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    The Nature of Loyalty

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    The Nature of Loyalty In the play King Lear, Shakespeare presents the reader with many negative views of society, and of human nature. One of the few bright spots in the play is Kent, a very loyal and honest man. Through Kent and his actions, Shakespeare shows the reader the nature of true loyalty. Kent's nature is evident from the very first time he talks to Lear. Lear has begun to detail his disappointment in Cordelia, and announce that he will not be providing her with a dowry. Kent interrupts

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    Race and Loyalty in Othello William Shakespeare`s Othello is a play set in Venice. The plot is based on a story about two people who love each other dearly and the problems and conflicts they face from the start. The conflicts are, for the most part, tied in with racial issues and questions of loyalty. These conflicts stem from the society around the couple, as well as from the couple themselves as they too are part of this society, but with very different backgrounds: The female protagonist is

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    Can the perfect ideal of loyalty ever be achieved? What is loyalty, how can you become loyal person? How do the people of today compare to the heroes in the stories that we read Beowulf Sir Gawin and the Green Knight and Camelot. When do you know you are a loyal person, is it something that you are born with or do you learn to become loyal? Is loyalty a valuable human characteristic?How does someone become a loyal person? In Sir Gawin he proved to be loyal when he showed up to a challenge that no

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    Loyalty to ones king

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    an animal in front of the King. The ‘loyalty’ and ‘respect’ the Cid has for King Alfonso is the deepest between any characters in the entire poem. Although loyalty and respect is the deepest between the Cid and King Alfonso, there is also a great amount of loyalty and respect among different characters also. Such as the Cid and his loyal vassal Minaya, the Cid to his wife Don Jimena, his two daughters Dona Elvira and Dona Sol, and the Cid to his army. Loyalty and respect are very important themes

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    A Question of Loyalty in Julius Caesar Loyalty defined means faithfulness to one's friends, country, ideals, etc. What should one do when these loyalties conflict with one another?  One would have to choose.  A choice that can make or break a man, which I believe broke many men in the play Julius Caesar.  One did not know who was friend or foe.  One's dearest friends actually your foes?  Not possible, is it? Yes, it is.  That is the story of Julius Caesar.  Julius Caesar, a great, noble

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    Loyalty in Homer's Odyssey

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    Relationships in Homer's Odyssey Loyalty is heroic. Loyalty is defined as faithfulness or devotion to a person, cause, obligations, or duties. In Homer's Odyssey one can see loyalty in many forms. Odysseus is loyal to the gods whom he realized held his life in their hands. Penelope was loyal to Odysseus, while trying not to offend the rude suitors. Telemachus was loyal to a father whom he only knew from the stories he had been told. Time and time again we see loyalty in the strongest sense, complete

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    Race and Loyalty in Othello

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    Race and Loyalty in Othello William Shakespeare`s Othello is centralized around the conflicts that are, for the most part, tied in with racial issues and questions of loyalty. These conflicts stem from the society that encompass the couple, as well as from the couple themselves.  Indeed the couple are entrenched in different social strata, class and ethnicity.  The female protagonist is the daughter of a highly-respected Venetian senator: Brabantio. Othello--also known as the Moor--is a foreigner

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    Loyalty

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    tend to compete to gain the customer’s loyalty by providing purchasers diverse programs namely creating brand communities, offering excellent customer service and developing loyalty programs. Customer loyalty means people buy products from the same manufacturer repeatedly rather than from other suppliers. Typically, as marketing managers, are providing excellent facility to obtain the customer’s needs and interest in long-lasting relationship, for instance, loyalty program. It considered one of the value

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    Loyalty

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    The most important and ultimate companies’ goals are to create a recognizable brand and achieve high customer loyalty. The latter is defined as “a deeply held commitment to rebuy or repatronize a preferred product or service in the future despite situational influences and marketing efforts having the potential to cause switching behavior” (Kotler & Keller, 2012). However, given statement can be augmented by types of loyal customers – true, spurious, latent, and low – due to their attachment and

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    BUSINESS LOYALTY

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    Brand Loyalty “ Brand loyalty-that certain something that makes a consumer keep buying over and over again-is an elusive quality. It begins with the consumer’s preference for a product on the basis of objective reasons-the drink is sweeter, the paper towel more absorbent. The brand name is the customer’s guarantee that he/she will get what they expect”(Fisher). As far back as companies go the main question asked when selling their product, how can I get people to purchase my product? This is still

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