Family Tree

Family Tree

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... Family Tree shows the lineage of a particular clan. It could really be a simple family tree that consists of the immediate family members or a moredetailed one that includes generates before. For this paper, I'll be focusing on my immediate family members. My immediate family members are my father, my mother and my sister. All in all, there are four people in my family including me, and our adorable pequeo chihuahua My latino family is quite unique and special. We live in California and basically that's where our family's most wonderful memories happened. My dad is the breadwinner while my mom stays at home. My sister and I are both teachers. My macho dad is a tall man. He has blue eyes and brown h...
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Jones Soda

Jones Soda

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... Soda Jones Soda's Strategy. The story of Jones Soda began when its founder and president Van Stolk realized the existing potential of the alternative products in the beverage production industry. Nowadays Jones Soda is rather unique company whose vision is constantly growing. The beginning of soda's distribution began with the working out of "alternative distribution strategy". It means that Jones Soda began attacking the market place and placed its products in convenience stores. Nowadays the strategy of the company aims at co-working with larger companies such as Safeway, Starbucks. 7-Eleven stores, etc. The company is focusing on dealing with customers and always responds to demand's changes. ...
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Poem To Elsie

Poem To Elsie

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... Elsie After reading his poem 'To Elise' I felt that the poet William Carlos Williams is by nature an imagist. This is logical because he is deeply influenced by the works of his friends like avant-garde modern artists Francis Picabia and Marcel Duchamp. William Carlos Williams is also inclined towards Dadaist and Surrealist principles. For this reason a definite and profound expression of energy is released in this poem 'To Elsie' with an impressionist recognition towards utopian socialism. (Perloff, ix) In this poem 'To Elsie' William Carlos Williams narrates the inner world of a handicapped nursemaid who was out of contact with the "American place." Approaching the crescendo the poem gradually rev...
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The Rationale for Banning The Outsiders

The Rationale for Banning The Outsiders

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... Rationale for Banning The Outsiders This essay will examine why The Outsiders, a popular novel by S.E. Hinton, was criticized and banned in someschools. The original novel was published by the teenage author in 1967, and it incorporated a number of themes and topics which some people found extraordinarily objectionable. Despite these objections, the novel remains popular to this day, the author remains popular among readers of different generations, and the themes which were objected to permeate modern artistic efforts. The themes and scenes which led to the novel being banned dealt with substance abuse by young people, gang affiliations, violence, and the aimless lifestyles of children raised in ...
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The Illiad and Gilgamesh

The Illiad and Gilgamesh

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... Illiad and Gilgamesh In warrior society, a hero is a person who possesses the features of an ideal man, and personifies high moral values and physical strength. A hero like Achilles, Agamemnon and Hector is a person who is able to distinguish what is good and what is bad, and who follows his personal beliefs. Physical strength is an important feature which shows the difference between the heroes and common citizens of Greece. Most of the heroes depicted in The Illiad have enormous strength. In The Illiad heroes are humans of the remote past, endowed with superhuman abilities and descended from the immortal gods themselves. The prime example is Achilles, the greatest hero of The Iliad, was the son of ...
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An Examination of Community Acceptance in Shirley Jacksons The Lottery

An Examination of Community Acceptance in Shirley Jacksons The Lottery

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... Takes a Village An Examination of Community Acceptance in Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery" Shirley Jackson's story "The Lottery" depicts the evils possible within a small community. The social inertia of thoughts, attitudes, and traditions can not only be carried beyond initial purposes, but far beyond reason and good sense. This evil is rooted in social pressure to conform to acceptable social practices, these practices often having been founded under conditions now irrelevant. When these causes disappear, the rituals often continue unabated and now unquestioned, having already been accepted by the community. Jackson portrays the desensitization inherent in this process by carrying it to the...
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Comparison and Contrast of Dispatches and Slaughterhouse Five

