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- Tattoos The human body is the last artistic territory. Many individuals utilizing their own bodies as the artistic medium create visible bodily expressions of their inner selves. “Bod-mod” is the growing revival of highly visual, primitive body modification practices such as branding, scarification, multiple piercing, and tattooing. Body modification can be implemented to signify various stages of life. John Moore, a 25-year-old computer scientist, was tattooed after he received his Bachelors of Science degree from Texas A&M University....   [tags: Papers]

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Christians ' Views On The Message, And What Church Can Look Like Today

- ... Relativism says, there are many ways to God. Pick what ever way suits you. You can have a designer god. You lose the real God who has a mind of his own and who might disagree with you and how you are living your life. The gospel says, That God is pure holiness and pure mercy. Christians are totally depraved and totally loved. Jesus was man who lived and died for us. All of us fall short, but Jesus lived and died so that we in our humanity have a way to heaven. Jesus came for the sinner to show them the truth....   [tags: Christian terms, Christianity, Postmodernism]

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Examining the Relationship Between the Paparazzi and Celebrities

- I have been interested in the paparazzi and the people who stalk celebrities since my brother first started his musical career. When people would say how lucky I was to have a famous family member, I wished they could see the other side. Our perspective was not nearly the glamorous lifestyle that many people imagined. Our life stories, candid statements, and friendships are examined like it is evidence for a major crime scene. Studying the issue from my unique perspective, I also realized the solution was not as simple as I thought....   [tags: Celebrities]

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Should Public Schools Install Video Surveillance Cameras?

- ... The following table summarized the DOJ’s conclusion about the pros and cons of videos cameras use in schools: SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROS CONS Video Cameras • Good deterrence for outsiders who do not belong on campus, especially when used in conjunction with warning signs. • Strong evidence is preserved on tape • Less costly than human monitors. • Good documentation for liability claims. • The systems are expensive and can be logistically difficult to install. •Choosing the correct camera requires some technical knowledge....   [tags: safety on school campuses]

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The Reality within Reality TV Shows

- The creation of television broadcasting changed the way the world interacted, making it one of the most successful and important innovation. The Entertainment industry brought Reality TV to America, changing and evolving along with the changes in society. The concept of Reality TV is to show the struggles of real people or actors without scripts, surprising, and terrifying many of its viewers. The television content has changed over the years reflecting the changes in society; the Reality Shows are becoming more obscene, controversial, and competitive....   [tags: Entertainment, Reality TV]

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20th Century Photography: Documentary Art

- With the advancement of photography throughout the early 19th century, opportunities arose more frequently for photographers; both amateur and professional, to shoot what they saw fit. Very frequently, humans were the subjects of early daguerreotypes, and later dry-plates, for a number of different reasons. A daguerreotype held a special sentiment with people who viewed them, and it was a popularly held consensus that photographs literally held onto and saved the very essence of a loved one after their death....   [tags: architecture, photographs, walker evans]

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Dissecting the Animal of Politics

- Dissecting the Animal of Politics The realm of American elections has been one of commotion and controversy since the days of Lincoln and Hayes. This is despite the fact that it is a contest for the leadership of the strongest nation in the free world. Throughout all the controversy, no one has yet to provide an appropriate account of the candid actions within the campaign. However, John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s Game Change fits the bill to a tee. Despite many people’s lack of interest in politics, the novel Game Change by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin is of paramount societal significance because it gives a candid view of the world of politics, it received critical acclaim from man...   [tags: American elections]

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Adolescent Sexuality through the Generations

- Introduction “During adolescence and emerging adulthood, the lives of adolescents are wrapped in sexuality. Adolescence and emerging adulthood are time frames when individuals engage in sexual exploration and incorporate sexuality into their identity” (Santrock). Adolescence is a trying time of life. With so many changes occurring within the mind and body, adolescents are curious and have an insatiable curiosity, about life and sexuality. “Adolescents often wonder if they are attractive, how to behave sexually and what the future holds for their sexual lives” (Santrock)....   [tags: sexual desire/feelings]

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Limitations of the Paparazzi

- The paparazzi can receive up to thousands of dollars for candid pictures of celebrities. As celebrities become more popular, the public wants to know what their doing every second of every day, even when they aren’t on camera. The paparazzi make it their job to find those things out Paparazzi are photographers who repeatedly hunt celebrities, public figures and their families for a chance to photograph them in candid, unflattering and at times compromising moments (Valdes). The paparazzi are self-employed photographers who generally make their living by selling their images to gossip websites, television studios, and magazines (Many Paparazzi)....   [tags: Entertainment ]

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The Argonauts by Malinowski

- On the Kula and the Primitive Economic man, how was Malinowski wrong and why it does not matter "Imagine yourself suddenly set down surrounded by all your gear, alone on a tropical beach close to a native village, while the launch or dinghy which has brought you sails away out of sight… Imagine further that you are a beginner, without previous experience, with nothing to guide you and no one to help you. For the white man is temporarily absent, or else unable or unwilling to waste any of his time on you....   [tags: kula, primitive economic man]

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- Photographers probably take more pictures of people than any other subject. Whether you prefer carefully posed (and composed) photos or more of a candid style, there are a variety of lenses in the Canon EF system that can produce excellent results. Traditionally, photographers have relied upon moderate telephotos for portraits, lenses such as the 85mm f/1.8 USM or 100mm f/2.0 USM. These lenses allow you to back off a little bit from your subject, and still produce frame-filling shots while minimizing the amount of background distractions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Motivation: Reward System and the Role of Compensation

