By Claudia Zimny
Der amerikanische Regisseur Stanley Kubrick griff 1968 *das* klassische Motiv der Reise, die Odyssee, wieder auf und setze es mit seinem technology fiction movie "2001: an area Odyssey" in den modernen Kontext der Weltraumfahrt. In der vorliegenden Arbeit soll an Hand von "2001" die Darstellung der "Reise" als image für den Lebens- oder Entwicklungsweg des Menschen analysiert werden. Das Ziel der Arbeit ist, die bleibende Faszination am Thema der Reise (und zu reisen) zu ergründen, die eng verbunden ist mit dem Phänomen, dass Kubricks technological know-how fiction movie auch nach quick 30 Jahren nichts von seiner Aussagekraft eingebüßt hat.
By Frances McCue
By Laura Branitsch
In this essay, this connection to the above-mentioned “previous time” can be made clearer through evaluating the gender roles displayed in "Twilight" to these of the early 19th century. with a view to first achieve an realizing of how the belief of the diversities among the sexes has replaced through the previous centuries, i'll define the gender roles of the 19th century after which in brief summarize what achievements were made to erase those stereotypes in bankruptcy 2. subsequent, in bankruptcy three, the respective personalities of the 2 protagonists, Edward and Bella, will probably be individually analyzed and in comparison to the features of the best women and men within the early eighteen hundreds and hundreds. In bankruptcy four, i'm going to tackle the respective courting roles of the couple, back stating the similarities to what a wedding used to be presupposed to be like within the early 19th century.
Since the saga places an enormous emphasis at the romance among the 2 protagonists, it can be crucial to appreciate it thoroughly. the result of my analyses should still solution the query of no matter if the 2 protagonist’s personality features and their courting relatively correspond extra to early 19th century criteria than to the trendy ones. i am hoping to realize an figuring out of the way and particularly why the connection among Edward and Bella works, and look forward to finding a solution of their personality characteristics. The old context, with the intention to be mentioned within the subsequent bankruptcy, could supply me an perception into their motivations and their personalities in comparison to what was once anticipated of guys and girls within the past.
By Ana Colton-Sonnenberg
This paper offers with the newest felony efforts to manage unlawful immigration: the 2005 Border safeguard, Anti-terrorism, and unlawful Immigration keep watch over Act, apartment of Representatives invoice 4437 and the 2006 entire Immigration Reform Act, Senate invoice 2611 and the reactions they prompted between americans. on the way to illustrate the momentousness of the present debate approximately unauthorized migration, i'll begin with an summary of an important proof and figures together with a definition of the suggestion ‘illegal/ unauthorized (im)migrant’, the international locations of beginning and distribution of unlawful immigrants and their effect at the U.S. financial system. this may be by way of a dialogue of the H.R.4437 and S.2611 money owed and the realization to this paper.
By Roger Hecht
The Erie Canal Readerpoems, essays, travelogues, and fiction by way of significant American and British writerscaptures the colourful panorama and existence alongside the Erie Canal from its beginning within the big apple frontier, via its heyday as a passage of tradition and trade, to its current decline into disuse.
Part get together of the lads and ladies who labored its waters and half social remark, those writings by means of such figures as Basil corridor, Frances Trollope, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, and others offer first-hand observations of the canal kingdom and its position within the evolution of yank social and monetary tradition from frontier to commercial prominence. as well as depictions of canal lifestyles, the items provide glimpses of early vacationer hotels, like Trenton Falls, and observations of non secular experiments that made New York's "burned over district" a hotbed of social and political reform. additionally incorporated are works via the main admired Erie Canal writers, Walter D. Edmonds and Samuel Hopkins Adams, whose tales and novels convey a latest sensibility and perception to their reflections at the canal.
By Michael Cohen
Michael Cohen’s essays at the analyzing existence are a treat to learn. comfortable, own, wide-ranging, they include interesting nuggets of information and vigorous checks of hundreds and hundreds of books, in addition to a complete life’s worthy of considerate rumination on time, love, travel, and family, in addition to what it ability to be, almost existentially, a reader.
– Christina Thompson, Editor, Harvard Review
Anyone who has pounded the pavement promoting The nice Books of the Western World in fifty four volumes and lived to inform will get my timeless recognize and may get yours. Michael Cohen is a booklet rat, no longer a e-book snob. For him, the pleasures of the ebook are tactile and auditory in addition to mental and philosophical. The essays in a spot to learn tackle strength plate-lunch combos in western Kentucky, the tuxedo as male uniform, the golfing direction as locus of friendship and humor, and Baptist theological responses to Day of the lifeless practices in Michoacán, as well as extra strictly literary topics.
– Ann Neelon, editor of New Madrid
Michael Cohen has given us a set of non-public retrospectives that deserve a spot within the most interesting culture of the yank essay. each one is in its personal means a touch upon the human state of affairs, filtered via a private optic that's either subtle and erudite. a laugh, hugely own, insightful, they’ll make you smile, smirk, frown, and gasp, yet they’ll by no means bore. I promise.
– E. A. Allen, writer of the Montclaire Mysteries
By Julia Merkel
The ever-reappearing subject of the prior overshadowing the presence and picking out the longer term is a Southern topic par excellence. A power urge to seem again and a virtually loathing perspective towards development and the fashionable lifestyle and fast moving society are omnipresent in Southern tradition, literature, and existence. writer Allan Gurganus says approximately his adolescence and adolescence in North Carolina within the Nineteen Fifties that it used to be like starting to be up within the 19th century. The South’s previous is in its current virtually to the purpose of entire denial of the latter (see provide 105f.).
The Civil warfare and the Reconstruction period left the South economically and culturally remoted. however the battle among the States basically complete what had begun a lot previous. The Southern declare to a unique place, its feeling of ethical and cultural superiority and uniqueness, and its selected isolation have its roots as early as initially 18th century. those emotions and the necessity to domesticate and guard a undeniable form of group and person perceived as being improved simply recurred even more suitable after the shameful defeat the South suffered. the space among the North and the South deepened significantly, and shortly the extraordinary isolation and seclusion grew to become either voluntary and involuntary. The downfall and the exploitation through the period of Reconstruction left a scar that has been hurting till at the present time.
By Dany PATARINI (DI GIROLAMO EGROTTI CURTI)
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By Richard Higgins,Robert D. Richardson
during this unique booklet, Richard Higgins explores Thoreau’s deep connections to timber: his prepared conception of them, the enjoyment they gave him, the poetry he observed in them, his philosophical view of them, and the way they fed his soul. His vigorous essays express that timber have been a thread connecting all components of Thoreau’s being—heart, brain, and spirit. integrated are 100 excerpts from Thoreau’s writings approximately timber, paired with over sixty of the author’s photos. Thoreau’s phrases are as shiny now as they have been in 1890, while an English naturalist wrote that he was once strangely capable of “to look after the flashing wooded area colours in unfading light.” Thoreau and the Language of Trees shows that Thoreau, with uncanny foresight, believed timber have been necessary to the maintenance of the world.