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... Section/# Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.what Whereas it is currently believed that most composers ical music were strictly composers, the fact of the matter is that prior to the end of the Romantic period of classical music, almost every composer was also an accomplished performer; oftentimes on a number of different instruments. One of the most famous performer/composer that ever lived was of course Ludwig van Beethoven. As a means of better understanding this performer/composer as well as his most famous composition, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, this brief analysis will analyze Beethoven’s personal biographical information, a brief background on the Symphony in question as well as a...
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Gender Roles in Literature
Gender Roles in Literature
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... full November 20, Gender Roles in Literature Gender perceptions and gender roles have often been a central theme of literature in nearly every era. Authors have been presenting their personal opinions about gender roles through the characters of their literary texts. The characters, often times, were a reflection of their own personalities or life experiences. Critics and analysts have been presenting their opinions about literary texts, enabling common readers to become familiar with the themes behind the texts. Given below, in this paper, is a comprehensive comparison of four famous texts of male and female authors: ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman; ‘Sweat’ by Zora Neale Hurston; ...
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Critique of Uncle Sam The Deluxe Edition By Steve Darnall and Alex Ross
Critique of Uncle Sam The Deluxe Edition By Steve Darnall and Alex Ross
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... Critique of Uncle Sam The Deluxe Edition By Steve Darnall and Alex Ross Introduction Uncle Sam by Steve Darnall and Alex Rossis a powerful comic narrative that explores the modern American society and administration by use of historical allusions and visual elements. Darnall and Ross argue that the US is no longer the ideal democracy or the land for all as envisioned in the dreams of the founding fathers. The main points that will be highlighted in this paper include the purpose of Darnall and Ross in writing the comic narrative, and an assessment of the text and the writer’s effectiveness in achieving their purpose. Lastly, the paper will respond to the text by identifying the views that have been...
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Term Paper _Cost Accounting
Term Paper _Cost Accounting
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... The Goal, a Process of Ongoing Improvement Introduction Written by a renowned industry guru Eliyahu M. Goldratt, The Goal, is a fictitious work of literature that addresses a unique subject in terms of the novel varieties being read by the readers. There are no fairies or other voracious, fancy and novel characters in the story to engulf the reader into a world of imaginations and fantasy. In fact the story of the novel revolves around the central character of Alex Rogo, a plant manager in a manufacturing firm with tedious tasks to be performed every day. In this novel the authors have used their creativity to talk about the managerial issues faced by employees in the western working environment and ...
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Margaret Atwoods Death by Landscape
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... assignment is due Annotated Bibliography Cooke, Nathalie. Margaret Atwood: A Biography. Toronto, Ontario: ECW Press, 1998. Nathalie Cooke’s Margaret Atwood: A Biography is considered as the first biography of Nathalie Cooke, the famous author, poet and critic. The book portrays the author’s development as a writer of international fame. The famous works of the author including ‘Death by Landscape’ is analyzed in this book. The author’s sources of inspiration and the different influences she had are explained in the text. The people she met, places she visited and other events she encountered are chronologically presented in the text. The book includes the famous author’s personae, her private and pub...
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The development of the legend of King Arthur
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... King Arthur’s Legend Development The Real King Arthur The real king Arthur was a British general in the fifth century. Hefought against Anglo-Saxon tribes and enabled Britain to live with peace and a paradise of the west (History). King Arthur fought in many battles as a commander together with the Briton kings during his reign. He was a medieval and mythological figure who headed the kingdom of Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table. He is believed to be of Rome descent and affiliation but fought his way through his military expertise in the 5th and 6th centuries. There are no or few known sources for his heroic act, but King Arthur fought through Celtic for Britain. He is thought to have foug...
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Mark Twain
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... TWAIN Outline A) Introduction. B) Biography. C) Influence on American Literature D) Conclusion Foreword: This research paper discusses the role Mark Twain played in the development of American Literature. Thesis: Twain’s works became the turning point in the history of American literature development because they brought the poor class in the spotlight of public attention. Being a writer from the country Mark Twain managed to become a real idol for many generations of Americans. In his books he combined humor, realism and naturalism. In his later works the author turned to some philosophical and ethical problems. Mark Twain was an outstanding American writer and journalist in the USA of 19th centu...
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... the internet for sites concerning Mother Goose. What unusual facts were you able to discover about these ancient nursery rhymes? Include the URLs of the websites that you found. Mother Goose is a famous character in nursery rhymes and stories. Mother Goose was the name of a woman who lived in sixteenth century. She is considered to be the creator of Mother Goose character. In the earlier period, facilities were not available for recording nursery rhymes and stories. Around the middle of a sixteenth century people started to record such songs and stories by writing down etc. Among those were the Mother Goose rhymes which are so popular even to this day. There are critical comments that the characters...
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... Paper Review: ‘Nonaka, I (1991), "The knowledge creating company,” Harvard Business Review, 69 (6), 96104 Purpose The article “The knowledge creating company” is worthy to community members as it entails important themes on the definition,production and utilization of knowledge. The article comprises various aspects that are supported by different authors who provide extensive philosophical introductions into the Eastern and Western epistemology and explain case studies from the Japanese industry. The purpose of this article is to show that knowledge is the only sure source of continuing competitive advantages in businesses. Nonaka (2008) noted that technologies advance,markets shift,competitors...
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California, a Place, a People, a Dream by Rawls, J James and West of the west by Arax, Mark
California, a Place, a People, a Dream by Rawls, J James and West of the west by Arax, Mark
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... a Place, a People, a Dream by Rawls, J. James The article discusses the spectacles of California most of which make it appeal to both Americans and non-Americans alike. The growth of the entertainment industry coupled with several other industries such as tourism makes the state a leading destination to both Americans and immigrants who seek to achieve their dreams. While the dream always works for others thus resulting in success story, the case is often heartbreaking for many others a feature that justifies the rising crime rates in California as the States unemployed resort to violence, crime and drugs among other vices. In the article, Rawls thus discusses the various paradoxes including those o...
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Voice of the Authors

