contrast with? i don't think contrast to is the right usage.
--yea, i checked and it's in contrast to (adverbial phrase). contrast (verb) to
to that of
correct me if i'm wrong, but shouldn't that be those since it refer to qualities?
highlight, your subject's still qualities
real life example of Heart of Darkness
haha dunno what you're talking about YET, but it's still funny
The activity portrayed the novel's idea that imperialistic ideas are blind and apathetic to the cultures and traditions of the victimized country, and the obstacles representing emotional contemplations and physical difficulties that drag Marlow behind demonstrates that to attempt to incorporate a new culture or practice is impossible to accomplish without the acknowledge of and the respect for the differences in culture
this is hell of a long sentence. Maybe cut it with ; or .
for a school paper, this is not half bad. but one thing i'd like clarification upon. In our class we also talked about this movie, briefly. Isn't this where the character suicides because of the teacher's teaching that you have to live the world like there's no tomorrow? (if i'm off track, don't mind the rest)
our teacher argued that Keating is the irresponsible teacher for not giving the consequences to fully living. It's not because that you might die tomorrow that you can do whatever you want today. Life has rules and consequences, and if you lead a careless life since everybody's gonna die anyway, then you might just end up killing yourself when the consequences catch you.
If I'm not completely wrong, then you should prob mention that only the first part of prof's philosophy's actually right, since without worrying about the consequences of your actions is just a stupid and irresponsible teaching.