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  1. Clever or handsome

    A person may be good looking. He impresses others by his personality. Others might find him handsome. But once they get to know him, they may find many faults in his character and their first impression about him gets tarnished. They may even start to hate him because of the flaws in his character. His...

  2. Clever or handsome

    important to be clever than beautiful or handsome. There are different opinions on this topic. Some of them support the statement while the others against it. For me, clever is always the most important thing in my life. Being clever is much better than handsome or beautiful because the smarter me always...

  3. Tall, Dark and Handsome

    and Handsome. Throughout the rest of Ms. Ellis’s essay she brings across the difference between what ladies think that the words tall, dark and handsome mean versus the actual definitions of the word tall, dark, and handsome. So when ladies are looking for a guy that is Tall, Dark, and Handsome, what...

  4. HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES

     HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES Once in a kingdom there was a king who never ever helped the people of his own kingdom and on the other side there was a man who help people even in storm and at night time. Once the king saw that people of his kingdom respect and love the man more than...

  5. Narrative Perspective in a Dance Scene of Pride and Prejudice. Comment on the dance scene using a rhetorical analysis. What does the narrator with her moving perspective bring you to understand about society, Lizzy, about pride and prejudice? How?

    IN-CLASS ESSAY MARCH 3, 2010 COMMENT ON THE DANCE SCENE USING A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS. WHAT DOES THE NARRATOR WITH HER MOVING PERSPECTIVE BRING YOU TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT SOCIETY, LIZZY, ABOUT PRIDE AND PREJUDICE? HOW? One of the most unique techniques used by Jane Austen, in Pride and Prejudice, is...

  6. Discuss Cathy's feeling for Heathcliff and Edgar. Why does Cathy choose Edgar? Link answer to the time the novel is set? What is Nelly's attitude? By Kala HarveyUK spellings.

    for Edgar are very different to what she feels for Heathcliff. For Edgar she feels no great passion as she does for Heathcliff. The reasons she gives for loving Edgar are because he's handsome, pleasant to be with, young, cheerful and because he loves her. Cathy herself describes her love for Edgar...

  7. Pride and Prejudice - Essay 3

    portrayed the theme of pride in this novel when he commented on Elizabeth appearance that was not enough to entice him. ‘She is tolerable; but not handsome enough to tempt me...’ His characters in the story depicted him as a pompous and sophisticated gentleman. In the beginning, being proud of his wealth...

  8. vladimir propp

    expectations in the mind of an audience from within that same culture eg fairy tales always have happy endings or the princess always marries the handsome prince. After the initial situation is depicted, the tale takes the following sequence: 1. A member of a family leaves home (the hero is introduced); ...

  9. Consider the Final Resolution of the Novel. Is the Ending a Fairy Tale One (Recall That Fairy Tales End with "And They Lived Happily Ever After")? How Does the Novel Expand Upon and Complicate This Ending? Does the

    of the novel. Is the ending a fairy tale one (recall that fairy tales end with "and they lived happily ever after")? How does the novel expand upon and complicate this ending? Does the ending play up the romance, or the social satire? What is the final message, which the novel leaves us with? Many...

  10. The Wyfe of Bath and Feminism

    idea how women felt about this, but it's possible they were not at all pleased; who in their right mind would enjoy not getting to sleep with a handsome man who loved you? And they say women are a tease. The Wyfe of Bath, on the other hand, is not repressing anything. She is not dowdy...

  11. How does Austen present the relationship between Lizzie and Darcy in the first twenty chapters of the novel? Essay on Pride and Prejudice novel by Jane Austen

    How does Austen present the relationship between Lizzie and Darcy in the first twenty chapters of the novel?The relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy is without doubt an incredibly tempestuous one, but the main problems at the start of their relationship all arise because of their own personal qualities...

  12. How does Austen shape the reader’s impression of Darcy’s character in the introduction?

    slightly too loudly to Mr Bingley about Lizzie. Lizzie being the sharp character she is overhears Mr Darcy saying that Lizzie is ‘tolerable but not handsome enough to tempt me.’ This could suggest that Darcy believes that Lizzie may be enough to tempt other men but is certainly not suitable for a man of...

  13. how does austen develop her characterisation

    How does Austen develop her characterisation in the opening chapters of the novel? It is a truth universally acknowledged that in the first few chapters of a book, the reader decides whether they like it or not. In order for the author to sell the story at the beginning, it is necessary for them to...

  14. Does The Media Have A Negative Impact On Body Image

    influenced their idea of a perfect body shape. Media does not only negatively effect on teens and adults, it also affects young children. Many characters in children's' television shows and stories involves a thin ‘beautiful’ princess and a ‘handsome’ prince, and a ‘fat ugly’ enemy influencing kids at...

  15. A Memorable Day

    can sing well. She can draw paintings well, and she can also stitch garments beautifully. She is very fond of me. But now-a-days my beloved sister does not live with us. She is in her husband's house, because she was married last year, after her examination result was out. My brother- in-law is an advocate...