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... American literature boasts of having a unique quality of emerging from an uncharted landscape. Most of the famous writers of all times became famous from ordinary personal works. It could be the method of crafting the works that made them famous, but also the significance of the content they wrote in history. The works represent events in history that held significance and relevance. Finding literary works by an individual that showed the outright events remained significant because the works represented an identity in American history. The authors in this essay wrote their works with merely personal intent and as a way of channeling their feelings towards issues they got engaged. John Winthrop and...
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What extent famous chefs and gastronomes influence ideas of taste, styles of cookery

What extent famous chefs and gastronomes influence ideas of 'taste', styles of cookery

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... what extent famous chefs and gastronomes influence ideas of taste, styles of cookery, the popularity of dishes/ingredients, and the acquisition of the necessary skills to produce them and the hospitality industry. This essay will going to discuss the extent of chefs and gastronomes influence and the hospitality industry’s roles in providing the necessary skills to produce them along with relevant issues surrounding these famous chefs. This will be done objectively using reliable and relevant sources coming from books, journals, articles and internet sites. This is necessary to gather important facts from different side of the issue in order to present it fairly and come up with a realistic conclusio...
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Narrator Attitude in Crime Books

Narrator Attitude in Crime Books

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... Attitude in Crime Books In Cold Blood, All the President's Men and Midnight in the Garden of Good of Evil all deal with real life crimes. Each of the authors takes a different approach to point of view and that perspective relies in great part upon their unique relationships to the setting in which the books take place. All three books combine certain elements of journalism and the novel to create works that move beyond mere crime reporting of facts to bring characters to life. In 1959 the Clutter family was murdered in the small Kansas town of Holcomb. Not long thereafter Truman Capote arrived to do research into the case for a planned article. Six years later what Truman Capote produced was a...
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... PAPER REVIEW Information about the reference: All the five books are philosophy books and all tempts to give an overview of the Plato and other philosophical features of the time. They all revolve around one point but, in different angles giving different views in reference to various issues. They are all common as they refer to the same period and the same subject but, they use different methodologies to meet the objectives. Quotations from the text Page/ Para. # Summaries/Paraphrases 1) “Philosopher’s act is to take us out of the cave...) page 232 “In a place of traditional picture, Rowe proposes a Plato with a largely stable and connected set of ideas…” page 237 2) “The Thinker as Artist how one ...
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Psychological profile on Hannibal lector and Buffalo Bill

