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An Analysis of Das Boot - What is it that makes the film, "Das Boot", stand out in the plethora of war movies. Why was this film, with subtitles and about German World War 2 soldiers, popular enough in America to earn six Academy Award nominations. One possible answer is the characters. Like so many other epics, the sensation of viewing pleasure goes beyond the intense plot and into the intricacy and intimacy of the building blocks of every story: the characters. Director Wolfgang Petersen's mastery is in bringing the viewer into that unfortunate submarine, makes everyone a participant in the horror as one of the characters, creating the feeling of no escape....   [tags: Das Boot Essays] 1500 words
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The Theme of Failure as Presented in Das Boot - The Theme of Failure as Presented in Das Boot     "When 'Das Boot' was first released in the United States, its running time was 145 minutes, and it won huge audiences and no less that six Oscar nominations-unheard of for a foreign film." The genius of Wolfgang Petersen's "Das Boot" is that to Americans it is considered a foreign film indeed; not only in the sense that the film is from Germany, but because the film offers a unique perspective of World War Two, the German perspective. This point of view allows American audiences to walk away from theaters and be impacted by themes which are common in the cinematic industry....   [tags: Das Boot Essays]
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The Affects of Boot Camps on Juveniles - In 2005, 14-year-old Martin Lee Anderson from was sentenced to probation after taking a joy ride with his stolen grandmothers car. Later that year, he violated his probation after trespassing on school grounds. His parents were given two options, either sending him to a juvenile detention center or boot camp. They chose boot camp as the better rehabilitation program, in hoping to change their son. Anderson lasted three hours at the Florida's Bay County Sheriff's Boot Camp before collapsing and being sent to the hospital, where he was declared dead the next morning....   [tags: Juvenile Boot Camps] 1452 words
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Juvenile Boot Camps Do Not Reduce Juvenile Delinquency - Introduction Juvenile delinquency is a relatively new phenomenon. For this reason, society’s reactions and solutions to the problem of delinquency are also modern developments. The United States developed the first youth court in 1899 and is now home to many new and formerly untested methods of juvenile rehabilitation and correction. One of many unique programs within the Juvenile Justice system, boot camps are institutions designed to keep delinquent juveniles out of traditional incarceration facilities and still provide a structured method of punishment and rehabilitation....   [tags: Boot Camps Do Not Reduce Recidivism]
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Boot Camps and Juvenile Crime - Boot Camps and Juvenile Crime Five years ago, responding to an increase in serious juvenile crime, the state of Maryland initiated one of the nation's largest boot camp programs for teenage criminals. The program, called the Leadership Challenge, quickly became the model for other states. But last week, after reviewing a task force report that documented instances of physical abuse at their camps, Maryland officials appeared on the verge of conceding that the current initiative was a failure. Military-style discipline may work as punishment at juvenile boot camps, but it has not been effective as rehabilitation....   [tags: Juvenile Crime Boot Camps Incarceration Essays] 1134 words
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Das Brütus: A Tragic Hero - Das Brütus: A Tragic Hero In The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare, Brutus is the quintessence of a tragic hero. Webster’s Dictionary defines tragic hero as “Any person, especially a man, admired for courage, nobility etc. … in a serious play with an unhappy ending” (277-626). This verbatim definition, however, is useless in an analytical essay. The idea of a tragic hero comes from Aristotle, who thought a tragic hero involved a character of high standing suffering a downfall caused by one or two character flaws....   [tags: Julius Caesar Essays]
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Epic Failure at Boot Camp - ... Hoping I would find some secret formula that would assist my progress through boot camp with as little stress possible. I also logged onto the Coast Guards web site and reviewed every last publication having anything to do with boot camp: welcome aboard information, recommended supplies to bring, testimonies from cadets who had already graduated boot camp. If it had the word boot camp within its paragraphs, I read it. I was so desperate to succeed; I tried to visualize myself at boot camp being yelled at by some giant of a man who had probably never heard a joke in his entire life that made him laugh....   [tags: success, learning, process, skills, challenges] 788 words
