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Horatio Alger's 'Ragged Dick'/ Social Mobility
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A 5 page essay that discusses how this nineteenth century author's work revolved around the idea that through hard work and good character anyone could rise to the upper class in America and achieve the 'American Dream.' The writer shows how Ragged Dick, the original 'rags to riches' story, typified the formula that Alger followed for the rest of his career making the Horatio Alger story a part of American culture.
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Trapped at Home / The Status of Women in the Odyssey and the Old Testament
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A 6 page paper comparing the treatment of women in Homeric times (as illustrated by the tribulations of Penelope in the Odyssey) with the many rules and prohibitions given to women under early Judaic law. The paper concludes that both systems effectively tie women to the house without giving them any authority over it. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Women’s Roles in the 'Odyssey' and the Bible
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A five page paper comparing the degree of influence and/or power exhibited by the Biblical Rebekah versus Homer's ingenue Nausicaa. The paper argues that even though women in both Hebrew and Greek cultures were considered to have little power, they were often able to exercise power within the family structure which had far-ranging ramifications outside it. No additional sources.
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A Comparison of Heroes in Homer's 'Iliad'
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A 4 page comparison of the classic heroes Hektor and Achilles as presented by Homer in 'The Iliad.' It is proposed that while Achilles transcends the politics of his day and fights for his own cause, Hektor's tragedy is actually synonymous with the tragedy of Troy itself. No Bibliography.
Filename: Iliadcom.wps

A Comparison of Odysseus & Achilles
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In 5 pages the author compares the heroes in the 'Odyssey' and the 'Iliad.' Homer's 'Iliad' and his 'Odyssey' are both epic Greek poems. The hero in Homer's 'Odyssey' was Odysseus, and the hero in Homer's 'Iliad' was Achilles. Both poems were written by Homer, and many similarities as well as differences are seen between the two heroes. Although similar, those men were not carbon copies of each other, for they did have different characters. They were heroes first and foremost.
Filename: Odyach.doc

Achilles & Aeneas / Two Very Different Heroes
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A 5 page look at these two heroes of Homer's Iliad and Vergil's Aeneid, respectively, in terms of the cultures that created them. The paper asserts that these heroes are very different because their respective cultures valued different traits. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Achaen.doc

Achilles and Odysseus
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A 5 page paper contrasting these two classical heroes of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey respectively. The paper observes that the Iliad, through its characterization of the volatile and later chastened Achilles, shows the tempering and maturing effects of war, and the Odyssey, through its depiction of the strategic and noble Odysseus, is more reflective of the characteristics of a stable society. No additional sources.
Filename: KBiliad.wps

Achilles’ Anger in Homer’s “Iliad”
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A five page look at the motif of Achilles’ anger as it carries through Homer’s epic poem. The paper shows how Achilles goes from being a completely self-centered person to one who can share another’s sorrow, but it takes a terrible personal loss to bring him to this point. No additional sources.
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