Psychological profile on Hannibal lector and Buffalo Bill

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... Profile of Hannibal Lector and Buffalo Bill from the movie The Silence of the Lambs: Hannibal Lecter is a recurring central character in many of Thomas Harris novels. Starting from the novel Red Dragon, the character appears in all four sequels including The Silence of the Lambs. In the authors own words, Lecter is a masterful psychiatrist and a cannibalistic serial killer. Given that Lecter is a fictional character, the author had constructed a unique psychological profile that did not exactly fit with conventional categories. In other words, there is hardly any reference in mainstream press and medical history for a person with such a psychological profile. Nevertheless, based on first hand...
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Book and You

Book and You

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... When Books Speak Books are treasures. They are sources of information that shaped people’s lives in the past and canshape modern lives as well. They do not just enrich one’s vocabulary but also enrich readers’ knowledge of different subjects. Books are as essential today as they have been in the past. In a world with technological advancements where information is easily accessed through the internet, it seems that books are becoming of lesser value than they ought to. It should then be realized that there are still a lot of advantages that printed materials bring to readers compared to what is contained in the internet. With the vast information one can get through the internet, the sources are...
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Fear of Death

Fear of Death

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... question of death and the way humans look at it were the central tenets Kbler-Ross' works. "On the fear of death", which is one of her famous pieces of writing, she dares the Americans to perceive death radically different from their present conception. It has been believed that death has been transformed significantly along with the advancements in science. However, death remains same in many aspects. The fear of death is still universal; it is still a frightening event. Kbler-Ross argues that death always raise multiple feelings and all in a mixed state. It means death could generate anger mixed up with guilt or grief. When one encounters death, s/he is in state of oxymoronic feelings bei...
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... and Number The Abolition of Man C.S. Lewis, one of the world’s most famous conducted a three part lecture on the deterioration of education which was eventually turned into a book entitled The Abolition of Man. Throughout the piece, Lewis makes the argument that natural moral law is an essential part of learning and argues that any other method of teaching is detrimental to the education process. In a world that some believe is still moving away from natural moral law, Lewis’s defense of this philosophy is becoming even more relevant today. There has been a key change in the education system that ends up harming Western culture. In The Abolition of Man, C.S Lewis uses the example of The Green Book ...
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Literature For Children

Literature For Children

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... Victorian Era Charles Dickens, Hardy, William Thackeray, etc., were great Victorian novelists and written many books that enthralled the audience for a long time. Their work is considered one of the finest in the Victorian period. Charles Dickens was reader's favourite and most popular author. He had a good conception of reader's thoughts and used to write what they wanted. His work used to contain all the ingredients that binds reader's thoughts and mesmerises them with ease. He used to change the plot of the story according to the public mood. He knows when to make a change in the story and perfectly used it to his credit. Slowly his writing's changed to the dark side as against the usual happy...
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How does Jackie Kays Trumpet fit into the genre of African-American Literature
How does Jackie Kay's Trumpet fit into the genre of African-American Literature
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... African-American Literature Trumpet is one of the books that portray good features of black literature. Based on a story about Joss Moody, who is a famous trumpet player; the book talks about the big news that surrounds his death and identity. We realize that Joss had a secret, though, one that not even his son, Colman was aware of. He was actually born female; Josephine Moore but lived as a male Joss Moody. The Moody family lived a normal life with a normal family and house. But when the he eventually dies and the truth cannot hide no longer, Colman’s astonishment spills into anger, and he pursues revenge. The book unfolds various African literature characteristics that are similar to American...
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Utilitarianism
Utilitarianism
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... Utilitarian Defense of Torture At present, the United s and the world face the list of controversial issues that touch upon morality and ethics. Usually, opinions concerning them vary greatly and depend on the perspective from which a topic is being examined. Among such has been the question over the relevance of using tortures while interrogating criminals. It appears that although both sides of the issue cam be highly criticized, it is also possible to find justification for tortures when applying the principle of Utilitarianism. As one of the most persuasive and influential approaches to ethics in the history of philosophical thought, Unitarianism was supported by different authors, which resulte...
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Reality Check
Reality Check
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... of the greatest novelists from Columbia, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1985), once said, “What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember.” Consequently, life is defined as the condition distinguishing animals and plants from inorganic matter and it includes the functional activity, reproduction, capacity for growth and continual change preceding death. Two authors Frank Kafka (1883-1924), Gabriel Garcia (1927-2014) and poet Andre Breton (1896-1966) set out to explore perceptions surrounding the world from early years all the way to the current generation. One Frank Kafka, in his book Metamorphosis (1900) shows the difficulties of living in the modern society,...
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Romanticism and Romantic Period
Romanticism and Romantic Period
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... and Romantic Period The beginning of romantic period was marked by the publication of “Lyrical Ballads” accredited to William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor in 1798. Romanticism is characterized by six major traits – imagination, nature, symbolism, individualism, exoticism and romantic arts. Numerous masterpieces were written during 1770-1870 that can be generalized on these traits, winning that century the name of “romantic” period. Hence the authors of these articles are still celebrated as romantic writers. Of the famous romantic writers, James F. Cooper is a renowned name for having written “Tales for Fifteen”, an epic collection of two short stories. In his first short story titled “Imagination”...
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Annotated bibiography (euthanasia)