Comparison and Contrast of Dispatches and Slaughterhouse Five

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... and Contrast of "Dispatches" and "Slaughterhouse Five" War is an evil which pressures mankind through all periods of history. The problem is that the violence of conflicts is not carried out at a distance, against anonymous and invisible victims, but in immediate physical confrontation with friends, neighbors and relatives. Many authors use war themes in their literary works to familiarize contemporary generations with casualties and losses of war-time, and remind old soldiers about pain and grief, sorrow and constant tension to be killed. Thesis Both authors depict that war was a great evil for millions of people which changed their lifestyles and worldviews, emotions and desires creating a...
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Analysis of Gail Tsukiyamas novel The Samurais Garden
Analysis of Gail Tsukiyama's novel The Samurai's Garden
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... ANALYSIS OF GAIL TSUKIYAMA'S NOVEL " THE SAMURAI'S GARDEN Plot summary When Stephen is allowed to leave his father’s apartment to go to the family’s vacation home in Tarumi, Japan, on his own, he counts it a victory. This calls for a celebration for Stephen and he buys a journal and begins making entries in the journal to record his journey and his time in Tarumi. The collection of these journals results to the development of the book, Samurai’s Garden. The Samurai’s Garden begins with Stephen’s account of his diagnosis of tuberculosis, how his family reacts to the news and the events that brought him to be on a train bound for Tarumi. As highlighted by Stephen, apart from the fact that his parents...
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Counseling

Counseling

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... Counseling is many things but it does not tell you if you are crazy, it does not attend to only major problems while disregarding the small ones, it is not an activity for self-absorbed people and it is not a crutch for weak people. (The Counseling Center) Comfort the troubled, is basically helping people come over their distress and helping them achieve a calmness that they could not experience. We all are worried and troubled by things in our lives. To some people these things make a lot of difference but to others they may not even cause a small hindrance in their paths. Life has become so complex and difficult, many things affect our lives in drastic ways and in the recent past we have witnessed...
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Jazz History George Gershwin

Jazz History George Gershwin

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... full George Gershwin 24 November George Gershwin Much can be said about the artist George Gershwin. It is through his works that Jazz has found its way into mainstream music. His expressions have managed to influence many famous musicians. This report will shed some light on the biography and the influential work of this extraordinary personality. George Gershwin was born to a Russian-Jewish immigrant family as Jacob Gershovitz on 26th September, 1898 in Brooklyn, New York. After beginning his school he Anglicized his name to George. At the age of 10 he met Max Rosen; a violinist and had a powerful musical influence on George. He started his musical training at the age of 13, and was so enthusiastic ...
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The American Frontier and the Western Hero

The American Frontier and the Western Hero

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... American Frontier and the Western Hero The literature of the ninetieth century represents different prototypes and characters typical for this historical period. In the works, The Virginian by Owen Wister and The Wide, Wide World by Susan Warner the authors create strong male and female characters able to fight and survive in any circumstances. Thesis Female and male characters from both works fight with harsh reality of life and go through sufferings in order to become free from social constraints and false values imposed by the society. The main character in Owen Wister's novel is the Virginian, a cowboy who tries to establish the standards for the cowboy stereotype. He is a real hero who possess...
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Holdens individualism
Holdens individualism
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... individualism The novel “Catcher in the Rye” presents the major conflict that exists between the protagonist Holden and the rest of the society. The teenage Holden views adults as phonies; he therefore wants to preserve the innocence of childhood and rebels against the onset of adulthood. He sees himself watching children playing a game in a “field of rye”, while he “stands at the edge of some crazy cliff” ready to catch the children and save them from falling. (Salinger 224). This is a symbolic representation of the innocence and lack of bias that exists in childhood as opposed to the dissension, and turmoil in phony adult society. However, at the end of the novel, he realizes that he is unable to...
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Free writing ... romance letter

