Janice Carlisle.Martin's, 1996.If little Pip can "grow up a much better man than I (Pip) did" (435; ch.However, life does not work that way, and in the original ending Dickens does not let fictional life work that way either.Dickens was using Pip's mistakes as a way to show that people should not expect things from other people, which is what Pip does throughout the novel.
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Such fate of an unfaithful lover demonstrates the author’s way of achieving catharsis.He insists on having his way on everything, even if doing so would hurt the people around him.This way the story’s ending is very important.It probably appealed more to the audience to have Heathcliff suffer at the end than have him repent and change his ways.This way, the story becomes cathartic.
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Once Truman became president, the bomb seemed to be the quickest way to end the war while spearing as many lives as possible (Doc D).After the Allies defeated the Axis powers in Europe, America need a way to quickly end the war.Theses bombs brought the end of World War two with Japan.That caused Japan asked of peace on the 10th of August 1945, stopping the need for the not so welcome support.The drop of an Atomic bomb would also end the need for Soviet assistance in ending the war with Japan (Doc F).
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4.5 Demonstrate ways to help the individual feel respected and valued throughout the end of life period.3.2 Explain the purpose of advance care planning in relation to end of life care Advance care planning provides a mechanism to improve the quality of end of life care for people.A person at the end of life care needs to be made to feel comfortable; therefore I would still provide personal hygiene assistance as I would with any other individual.Again completing end of life care and advanced planning documents, helps you support the individual and their next of kin and involves you understanding and respecting their beliefs, religion and culture.So that at the end of life their wishes, beliefs and culturistic wishes are adhered too, ther...
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Now remember ties are a great way to look serious.Then place the wide end in your left hand and the skinny end in your right hand.Step 4: Once the wide end has been pulled through, place the wide end once again in your right hand and the skinny end in your left hand.Step 5: Now put the wide end behind the skinny end.Pull the wide in all the way through the loop around your neck.
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By letting Tony still have a wife at the end despite what he did and the writer portraying the other two women still wanting to marry him, he obviously thinks that most women are like that because there was not a single intelligent woman who could see through Tony.In Turned we are supposed to sympathise with Girta because she is obviously not to blame for what has happened and if it had not been for the kindness of Mrs Maroner at the end she would have been on her own with no way to support the baby.At the end of the story it also enforce the fact that Mr Maroner is not a victim and is the villain of the story because of the way that he abuses Girter it shows this by including the baby in the ending.In Tony Kytes the arch-deceiver the en...
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The word ‘brother’ is repeated, which is a good way to greet someone if you are trying to unite with them.Both demanding the same thing; equality.We can tell this because the poem by Richard Rive is written in a more complex way and also he is speaking freely.The message of ‘I Coming Back’ is similar but is said in a much more intimidating way.They are 2 totally different poems in the way they are written.
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Wearing scarf is not only rotating on basics.First THE TOSS Put your scarf to your neck, and then toss one side of the scarf at the back, basic and easiest way of wearing scarf.Second is THE CRISS CROSS, Grab your scarf and fold it into half, Grab one of the loose ends and put it thru the loop, Grab the other end and put it over and under the loop.Before we begin these are the materials that we will be using a pin or brooch and of course your selected scarf.Scarfs can be tie in different ways, it only depends on how we perform it.
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The very fact that Yolland, a British soldier loathed by many Irish as he is changing Irish place names, has had a relationship with Maire, a pretty young Irish girl whom Manus also likes, tells us that it may be likely that something will happen to him at the end of the play as he has caused much dislike for himself from those in the play due to these things.Another way of interpreting this is by saying that Brian Friel has not ended the play in that much confusion, as by taking information from the history books, and by using our own knowledge, it is clear as to what happens to Ireland following on from the end of the play.The ellipsis suggests that something will happen following the end of the play, yet the readers aren’t made clear ...
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The theme of these stories shows that things are not always the way they seem.Although the tone sounds dark, it eventually relives us.The two tones these poems show are almost exact opposites.The ways of suicide listed adds a very dark tone to the poem, because you create images of trying suicide.Resume begins with a very grim topic, but ends in an unexpected way.
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Aristotle tells us that plot is… .The narration in a comedy often involves union and togetherness as we see in the marriage scene at the end of Midsummer’s Night Dream.Aristotle tells us that plot is jsfdkrjnhfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff- ffffffffffffffffff In a comparison of comedy and tragedy, I will begin by looking at narrative.Charles Darwin insists that in a comedy “circumstances must not be of a momentous nature;” whereas, Northop Frye identifies comedy as having a happy ending and using repetition that goes nowhere.I am reminded of the play The Importance of Being Ernest and the humor by way of mistaken identity.
