Dr. Brian Chalk
September 9, 2011
In acknowledging the many groups of sinners in the Inferno, Dante chooses to place a
unique emphasis on a group of people readers undoubtedly did not even consider criminals, for
they are the p
Suffering in Disgrace
Lucys Physical and Emotional Suffering
Lucys physical suffering leads directly to her emotional/mental suffering (while we
dont witness Lucys rape firsthand, we see how it changes her into a mere shadow
of her former self).
Shakespeare Exercise 1
Making a Shakespeare masterpiece from the 1600s into a present day movie
could be challenging. Having to take into consideration the plot, language and emotion
of the work could be daunting. To do so,
Even in Death They Prevail
In Hitchcocks Rebecca and Whartons The Ladys Maid Bell, a over lying
theme, about someone who has died, continuing to control the lives of other though their
memories of the dead. Thei
Recently I had the pleasure of seeing Othello preformed live in Smith Auditorium.
It was an interesting experience, because of how the lights were kept on. The actors told
the audience that Shakespeare plays u
Formal Analysis Paper
The Great Nick?
The Great Gatsby is one of the most famous books that has been written to date.
The narrator Nick helps the reader to understand the events of the story though his
Extra credit two
(In a center somewhere near Norfolk, Kathy H. lays and waits to be taken to her
second donation. A woman she has never met before enters the room, she introduced
herself as Irene. Irene looked quite old, to
October 31, 2011
Neutralism: Unexpected Sins in the Inferno
When acknowledging the many groups of sinners in the Inferno, Dante chooses to
place a unique emphasis on a group of people readers likely did not even co