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Horror Movie

When we think of a horror movie, what comes to mind is an individual materializing from nowhere and killing or chopping people into pieces. Finding an unsuspecting audience nowadays is like looking for a needle in a haystack. We are very well versed in the rhythm of the jump scare, such that the audience knows […]

Emily Dickinson’s View of Death

Emily Dickinson’s view of death is quite different that that of the modern world. The modern world fears death and describes it as dark, scary, and horrible. However, Emily describes it as something that she welcomes and is not to be feared. She knows that once a person dies, he or she begins another life. […]

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Significance of the Black Death

One of the well known massive disasters that happened in the history of European is the Black Death. This fatal plague led to huge loss of between 17 million and 28 million lives in whole Europe. It took place from 1345 to 1353 and the death arrived by sea during the time when twelve Genoese […]

The Black Death

Sure the sight of a black bubble in a person’s skin could scare someone at least a little, or the terrible aches and pains brought about by a disease which no one in the region had heard about or had the slightest idea of a cure for could be a bit frightening. Just as it […]

Comparing Death In the two poems

Comparing Death In the two poems “Death, Be Not Proud,” by John Donne and “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night,” by Dylan Thomas both deal with the issue of death, yet in different ways. The theme of each one of these poems is the subject of death. Each author chooses to tackle this […]

Hamlet’s Inner Struggle

Hamlet’s Inner Struggle In his tragic play, Hamlet, Shakespeare uses Hamlet, the main character, to portray ideas of deceit, desire, and death. A transition in Hamlet’s state of mind ultimately develops the play’s theme as the lack of decisive actions resulting from the clash between logical rationale and medieval intuition. Hamlet’s struggle between his rationale […]