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    Comparing Maturation in Sons and Lovers by D.H Lawrence, Out Of The Shelter by David Lodge and The Rachel Papers by Martin Amis Each of these three novels Sons and Lovers by D.H Lawrence, Out Of The Shelter by David Lodge and The Rachel Papers by Martin Amis, examine the transition between childhood and adulthood of the three main characters in each of the texts. Each author represents this transition by showing how all the characters deal with significant stages or events in their lives. The

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    Rachel Dein is a London Based artist, who studied Fine Arts at Middlesex University . She is most famously known for her tiles made of cement and plaster featuring molds of flowers. She currently runs and owns the Tactile Studio in North London to support herself and her three children. Before setting up her own studio, but after going to art school, she decided to take up an apprenticeship at The Royal Opera House and later branched out to other theaters to continue her prop making career including

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    Rachel Fryer

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    This paper is about a mother who committed a heinous crime; the killing of her child. Tariji Gordon was not only murdered, she was beaten, burned and bitten by her mother. This paper will show the events of that fatal day and the evidence of the case. Rachel Fryer, 33, was arrested on February 11, 2014 when she admitted to burying her 2 year old daughter, Tariji, in Putnam County. Fryer claims that the child was deceased when she placed her body into a suitcase and had a friend

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    The Testament Book Report

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    about are Nate O’Riley, Rachel Lane, Troy Phelan, and his six legitimate children. Nate O’Riley is the protagonist in this book; he’s an alcoholic who’s crashed many times and has had 2 wives both of which he’s divorced from who is sent by Josh Stafford, Troy’s former lawyer, into the Pantanal to find Rachel Lane. He falls in love with her after finding her, and he also fights against the heirs(except Rachel) of Troy towards the end of the book. He’s also the executor of Rachel Lane’s will after she

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    using the structure similar to his professors in hope that this would give him a better grade. Villanueva did not use any personal techniques, such as Rachels did, to his work, but rather only what he believed was expected. As a result,Villanueva soon became disappointed with himself because he knew he wasn’t doing the best that he could. Like Rachels, Villanueva became obsessed with doing well in school. After he began using this strategy he received A’s and B’s on

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    Should We Be Vegetarians?

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    In this paper I will look at the argument made by James Rachels in his paper, The Moral Argument for Vegetarianism supporting the view that humans should be vegetarians on moral grounds. I will first outline the basis of Rachels’ argument supporting vegetarianism and his moral objection to using animals as a food source and critique whether it is a good argument. Secondly, I will look at some critiques of this kind of moral argument presented by R. G. Frey in his article, Moral Vegetarianism and

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    a difference? I believe Rachels’ argument is not successful. In Rachels’ paper he argues that active vs. passive euthanasian is on the same level morally speaking. He shows that by killing vs. letting die has no difference. He said that active euthanasia is actually preferable because the whole goal of euthanasia is to end suffering, and active euthanasia ends suffering in a quicker and painless way. Compared to passive euthanasia which prolongs the suffering. Rachel presents two cases called

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    Philosophy 2200 Siara Rosario Paper #3 Topic: The Divine Theory and the Euthypro Problem In this paper I will discuss the Divine Command Theory (DCT) and its attracted features. I will also discuss the problems proposed by Plato’s writing known as “The Euthypro Problem” (EP). Using the Euthypro Problem I plan to show how Divine Command Theory makes morality arbitrary and God’s goodness meaningless. First I will begin by clearly defining the Divine Command Theory. I will then proceed to discuss the

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    Ethical Egoism Analysis

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    The objective of this paper is to analyze the theory of ethical egoism beginning with an introduction to ethical egoism is, its principle of conduct, and an explanation how it differs from psychological egoism. Following will be a discussion of how the arbitrary principle of certain beliefs is the same for ethical egotism which subsequently conduces the arbitrariness of the theory. Lastly this paper will explain why it is unsuitable as a moral theory due to its groundlessness and failure to meet

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    main character, Rachel was born without a father and to a mother who doesn’t care about her, telling her “she is a nail in her coffin.” Rachel’s mother also severely beats her at times. Rachel is mainly raised by her grandparents and her aunts and uncles while her mother works at a factory named The Congo. Rachel’s mother agrees to marry Alfred Caluwaerts because he doesn’t mind that she had a daughter, to give Rachel a last name and to tell everyone Rachel had a father. However, Rachel doesn’t see him

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