Free writing ... romance letter

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... have often heard that a dream does not remain sweet if it becomes a reality. Many people dream about many things: things that are too good to be true. As the dream becomes sweeter, the person gets more entrapped into the dream- stepping out becomes an impossibility. One is so sure such dreams can never come true. I myself have my own sweet dream. I had been dreaming about a girl or an idea of a perfect girl who could completely, wholly own anyone’s thoughts. As time passed my idea of the perfect girl blossomed. I kept adding more and more attributes until this girl became more of a fantasy than a dream. When I least expected, I met this girl. Out of no where, this girl planted a seed inside of me,...
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African American Stereotypes in Trading Places
African American Stereotypes in Trading Places
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... American Stereotypes in Trading Places Although movies are generally seen as a means of escaping the everyday world to a few hours of fantasy, they can also have a profound impact on how we view the world around us, including our concepts regarding racial issues. It is through the analysis of film that we can understand the values and ideologies emerging from our culture and gain a glimpse into how the powers that be define us, a sort of ‘single voice’ that works to promote the status quo or to effect social change. However, it is also up to us, as the audience, to determine how we will interpret these messages. There have been several theories proposed regarding how race is represented in the med...
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The Main Codes Of Ethics

The Main Codes Of Ethics

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... Main Codes Of Ethics It is a question that has troubled billions of people since the dawn of time: how should a person lead a good, meaningful life? There are as many theories as there are grains of sand on the beach, but some ideas over the years have been more popular than others. Some people are born into religions where these questions are largely answered for them. They know from an early age what their god tells them is the right thing to do and what is the wrong thing. Others question their faith and try to revise their morality, bringing in parts of other religions or philosophies. Still others have no real faith and try to build a moral foundation out of their personal experience adding rule...
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The American Flatbread

