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A. Conan Doyle's ‘Sherlock Holmes' / Reflection Of Self
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An 8 page paper that points out a few of the similar characteristics between Doyle and Sherlock Holmes. These characteristics include : frustrated? doctor (argument against), facts of music and addiction in common, a discussion of the Boer War from both perspectives, and a conclusion tying in this inter-relationship to the uniqueness of Doyle's writing. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Sherlock Holmes & His Creator -- One And The Same ?
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A 5 page paper discussing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle the creator of Sherlock Holmes. He was born to a father who was an artist and a mother who was an incredibly diligent worker. He had many brothers and sisters and lived a childhood of some poverty. He was educated in many places and in many subjects most of which he hated. He was abused by many of his teachers and was considered to be quite rebellious. His character Sherlock Holmes is predominantly a character study of himself as he saw himself and as he wished to see himself. Sherlock was an intelligent man with a kind manner as was Doyle. Both fought against the Germans in war. Both men were considered unique in their religious beliefs. Both were also kind men who rarely, if ever, spoke negatively of anyone. Some comparisons are made using a fictitious resume of Holmes'. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Sherlock Holmes / A Hard-Boiled Detective
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5 pages in length. There has not been another before or since quite like the inimitable fictional character of Sherlock Holmes, who stands out as being one of the most hard-boiled of all such detectives of his era. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Holmes' alter ego, was instrumental in creating one of the most brutish detectives of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The writer discusses the finer points of one of the grizzliest sleuths ever to hit print. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Society Resolved in Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock Holmes” Stories
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A five page paper on Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.” The paper shows how the conventions of the stories expose social expectations and conflicts within the British culture in which they were produced. Bibliography lists three sources.
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American Society in the Early 20th Century / Evidence In Literature
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A 10 page paper that compares John Milton Cooper's Pivotal Decades; Robert Wiebe's The Search for Order; Allan Spear's The Origins of the Urban Ghetto; and Robert Woods' The City Wilderness. The writer contends that while these works all take different perspectives on the time period, they also provide a complete view when considered together. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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James Fenimore Cooper
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6 pages in length. James Fenimore Cooper, the prolific author who has penned some of the most memorable literary works in American history, did not originally intend to be a writer; rather, the fact that he found his inherent ability to write was discovered quite by accident. His literary career began at the late age of thirty years old, in spite of the fact that he harbored an intense interest in reading just about everything that came his way. As time went on, Cooper focused more heartily upon his craft, as well as American issues, which served to thrust him into the literary world. The writer discusses Cooper's life and work. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCcoop.doc

James Fenimore Cooper's 'Last of the Mohicans' / Themes
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A 3 page essay that examines how Cooper uses the character of Uncas, the last of his tribe, to present Native Americans as a noble, admirable people and challenge the prejudicial attitudes of his day. The writer also argues that Cooper uses the character of Cora, who is of mixed heritage, to this purpose as well. Quotations from the source. Bibliography lists the book itself as the only source.
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James Fenimore Cooper's 'Last Of The Mohicans'/ Romancing The Mohicans
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A 7 page paper discussing The Last of the Mohicans as a classic American example of an early Romantic novel. It provides a short history and definition of Romanticism, then analyzes the novel from the point of view of setting, characterization, and theme. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: Mohican.doc


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