Annotated bibiography (euthanasia)

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... bibliography Battin,M.P and Lipman, Arthur. G.(Editors) "Drug use in Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia" published by Hawthorne Press (1996) 360 pages. The book contains scholarly articles written by a number of people addressing the various issues concerning euthanasia, the moral and legal aspects of assisted suicide and the drugs used for it. While there are articles about ethical and legal issues concerning euthanasia, more work from the point of view of the patient would have been appropriate. While the authors' view that drugs are the center of the controversy about euthanasia is true, the authors could have addressed the issues concerning the emotional response of the patient in taking the...
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Research Exercise: Document Analysis
Research Exercise: Document Analysis
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... Document analysis Trends and development in radio and television broadcasting Part The subsequent half of the 21stcentury witnessed an increase in the use of media. Radio and television remain among the most famous traditional media that can trace their development to the period. Radio broadcasting became popular in the 1960s for example. The upsurge in the use of radio as a preferred media was attributable to the rising need for information coupled with the advancement in broadcasting technologies. Key among the trends that enhanced the development of radio in the United States was the development of community radios. Such radios targeted particular audience groups and addressed specific topics....
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Choose one element that you notice in (Agamemnon, Hamlet, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock). Explain the similarities and differences as you compare the development in each work of your chosen element
Choose one element that you notice in (Agamemnon, Hamlet, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock). Explain the similarities and differences as you compare the development in each work of your chosen element
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... Agamemnon, Hamlet, ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufock Agamemnon, Hamlet and ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufock areliteral works that are world renowned for their masterly of literal stylistic devices that give the authors’ message substance and meaning. The themes contained in these works of art range from love, hatred and revenge among other subthemes which battle for supremacy in the readers’ mind and conscience. A careful analysis of these works demonstrates some notable similarities in their development and atrocities experienced by the protagonists in the plot. There are also some differences that are accrued from further analysis of these works chief among them the authors’ clarity of ideas...
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The Styles of Cather, Hemingway and Fitzgerald
The Styles of Cather, Hemingway and Fitzgerald
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... Compare the Styles of Cather, Hemingway and Fitzgerald Cather, Hemingway and Fitzgerald are all American Cather gained recognition for her stories of frontier life on the Great Plains. Such novels were O Pioneers, The Song of the Lark and My Antonia (Cather 1). Fitzgerald was famously known for his paradigm writings. He was markedly considered as one of the greatest American authors of the XX century. Hemingway, on the other hand, was also a journalist. His economical, as well as understated style, had a strong influence in the XX century creative writing. Hemingway published most of his writings between the 1920s and 1950s. He also won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954 (Hemingway 3). Cather,...
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WHAT CRITICS SAY ABOUT ROBERT MCKEES SCRIPT WRITING WORK
WHAT CRITICS SAY ABOUT ROBERT MCKEES SCRIPT WRITING WORK
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... McKee Robert Mckee is one of the most famous screenwriting lecturers in the contemporary world. He is really skilled in what he does such that he is able to teach intensively for 32 hours in 4 days of the week, whereby he addressed a big audience concerning screenwriting. Mckee is a very successful individual as highlighted by the number of award winners who have passed through his system. His students include 35 Academy Award winners, 165 Emmy Award winners, 164 Academy Award nominations and many more from various quarters. This is an indication that his works have been appreciated from many quarters. Even movie directors seek advice from Mckee on very many issues. Statistics reveal that over 500,00...