The American Flatbread

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... Flatbread Company American Flatbread is a homemade pizza company in Waitsfield and Middlebury, Vermont that specializes in producing fresh, home grown ingredients and that are grown by the American Flatbread employees in Vermont. Customers in Indiana can purchase American Flatbread foods from stores in Carmel, Dyer, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis. The Mission Statement of American Flatbread states that the company has set out to provide healthy, nutritious food that is full of flavor and provides joy and health to the customers and employees that all have a part of the American Flatbread experience. They believe in taking care of the customer and the employee, and always looking out for the best...
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A Caucasian Man Changed by the Grace of God
A Caucasian Man Changed by the Grace of God
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... The paper is an identity narrative about my personal story of my life from being a lost man into a found man. It talks about who I am whenI did not yet receive the Lord Jesus Christ. It talks about the first time that I met Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. It talks about my feelings and the risk in being a Christian. It talks about my personal experiences and my way of life after being changed. The paper also contains the story when I entered into my High School life. It talks about the fears I had and the things I did that made me walked away from the presence of God. It tells about how I overcame those trials and testing in my life. It talks about the result of overcoming those trials. A...
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The Buffalo Harvest
The Buffalo Harvest
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... Buffalo Harvest, by Frank H. Mayer and Charles B. Roth is an interesting story on 'Buffalo runners', who obliterated the entire breed of buffaloes from America. The narrative is about how Mayer went about his buffalo hunting expeditions during the late 1800s in America. The story not only provides insights about how the buffalo became extinct and how the 'buffalo runners' went about hunting them, but it also provides interesting details about the life, such as the weapons used, the hide trade and even the attitude of the Government. Buffaloes are described as 'walking' gold pieces, since the hide was worth a lot of money (Mayer, and Roth, 1958). Young men such as Mayer had the skills to shoot and w...
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Soto
Soto
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... Day Month Year “Looking for Work An Analysis The resilience of youth and the economic disparity between the races are certainly the underlying themes in Gary Soto’s short essay ‘Looking for Work’. Young adolescents frequently find themselves daydreaming of a better life. Summers are filled with mischief as they seek to find something to do. Afternoons are spent pondering how the ‘other half’ lives and looking for ways to become a little more like them. All of these themes, and more, are present in Soto’s essay. His thesis certainly appears to be that children of minorities feel disenfranchised from the dominant race and that they aspire to do and be more than they currently have the freedom to...
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Book Report/Summary of Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths among Us
Book Report/Summary of Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths among Us
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... Book Report/Summary of Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths among Us Introduction Psychopathy is not an isolated issue in the United States of America. Conservative estimates suggest that there are about two million psychopaths in North America. This paper provides a summary of the book Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths among Us, written in 1999, in which the author Robert D. Hare, a pioneer in the field of psychopathy research, provides a vivid picture of the problem that psychopathy poses to society and its possible origins. Book Report In the introductory chapter Hare (1999, p. 1), describes psychopaths as “often charming – but always deadly –...
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Analysis of the Argument in a Non-fiction Book(Analysis of Massons Argument in The Pig Who Sang to the Moon)
Analysis of the Argument in a Non-fiction Book(Analysis of Masson's Argument in The Pig Who Sang to the Moon)
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... College: Book review The intends to discourage farming. That people should stop exploiting animals in various ways. This means that people should avoid eating eggs, meat, drinking milk, and getting other products from animals. Masson clearly points out that it is wrong to keep animals. He arrives at such a conclusion through an exposition of inner life of such animals. By way of numerous anecdotes, Masson attempts to show that animals have a complex emotional life, a step more than the simple operations of instinct. Humans are not different from animals, and in the dawn of time, animals enjoy the full play of their feelings with domestication being the highway robbery (Masson 32). As readers, we...
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Manifestations And Insights Of Heart Of Darkness
Manifestations And Insights Of Heart Of Darkness