- Motivation: Reward System and the Role of Compensation The design and management of reward systems present the general manager with one of the most difficult HRM tasks. This HRM policy area contains the greatest contradictions between the promise of theory and the reality of implementation. Consequently, organizations sometimes go through cycles of innovation and hope as reward systems are developed, followed by disillusionment as these reward systems fail to deliver. Rewards and employee satisfaction Gaining an employee's satisfaction with the rewards given is not a simple matter....   [tags: Papers Management Business Essays]

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- The HIV virus is a complex mix of various epidemics within several countries and regions of the world. It is unquestionably the most crucial public-health crisis of our time. Research has extended our understanding of how the virus reproduces, controls, and hides in a contaminated person. Even though our perception of pathogenesis and transmission of the virus has become more refined and prevention options have lengthened, a cure or protective vaccine remains intangible. In 1981, The New York Times published a detailed article about an outbreak of an unusual form of cancer among gay men in New York and California....   [tags: Health, Diseases, AIDS]

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- In nineteenth century Geneva, a family came down with a strange disease— one that had never previously been diagnosed. In a short time, many people in their town were infected and thirty-three people were left dead. This strange disease was later determined to be meningitis. In 1806, the United States saw its first outbreak of meningitis in Massachusetts. It was not until 1887, however, that Professor Anton Weichselbaum was able to determine a cause of meningitis: a bacterium called Neisseria meningitides....   [tags: Health, Diseases]

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Analysis of the Sonnet, "My Mistress' Eyes are Nothing like the Sun"

- At the time of its writing, Shakespeare's one hundred thirtieth sonnet, a highly candid, simple work, introduced a new era of poems. Shakespeare's expression of love was far different from traditional sonnets in the early 1600s, in which poets highly praised their loved ones with sweet words. Instead, Shakespeare satirizes the tradition of comparing one's beloved to the beauties of the sun. From its opening phrase "My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun", shocks the audience because it does not portray a soft, beautiful woman....   [tags: Poetry]

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Rhetoric in the Decleration of Independence

- Rhetoric in the Decleration of Independence Independence, to many that word means freedom, a fresh start, a place of salvation, free from the tyranny of kings. The Declaration of Independence gives power to the idea that such a nation could form and be successful. This powerful piece of political prose and rhetoric has held strong to these beliefs for years. The introduction consists of a single long sentence that subtlety directs readers toward a favorable view of America. It puts the revolution inside the "course of human events" making it an enormous thing and implying that it's theories are based on "the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" raising it even higher to the powers of a '...   [tags: Papers]

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Effective Communication Skills

- Listening is a vital element of communication and it is very much different from hearing sense of human. A meaningful communication requires both a good listener and a speaker. However, the effect of a listening style may vary depending on the occasions and situations a listener is in. Sometimes, speaker exhibit ineffective style such as defensiveness, ambushing, pseudo-listening, stage hogging and selective listening in their communication tracks. I am a good listener because I pay my whole attention to the speaker commentswho comes to me so they can be heard....   [tags: Communication]

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Returning Adult Student

- This essay is a reflection on identifying, discussing and applying useful resources available to me as a returning adult student to help me perform and succeed in an online academic environment. There are three key areas of impact: stress, time management and wellness and throughout the essay I will reference two great articles on adult learning, my decision to join the gym and my results from the Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory.5 By looking at stress, time management and wellness along with having candid feedback from my professor, helpful guidelines and support I will reflect on having resources on hand as an adult online student....   [tags: stress, time management, wellness, education]

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Freedom through Perception

- The tone of Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral” is sincere. The author generates sincerity through the use of imagery, diction and the narrator’s direct address of the reader. The tone allows for a dynamic change in the reader, from revulsion to sympathy. At the beginning, the reader can perceive more than the narrator (Bub) can. This creates a curious response that demands a change in Bub`s awareness. However, the reader then follows a path of compassion when Bub lowers his self-conscious shield, shares an intimate friendship, and goes through an epiphany....   [tags: Raymond Carver's Cathedral]

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Philantropy and Interdisciplinary Studies at the Stamps School

- For the last ten years, I’ve been seeking the answers to identity, existence, and the subconscious. Recently, I’ve focused on community and individualism. Many consider my “Me” obsessed generation the most delusional, egocentric, and thoughtless generation in history. The reason for this is because we’re living in a system of paternalism. We’ve accepted a dose of dependence advertised as self-reliance. We’ve been given a placebo called freedom while our liberties are limited and regulated by Big Brother....   [tags: academic statement of purpose]

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Comparing and Contrasting Advertisements From Kellogs and JCPenny

- The two advertisements are from two different time periods; the advertisement by the food manufacturing company, Kellogg’s, is from the 1930s, and the advertisement by the retail company, J.C. Penney, is from 2013. Accordingly, this would indicate that the two substantially contrast from one another, and this is indeed the case. At first glance, it is evident that the Kellogg’s ad has as a greater amount of writing on it than the J.C. Penney ad, which has very little writing on it. There is text on the Kellogg’s ad which refers specifically to the vitamins in the cereal being advertised, PEP....   [tags: sales, target, products]

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Social Values: Teaching Them to Your Children

