Analyzation Essays

  • Sarcasm and Irony in Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal

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    persona of Swift, as well as the period in which it was written, one can prove that through that same use of sarcasm and irony, this proposal is actually written to entertain the upper-class. Therefore the true irony in this story lies not in the analyzation of minute details in the story, but rather in the context of the story as it is written. One of the voices that is present throughout the story is that of irony. The story itself is ironic since no one can take Swifts proposal seriously. This

  • Essay on Camus’ The Stranger (The Outsider): Apathy

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    immediately sets a tone of indifference (1). Though the protagonist, Mersault, is not completely without cares, the overall attitude of passiveness he has toward himself, as well as toward others, give the entire novel a tone of apathy. With an analyzation of Mersault's character, an automatic attitude of nonchalance is quickly seen. Mersault does not lie to himself, let alone to others, because he has no need to. He does not care about the set laws of society, and he feels that he has no one to please

  • Extinction of Dinosaurs due to Asteroid Impact

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    Extinction of Dinosaurs due to Asteroid Impact Nobody knows for sure exactly how the dinosaurs became extinct. However scientists have speculated for decades about possible events that caused the dinosaurs to die out. Possibilities range from asteroids, to volcanoes, to climate changes. One of the more popular or well-known extinction theories involves the belief that an asteroid struck the Earth, causing devastating effects, and triggering mass extinctions around the end of the Cretaceous

  • Striving for Emotional Perfection in Ordinary People

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    matures both physically and emotionally as time passes.  Emotional growth is quite often more difficult than physical growth.  A person must realize his faults and admit to them before he can develop emotionally, while one does not need any self-analyzation to develop physically.  In her book Ordinary People, Judith Guest depicts the struggles man must experience in order to reach his ideal emotional perfection.  Conrad, the book's protagonist, and his father Calvin, were both searching for higher

  • Mozart k310 sonata (2nd movement)

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    Mozart k310 sonata (2nd movement) Analyzation The 2nd movement of the Mozart k310 Piano Sonata resembles standard sonata form in many ways. It opens with a first theme in F (same as key signature). The theme is four bars long; two bars of antecedant, two bars of consequent. Mozart then starts the first theme again with a 32nd note run pick-up instead of the 16th note arpeggio pick-up in the the begginning of the piece so we are prepared for variation in the second statement of the first theme.

  • Stampfer and The Catharsis of King Lear

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    dramatic effect. In what sort of universe, we ask ourselves, can wasteful death follow suffering and torture? In his essay "The Catharsis of King Lear," Stampfer discusses sevearal readings of Lear’s death, proves them faulty, and, through analyzation of this and other Shakespearian texts, arrives at his own conclusion concerning Lear’s denouement and the audience’s reaction. The essay begins with Stampfer defining the relevance of Lear’s death to King Lear and the essay reader. Stampfer does

  • Importance of History

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    central government and mostly monotheistic in religion. How did we come to be like this? How can we learn about those ancient cultures? By their literature mostly. The literature of a culture directly reflects the society in which it is written. By analyzation of ancient poems, stories, myths, and folklore we can decipher the basis of many cultures. The ancient Greek civilization suffered a period in which little to no learning took place called, “the dark age of Greece.” Through this dark age came a

  • LINDA TRIPP: "I’m you. . . I’m just like you." Really Linda? I don’t think so!

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    Tripp’s actions before, during, and after the Impeachment Scandal the question arises; were these actions legitimate or were they improper? An important factor in answering this question is the audience’s reaction to Tripp’s behavior along with an analyzation and critique of her actions. "Psychological criticism" is the method that will be used to evaluate Linda Tripp. This "attempts to analyze the effects of the rhetorician’s character, intelligence, and sincerity as perceived by the audience." (Campbell

  • analyzation of the poem

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    In the poem “Sea Fever”,(comma?) John Masefield writes(WC) about his obsession with the waters and illustrates his deep desire to sail the seas. The title, “Sea Fever” emphasizes his strong passion for the seas and introduces Masefield’s deepest aspiration. (Necessary or nah??) Masefield conveys his obsessive/nostalgic (right word choice for tone or should I do obsession?) yearnings through his eagerness to take his final journey on the ocean (subject clear?). Through multiple literary elements

  • A Man of the People: Political Analyzation

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    The book A Man of the People is a postcolonial view on politics that is written by the author Chinua Achebe. There is a set stage of corruption, embezzlement, adulatory and bribes which all tie to the political arena that is described in the book. The political office won is has been merely a tool for the politician to secure wealth and control over a society being robbed for the self interest one mans greed. There are modern aspects of political campaigning. This postcolonial palace as some of the

