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John Locke on Working and the Working Condition of Ned Williams in Stud Terkel's Working

Ned Williams It becomes quite obvious in looking at the story of Ned Williams that he was searching for nothing of value in his ...

Society's Influence on Fitzgerald and Williams

and a truly brazen attitude - were in vogue, as was drinking. Although Prohibition was in force to try to prevent people from imbi...

Issues of Stereotypes and Prejudice

of a belief concerning that type of individual, something discussed often in Jones book "Social Psychology of Prejudice." A black ...

Tennessee Williams' Cat On a Hot Tin Roof Play and Film Versions

severity of the Bricks grief at Skippers death causes his relatives to speculate, but this is dispelled in the crucial scene that...

Comparative Analysis of A Streetcar Named Desire and A Doll's House

the norm. It was something that perhaps stemmed from the authors fear, but for whatever the reason he created this female monster ...

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams and the Isolation of the Pollitt Family

in the direction of other family members. Outside their own room and their private conversations, however, the subjects they rais...

William Wordsworth, William Blake, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge

important, yet we are not really told who it is. We are puzzled at one point for the narrator uses the word I in such a way that i...

The Character of Amanda in The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams

she clearly lives in the past. At the time in which the play takes place Amanda has apparently raised her two children to adulthoo...

Simile and Metaphor

arms off and place them somewhere, nor did she wage a real battle on the high window. Even the terms high window and shadow can be...

Willy Loman and Blanche Du Bois

bowling alley, she refuses to have her brother-in-law see her yet: ""Oh no, no, no. I wont be looked at in this merciless glare" (...

'William at the Beach, Age 7' by William Stafford

know that William Stafford is a poet from Americas heartland. In fact, he may be, according to Heldrich (2002), "Kansass most famo...

Questioning the Sanity of Blanche Du Bois

is a true lady. She is coming to the city to stay with her sister, and her sisters husband. When she meets her sister, in a bowlin...

Iowa v. Williams and Fairness or Unfairness of Habeas Corpus

may be utilised (McInnis, 2001). Part of these process can be seen as that concept of Habeas Corpus. This was a concept that was u...

English Romantic Poetry and the Role of Nature

Strung on slender blades of grass; Or a spiders web...

Life in America and the Works of William Carlos Williams and Carl Sandburg

Chicago are? Who knows?" Yet, there are evocative images that conjure images of the people that live there -- workers with big sho...

Archetype Characteristics of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams

character of Laura is very illustrative of this, and she is somewhat reminiscent of such women as Ophelia, from Shakespeares Hamle...

Nature Perspectives

employs descriptive words to create in the reader an appreciation for the reality of nature. This is not to imply that these poets...

Poetry of William Blake and William Wordsworth and the Theme of Poverty

smooth stone/ That overlays the pile; and, from a bag/ All white with flour, the dole of village dames,/ He drew his scraps and fr...

Critique of British Poets

et al, 1996, p. 1251). Robert Burns Robert Burns was the eldest of seven children, the son of a hard-working farmer (Anonymous, ...

Does London Have a Split Personality?

explores the seamy side of city life. In fact, the novels central theme is the horrible treatment endured by the poor and those wh...

Tennessee Williams: The Glass Menagerie and Portrait of a Girl in Glass

visit is an old school friend of the son and daughter. In the play there is a similar sense of expectation involving this man as T...

John Moretta/William Penn & Quaker Legacy

historiography of Penn scholarship to-date. However, it would have been enlightening and perhaps made his text more appealing to h...

T.S. Eliot and William Carlos William: Modernists

slips/ Among velleities and carefully caught regrets/ Through attenuated tones of violins/ Mingled with remote cornets/ And begins...

Patrice J. Williams' Death of the Profane

and blew pink rubber at me" (Williams, 1991; 45). She found herself incredibly outraged and wishing she could make him see...

1979 to 1981 Atlanta Child Murders and Conviction of Wayne Williams

and was often able to reach accident and crime scenes before the police themselves. By doing so he had managed to capture many of...

William Congreve's Contributions

works called The Mourning Bride which was created in 1697 contains the following well known line: "Heavn has no Rage, like Love to...

'Poem (As the Cat)' by William Carlos Williams

denying that this characterizes his lexicon and poetic style ("William" 9). Considering this, the first question that the reader...

Analysis of Tom in "The Glass Menagerie"

her thumb. The character description of Tom tells us that is "A poet with a job in a warehouse. His nature is not remorseless, but...

Informally Examining Romantic Poets and Poetry

unspoiled by either man or society? In "The Tiger," Blake appears to be pondering the marvels of the world while at the same time...

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams and Symbolism

of Blue Mountains finest male suitors. She makes frequent mention of Blue Mountain and Blue Roses, and one can assume this symbol...