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... AND INSIGHTS OF HEART OF DARKNESS The Meaning of the Book on an Intellectual Level The wise old people say that, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” (The author unknown). For me, the novel “Heart of Darkness” is a manifestation of this proverb. People often have the best intentions in their hearts; however, they are as well often not able to resist temptations that accompany these intentions. Every epoch has its own heroes who are eager to improve the world. Nearly two thousand years ago, Julius Caesar believed that he was bringing the civilization to native people that inhabited the territory of today’s England. In the Conrad’s novel European courtiers such as Belgium England and Franc...
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The Bitter Reality of Teenage Pregnancy
The Bitter Reality of Teenage Pregnancy
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... The Bitter Reality of Teenage Pregnancy: An Analysis of Meredith Hall’s Shunned For Meredith Hall, teenage life was a dark journey to the unknown. Being pregnant at the age of 16 was an experience she will never forget. Being shunned, stigmatized, and disgraced by her family, church, school, and community was the greatest struggle that she had to face at a very young age. As narrated by Meredith Hall in Shunned, the ordeal of being an outcast due to a ‘big mistake’ the society thinks she committed was an experience that gave her the strength to confront life’s difficulties with an open mind and compassion. However, this experience left questions in her mind that until now she is trying to resolve....
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How was Psychology Displayed in Time Magazine
How was Psychology Displayed in Time Magazine
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... was Psychology Displayed in Time Magazine? A. Year, Issue What Appears on the Cover What is the Article Inside About? Sep 15, 1980 Large brain General behavior mood of the voter Apr 11, 1983 x-ray of a head Cocaine addiction Jun 06, 1983 Man screaming with body of concrete stress Aug 15, 1983 baby Children mental knowledge Jun 11, 1984 Cracked open skull Mental connection to pain Jul 22, 1985 Ronald reagan Reagan’s illnesses Mar 17, 1986 Drug addict Using drugs on the job Sep 15, 1986 Drugged out face addiction Oct 12, 1987 Female and male signs Women’s perspective on gender and men Aug 21, 1989 George bush How he makes his decisions Oct 15, 1990 Man and clock American anxiety Nov 04, 1991 Head in...
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Literature - Satirical Archetypes
Literature - Satirical Archetypes
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... Satirical Archetypes Satirical archetypes are utilized in both Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut, and Catch-22 by Joseph Heller to illustrate the need for societal and individual improvement or change. Both books were written in the 1960’s and both offer constructive social criticism in juxtaposition with the somewhat mundane lives of the main characters. With that said, a close look will be taken into the satirical elements of both Cat’s Cradle and Catch-22 to define the social criticisms set within the Vonnegut’s and Heller’s sardonic and witty prose. To begin with, both Joseph Heller’s Catch-22 and Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle were published during the Vietnam War; a time when the American people...
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... and Soccer America calls soccer what the world calls football. It is the most popular sport in the world, played in over 200 countries enjoyed by trillions of fans for which all you need is a field of open space, a ball and a group of soccer lovers. Its real strength is that it is played in an informal fashion, without field markings or real goals.. A unique type of football evolved in the 19th century by the Americans became known as American football. Having its roots in two games-with its own set of rules - association football and rugby football it is governed by FIFA, or Federation International de Football Association which organizes the immensely popular FIFA World Cup, the sport’s principal...
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Critical review for movie Casablanca
Critical review for movie Casablanca
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... With the whole world crumbling we pick this time to fall in love… They had a with fate in Casablanca... They have chosen the World War II and occupied Europe as the background of a desperate search for pure and true feeling. They are Rick Blaine, a phony cynic, and naive amorous Ilsa Lund. With the beginning of the Second World War many Europeans, with the hope or in despair, ran from occupation to inviting freedom of North and South America. Lisbon became a huge transit center. But not everyone could get there directly. This is how a difficult alternate route of refugees appeared. From Paris to Marseilles, then across the Mediterranean to Oran. Then by train, car or on foot through North Africa in C...
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Didion Marrying Absurd Comparision and Contrast
Didion Marrying Absurd Comparision and Contrast
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... Joan. “Marrying Absurd”, 2005. Web. http dl.ccc.cccd.edu es/internet/english100kn/MarryingAbsurd.pdf (Accessed 5 December Corruption of Marriage in- Nevada The institution of marriage is perhaps one of the most astounding in the development of individuals in the society and is usually marked with jubilations reminiscent of its importance. Holding a wedding casually is not only contrary to the expectation of the importance of this event but also an insult of the noble intentions of tying the knot. Citing the compromising environment in which marriage and weddings in Nevada apparently contradict social expectations, Joan Didion generates deep feelings worth worrying for this American State. The author ...
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Media history research paper