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... Prof’s Annotated Bibliography Machiavelli, Niccolò, The Prince. Aaron Smith, Trans. Chicago: Chicago UP. 1955. Print.This work, written by Nicholo Machiavelli, an important thinker in Reneissance Florence, outlines the steps that a Prince, or leader, should take in establishing and holding power. This work is famous for its somewhat amoral tone, being more interested in outlining how the prince should maintain and control power than what is best for the population he is controlling: the underlying belief seems to be that instability in leadership is worse than a prince that will do what needs to be done to maintain control. Tebeaux, Elizabeth, and Sam Dragga. The Essentials of Technical Communicati...
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Chris van allsburg
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... Chris Van Allsburg Introduction Chris Van Allsburg was born on June 18, 1949, in Grand Rapids, Michigan (6). Van Allsburg’s high-quality work occurs in galleries and movies, in addition to books. His fantastic artwork generates a remarkable world where usual objects become inexplicable. In addition, his demonstrations generate a place where most anything can occur and often does. He started his art career in sculpture. The unique style in most of his drawings clearly illustrates his sculpting background. Regardless of the medium, his art generates a rich and sometimes lingering story that leaves people wanting more (Wheeler, 4). Influence of his childhood experiences on his Later Works Most people...
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A comparison between Leonardo and Michelangelo on the works of the two artists
A comparison between Leonardo and Michelangelo on the works of the two artists
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... Comparative Analysis between the Works of Leonardo and Michaelangelo The paper is aimed to discuss and to compare the works of two of the most renowned Renaissance men of the 16th century, Leonardo Da Vinci and Michaelangelo Buonarroti. Both men were best known in their contributions to the field of visual arts. Also, both men excelled in numerous numbers of fields of interests such as engineering, science and literature. In the analysis of the contributions of Leonardo and Michaelangelo, the query on who had made better impressions as a Renaissance man can be considered inevitable. The Life and Works of Michaelangelo Michaelangelo was referred to as the single greatest Renaissance artist by most...
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The Representation of the Journey in Sixteenth Century Literature
The Representation of the Journey in Sixteenth Century Literature
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... Representation of the Journey in Sixteenth Century Literature Introduction From Homer to Steven King the authors applied journey' as a recognized literary instrument. Journeys always played a great role and had a very important meaning in literature. Many literary creations start with journey that lasts up to the end of writing often representing the foundation of the plot. It is remarkable that sometimes these trips are not physical travellings from one place to another. In a narrative, journey often represents mental development of an individual or cause great changes in his life. An author may create a story about hero’s trip in order to join motivating essentials to make his character go through ...
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Rusnak Auto Group Human Resource Management
Rusnak Auto Group Human Resource Management
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... Auto Group Human Resource Management Company background Rusnak Auto Group is a 52 years old company. It is a family owned business organization. Paul Rusnak is the founder of the company. Victoria Rusnak is the CEO of the organization. The company has dealership of different famous automobile brands like BMW, Audi, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche, Rolls- Royce, Volvo, Bentley and Mercedes Benz. It is a very reputed Colorado based company. Rusnak Auto Group offers a large collection of finely crafted, top performance luxury cars. The organization also provides services for high performing luxury cars. The organization has a long history of good quality services. The organization has experienced...
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The Return of Martin Guerre
The Return of Martin Guerre
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... Religion and Theology John Jones June 6, The Return of Martin Guerre After the French film The Return of Martin Guerre in 1982, Natalie Zemon Davis wrote a novel to accompany it in 1983. An early French historian, who helped with the screenplay, Ms. Davis was a professor at Princeton University at the time (currently teaching in Toronto). A mostly true story, Martin Guerre is a man who lived in sixteenth century France. Plagued by boredom, and a hatred for his life, as well as early onset impotency, Guerre fled his hometown of Artigat in 1548 and disappeared for eight years, leaving behind a wife and son. His wife then became a non-entity for that time, for an abandoned woman had no rights...
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The Shadow of Captain Bligh

