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N.H. Kleinbaum
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Comparison of Mr. Keating to Transcendentalism "Dead Poets Society"

Summary: The contrast of Mr. Keating's transcendentalism views on teaching and Welton Academy's views of tradition and discipline in the novel "Dead Poets Society" by N.H. Kleinbaum.
Mr. Keating's messages of independence and exploration of self is much different from the messages of Welton Academy, which are of tradition and discipline in the novel "Dead Poets Society" by N.H. Kleinbaum. Mr. Keating shows that he embraces the values of transcendentalism by having the students rip the introduction of their books, teaching them to think for themselves, and how to open their minds to different arts (theater, poems, literature, etc.). The boys he taught took a lot from his lessons. They learned the things he was trying to teach, which were independence, thinking for themselves, and doing what they believe in. The first thing that is going to be discussed is how Mr. Keating's message of independence and exploration of self is much different from the message of Welton Academy.

Mr. Keating's messages of independence and exploration of self is the very opposite of Welton...

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