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Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises and F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

In five pages this paper discusses the sexual orientation themes in each novels with a contrast and comparison of characterization...

Comparing Daisy from The Great Gatsby with Amanda from The Glass Menagerie

flower, hence the name chosen for her by the author; however, a brightly appealing as she might be on the outside, she harbors the...

Narrators' Growth in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson

In 6 pages this paper discusses how the narrators of these respective texts managed to develop their own individuality through the...

Comparing Daisy from The Great Gatsby and Amanda from The Glass Menagerie

quicksand. Daisy hide a deeper meaning to her character, and that character is evil due to the unthinking nature of her superficia...

Jay McInerney's Bright Lights, Big City Presentation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

together, ties up all loose plot ends, and eventually takes the story full circle. The participating narrator/protagonist appeale...

F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and Material Wealth

own enjoyment so much as for the enjoyment of others, for the pride he could have when looking at what he achieved through the eye...

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Contemporary World

many argue saw the true beginning of a consumeristic culture as the American Dream turned to one of material wealth as a sign of s...

Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms and F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

can have genuine depth. Both while their relationship is still comparatively superficial, and later when it becomes truly meaningf...

J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye, F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, and Materialism

with money, as the underlying theme is that which revolves around Gatsby using the pursuit of money, and the acquisition of money,...

Overview and Analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

hit-and-run death of Toms mistress, the married Myrtle Wilson. Her widower is deceived into thinking Gatsby caused the accident, ...

Role of Nick Carraway in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

affair. If the story were told by Gatsby, we would get the story of a poor but ruthlessly ambitious youth on the make. We would l...

Poe/Masque of the Red Death

The seventh and most western of the apartments was "closely shrouded in black velvet tapestries" and it was only in this room that...

Emily Dickinson, Popular Music, and Death Fascination

17). While this image is certainly chilling, the overall tone of the poem is one of "civility," which is actually expressed in lin...

Hunter Thompson/Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

downers, screamers, (and) laughers (Thompson 4). Additionally, their arsenal against sober perception also includes "a quart of te...

Death in Hospice Verses Death in Death Row Incarceration

which the individual is supposed to pass, the doctors are usually good at predicting whether a dying person has a few days or a fe...

Racism and Class: 1890 to 1929

dealing with in regard to racism and discrimination actually can be traced all the way back to the original colonization of this c...

The Theme of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”: Things Aren’t Always What They Seem

run away, thus setting up the main action of the plot, because the man she loves, Lysander, agrees to run away with her. They end ...

Death, Beyond, and Dreaming

In eight pages this paper examines what is revealed about death and beyond through dreaming with various psychological and theolog...

Arthur Miller Death of a Salesman and Its Symbolism

young men. One of the great ironies of the play is that Willy has sold the boys a perverted version of the American Dream. He has ...

Women, Men/Relationships in Midsummer Night’s Dream

even death. Rather than comply, Hermia elopes with Lysander, fleeing into the woods. Shakespeare emphasizes the enormous consequen...

Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and Biff's Life Lessons

brother, his time away from home when he worked on ranches where he states, "theres nothing more inspiring or-beautiful than the s...

Vietnam and American Politics During the Turning Point of 1968

achieved (McDougall, 1996). That goal was and is to establish a strong buffer state to protect the nations of Southeast Asia from ...

Great Depression and the American Labor Movement

unemployment rates soared and conditions and wages plummeted among the factory workers and tensions between the two labor factions...

Franklin, Emerson and Whitman

means, in turn, there "are no Prisons, no Officers to compel Obedience, or inflict Punishment. Hence they generally study Oratory,...

Study Proposal/Will Placing an NP in EDs Help Overcrowding?

concerns the how NP practice has been implemented in countries other than the US. The majority of research articles available in v...

Alexie's "How to Write the Great American Indian Novel" - A Post-Colonial Criticism

In a paper of six pages, the writer looks at Alexie's "How to Write the Great American Indian Novel". The harmful American charact...

The Myth of the American Family as Discredited in Death of a Salesman and An American Beauty

play, if we only look at the man, Willy Loman, and examine him from his perspective, concerning his hopes and desires for himself ...

Paul Laurence Dunbar and Phillis Wheatley comparing the Work of the Two Authors

Although Paul Laurence Dunbar was born nearly a century after Wheatley's death, the two authors share common traits other than the...

Criminal Justice

correlation between class and incarceration, as roughly 80 percent of those inmates incarcerated in 2002 could not afford an attor...

Desires and Dreams in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

In a paper consisting of 5 pages the unfulfilled expectations and how they are presented in the ideas and themes of Miller's socia...