- What are social values. Social values exist in every social group in society. These values consist of but are not limited to a certain set of beliefs that is construed as true and righteous. As a parent of children it is the responsibility to ensure to uphold these social beliefs through child teachings throughout their learning years. This process of teaching your child what the belief structure is within a certain society never ends. In fact, teaching your child is a lifelong endeavor no matter what the age is....   [tags: belief structure within a society]

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The Overall Population of the Healthcare System

- The goal of the United States health care system is good health within the nation’s population. To achieve this high level of health for the overall population, the system has to be well incorporated and smoothly function. Also, each components of the system has to work together to attain the goal. Our system has a long way to reach the goal. There is so much diversity within the population and disparities in medical access and treatment (Mosely & Paterson, 2008). Hence, it is important for all healthcare providers to understand cultural competence, cultural awareness, cultural sensitivity, and cultural humility as each one of it affects the delivery of quality care....   [tags: function, goal, access, treatment]

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Reflection of My Experiences With Authentic Leadership

- I have had the opportunity to work with leaders of different styles, and by just watching them, listening to them and seeing how the staff reacts; I can gauge what is productive with their staff. I try not to copy or mimic their style and ensure my own style comes through in being consistent, authentic and genuine. I feel by following these traits they give me necessary foundation and help me towards achieving leadership excellence. Authentic Leadership I have not had the pleasure of working with a true authentic leader yet, but my current manager is one of the closest....   [tags: effective, feedback, believable]

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The Value Of Philosophy By Bertrand Russell

- Bertrand Russell explains in his article that the value of philosophy is not in the definite answers, but in the questions and possibilities that it raises. He states that “The value of philosophy is, in fact, to be sought largely in its very uncertainty.” This can relate to the Milesians, the answers they came up with weren’t important, but the process used to get them. He says that the more we practice philosophy the more we begin to question everyday things in our life, and we come to find that the answers are only bigger questions....   [tags: Philosophy, Plato, Epistemology, Logic]

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Techniques for Interviewing Manager Position Candidates

- Abstract The Human Resources Department of an organization is responsible for recruiting the best employees for their organization's needs. They are looking for talented applicants who fit their culture and who demonstrate experience in management, organization, human relations, time management and knowledge about the company. Recruitment strategies are critical in attracting potential candidates. Basic information about the applicants is obtained through the application process and review of their resume; however, the interviewer should be looking for those traits and qualifications that are essential to the Service department’s needs....   [tags: Management, Business]

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Potent Drugs: The LSD or Acid

- LSD, or ‘acid’ by street name, is one of the world’s most well-known and most potent drugs. Its major component is Lysergic Acid Diethylamide, which is found in a fungus that grows on grains, such as rye, and some wild grasses. LSD is colorless, tasteless, and odorless. It is illegally made into crystal form first and is later converted to several different liquid forms, such as tablets, microdots, absorbable paper, gelatin squares, or capsules for distribution (Hoffman, page 56). Users call an LSD experience a “trip”....   [tags: effects, trip, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide]

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Appropriate Types of Research Methods

- Since each sociological method has specific benefits and limitations, each is more appropriate for certain types of research. Thus, when a researcher begins a project, one of her most important decisions is which method to use. Comparison of the advantages of ethnography and survey. 1 Ethnographic offer a mean of studying group that are often overlooked by other methods(Katz 1997).these include deviant groups such as fight clubs(Jackson-Jacobs 2004) and exceptional groups such as elite athletes(Adler and Adler 1991)....   [tags: benefits and limitations of sociological methods]

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Crisis Management and Response

- Crisis Management and Response A traumatic stressor is a chaotic threat or display in which an individual or one they care for is subject to uncontrollable risk or harm. (Saleh, 1996) (4) Such incidents have the capability to cause psychological trauma but even the likelihood of such occurrences may be enough to trigger symptoms in an individual. Therefore, the threat of widespread psychological trauma is not limited to direct involvement solely based on proximity or experience but is also inclusive to mundane activities that have the potential to expose persons to trauma indirectly through sources such as family, friends, travel, occupation, recreation, or media outlets of any kind....   [tags: Pyshcology, Health, Informative]

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Finding Nirvana in Work

- For the last ten years, I’ve been seeking the answers to metaphysical questions through murals, photography, and sculpture. During my undergraduate program, I started my armor series that investigated psychological defenses and discovered that two opposing forces cannot exist alone and must co-exist in order to create nirvana. This discovery was reinforced after my trip to Laos where I learned more about Buddhism and its focus on spiritual balance. All things contain positive and negative properties....   [tags: forces, buddhism, spiritual, balance, collectivism]

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Reality TV

- Reality TV Can you believe that reality television has actually been around since 1948. Most of us may have thought that this idea of real television just came about in the last decade but actually it’s been around for quite some time. In 1948 Candid Camera was the first reality show to be broadcasted on television. Many considered this to be the “granddaddy” of the reality TV genre (History of reality TV). This show actually began in radio broadcasting. Allen Funt was the man in charge of this whole new production....   [tags: Entertainment Television Papers]

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Comparing and Contrasting Self-Awareness in the Works of Emerson, Whitman and Poe

- Defining Self-Awareness in the works of Emerson, Whitman and Poe Literature in the American Renaissance influenced the Romantic sentiment that prevailed during this period: the emergence of the individual. This materialization evolved out of the Age of Reason, when the question of using reason (a conscious state) or faith (an unconscious state) as a basis for establishing a set of beliefs divided people into secular and non-secular groups. Reacting to the generally submissive attitudes predominant in America at this time, nineteenth century writers envisioned "the source of religion within consciousness itself" (Chai, 10)....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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Comparing Aime Cesaire's A Tempest and Shakespeare's The Tempest

