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Advanced English Discovery Essay

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Fiction Literature Films The Tempest Ferdinand Miranda Prospero Suffering Island Chuck Noland
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Self-improvement has the power to challenge false or flawed assumptions and new perspectives can be gained through experiencing new worlds and values. Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” embodies this concept through exploring the ontological introspection that arises from physical displacement coupled with suffering. Similarly, the film “Cast Away” parallels this form of discovery through explorations of man in physical isolation coupled with regret, leading to renewed perceptions of one’s self. Both texts reveal that discovery is a highly individualized concept, attributed to differences in social values and attitudes. A compelling aspect of discovery portrayed in “The Tempest” is the concept of introspection can lead to the realization of human fallacies. Prospero’s 12 years of...
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