The Shadow of Captain Bligh

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... MacLennan's essay The Shadow of Captain Bligh , written in 1953, is interesting. The essay is in special reference to Joseph Haydn, a famous Austrian composer of the classical period, and Captain William Bligh, well known for being the Commanding Lieutenant of the ship H.M.S. Bounty. The author describes the thoughts that came to his mind on a particular evening when he had been listening to Haydn's composition Mass for St. Cecilia, a partially lost composition until a certain Dr. Brand recovered it sometime around the middle of the twentieth century and which had hardly been heard performed until it appeared in a recording of the Haydn Society around that time. MacLennan truly believes that Haydn wa...
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Harlem Renaissance
Harlem Renaissance
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... Essay, English Literature ic and Modern) Topic: Harlem Renaissance Harlem Renaissance is theportrayal of cultural identity of the black community in America, mainly through literature and other artistic forms. A new and distinct color line is demarcated when mention is made about this movement that goes through significant political, social and literary upheavals. Impacted by the technological advancement and education, a new black generation is getting ready to assert itself in every segment of human activity. Among the black intellectuals, writers and poets, several voices are being heard, not always agreeing with each other, but growing like octopus in all the directions. Some concentrate to...
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Carl Rogers Humanistic Approach
Carl Rogers Humanistic Approach
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... bibliography: Carl Rogers Humanistic Approach Smith, M. K. (May 8, 1997) Carl Rogers, Core Conditions and Education. Available at http www.infed.org/thinkers/et-rogers.htm#intro The author of the article observes the main issues of the approach worked out by Carl Rogers. He studies "core conditions" that were represented in Rogers' practice - "congruence (realness), acceptance and empathy". He discusses the advantages and disadvantages of these conditions from the points of view of various commentators and scientists and compares their viewpoints. The author states that the two elements, e.g. realness and acceptance are useful and attractive for those who work in the field of psychology. As far as th...
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Celebrity vs. Ordinary People Phenomenon
Celebrity vs. Ordinary People Phenomenon
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... vs. Ordinary People Phenomenon Living in a century of information gives a great chance for self-development and self-improvement of own knowledge and skills to every person. Human conscience, perception, and point of view involuntarily can be affected with mass media products that play not only informative role but also conduct educational and entertaining functions. Television and press put society in the picture concerning the major events that take place in specific countries, life of concrete people, and world in general. Despite a vast variety of informative sections, it is relevant to say that during last several years the structure and format of news have changed drastically. Hence today...
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Unmasking Administrative Evil
Unmasking Administrative Evil
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... Book Analysis of Unmasking Administrative Evil General i. Title: Unmasking Administrative Evil. ii. Authors: Adams, Guy & Balfour, Danny (2014).  iii. Number of pages: 248 pages. iv. Date of publication: October 2, 2014 v. Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. vi. ISBN-13: 978-0765642912 Authors Professor Guy B. Adams along with Danny Balfour introduced the readers to administrative evil as the new concept in the first edition of this book published in 1998. The fourth edition, released in 2014, expanded the concept of administrative evil with some additional case studies in the body of the book. Guy B. Adams is one of the authors of Unmasking Administrative Evil. He is a professor at University of...
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Smoking and Depression by Dr. Jon Kassel and Dr. Benjamin Hankin
Smoking and Depression by Dr. Jon Kassel and Dr. Benjamin Hankin
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... Source Evaluation: Smoking and Depression Introduction Over the years, smoking has been constantly associated with depression. Medical researchers around the world have proven the significant contribution of tobacco smoking to developing psychological disorder such as anxiety and depression. The topic that the researcher is trying to prove in this paper is whether there is really a strong connection that links smoking to depression, and what are the causative factors that form this relationship. One source that the researcher is considering in this research is an essay entitled “Smoking and Depression” by Dr. Jon Kassel and Dr. Benjamin Hankin. In this essay, the authors delve in the nooks and...
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The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics - Its Evolution, Past and Present
The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics - It's Evolution, Past and Present
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... Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics The article by Boon on “The Screenplay, Imagism and Modern Aesthetics is a robust defence of the screenplay as a form of literature which has, until now, been “ignored and abandoned”2 by critics and scholars. Boon cites the main reason for this neglect as the genre’s interstitial nature, which simply means that it stands in between genres, and indeed also in between the author and the finished product, which is the film or television program. It is simply a fact of life that the public tend to view films and television programs in their finished state, complete with the contributions of actors and directors, and unless this finished product is a re-working...
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Japans Dragon Triangle
Japan's Dragon Triangle
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... DRAGON TRIANGLE Talk about vanishing ships, sudden weather changes, ocean swells and landmasses disappearing overnight and the most likely and unanimous answer you get is - “The Bermuda Triangle”. A lot has been written and said about the famous, or rather the infamous, Bermuda Triangle and the mysterious and practically unexplainable happenings associated with it. But very few people know about the Dragon Triangle, which shares some similar and equally bizarre occurrences with its more popular counterpart. As you travel on the other side of the globe, towards the Pacific ocean off the coast of Japan, you are likely to encounter a less known, but equally mystical area of ocean, known as “The Dragon ...
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On the Numerical Solution of Black-Scholes Equation
On the Numerical Solution of Black-Scholes Equation
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... Solution of Black-Scholes equation Introduction Black-Scholes model is used to describe behaviour of derivative instruments like call and put option. The model yields a partial differential equation called the Black-scholes equation which can reduced to the form of the famous heat equation. Partial difference equations can be solved using either Finite difference methods or Finite element methods. Both these methods make use of a discrete mesh and the values are calculated at the mesh points by iteration using known values. This paper discusses an alternative method which is meshless and is based on Radial Basis functions(RBF’s).It discusses the results obtained after using different sets of RBF’s...
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Poems that Speak of Mens Minds
Poems that Speak of Men's Minds
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... Poems that Speak of Men’s Minds Men usually love ball games. In speaking of ball games, one cannot deny the tendency to think that most men are very fond of ball games. However, this statement can be wrong when taking the side of two American poets who express indifferences towards ball games. Williams Carlos Williams’s poem titled, “Crowd at the Ballgame” and John Updike’s “Ex-Basketball Player” are two poems that strongly speak against ball games. They give an impression that not all men are the same in their view of ball games. Analyzing the two poems could not only lead readers to know the point of view of the two authors but also impart a deeper understanding of human identity. Based on the...
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Leadership Definitions and The Successful Global Leader