Media history research paper

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... Interview on the History of Media Use An Interview on the History of Media Use Media have been part of thedaily lives of all people. As proven by history, the forms of media changed but the primary purpose of having media is still the same and that is to be used for communication. When old people are asked, they can share much information about the media when they were still young. It would be surprising how simple the media during their days were and yet those are already very popular back then. In the paper about the media, an interview was conducted to gather information about the past media used by people. An elderly was asked named (name of the interviewer) from (place) and the interviewer kne...
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FOUR TOP EXPERIMENTAL FILM MAKERS FROM UK AND AMERICA
FOUR TOP EXPERIMENTAL FILM MAKERS FROM UK AND AMERICA
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... Top Experimental Filmmakers from the UK and America: Daniel Robin is a contemporary filmmaker who is given to experimentation. Often, his filmsblur the line between fact and fiction. A classic example is the film My Olympic Summer, which won the Best Short award at Sundance Festival in 2008. In the film, Robin attempts to simulate truth in such as way that “audiences are filled with mixed feelings after learning that the personal story he tells is an invented one. Robin examines his own divorce by dissecting his parents troubled relationship. He uses Super 8mm footage of the couple intercut with footage from the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, where his father was part of the Israeli team taken...
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Schools Sporting Day Memoir
Schools Sporting Day Memoir
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... Sporting Day Memoir This paper records a number of events that takes place in a Schools’ Sporting Day with the relevant knowledge from personal observation. A school sporting day is one of the most exciting, challenging, and important activities in the school’s curriculum. Apart from being an extra curriculum activity, the sports day serves the purpose of improving the health of the participants, encourages the participation of all through various disciplines, boosts the morale, promotes team building, and offers great relaxation and fun to the staff and management. Indeed, it unleashes the competitive prowess with a sense of fun. Although we should host the event in the field, it can equally take...
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Analysis and talk about the differences between the Chinese cultures and American cultures in The Women Warrior book
Analysis and talk about the differences between the Chinese cultures and American cultures in The Women Warrior book
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... narrative by Maxine Hong Kingston tells the story of the as a Chinese female in the land of America. The book is divided into five chapters, each one about the different women that figured in the writer’s life. From the reading, one is able to observe several differences between American culture and Chinese culture such as beliefs in superstitions, the role of women in society and the women’s disposition. There are five women in the story, including the author herself. The nature of each person differs from the others. The dead Chinese aunt is weak. She gives in to her personal desires only to be shunned by her society because of her illegitimate child. She kills herself and her newborn baby after g...
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Term paper
Term paper
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... Term Paper Year Issue What appears on the cover What is the article inside about? 1981 Jan 5 3 Man of the year Shaping the future of life 1981 March 9 10 Shaping life in the lab Shaping life in the lab 1981 March 16 11 Taking Command The World according to Haig 1981 March 23 12 The Curse of Violent Crime The Curse of Violent Crime 1981 Aug 17 118-7 Winging it. Coping without controllers Interpretations based on colour photography 1981 Aug 31 118-9 Wrestling Life into fable Behavioural changes in corporations ­­1981 Dec 7 18-23 Crazy over Cats Human Relationships with cats 1983 Jan 24 121-3 The death penalty The revenge aspect of it 1983 April 11 Fighting cocaine’s grip Crime, drug abuse 1983 June 6 1...
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Write an essay stating why the US isnt really a democracy
Write an essay stating why the US isnt really a democracy
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... Democracy is one of the forms of governance wherein every eligible citizen has equal say in the overall decision making process in formulating policies affecting their lives. Each eligible citizen is not only allowed to directly or through their elected representatives to propose, create and develop laws. Apart from this, in democracy, all the citizens are also free to choose and elect as to who will rule them and under conditions. United States of America is the largest economy in the world and is considered as the first modern country to adapt to the democratic constitution. However, there has been a consistent debate as to whether US can truly be considered as the democracy. The history of US ind...
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Managerial Decidion Making
Managerial Decidion Making
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... Decision Making Insert Semester Conflicts are an inevitable part for any organization to develop and efficiently manage its prospects. They are used to label everyday’s human experiences that range from indecision, disagreements to depression. The nature of a conflict to a greater extent depends on its cause, the parties concerned as well as the way in which people respond to it. Fundamentally, conflicts are disagreements that arise as a result of different opinions and perspectives or different working styles employed (Collins, 2209). Different people react in different manners to a given conflict, and they are rooted deeply in all aspects of human nature. The basis that conflicts are different...
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FramptonHolis
FramptonHolis
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... Impromptus on Edward Weston: Everything in Its Place The Hollis Frampton’s reading introduces an impromptu where the hastily changed his plans and stayed in town for another day. The reading asserts that the author had the craving of witnessing an exhibition of a Midwestern museum of the photographs of Edward Weston museum mounted three years after Westons death. The author had been in Ohio for a few months and sought to see the exhibition in 1960, a few days before Christmas before going back to New York (Frampton 49). The author allocated I day for the exhibition but upon arriving at the scene, he discovered over 400 prints. Subject to the scope of the exhibition and the limitation of time, the...
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Outside of art classes what have been your favorite subjects in school and why

