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    “A Passage to India’ Movie Analysis

    “East is East and West is West, and by no means the twain shall meet.” The heart of the film ‘A Passage to India’ rests upon this extract of poem by Rudyard Kipling and this remains the most important theme explored by David Lean. The film commences and ends by elevating and imposing various questions […] More

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    A passage to India – Symbolism

    Analyse the image of the mosque to bring out the advanced image of Islam within the novel A Passage to India. Mosque is the holy place for all Mohammedans, and within the Novel ‘A Passage to India’ it has a larger significance. The first part of the novel is named as Mosque. E M Foster […] More

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    A Discussion of Jane Eyre”s Passage from Childhood to Adulthood

    Jane Eyre When a caterpillar hatches from its mother’s egg, it enters this world as an innocent, pure creature. As time passes by, it unwraps its cocoon and goes through metamorphosis. Once the caterpillar grows into a totally developed butterfly, it has misplaced its innocence and purity endlessly. Jane was an inexperienced caterpillar however her […] More

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    Rite of Passage

    When one thinks of the term “Rite of Passage” it’s generally thought of as old world traditions involving some sort of circumcision or test of strength, to become a man. Upon researching the topic several articles and journals covering these types of rituals was found. After further research I found that not only is the […] More

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    A passage to India – Symbolism

    Analyse the symbol of the mosque to bring out the complex picture of Islam in the novel A Passage to India. Mosque is the holy place for all Mohammedans, and in the Novel ‘A Passage to India’ it has a greater significance. The first part of the novel is named as Mosque. E M Foster […] More

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    Abortion, is it murder or a right of passage

    Abortion is a highly controversial issue in today’s society, not only in New Zealand but internationally. On the basis of an Unfamiliar Text read in class expressing the legalities of abortions (Is Abortion Law due for a shake up? – A Sunday Star Times article) I decided to undertake further research on the topic. The […] More

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    Rite of Passage

    Every person begins their life with a birth and ends it with death. In our lives, there will be other rites of passage that will still have great importance; celebrating birthdays, graduation from school or collage, getting jobs, marriage, having kids, transition from child to adult and even divorce. Rites of passage help many people […] More