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  • A Visit to the Hostess City of the South

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    A Visit to the Hostess City of the South In 1994 John Berendt whispered a tale of murder and scandal in a quaint Southern town that took the nation by storm. Berendt’s novel, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil spent more time on the New York Times Bestseller List than any other piece of fiction or nonfiction. This tale of a murder and other oddities which Savannah tucks away in it’s proverbial “closet” takes place during the 1980‘s and 1990‘s. Upon reading this novel I became obsessed

  • The Theme of Being a Hostess in Hostess

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    The Theme of Being a Hostess in Hostess My best friend was about to turn 18, and because I was her closest friend, I decided to celebrate her birthday at my home. I invited eighty of our high school friends, which was an enormous mistake. I felt like I just became in charge of an oversized kindergarten class. I was amazed at how difficult it was to become a hostess for eighty teenagers who had no idea what manners were. I ran around the house, kicking people out of bedrooms, filling up

  • Comparison between Female Characters in Beowulf

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    this paper will focus on three of them- queen Wealhtheow of the Danes, queen Hygd of the Geats and Grendel?s mother. These characters have many parallels between them but in a way some are the ?alter-ego? of the others. Wealhtheow is the perfect hostess and devoted queen and wife. Her first appearance in the poem demonstrates her official duties as the queen: ?Wealhtheow came in, Hrotgar?s queen, observing the courtesies. Adorned in her gold, she graciously saluted the men in the hall, then handed

  • Development of the character of Lady Macbeth

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    person who collapses on reaching success, after striving for it with single-minded energy, is the figure of Shakespeare's Lady Macbeth. She fulfills her role among the nobility and is well respected like Macbeth. King Duncan calls her "our honored hostess." She is loving to her husband but at the same time very ambitious, as shown by her immediate determination for Macbeth to be king. This outcome will benefit her and her husband similarly. She immediately concludes that "the fastest way" for Macbeth

  • Comparing Two Seafood Restaurants

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    Crab Shack, the manner in which one is served varies greatly. When dining at the classy Pappadeux, each patron is greeted by an exquisitely dressed staff. The waitstaff is clad in black slacks, white tuxedo shirts, and classic bow ties, while the hostess dons an elegant dress. The staff greets each diner with the traditional "ma'am" and "sir" and treats her or him with the utmost respect and dignity. In contrast, at the relaxed Joe's Crab Shack the entire staff wears t-shirts and shorts or jeans

  • Use of Weather in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre

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    to her room and treated them with cake and tea, which brought Jane comfort from the public humiliation.  “We feasted that evening as on our nectar and ambrosia; and not the least delight of the entertainment was the smile of gratification of our hostess regarded us, as we satisfied our famished appetites on the delicate fare she liberally supplied” (65).  Another example of this is Jane’s first morning at Thornfield.  A positive mood was foreshadowed when Jane described the weather as such: “The

  • Essay For Setting

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    between the protagonist and the people or forces acting on them throughout the whole short story. For example, although Mrs. Fennel allows the new arrivals in her house, she seems uncomfortable with them, “This testimony to the youthfulness of his hostess had the effect of stopping her cross-examination” (764). Similarly, we see that the moment the second stranger gets in the house, the first one tries to create a friendly environment with him, “…and the first stranger handled his neighbor (the second

  • Women's Misleading Magazines

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    "The View." It caught my attention when one of the hostesses asked the audience of mostly women to raise their hand if they thought they were truly beautiful. Much to my surprise the audience did not respond with very many show of hands. The hostess then introduced a study done by Dove, the makers of the body soap. Dove polled over 6,000 women from all over the country and only two percent of the women polled said they feel beautiful. Women are surrounded by images screaming physical beauty

  • Smoking Cigarettes

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    ( I would suggest revising)One particular evening that comes to mind is when my parents and I met in Columbus to eat in a favorite restaurant in Easton. We, of course, expected a wait, but that Saturday night was especially longer than usual. The hostess told us it would be about a 30 minute wait. We sat down around the bar waiting for our table when a waitress came up to tell us if we could tolerate sitting among the smokers, we could be seated in 10 minutes rather than 30. The smoking section was

  • American Directness and the Japanese

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    American Directness and the Japanese American and Japanese ways of speaking are so different that they often cause culture shock to both Americans and Japanese who visit each other's country. Most Japanese who come to the United States are at first shocked and have a problem with the American direct way of speaking. Culture shock occurs because most Japanese cannot easily escape from the formula "politeness= indirectness." Compared to the American way of speaking, Japanese speak much more indirectly