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Dignity and Transformation in the Face of Tragedy in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck - ... The Joads and Jim travel from migrant camp to migrant camp, where the struggle for survival is placed in sharp relief as man must turn against man in a sickening Darwinistic environment. The characters suffer breakdowns, the father retreating from his role as a leader, the mother enduring the tragedy in silence, and Tom questioning what the point of his life even is. The climax of the struggle occurs as Jim is murdered by a police officer, who Tom then kills. In the absence of the group’s spiritual leader, Tom steps up and joins together a large group of migrants to fight for better conditions, finding his purpose as a man of the people and leaving the Joad family on his own....   [tags: church, transformation. migrant]
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The Transformation: Then and Now - “So God created human beings in his own image. In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them” (New Living Translation, Gen. 1.27). William Blake, in his poem “The Divine Image”, uses multiple literary techniques, such as personification and repetition, to portray his idea that man and God share many of the same divine qualities. He later wrote the poem “A Divine Image”, which contrasts with the first by discussing the negative aspects of human beings. These negative characteristics are emphasized through the use of metaphors and, again, personification....   [tags: Literature] 2192 words
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The Transformation of a King - Debatable is the story of Prince Hal and how he undergoes a transformation so infinite we may have difficulty comprehending the struggles he endured. Throughout the course of events in Henry IV, Part I, By William Shakespeare, first impressions of the characters are depicted and remain strong during most of the play. From the beginning of the play it is understood that Hal is an immature extrovert who sees no need for careful behaviors. Unlike his father, King Henry IV, Hal puts forth insufficient effort to prove he can hold the power that will eventually be his when he succeeds his father in the throne....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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The Transformation of America - The transformation of America is often discussed in both popular media and academic dialogue. Each generation has a name, new technologies define new eras, and events seem only notable when they are “historic”. While major events catch the interest of a broad spectrum of the public consciousness, subtle interactions between actors and slight shifts in beliefs are constantly changing the realities of the world. When the twin towers fell in 2001, the United States seemed to be thrust into a new world of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Jihadists, and a global fight against terrorism; bombs were dropped, ground forces were deployed in foreign states, and anyone who publicly questioned the urgency o...   [tags: Politics] 1375 words
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The Transformation of Gdańsk - The city of Gdańsk has played an important role in the transformation of Europe. But the same thing that today makes us proud about our past, could very well be what makes us a monument in the future. A legacy enacted solely through commemoration does not constitute a creative starting-point for adapting to contemporary challenges. Gdańskian, Polish, or European. Gdańsk needs to transform. And Europe will play an important role in the transformation of Gdańsk. The future of Gdańsk, like the future of Poland, and of Europe, is decided by how we take responsibility for the freedom that we’ve conquered....   [tags: International Government] 854 words
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The Transformation of Europe - Over two-hundred years ago, Europe was a vastly different place. To the modern eye, the Europe of the 18th Century would be unrecognizable compared to its current state. However, the road to this new Europe has been not been all kicks and giggles, but a rather rough and tumble journey. Due to the introduction of new ways of thinking, the occurrences of multiple revolutions, changes in government style and leadership, which led to the creation and extinction of numerous countries as well as rearrangement of boundary lines, and the formation of a European Union, Europe today is hardly comparable to the Europe in our history books....   [tags: European History] 1261 words
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The Transformation of Macbeth - A man of dignity and intrepidity, Shakespeare’s Macbeth in the tragic play “Macbeth” had once embodied these majestic traits and left others around him awestruck in merely inspiration, yearning to echo his footsteps. His courageous escapades had also succeeded in winning over King Duncan of Scotland during a battle in which he defeated King Sweno of Norway. Yet, farther into the play, Macbeth’s character seemingly transforms into a man of ruthlessness and vulnerability. He becomes a “tragic hero” after his confrontation with the witches, the stern lectures of his wife (Lady Macbeth), and ultimately, the immoral human nature of greed....   [tags: Character Analysis] 1236 words
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The Transformation of Healthcare - INTRODUCTION The health care system in America today is poised for major,sweeping changes related to the enactment and implementation of the 2010 Affordable Care Act(IO,2010). As put forth in a report by the IOM titled,The Future Of Nursing:Leading change,Advancing Health,nurses,who comprise the largest portion of our country's healthcare workforce,have the opportunity to play a fundamental and influential role in this transformation while expanding and optimizing their own contributions to healthcare.The report focuses on several key points that would enable nurses to step up to the challenges ahead,specifically by achieving higher levels of education while creating an improved system for a...   [tags: nursing, barriers, expansion] 910 words
