’s books often depict gender stereotypes, reinforcing in children from a young age the expected or accepted roles for men and women in society. For this project, I chose chosen two children’s books’ one with a female protagonist and one with a male protagonist that reinforce gender stereotypes. These male and female characters while amiable and relatable can be skew children’s view on their own and the opposite sex and limit their perspectives leading them to believe that they must display certain traits of the characters in the books they read in order to fit into society’s standards.
The first book I chose is Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. Amelia is a female
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Reading Response to "The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger
Dear Mr. /Mrs.
I have read the book ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ that expresses its content in a total of 214 pages. The book, authored by J. D. Salinger, represents the coming-of-age genre which compares to the traditional period literature such as Mark Twain’s ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” Indeed, the two texts tend to feature naïve and adolescent runaways as the spectators. Also, they both comment on the problems that existed in their timelines. This reading response seeks to explore the question of freedom and independence as portrayed in the book. "The Catcher in the Rye" begins with the protagonist directly
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Fly Away Home
She is the main protagonist of the story. She is involved in a car accident with her mother, which results in her mother’s death. Due to her mother’s death, she now lives with her father who is an inventor. She finds it difficult to adjust with her father’s traits. She is considered as an imprint mother of a group of baby geese.
He is the second protagonist of the story. After the death of Amy’s mother, he is the one taking care of her. He is also an inventor and an artist. He invented all kinds of objects including the ultralight glider they used in the story. He proposed the plan to guide the bird’s migration route to the bird
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For other uses, see Fiction (disambiguation).
An illustration from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, depicting the fictional protagonist, Alice, playing afantastical game of croquet.
Fiction is the form of any narrative or informative work that deals, in part or in whole, with information or events that are not factual, but rather, imaginary—that is, invented by the author. Although fiction describes a major branch of literary work, it may also refer to theatrical, cinematic or musical work. Fiction contrasts with non-fiction, which deals exclusively with factual (or, at least, assumed factual) events, descriptions, observations, etc. (e.g.,biographies, histories
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One point of similarity between these two texts, which works on the level of plot and theme, is a walk through a proverbial wilderness wherein the protagonist suffers, discovers truths about himself, and ultimately is humbled by his experiences.
Holden Caulfield takes a three day journey through New York City, fending for himself and suffering from an exposure to both nature and society. King Lear follows a very similar course in the play as he wanders the wilderness suffering the abuses of both storm and man.
The suffering undertaken by both Holden and Lear can be related to identity. Each character leaves the place(s) and people that offer him a sense of fixed identity. In doing so
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James Joyce's Araby
In James Joyce's short story "Araby," several different micro-cosms are
evident. The story demonstrates adolescence, maturity, and public life in Dublin
at that time. As the reader, you learn how this city has grown to destroy this
young boy's life and hopes, and create the person that he is as a narrator.
In "Araby," the "mature narrator and not the naive boy is the story's
protagonist."(Coulthard) Throughout the story this is easily shown, especially
when it refers to "the hour when the Christian Brothers' school set the boys
free."(Joyce 2112) Although they were freed, they were placed into an "equally
grim world, where not even
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pertaining to the physical and mental privacy needed for women. A Room of Ones Own, for instance, clearly establishes a link between female creativity and physical privacy. In fact, Woolf directly states that without a private room, a woman cannot effectively engage in the mental task of writing (Woolf 52). Gilmans The Yellow Wallpaper presents a similar argument about mental privacy by depicting a protagonist whose mental functioning is handicapped by an abrasive, belittling male character, to the point that she loses sanity. Even as recently as the late twentieth century, feminist authors such as Adrienne Rich have depicted patriarchal beliefs as invasions of the female mind and a means of
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Protagonist who is a small, quick man with well defined features
Bright enough to know he isn’t especially intelligent
Migrant worker who dreams of one day buying his own place and becoming his own boss
Lennie is his only hindrance
Most of his energy is devoted to Lennie , which shows a kind and caring side to George which can be verbally aggressive at times.
Personality which reflects both anger and understanding
The brains and the thinker of the pair
Gives Lennie advice and belief in future re Ranch
Rational and thoughtful
Companion, friend and conscientious minder of Lennie
He would be lonely without Lennie
Foresees a practical dream
Independent ,has a duty
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Mrs. Elizabeth Bates and the accidental death of her husband, Walter Bates. The story goes on telling about a Nottinghamshire coal miner's wife, a young mother, waiting for her abusive husband Walter Bates to come home. She blames his drinking for his absence. It turns out he has been killed in a pit accident. Laying out his corpse, after it is brought home from the mine, makes her realize they never really knew each other. Upon the discovery that her husband has died, the protagonist, Elizabeth Bates, is able to remain astonishingly calm and collected, especially in front of her children. In contrast, Walter's mother, the old woman, who lives near the young couple and their children
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“A Rose for Emily” Plot/Structure
The plot of “A Rose for Emily” separates from the structure of most short stories by not following the typical chronological order. William Faulkner uses flashbacks to give a better understanding of the external conflict between the protagonist, Miss Emily, and society. The nonlinear plot structure of “A Rose for Emily” creates a different way of comprehending the narrative by keeping the true nature of Miss Emily questionable.
