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Daniel Halpern's 'Summer in the Middle Class'/ What Happens In Unison
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A 7 page paper analyzing Daniel Halpern's painful look at his own generation. The paper asserts that although the poem seems happy on the surface, it is actually full of unresolved tensions, and its theme -- isolationism -- cuts to the very root of the American way of life.
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Dante the Sociologist.
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This 7 page paper discusses Dante’s “Inferno” and why he can be considered a medieval sociologist. The paper also touches on Weber, Marx and Durkheim and their theories. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVdtesoc.rtf

Dante’s Inferno & Humanism
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A 3 page essay that discusses “The Inferno” from Dante’s medieval epic poem The Divine Comedy. This poem describes the experience of the author, led by the specter of the ancient Roman poet Virgil, through a journey of spiritual enlightenment that takes him through Hell, Purgatory and finally to Heaven. The punishments that are inflicted on the souls in Hell strike Dante, as a character in the poem, as inhumane, but Dante, the poet, makes it clear that each punishment is ideally suited as retribution for the sins committed by these souls while the individuals were alive on earth. Therefore, as the poem’s narrator moves through Hell, he receives progressive lessons pertaining to what it means to be fully human and fully in accord with the expectations of God. No additional sources cited.
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Dante/Inferno, Canto II
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A 12 page research paper/essay that examines the beginning of Dante's Inferno, with particular focus on Canto II and how Dante uses the symbolism of three as a unifying device that serves to emphasize the religious message that forms the main thrust of the poem. The writer discusses the symbolism of the three beasts and particularly focuses on the significance of the three blessed women, Beatrice, Santa Lucia and the Virgin Mary. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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