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Transformation of Islam - Introduction Arab conquest has led to the distribution of the Arabic culture within Central Asia, including the spread of the Arabic language as state and literary. However, from 700s the authority of Arab governors and military leaders undermines, and the intensive flowering of the literature in non-Arabic languages begins during the Samanids and the Karakhanids. People adjusted religion to their way of life. Therefore, this decline in the prestige of Arabs does not symbolize a failure of Islam, but represents a transformation of Islam in Central Asia....   [tags: Religion, Arabic Culture, Central Asia] 1767 words
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The Agricultural Transformation - The agricultural transformation was the beginning of new way of life; it modified the way we lived and continues to affect us even in today’s society. It began when hunter-gatherer groups in Mesopotamia and in the New World started to settle in single places instead of continuously roaming in search of food. The ability to store food brought on Settling and some other new customs such as using more advance stages of preparing food (grinding grains), and eventually the early stages of agriculture....   [tags: Agriculture]
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A Survey on Transformation of BPMN to BPEL - III. LITERATURE SURVEY Many researchers have studied the transformation between BPMN and BPEL. Most of the research conducted in this field is analytical in nature. Only few insights exist into the practical use of BPMN. Most notably is the work of Ouyang et al. [10, 11] and [12], who propose that BPMN to BPEL transformation be accomplished by multiple phase matching of pattern and graph transformation. An algorithm for generating readable BPEL code from BPMN model is presented in [10] which generates BPEL code from BPMN model by discovering structural patterns in the BPMN models which in turn are mapped into BPEL structured activities....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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A Survey on Transformation of BPMN to BPEL - Abstract— A business process life cycle consists of different phases of development which are executed in certain order. Over the last decade, the discipline of Business Process Management has evolved to sequence and automate business processes for better performance. For this purpose, BPMN and BPEL have been designed not only to facilitate business and technology people to effectively perform their work but also to bridge the gap between them. BPMN is a graph-oriented language developed to create notations for use by the business community to define abstract business process in workflow....   [tags: Business Process Management]
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A Survey on Transformation of BPMN to BPEL - IV. CRITICAL ANALYSIS There are variety of modeling language use to collaborate between business and IT peoples. Evaluation of modeling language is important to select most suitable language according to business needs and to improve existing expression language. Currently originations are striving for BPMN as a standard BPM notations and BPEL for process definition. However, such a proposed standard need careful examination of BPMN and BPEL. Research conducted in this field can be categorized into different domains including capacity of BPMN and BPEL to support workflow technologies, domain representation, semantic analysis and evaluation of BPMN exclusively....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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The Transformation of Edna Pontellier in The Awakening - “She wanted something to happen- something, anything: she did not know what” (Chopin). In Kate Chopin’s novel, The Awakening, the reader is introduced to Edna Pontellier, a passionate, rebellious woman. Throughout the novel, it becomes apparent how unsettled Edna feels about her life. The reader can identify this by her thoughts, desires, and actions, which are highly inappropriate for an affluent woman of the time. In the novel, Edna has an awakening and finds the courage to make the changes she sees necessary....   [tags: Kate Chopin, The Awakening]
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Workplace Transformation and Its Importance - Workplace transformation is necessary to help a company continue to be successful and grow in the future. The company I work for is currently going through a massive transformation and re-organization. The goal of the transformation is to become more efficient by reducing redundancies and also be able to better serve our customers through specialized centers of excellence. This will also enable us to move quicker in terms of delivering new and improved products at a faster pace than ever before....   [tags: Organization, Company]
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The Process of Transformation Through Education - The Process of Transformation Through Education Nursing profession has made leaps and bounds since I embarked onto the field of nursing in 1993. While I was proud of being a nurse, I did not feel the need to be ambitious nor competitive in my field. Aside from the well known fact about the nursing shortage, I was not familiar with the numerous advancements that had been made by the profession. Most recently, I have come to realize how sophisticated and respected nursing profession has become....   [tags: Nursing ]
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The Energy Transformation in an Incandescent Globe - ... One of the disadvantages of incandescent globes is that there is more heat emissions than light. This is called ‘wasted energy’ as there is no real use for this light other than the aforementioned. The energy transformation in an incandescent globe is complicated, but not so much so that it is hard to understand. The energy is transferred from the wire into the filament- causing it to heat up. When the filament is heated, it produces light- but also substantial amounts of heat. This was outlined in the disadvantages....   [tags: sustainability ideals, energy savings] 804 words
