My Brilliant Career

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  • Essay on Miles Franklin's My Brilliant Career

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    Miles Franklin's My Brilliant Career Topic: Give a detailed analysis of a key scene or passage from "My Brilliant Career" by Miles Franklin. The focus and essence of My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin is centred on the relationships and interactions of Sybylla Melvyn (the key character of the novel), towards other characters. The ways in which she reacts to different people and why she reacts in a particular manner, are perhaps more crucial and intriguing to the reader, than any distinct

  • My Brilliant Career Essay

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    I. Both Miles Franklin and E.M. Forster implement romantic humanist values throughout their novels to highlight the difficulties facing Victorian women in love. A. Miles Franklin embraces romantic humanist values in My Brilliant Career through Sybylla’s internal struggles as she decides her future. 1. Romantic humanism calls into question the social standings of morality and religion. It champions independent thought, both rational and emotional. It argues that society, and its rules, deplete originality

  • A Room With A View And My Brilliant Career

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    The differences in endings to the novels A Room with a View and My Brilliant Career are due to a specific branch of feminism’s influence on each of the authors. The struggles of Lucy in marriage are not the same as Sybylla’s due to the differences in their country’s form of feminism. To assume that both English and Australian

  • Essay on My Future Brilliant Career

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    street I bump into Ms. Chong, my neighbor from across the hall. She asks me if I would like to eat some fish and rice later, but I decline, as I may be working late. I hurry to the station and jump on the crowded train and ride it towards the factory. Luckily I make it to work on time and change into my work uniform. My job at the television plant is to pour the foam packing peanuts into the shipping boxes after the finished televisions are put into them. My job is pretty monotonous, but

  • Essay about My Brilliant Racing Career

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    As I enter my last semester of high school, I have to starting thinking about making a plan for the future. The problem for me was actually making a decision that would be right for me, I could not decide what I wanted to do until a few weeks ago. But I finally made my decision about what I think I will enjoy doing, and making a career out of it. There are many paths I can and could take, but the automotive area is the one that sticks out to me. The two technician schools I have chosen are UTI, Universal

  • Modern Day Society And Creative Industries

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    producers do without scriptwriters? A person with a camera can only do so much on their own; without a script — there is no story to build a movie up from. Essentially, an excellent script is the foundation for a brilliant movie. Furthermore, scriptwriting has been an interest of mine since my seventh grade year in middle school, which was when I was first exposed to drama. I was not a huge fan of getting up on a stage; however, I greatly enjoyed the writing aspect of the class. I connected with the

  • Daphne Du Maurier's Gothic Diction

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    thought, a state of mind – Daphne du Maurier . 1 4.1 Du Maurier’s Literary Career Daphne du Maurier, Lady Browning was born on May 13, 1907 in London . She grew up in a literary and artistic domestic atmosphere. Her family and homeland helped to establish her literary career. She was the granddaughter of the famous artist and author George du Maurier, the daughter of Gerald Du Maurier, a brilliant actor-manager, and Muriel Beaumont, an actress, and the niece of an editor. 2 Moreover

  • How Does Obtuseness Is Detrimental To Good Order And Discipline

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    How obtuseness is detrimental to good order and discipline So, I’ve been tasked to find out what obtuseness is and how it is detrimental to good order and discipline. I have never heard of this word obtuseness until today when I was asked what it meant. So, once I’m finished with this paper, I shall know the meaning behind this word and why it’s so detrimental to us in the military and civilian sector. This paper shall give the reader(s) an idea of the meaning and how it affects the military’s good

  • University Admissions Essay: What I Love About New York University

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    from hosting the first Continental Congress, headquartering the United Nations, and the millions of immigrants that travelled through Ellis Island. Proving it’s a place where anyone from anywhere can come together making New York a united global hub. My late father always told me that New York is for dreamers. No matter how big or small anything can happen here. A true New Yorker, Jay-Z, once notoriously said, “Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, There’s nothing you can’t do.” What interests

  • Reflection Of The Brain

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    By far, the most interesting concept that I have ever come across in my life is the brain. The brain is a an array of complexities involving lobes, such as the frontal and temporal, that have different functions and control a different part of a human’s life. I think that the more one digs deeper into the way that the brain works, the more one begins to realize just how many things can go wrong in the brain which can lead to a lifetime of devastation. Looking at the bigger picture, I think that