Outside of art classes what have been your favorite subjects in school and why

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... I was nine years old when I moved from China to Australia with my family. I went to Pymble ladies college from year 7 to year 11. Those were some of the best years of my life because all courses were taught in a very interesting manner in the school. I particularly found the textile class very interesting. I am an artist by nature. I have been making pictures of trees, objects, and landscapes from early childhood. I love the process of creating a garment. As I designed the garment and got it sewn in a certain way, ideas kept coming to my mind all the while. I tried crazy designs and color combinations over the clothes. I made a whole range of clothes one for the summer season and the other for the...
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Gone with the wind
Gone with the wind
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... with the wind ‘Gone with the wind’ is known as the epic romantic film, in the history of America. This film is based on the famous fiction novel, by Margaret Mitchell. The novel itself received highest ratings, likewise the film. As per the novel the story of the film is set at the time of backdrop of American Civil War, and the reconstruction era. The narration of the story is based on the white Southerners. Undoubtedly, the film received good reviews on behalf of its story line and the actors associated with it. The film was also rewarded with ten Academy Awards. It stood out to be as the best and the most popular film in the year, 1939. The huge cast of the film was highly embraced by the audience...
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Tourettes
Tourette's
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... Tourettes Reflections Life with Tourette’s The clip involves Linda and her son where Linda attended in a CDC-sponsored program on Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics. Lucas was noticed to have tics during the third grade. Linda had a suspicion of TS and visited a doctor for clarification, but unable to be discovered. The tics persisted and became worse in fourth grade. Lucas suffered from ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (CosplayerProductions 2). Lucas declined from being a straight A student to not passing in the middle and high school classes. They tried medication, diets and nutrition for four years without change. They also tried...
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Poetry Writing Analysis
Poetry Writing Analysis
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... Drama Connections of the University Topic: Drama Connections What is Hamlets tragic flaw? Hamlet is a tragic hero. He often suffers downfall from a tragic flaw in his personality. Specifically that flaw is his inability to act and to do the right things at the right time. He faults in timings to avenge his father’s death. When the ghost of his dead father appears before him and entrusts to him the task of retaliating for the foulest murder, Hamlet though accepts the challenge, delays the execution of the task. Hamlet decides to act crazy which forces Claudius to send him to England. ...
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Rhetoricalanalysis of the new jim crow
Rhetoricalanalysis of the new jim crow
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... article ‘How mass incarceration turns people of color into permanent second citizens’ by Michelle Alexander gives important insight into the plights of the colored people and how they are stereotyped and made into second class citizens. It is distinct in its application of different rhetorical tools. Rhetoric approach enables writers to become more persuasive in his or her appeal to influence readers’ views. Consequently, words and texts become major elements of the discourse that are cleverly used to influence the thought processes of the readers as well as gain their credibility. The author has used rhetorical tools to emphasize how overt racial prejudices have become criminal offences but they...
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Silver Water: Sad Yet Beautiful Anecdote
Silver Water: Sad Yet Beautiful Anecdote
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... yet beautiful anecdote “Silver water”, is among a collection of stories told by Amy Bloom, which was included in Best American Short Stories in 1992. This story centers on a teenage girl by the name of Rose who had a psychotic breakdown. Despite Rose’s illness, her family also participated in counseling. After a decade of battling with schizophrenia, Rose eventually kills herself. The unspeakable anguish of Rose’s struggle with her illness that it brought to her whole family and eventual suicide are brought to light through the voice of understanding of Violet. Violet describes her elder sister’s life with accurate, flourishing words as well as luminous imagery. Can deeper power of love triumph succ...
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Comparison and Contrast of Lives The Lottery by Chris Abani and The lottery by Shirley Jackson
Comparison and Contrast of Lives The Lottery by Chris Abani and The lottery by Shirley Jackson
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... Even though both Chris Abani’s and Shirley Jackson’s story appear to bear certain distinct similarities especially in view of the fact that they used “Lottery” in the titles, it is worth noting that they wrote about radically different social backgrounds and time settings. Abani is a Nigeria writer who currently lives in the USA after he fled Nigeria owing to political persecution because of his writings most which were political critics and satires, who escaped from death row and moved to United Kingdom and later US. Jackson on the other hand was writer in the US whose life was marred with social problems arising from an abusive childhood and as an adult she was rumored to have dabbled in...