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"The Color Purple": A Story of Transformation - It is possible to say that the conceptions of women’s experiences do not speak to the conceptions of men. Universal perspectives have been asserted explaining the differences between men and women, by basing individual feelings on external impressions. From different perspectives, no such thing as personal prejudices exists. Judgments on the female phenomena are uninfluenced emotions that contain higher thought of physical manifestations. The Cultural components of this social structure include the interactional expectations that each of us meet in every social encounter (Risman, 268)....   [tags: Film Analysis ]
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The Growth of and Transformation of Social Media - ... telephone conversation) than interpersonal (e.g. face-to-face discussion) and for asynchronous (e.g. e-mail) than synchronous (e.g. live chat). The higher the social presence, the larger the social influence that the communication partners have on each other's behavior. (Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010). Media richness theory is based on the assumption that the goal of any communication is the resolution of ambiguity and the reduction of uncertainty. It states that media differ in the degree of richness they possess - that is, the amount of information they allow to be transmitted in a given time interval - and that some media are more effective than others....   [tags: marketing, promotions, projects] 1702 words
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Transformation and Improvement of Television Hardware - ... Because of constant occurring changes in the field of television, liveness is still a key problem for studies in television. Adequate theory and methods of analysis can be presented to evaluate the cultural force of television’s liveness. Paddy Scannell states a similar point in his book Radio, Television and Modern Life (1996): ‘The liveness of broadcast coverage is the key to its impact, since it offers the real sense of access to an event in its moment-by-moment unfolding’ (Ibid, 84). Even though, liveness is not a focused concept in Scannell’s analysis of radio and television in his book, he still explores how the experience of contemporary culture has changed in the modern world....   [tags: technology, image, ] 1457 words
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Transformation in Call of the Wild - Transformation: The evolution of an object or someone or dramatic change in form or appearance. In the story of The Call Of The Wild we follow a dog named Buck through his journey through the Klondike. We experience a transformation in him, as he adapts to the cold, harsh land where he is forced to toil in the snow,just to help men find a shiny metal(gold). Buck is a mix of a german Shepherd and a great Bernard. Buck goes from being the dog in command at Judges Ranch that takes care of kids, hunting with Judge and swimming to a sled dog in very cold harsh conditions carrying hundreds of pounds.How....   [tags: journey, dog, sled, betting, cold]
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1920s an Era of Social Transformation - Citizens wanted normality to return to America. The 1920s was also known as an era of social transformation for women and American society. America was changing fast between War World I ending, and women testing new boundaries. The twenties was a positive and negative change for America. The 1920 had a paved a path which leads women towards social independents, and the twenties was also a decade that gave American a new view on their government. The prohibition movement had also made a huge impact on American society as a whole....   [tags: history, prohibition, women's rights]
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The Transformation of the American Colonies - From 1763 to 1789 the American Colonies underwent a radical transformation becoming an independent self-governing nation. The British debt accumulated from the French and Indian War brought colonists into conflict with the mother country over a variety of social, political and economic issues. This turmoil pushed the colonials to fight for their independence and develop a government that would counter these problems. With the introduction of the constitution, the American Revolution initiated a radical departure from the America prior to 1763 when it developed unto a revolutionary society....   [tags: American History ] 1701 words
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The Transformation of Russia's Government - Transformation is one of the things that makes Russia incredibly diverse and interesting. Russia is known for beautiful architecture, strong military background, multiple changes of government and many other things. China, Finland, North Korea and Mongolia are some of the fourteen countries that border Russia. Russia is the largest country in the world and the United States of America would have to almost double in size in order to match Russia. Russia covers an area of 17,075,200 square kilometers, 79,400 square kilometers of the overall area is water....   [tags: Geography Essays] 1462 words
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The Transformation of theIndustrial Revolution - The Industrial Revolution was the transformation from agricultural to an industrial nation. During the 1780's, the Industrial Revolution first began in England. The Industrial Revolution took place when people migrated from rural areas to urban areas to work in factories. As a result of increased population and trade, Great Britain rose to be the Mother country of the Industrial Revolution. Many natural resources like coal and oil were developed in The United Kingdom. The mother country also had a very large amount of food supply, and numerous countries to trade with....   [tags: agricultural, child labor, migration]
