Control Comes in Many Shapes
A look into aspects of power and control in the "Art Of Love" by Ovid and the killer is in control in the movie "Seven".
# 4831 | 785 words | 2 sources | 2002 |
Published on Feb 11, 2003 in Literature (Greek and Roman) , Literature (Poetry) , English (Comparison) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)
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This paper presents evidence that women are in control in the "Art Of Love" by Ovid and the killer is in control in the movie "Seven". The writer of this paper uses both works to underscore control in each instance. There were two sources used to complete this paper.
From the Paper:?Control is often an issue in the large scheme of things on earth. Control is what Osma Bin Laden is seeking now and control is what America wants him to lose. Control can occur in almost any setting and be for any reason. Two works of art evidence the fact that control can happen in any situation. In the Latin author Ovid's poem called The Art of Love, he illustrates how the women are in control every step of the way even as he is instructing the reader on how to find a woman to love. Conversely in the movie Seven, we are shown a dark control of a psychopathic killer who controls not only those he kills but those who are trying to capture him as well.?
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