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Silas Marner (Silas Marner) and Jolil (Salt on a Snake’s Tail in Come to Mecca) could both be described as “outsiders” in society

The characters of Silas Marner and Jolil Miah are quite different in their background. They are different ages, different races and religions, and the places they are brought up in are also quite different. Silas grew up in the rural countryside, while the changes of the industrial revolution were going on (in the early nineteenth Read More

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Daisy “duke” Hazard

Henry James uses Daisy’s story to show what he thinks Europeans and Americans believe about each other. Europeans think that Americans have next to no morals; that they just flirt around with the idea of any real commitment. Men are supposed to have the power, that’s the way god intended it. Its damn near blasphemy Read More

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Analysis of Silas Marner’s character

Silas Marner’s character develops throughout the novel, and passes through several different stages. The first sign we see of Silas’ character is that he has a delicate personality, and this characteristic is demonstrated after he has been accused of the theft of a bag of money, in chapter one. He is tried, and found guilty Read More

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Character study of Willy Loman

Willy Loman is a very unique character, he is pathetic and a modern tragic hero. I think the problem comes mainly from his excessive daydreaming, and his view of the American Dream, which is to succeed in life by being attractive and well liked by society. He spent most of his life pursing a dream Read More

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Spider-Man

The opening credits which can also be considered as the establishing shot start with Columbia Pictures. Columbia Pictures is owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. Columbia Pictures caption starts with the camera going down Columbia Lady. Columbia Lady is represented goddess like; she also looks like the statue of liberty. The background colours are all golden Read More

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Compare the presentations of Nicholas and Charles in Next Term we’ll mash you and The Lumber Room

Charles and Nicholas are characters that are very different in some ways but quite similar in others. Charles (from Next Term We’ll mash you) is portrayed as the “victim” of his story. How he is portrayed by Penelope Lively makes us pity Charles. He is described like this, “His [Charles] ears, too large, jutted out, Read More