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Transformation in the Middle East - A profound transformation is occurring in the Middle East over the past few months. Since January of this year the region has seen the overthrow of two long standing regimes, that of Ben Ali in Tunisia and Hussein Mubarak in Egypt. Nearly every other country in the region has seen protests of varying severity and outright bloodshed in Libya. The upheaval appears to have been unforeseen by much of the international community. How America and its allies react to this situation may well determine the future of relations between the West and the Arab world....   [tags: democratic reform, religion, traditionalism]
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Organisation Change: Development & Transformation - Introduction It is a well-known fact that the strategy of an organisation is mandated by the environment that it operates in. It is also common knowledge that the current environment that organisations function in is far from stable. Organisations and their members are required to go through change if they are to perform at competitive levels in this turbulent environment, and as Robbins and Judge (2012) argue, radical change is sometimes needed. Organisations need to adapt to changing environments and Waddell, Cummings and Worley (2011) put forward that in order to cope with the challenges and opportunities they face, organisations have to confront the challenge of developing a suitable ma...   [tags: organizational development]
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Theme of Transformation in Emma - Emma also transforms into a proper woman through correcting her original neglect. Trollope states that “[i]n every passage of the book she is in fault for some folly, some vanity, some ignorance, or indeed for some meanness” (7)19. Because of her ignorance toward attitudes of her neighbors, Emma interferes through their lives in a way that makes them unhappy, for “she had often been negligent” (Austen 359)20. Mr. Knightley predicts the outcome of Emma’s plans in the beginning of the novel when he states that “[y]ou are more likely to have done harm to yourself, than good to them by interference” (Austen 8)21 and also that “[v]anity working on a weak head produces every sort of mischief” (Aus...   [tags: Literary Analysis, Emma, Jane Austen]
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Transformation of Homewood West Community - ... To my surprise, many were well-educated and very welcoming, and ambitious people, striving to make the community better. Many of them noted the issues in the neighborhood, and stated that they had a lot of work to do but they made me leave Homewood West with hope. As I started my journey into Homewood, I made my way down Franktown Avenue past the YWCA I started to see differences from the city and why a lot of residents are struggling to make ends meet. There were houses with broken windows, and businesses that were vacant or torn down....   [tags: neighborhood, railroad, racism] 2044 words
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Transformation Laws: Luminance Constancy - Luminance Constancy As you read this page, processes are at work allowing you to make sense of it. How do you see the black ink on the page on a background of white (paper). Many of these processes we take for granted. As light hits the page, it is reflected back to our retinas. These retinal images are simply shapes and gradations of light. The curves of the images on the page are then perceived as letters. The letters are strung together into words. As we take in these long strings of words, a message is received by our consciousness....   [tags: objectivity, color, size, and distance]
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Dickins Elementary Library Transformation - Bentheim (2010) explains the transformation in the school library at D.L “ Dusty” Dickins Elementary School in North Las Vegas. Bentheim used authentic experiences with stations in the library to focus on thematic word study, writing, media literacy, author study, reader’s theatre, games, and guided reading. Bentheim provided direct support reading instruction to students who were below grade level. Gifted students were placed on a special team that worked together to design the reading garden that would be built outside the library windows....   [tags: Education ]
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Government Transformation Programme (GTP) - Malaysia has now facing a lot of crime issues recently. This has made the crime issues to being discussed a lot in parliament. The authorities are now in great despair as the crime rates continue to get worst each day. The government has come up with a solution known as the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) that is introduce to help in transforming Malaysia into a better country (PEMANDU, 2010). This programme focused on areas that needed the most intention by government known as the National Key Result Areas (NKRAs)....   [tags: society, economy, relationship, country, crime] 1092 words
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Scientific Experiment: Bacterial Transformation - ... Independent Variable: The plasmid Dependent Variable: The type of growth of bacteria in each dish Controlled Variables: The amount of plasmid added to + dish, incubate on ice for 15 minutes, heat shock of 42 degrees Celsius for 90 seconds, Plate spent 24-36 hours in 37 degrees Celsius, 15mL tubes for + and –plasmid, 250 microliters of CaCl2 (calcium chloride) Procedure: 1.Label 2 15-ml tubes +plasmid and -plasmid. 2.Add 250 µL of Calcium Chloride (ice-cold) to each tube using a sterile pipette....   [tags: Gene Transfer, DNA, Plasmid] 797 words
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Army Transformation - The Army has transformed several times during its history. Adapting to the operational environment is a necessity for the force called upon to prosecute its adversaries. The Army must do what is necessary to protect the U.S. against all enemies, and advance the national interests of the American people. To accomplish this, anticipation of threats is crucial and victory against its adversaries is an imperative. The nation relies on the military for strategic level deterrence and expects that it will be decisive in combat operations....   [tags: Military History]