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The Boot and Saddle Bar - The Boot and Saddle has risen form the dead as a bar, restaurant and music venue. The Boot and Saddle has a long and interesting history on south Broad and seen the up and downs of the urban life cycle. It was our only country and western bar for years. It hosted mostly local talent and was a watering hole for the Navy when the Yard was a large active Naval Base. The bar was owned by Pete DelBorrello a respected business owner of the bar and other establishments in this neighborhood. With the closing, it sat vacant for 15 plus years before being reopened by the folks who own Union Transfer....   [tags: restaurant in South Philadelphia] 864 words
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The Das-Naglieri Cognitive Assessment System - Introduction The Das-Naglieri Cognitive Assessment System (CAS) developed in 1997 by Naglieri and Das conceptualizing on the works of A. R. Luria PASS model theory, represents an analytic measurement of cognitive abilities based on neuropsychological construct. The PASS theory, acronym for planning, attention, simultaneous, and successive, focuses on the neuropsychological foundation in which cognitive processing and human intelligences based on the functional brain and mental activities of input, processing, and output (Das, 1999)....   [tags: Education, Assessment] 1687 words
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Fitness Boot Camp - A fitness boot camp is a kind of physical training program, which is conducted by personal trainers, gyms and other military personals. These programs have continued to increase in the past few years. Boot camp training will often combine interval training, running and many other exercises, like using weights for losing body fat, increasing cardiovascular efficiency and increasing strength. Many programs offered in boot camp are for nutrition advice as well. The term ‘boot camp’ is used because it will train people, mostly outdoors and this may not be always similar to military training....   [tags: Fitness] 840 words
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Das Kapital Capital: Critique of Political Economy - Introduction Karl Marx is well renowned as a master of philosophical critique; such a statement can be proven justifiable in one of his most notable works titled Das Kapital in German or Capital: Critique of Political Economy. It is important to understand the roots to which Karl Marx established his desire of discovering, as well as answering his curiosities of philosophical ideas. Thirty years of Marx's time was spent developing a critical analysis that reveals the economic laws and reality of the capitalist system and mode of production....   [tags: Karl Marx, socialism, capitalism]
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Teenage Boot Camps - Not The Way To Achieve Discipline - Boot camps for teenagers have become a popular disciplinary option for parents with adolescent children. Often recommended by counselors or by state justice systems as an alternative to juvenile detention centers, the boot camps are rigid military environments. Some are wilderness camps that teach young people survival skills in a military-like setting, while others are held closer to home. Many are state-run in conjunction with the justice system but many are also privately owned and operated. The boot camps have come under intense scrutiny because of suspicions of abuse and because dozens of teenagers have died of preventable causes at the camps....   [tags: Behavior Modification, Teens] 956 words
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Das Experiment - "Das Experiment" is based on a 1970's experiment called "The Stanford County Prison" experiment. A study done to see if the social structure of a prison affects the behavior of prisoners and guards and the perception of their roles. As the scientists trusted and soon learned to fear, the volunteers immediately fell into their, anticipated, roles. The guards abused their power and the prisoners let free what tugged them into their reality as humans. The study was stopped before the two weeks, however it proved to be too late....   [tags: Film] 922 words
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Das Kunstseidene Madchen - DAS KUNSTSEIDENE MÄDCHEN Irmgard Keun's 1931 novel, "Das Kunstseidene Mädchen", which has been translated into English as "The Artificial Silk Girl", is one of the most famous of Germany's `Neue Sachlichkeiten' works. This particular novel, in which the protagonist, Doris, a young working class German girl from Cologne, who dreams of the glitz and glamour and bright lights of the big city, Berlin - in her own words, she wants to be a "Glanz"<em>"Glamour Girl" - suffered subsequent censorship at the hands of Hitler's Nazi regime....   [tags: European Literature] 838 words
