Confucian texts

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  • Two Main Characters In The Story Of Miss Li

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    took him in and cared for him. Soon, she became an ideal Confucian woman and led him back to great wealth in power by helping him learn “the five texts” and making sure he was ready to take the Civil Serves Examination. Even though Miss Li was not what most Chinese call a proper woman, later became an ideal Confucian woman and wife by following the Admonitions for Women and the Analects for Women. One-way Miss Li became an Ideal Confucian woman is with her humility. After finding the young man in

  • Cultural Context in How Many Miles to Babylon, Sive and 32a

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    context of a text can determine the characters and events of the text greatly. Discuss in relation to at least two texts you have studied in your comparative studies course. Texts studied: How Many Miles to Babylon, by Jennifer Johnston (HMMB) Sive, by John B Keane 32A, directed by Marian Quinn The texts I have studied as part of my comparative course are greatly determined by the cultural context of the text; we can see results of this on both characters and events of each text. In each text I have

  • Let Me Begin By Saying

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    “Palmyra”. My partner was the wonderful and always gracious, Jury. I was very confident and comfortable around my classmate until I started reading the text. I listened to Jury read and felt she read quite well. I thought to myself how hard it could be to read this short page. In fact, I was a little excited to see my score even before I began reading the text. It 's that competitive gene that I was born with. My goal was to get a better score than Jury. As soon as I began reading, I could feel something

  • Rilke Poem Poetry

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    In the text “Letters To A Young Poet” Rilke seems to have a subtly rude tone in the passage. Rilke often criticizes Franz in a mature manner so it doesn't seem as such. Then, towards the end of the of the paragraph he begins to give him some advice and constructively criticize Franz. From the third paragraph to end of the text Rilke is giving genuine advice as to how to make his career to the best of his ability. Franz, as a hopeful 19 year old, sent a letter to a man name Rilke. When Franz sent

  • A Research Study On Application Of Permission From A Single 1.5 Hour Interview, With A Grade 1-2

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    Introduction Permission from the parent was gained before the interview was conducted (Appendix 1). All privacy will be retained and therefore for the purpose of this learning profile, the child will be referred to as Child A. This Early Literacy Profile will detail information gathered from a single 1.5-hour interview, with a Grade 1-2 child. Key areas that will be discussed are both writing and reading interests and behaviours. These will be discussed in relation to Funds of Knowledge, which

  • The Themes Of Empathy

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    multiple works, including text 3 and 4. Text 3, a comic panel, exhibits the lack of empathy in a simpler manner. It shows the lack of empathy through a paranoid cynicist, a boy afraid of swimming who distrusts his lifeguard. It is later revealed that the lifeguard is also a cynicist, complaining about how she’s doing the job just to pay for university. Therefore, this text shows the audience how the lack of empathy from both ends yielded a lack of understanding. On the other hand, text 4, a poem, displays

  • The Visual Adisement Of An Advert Analysis Of Tux Soap

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    The visual text about the Tux Soap is an advertisement created to convince women that using Tux Soap for their body will improve their complexion and make them appear more visually appealing. It is targeted at women, aged between thirteen to fifty because society seems to demand that it is essential for women to look extraordinarily beautiful and have flawless skin. The advertisement appeals to the targeted audience as the beautiful woman on the advertisement with flawless skin entices young and

  • Analysis Of Fences By August Wilson

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    students should stop and jot their thoughts, ideas and questions about the text. The suggested cues for the open jots is at the end of every scene are: a. I know_____________________ b. I think______________________ c. I wonder____________________ 2. Second Read (Day 5, Day 6, Day 8 and Day 9): Student re-read scenes individually, with partners, or in

  • Analytical analysis and comparism of an everyday text with a literary text

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    Choose one every day and one literary text. Using at least two analytical techniques from E301, analyze and compare your two texts in terms of their creativity and literariness, drawing on material from both parts of the module. In this paper I will analyze and compare a literary text and an everyday text, in terms of their creativity and literariness. I chose Philip Larkin’s (1964) poem, ‘Self’s the man’ (see Appendix, Text 1), as the literary text for analysis because it is not only smooth and

  • Examples Of Foreshadowing In The Story Of An Hour

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    Both texts shared numerous figurative languages. The one that really caught my attention was the foreshadowing that was utilized. “The Story of an Hour” contained two foreshadowing that caught my attention. (“There stood, facing the open window, a comfortable, roomy armchair.”) (P 653) (“The notes of a distant song which some one was singing reached her faintly, and countless sparrows were twittering in the eaves”) (P 653). The open window that was described in the text seemed to be the path to her