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The Transformation of Hamlet - The Transformation of Hamlet             In Hamlet, the protagonist Hamlet faced many dilemmas that led to his transformation throughout the play. The people around him and the ghost of his father dramatically affect him. Seeing his father’s ghost had changed his fate and the person he had become. The path he chose after his encounter with his father’s ghost led to his death.             In the beginning of the story, Hamlet’s character was struggling with the sudden marriage of his mother, Gertrude, to his uncle, Claudius, a month after his father is death.  For a young man, it’s hard to believe that he understood why his mother quickly married Claudius especially since, Claud...   [tags: Free Hamlet Essays] 933 words
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Global Transformation - The global transformation process functions and operates in multi-faceted dimensions and influences several complex systems that structure society (Held et al 1999), including many aspects of economics, politics, culture and the environment. Economic development is regularly distinguished as the most advanced aspect of globalisation, itself containing significant components that are recognised in shaping inter-connected global activity, such as finance, production and trade (Newman and Thornley 2000)....   [tags: Globalization, Economic Development] 812 words
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GEOMETRIC TRANSFORMATION IN DIGITAL MEDICAL IMAGES - ABSTRACT One of the important areas in information technology is computer graphics. The use of computer graphics is very important because it can help users in daily work efficiently and properly (Yuwaldi, 2000). Among the most important in the field of computer graphics is geometric transformation. With the process of geometric transformation, an object can be manipulated (Yaglom, 2009). Examples of object manipulation in computer graphics are translation, rotation, reflection and scaling. An object can be manipulated in accordance with the requirements of users such as object rotation on normal images like JPEG and bitmap....   [tags: Medical Science] 1997 words
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The Journey or The Transformation: Which is More Important? - As humans contemplate on their meaning of existence, they embark upon a journey of transformation. This journey of transformation is a voyage embarked on to discover the true meaning to one’s own self, where the destination, or the transformation, occurs when one completes his journey. Each individual has a unique journey and destination to transformation that helps shape who they are. However, there is much debate about whether the journey of transformation is more about the transformation, or the journey itself....   [tags: Hinduism]
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Transformation of Reality as Portrayed in Don Quixote - Transformation of Reality as Portrayed in Don Quixote Throughout his novel, Don Quixote, Miguel Cervantes effectively uses the transformation of reality to critique and reflect societal and literary norms. In three distinct scenes, Don Quixote or his partner, Sancho, transform reality. Often they are met with other’s discontent. It is through the innkeeper scene, the windmill scene, the Benedictine friar scene, and Quixote’s deathbed scene that Cervantes contemplates revolutionary philosophies and literary techniques....   [tags: society, norms, mimetic]
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A Monstrous Transformation in "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelly - In the novel Frankenstein, Mary Shelly conveys evidence that strongly supports the fact that one's surroundings and experiences help shape them. However, at the same time, the novel also shows that if one experiences a "normal" or "all American life", their mind may wander, as a result they may have many urges to experience something supernatural or abnormal. Furthermore, it seems that the novel is trying to convey a point that maybe in the long run a truly sheltered childhood or lifestyle may cause a certain curiosity and longing that could lead to destruction and mayhem later in life....   [tags: Frankenstein, Mary Shelly, ] 938 words
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Transformation of Lear in Shakespeare's King Lear - King Lear is a Shakespearian tragedy revolving largely around one central theme, personal transformation. Shakespeare shows in King Lear that the main characters of the play experience a transformative phase, where they are greatly changed through their suffering. Through the course of the play Lear is the most transformed of all the characters. He goes through seven major stages of transformation on his way to becoming an omniscient character: resentment, regret, recognition, acceptance and admittance, guilt, redemption, and optimism....   [tags: literary analysis, literary criticism] 1682 words
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The Symbolism of the Christmas Tree in the Transformation of Nora - The Symbolism of the Christmas Tree in the Transformation of Nora The idea of equality for women has been the subject of countless books, speeches, and performances for decades. The concept of a world in which a woman can be considered equal to a man is not a new concept in today’s society, but it was in that of 19th century Norway. This is the world of noted playwright Heinrik Ibsen, a forward thinking individual with ideas that challenged the restrictions of society time and time again. A forerunner in the women’s rights movement, Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House offers a commentary much before its time on the dangers of a patriarchal society through the evolution of its protagonist, Nora....   [tags: empowerment, independence, equality]
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Juliet’s Transformation in Romeo and Juliet - From “the fatal loins” (Prologue.5) of Lord and Lady Capulet, protagonist Juliet is born in Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet. Early on in the play Juliet is portrayed as a very dutiful daughter to her family. After her encounter with Romeo however, she begins a rapid transformation from a naive young girl into a woman. By the end of the play Juliet’s transformation evolves her from a dutiful daughter, into a faithful wife that is willing to desert her family in the name of love. The audience is first introduced to Juliet in the exposition of the play....   [tags: Free Romeo and Juliet Essays] 970 words
