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The Open Boat vs. The Snows of Kilimanjaro

injured while enjoying an African hunting adventure with his wife, Helen. The primary theme is death, and how man often puts off ...

Literature and Free Will

with the famous line: "None of them knew the color of the sky" (PG). The introduction is chilling. Why would no one know the color...

Literary Treatment of Darwinism

In ten pages this paper examines how the theories of Charles Darwin have been represented in literature in a consideration of crit...

Architectural Comparisons Between the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building

city of lovely buildings that would withstand the test of time. Empire State Building The Empire State Building is probabl...

Germany's Poor Use of Submarine Warfare During WWII

it should be said that sea travel was quite important during these wars. Submarines, sometimes called U-Boats after the German phr...

Signac and Derain: Comparison and Contrast

but piled together with human figures within the painting. In Signacs there is the quiet and distant observation of what looks to ...

Analysis of 'The Open Boat' by Stephen Crane

In three pages a short story analysis of 'The Open Boat' is presented. There are no other sources listed....

Antiwar Sentiments of Crane, Twain, and Howells

In five pages the reactions against war and imperialism that began materializing at the turn of the 20th century are examined in a...

Ambrose Bierce, Stephen Crane, Nature and Salvation

In five pages this paper discusses how nature adaptability influences a character's salvation in 'An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridg...

Literature and Social Conflict

In five pages this paper examines how social conflict is reflected in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Charlotte P...

Analysis of Stephen Crane's 'The Open Boat'

In five pages this paper presents a short story analysis of Stephen Crane's 'The Open Boat.' There are no other sources listed....

Literary Sense of Time and Place

In five pages the images of time and place are explored in 'The White Heron' by Sarah Orne Jewett, 'My Antonia' by Willa Cather, '...

Literary Naturalism of Author Stephen Crane

of the Streets and The Red Badge of Courage. In addition, he wrote a myriad of imposing poems, and ninety pieces of short fictio...

Two Narratives on Autonomy and Fate

men see as hostility is in fact only the normal progression of the natural world. At first, they assume that that it is some consc...

Literature and Nature

powerful setting. In the title itself we imagine hills and we envision hills that look like white elephants. This could clearly...

American Literature: Realism

one could present. In Gilmans The Yellow Wallpaper her story, which is fictional, is actually based largely on her own experienc...

Understanding Steinbeck's "Flight" in light of Crane's Naturalism

This essay relates the naturalist perspective of Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat" to understanding the themes in John Steinbeck's "...

History and Reconstruction of the Boat of Pharaoh

building, which differ markedly from those in the sealed chamber were it rested for over 4,000 years (Farouk and Grace, 1997). I...

Which Was Costlier Haymarket Bombing or Chicago Fire?

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares these two catastrophies in terms of cause, reaction of society, and cost along wit...

The 'Elemental' Difference in the Views of Plato and Aristotle

In five pages these philosophers' views on the physical elements of fire, water, earth, and air are contrasted and compared. Five...

Firefighting Assistance from Computers

to accurately predict the conditions in which the fire would burn out (Walton, 1985). This revolutionary computer "expert syste...

Firefighting and Labor

In a literature review consisting of twenty five pages this paper considers various labor issues concerning civilian fire casualti...

“The Gates of Fire” by Steven Pressfield

on history, on ancient people and cultures. Pressfield has obviously researched the types of weapons the people used, the struggle...

Sonnets and Poems

are not red as coral; her breasts are not white but dun colored; her hair is coarse and wiry (on her head; Shakespeare being Shake...

Characters of Helen and Annie in Ironweed by William Kennedy

This paper contrasts and compares these female characters and their life experiences described by William Kennedy in Ironweed in t...

James Baldwin's 'Sonny's Blues,' Joyce Carol Oates' 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?' and Maturity

In three pages this paper contrasts and compares how the maturity theme is featured in each of these stories....

Comparing Achilles and Odysseus

Odysseus was renowned for both his brain and his brawn. He was also had bravery, and competence at his skills. Odysseus was an a...

King Oedipus, Prince Hamlet, and Their Tragic Flaws

In five pages the tragic flaws of these play protagonists are contrasted and compared....

House of Spirits by Isabel Allende

In five pages the characters of Uncle Marcos and Nicolas are contrasted and compared in terms of similarities in relationships, in...

Comparative Analysis of the Film Versions of William Shakespeare's Hamlet

In eight pages this paper contrasts and compares Laurence Olivier's 1948 Hamlet adaptation with Franco Zeffirelli's 1990 interpret...