Leadership Definitions and The Successful Global Leader

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... OF LEADERSHIP One of the most exciting and challenging theories encompassing human behavior in organizations is leadership. Leadership isthe process of influencing people to work or act towards the attainment of specifically defined goals (Martires & Fule 2000: 569). This topic of delving into human behavior in organizations intrigued many scholars that Ken Valenzuela, the Chief Editor for BeALeader.Net collected various definitions of leadership, to wit: “Leadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal”. (Northouse, 2004). His own definition is hereby presented as “the ability of developing and communicating a vision to a group of people that ...
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Toward a Moral Economy
Toward a Moral Economy
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... Establishment of a Moral Economy Table of Content Concept of a Moral Economy ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 03 History of Efforts for Establishing a Moral Economy ----------------------------------------------- 03 Foundations of Social Responsibility and Business Ethics ------------------------------------------ 05 Requirements of Macro Elements for a Moral Economy ------------------------------------------- 05 Challenges for Establishment of a Moral Economy ----------------------------------------------------- Works Cited ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Concept of a Moral Economy: The ...
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Educational Books for Teaching Early Childhood Education
Educational Books for Teaching Early Childhood Education
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... Books for Teaching Early Childhood Education Introduction Teaching early childhood education is both fun and challenging. The nature of the work that entails honing skills and progress of little minds brings much joy and inspiration to a dedicated educator. Nevertheless, the different personalities and needs of young children challenge the creativity and capability of the mentor. To overcome the imposed challenges, one needs to seek continually for knowledge about changes and trends in the field. Book reviews, lectures, continuing education and other similar efforts will surely help improve and maximize the benefits that every student receives. This book review and reflection presents a collection o...
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The Romantic Movement
The Romantic Movement
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... The Romantic Movement American romantic literature had a powerful influence on the culture of the United s during the 19th century. It was a reaction against the rapid industrialization of the country and the increasing centralization of authority. Romantics believed in human intuition as opposed to dogma and loved nature. They felt that there was more to the human soul than what people learned in church. As America became richer and more confident on the world stage, so did its literature. One critic describes the period as follows: Politically the time was ripe. The 18th century left a heritage of optimism about man's possibilities and perfectability. The lofty ideals of democracy asserted the...
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How Does Film In the U.S Influence People Perception of Chinese Culture
How Does Film In the U.S Influence People Perception of Chinese Culture
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... does film in the U.S influence people perception of Chinese culture? Annotated Bibliography Chan, Kenneth. Remade In Hollywood. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2009. Print. The goal of the research is to evaluate and analyze the effect of media on the perception of Chinese culture and how it portrays this culture. This article discusses about the most popular movies which depicted the Chinese culture by indulging in the themes of Wuxia and martial combat. The movies talked about in the article involve Crouching tiger, hidden dragon (2000), Hero and House of Flying Daggers. The films received a negative review in China where the people actually perceive it as the wrong portrayal of the Chinese ...
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