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Biology: Arabidopsis Culture Cell and Transformation - Arabidopsis Culture Cell and Transformation Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Columbia ecotype suspension- cultured T87 cells were maintained at 22°C in JPL3 medium with continuous illumination and shaking at 100g. Two-week-old cells were sieved through 500 μm stainless mesh and the remaining filtrate was transferred to a flask containing 20 ml of fresh JPL3 medium for subculture. Transformation of T87 cells was done by culturing the cells in B5 medium supplemented with 1 μM 1-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) and 40 g L-1 sucrose....   [tags: gene expression analysis] 564 words
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Edna's Transformation in The Awakening by Kate Chopin - ... She could not work on such a day, nor weave fancies to stir her pulses and warm her blood.” (97). She recognizes the pointlessness of the life she is living, she realizes that without change, her life has no direction. If she continued with her uneventful existence, she would never experience anything she wants to experience. Her pessimistic view of her world is one of the key reasons that she undergoes her transformation; she was thirsting for an adventure so that she could leave her life behind....   [tags: stereotypes, freedom, society] 688 words
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Transformation of Guy Montag in Fahrenheit 451 - “If they give you ruled paper, write the other way”- Juan Ramon Jimenez Ray Bradbury intentionally used Jimenez’s famous saying as the epigram for his critically acclaimed novel, Fahrenheit 451. He foreshadows the radical character change that occurs within Guy Montag as he challenges authority. Montag lives in a dystopian society, which has been taken over by government censorship, overpopulation, and control of the masses by the media. Montag is a fireman, but instead of being seen as someone who extinguishes fires, they’re used as a flamethrower that sets a flame to books instead....   [tags: Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451]
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The Transformation of Civil-Military Relations in Turkey - Thorny Road of Change The Transformation of Civil–Military Relations in Turkey Subject: Political Cultures and Economies in Transition Before Abdul Fattah al-Sisi’s sudden rise to fame, the renowned example of civilian-military relations anomaly in the Middle East is Turkey: elected officials run routine government business under the watch of a powerful military, and they are ready to be deposed if things go awry. Today, we see a different image of the civilian government gaining ground and senior commanders of the military willing to concede....   [tags: political cultures and economies in transition]
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The Transformation of Society in "The City of the End of Things" - The future of society is an often unpredictable topic due to its many variables. In “The Lost Island” and in “The City of the End of Things”, the future is depicted as something detrimental to the society each story represents. In Pauline Johnson's short story, “The Lost Island”, this concept is manifested in the visions given by the Medicine Man, who foretells the oppression of his people by the arrival of the colonizers. In Archibald Lampman's poem, “The City of the End of Things”, this concept is expressed through the downfall of greater human society in favour of a colder, more robotic age....   [tags: Poetry Analysis ]
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The Law of Transformation of the Bone: Julius Wolff - ~ In the 17th century, Galileo inferred that there was a relationship between mechanical forces and bone morphology, when he noted that body weight and activity were, related to bone size. ~ Julius Wolff ~ In 1892, ~ his Magnum Opus "The law of transformation of the bone" was, published. There were only a few early pioneers in the field of bone adaption, and then a publication, which came from an East Prussian surgeon from the “Friedrich-Wilhelms University to Berlin” (Charité institute 2014)....   [tags: bone adaptation, femur]
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Hero, Villain, or Both: The Transformation of Macbeth - In the play Macbeth, we witness Macbeth transform from an honest, courageous human to a dark, dishonest man who is full of greed and craves power. Various acts of loyalty and betrayal take place throughout the play, and these acts help pave the way for the rest of the plot. We witness a series of betrayals that act similar to that of unsteady building blocks, with each betrayal adding more consequence and weight to the next until they all crumble back down. This was the case with Macbeth, where he would betray his old friends and essentially ruin their lives, until eventually, these betrayals returned the favor....   [tags: william shakespeare] 978 words
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War as Transformation - War as Transformation Many people look for reason in warfare. The reasons humans decide to kill each other are varied. Many wars start over land, difference of religion and culture, or economic stress. While there have been many wars over the years that man has inhabited this planet, World War I sticks out because of one incident that took place during the war. On December 25th, 1916 the Waring factions took essentially a "Christmas break" from their fighting, and went into enemy territory. They shared food and drink, and exchanged pictures of loved ones....   [tags: Warfare Violence Essays] 925 words
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Transformation of Japan - Transformation of Japan During the time period between the 1850s and 1950s, Japan underwent massive changes politically, economically, and socially. Acknowledging the failure of isolation, Japan imitated the West in an attempt to modernize, however, still retaining its own identity. A reorganized and more centralized government allowed Japan to industrialize in half the time it took the nations of Western Europe. Industrialization provided Japan with the tools needed to transform itself from a half civilized and “backwards” society during isolation, to a dominating superpower during WWII....   [tags: History Historical Japanese Essays] 1214 words