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The suspense at the end of the story has some charm to it.I think that the whole story builds up suspense by the way he dances around the problem and never talks to Lily about Vietnam.I feel like there is always more to every story and this is a big reason why I like stories that end this way.“I still hadn’t told her I felt I’d left part of myself in her country.” (88) Another moment was at the very end when he imagines the faces of the dead from Vietnam on his way to L.A.Our memoirs are short they are not a novel or a full book we cannot simply cover a good conflict in such a short time, ending with suspense allows us to tackle those big problems without having to worry about having too many pages.
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Euthanasia actively seeks an outside source to hasten the end of life when you choose to opt out of treatment, or where none is available.(California End of Life Option Act) For this essay we’ll dispense with the legal jargon, and define euthanasia as seeking outside help in taking one’s life.I find opting to die and not fight is self-seeking and robs humanity, especially in light of other ways to end suffering without ending a life.If they truly feel that strongly that they have the right to end their life, then stop debating.We have a moral obligation to further our world in a positive way instead of just taking what we can while we’re here.
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Not all ends are ultimate ends but the highest end would have to be something ultimate; the only conceivable ultimate end is happiness.If we travel down life's dusty road thinking we will find happiness at the end, we will be disappointed.( Myers, 1) I think that Aristotle speaks truthfully when he claims that happiness is the greatest good, and it remains our most virtuous priority as we attempt to achieve the ultimate end.At the end, the journey is over and it is too late.(Fisher, 1) It is the way we control our own lives as we see it.
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But her lender, Mr. Krogstad keeps trying to get favors from her threatening her that if she does not help him he was going to tell her husband her secret.Probably the most important part about The Doll House is the ending , when Nora realizes that she does not belong with that man and leaves the house.At the end the truth is revealed and Mr. Helmer reacts in a very raging way, Nora realizes that she had been in the wrong place for all these years and decides to leave.But Mrs. Helmer has a secret, she obtained some money in a shady way to save his husbands life, and now she has to pay it back.It is hard to argue whether or not this “happy ending” should have been included in the play; because it is true that in real life things can go wr...
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exactly when their lives will end.It should not be something predictable.No matter how difficult things can get, there could always be a better way .If they wanted to help them in a better way they could give them other .end someone 's life.
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As we can see that both stories end in the same way, with both creators, creation and habitat all being destroyed, this is what we learn from the playing of god and how wrong it is and why we shouldn’t do it.In the end this stupid ness to think that the dinosaurs could be manipulated to act in a way that they will not cause destructiveness is foolishness and because nothing is done about it, it is inevitable that in the need the dinosaurs just over rule the park and destroy everything and everyone and ironically their own creator in the process.Either way in both books the climax is not what is ideal.The incidents, which lead up to the climax in each story, are systematically and cleverly put there to build up the reader’s thoughts for t...
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man cheating and actually ending the relationship in ‘The End of .women in different ways to the way women see themselves.Meanwhile in ‘The End of Something’ by Hemmingway the male character, .the way of Nick with no hesitation showing she is strong but still has .In ‘The End of Something’ and ‘Bliss’ it is due to being let down by a .
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... interrogation of Rubashov; his use of relentless sleep deprivation leads to an unreliable confession, far from the actual truth.Furthermore, in James’ pursuit of Prince Charming to avenge the death of his sister, James himself becomes engrossed in tracking down this man.With all of social upheaval and political unrest in the world, one must wonder how different the world would have turned out had people not viewed ends as necessary results, no matter the path used to achieve them.In a similar way, Dorian’s manipulation of Alan Campbell to dispose of a murdered body pushes Alan to the limit and eventually to suicide.First, he says to act as if the maxim of your action were to become a universal law of nature, and also to act in such a...
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Not only do people in poverty spend their money on drugs and alcohol, but they also become addicted to those substances which leads to further consequences.If people living in poverty were educated on how their addictions effected their financial situation, they may seek help for their addictions and s... ... middle of paper ... ...ed.While education is the leading factor in ending the cycle of poverty, it is not the only tactic in ending the cycle of poverty.Education proves to be a tremendous factor in ending the cycle of poverty because it informs people of their unnecessary spending habits and how to prevent them, it paves the way to higher paying career opportunities, and it prepares people for the stressful conditions faced in the ...