Faulkner begins the first section in present time, giving a recap of Emily’s life as the local townspeople attend her funeral. The funeral is being held at her home, which no one had
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The 2011 The Help, an adaptation of a 2009 book of the same name, was one of the most acclaimed movies of the film season. It was nominated for many industry awards, including Academy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild awards. The Help is based off the relationship of a white female journalist and two black maids in Jackson, Mississippi during the 1960’s. Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan is the main protagonist. As a “home help” columnist for the Jackson Journal, she interviews Aibileen Clark (the second protagonist) for some remedial advice. Ms. Clark worked for Ms. Leefolt, who had a daughter Mae Maubly whom she adored. These interviews eventually evolve into journals about Aibileen’s life as
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element in story telling; as Annenberg Learner (2013), explains, the [setting] “is the crossroads of circumstance, the proving ground of What happened? Who’s there? Who’s coming?” (par.1). In essence, the setting described in this story helps the reader ultimately piece together the underlying idea of what the author is trying to portray.
As the story unfolds, we begin to understand the protagonist is on a solitary journey. Initially, the journey feels as if the woman is visiting a place from her childhood, she reflects on her past, as if he were going down memory lane. However, the symbolism used helped convey the overall theme in extraordinary ways. For example, the first paragraph
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Sandy and her beautiful sisters
* A modern fairy tale analysis
Sandy and her beautiful sisters, is the title of an English short story by Antonia Fraser, which centres on the life of the protagonist sandy. Throughout the story we experience Sandy’s journey from a static character with a monotonous and unhappy life to a more dynamic and happy character.
The story is a modern fairy tale with a lot of similarities with the classic fairytale Cinderella, but with a more different vision on gender roles. Some of the aspects of sandy and her beautiful sisters that characterizes it; Are for example the catch phrase - once upon a time... which often are to be find within fairy tales
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to a professor who is strict and grouch; thank him because he is doing it for you. Another blessing is the knowledge you learned to your professors and friend. Everyday there is something new you’ll learn not just mentally, physically but also emotionally. Friends give you advises when you’re down or depressed, they are always at your back when you have problem. Knowledge from them will help make you happy or delighted.
Every movie there is an antagonist and protagonist; as well as life, you are the protagonist because you write your story and your enemy or foe is the antagonist. Opposite of the definition of friends, they make you mad and you are not comfortable with them. They make your
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‘mademoiselle Julie,’ a member of staff who worked for the Flaubert family for many years. Dumesnil also claims it’s a possibility that the two children Paul and Virginie were based on Flaubert himself as a child and his sister Caroline. Like Virginie in ‘Un Coeur Simple,’ Caroline died quite young.
It is clear just by looking at the protagonist in this book that it is a realist text. Throughout, Félicité is described and treated by other characters as simple, almost stupid. It would be rare to find the main protagonist to be anything other than perfect in another genre of writing, but Flaubert clearly makes his protagonist quite normal and with certain flaws, again to give the book the sense of
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the marriage she changed. We were able to learn about Mrs. Wright character thanks to Mrs. Hale description. Point of view is another element of fiction and it is the narrative point of view or how the story is told and even more in detail who tells the story. There are two types of point of view and each of those has two sub categories. The first one is first person point of view, which means that the story is told by a character within the story and that character uses the first person pronoun, I. The two subcategories are first person protagonist and first person observer. First person protagonist means the narrator is the main character. An example of first person protagonist can be
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Making an Opportunity
Helen Keller once said “life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all”. This is a very accurate statement, taking risks is a part of life as people go from day to day. If a person doesn’t make the best of life everyday, things just drag on and never seem to end. Those that take gambles and excite themselves in new and spontaneous ways are the only ones that can hope to break away from this. Many people tend to avoid risks and believe that risk taking is something they should not do merely because it could end with negative consequences; consequences that are almost always exaggerated a great deal. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the protagonist Macbeth made many
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In Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha, the audience follows a young man on his journey to find true enlightenment. Through numerous teachers and many life experiences, the stories main protagonist, Siddhartha, ends the story realizing that true enlightenment is found within one’s self rather than taught from a teacher. Hesse develops his story of a man’s search for himself through the use of symbolism, allegory, and his own personal bias.