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The Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Beauty and The Beast - ... The classic tale of The Little Mermaid is gives strong evidence as to how the basis of a fairytale essentially lies within the occurrence of a magical transformation. The importance of magical transformation is also present in the enchanting saga of Aladdin. Aladdin is an illicit, street-rat whom is, perhaps, the most wanted criminal in Agrabah by the federals. Due to his meagre circumstances, Aladdin relies on robbery as his means of survival. After narrowly escaping the wrath of the police, he comes across Jasmine, a disguised runaway princess....   [tags: magical transformation] 1334 words
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Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game by Michael Lewis - The process that led the Oakland Athletics baseball team to a record-breaking 20-game winning streak, known as ‘moneyball’, is similar and dissimilar in the thoughts and ideas of both Neil Postman and Nicholas Carr. In 2003, Michael Lewis wrote a book called Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game that describes the process used by the Oakland Athletics professional baseball team to lead them to a 20-game winning streak, and nearly win the World Series. Inside the book, Billy Beane (the general manager of the team) and the Oakland Athletics are faced with the paradigm of financial inequity....   [tags: transformation, players ]
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Absolute Freedom: Little Bee by Chris Cleave - Little Bee, by Chris Cleave, is a novel that explores both the frailty of the human condition and the endurance of the human spirit. It delves into unthinkable evil, but simultaneously celebrates its characters in their ability to transcend all that weighs them down, including their past, their secrets, and their flaws. The book is about the bond formed between two women and how the relationship that has arisen from the most tragic of circumstances functions to resurrect both of them. For the character of Little Bee, identity is inescapably tied to ethnicity, nationality, gender, race, and class....   [tags: Transformation, Transcendense]
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The Successes and Failures of Personalized Medicine - The twentieth century marked a revolutionary transformation in the field of molecular biology and human genetics. This profound scientific advance gave birth to a new perspective in medicine, known as personalized medicine. This approach of targeted therapy focuses on the distinct molecular characteristics of an individual, and uses this information as a way to diagnose a person's disease as well as choose specific treatments that target the particular molecules, such as proteins, involved in the disease....   [tags: transformation, genetics]
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The Analysis of the Transformation of Eliza - The play "Pygmalion" describes the process of the transformation of Eliza, who appears in three images in the story: Eliza begins as a flower girl, then she transforms into a lady with noble accent and in good manners, then an independent woman with self-respect and dignity. By naming his drama "Pygmalion," Shaw reminds people of the ancient Pygmalion Myth. Pygmalion, a sculptor, makes a beautiful statue and falls in love with his own creation. He prays that life may be granted to it. The gods give him his wish....   [tags: American Literature] 892 words
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Dealing with Transformation in The Metamorphosis - Dealing with Transformation in The Metamorphosis In The Metamorphosis Gregor Samsa is forced to deal with his transformation from a human being into an insect. After his transformation Gregor is no longer able to do everyday ordinary things. He now has to depend on someone to do these things for him. His younger sister, Grete, makes herself responsible for Gregor. She takes it upon herself to make sure that Gregor is fed and his room is cleaned. This leads to the question; why does she place such a huge responsibility on herself....   [tags: Papers] 1173 words
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The Cruel Transformation in Oedipus the King - The Cruel Transformation in Oedipus the King      When we look in the mirror, do we see what other people see or do we see what we delude ourselves into believing is the truth?  Self-realization is a complicated concept, one which many Greek dramatists used in order to clarify the themes of their tragedies.  In Oedipus the King, Sophocles ties Oedipus’ journey to self-realization with the main theme of the story.  As Oedipus slowly begins to realize his true self, he transforms from a proud and heroic king into a tyrant in denial into a scared, condemned man, humbled by his tragic fate.    In the beginning, Oedipus is portrayed as a confident, powerful hero.  His bravery and worth ar...   [tags: Oedipus the King Oedipus Rex]
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The Transformation of Gilgamesh in the Epic of Gilgamesh - The Transformation of Gilgamesh in the Epic of Gilgamesh In many literary works we see significant transitions in the hero's character as the story is developed. This is also true in the Epic of Gilgamesh with its hero, Gilgamesh. In this narrative poem, we get glimpses of who Gilgamesh is and what his purposes and goals are. We see Gilgamesh act in many different ways -- as an overbearing ruler resented by his people, a courageous and strong fighter, a deflated, depressed man, and finally as a man who seems content with what he's accomplished....   [tags: Epic Gilgamesh essays]