- Comparing A Tempest and The Tempest       William Shakespeare wrote The Tempest, arguably his finest work, on the eve of European colonization of the New World in 1611 (Hollander and Kermode 445-46). As a result, common European ideas about the New World in the early 1600s are alluded to throughout the play (446). Through the propagandistic writings of explorers like Captain John Smith, who authored a sensational and unsubstantiated account of his dramatic rescue from death at the hands of Indians by the Indian chiefís beautiful daughter, Pocahontas, many Europeans developed an interest in the inhabitants of the New World (Smith 24-25)....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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E. M. Forster's Thoughts on George Orwell's Work

- E. M. Forster's Thoughts on George Orwell's Work        In a 1950 commentary by English novelist Edward Morgan Forster, the effects     of a strong, well-constructed essay on an individual can readily be seen.     The writings of George Orwell have forced Forster to delve into the depths     of his own thoughts, even going so far as to prompt him to put those     thoughts down on paper for others to evaluate. In his article, Forster     analyzes, with critical intentions, an anthology of essays by George Orwell,     collectively entitled Shooting an Elephant....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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Inconsistency in Adam Bede by George Eliot

- Inconsistency in Adam Bede    In George Eliot's Adam Bede, an inconsistency can be found between Dinah's firmly held convictions and her decision to marry. Throughout the story, Eliot presents Dinah as a symbol of divine love who persistently shuns all earthly pleasures of her own for the benefit of those in need. Several passages in the text show that Dinah insists she must follow the path God has chosen for her and prevent her own needs and desires from rising to the surface. Despite her moral protestations, however, Dinah marries Adam in the last few pages of the book....   [tags: Adam Bede Essays]

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Depravity and Destruction in Blood Meridian

- Depravity and Destruction in Blood Meridian Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian is a passionate, lyrical, and ugly novel of depravity and destruction of life in the Old West. It is a story of a hellish journey where violence and corruption are currency in a life of murder and treachery. Contrasting scenes of scenic beauty, poetically described by McCarthy, are negated by his gruesome accounts of despicable scenes of human cruelty in the examination of evil. Like all of McCarthy's earlier novels, Blood Meridian (1985) had a lukewarm arrival to the literary world in the sense of sales and publicity, in part due to McCarthy's own aversion to self-promotion (Woodward 28)....   [tags: Blood Meridian Essays]

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- Chitosan What is Chitosan. Chitosan is a “modified carbohydrate polymer derived from the chitin component of the shells of crustacean, such as crab, shrimp, and cuttlefish.” The chitin is “deproteinized, demineralized and de-acetylated” (Razdan, A., and Pettersson, D 1996, 387). It is a dietary fiber, meaning that it cannot be digested by the digestive enzymes of a person (Razdan, A., and Pettersson, D. 1996). Chitosan is composed of a NH4+ (ammonium) group attached to a polyglucosamine chain....   [tags: Weight Loss Drugs Health Essays]

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Father-Daughter Relationship in the Film, William Faulkner: A Life on Paper

- Father-Daughter Relationship in the Film, William Faulkner: A Life on Paper While the relationship between fathers and sons has been documented at length, the father/ daughter dynamic figures less prominently in literary tropes; in fact the last canonical piece I can recall reading was Euripedes’ Electra in high school. The tenuous relationship between Daddy and his little girl, however, harbors depths more personal and tangible than Greek tragedy and psychological analyses invoking the Electra complex....   [tags: Movie Film Essays]

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H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island

- H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island H.M. Scott Smith's, the Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island, is a candid look into the more architecturally and historically significant buildings located on Prince Edward Island. Focusing particularly on those constructed in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Historical Houses of Prince Edward Island, features structures from the early days of the Micmac wigwams to the elegance of the Victorian presence. His purpose is to trace the evolution of the Islands housing in their form, decor, and construction over the course of time....   [tags: essays papers]

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Women and Marriage in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

- Women and Marriage in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice And they lived happily ever after... Or did they. Pride and Prejudice, a captivating novel written by Jane Austen, is the story of Elizabeth and her adventure challenging society and ending up deep in true love. Pride and Prejudice takes place in a town outside of London called Hertfordshire, where the reader follows Elizabeth, her friends, and her family as they search for love in the nineteenth century. The author writes of Elizabeth's journey of not only finding herself, but finding true love with Mr....   [tags: Pride Prejudice Essays]

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Self-Inflicted Pain in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

- Self-Inflicted Pain in The Crucible There is an old saying that goes: "we are our own worst enemies." In relation to The Crucible, a play written by Arthur Miller, it corresponds to the characters in the play perfectly. John Proctor, a historical figure in the play, is "his own worst enemy" in every aspect. Proctor's extreme honesty and exuberant dignity comes back at the end of the play to haunt him, which directly leads to his tragic death. Proctor's honesty ironically is one of the factor that causes him to become "his own worst enemy." His candid remarks toward Reverend Parris, pointing out that "many others who stay away from church these days (is) becau...   [tags: Essay on The Crucible]

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Glory Days, When Horsepower and Passion Ruled Detroit