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Boot Company, a Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Beauty Photography Industry - ... They had a reduction of pains in their joints, stiffness, joint swelling, and symptoms of carditis. Ibuprofen was patented in the earlier part of 1961, but it was not sold until 1969. Ibuprofen was approved by the FDA, Food and Drug Administration, in 1974 and sold int the USA that year. Ibuprofen is a widely know over the counter drug, but man other drugs are the same except they have a brand name like Nuprin, Advil, Motrin and so on. Ibuprofen can be used as a fever reliever, antipyretic, and pain reducer, analgesic,; for headaches, menstrual cramps, arthritis, small injuries and tooth aches....   [tags: united kingdom, ibuprofen, clinical tests] 555 words
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Social Concerns in the poems of Kamala Das - " He ( the poet) is responsible for humanity, even for the animals, he must see to it that his invention can be smelt, felt, heard." ( Arthur Rimbaud) From the queen of erotica to a poetic pilgrim, the critical nexus on Kamala Das?s poetry has oscillated between opposite poles....   [tags: essays research papers] 1315 words
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How Violence Leaves a Mark in Veena Das’ Life and Words - ... In other words, Das insinuates that the self cannot be analyzed without observation of the other and that an event cannot be analyzed without observation of the everyday. By defining the relations as dependent on one another, Das helps illustrate how violence from an event becomes “folded” into the everyday lives of those who survived it. Das engages with the two instances of violence at the time of the Partition and the 1984 riots in the way they affected individual lives. Through Life and Words, the readers are able to see the kinds of connection and relations one builds during these events within communities, the kinds of “othering” that happens among communities and the way gender af...   [tags: stereotype, individual, relation]
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A Qest for the Unknown: Kamala Das as a Poet of Body and Sexual Aspirations - A QUEST FOR THE UNKNOWN: KAMALA DAS AS A POET OF BODY AND SEXUAL ASPIRATIONS Sex has been one of the most pre-dominant themes in the works of Kamala Das. Time and again she exploits this theme in delineating the relationship between her male female characters. Unlike other Indian women writers, she does not resort to oblique or indirect reference to sex or love-making, rather takes up a bold and hitherto unexploited approach towards sex. As once stated by Wordsworth that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings; Kamala Das epitomizes this utterance and let loose a series of emotions which find place not only in her poetic works but also her short stories and novel....   [tags: poetry, sex, sexual affair, love]
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Boot Camp - Boot Camp With the ever rising prison population in this country, something has to be done rehabilitate criminals rather than just lock them up. Many feel that the “new” prisons, boot camps are the answer (Champion 1990). I will give a brief overview of boot camp institutions, specifically, about the operation and structure of these, the cost involved with both juvenile and adult facilities, and how effective they really are with regard to recidivism. Boot camps or shock incarceration programs, as they are also called, vary greatly around the country....   [tags: Papers] 1402 words
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Boot Camps - Boot Camps The history and explanation of how these institutions are operated The increase in violent behavior amongst America's youth has prompted the implementation of more effective rehabilitation methods. With the percentage of non-violent offenders on the rise, prison incarceration or juvenile detention doesn't seem to be the right solution for rehabilitation. In December 1983 a new idea emerged in Giorgia. This new idea was shock incarceration or boot camp. These temporary institutions were the beginnings of a trend to try and help with the rehabilitation efforts of young offenders....   [tags: Papers] 957 words
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The Use of Expressionism in Das Kabinett des Doctor Caligari and Shutter Island - The link between expressionism and horror quickly became a dominant feature in many films and continues to be prominent in contemporary films mainly due to the German expressionist masterpiece Das Kabinett des Doctor Caligari. Wiene’s 1920 Das Kabinett des Doctor Caligari utilized a distinctive creepiness and the uncanny throughout the film that became one the most distinctive features of externalising inner mental and emotional states of protagonists through various expressionist methods. Its revolutionary and innovative new art was heavily influenced by the German state and its populace in conjunction with their experience of war; Caligari took a clear cue from what was happening in German...   [tags: horror, reality, insanity]
