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    Eliot's East Coker and Linguistic Devices

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    place Is an open field, or a factory, or a by-pass. In this discussion I shall be examining Eliot's use of a range of linguistic devices in East Coker. The discussion will focus on how T. S. Eliot (1888 - 1965) employs the medium of language to parallel and reflect his perception of the cyclical and repetitive patterns of the life and death process. As well as the linguistic aspects of Eliot's poem I shall be referring to the reader-response theory of Wolfgang Iser to demonstrate how the symbols

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    Nonsense in Lewis Carroll's Poem Jabberwocky

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    Alice’s first encounter with the poem "Jabberwocky," she exclaims that it is in a language she doesn’t know (Carroll 116). After further examination, she realizes that she has to look at the poem in a mirror. Likewise, Carroll’s many syntactic and linguistic devices force readers to use their imagination and look at the poem in an altered state. As Humpty Dumpty later explains to Alice, many of the words are portmanteaus, words comprised of two meanings (164). Humpty explains that the word "brill...

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    James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man provides an introspective exploration of an Irish Catholic upbringing. To provide the reader with a proper interpretation, Joyce permeates the story with vivid imagery and a variety of linguistic devices. This paper will provide an in-depth of analysis of the work by examining its key elements. The central theme of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is Stephen Dedalus' alienation and separation from his trinity of family, country and

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    Dramatic and Linguistic Devices in William Shakespeare's Othello Shakespeare’s ‘Othello’, in my opinion is one of his most cleverly written plays. It is a tragedy, similar in a way to the likes of the famous Romeo and Juliet, as there is a definite romance in the play, which quickly turns sour, due to lack of trust and jealousy, or as some might think, the tragedy is all down to manipulation and deceit. The play deals with many controversial issues such as racism which makes it unique.

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    Assistive Listening Devices

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    Assistive Listening Devices Several assistive listening devices can improve the communication ability of deaf children. According to IDEA, every child with a disability is entitled to have access to assistive technology (California Department of Education, 2004). The California Department of Education (2004) outlines IDEA’s definition of an assistive technology device. It explains that this device consists of “any item, piece of equipment or product system…that is used to increase, maintain

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    Effective Devices

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    Effective Devices There is a description of the family who migrated from Vietnam to the US, and they are having a language problem inside of family in the essay, “Language Use in Family and in Society,” from the English textbook, Constructing Others, Constructing Ourselves. (Lee Thomas, Linh Cao 61 -71). The parents cannot speak English although the children are comfortable with speaking English. As a result, the parents and children cannot communicate appropriately in various situations, and

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    Telecommunications

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    specific item of information, a group of such items, or computer instructions. Examples include a news item, a bank transaction, a mailing address, a letter, a book, a mailing list, a bank statement, or a computer program. The devices used can be computers, terminals (devices that transmit and receive information), and peripheral equipment such as printers (see Computer; Office Systems). The transmission line used can be a normal or a specially purchased telephone line called a leased, or private

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    developed throughout the years and now they are able to be on electronic devices. Reading e-books does not have to be at a computer. Almost all devices used for school can have online books downloaded on them. People can read e-books on small devices like an Ipad or a kindle. It just depends on what device it is downloaded on (“What…” 1). Students can download their online textbooks on any device they want as long as the device supports the e-book being downloaded. While some teachers think online

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    easier as I found that a lot of the information to be on the HSE website. Overall I believe that I have covered all of the assignment that is possible in light of not being able to cover section 4 hence the reason that I have expanded the safety devices section somewhat. Bibliography Below are a list of some of the key web sites and documents I used during my research for this assignment. Websites http://www.google.co.uk http://baldwin.butterworths.co.uk/ http://www.bsi.org.uk Documentation

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    Future Trends

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    Next-Generation home we will find a network of appliances that are linked to the Web through various non-traditional devices such as; PDA's, TV's, ovens, and phones. The Next-Generation home receives information continuously and effortlessly which makes it simple to receive updates to an electronic phone book or downloading e-mails from the office to a PDA. With the non-traditional devices linked to the Web, this makes the PC no longer the sole connection point within the network (The Network Home, 2006)

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