- Glory Days, When Horsepower and Passion Ruled Detroit The book Glory Days, When Horsepower and Passion Ruled Detroit by Jim Wangers is a comprehensive look at Pontiac Motor Division in its heyday through the eyes of its chief advertiser. The rise and fall of the pop culture fad of muscle cars at Pontiac and its fall during the early 1970’s is explained in this book from a man who played a large part in Pontiac’s success. There are many candid stories and little known facts presented by the author to precisely let the reader understand the thoughts of Pontiac and how it accomplished its goal of selling overly fast cars to our nations youth....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Recommending Continued Sponsorship of the Posse Ride

- Recommending Continued Sponsorship of the Posse Ride This is to recommend continued sponsorship of the Posse ride. In order to maximize the effectiveness and profit-making potential, I propose the following changes in this program – 1) Repeating successful routes. 2) Involvement of HOG members in route selection. 3) Follow up with Posse participants 30 days after the completion of events. 4) Creating spontaneity during the ride. 5) Increased participation of employees on the rides. These new initiatives would help us better understand customer needs and build long lasting relationship with customers....   [tags: Harley Davidson Posse Rides Essays]

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Actions of Goneril in Shakespeare's King Lear

- Actions of Goneril in Shakespeare's King Lear Whenever the issue of power allocation arises, there usually emerge a few individuals who, given only a moderate amount of authority, overstep their bounds to exert more dominance than they rightfully own; such is the case with Goneril. Yet, although Goneril certainly errs in betraying the very father that bestowed a large dominion upon her, King Lear deserves much of the blame for Goneril's haughtiness. After grossly misinterpreting the reticence of his heretofore prized daughter Cordelia, Lear divides his kingdom between the mendacious Goneril and the scheming Regan, thereby leaving the fate of the land at their unskilled mercies....   [tags: Shakespeare King Lear Goneril Essays]

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Racism in To Kill A Mockingbird

- Racism presents itself in many ways in the town of Maycomb. Some are blatant and open, but others are more insidious. One obvious way that racism presents itself is in the result of Tom Robinson’s trial. Another apparent example is the bullying Jem and Scout had to endure as a result of Atticus’s appointment as Tom Robinson’s defense attorney. A less easily discernible case is the persecution of Mr. Dolphus Raymond, who chose to live his life in close relation with the colored community. Tom Robinson’s trial, and in fact his entire life, was badly affected by racism....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Virtual Exhibit Museum Review

- Virtual Museum Exhibit Review Dance is not an art form that easily studied through text readings. Therefore, the website I visited,, helped me view all the angles of this kind of artistic expression. I've always been interested in African traditions, and this assignment gave me the initiative to find out more about them. Luckily, it was not difficult for me to find a good website on my topic. I just went to Yahoo and searched for websites related to my topic and I found this one to best fit my interests....   [tags: Papers]

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Coping With Computers

- Coping With Computers While the twentieth century has proven to be a technological revolution, there has not been a single development with as much impact on our day to day lives than that of the computer. For many, the development of the modern computer has provided more widespread business opportunities, greater production efficiency, and greater convenience at both work and home than any other innovation has provided us with. Many of the degrees earned today did not exist twenty years ago....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Pick's Disease

- Pick's Disease Pick's disease is a form of dementia characterized by a progressive and irreversible deterioration of social skills and changes in personality, along with impairment of intellect, memory, and language. In 1892 Arnold Pick, a German neurologist studied a patient who in his life had dementia and lost of speech. When the patient died, his brain shrunk, with the brain cells having died (atrophied) in the specific areas of the brain. In Pick’s disease, the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain are most affected....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Robert Capa

- Robert Capa &#9;Robert Capa was born in Budapest, hungary in 1913. Robert Capa is most known for his photographs in war. Known for obtaining photos taken during a war that shows what it is like to be in a war. Showing things like the hardships that soldiers have to endure and the suffering of people whose homes and cities were destroyed as a result of war. His photos are divided into three categories: images of battle, images of the effect of war on individual soldiers and civilians, and the images of peace....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Futility of the American Dream Exposed in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

- The ideal of the ‘American Dream’ has hardly changed over the past century. The dream is a unique American phenomenon. It represents a nebulous concept that is exemplified by a number of American values. Many deem wealth and success to be the means to this paradigm. When stability, security and family values also become part of the suburban lifestyle, the American Dream comes close to becoming reality. Nick Carraway, the candid narrator of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby analyzes the legitimacy of this principle through the inevitable downfall of Jay Gatsby....   [tags: Great Gatsby Essays]

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Man and Nature in Stephen Crane's The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat

- Man and Nature in The Blue Hotel and The Open Boat      Stephen Crane uses a massive, ominous stove, sprawled out in a tiny room and burning with "god-like violence," as a principal metaphor to communicate his interpretation of the world. Full of nearly restrained energy, the torrid stove is a symbol of the burning, potentially eruptive earth to which humans "cling" and of which they are a part. As a literary naturalist, Crane interpreted reality from a Darwinian perspective, and saw the earth driven by adamant natural laws, violent and powerful laws which are often hostile to humans and their societies, and he conceived of humans as accidents, inhabiting a harsh, irrational, dan...   [tags: Blue Hotel Essays]

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Catcher in the Rye Essay: Themes of Society and Growing Up