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Juvenile Boot Camps - Juvenile Boot Camps Juvenile boot camps have been emerging more and more over the United States throughout the most recent years. At the rate they keep appearing, they seem as though they are here to stay. However, that might not be the truth quite yet. Several groups believe that they appear to be efficient and supportive to the youth at question. But the public foresees boot camps as senseless and inadequate....   [tags: Papers] 613 words
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Boot Camp Debate - The Boot Camp Debate In any of today's society no matter where you look there will be some evidence of crime present. This statement derives from a sociologist theory that says no society can exists without crime. The government is constantly looking for new ways to deal with these reoccurring problems. The focus has been placed upon the government to look into young offenders and the style used to punish them. Weapons possession is quite common among the youth, at least in urban Canada, between one-third and one quarter of students surveyed indicated that they had carried some form of weapon at school over the previous year....   [tags: essays research papers] 1125 words
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Boot Camps: A Good Way to Deter Youth Offenders in Queensland? - In recent years, the Queensland Government along with other states in Australia have discarded the idea of using court-referred conferencing, instead choosing to follow other avenues for the rehabilitation of youth offenders. One of these avenues is the controversial use of boot camps. Within Queensland specifically, there has been a strong wave of both media and public support for the use of these camps, with much research being conducted to examine whether they are a useful avenue to follow. The use of boot camps has been controversial in many countries around the world, such as the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom and this paper will examine whether these controversial camps w...   [tags: alternative means of reformation]
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A Hot Noon In Malabar - A Hot Noon In Malabar By Kamala Das Kamala Suraiya or better known as Kamala Das is a well known female Indian writer writing in English as well as Malayalam, her mother tongue. She is considered one of the outstanding Indian poets writing in English, although her popularity in Kerala is based chiefly on her short stories and autobiography . She had begun her carrer by writing short stories in Malayalam before she published her first book of poems, "Summer In Calucutta" which apperared in 1965 ....   [tags: Kamala Das] 901 words
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Ragged Dick: Or, Street Life in New York with the Boot Blacks - ... Dick states that by going to the theatre he could, “see the bearded lady, the eight-foot giant, the two-foot dwarf, and other curiosities, too numerous to mention.”# Another aspect of this book that I found to be accurate in select individuals lives throughout this era was the rags to riches aspect of the book. As we learned from several of the characters throughout this book such as Mr. Whitney and even Dick himself at the end of the novel, hard work, ambition, and character throughout this era led to some tremendous success stories....   [tags: Horatio Alger, story analysis]
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erereCreate Your Own Emergency Boot Disk - Hardware Tips: Create Your Own Emergency Boot Disk Create an emergency boot disk, identify mysterious components. Pop quiz: Windows won't start. Do you: A. Panic; B. Take a siesta; C. Calmly smile as you pull out your customized emergency boot disk, use it to start your computer, and proceed to fix your system. If you answered C, I commend you. If you chose B, I envy you. But if you picked A, I can help. It's time for you to make an emergency boot disk that does the standard Windows version one better....   [tags: essays research papers] 669 words
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Boot Camp - Shock Incarceration Programs are Useful - Boot Camp - Shock Incarceration Programs are Useful In the military, boot camp represents an abrupt, often shocking transition to a new way of life. Discipline is strict and there is an emphasis on hard work, physical training, and unquestioning obedience to authority. The new private is told when to sleep, when to get up and when to eat. He marches with his platoon everywhere he goes such as to meals and to training. Orders must be obeyed instantly and personal liberty is almost nonexistent. By the end of boot camp the new private has become a different person....   [tags: Offenders Alternative Jail Prison]
