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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Henry James' Washington Square: The Application of Szacz's The Myth of Mental Illness
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This 7 page paper considers the application of Szacz's The Myth of Mental Illness to the basic premises of Shelley's Frankenstein and James' Washington Square. This paper considers the nature of mental illness as a construct of societal views and defines the implications for the main characters in both novels. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MHfranke.wps

Realism in 'Daisy Miller' By Henry James
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A 3.5 page paper which defines the term ‘realism,’ then examines how it is used in Henry James’ 1877 novel, 'Daisy Miller,' through descriptive passages and characters. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TGdmreal.rtf

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / Raphael, the Angel, as Guide
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A 10 page paper discussing the character of Raphael, the angel, and his role as guide in John Milton's Paradise Lost. Raphael and his inherent qualities are examined as they relate to the issue of guidance. He has been sent from God to Adam in order to warn him of his possible doom. He tells Adam the tale of war in Heaven and illustrates how Satan had disobeyed God. He has done this in order that Adam may better understand his own predicament. The reason for Raphael as a guide is also addressed as well as the general subject matter of guidance.
Filename: Raphael.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / Satan
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A 5 page paper looking at the character of Satan in terms of Milton's own ideas on righteousness. The paper argues that Milton feels that Satan is too brilliant for his own good, and contrasts the 'righteous acceptance' which characterizes Christ with the 'ambitious evil' that characterizes Satan. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Satnlost.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / Satan's Pain
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An 8 page essay on the physical pain of Satan, as depicted in John Milton's in classic epic, Paradise Lost. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Painsa.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / Satan's Perspective
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This 5 page report discusses the perspective of Satan in Books I and IX of 'Paradise Lost' by John Milton. His attitudes toward God, creation, right and wrong, as well as strategies are examined. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Miltsata.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / Satan's Role
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5 pages in length. The role of Satan in John Milton's Paradise Lost is a representation of humanity's fascination with sin. The paradoxical character, who was considerably more interesting than that of his counterpart, God, mirrors the wanton desires surging upward through each and every mortal being, yet he also symbolizes the precise presence those same mortals are trying to escape. The writer discusses Satan's role with regard to motive, character relation and overall function within the literary work. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Parasata.wps

John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' / The Character Of Adam
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A 9 page paper on Adam in Milton's epic poem. It discusses the faults found in Adam's character that led to the Fall (and whether they really were faults at all), and his personality transformation after the Fall. It also compares him to both Christ and Satan. Bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: Adam.wps


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