- Themes of Society and Growing Up in The Catcher in the Rye      In reading J.D. Salinger's novel, The Catcher in the Rye, one is compelled to have a very strong reaction to the contents of the book.  Whether that reaction is negative or positive, it is unquestionable that the reader will give the novel a second thought after reading it.  There could be many reasons why this novel has such an impact on the readers.  It may be the use of Salinger's catchy slang phrases, bitingly sarcastic and usually negative, grabbing the attention of the reader.  Another possibility is Holden, the novel's subject and lead character.  "He describes everything as 'phony', is constantly in search of sincerit...   [tags: Catcher Rye Essays]

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Considering the Praises and Criticisms of The Catcher in the Rye

- Considering the Praises and Criticisms of The Catcher in the Rye   Since its publication in 1951, J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye has served as a firestorm for controversy and debate. Critics have argued the moral issues raised by the book and the context in which it is presented. Some have argued that Salinger's tale of the human condition is fascinating and enlightening, yet incredibly depressing. The psychological battles of the novel's main character, Holden Caulfield, serve as the basis for critical argument....   [tags: Catcher Rye Essays]

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Facing the Dark Truth in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness

- Facing the Dark Truth in Heart of Darkness Conrad’s Heart of Darkness has two major components: a candid look at the reality of imperialism, particularly in the Belgian Congo, and an exploration into the darkest depths of human existence. One symbolically dense part of the work occurs when Marlow and company are attacked on their journey into the 'heart of darkness' and towards Kurtz. The attack begins suddenly and each of the members of the company are forced to deal with this life intrusion in the way they see fit....   [tags: Heart Darkness essays]

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The Character of Molly Bloom in James Joyce's Ulysses

- The Character of Molly Bloom in Ulysses   In James Joyce's Ulysses, the character of Molly Bloom appears significantly only twice in the entire span of the novel. She appears for the first time in the episode "Calypso," then we do not hear from her again until the very end, in her own words, in "Penelope." Yet in these two instances, Joyce paints a very affectionate, lighthearted and humorous portrait of Molly Bloom -- perhaps not a complete rendition, but a substantial one, with enough colors and lines to sketch the person adequately....   [tags: Joyce Ulysses Essays]

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Prologue to King Lear - The Enigma of Shakespeare

- Prologue to King Lear - The Enigma of Shakespeare     Only a small percentage of the plays (some seven hundred) written during the Golden Age of Elizabethan drama (1590-1610) survive into print (Nolan 30).  Popular drama in the 1580s existed as no more than the street professions of clowns and jugglers performing the occasional dramatic interlude (Nolan 35).  As with the "bohemian" and "hippie" youth movements in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other American cities during the sixties, bands of reckless youth with working-class and college educations invaded the London urban underworld and street culture in the latter half of the sixteenth century, living mostly by their ow...   [tags: King Lear essays]

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Female Sexuality & Desire in Chopin's The Storm

- Female Sexuality & Desire in Chopin's The Storm           In Kate Chopin's time traditional patriarchal notions about women and sexuality deemed sexual passion a negligible, even improper, aspect of women's lives. Yet Chopin boldly addresses a woman's sexual desire in her short story "The Storm". This story shockingly details a torrid extramarital sexual encounter between Calixta and Alcee` in the midst of a raging storm. While this story line could have been presented in a traditional light, perhaps as a lesson about the evils of uninhibited female sexuality, Chopin maintains a non-judgmental stance by refraining from moralizing about the sanctity of marriage or impropriety of Calixta's...   [tags: Chopin Storm Essays]

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The Poetry of Kingsley Amis and Philip Larkin

- The Poetry of Kingsley Amis and Philip Larkin  In reading poetry, from many different genres, its seems that politically motivated verse seems to dominate, next to love that is. It also seems that poets have a desire to live in a different time, a different place. No one ever seems to be content with the condition of their world, yet, I suppose that is in the nature of humans. We all want something better or something from the past that we can't have. Wither it be the simplicity, the passion, the technology that we don't have, the peace that once was or the greatness that has long been gone, poets that are political in nature suggest a very personal, yet pervading utopia....   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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The Path into Madness in The Yellow Wallpaper

- The Path into Madness in The Yellow Wallpaper       In the late 1800's/early 1900's, when Charlotte Perkins Gilman experienced her episode of "temporary nervous depression" (Gilman 885), and wrote her autobiographical short story, "The Yellow Wallpaper," the workings of the mind were mysteries that few medical people attempted to investigate. A patient who was poor and ill-educated and exhibiting signs of mental disorder was institutionalized -- ala Bedlam. The patient who was rich, educated, and/or from a "good family" was called eccentric and given a prescription for complete mental rest and controlled physical exercise combined with the consumption of phosphorus enriched tonics....   [tags: Yellow Wallpaper essays]

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Comparing and Contrasting the Men of Jane Eyre

- Comparing and Contrasting the Men of Jane Eyre        Love and companionship means different things to different people. Sometimes one searches for it in a person much like himself; a mate who upholds their own values and thinks the same thoughts. Other times, people yearn for someone with fresh ideas and an opposite personality to bring new emotions to his life. But in either case, the person that sometimes ends up being the mate one is attracted to is not always a choice that is conventionally upheld by society or perfect in every way....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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Importance of the Setting in Uncle Tom's Cabin

- Importance of the Setting in Uncle Tom's Cabin The book, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was obviously a novel where the setting was the major factor in the plot of the story. If this had taken place in any other area, like Canada, there would not have even been as story because slavery did not exist there. Therefore the South was the prime region to have this plot revolve around. Everything contained here contributed to the actions of the characters, which will be explained in the following paragraphs....   [tags: Uncle Tom's Cabin Essays]

