Monthly Archives: May 2010

Cleopatra’s Androgynous Nature: The Combination of Feminine, Natural Love and Masculine Passion

Cleopatra’s traits of both motherly, natural love and masculine, lustful passion in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra are demonstrated through the contrast between Cleopatra’s masculine obsession with status and war and her natural feminine and motherly attributes. Both her masculinity and femininity unite in her death. Continue reading

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Dante’s Use of St. Bernard’s Contemplative Process in The Divine Comedy

Bernard’s contemplative process progresses in that one progresses from first loving himself for his own sake to, for his own sake, loving God; then one comes to love God for God’s sake, and in the final stage, he comes to love himself only for God’s sake. Dante uses Bernard’s contemplative process within his journey through The Divine Comedy in order to demonstrate how Christians must restore their likeness to God, to show us the difference between hellish pride and heavenly pride, and to explain that the only way to God is through both the intellect and love. Continue reading

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Getting to the Top: The Split of Identity in Capitalistic Society

By examining the language used as each scene progresses in Top Girls and studying the dialogue between Roma/Lingk and Roma/Aaronow in Glengarry Glen Ross, it can be interpreted that the characters struggle with an underlying alternate identity which is surfacing and competing with their current one. This struggle for balance explains their hypocrisy and confusion throughout the plays.
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Summary of Skills Three years experience in news writing, feature writing, copy editing, and editorial responsibilities Ability to write accurately and effectively about a wide range of subject matter Skilled in interviewing, research, and working with writers Experience July 2011 … Continue reading

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