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In fact, I did not understand why the two officers visited the author.
The most interesting part of the story is when a crowd started to gather during the fight. I think this was that part that the author should have made more emphasis because the crowd’s reaction would have made the story quite interesting.
There was one interesting point that the author had talked about regarding the gender roles. The author argued that she did not understand why she was expelled just because she had punched a girl, while boys would fight in school and not get expelled. I agreed with the author because I believe that every case in college ought to be treated equally regardless of the gender.
In conclusion, I would like to say that this was a average story that did not capture much of my attention. I think the author was merely trying to narrate a story about how and why she was expelled from school. Therefore, the author should have chosen a different
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Management theories involve the study and analysis of organizations for the promotion of ways and programs that enhance better administration, management, effectiveness and efficiency of organizations. These theories are more important conduced for the purposes of solving problems, bettering efficiency and productivity, and enhancing decision making within organizations to meet collective goals.
It is rightly said by the doctors that cancer originates due to an excessive growth of a single cell. Cancer can be avoided if diagnosed at the first stage with the help of surgery and chemotherapy. Cancer affects not only the life of an individual and increases the mortality rate but it largely affects its family members mentally, socially and economically.
The novel may be described as typical because it talks about an issue common to Vietnam war movies, that is, American soldiers were sent to the battlefield without proper training. As expected, the characters suffer the common aftermaths of war such as fear, guilt and despair.
The same can be said about the tenth paragraph when the narrator describes his appearance, "My chest puffed up with muddle, etc."
He was really disappointed with the jacket and "it was sad time for the heart". From the words of the narrator we learn that he was waiting for something good to happen to him in that jacket and it never happened to him.
What is most unique, particular, or effective about the way the author is writing the piece is that he is completely focused in his narration, beginning, continuing, and ending with the strange aspects of the young man's walk through the park. The first person narrative strategy adopted by the author helps him greatly in keeping the center of focus in his narration on the strange ways of the young man in the park and he introduces his character right at the start of his narration - just as Updike does in the narration of the three girls in "A&P".
Below there are strategies given to offering hopes of facilitating critique in a class of art.
Quiet reflection; at the start of the critique, a 4 minute silent period can get adhered to. During this period, the teacher and the