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Students Should Study Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

- Mark Twain published what scholars still consider one of the greatest American literary works in 1885, and in that same year it suffered its first banning (Zwick). “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is essential to the understanding of the American soul,” Victor Doyno states on the jacket of Random House’s comprehensive edition of the novel. If Huckleberry Finn is so indispensable, then its having been opposed from the beginning of its life seems more than a little surprising. At first, the strife was caused by many objecting to the friendship between Huckleberry Finn, the white protagonist, and Jim, an escaped African American slave, in addition to the grammar upon which many critics of the ti...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]

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Artistic Expression in 18th and 19th Century America

- Artistic Expression in 18th and 19th Century America The first settlers in the New World faced unpredictable hardships. The men of the Virginia colony had enough trouble learning to live off the land, let alone having to defend themselves from native attacks. Famine proved to be a hard obstacle to conquer for all of the new colonies. New England, while having a more suitable climate for the prevention of diseases, also had its conflicts with local tribes. The Puritan ideals of New England were very strict especially in regard to private indulgences, including art....   [tags: American America History]

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Delusions of Grandeur – My Summer in Greece

- Delusions of Grandeur – My Summer in Greece It is the lawlessness of Greece that attracts both travelers and outcasts. They arrive on ferry boats with the eagerness of immigrants, drunk with notions of escape and pleasure. This hedonistic lure of the Greek islands is far removed from the academic splendor of mainland Europe. In myth, Greece is a land ruled by the selfish whimsy of the gods, and this climate of self-indulgence blows across the Ionian island of Corfu like a frolicking wind. Teetering, as it does, on the far edge of western civilization, Corfu presents itself as a haven or a refuge, depending on one’s orientation as traveler or derelict....   [tags: Personal Narrative]

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Machiavelli’s The Prince and the Modern Executive

- The Prince and the Modern Executive     Few question The Prince’s place in the canon of western literature. That it marks a turning point in our collective history, the origin of the study of politics as a science (Pollock 43), is alone enough to warrant its classification as a "Great Book. Its author, Niccolo Machiavelli, a contemporary of Copernicus, is generally accepted as an early contributor to the scientific revolution, because he looked at power and the nature of sovereignty through the eyes of a scientist, focused completely on the goal without regard for religion and morals and ethics....   [tags: Machiavelli The Prince Essays]

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Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Birthmark: Understanding The Birthmark

- The story’s tone is one of romantic controversy, a dilemma at a high level of existence.  The scientist’s love for his craft competes very intensively with his newfound love for his wife.  It is also very psychological, strictly dealing with the raw mind of its subjects as if the ominous narrator told the story from inside their mind, rather than observe it from the outside.  He describes the processes that one may take to reach a certain degree of knowledge and to find the elixir of life, which is described in this story as the ultimate goal of the scientific community.  Also, the narrator is very opinionated about events in the story.              Georgiana is a fine wife, and a seemin...   [tags: Birthmark Essays]

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Symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird

- Symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird   Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is an astounding portrayal of Southern tradition and human dignity, a novel whose themes and lessons transcend time and place. The book is narrated by a young girl named Scout who matures over the course of the story from an innocent child to a morally conscience young adult. The cover of the novel displays a knot-holed tree containing a pocket watch and a ball of yarn, accompanied by the silhouette of a mockingbird soaring over the trees through a twilight sky....   [tags: free essay writer]

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Othello: the Abnormal Behaviors and Happenings

- Othello: the Abnormal Behaviors and Happenings         The audience finds in William Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello a curious collection of abnormal behaviors and happenings. In this paper let us examine in detail the abnormalities.   In her book, Everybody’s Shakespeare: Reflections Chiefly on the Tragedies, Maynard Mack defends the Moor as one who is not necessarily the victim of a psychological deficiency, as some critics maintain:   What should be noticed in particular is that, essentially, Shakespeare invented Iago; set him down in his dramatis personae with the single epithet “a villain”; and devoted most of the play’s lines and scenes to showing in detail the cunning, ma...   [tags: Othello essays]

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Othello: the Abnormalities in the Play

- Othello: the Abnormalities in the Play         William Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello boasts quite a little list of abnormalities in both occurrences and personal behavior.   In the volume Shakespeare and Tragedy John Bayley explains how the abnormality of the protagonist’s behavior brings on rejection by the critics:    In our own time more genteel, but also more intellectualized versions of Rymer’s disfavour have been voiced by T.S. Eliot and F.R. Leavis, who both consider and reject the personality that Othello presents to the outside world, pointing out that he is not so much deceived as a self-deceiver, a man presented by Shakespeare as constitutionally incapable of seeing...   [tags: Othello essays]

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The Lost Iago in Shakespeare's Othello

- The Lost Iago in Othello         In Shakespeare’s Othello the sinister nature of the ancient casts a pall of uneasiness over the narrative of the play. How can the evil influence of one character be so pervasive. Let us in this essay probe his character and find answers to our questions.   In “Historical Differences: Misogyny and Othello” Valerie Wayne exposes Iago’s inability to praise women when Desdemona asks him how he would do it:   Iago’s worry that he cannot do what Desdemona asks implies that his dispraise of women was candid and easily produced, while the praise requires labour and inspiration from a source beyond himself....   [tags: Othello essays]

