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    THE CHASM OF HATE Hatred acts as an all-consuming power that burns within a person and begs to be released. It rips the person apart from the inside out. When the final straw is eventually drawn, hate is the motive that spurs the darkest of actions. Hate stems from the desire and need for love and attention, but the inability to receive it. Thus, love can battle hate, but passion and drive must be present for either of these concepts to exist. They are simply emotions, which can be controlled

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    influenced by her hatred for “the men on the hills” Arrow says that, “On days when she doesn’t kill, she feels a loss that reveals a hostility within her that goes deeper than a lack of remorse. It’s almost a lust. She hopes that the rest of the city, hate the men on the hills for the same reason she does. Because they made her hate. They started a war, saying that the people of Sarajevo hated each other, and the people fought back, saying they didn’t, that they were a city without hatred. But then the

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    Throughout the play Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare, the Nurse and Friar Laurence played similar roles, both acting as mentors to the young couple. The hatred and tension between the Montagues and Capulets resulted in Romeo and Juliet’s marriage being kept a secret. They had no other choice then to confide their love for one another to the Nurse and Friar Laurence. Romeo and Juliet had warring parents who were not extremely involved in their everyday lives, therefore, the Nurse and

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    After slaves were freed in the Civil War, a long period of anti-racial hatred sparked against many African Americans. Major spokespeople for ending segregation included Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr. The first act of the federal government against segregation, a form of discrimination, was taken with the Civil Rights

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    The Brief Introduction to Gothic Literature The word “gothic” is once closely connected with the meaning of brutality in the early history. Thus, the corresponding literature with gothic features is deemed as a sort of literature that goes beyond the field of main trend of literature. And through a long period, the type of literature is accepted by people and step into its historic stage. The gothic literature possesses its own typical features. For instance, the horrible atmosphere

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    The book, Diary of a Dead Officer, contains the diary of a British officer and war poet in World War 1, Arthur Graeme West. In West’s diary he describes his time in the war, in which he develops an intense abhorrence to army life. West was born in 1891, enlisted into a battalion in 1915, and died in 1917. West writes down his feelings when he starts to question some of his core beliefs about patriotism, religion and the reason for war in the first place. West believes he is the smarter man in his

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    Throughout time, parents have consistently had drastic influence over their children, and still do to this day. Whether this influence is through beliefs, academics, sports, or morals, parents are the people who truly morph their children into the types of people they are for the rest of their lives. Parental influence is often seen as a central theme in plays due to how relatable the topic is to an audience, as this theme tends to affect most people in some shape or form. In West Side Story by Arthur

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    defined simply by our adherence to any particular group. We can, in fact, find ourselves on opposing ends of the spectrum with some of our closest allies. Ponyboy and Dallas are two vibrant characters, who share many common traits. United by their deep hatred of the Socs, these

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    Passion is what fuels an emotion to expand to greater feelings. It turns like into love, sad into depression, and dislike into hatred. Someone can be passionate about love or hate to the same extent. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Demetrius has multiple passions; determination (to have Hermia), hatred (for Helena), and love (for Helena). The emotions he shows all differ in reason and impact, but are fueled by the same thing; passion. In the beginning of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Demetrius has won

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    Healthy relationships allow two people to feel supported and connect to one another while also feeling equally independent and free. A healthy relationship is based on a firm foundation so that it will be long lasting. There are many things that factor into a healthy relationship in order for both people to feel that they can trust each other and support each other when challenges arise. William Shakespeare once said, “Honesty is the best policy. If I lose my honor, I lose myself.” Shakespeare was

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    Love Can Not Shed Identity “It's challenging to find an identity as a young person if you don't have the sustenance of love” Mary J. Blige In the play Romeo and Juliet identity is a timeless theme that is related to a family name and the wealth of the family and the social status of the family. Even during our present-day, family status in Canadian society is quite important especially if you are from a very) wealthy family, the last name of that family is a very powerful contributing factor to

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    Another way familial corruption is caused by the absence of fathers is portrayed by Shakespeare and Williams is through the characterization of the family members left behind. In The Glass Menagerie, Amanda Wingfield lives in the shadow of her past and is obsessed with the idea of gentlemen callers for her daughter. This concern for her daughter is rooted more in Amanda’s own interest, however, and has a detrimental effect on their relationship. “Once we analyse how Amanda manipulates maternity,

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    The musical West Side Story is without a doubt one of the most popular and memorable musicals ever to be created. The makers of the musical include composer Leonard Bernstein, lyricist Stephen Sondheim and librettist Arthur Laurents. This musical is often analyzed for being based off of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, however there are other underlying themes that should be acknowledged as well. In particular there is a constant stream of racism seen throughout the play. From Lieutenant

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    Have you ever get angry because of someone didn’t know your purpose of doing something or don’t know what you are thinking? Most of the time it happens because people didn’t put themselves in your situation and think about the pros and cons of this movement. In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird,” by Harper Lee, The main characters, Jem and Scout, who were just kids about ten years old, learn that they should “stand in other people’s shoes” and think for other people. “To Kill a Mockingbird” is a book

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    Importance Of Writing

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    The Importance of writing:Writing is in everyday life My past with writing has been jarring due to the fact that I could not read in first grade and was drastically behind. Since I could not read I had a hard time writing. I was put into after school programs and I was always on phonyx at home. Something just was not clicking. Finally, I got the hang of reading and writing but I could not understand what I was reading or writing. This became really frustrating to me because my parents and teachers

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    Shooting An Elephant The story “ Shooting An Elephant” by George Orwell is about a man who lives in Bruma as a police officer. Bruma is under British control and they are not aloud to own guns. Being a British officer, the narrator was aloud to own one at the time. The story is told in first person, as readers learn about a traumatizing experience the narrator had in his past. When the narrator heard the news about an elephant going wild and destroying most of the Burmese homes, he rushed to find

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    The Picture of Dorian Gray, one of Oscar Wilde’s masterpieces, portrays one of the most important values and principles for him: aestheticism. As a criticism to the life lived during the Victorian era in England, Wilde exposed a world of beauty a freedom in contradiction to the lack of tolerance a limitation of that era; of course inspired due to Wilde’s personal life. All the restrictions of the Victorian England lead him to a sort of anarchism against what he found to be incoherent rules, and he

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    Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, is often remembered as a love story gone wrong. Many people think of Romeo and Juliet that way mainly because the two protagonists are met with a dreadful death. Romeo and Juliet were “star-crossed lovers,” but their deaths could have been avoided if it weren't for their own costly mistakes and the mistakes of others. While some of the events that led to Romeo and Juliet’s death were inevitable, others could have been avoided if some of the

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    Ethnic Stereotypes Essay

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    WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN CREATING AND MAINTAINING ETHNIC STEREOTYPES? Introduction Media refers to “the main means of mass communication (television, radio, and newspapers) regarded collectively.” (Anon., n.d.). Ethnic stereotypes “is a system of beliefs about typical characteristics of members of a given ethnic group or nationality, their status, society and cultural norms.” (Anon., n.d.). Ethnic Stereotypes have existed since ancient history but ever since the creation of different forms

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    over for a higher position as lieutenant and gave the promotion to Cassio. Second, he thinks that Othello may have slept with his wife. He cannot prove the latter but has such a deep hatred for Othello that he does anything to cause destruction to Othello as well as the rest of the characters. He is full of hatred and evil and loves nothing more than causing pain for others.

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