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Comparison of Windows 2000 and Knoppix Linux Boot Disk - Comparison of Windows 2000 and Knoppix Linux Boot Disk Introduction What is X Windows. The X Window System, often known as X, is a windowing system for graphics workstations developed at MIT with support from DEC, Indiana University (1997-2005). What is the Microsoft counterpart. Microsoft's Windows Graphic Device Interface or (GDI) performs the same functionality for Windows as X Windows does for UNIX or Linux operating systems. We begin the journey by separating out the Windows manager (KDM) from the X Windows (XFree86) on the Knoppix Linux disk....   [tags: Compare Contrast Technology Essays]
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Ten Mistakes Parents Make in Choosing a Boot Camp - The past twenty years has seen a major change in residential programs for self-destructive and struggling teens. In the past virtually every residential intervention available was funded and controlled by governmental agencies, including decisions as to who would be enrolled. What has changed is that we now have a rapidly growing network of private residential schools and programs focused on allowing parents more choices. Usually this involves parents paying the tuition, or at least making arrangements for payment through their insurance policy or other resources....   [tags: essays research papers] 1895 words
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Puzzle Piece of the Italian Penninsula of Sicily - ... Jean Blashfield confirms that Italy “produced about 18% of the world's supply in 2010,” making it the the globe's largest wine manufacturer (2014 ed. 122). Economic wealth is attributed to this enterprise since a majority of wine is processed at local vineyards. Because of its unprecedented success after preceding failure, winemaking is upheld as Italy's illustrious industry. Culturally speaking, soccer dominates Italian society as much as wine production monopolizes agriculture. Referred to as “football” outside North America, soccer is Italy's most renown sport....   [tags: agriculature, soccer, boot]
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Rootkit: A Malicious Software - ... More viruses using more complex stealth techniques were developed in the 1980’s and 1990’s. These early rootkits used two common methods of avoiding detection; they included replacing the bios disk input/output interrupts with different modified results and disinfecting the disk scanner whenever the virus scanner was started up and then re-infecting the disk sector when the scanner was stopped. With more secure operating system, the early rootkits were eradicated; however more complex rootkits have been developed with the evolving technology....   [tags: operating system, boot, TDSSkiller] 819 words
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Das Projekt einer globalen Ethik und die afrikanische Philosophie - Das Projekt einer globalen Ethik und die afrikanische Philosophie ZUSAMMENFASSUNG: Die Frage nach einer globalen Ethik stellt sich heute verschärft unfgrund der neuen Qualität gegenseitiger Abhängigkeit der einzelnen Staaten und Regionen beruhend auf einer eng verknüpften Weltwirtschaft und dem weltumspannenden Netz modernen Kommunikationssysteme. Diese Verknüpfung zeigt sich am deutlichsten in der Vernetzung transnationaler Konzerne, deren Produktionsstätten nicht mehr an nationale Territorien gebunden sind....   [tags: German Essays] 2989 words
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My Journey of Becoming a Linux Administrator - ... This is where daemons are started. Next, the console and X display manager for graphical login begins. In the third stage there is an important task taking place it’s the initrd process. A temporary root file system is loaded into memory in the boot process of the Linux kernel. The next topic up for discussion is the Boot Loaders. The bootloader is software that executes after the hardware's BIOS completes its startup tests. The bootloader starts an operating system or another bootloader (this is called chainloading)....   [tags: boot process, loaders, init scripts] 951 words
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E. M. Fleming's Model of Artifact Study and the Work Boot - E. M. Fleming's "Model of Artifact Study" and the Work Boot The work boot has become a hot item for many girls and young women. This artifact of appearance may reveal a lot about American culture and society in the 1990's. By applying E. M. Fleming's "Model of Artifact Study", I will analyze this artifact in an attempt to shed some light on the values, priorities, and ideals of our society. Just like Fleming's model suggests, this paper will be broken down into four major sections: Identification, Evaluation, Cultural Analysis, and Interpretation....   [tags: Sociology Society Culture]
