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Author: Angela S. Owen

Theme of Loyalty in Beowulf

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On August 23, 2019
Beowulf is strongly centered on a theme of loyalty. Given that the historic setting and milieu of the epic, it is understandable why this particular quality of human affairs was given centre stage. The author portrays a heroic image of the protagonist, who fearlessly fights enemies in order to save his master Hrothgar and his […]

Fear of the Law in Antigone

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In Antigone
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On August 23, 2019
The main conflict of ideas in the play Antigone is between the law of man and the law of gods. The character performs the burial rights on her brother despite it being forbidden to be done, even though according to the gods everyone should receive proper burial rights. To examine this philosophically, we can say […]
Introduction Human beings are bound by the rules of society and have to lead their lives in accordance with those rules. The novel “The Awakening” by Kate Chopin brings forth the struggle of a married woman who is caught between her own desires and rules of the society. The protagonist of the novel is a […]
The protagonist Esperanza of “The House on Mango Street” and Jay Gatsby of “The Great Gatsby” are both specialpeople and are able to rise from their impoverished childhoods to positions of respectability and power. The reasons for their success may be the direct result of their ability to understand the motivations and feelings of others. […]
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