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Character Development Of Ammalat-Bek
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10 pages in length. In the story Ammalat-bek, the central character of the same name spends the entire literary journey struggle with a combination of internal and external forces that serve to reflect the manner by which he develops throughout the story. The synergistic coupling of morality and psychological issues plague his conscience to such an extent that they infiltrate virtually every aspect of Ammalat-bek's life, not the least of which includes his relationship with love interest Sultanetta, obligation and camaraderie toward a military associate and a foster brother who - upon declaring Ammalat-bek possessed - tries yet fails to save Ammalat-bek from moral disintegration. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Checkov’s Three Sisters
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This 4 page paper provides an overview of Checkov's Three Sisters. This paper relates some of the major elements of this story. No references cited.
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Chekhov and Anderson: Human Nature
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Reality is a matter of what is familiar and agreeable, while on the other hand, also refers to what is concealed and kept out of sight. This 7 page paper explores the representation of the inner and outer reality of the characters in Anton Chekhov's The Lady With A Pet Dog and Sherwood Anderson's Death In The Woods. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Chekov's "The Lady with the Pet Dog"
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A 3 page paper which examines Anton Chekov's short story "The Lady with the Pet Dog." No additional sources cited.
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Chekov: "Lady with a Lapdog" (1889)
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(5 pp ) Chekov's own reflection about this story was that "love -even the adulterous type-operates as a force for good." This discussion will examine the story to document the author's statement.
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Chinghiz Aitmatov's "Jamila"
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An 8 page paper which examines the Russian writer Chinghiz Aitmatov's story "Jamila" as it relates to art, childhood, memory, tradition and nature. No bibliography as the source was provided by the student and has no reference to text.
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Comparative Analysis of Alfred de Musset’s “Confession d’Enfant du Siecle (Confession of a Child of the Century)” and Mikhail Yurievich Lermontov’s “A Hero of Our Time”
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An 11 page paper which compares the autobiographical elements of these novels represented by the protagonists and considers how society’s ills contributed to a youthful loss of innocence in nineteenth-century French and Russian societies. No additional sources are used.
Filename: TGherocon.rtf

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