Omni-ID Essays

  • Character Analysis Of Hester Prynne

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    “The Lord our God is merciful and forgiving, even though we have rebelled against him”, Daniel 9:9. In the Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne portrays Hester Prynne as a kind, strong, and humble character. Although as Hester sins, this does not define her as a person or take away from her value as a person. Hester is a humble person throughout the entire book because she is always caring nice and honest. As Hester is appointed for adultery and admits to it, she is completely honest and doesn’t lie

  • The Doppelganger In Frankenstein

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    Defined by Frederick S. Frank as ‘a second self or alternate identity, sometimes, but not always, a physical twin’, the doppelganger, or the double, has been a recurring theme in literature for centuries (1987:435). The themes that occur in literature tend to reflect the interests and attitudes of the society and time period from which they originate, and whilst the popularity of the doppelganger motif has remained constant over the past few centuries, the depiction and interpretation of doubles

  • Tom And George Wilson In The Great Gatsby

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    In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, there are many important characters, some alike and some different. Two characters who are both different and alike at the same time are Tom Buchanan and George Wilson. Fitzgerald gives the reader a lot of information about how Tom and George are very different from each other. One can interpret many different things that Fitzgerald may be trying to convey about the nature of men. Based on how he portrays Tom and George’s actions it helps to show

  • Interpersonal Theory In A Doll's House

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    Harry Sullivan’s Theory of Interpersonal Relations in Characterizing Nora’s Personality in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll's House Dr. Abdullah H. Kurraz Department of English Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Al-Azhar University – Gaza. Palestine e-mail: abdhk99@yahoo.com Abstract This paper sheds light on the psychological aspects of the character of Nora in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll's House in the light of Harry Sullivan’s theory of interpersonal relations, which focuses on human relationships and their role

  • Sigmund Freud's Psychosexual Theory Of Development

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    the last part of the essay will be evaluating the critics of both theories by comparing. Sigmund Freud developed his theory on five psychosexual stages. He even believed that the human personality consisted of three interworking part. They are the id, the ego and the superego. According to his theory these three parts become are very much lined to each other while they work through

  • Emotional Processing Theory (EPT)

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    The theoretical perspective behind Prolonged Exposure is the Emotional Processing Theory (EPT) that originated from the psychological fundamentals of classical conditioning (Ougrin, 2011). EPT was developed in 1986 by Michael J. Kozak and Edna B. Foa to cure anxiety disorder. Foa later used EPT to introduce Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD. According to this theory, PTSD symptoms develop and get worse over time because patients cognitively and behaviorally avoid any situations, thoughts, or reminders

  • Conformity And Individuality In Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451

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    Jacob Irish Irish 1 Ms. Matthews HSE 3: Period 5 3 November 2014 Conformity versus Individuality “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment” (Ralph Waldo Emerson). Conformity and equality may seem desirable at first; however, it actually takes away one’s individuality. Ray Bradbury warned about this in his novel Fahrenheit 451. His novel takes place in a futuristic

  • The White Tiger Essay

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    Plagiarism report Grammar report Re-check this text Upload fileProtect your text INTRODUCTION: The writer Arvind Adiga is an Indian born journalist and a native of Chennai (then called Madras). The white tiger tells us about the story of Balram Halwai who is a poor boy and who uses his wit and murder to transform himself into a successful entrepreneur. The book won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for friction in 2008. Born in the dark heart of India, he gets a break when the wealthiest man in his

  • Aestheticism In Oscar Wilde's The Dorian Gray Or Salome

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    Oscar Wilde was an advocator and practitioner of artistic aestheticism, insisting that art should not be related with morality. He exerted every effort to write according to his aesthetic principles. Characters in his works are all transcendence over ethical reality, whether characters in his fairy tales such as the happy prince, the nightingale, the giant, the fisherman or Dorian in his novel The Dorian Gray or Salome in his drama Salome. The Victorian Era is an era full of contradictions and

  • The Lion And The Prince In Machiavelli's The Prince

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    In Machiavelli’s The Prince, Machiavelli explains to Lorenzo De Medici that a ruler must have the characteristics of a lion or a fox, and must be willing to break their word when it suits their purpose in order to be effective. I believe that Machiavelli is correct, a leader must be beast-like to be effective, and willing to break their word for the greater good. In the next few paragraphs I will discuss how a Prince must have traits that resemble a lion in order to be effective. Then I will relate