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It Depends on the topic
It Depends on the topic
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... The Metaphorical Value of Cholera in the Novel Love in the Time of Cholera The theme of love is one of the most popular themes in the literature. Every writer is trying to demonstrate individual characteristics of love. In some books love is primarily presented as a phenomenon that brings suffering by breaking human hearts, while in others - love is a source of happiness and joy. In his novel Love in the Time of Cholera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez sees love as an extremely powerful force capable of influencing the human lives dramatically. Love is considered as a phenomenon that plays an extremely important role in human life. The protagonist of the novel, Florentino Ariza is madly in love with the...
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... hannahatsxs.blogspot.com.au 03/week html The internship seems to be really great and educating, but I would like to know more about what exactly the project Sculpture by the Sea was created for? The idea to exhibit modern art in some extraordinary place, especially an outdoor location, is definitely a good one, but does the sea play any role in the general atmosphere of the project? Like does it generalize the exhibited sculptures upon some marine theme? I’m looking forward to reading some more info about the message that the sea is supposed to send to the entire project of the Sculpture by the Sea. http://hannahatsxs.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/week-5-is-busyone-as-we-are-now-on.html As far as I under...
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Review a play (yankee Tavern)
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... Yankee Tavern – Play Review I found Yankee Tavern to be a maddening, extremely provocative play that keeps youcompelled during the whole length of it. "The only way that conspiracies dont happen is if everything is a coincidence." Spoken somewhere in the deep, darkening thicket of act 2, this powerful and immensely persuasive statement definitely put me in a mind – boggling state. Yet this is the part I loved most about the play. It made me question all the conspiracy theories I have ever come across in my life, whether they were large, important ones such as the 9/11 or small, ignorable ones such as the use of artificial allergens by tissue companies to boost their sales. Watching Palmer (played by...
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... Capital Punishment Death penalty is de d as an act of executing a man by lawful process as punishment to an unlawful acts committed by the individual. The punishment by death penalty has been around since the conception of human civilization. Despite the fact that the methods used have changed, the thought is still the same. It is a method of punishment for overwhelming serious criminal acts. According to Guernsey (13), these crimes are known as capital offenses or capital crimes. The death penalty has been practiced in numerous societies. The discussions and debates over the death penalty have been boiling over on for endless number of years. The death penalty has been utilized for a large number...
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A Raisin Sun Book Analysis
A Raisin Sun Book Analysis
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... RAISIN SUN A Raisin Sun is a book written by Lorraine Hansberry. This book's title is inspired by Harlem which was a poem written by Langston Hughes. The story revolves around the life experience of a black family who dwelled in the neighborhood of Chicago's woodland. The theme behind this novel was the oppression faced by the black Americans during that time. The theme is about misconception, struggle and miscommunication. The story revolves around four main characters namely Walter and Ruth younger their mother Lean and sister Beneatha. The play was about the transformation which Walter wanted to experience, the road he wanted to pave from poverty to wealth. Although his wife was cont...
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Description of My House
Description of My House
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... Essay Of My House I still remember the day when my close friends came to visit my home for the first time throughout their life and as soon as they entered by house, their eyes caught the picture of my beautiful backyard. The sight of the backyard was so soothing for them that they decided to sit in the backyard instead of getting inside the home. The sight of my backyard looks like a nicely decorated wall with various colors of lights and bulbs. The backyard simply looked as if a Montessori class where children have put up paintings all over the class, and roaming around such a class gives life to other individuals, especially adults who think that life is just about work and competition. The grapes...
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The Noplace of My Place
The Noplace of My Place
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... Noplace of My Place A trickle of water teases my ears with the slightest motion of my foot. Lavender invades my nostrils causing my mind to drift into fields of lightly purple softness as my body floats, suspended, in the characteristically warm waters of my favorite place. It may seem odd to think of a bathroom as a favorite place, particularly when there is nothing to distinguish it from the average bathroom found in a typical home. It is a small, white square of a room tucked into an out-of-the-way corner of the bedroom as if it wished nothing more than to simply be forgotten. Feeble attempts to soften the sterility of the room in the form of mist green towels and dark blue toiletry accesso...
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