Protagonist Essays

Task Archetype

Every man is born with a task which he must fulfill and if he is successful, the world recognizes him for it. Fate is unarguably the main factor that pushes a man towards his task; he is nothing but fate’s puppet. Task can be as simple as finishing homework which will get you good marks, to complex things such as deciding your family’s fate through your actions. The situational archetype of The Task is precisely analyzed and adapted in Mario…

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Analysis of the Movie _v Is for Vendetta_

In the context of the modern world, movies are arguably one the most capable medium that can influence a very large percentage of the public. It is just unfortunate that that there are only a handful of movies that has something to say about the society. One of those select few of socially relevant movies is “V For Vendetta. ” What is very remarkable of the film is that although the narrative is just fictional, it talks about a very…

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Book Report Writing Template

The following book report format template is appropriate for students at the pre-college level who are required to write a report about a book they have read. For the type of book summaries applicable to college and university level (undergraduate and post-graduate), as well as for business and professional situations, you can check out the following book summary sample. 1. Introductory Paragraph The first sentence should state for which instructor and class the book-report is being written. The second sentence…

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The Real Protagonist in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman

In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, contrary to what is commonly expected, many readers actually believe that Biff Loman is the main character or the protagonist. Given that Willy Loman, his father, appears in almost every scene and is also mentioned in the title, the expected trend is for Willy to be universally considered as the main character. Therefore, questions regarding the reasons behind the belief that Biff is the real protagonist arise. In order to establish a valid…

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taare Zameen Par

There is a scene in Taare Zameen Par when the protagonist Ishaan (Darsheel Safary) runs away from school and loiters on the road for the whole day – for the fear of being punished for not having done his homework. I never did anything like that in school but keep doing it regularly once I started work. The comparison might not be warranted but this is just one of those scenes which made me relate to Ishaan’s plight in the…

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_the Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock_ by T.s. Eliot

In the poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T. S. Eliot, the main character, J. Alfred Prufrock is seen as an anti-hero. His character and identity comes through strongly in the poem as a shy and introverted man who is socially inept, extremely self conscious, lacking in self confidence and wallowing in self-pity, yet desiring for people to notice him. The composer shows this through his use of allusions, powerful imagery to create vignettes of Prufrock’s life…

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Compare Blanche and Amanda

In today’s socioeconomic world, there is no room for slacking off or failure. People are seen as individuals who earn their social status and there is much pressure to succeed. In the plays, “The Glass Menagerie” and “A Streetcar Named Desire” both written by Tennessee Williams, there are two main characters who are not capable of living in the present and have a difficult time facing reality. Amanda Wingfield, the mother from “The Glass Menagerie” and Blanche Dubois, Stella’s sister…

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