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Vietnam War in Movie Full Medal Jacket Directed by Stanley Kubrick - ... He becomes a joker to maintain his distance. Private Pyle is one of the men in training who is over weight, un coordinated and is a man who is lacking in all the training unlike the rest of the men in training. The viewer believes that in the beginning of the film Private Pyle is more like a kid needing to be pampered rather than a grown man about to face a bloody war. He constantly got in trouble for all his wrong doings one being when he snuck a jelly donut by his bunk. In stead of punishing Private Pyle Sergeant Hartman punished the rest if the guys telling them to do pushups white Private Pyle ate the donut....   [tags: war, boot, camp, soldiers, killer] 727 words
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Juvenile Bootcamps - Boot camp is an alternative to incarceration. In this paper I will prove that Boot Camps for youthful offenders are effective. Boot camps started in the year 1888 by Warden Zebulon Brockway at the Elmira Reformatory located in Elmira, New York. The warden did this because he wanted to invoke a new way of disciplining and keeping the inmates active. The reasoning that this style of imprisonment worked was because there were virtually no prison guards which saved thousands of dollars. Another reason that it worked was because the men would work day and night producing quality goods that were much less then the competitors....   [tags: Teens History Boot Camp Essays]
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James Cameron's Presentation and Adaptation of Titanic for the Cinema - James Cameron's Presentation and Adaptation of Titanic for the Cinema The 1997 film 'Titanic' is based on the well-known true story of the R.M.S Titanic, which sank on its maiden voyage to New York from England. The film is based around the sinking of the Titanic, with the break up of Cal Hockley's (Billy Zane) and Rose DeWitt Bukater's (Kate Winslet) engagement as Rose falls in love with Jack Dawson (Leonardo de Caprio) to carry the film along to the accident where the titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean....   [tags: Papers] 751 words
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German Films - German Films Not since "Das Boot" back in the 1980s has a German film produced so much buzz in North America. "Run Lola Run"/"Lola rennt" (1998) has received an overwhelmingly positive critical response and has even won a few awards. At one point it was among the top 20 films in the US – a very strong showing for a subtitled foreign-language film....   [tags: Papers] 1027 words
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Healthy Living - In just a few seconds, his life went from bad to worse. While working one day, Mike Sprague fell of a thirty-five foot roof, breaking both feet. He was bedridden, unable to do any exercise of any sort. To add on to this, Mike was overweight and weight loss was necessary for his recovery. His inability to walk made losing weight even more difficult. To make matters worse, Mike was gaining weight in this state of sedentary hopelessness. Mike became sorrowful, depressed, and failed to see any good in his life....   [tags: overweight, diet, exercise, boot camp, motivation]
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A Journey Through India in the Book “Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri - ... Kapasi address fluttered away in the wind and no one but Mr. Kapasi noticed” (462). He believes the address flying away symbolizes the ending of their relationship. When the address flies away, Mr. Kapasi and Mrs. Das learn they are two different individuals with nothing in common. Additionally, Mrs. Das is known for always carrying her puffed rice mix everywhere. The puff rice mix is a symbol because it shows how insensitive and naïve Mrs. Das is as a mother and wife. When Mr. Kapasi asks Mrs....   [tags: emotions, vacation, interpreter]
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Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri and The Storm by Kate Chopin - ... First off the rebellion of the children, second the bad parenting as nothing is done to stop the rebellion, and last the fact that Mr. Das asked Bobby to watch Ronny when Bobby is younger than him is immature and sets a bad example of obedience. Later when Mr. Das is talking to Tina he refers to his wife using her first name, and “Mr. Kapasi [their tour guide] found it strange that Mr. Das should refer to his wife by her first name when speaking to the little girl” (14). However Mr. Kapasi knows it's none of his business and does say anything out it....   [tags: characters having a lack of values] 1011 words
