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The Use of Symbols of Woman and Earth
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Stephen Dedalus is born of a woman, created of the earth; pure in his childhood innocence. From this beginning stems the birth of an artist, and from this the novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, James Joyce recounts Stephen's story. His journey is followed from childhood to maturity, and thus his transformation from secular to saintly to an awakening of what he truly is. The novel evolves from simple, childlike diction, to sophisticated, high ... He first begins to questions the purity of his mother, his creator, his earth, when confronted by class mates, who taunt and confuse the innocent act of kissing his mother. He suddenly wonders, "Was it right to kiss his mother or wrong to kiss his mother? ... She is the giver of life to man as earth is to nature, creating the tie between earth and women: the bearers, the creators of life. ... This last female has a strong connection with the earth. ... She is described as part of the earth, as part of nature, "Her long slender bare legs were delicate as a crane's and pure save where an em... Wordcount: 1363 Pages: 5
The Good Earth and The Joy Luck Club
In the two works, The Good Earth and The Joy Luck Club, the authors explored the different elements of Chinese society of the time. By giving examples from the two books, one would be able to see the differences and similarities in Wang Lung's generation and the mothers from Joy Luck's generations. The differences and similarities would be best shown by tracing through the aspects of the concepts of filial piety, the role of women, and traditional Chinese ways, beliefs and cultural idiosyncrac ... In the two works, The Good Earth and The Joy Luck Club, the authors explored the different elements of Chinese society of the time. ... In the Good Earth, filial piety can be seen through Wang Lung and his father and also his uncle. ... In the Good Earth, Wang Lung's wife O-Lan was a slave girl and their marriage was setup by Wang Lung's father. ... This can be shown in Good Earth also when O-Lan has a girl, Wang calls her his poor fool. ... An-Mei refused to give up hope and believe Bing was unable to be saved, she would try to fight fate, thinking she could find him, after the ... Wordcount: 1808 Pages: 7
Humans and the Destruction of Nature
We as human beings are very fortunate to be living on this planet that we call Earth. We toil over the land, and in return, we receive provisions off of which we live. Even though we get all that we need from this bountiful land, we still for some reason feel like we need to alter it. In doing so we also end up ruining the land that we thrive on. We reshape the world to fit our individual needs, and the earth just doesn"t work that way. Everything on this planet has a purpose, from the largest a ... We as human beings are very fortunate to be living on this planet that we call Earth. ... The Earth is being destroyed every day whether it is by humans or the earth itself. ... So we as humans should not put any more strain on Mother Nature than she needs. ... With the intrusion of man on these untamed land, they started killing the wolves to save the dear. ... We were all put on this Earth for a purpose. ... Wordcount: 1089 Pages: 4
A Myth is a Tradition
A myth is a tradition, often an ancient story, dealing with supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes that serves to describe an accepted fundemental view of people. These views are communicated by explaining aspects of the natural world or outlining the psychology, customs, or ideals of a society. Many years ago, when science had not yet reached a higher level, the people of our world searched for answers to questions that could not be answered. During the time when these myths were created ... Gaea was known as mother earth, who nourishes all life. ... Gaea became the mother and Uranus became the father. ... Recreation for this myth took place when Deucalion and Phayrrha threw stones, which represented the bones of mother earth. ... In Genesis however, all living things were not destroyed, two of every kind of living creature were saved on the ark, so that when the last of the flood had dried, the animals as well has Noah and his family, exited the ark, and all took care of repopulating the earth for their respected species. ... The Mother Goddess Nugua created the first people,... Wordcount: 2663 Pages: 11
Nu Wa Myth - Chinese Myth and Legends
In every culture there is a god/goddess who stands out above the others. In Chinese legends the deity that stands out above the rest is the goddess Nu Wa. In all readings it is only good things that being written about this goddess. She is credited not only with the creation of man, but also restoring order between the heavens and earth. She is not only the most humble and caring of all deities but also one of the most important in Chinese mythology. Maybe the best way to describe Nu Wa is ... She is credited not only with the creation of man, but also restoring order between the heavens and earth. ... Maybe the best way to describe Nu Wa is to simply call her a mother figure. ... Or would it be more appropriate to call her mother Nu Wa because it was Fu Xi and her whom were the first couple to be wedded and later with the consent of the gods given the right to create other people. ... Nu Wa repaired the damaged and saved the world from extinction. ... While others say that she had just road off to heaven and never spoke of the earth again. ... Wordcount: 567 Pages: 2
The Horse Dealers Daughter
Short Story Analysis : The Preparation for Mabel"s Transfiguration In the short story "The Horse Dealer"s Daughter" by D. H. Lawrence, Mabel Pervin feels as though she lives in two opposite worlds. The fantasies and thoughts of her long time dead mother seem to her more real than her home life and brothers. Before Mabel fell in love with Jack Fergusson, she believed that taking her life would be more beneficial than continuing to live her routine life. To die, she was convinced, would reunit ... This is a contradiction due to the fact that if Mabel took her life, one cannot conceive or believe the idea that she would enter a world more real than her current life on earth. ... Following the death of her mother, there was nobody left on earth that Mabel loved or was loved by. ... Mabel"s mother had entered an unknown world, and out of love, Mabel wanted to follow her thinking that it would be better than earth. ... The love and passion she now feels for Jack, and his love for her in return, create a fulfilling and meaningful life for Mabel on earth. ... Fortunately, she is saved by Jack... Wordcount: 1036 Pages: 4
A Loving Mother
'It is the ultimate gesture of a loving mother. It is the outrageous claim of a slave"(Morrison 1987). These are the words that Toni Morrison used to describe the actions of the central character within the novel, Beloved. That character, Sethe, is presented as a former slave woman who chooses to kill her baby girl rather than allowing her to be exposed to the physically, emotionally, and spiritually oppressive horrors of a life spent in slavery. Sethe's action is indisputable: She has k ... 'It is the ultimate gesture of a loving mother. ... Does Sethe kill her baby girl because she wants to save the baby from slavery or does Sethe end her daughter's life because of a selfish refusal to reenter a life of slavery? ... s character suggests that although the killing act might have been committed out of a irrational, hysterical, loving mother's need to "protect" her children, Sethe's "claim" that she was and is justified in those actions can not be accepted. ... Sethe's undaunted pride is illustrated by her words, "And no one, nobody on this earth, would l... Wordcount: 1619 Pages: 6
Teachings of Kung Fuzi
Pre-communist society was based on the teachings of Kung Fuzi (Confucius, 550-478 BC), whose main doctrine explained that inequality of the sexes in society was natural and necessary. He thought that everyone had his place- and a woman's place was at the bottom of the hierarchy. Kung Fuzi stated 'Women are human but lower than men' and 'It is the law of nature that woman should not be allowed any will of her own.' In Daughters of the Dragon, by Christine Hall, she lists many beliefs and prove ... In Pearl Buck's The Good Earth and other book resources about China, women are exploited by society. ... For example, in Bound Feet and Western Dress, Chang describes a ceremony at birth where "when a boy [is] born to the house, the servants [save] his umbilical cord in a jar under Mama's bed. ... A girl [leaves] her father's house as soon as she [comes] of age, and there was no need to save the umbilical cord of a guest" (p. 6). The umbilical cord is what attaches a baby to her mother. By breaking the connection between mother and child, it is shown that a daughter did not h... Wordcount: 1240 Pages: 5
A Report on Abstinence
At the very beginning of the book, in the first chapter, the author makes it very clear that Missy (Taylor), did not want to get pregnant, like all the rest of the girls in Pittman County. In fact it was the last thing on earth that she wanted. Funny thing about that I guess, in that the last thing on earth that she wanted to happen to her, happened to her. After all those years of not having sex, and not wanting to get pregnant, and after all the precautions she took, she ends up with ... In fact it was the last thing on earth that she wanted. Funny thing about that I guess, in that the last thing on earth that she wanted to happen to her, happened to her. ... While she was working she had saved enough money, on top of help paying for the bills etc., she was able to save up enough money to buy a car. ... Taylor"s goal had now shifted from I don"t want to get pregnant and be like all the other girls in Pittman County, to I want to be a responsible mother for this child. ... After she makes her decision to keep Turtle, their relationship grows immensely, and Taylor s... Wordcount: 730 Pages: 3
'The Bless Me Ultima'
"Bless Me Ultima" In the book "Bless Me Ultima", by Rudolpho Anaya, there were two families represented, the Marez family and the Lunas family. These two families were very different, but were brought together by the marriage of Gabriel Marez and Maria Lunas. Through the eyes of their son Antonio one may see the comparison of the two. The differentiation of these two families is very clearly noticeable, such as in their personalities, the expression of their religion, and their everyday ways o ... On the other hand the Lunas are more down to earth. ... This is clearly shown in the book where Antonio states, "My mother was a devout Catholic, and so she saw the salvation of the soul rooted in the Holy Mother Church, and she said the world would be saved if the people turned to the earth.... Wordcount: 591 Pages: 2
Cultural Distinctions of The Vaqueros and Lunas
Luna or Vaquero? The Vaqueros and Lunas are two very different cultures. Lunas are very quiet people who farm and live by the moon. Vaqueros are very wild people and don"t like to stay in one place. Tony"s parents are both. His moms" family are Lunas and his dads" family are Vaqueros. Tony has to decide what blood runs through him before he will know who he really is. The Vaqueros are people of the Llano. "They are exuberant, restless people, wandering across the ocean of the plain ... "(90) "They will not gather crops or save next years seeds unless the moon dictated."(249) They come from men who hold earth as their brother and they do the same. ... His mother wants him to become a priest and help out the community and live life with God at his side. ... "He has so many dreams to be fulfilled, but Ultima tells him that his destiny must unfold like a flower, with only the sun and the earth and water making it blossom, and no one else meddling with it.... He is very influenced about being a priest when he goes to visit his uncles and by his mother. ... Wordcount: 477 Pages: 2
Preserving Our Mother Land
Arguementative Environment Currently, a controversy is swirling over the issues raised by the despoiling of the world's natural environment. Poet Stanley Kunitz in "The War Against the Trees" depicts a man watching his neighbor, "who sold his lawn to standard oil" (Kunitz 122), laugh as bulldozers ruin the natural beauty of the grounds with its "forsythia-forays and hydrangea-raids" (Kunitz 123). As industry wages war not just against flowers and shrubbery, but also against the town's pleasa ... Nonetheless, no one can deny that the earth, while not on the brink of annihilation, has been polluted and our air contaminated by the inroads created by the mechanized era. ... It is hard to doubt that human beings are wasting or eroding the earth which we all live on. ... By 1998, knowledgeable people must be familiar with the assault on the earth and its living creatures resulting from industrial abuse. ... Partisanship should not taint programs to save the environment, and cooperation should be the key word. ... In spite of all the thunder on the right and warning signals on the ... Wordcount: 2313 Pages: 9
Owen Meany by John Irvin
In the novel written by John Irvin, A Prayer for Owen Meany, the protagonist, Owen Meany is portrayed an image which exhibits an unusual form of God through his actions and words. Owen Meany spoke and contributed in numerous ways to inform others of God, demonstrated characteristics, that proves his existence is more than special and for a purpose, and also visualized occurrences of many key future events. Firstly, as Owen grew up, he began delivering his messages on life and faith ... Owen believed he was the reason John's mother Tabitha was killed. ... Owen Meany believed he had just interrupted the angel of death at her work, and was passed the torch of John's mother's death. ... Owen with all his heart believed God was trusting him, to do his job on earth. ... Owen wrote of these dreams in his diary, he states, "THE WAY THEY LOOK AT ME, I KNOW TWO THINGS, I KNOW I SAVED THEN, I DON'T KNOW HOW. ... He appeared content and remained faithful in his journey to save these children. ... Wordcount: 706 Pages: 3
Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me Ultima
Children believe what their parents tell them but as they get older they start to question that which used to be unquestionable. Bless Me, Ultima is a novel by Rudolfo Anaya about a young Chicano boy, Antonio Juan Marez y Luna, who is growing up and seeing the world for how cruel it really is. A wise old curandera, or faith healer, Ultima, arrives just before Tony receives his first glimpse into the world of men. Ultima gives Tony spiritual healing throughout the book, as well as advice to kee ... Tony doubts his abilities as a priest, even though he is not one, because his mother dreams for him to become a priest. ... Whereas, "A priest could have saved Lupito.... " (31), by listening to his mother, and realizes that one day he would be grown up and lose his innocence to become a man. Because of this Tony sees how cruel God can be by putting boys on earth to grow up and become men. ... With "A new sun to shine its good light upon a new earth.... Wordcount: 1726 Pages: 7
The Article, The Land Ethic
Land Ethics in Our Communities While wading through the reserved reading in the library, I came across the article, "The Land Ethic", which caught my eye, as well as sparked an interest deep within me. It revealed the idea that we, as humans, tend to be quite caught up in the idea of community; community between neighbors, co-workers, etc. seems to be something we strive for in our society. It seems that we have not integrated the land into our idea of community, and I feel that this is a se ... This is vital for the future existence of an Earth that is habitable and non-toxic. ... Although there is some level of awareness of the vandalism we are acting out onto our earth, there is less being said to members of our society on what they can do to reverse, change, or slow down the process of destruction. ... A possible addition to the small amount of education currently being done in this country, is the teaching of basic conservation science classes in elementary school; maybe if we start now, their generation will be brought up to mother the earth that has nurtured them. ... More edu... Wordcount: 752 Pages: 3
Critical Analysis for "A Tale of Two Cities"
A Tale of Two Cities - Critical Analysis In 1859, Charles Dickens wrote the book A Tale of Two Cities. In A Tale, Dickens writes about the French Revolution, and relates the events in the lives of two families, one French and one English. In addition to writing about a very interesting fiction plot, Dickens also tied in a wide variety of important themes and sub plots that keep the reader interested as well as portraying very valuable lessons for us even today. He chose very archetypical char ... Her sister and mother were assaulted by the brothers Evremonde. ... Charles Darnay went back into the war-torn France from his safe house and family in England to save his former servant Gabelle from the hands of the rebels. ... However there is more to him as he said "I cause no harm to any man on earth, and no man on earth cares for me" (page 99). ... Charles Darnay's soul had been spiritually resurrected and saved from being killed. ... He saved his friends life. ... Wordcount: 1170 Pages: 5
Elements of Christianity in Beowulf
Beowulf is one of the great heroic poems in English literature. The epic follows a courageous warrior named Beowulf throughout his young, adult life and into his old age. As a young man, Beowulf becomes a legendary hero when he saves the land of the Danes from the hellish creatures, Grendel and his mother. Later, after fifty years pass, Beowulf is an old man and a great king of the Geats. A monstrous dragon soon invades his peaceful kingdom and he defends his people courageously, dying in the pr ... As a young man, Beowulf becomes a legendary hero when he saves the land of the Danes from the hellish creatures, Grendel and his mother. ... The author has fairly exhaulted the fights with Grendel, his mother, and the dragon into a conflict between powers of good and evil. ... The worms who devour man"s corpse after death, the dragons and serpents who receive his soul in hell, and the dragon of sin and mortality who rules over earth until Christ cancels for all time the work of the tempest. ... They each gave up their lives to save the people. ... All that is left of the epic is the her... Wordcount: 1570 Pages: 6
Beowulf
BEOWULF AS A CHRIST-LIKE FIGURE The epic poem, Beowulf, recounts the tale of a man named Beowulf who sacrifices his own safety to save the Danes from two evil dragons. Then, years later, Beowulf risks his life yet again to save his own people from a dragon. Throughout the story, Beowulf is presented as a Christ-like figure. This is manifested in the events that take place, the way that Beowulf speaks about himself, and the way the people treat him. The first way Beowulf's likeness to Christ is r ... BEOWULF AS A CHRIST-LIKE FIGURE The epic poem, Beowulf, recounts the tale of a man named Beowulf who sacrifices his own safety to save the Danes from two evil dragons. Then, years later, Beowulf risks his life yet again to save his own people from a dragon. ... Then, the crucifixion is portrayed when Beowulf fights Grendel's mother. ... Jesus also knew that it was his mission to come down to earth to save his people from their sins. ... Wordcount: 607 Pages: 2
Abortion 8
Abortion: Right, Wrong, or a Little of Both? Abortion is a controversial topic that has been debated heavily for several years. Some say that life begins upon conception, and therefore performing an abortion is purposely murdering a human. Others say that to be considered a fully functioning human being, skills such as reasoning, and the ability to live independent from any type of host, must first be developed. These people feel that life begins upon birth, rather than conception, and so ... To be killed before having one fair chance at life on earth is the most cruel and unfair thing to do to someone. ... Another person is kidnapped, (whom we will call PB for Person B), to save the victim's life. ... In this case, PB was taken and was offered to save PA's life against his own will. He did not volunteer to save PA's life, nor did he, in any way, assume any form of responsibility for it. ... Secondly, I am not against having an abortion done to save the mother's life. ... Wordcount: 1956 Pages: 8
The Epic Poem Beowulf
The epic poem "Beowulf," written in the Eighth Century, is predominantly written based on pagan beliefs. It is evident, as the story traveled by word of mouth, many Christian beliefs were added. Christianity, at the time this epic was written, was on a steady incline. Many missionaries were traveling all over England preaching the word and leaving their mark. Beowulf can be analyzed for both its pagan motifs-fate, superhuman behavior, reparation, and many gods- as well as its Christian overton ... A prime example of superhuman powers, in the poem, is Beowulf"s battle with Grendel"s mother. ... Bewoulf is only able to defeat Grendel"s mother by attaining a magical sword hammered by giants. ... Beowulf attains wergild, another key pagan concept, by slaying Grendel and his mother. ... Beowulf shows his loyalty by traveling from the land of the Geats in order to save a country in need of a savior. ... Beowulf dies for these sins in order to save his people just as Jesus died for the sins of mankind. ... Wordcount: 992 Pages: 4
Alfred Nobel: An Overview of the Life and Inventor of Dynamite
Alfred Nobel The inventor of dynamite was a very important roll to take part in. The ultimate inventor of it was a mane named Alfred Nobel. Before dynamite, miners had to use nitrogen to blow holes in rock and other things. However it is too volatile and can explode incredibly easily. Alfred changed all this. Alfred Nobel was born on October 21st 1833 in Stockholm. He studied their until1842 when his family moved to St. Petersburg in Russia. Since his father was an influential inv ... This substance consisted of (diatomeus earth) marine organisms diatoms. ... It saved laves and time. ... Many people will benefit from the Nobel prizes including such people as Mother Theresa and Ernest Rutherford. ... Wordcount: 505 Pages: 2
The Preservation of Aquatic Species through Behavioral Studies
To Save the Whales we must save the Ocean, To Save the Ocean we must save the Whales Introduction The whale populations around the world have plummeted since the late 19th and early 20th century. Some of these great animals have become extinct while others are in great danger of becoming extinct. The main culprit in their demise is man. Mankind, knowingly and unknowingly, have single handedly put this beautiful creatures at death's door. Human actions such as whaling, over-fishing, ... To Save the Whales we must save the Ocean, To Save the Ocean we must save the Whales Introduction The whale populations around the world have plummeted since the late 19th and early 20th century. ... This being the case, humans are also the only hope these animals have in being saved; in doing so, we will in turn save the oceans as well as ourselves. There are many reasons why these mammals should be saved. ... These animals are one of the most beautiful creatures God has ever put on this earth. Also since God did put all creatures in this earth, there had to be a reason. ... Wordcount: 6287 Pages: 25
The Tragedy of the Commons: Points Lead to a Central Idea
The Tragedy of the Commons. The essay The Tragedy of the Commons makes many points that all lead up to a central idea. These points all revolve around the central idea that there is only a finite amount of land and resources available on the Earth. And that the population of the earth is either approaching or is already at the Earth's carrying capacity. The essay brings up the view that there is no technical solution to the problem of overpopulation and we need to try to develop other ways ... And that the population of the earth is either approaching or is already at the Earth's carrying capacity. The essay brings up the view that there is no technical solution to the problem of overpopulation and we need to try to develop other ways to limit the population growth instead of relying on technology to save us. ... The comparison that the essay uses that of the commons to the earth. ... The essay relates the activities of the commons to what is taking place on the earth today. ... I also believe that necessity is the mother of invention and the rate of progress in technology ... Wordcount: 1116 Pages: 4
Pearl of the Scarlet Letter: A Demon In An Angels Clothing
Children are, by nature, incredibly sensitive creatures. They can sense almost any emotion an adult might feel just by observing a particular person"s body language and facial expressions. Such is the case with the youthful Pearl from the novel The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorn. One of the most complex and elaborate characters in this novel is Pearl, the daughter of Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale. As the daughter of the adulteress Hester Prynne, the townspeople view Pearl as a demon ... But in good earnest now, Mother dear, what does this scarlet letter mean? ... "The neighboring townspeople...had given out that poor little Pearl was a demon offspring; such as, ever since old Catholic times, had occasionally been seen on earth, through the agency of their of their mother"s sin, and to promote some foul and wicked purpose..." (95-96). ... "Why, what is this, Mother?...... Without hearing a single word uttered, Pearl can easily see how Dimmesdale saves both her and her mother from a situation neither would enjoy. ... "And, Mother, he has his hand over his heart! ... Wordcount: 1141 Pages: 5
Hippocrates: The Father of Medicine
"In the beginning was Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, who freed the emerging science from the chains of superstition, introduced empirical observation and the bedside manner, and both identified and named 'hysteria"" (Gilman 1993, 3). Hippocrates, lived in ancient Greece from 460 BCE to 377 BCE, the first [known] person to study hysterical actions believed (as did the proceding Greeks and Romans) that hysteria was strictly a female problem, and in many cases almost any problem a fema ... ., the earth is the center of the universe [Copernicus, 1473-1543], God did not create man, instead we evolved from apes [Darwin, 1809-1882] (100). ... Her mother therefore receives no sexual pleasure from her husband/Dora"s father. ... Mother wanted to stop and save her jewel-case; but Father said: 'I refuse to let myself and my two children be burnt for the sake of your jewel-case." ... As for the jewel-case, Dora"s father had given Dora"s mother a bracelet that she [Dora"s mother] openly rejected. ... Where her mother wanted to save the jewelry. ... Wordcount: 1692 Pages: 7