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The Transformation from Life to Death: The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka - We are defined in life by the series of transformations we undergo. In Franz Kafka’s, The Metamorphosis, the main character, Gregor, experiences a transformation from a man into an insect. In Kate Chopin’s, the Story of an Hour, the main character, Louise, transforms from a married woman into a free woman when she is under the impression that her husband has passed away. A theme common to both stories is the relationship between the mind and body. Kafka suggests that the mind can remain the same, despite changes to the body, whereas Chopin suggests that the mind and body are intimately interlinked....   [tags: realistic, unrealistic actions, gregor]
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Voltaire's Candide: The Transformation of Candide - Voltaire's Candide: The Transformation of Candide     Candide (1991), which is another version of "Voltaire" by French writer Francois-Marie Arouet, is a short but diverse story that tells of a young man's journey for love and the hardships he faces all the while keeping a very strong, positive and philosophical outlook on life. The book starts in an unknown year, hinted sometime around the Renaissance, with a young man named Candide. Candide loves the princess of a Baron and is banished from the land because of it....   [tags: Voltaire Candide Essays]
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Essay on the Transformation of Beowulf - The Transformation of Beowulf In the length of the poem, Beowulf goes from abandoned child to gallant warrior to King. This transformation, expressed in the tone and content of the poem, shows the importance of the relationship between lord and thane and expresses the ultimate value of that connection. From the difference in battle scenes to Beowulf’s speeches, it is clear that he has gone from a somewhat self-loving hero to a selfless king. Within this change he also goes from serving a lord to becoming a lord, and in that way the poem shows us the importance of both sides of the relationship....   [tags: Epic Beowulf essays] 571 words
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Transformation - America is ever changing. Over the centuries it has transformed in many ways. There has been an increase in immigrants, especially Hispanics, which has caused a transformation of both language and culture. Richard Rodriguez in his book Brown: The Last Discovery of America, and in other essays has brought his views on these matters and presents brown as a new way of describing America. Brown as color; as impurity; as language; as America. Richard Rodriguez is a writer who is artistic, and has an idealistic way of recounting things....   [tags: essays research papers] 1806 words
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Grete's Transformation in The Metamorphosis by Kafka - Kafka wrote "The Metamorphosis" in 1912, taking three weeks to compose the story. While he had expressed earlier satisfaction with the work, he later found it to be flawed, even calling the ending "unreadable." Whatever his own opinion may have been, the short story has become one of the most popularly read and analyzed works of twentieth-century literature. Isolation and alienation are at the heart of this surreal story of a man transformed overnight into a kind of beetle. In contrast to much of Kafka's fiction, "The Metamorphosis" has not a sense of incompleteness....   [tags: essays research papers]
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Gregor and Grete’s Transformation in The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka - Franz Kafka wrote the short story Metamorphosis in 1912. No one can truly know what he aimed to accomplish with the story, but it is thought he wrote it to demonstrate the absurdity of life. The story is written with a very simplistic undertone, ignoring how completely ludicrous the situation that Gregor Samsa and his family are in. Metamorphosis is most often thought of in the scientific meaning of the word, which according to dictionary.com is a profound change in form from one stage to the next in the life history of an organism....   [tags: compare, contrast, comparison]
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The Transformation from Student to Teacher - The Transformation from Student to Teacher Is there a transformation from student to teacher. The nature of a student is learning to develop skills to help them with there everyday problems. Later on in their schooling they will start to develop more advanced skills. Skills which will be used to help other students perform tasks to help the community, such as building bridges, teaching, networking an office building, and so on. After you have mastered a major role in society and can perform its task flawlessly you begin to teach others the same knowledge which you have acquired....   [tags: Education Teaching Classroom Teachers Essays] 1159 words
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The Transformation of the “Indian Problem” - The Transformation of the “Indian Problem” In this paper, I plan to examine the marked transformation and the history of the so-called “Indian Problem.” The idea of an “Indian Problem” began with the arrival of white settlers in North America, and for them, it was a problem of safety, security, and land acquisition. Around 1890, the “Indian Problem” became an issue of how to help the Indians go extinct humanely, or to assimilate into white culture. The current conception of the “Indian Problem” started after World War II, and the pursuing civil rights movement....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Transformation of London in the 1790s - Transformation of London in the 1790s Many changes were occurring in London during the 1790s. New ideas were emerging within England and around the world. The onset of the French Revolution contributed greatly to the unrest and the turmoil of the times. As the English citizens responded to both internal and external affairs, religious movements, social and political reform parties, and governmental reactions gained momentum. In addition, many writers responded and contributed to the progressive environment by giving the people a voice and further pointing out injustices....   [tags: European Europe History]
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