  16. The Picture of Dorian Gray 3

    brilliant work from the end of the 19th century containing horror features. The narrative is set in London and the main characters are: Dorian Gray, a handsome young man, who wishes to be young forever; Lord Henry Wotton, a witty and very sociable man, who plays a vital role in Dorian’s life; an artist, Basil...

  17. Does Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice Follow the Conventions of a Romantic Novel?

    Does Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice follow the conventions of a romantic novel? A conventionally romantic novel usually focuses on the relationship between a physically attractive man and woman. The hero and heroine usually meet early in the story and fall in love at first sight. The two lovers...

  18. Society Does Emphasis on Phsycal Appearance

    have nothing to offer but your youth and beauty.        A person with perfect features and flawless skin who feels insecure and resentful cannot, and does not, radiate beauty, only anxiety. When people start “running for their lives”—i.e., running to plastic surgeons biannually, the message they send is...

  19. Jane Eyre Bildungsroman Essay

    characters, flourishes emotionally by passionate feelings of love, sorrow and hatred, and develops spiritually with the guidance of a close companion and handsome lover. Jane grows intellectually while attending Lowood in many ways. At Lowood, she learns more about religion because of Helen Burns, as well...

  20. How Effectively does Orwell Introduce the reader to the New Society of 1984, in Chapter One of Novel? George Orwell 1984

    leader of the totalitarianism state, Big Brother, he does this by pointing out the oversized poster Big Brother at the end of the corridor. Orwell describes the figure in the picture as a "man of forty-five, with a heavy black moustache and ruggedly handsome features." Orwell's description of Big Brother,...

  21. To what extent does shakespeare intend the audience to sympathise with shylock in "the merchant of venice"

    To what extent does Shakespeare intend the audience to sympathise with Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice" "The Merchant of Venice" is a problem play, because it could be seen as a tragedy or a comedy. The contemporary audience would have mainly consisted of predominantly white males, they are an anti-semitic...

  22. Wuthering Heights

    Catherine’s Love Heathcliff “It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff now; so he shall never know how much I love him; and that, not because he’s handsome, Nelly, but because he’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same, and Edgar’s is as different as a moonbeam...

  23. In what way does media contribute to gender roles?

    In what way does media contribute to gender roles/ gender stereotypes? Gender stereotypes are created because of mainly two reasons, first reason is to rapidly establish a recognition towards a diverse and general group of people, which in this case are the two genders. Second reason is...

  24. How Far Does the Pride and the Prejudice of Both Elizabeth and Mr.Darcy Blind Them to the True Characters of Others in the Novel ?

    and the importance of her first impressions are put forward from the very start of the novel. Ever since Mr.Darcy said “she is tolerable; bur not handsome enough to tempt me” at the first ball, Elizabeth has always thought badly of him. Which shows us how Elizabeth’s fist impression of Darcy made an...

  25. What has Austen to say about the position of women in society and how does she convey her opinions on this topic from chapters one to ten?

    about Mrs and Miss Bates being single and poor, but still happy. "Her daughter enjoyed a most uncommon degree of popularity for a woman neither young, handsome, rich, nor married... and yet she was a happy woman..." showed that even though Miss Bates was not good looking, wealthy, or married, she was still...

  26. How Does Jane Austen Create Negative Feelings Towards Mr. Darcy in the First Few Chapters of Pride and Prejudice?

    How does Jane Austen create negative feelings towards Mr. Darcy in the first few chapters of Pride and Prejudice? Jane Austen wrote her book about life for women in the nineteenth century; the Regency period. For women in this period, life was very unbalanced, women were not perceived as equals and...

  27. How Effectively Does the Opening Chapter of Pride and Prejudice Introduce the Reader to the Central Characters and Concerns of the Novel?

    ironic because a man with a fortune does not necessarily need a wife, as much as a woman, who has no means of outside support in the 19th century, is greatly in need of a wealthy spouse. When the reader meets Mr Darcy, a wealthy and ‘fine, tall person', with ‘handsome features' the ‘ladies declared that...

  28. Physical attraction

    many situations. If you look good, you feel good. Every person wants to look his best. Physical appearance does affect your overall personality. Those who are fortunate to be born beautiful or handsome have an edge over others in their public dealings. People all over the world spend millions of dollars...

  29. The Land Lady

    Dahl is a story about a young teenager called Billy Weaver, aged 17. He decided to go out into the big wide world all by himself. The first thing Billy does is tries to find a place to stay. Then a sign catches his eyes and which hypnotizes him to stay there. He rings the doorbell and a middle-aged ‘Landlady’...

  30. A Christmas Carol Essay

    hand has a lot of money yet is not happy. The quote I have to support this point is “There was nothing of high remark about this, they were not a handsome family, they were not well dressed, and their clothes were far from being water-proof, their clothes were scanty and Peter may have known like the...