  • Tell Tale Heart Madman Analysis

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    Calculated killer or delusional madman? In the story, the “Tell-Tale-Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, the main character (a man) wants to kill an old man because of his blue vulture’s eye, which he assumes is evil. Throughout the story, the murderer denies his madness, saying that is simply because of his “sharpened” senses that he hears things in both heaven and hell. The story takes place in an old man’s room, and, little by little, the main character leads the reader through his calculated scheme to

  • John Bowlby Theory Of Permissive Parenting

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    Styles of parenting investigated for many years and it is considered important predictors of the child and adolescents development (Weber, Selig, Bernardi, & Salvador, 2006). Those styles of parenting are the set of behaviors that parents used for the socialization process in different cultures (Kobarg, Vieira, & Vieira, 2010). John Bowlby was concerned with finding the nature, implication and utility of a child’s connection to his parent (Bowlby, 1982). The theory had clinical observations of childre

  • Examples Of Psychological Resistance In A. S Byatt's Possession

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    Psychological Resistance In more detail, A.S Byatt’s Possession is redolent of certain aspects of Freudian psychology, more specifically, repression. In this novel the reader becomes aware of the undertakings of the main character Roland Mitchell not only because of growing up in a society filled with a “ pretty blank day” but because of growing up in the hands of a drunken mother. A.S Byatt writes that “[H]e thought himself as a latecomer” and adds: He (Roland) had arrived too late for

  • Psychoanalytic Theory Analysis

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    THEORY OF PERSONALITY Psychoanalytic theory is an approach that initially appeared in three major psychological approach. Two other approach is the approach behavior and a humanitarian approach (humanistic). At the point of view of philosophy, this approach has put forward the concept of joy. Freud claimed that someone normal people is that they can enjoy life with love and work.The concept of joy expressed by Freud can be elaborated again ,where there are other aspects to obtain nudity, eliminate

  • Psychological Allegory In Lord Of The Flies

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    Numerous children are stranded on an island due to a plane crash and are fighting to stay alive and be rescued. In the following paragraphs, it's explained how Jacks savage ways and oblivious mind set creates his disbelieving behavior as to why he doesn't care about being rescued. In The Lord Of The Flies, William Golding creates a psychological allegory through the development of Jack character and the symbolism of fire to uncover the fact that as people disregard logic and their needs in order

  • Sigmund Freud: The Father Of Psychoanalysis

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    The id is an important part of our personality because it allows us to get our basic needs met and is based on our pleasure principle. In other words, the id wants whatever feels good at the time, with no consideration for the reality of the situation. For example, when a child is hungry shows that the id wants food and therefore the child cries. When the child needs to be changed, the id cries. When the child is uncomfortable or just wants attention, the id speaks up until his

  • Psychological Resistance In A. S. Byatt's Possession

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    Chapter three Psychological Resistance In more detail, A.S Byatt’s Possession is redolent of certain aspects of Freudian psychology, more specifically, repression. In this novel the reader becomes aware of the undertakings of the main character Roland Mitchell not only because of growing up in a society filled with a “ pretty blank day” but because of growing up in the hands of a drunken mother. A.S Byatt writes that “[H]e thought himself as a latecomer” and

  • Analyzing The Short Story 'Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?'

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    “Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?” Essay Interpretations regarding the short story “ Where Are You Going ? Where have you been ?” by Joyce Oates have been widely voiced in various critical articles. For instance, Clifford J. Kurowski's claim that Connie had come of age and “.. was certain she knew how to handle the choices Friend was making available to her”( Kurkowski np ). Or Mike Tierce and John Craftin, who insist that young Connie has been rescued by a mysterious savior, Arnold

  • Jack Vs. Piggy In William Golding's Lord Of The Flies

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    Jack vs. Piggy: Freud’s Model of the Psyche Applied to Lord of the Flies The father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud developed a theory that divides the human psyche into three parts: Id, Ego, and Superego. In the novel Lord of the Flies, author William Golding reflects Freud’s model in the main characters of the story. Lord of the Flies is the story of a band of schoolboys from various prestigious Catholic schools that get stranded on an uninhabited island in the middle of the Pacific. The boys

  • Comparing John Updike And Toni Cade Bambara's The Lesson

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    Loss of Innocence In John Updike’s “A&P” and Toni Cade Bambara’s “The Lesson” the two authors illustrate difficult initiations teenagers face while they realize the harshness of society around them. Updike’s “A&P” explores the inner thoughts of a teenage boy, Sammy, who makes the tough decision to quit his job at the local A&P and realizes the bitterness of the world. Similarly, Bambara’s “The Lesson” explores the inner thoughts of a teenage girl, Sylvia, who realizes the value of money and clash