Throughout the story of Siddhartha, many symbols are mentioned to the reader and hold a deeper meaning. For example, in chapter seven, Hesse uses a songbird to symbolize Siddhartha’s life. The bird is mentioned during a dream, in which Siddhartha had been living
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Holden Caulfield is the protagonist in the novel the Catcher in the Rye. The 16 year old boy writes of his journey through a personal period in his life. He is alone and desperate for relationships. He feels as if everyone despises him and he fears the idea of growing up and becoming a “phony.” He is also afraid of death, mainly because of his experience with the death of his little brother Allie. Through his journey he goes from a lonely secluded boy who has nothing figured out to a young adult who has learned to accept others and has a small chance of hope in life.
Holden thinks of himself as a sophisticated person who sees and understands all around him, but his not. Really he is just
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structured. The HBS team even met the unions and studied how they were a part of the change in work ethos.
At the end of the fact-finding visit, HBS is still working out how the case study should be presented to its students. IHL could be seen as either an example of organisational transformation, or how to create global managers by changing the work ethos or studying key dimensions of cultural change. When the case study is finally presented, HBS would like to include a Taj protagonist to take part in the discussions.
The Taj Hotel with 15,000 people provided an ideal opportunity for HBS to study the people dimension in a service industry in West Asia, says Martyris. "The challenges here lay
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, victory gin, victory cigarettes ,etc., to create an illusion that they are winning and they are better than the outside world.
Moreover, the thing that makes 1984 a dystopian novel is the restriction on having an independent thought. In Oceania, it was obviously illegal to go against the Big Brother but It was also illegal to even have a disbelief in the Big Brother. Any thought other than the party’s concept is classified as “thoughtcrime”. The research department creates “newspeak” to narrow the freedom of thought to make the thoughtcrime literally impossible.
In conclusion, Winston Smith, the protagonist of the story feels trapped because he is being surveyed at all times and he has no freedom of any kind. Since Winston is in charge of destroying the records in the records department, he seems to have some Ideas of propaganda which made him question the existing political systems. He then decides to start a diary as a first real act of rebellion against the government.
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of the protagonist.
With the ability to see the world with a pair of fresh eyes, it triggers the reader to reflect upon their own lives. Reading a material that is relatable to the reader may teach them morals and encourage them to practice good judgement. This can be proven through public school systems, where the books that are emphasized the most tend to have a moral-teaching purpose behind the story. An example would be William Shakespeare’s stories, where each one is meant to be reflective of human nature – both the good and bad. Consequently, this can promote better judgement of situations, so the reader does not find themselves in the same circumstances as perhaps those in the
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factors comparing the novel and the film series will show just how far the films have diverged from the initial creative ideas of the author as time goes on.
The first Hollywood film inspired by La planète des singes is the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed 1968 Planet of the Apes. In this version, our hero George Taylor (played by the iconic Charlton Heston) and his American crewmates wake up two millennia in the future after their spaceship crash-lands on an "unknown" planet. This crew is very different from the quintessentially French space adventurers of the novel. The protagonist is not Ulysse Mérou the journalist, but instead the handsome, strong and charismatic astronaut George
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children. Being against oppression Chopin chose to write about these issues through fiction, expressing real women.
Kate Chopin is considered by some as a pioneer for feminist authors of the 20th century. Many of her short stories share the same theme of female oppression and independence, as well as freedom from the oppression. They are trying to find a way out of the oppression placed on them by their husbands and use immoral ways to find freedom. In her stories the protagonists really do love their husband, although some commit adultery or fantasize about an affair. In some way the protagonist is finding a way to exult their freedom. The recurring themes are seen in the following
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learn about, grow within, and change their worlds -- or be held responsible fornot doing these things.
7. One last thing: realist works are generally plot driven, even if only subtly. This means they pivot around conflicts we as readers want to see resolved. A realist work, then, will typically have at least one protagonist (a main character -- not necessarily a likeable person or a "hero") and one antagonist (another character or a force that will try to prevent the protagonist from getting what s/he wants), and readers will wait to see, as they watch a sequence of increasingly dramatic events, which of them prevails. This is how any standard story works, but it's important to note that realism does these things, too, because the modernist stuff we'll look at later often refuses plot, going in for a more fragmented or "stream of consciousness" style instead.
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The Story of Hamlet in Hamlet
Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet has one outstanding character, namely the protagonist Hamlet. His character is so complex that this essay will scarcely present an adequate portrayal of his character.