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One argument is that people are poor because they are lazy and the way we know their lazy is because their poor.New York: Penguin Press, 2005. .The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for our Time.It was very interesting, but I felt it was a very difficult book to read.It did open my eyes and help to give me a direction to research on ways of ending poverty around the globe.
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But we don’t know this until the end of the poem.The woman states at the end of every thought “That story.” (Sexton lines 1-109) Further along in the poem, we get a long description of Cinderella’s life to emphasize the Speaker’s point, as previously stated “That story.” (Sexton 109) She is remarking on the ending of every story with a happy ending, but with cynicism “that story” being similar to the modern phrase “yeah right.” Beginning each story with a life of hardship, then something happened where the protagonist ends with a better life.The way the poem is read and understood by the listener can have different meanings and effects on people.Each of the elements the speaker, imagery, and listener are all present in these poems.... m...
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Miss Brill goes home and sulks, while Sammy just stands in the parking lot realizing he just quit his job for no reward.Many life lessons can be learned from disappointment.As you can see the impact of what the young teens said to Miss Brill changed the way she went about her day.They want to see it resolved, but that doesn’t happen.Updike and Mansfield elaborate on that to the fullest.
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Drink was not the best way to deal with the situation though, it may have clouded their memories but would not have completed erase them ‘if sleep came it was as a gift and was as likely to come after tea as after alcohol’.The characters presented in both Journey’s End and Birdsong are attempting to avoid and deal with the horrors of trench warfare in many different ways including; drinking, violence, and memories of loved ones and trying to use humour as a way of distancing themselves from the horrors facing them.Unlike Journey’s End in Birdsong we are able to follow Stephen as he goes out into No-man’s land, fighting for his life but we also get violence in the trenches too ‘Fuck off, Weir, fuck off out of my way’.Drink was a way to fo...
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And then you realize that if you do that, you’ll be hated even more, and that realization makes you hate them more, and there’s just so much fucking hate and no way to end it.They’re worse than you, but you’re still the villain, because you let it get this way.But the victim doesn’t hate this way.And you’re your only companion, but it doesn’t matter because you’re used to it being that way.And there’s no way out.
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John Steinbeck’s use of detail really brought out the true meaning of The Pearl.He showed how Kino can be mean, demanding, dangerous, and ill- tempered, but when he needs to be caring for his family he seems to come around.” The Pearl’s ending played a great deal in the novel.No one knows whether or not they will be welcomed back to the town because now it is all up to the reader’s imagination.If it was written any other way the characters lives would be drastically changed, and maybe not for the better.
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But in the end of the story, it is himself that Okonkwo believes is a worthless man due to him not being able to be successful or adapt to the new way of clan lifeHe would have been dead before the arrival of the white man and could have won his titles and enjoyed the clan way of life he so cherished.He had overcame his meager beginnings, the reputation of his lazy father, the one extremely harsh harvest, having to kill the young boy who called him father, the constant worry of losing Ezinma, being exiled from Umofia for the accidental killing of the young boy, and then having his own son leave home and convert to the white man's religion and way of life.It was when he finally became aware that the way of life he so cherished was gone, t...
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This recounting of the lives of the students is a good marker to show that the play is coming to an end.It is nostalgic when his voice is given an opportunity to utter the last words before the end of the play.This is a good way of ending a play.This is a way of further remembering what kind of person Hector was.However, these students recall Hector by the way he did his things and the way he talked.
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Upon his death, his followers continued his teachings and put his teachings into written form, which became the pra... ... middle of paper ... ...it does not match their own."The Noble Eightfold Path: The Way to the End of Suffering."These teachings not only guide mankind in proper behavior, but also offer obedient believers a manner in which to end strife and suffering by achieving Nirvana which brings the end to the circle of rebirth in Buddhism, and in Judaism reaching the ultimate goal of deliverance and eternal salvation.If people would just treat each other by the Golden Rule; "Do not impose on others what you do not wish for yourself," (Confucius, circa 500 BCE) and that everyone is of one race, the human race, what a wonderful wo...
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In The triumphs of a Taxidermist, the main character who is a taxidermist starts off hiding who he truly is, but ends up showing how truly smart and sneaky he is in the end.The taxidermist does not tell or show anyone his uniqueness until the end of the story when he reveals that he found a species of a New Zealand bird which is extinct.He starts off as a sad man because his mother would never let him wear his favourite suit, but dies happily in the end.This little man starts his life in a way he did not feel was right, so he took a chance to turn his life around, and he did.This shows the theme of human life changing noticeably, and how it can also change in an encouraging way.
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