Compare and Contrast

Rabindranath Tagore’s “Punishment” deals with the power of men over women in the Indian society and struggles of women to run away from this intimidating violence. This is effectively reflected through the two brothers, Chidam and Dukhiram, and their wives, Chandara and Radha, respectively. Raymond Carver’s “So Much...

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A Comparative Analysis of Toni Cade Bambara’s “The Lesson” and Jamaica Kincaid’s “The Girl”

In all historical periods, different societies established their own laws of behavior for the people who were subject to the ruling elite. These rules of conduct differed significantly throughout the time, but in almost all cases, the humans who had fewer rights than others were the females and the poor. The discrimination of these social groups...

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Islam in Philippines and Indonesia

  Islam in the Philippines and Indonesia differs from the religious traditions of other countries with an extremist mood of society. Muslims living in South-East Asia demonstrate tolerance towards other religions and do not strictly follow the requirements of Islam. The differences among the Muslims in Southeast Asia and the Middle East ar...

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Comparison of Long Day's Journey into Night and “The Yellow Wallpaper”

In the works, Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neil and “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, many of the themes appear to be in close relation. Both works can be regarded as tragedies of the early modern American culture’s views on femininity. The main difference between the tragedies is...

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Comparison of two Greek Bronzes: Alexander the Great on Horseback & Seated Boxer

At the time of the Hellenistic era, which was the period from the death of Alexander the Great until the founding of the Roman Empire in 31 BC, the medium of bronze defined the artistic novelty in Greece and all over the Mediterranean. Sculptors shifted from the Classical norms, enhancing customary themes and idealized shapes with pragmatic repr...

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Effects of Globalization: The Cases of San, Yanomamo, and Amaravati

The three communities under study might at first be seen as unrelated profiles other than belonging in a southern part of the respective country as an indigenous populace, thus tentatively referring to the emerging half of the ‘North-South’ dichotomy. The present account is aimed at comparing and contrasting the three traditional set...

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