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  • Concluding comments

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    communicated by emails during the process of the project. In addition, the whole group tried to discuss with our lecturer frequently to update our process and get support from him to improve our work. Last but not least, we also made use of valuable comments from our lecturer and the two mentors to improve and enhance the added value of our project to the client. 2.3. Tasks Allocation To engage in this project efficiently, our group was aware that every member had a unique capability and different

  • Wuthering Heights (comments)

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    descriptions of the interior of the house have many resemblance with the prose of Walter Scott. Descriptions are also important in the characterisation of the characters, physically and psychologically. COMMENTS Regarding comments, we see that sometimes, Nelly stops the narration to make some comments or judgements about the characters. Nelly is somehow involved in the story so it is normal that she gives her opinions, that is why she is partial, but at the same time, it gives credibility to the story

  • Comments on Joyce's Ulysses

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    Ulysses is a grand work of superscription, the creation of a palimpsest spanning millennia of western thought, from the centuries of oral tradition. Australians confronting their insidious, invisible birthrights: cultural cringe, the "tyranny of distance" exacerbated by the "anxiety of influence"--in sum, a mythos where art, like life, is "elsewhere"-- may take tonic from Joyce's despair with his own country, the "afterthought of Europe", despite its brilliant literary stars: Swift, Wilde, Yeats

  • Comments: A Critical Analysis Of 'The SAT'

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    Specific Comments: Pg1, P1, L4 - Because “The SAT” alone is a fragmented sentence, I would consider that you link it with the sentence before it so that it reads “tradition: the SAT”. This would both be grammatically correct and maintain the flow of the piece. Pg1, P1, L4-6 - In my opinion, I feel as though this sentences read a bit awkwardly and would benefit from some slight restructuring. It seemed a little confusing to what the “intelligence” was referring to, and clarification seems necessary

  • Comments from the Lovely Author

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    Comments from the Lovely Author The purpose of the scene is to explore the theme of it not being a question of whether or not we lie to ourselves, of it being a question of how much we do so. Tennessee Williams, through his writing makes the statement that we all, to some degree, lie to preserve a world in which we can hide gritty aspects of reality from ourselves. Every Blanche she spins is to preserve the false world she wishes to live in. Her false world is one in which she does not have to think

  • The Comment That Brought Forth the War

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    Shakespeare’s Othello illustrates the story of one man’s, Othello’s, self-destructive journey through vicious lies and slander surrounding his loved ones. Who is to blame for this? While the play focuses heavily on “Honest” Iago’s devious acts, Brabantio becomes the catalyst by warning Othello about Desdemona: “Look to her Moor, if thou hast eyes to see. / She has deceived her father, and may thee” (I. iii. 294-295). The events occurring in others scenes in Act I lead Brabantio to speak that mind-morphing

  • The Comment That Brought Forth the War

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    How much do the words of others affect people? Are the thoughts that circulate through the minds of people in the world really their own thoughts? What people influence their actions? Shakespeare’s Othello illustrates the story of one man’s, Othello’s, self-destructive journey through vicious lies and slander surrounding his loved ones. Who is to blame for this? While the play focuses heavily on “Honest” Iago’s devious acts, Brabantio becomes the catalyst by warning Othello about Desdemona: “Look

  • brief comment on the call of the wild

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    Mystic journey to the wildness ------ Book report of The call of the wild T he call of the wild is, Jack London's classic 1903 story of Buck, a courageous dog fighting for survival in the Alaskan wilderness, is widely considered to be his masterpiece. Sometimes wrongly considered simply a children's novel, this epic vividly evokes the harsh and frozen Yukon during the Gold Rush. As Buck is ripped from his pampered surroundings and shipped to Alaska to be a sled dog, his primitive, wolflike nature

  • Comment Paper On Everything Th

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    Everything That Rises Must Converge      In the story, “Everything That Rises Must Converge';; Flannery O’Conner uses a number of devices to make an organized plot. Causality, repetition, and structure all contribute in making the plot interesting.      The exposition consumes the beginning of the story. This is important because it gives the reader a better understanding of the characters, and sets tones for causality. Being

  • Comment of “Active and Passive Euthanasia”

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    “Active and Passive Euthanasia,” by James Rachels, makes a strong case over the doctrine permitting certain Euthanasia’s. This doctrine, adopted by the “House of Delegates of the American Medical Association” in 1973 (p. 302), states that, it is permissible for doctors to withhold medical treatment allowing a patient to die, but it is never permissible to take direct actions designed to kill the patient. Rachels disputes against this doctrine. Rachels’ core arguments is against the dispute that

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