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    order to come to terms or reach an agreement. The basic idea of it seems pretty simple, and in fact negotiating is something the majority of us do on a daily basis either at work, at home, anywhere. In the text "Getting To Yes" by Roger Fisher and William Ury, they describe their four principles for effective negotiation. They also discuss three common obstacles to negotiation and how to overcome them. The four principles for effective negotiation are to 1) separate the people from the problem; 2) focus

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    Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher and William Ury In this classic text, Fisher and Ury describe their four principles for effective negotiation. They also describe three common obstacles to negotiation and discuss ways to overcome those obstacles. Fisher and Ury explain that a good agreement is one which is wise and efficient, and which improves the parties' relationship. Wise agreements satisfy the parties' interests and are fair and lasting. The authors'

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    in the world of negotiation.” -William Ury The book Getting Past No by William Ury starts with an overview of negotiation and the reality of amateur negotiating which almost always end with the dreaded No. It also discusses the importance of negotiation and its impact in our daily lives. Truly, one cannot start and end the day with no negotiating taking place, from the kind of meal we partake to trying to haggle with the parents for a later sleeping time. As Ury states, negotiation is the process

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    everyday life, negotiation takes place—whether it is for a mundane dilemma i.e. where to have lunch to important decisions involving union leaders or business associates. Negotiation is the basic way to get what you want. And in this book, Robert Ury and William Fisher introduce the third way to negotiate. It is neither hard nor soft but rather a combination of both. This is the method of principled negotiation. It advocates to decide on the mutual benefits and if the interests of the parties are incompatible

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    The Development of William Mossop’s Character in Hobson’s Choice William Mossop started off as a lodger lodging with Ada Figgins. He was shy and had no ambitions working at Hobson’s shoe shop at the bottom of the chain. At the end of the play he was ambitious, married and the joint owner of Hobsons shop. The audience sympathises with Willie the first time he appears on stage because he ‘only comes half way up the trap door’. This is because of his social standing and he feels that he is

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    The chapter we chose to write about was 22, 'Grieving' because it was very moving. In this chapter William tries to bottle up his feelings about Zach's death and Geoffrey seems to understand Will's grief. It is also William's first Christmas with Mr Tom, so they make homemade toys for incoming evacuees, due to increased bomb raids in London. Will also learns from Geoffrey that 'he can live without Zach, even though he still misses him’ as Will discovers that Geoffrey lost a friend while fighting

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    William Carlos Williams

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    Poet William Carlos Williams once stated, “Crude symbolism is to associate emotions with natural phenomena such as anger with lightning, flowers with love…” (Llanas 57). This quote is an excellent example of Williams’ style of writing; his poetry represents the idea of Imagism excellently. Although his poetry was once referred to as “over-looked,” and “misunderstood,” later in his life, many aspiring writers looked to him and his writing for inspiration (Llanas 57-58). William Carlos Williams’ writing

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    Modern Poetry

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    Imagism soon gave rise to another “-ism”; Objectivism. Just as Imagism, Objectivism consisted of simple language and terse subjects; it was short, sweet, and to the point. Objectivists, such as William Carlos Williams, often stressed the value of the objective world. In his poem, “This Is Just to Say,” Williams expresses the value of “the plums that were in the icebox.” Objective poetry was meant to capture t... ... middle of paper ... ...f the “Black Logos.” While not necessarily being religious

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    Jean Beake

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    In 1938 modern novelist and physician, Dr. William Carlos Williams produces a novel “Jean Beicke” which may well be synonymous with his life, and his disposition with the society that emerged in the early twentieth century. The novel not only confers on the deprived state some of the children entering the pediatric hospital the narrator happened to work at. It also delves into the disposition the narrator (possibly other pediatricians) possesses over the neglectful nature of the child’s parents

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    Allen Ginsberg was a Jewish American poet, who was born in June 3 1929, he’s poetry vigorously opposed such topics as militarism, economic materialism and sexual- repression. Ginsberg is best known for his epic poem "Howl", in which he denounced what he saw as the destructive forces of capitalism and conformity in the United States. In his early years Allen was born into a Jewish family in Newark New Jersey, his father Louis Ginsberg was a published poet and a high school teacher. Ginsberg's mother

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