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An Overview of Jane Austens Sense and Sensibility

Mrs Thrale later remarried (becoming Mrs Piozzi) and her relationship with Johnson was never the same after (she and Boswell merely tolerated each other from the start). London: Routledge Kegan Paul, 1971.

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The Sacco and Vanzetti Case

Sacco's and Vanzetti's actual guilt remains a source of speculation and controversy. 201202 Young, William, and Kaiser, David., Postmortem: New Evidence in the Case of Sacco and Vanzetti, University of Massachusetts Press

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Analysis of Of Human Bondage

Bedroom bondage is usually mild bondage, with one partner voluntarily being put into restraints by being tied up or handcuffed. Therefore, I can rest in the loving hands of God, who I

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The Biography of Bertolt Brecht

Jameson describes the creator of the work not as Brecht the individual, but rather as 'Brecht a collective subject that "certainly seemed to have a distinctive style (the one we now

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Nietzsches Overman in The Will to Power

A heightened feeling of happiness and life is also a heightened feeling of power: it is from this that man praises (-from this that he invents and seeks a doer, a "subject"-).

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Significance of the title in

When Phoebe found out that Holden had been expelled from yet another school she became upset and complained that Holden didnt like anything. What you are left with in a crucible after

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The Wind Blows by Katherine Mansfield

the Wind Blows by Katherine Mansfield

that story. Though only briefly mentioned Marie Swainsons character may also be important as she in many ways acts as a rival to Mathilda. The-girl-before-her has just started playing MacDowell's "To an Iceberg.". "Sit over there in the sofa corner, little lady.". If anything Mathilda has become an independent woman despite her mothers attempts to control her. "Shall I take the repeat?" "Yes, dear child. Hasn't anyone written poems to the wind? Her fingers tremble so that she can't undo the knot in the music satchel. Both girls are of similar age and the fact that Mathilda is unable to control her dress in the wind suggests at least symbolically that Maria may be a sexual rival to Mathilda. There is also no doubting that Mathilda is discontent with her life.

Written on the Wind
Archetypes in The North Wind and the Sun
Harnessing the Power of Wind

"Is that you, Bogey?" "Come for a walk round the esplanade, Matilda. his voice is far, far too kind. He doesn't exactly laugh at you. There's the post office clock chiming for the last time. Imagine leaving anything out on the line in weather like this. It is so comfortable.