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The Immortal Villain of Washington Square

- The Immortal Villain of Washington Square       In Washington Square, Henry James confronts us with an exceptionally hopeless kind of tragedy. The oppressive circumstances of protagonists usually arise from failures of individual or social enlightenment. Such stories are optimistic to the extent that they suggest that progress might eventually lift mankind beyond the scope of the type of situations depicted. In Washington Square, however, truth itself is the oppressor -- a universal truth of human nature which, a century after publication, we are still loath to recognize....   [tags: Washington Square Essays]

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A Feminist Analysis of Othello

- A Feminist Analysis of Othello   In William Shakespeare’s tragic play Othello there are numerous instances of obvious sexism aimed at the three women in the drama -- Desdemona, Emilia and Bianca – and aimed at womankind generally. Let us delve into this subject in this paper. In the essay “Wit and Witchcraft: an Approach to Othello” Robert B. Heilman discusses a scene which occurs late in the play and which is sexist: When Othello summons Desdemona and dismisses Emilia, “Leave procreants alone ....   [tags: Feminism Feminist Women Criticism]

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Science, Technology, and Human Values

- Science, Technology, and Human Values in Sigmund Freud's Civilization and Its Discontents, Henrik Ibsen and Arthur Miller's An Enemy of the People, and Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five Technology has advanced to the point where it touches our lives in nearly every conceivable way-we no longer have to lift a finger to perform the most trivial tasks. The wealth of information and science we have learned in the last few centuries have made our lives easier but not always better, especially when concerning civilization as a whole....   [tags: Slaughterhouse-Five Essays]

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Gender Bias in Othello

- Gender Bias in Othello          Shakespeare’s tragic play Othello is an unfortunate example of gender bias, of sexism which takes advantage of women. The three women characters in the drama are all, in their own ways, victims of men’s skewed attitudes regarding women. Let us delve into this topic in this essay.   Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine comment in the Introduction to Shakespeare: Othello that sexism is a big factor  in the play:   At this point in our civilization the play’s fascination and its horror may be greater than ever before because we have been made so very sensitive to the issues of race, class, and gender that are woven into the texture of Othello....   [tags: Othello essays]

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A Most Remarkable Teacher

- A Most Remarkable Teacher   A most remarkable high school teacher first aroused my interest in medicine when he invited me to take a special advanced microbiology course at night. He (Mr. Wiles) had worked for years in the medical field before retiring to teach school. Spending many hours with us, he constantly reaffirmed his belief that we could make a positive contribution to society through a career in medicine. Shortly after my graduation, Mr. Wiles died of lung cancer. During his last months, as I visited him, walked with him, chopped wood for him, I anguished over my helplessness as his pain grew and his life diminished....   [tags: Medicine College Admissions Essays]

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Othello: the Abnormal

- Othello: the Abnormal Five Works Cited William Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello presents to the audience a very abnormal character in the person of Iago. Also can one classify the epileptic seizure of Othello as normal. Let us in this essay consider the abnormal in the play. The abnormal behavior of the ancient is partly rooted in his misogynism. In “Historical Differences: Misogyny and Othello” Valerie Wayne implicates Iago in sexism. He is one who is almost incapable of any other perspective on women than a sexist one: Iago’s worry that he cannot do what Desdemona asks implies that his dispraise of women was candid and easily produced, while the praise requires labour and inspirat...   [tags: Othello essays]

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Sexism in Othello

- Othello: the Unquestionable Sexism        Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello features sexism as regular fare – initially from Brabantio and Iago, and finally from Othello. Let us in this essay explore the occurrences and severity of sexism in the drama.   In “Historical Differences: Misogyny and Othello” Valerie Wayne implicates Iago in sexism. He is one who is almost incapable of any other perspective on women than a sexist one:   Iago’s worry that he cannot do what Desdemona asks implies that his dispraise of women was candid and easily produced, while the praise requires labour and inspiration from a source beyond himself....   [tags: Othello essays]

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Video-psychology-past, Present

- Past, Present, and Promise 'Past, Present, and Promise'; is the first volume in the twenty-six volume set. The video begins by introducing the series and going over basic definitions such as the definition of psychology. The video continues on by giving an example of a disorder that psychologists may work with- multiple personality disorder. A woman who has an extreme case of this disorder is introduced. At times she believes she is a scared seven year old girl named Carol, and at other times she has a coarse personality of a man named Devan....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- Through out the novel Siddhartha had constantly taken risks that he believed would lead him to nirvana. He would take these risks even if it meant leaving his family, his best friend, and having to live as a poor man searching for himself. Siddhartha has many teachers during his journey. Although he had many teachers he believed that with or without them he would have learned what he needed to learn to obtain nirvana. The first teacher that Siddhartha had was the Samanas. Siddhartha followed their path for a few years, and learned much from them....   [tags: Character Analysis]

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Still Life

- Still Life "Each of us is a kind of crossroads where things happen. The crossroads is purely passive, something happens there. A different thing, equally valid happens elsewhere. There is no choice, it is a matter of chance." Ð Levi-Strauss "It was boring." "How could you find it boring?" "It just...sat there. Mooned over itself. It was talky." "It was...great. I dunno. I think it says something to people in transition." "Well, I'd hardly think of my life as...I don't know..." "Static?" "Right." My mother, my sister, my father and I walked two blocks, and took the subway back to our hotel....   [tags: Personal Narrative Papers]

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