  • The Great Gatsby Cover Analyzation

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    The cover of The Great Gatsby could be interpreted in numerous ways. It could represent Daisy, the eyes of Eckleburg, Gatsby, or even Myrtle. However, the character that seems to have the biggest correlation is Daisy. The entire book revolves around Gatsby's life and his experiences. What exactly does Gatsby's life revolve around? His life revolves around Daisy and his undying love for her. It only makes the most sense that the cover of the book would be the one thing he could treasured the most

  • Research Article Analyzation: A Study of the Usefulness of the HESI Exit Exam in Predicting NCLEX-RN Failure

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    Spurlock’s paper aims to examine the effectiveness of using HESI Exit Exams to accurately predict NCLEX-RN pass rates. The research will determine if there is a correlation between the imposed mandatory pass rates of HESI Exit Exams imposed by institutions to allow their students to sit for the NCLEX-RN. The variable being considered is whether students taking the HESI Exit Exam failing to achieve a score of 850 or higher could improve their scores. Would they do better on the NCLEX-RN if they had

  • Analysis Of The Film Gravity

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    The film “Gravity”, released in 2013 and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, is a groundbreaking cinematic piece that exemplifies countless scientific and astronomic analyzations. The film was highly praised for it’s excellent portrayal of astronomic phenomena and the delicateness and dangers of exploration in space. The first scientific analyzation that I found was in the opening scene when the film mentions that life is “impossible” in space. Being an astronaut on a space mission is not something that

  • Fahrenheit 451 Benefits

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    Reading is a crucial part of culture throughout the world, and holds significance to millions of people.  In society, it is important for people to read in order to obtain success in school and in the real world.  In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, it revolves around a dystopian society in which the importance of reading has been ignored and books have been replaced entirely with television and technology.  The people living in this society lack exposure to the skills and knowledge obtained

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream Compare And Contrast

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    These factors change the audience’s perspective and analyzation from the original play to the movie. For example, the use of bicycles made transportation easier and the running away seem less impossible. The modern clothing took away from the inherent magic, much like changing the setting originally affected this. The behavior of the characters that changed due to this setting change, however, disturbed the original emotions and analyzations one might make from reading the work as intended, through

  • Critical Analysis Of Sylvia Plath's 'Edge'

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    means of suicide. Immediately, the poem stresses that the woman has perfected her life through death, which implies that she did not do anything wrong, or disgrace anyone. “The woman is perfected”. Such a blanket statement surely requires some analyzation from the reader. The woman herself never speaks about the tragedy that has occurred in the poem. The reader is urged to side with the narrator from the very

  • Eyewitness Testimonies Essay

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    In recent years, the use of eyewitness testimonies as evidence in court cases has been a subject in which various researchers have been interested in. Research suggests that eyewitness testimonies are actually not reliable enough to use as primary evidence in court cases. There have been many cases in which an innocent person gets sent to prison for a crime they did not commit because an eyewitness testified that they were the ones that they saw at the scene of the crime. Researchers’ goal is to

  • Interpretation Of Plato Republic And Book V From Plato's Republic

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    The analyzation and interpretation of Plato’s argument and theory of epistemology Book V to Book VII are what the article consists. Starting off with Book V from Plato’s Republic it introduces the argument of philosopher versus the sight lover. This dialogue of course is narrated by Socrates through Plato’s writing. It starts off with the example that the man ran by doxa (belief) can make up and see countless of beautiful things, but unlike the awakened philosopher, the man cannot grasp beauty itself

  • La Boca Del Lobo Essay

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    identity of Peru is expressed through the Spanish descendants that live in cities or urban areas of Peru. In his essay, Mariátegui expresses that the creation of modern Peru was due to the tenure system in Peru and its Indigenous population. With the analyzation of La Boca del Lobo we will describe the native identity in Peru due to the Spanish treatment of Indians, power in the tenure system of Peru, the Indian Problem expressed by Mariátegui, and the implementation of Benedict Andersons “Imagined Communities”

  • Paradise Lost And Song Of Myself Comparison Essay

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    now, nor any more heaven or hell than there is now (Ch4 line 4-7)”. “Now” is being used at the end of each line, emphasizing the meaning of the present. Word choice throughout this verse is very interpretive and thought provoking. Unlike in the analyzation of the theme identity, where the authors challenge the reader to share their identity while reading, they give the reader a chance to examine their own experiences. A key match in subject found in Whitman’s poem, originating from Milton’s was the