John Russell Brown in “Soliloquies and Other Wordplay Let the Audience Share Some of Hamlet’s Thoughts” explains the interplay of dialogue, soliloquies and narrative in Hamlet’s role:
By any reckoning Hamlet is one of the most complex of Shakespeare’s characters, and a series of soliloquies is only one of the means which encourage the audience to enter imaginatively into his very personal and frightening predicament. The play’s
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Duties and Consequences
This paper was written for Philosophy - Ethics, taught by Instructor Mulberry.
Duties and Consequences
The motion picture Casablanca from 1942, is a romantic drama movie that portrays people and scenarios in the midst of World War II background in Casablanca, Morocco. The lead protagonist, an American expatriate Rick Blaine, owns a nightclub Café Americian in Casablanca and in the movie must choose between his love interest or helping his love interest’s husband, a renowned leader of Czech Resistance movement, in fighting against the Nazi occupation in the Czech Republic. While Rick appears
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have sex with Celie more than her.
Walker uses this unique protagonist to comment on the racism, sexism, and abuse of women who was so prevalent in the early 1900s. Walker used Celie’s inner monologue (in the form of letters to God and her sister Nettie) to convey the overarching message of the novel; the power of finding that inner voice that leads to freedom from the oppression of society’s expectations. The plot takes place over a 30-year period in the reconstruction South of Georgia. They live in a rural farm community and were a hotbed of activity for civil rights and suffrage.
This book was written from the other side of racism, from the victim’s point of view forcing the reader
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street of wishful sweet and spices.
III. Character analysis
* Nenita- She is a protagonist. She is a flat character. She works to get her mother’s love. She is a twelve years old child.
* Marina- She is a flat character. Mother of 7 children including Nenita. Wife of Gable.
* Gable- He is a flat character. Father of 7 children. Husband of Marina.
* Gable Junior- He is a flat character. 2nd child of Marina and Gable who is 11 years old.
* Claro- He is a flat character.Nenita’s sibling.
* Nilo- He is a flat character. Nenita’s sibling.
* Lydia- She is a flat character. Nenita’s sibling.
* Elvis- He is a flat character. Nenita’s sibling.
* Ralph and Violeta
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Reasons for Leaving the Homeland
A multitude of individuals from various countries around the world have made the difficult choice of immigrating to the United States illegally. Some come to the United States hoping for a better paying job, a better education, or better health care. Immigrants would have the ability to give themselves and their children a better education than they could get from their own countries. Many immigrants are tired of getting paid less when they can go to the United States to earn a better wage. In the homeland of immigrants, they have poor health care compared to the United States. Similarly, the protagonist Lourdes, from the novel Enrique’s Journey by Sonia
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operation Nick cannot endure this sight: he don’t like to be an interne. Suddenly, Nick's father sees that the women’s husband cut his throat. Father takes away the child. Nick asks a lot of questions about this death. Finally, he thinks that he is sure that he will never die.
Throughout the story, we meet some characters: Nick, his father, Uncle George, Indians, old woman, Indian woman and her husband. There are some key-phrases introduced by the author. They help us to understand better relationships and personality of characters. There aren’t much of descriptions of appearance; we do the conclusions with the help of dialogs and characters’ actions.
In my opinion, Nick is a protagonist
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a completely sane individual from the rest of the committed individuals. Each participant was diagnosed as a recovering schizophrenic and given medication and rules to live by while institutionalized. The “psuedopatients” were treated just like the real patients despite emitting many clues that they were completely sane.
An alike story is that of “The One Who Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. Mac, our protagonist, was a person being “passed-along” (going from jail to jail) and ended up in a mental ward by choice of those in the court system. Mac generated all kinds of trouble in the hospital by attempting to give the deviants power, causing havoc on purpose, and asking questions. He managed to
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Note: Billy Pilgrim, the novel’s protagonist, has become “unstuck in time.” He travels between periods of his life, unable to control which period he lands in. As a result, the narrative is not chronological or linear. Instead, it jumps back and forth in time and place. The novel is struc-tured in small sections, each several paragraphs long, that describe various moments of his life.
Billy Pilgrim is born in 1922 and grows up in Ilium, New York. A funny-looking, weak youth, he does reasonably well in high school, enrolls in night classes at the Ilium School of Optometry, and is drafted into the army during World War II. He trains as a chaplain’s assistant in South
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Freedom Writers: A Message of Hope
According to Joseph Campbell, a scholar of mythology states that, a hero is one who hero gives his or her life to something bigger than him or herself, to some higher end not to mention also the hero undergoes trials and tests to see if he or she has the courage, the knowledge and the capacity to survive. To explain what this means I will use the protagonist Erin Gruwell (starring Hilary Swank), in the 2007 drama film, Freedom Writers, directed and written by Richard LaGravenese, It is based on the book The Freedom Writers Diary by Erin Gruwell (teacher by profession) who wrote the story based on Woodrow Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach