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“Vampire Diaries” – Supernatural Teen Drama Television Series






Violence against women

Words: 1363 (6 pages)

The Vampire Diaries is a hit supernatural teen drama television series about a seventeen-year-old girl, Elena, who is caught up in a mystical world between two extremely handsome vampire brothers. It’s very comparative to Twilight and Buffy the Vampire Slayer with the typical ‘teenage girl falls in love with a vampire’ story. It first aired…

What the Apple, the Bikes, and the Comfort Objects Symbolize in The Giver by Lois Lowry



The Giver

Words: 536 (3 pages)

Imagine a life where everything is planned for you from what family your going to and what job your going to be stuck with for the rest of your life. In the book “The Giver” everything from life to death is planned for you. There is no choice in anything you’re practically controlled by other…

Goodrich and Hackett’s Stage Adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank: A Summary

Anne Frank


World War II

Words: 925 (4 pages)

The Franks were once just a normal family, but when Hitler came into power things took a turn for the worst. The Frank Family consisted of Anne, Margot, Otto, and Edith. They resided in Amsterdam during WWII. In fear for their lives from the Nazis the Franks went into hiding with the Van Daans. At…

The Question of Honor in the Play Henry IV



William Shakespeare

Words: 2473 (10 pages)

As the play Henry IV comes to a close, once the battle is fought, The King is finally proud of his son for displaying, what he thinks is, honor by killing Hotspur. Throughout the play the characters are constantly trying to define honor and what it means to be honorable. However it seems different people…

Understanding Human Existence and Its Meaning Through the Famous Quote of Albert Camus

Albert Camus

Words: 699 (3 pages)

“Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee?” isa quote that is commonly attributed to French philosopher Albert Camus. However, there is no solid evidence that Camus was the source of this quote. Regardless, it is an interesting way to illustrate the absurd nature of the universe and reality. How can two such…

Starr Carter’s Struggle with Racial Injustice and Socioeconomic Status in The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas



The Hate U Give

Words: 828 (4 pages)

The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas, explores the topic of race in America from the eyes of the main character, Starr Carter. Starr is a teenage black girl that lives in the poor neighborhood of Garden Heights while attending a predominantly white school, Williamson Prep. Starr is placed in the difficult situation of living…

The Most Rewarding Decision I Ever Made in My Life



Words: 678 (3 pages)

“What is Stony Brook University?” I said, as I read through my emails after a college showcase. As I was about to delete the email from the school I‘d never heard of, my mother stopped me. Her and my father both told me that I should never write off a school that showed any interest…

A Picture of Ambition and Masculinity in Macbeth by William Shakespeare




Words: 998 (4 pages)

Ambition and masculinity in MacBeth illuminate MacBeth’s thirst for the crown, and how his Wish to preserve his manhood inhibit his actions making many question his masculinity due to his indecision. Constantly defending his masculinity to his wife. MacBeth actually commits more unhonorable acts in an attempt to protect his ideal of being a man….

The Role of Gods and Goddesses in the Fate and Destiny of Characters in The Iliad by Homer



Words: 806 (4 pages)

Homer’s tfhe Iliad is an epic poem written about the events that transpired during the war between the Achaians and Trojans and the fates of the warriors and Civilians. What is Fate? Britannicacom defines fate as an inevitable and often adverse outcome. condition. or end. Homer expresses the idea that the gods and goddesses intervene…

Sumerian Social Constructs in The Epic of Gilgamesh




Words: 952 (4 pages)

In every structured society constructs exist. which are deemed as obvious rules for citizens to adhere to although they may not be morally or realistically correct. Gilgamesh’s world in The Epic of Gilgamesh is centered around himself and his legacy in the town that he rules over. Uruk And while Gilgamesh may be the ruler…

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