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Wendy Darling in Peter Pan and Alice in Alice in Wonderland

equally strong reluctance to leave the comforts of childhood behind. Her childishness is seen in the fact that she seems powerles...

Connectivity, External and Internal Drive Bays

front panel." Kozierok (2001) also explains that the term "external drive bay" is a "bit of a misnomer" in that the term ex...

'Wendy' Needed by Peter Pan

As well see in this paper, there are many "Wendys" and "Peters" in the world - the Peters need to be taken care of,...

Fairytales and Their Significance

In three pages this paper examines the moral importance of fairytales in this discussion of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and T...

Alice's Neverland and Wonderland

are guards, and nothing is what it seems: "Alice thought she had never seen such a curious croquet ground in her life: it was all ...

Antitrust Issues and Internet Explorer of Microsoft

In five pages this paper examines the Department of Justice's antitrust case against Microsoft and issues regarding the Internet E...

Judaism in the Works of Franz Kafka

In five pages the ways in which Judaism ins represented in Franz Kafka's works are examined with an emphasis upon his story 'Metam...

Organized Crime Syndicates and Commercial Burglaries

but commercial burglaries are up (Star Tribune 02B). For many reasons, burglars find commercial establishments a better target th...

Anne Moody's 'Coming of Age in Mississippi'

This is a 5 page book review in which the author relates her own upbringing which is in sharp contrast to most members of American...

Civil Rights Movement and Civil Disobedience

being obedient. As the key Civil Rights moments mentioned above illustrate, civil disobedience is characterized by an abs...

Greensboro Sit-Ins

turned into many as the protest continued for almost 6 months.5 In addition, it sparked many other protests throughout the South a...

Homeland Security, INS and Epidemiology

problems, but refugees are perhaps most at risk, since many of them "come from areas where disease control, diagnosis and treatmen...

Adult Learning Theories, An Article Summary/Chen

This article summary describes a study, Chen (2014), which pertains to nontraditional adult students and the application of adult ...

Walker: “Everyday Use”

as the fact that Dee has left home and created a new persona for herself, thus trying to deny who and what she is. She is no longe...

An Analysis of The Lovely Bones

is the protagonist in the story for it is her story we are essentially watching, although we are watching it often through the liv...

Guilt and Grief in The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

how to save her legs and he and Buckley become almost inseparable. However, in the background, Jack makes it clear that he still c...

Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Women's Roles

is the world of the domestic. That is domestic in the terms of one who serves, as well as domestic in the terms of limited to hou...

Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows and Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

tries to find out what happened to the White Rabbit, but then, later, she is more concerned with finding her way home. At the end ...

Photography of Lewis Carroll

albumen paper. It was a complicated process which meant that a penchant for picture taking wasnt the only requirement for a photo...

J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan and Satirical Commentary

eros, or cupid, in that the dust from her makes a person fly. Pixie dust coupled with happy thoughts send one skyward...just as fi...

Child and Adult Voices in Literature for Children

not necessarily reliable, and that the imposition of an adult viewpoint on childhood events and emotions is bound to present a dis...

Storytellers Lewis Carroll and Charles Perrault

In five pages this paper discusses the complexities of the fairytales Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella, which makes them far mor...

Analysis of the Cheshire Cat and White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

The cat and rabbit's roles are examined in this analysis of Alice in Wonderland consisting of seven pages. Four other sources are...

Franz Kafka and Lewis Carroll on Absurdity and Logic

In ten pages this paper analyzes the logic of the absurdity theme in a comparison and contrast of Franz Kafka's The Trial and Lewi...

Comparative Analysis of Lewis Carroll's and Disney Studios' Versions of Alice in Wonderland

A contrasting analysis of the differences between the novel by Lewis Carroll and the Disney Studios' version of Alice in Wonderlan...

Political Satire of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

In ten pages this research paper examines the satirical elements of Alice in Wonderland particularly as they deal with issues pert...

Text and Illustrations in “Alice in Wonderland”

illustrations in the first chapter: the rabbit with the watch, Alice finding the door, Alice looking after the rabbit as he scurri...

A Comparative Analysis of In Search of Our Mother's Gardens, Arts in the Contact Zone and The Hundred Secret Senses

In eight pages these texts by Alice Walker, Mary Louise Pratt, and Alice Walker are examined in terms of unconscious and 'magical'...

Alice Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll

In five pages a character analysis of Alice examines within the context of Lewis Carroll's Alice Through the Looking Glass. There...

Connection and Alienation in Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

In this paper that consists of five pages the writer discusses how the solitary Alice represents Carroll's misfit soul and his sea...