Research Paper On Hades
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Contrasting and Comparing German Dictator Adolf Hitler and Greek God Hades
5 pages in length. A cold heart and calculating mind are what bind the Greek god Hades and German assassin Adolf Hitler. When one compares the similarities by which they undertook their unrelenting wickedness, it is with little difficulty that one can draw myriad common denominators where these two historical characters are concerned. Hitler, in his self-prescribed superiority, sought to annihilate the entire Jewish population in an effort to cleanse the world of what he deemed as unworthy people; Hades, whose inherent powers afforded him the ability to inflict pain and misery on all who came into the underworld, relished this hegemony. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Second Movement of Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto
An 8 page essay that compares and contrasts two essays that evaluate the second movement from Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. Owen Jander, in his essay, "Beethoven's 'Orpheus in Hades': The Andante con moto of the Fourth Piano Concerto," poses some premises that suggest interesting questions for musical interpretation. Specifically, Jander's observations cause the reader to ponder the significance of the composer's intentions to listener appreciation. Theorist Edward Cone challenges Jander's interpretation. The following examination of Jander's essay looks at both arguments and also offers personal assessment of this form of interpretation. No additional sources cited.