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Siddhartha Theme – Sample 640 words

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“Yes,” said the Ferry man, “ a very beautiful river, I love it more than anything. Often I have listened to it, often I have looked into its eyes and always I have learned from it. Much can be learned from a river. ” There are many possible themes for this book that would all […]

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Shakespeare’s Othello (#4) – Sample 791 words

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In Shakespeare’s play presented in the 17th century, Othello’s character, at first, presented one that is persistent, powerful and proud. His love is centered on the ‘gentle Desdemona’ (Act I, Scene II, Line 28); still, his love for the sea and for battles cannot be ignored, for he has spent nine months in ‘tented field’ […]

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Review of Related Literature (#6) – Sample 1019 words

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Coal Ash Coal ash is a collective term for the residues left during the combustion of coal. Depending on the source and makeup of the coal being burned, the composition of the coal ash vary considerably, but all includes substantial amounts of both amorphous and crystalline Silicon dioxide (SiO2) and Calcium oxide (CaO), both being […]

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Realism in American literature – Sample 1310 words

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The novel “Maggie: A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane. Is a work of fiction challenging trained English enthusiasts to determine where it fits in; the category of true naturalism or realism. Steven Crains first novel written in 1893 falls after the end of a realist movement starting in 1860 to 1890 this was […]

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Racism and Prejudice in To Kill a Mockingbird – Sample 522 words

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In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, an African American, named Tom Robinson, is accused of raping a white girl. Throughout the story we learn that Maycomb County, Alabama is full of people who are considered to be racist. From the beginning, even before Robinson’s trial began, everyone believed that he would be found guilty. […]

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Puritans, Max Weber – Sample 819 words

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1.Explain: Puritans wanted to purify the Church of England. Puritans were people who wanted to get rid of things that were not stated by Jesus Christ or by the Bible. They rejected decisions and traditions established by the Church (i.e. people). Examples: paintings of God and Jesus, rich ornaments and décor, hierarchy in Church, selling […]

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President Barack Obama’s Communication Style – Sample 1528 words

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During President Barack Obama’s climb to the White House, he and his campaign have utilized an effective and thought provoking communications strategy to provide a transparent and honest message to the American public. Through his powers of oration, his formidable writing abilities, his comfort on the stage of debate, and through the revamping of the […]

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Pragmatism, Empiricism and David Hume – Sample 600 words

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Pragmatism is based on the philosophy that ideas must be tested and re-tested, that experiences dictate reality. Pragmatists also believe in no absolute truths or values existing. David Hume argues that, “no proof can be derived from any fact, of which we are so intimately conscious; nor is there anything of which we can be […]

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Persuasive Writing Assignment – Sample 457 words

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Rebellion is when one refuses to accept authority. The transition of childhood into adulthood is most often represented by actions of rebellious nature. The average teen is always looking for away to escape conformity. Two pieces of work that express a common theme of rebellion and conformity are, The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. […]

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