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Interpreter of Maladies in Comparison with Marriages - Interpreter of Maladies is just one of the many short stories written by Jhumpa Lahiri. Interpreter of Maladies is the story of an American family and an Indian tour guide, Mr. Kapasi. Driving from location to location, Mr. Kapasi revealed his second job as a translator of symptoms of patients who speak a different language than the doctor. Mrs. Das declared his job romantic. Mr. Kapasi became smitten with the woman because he himself suffered from a broken marriage. Seeking help from Mr.Kapasi, Mrs....   [tags: jhumpa lahiri, mr. kapasi, healthy marriage]
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Corrections in the 21st Century - Corrections in the 21st Century Date: 8/21/10 The principle of boot camp is designed in military technique semi penal environments that practice discipline, armed forces training and precise physical exercise to crack a disobedient or delinquent teenager to apparently return home as good individual. In the end, the individual is to obey authority, comply with rules and regulations, and improve the teenager behavior at home and school settings (Boot Camp Info, 2000). In most cases, there are rehabilitations or psychological involvement to deal with the underlying disturbing emotional problems which may be causing or developing the issues in the teen....   [tags: Criminal Justice]
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Setting up a Raspberry PI - ... STEP 1: SETTING UP OF RASPBERRY PI  Installation of raspbianos in raspberry pi.  Enabling SSH in pi for GUI. STEP 2: CONNECTING PI WITH COMPUTER RASPBERRY PI SIDE SETTINGS :  ifconfig command is used to find the ip address of pi.  To make the ip address static the following commands has to be given in LX terminal of pi. sudocp/boot/cmdline.txt /boot/cmdline.normal sudonano /boot/cmdline.txt sudonano /boot/cmdline.txt ip=192.168.3.11 sudocp /boot/cmdline.txt /boot/cmdline.direct sudo reboot LAPTOP SIDE SETTINGS:  Installation of putty software in laptop....   [tags: putty software] 769 words
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Family Feud in Anita Desai´s Clear Light of Day - Until a child is eighteen years old, the parents have full responsibility. They provide a stable and loving environment for their children. As the leaders in a household, caring and loving parents also maintain the bonds that hold the family together. However, absence of loving parental guidance can create tension between family members. Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day shows how war, specifically the partition of India, affects a particular family. The partition of Indian in 1947 created the separate countries of India and Pakistan, consequently ripping families apart....   [tags: patents, guidance, war, family] 1325 words
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Mix-Cultured Vagabonds - Jhumpa Lahiri’s short story, “Interpreter of Maladies,” follows the adventure of an American-Indian family who are taking the role of tourists in their own native homeland. The Das family is inherently Indian, but the experience of being born and raised in America has diluted their cultural background. The Das family is a symbol of both American and Indian cultures intermixing, and due to this, the family does not completely belong in either culture. The Das family is Indian, but they have been socialized into American culture....   [tags: Jhumpa Lahiri, story, Interpreter of Maladies]
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Differences Between Human Need and Human Want - There are several reoccurring, unanswered questions that plague the minds of curious individuals. Why am I here. What is my purpose. What makes me feel whole. Among these popular questions is one undefined by black and white perimeters. Human want vs. need, answers to this question only found in the boundless grey area. Down to the very fundamental structure of the human brain, we assort things into categories, giving structure and prioritization to our thoughts. What is the dividing line between wanting and needing, and how dependent is our happiness and overall success in finding the answers to this question....   [tags: human growth,self-fulfillment,human emotions]
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Interpreter in Maladies - The author of the story was born in 1967 in London, and soon after she moved to Rhode Island in the United States. Although Lahiri was born in England and raised in the United States and her parent’s still carried an Indian cultural background and held their believes, as her father and mother were a librarian and teacher. Author’s Indian heritage is a strong basis of her stories, stories where she questions the identity and the plot of the different cultural displaced. Lahiri always interactive with her parents in Bengali every time which shows she respected her parents and culture....   [tags: Jhumpa Lahiri, India, culture, cultural clash]
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