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Sigmund Freud (#2) – Sample 2009 words

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Carl Gustav Jung was born in Kesswil, Switzerland. His father, Johannes Paul Achilles Jung (1842-1896), was a pastor – a profession that had traditions in the family. He married Emilie Preiswerk (1848-1923) in 1874; Carl Gustav remained a single child for a long time before the birth of his sister, Gertrud. Jung’s study on schizophrenia, […]

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Sherlock Holmes (#6) – Sample 825 words

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  In the ‘solitary cyclist’, the villain goes jail. In the ‘golden Pince-Nez’, the assassin commits suicide. In the ‘final problem’ professor, mortirary falls off rein Bach falls. By finding the solution of the stories all the time the public trust the law and order more and more. We also find morality in the stories […]

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Scarlet Letter Role of Occult – Sample 669 words

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The Black man’s role and effect on the scarlet letters characters The Scarlet Letter deals with many themes but a prominent theme of the entire book is the theme of the occult and the Black man, and also known as Satan. Throughout the book Hester thinks that the black man is working his thoughts and […]

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Scansion: The Secretary Chant by Marge Piercy – Sample 1014 words

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This poetry is a free verse. The poetic foot of each line will be identified according to syllables or phrases since one line cannot be generalized as “iambic pentameter,” for example, since the lines are irregular. The Secretary chant has no regular pattern like this (Shakespeare’s Sonnet 73): ˇ ´ ˇ ´ ˇ ´ ˇ […]

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Romeo and Juliet Compare and Contrast – Sample 1924 words

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William Shakespeare is known as the literary genius behind the classic play Romeo and Juliet. However, his play is not as original as many people may think it is. Thirty years prior to Romeo and Juliet, the play Romeus and Juliet was written; Pyramus and Thisbe was written even earlier. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare […]

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Roman Fever – Sample 1039 words

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In the short story “Roman Fever” we see a pattern in the lives of the women. I like to call this destructive passion. Destructive passion can be put into a literal term of passion itself. “Passion in itself is an emotion applied to a strong feeling about a person or thing. ” (Merriam-Webster online) This […]

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Rape of the Lock Satirical Devices – Sample 428 words

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From the excerpts studied in The Rape of the Lock, Alexander Pope skilfully uses the mock epic genre to satirize the trifling nature of his society through exaggeration, parody and juxtaposition in rhyming couplets. The epic form makes everything larger than life which Pope uses to reveal the absurdity of the society he lives in. […]

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Pride and Prejudice Personal Response – Sample 349 words

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Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice, is a great representation of how life in the 1800s would have been. Placement in society played a major role and most of her characters only did what society permitted them to do. The people who you were surrounded around either broke you or made you an influence on […]

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President Noynoy Aquino’s Sona – Sample 1214 words

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It’s not easy to make a change, but it’s god that we take even a single step to achieve change. The mainstream of Aquino’s Sona is about the utak wang-wang of the government officials not just in streets but also in government and our economy. He is persistent to end the culture of wang-wang, or […]

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Presenting Christianity To Buddhism – Sample 2078 words

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The last words of Jesus the Christ to his first band of disciples was to “go and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mk. 16:15). It has become, ever since, the mandate that the church at large has taken upon itself to endeavor to accomplish. Today, this command is commonly known among Christians as the […]

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