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“My First Murder” – Personal Essay

This paper describes the writer’s first experience with murder – when he shot a squirrel in his youth I committed my first murder at the age of twelve. I had killed before, but before there were always motives such as self defense and protection of property. On December 25, 1991, however, I killed for the […]

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“Lord of the Flies” by William Golding

This paper critically reviews William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” examining the characters and the topic of evil Lord of the Flies is a 202 page long adventure story written by William Golding in 1954 about a number of boys marooned on a tropical island and left to fend for themselves. While on the island, […]

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“Life is Like a Box of Chocolates”

A paper which compares life to a box of chocolates “Life is like a box of chocolates…” At first glance the quote “life is like a box of chocolates seems” rather silly. How could such a large and complicated concept such as life be compared to something as small and simple as a box of […]

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“Fountainhead”

This paper discusses Ayn Rand’s novel “Fountainhead” focusing on the attitudes and personalities of the characters Individualism, the only element which makes a person’s character unique. In the Fountain Head, a character binds true to this belief and goes by the name of Howard Roark. This young architect who had his own viewpoint of the […]

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“Flowers & Shadows” by Ben Orki

This paper highlights parallels between Orki’s story and Shakespeare’s Macbeth 4th Essay on Flowers & Shadows As darkness cloaks the mists of the story line; Sowho, one of the many unprevailling & vengeful victim of Jonan’s Crumbling & destructive success, finally makes an appearance at the okwe’s residence; leading the fall of Jonan’s wealth and […]

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“Death of the Author” by Roland Barthes

This paper reviews “Death of the Author” by Roland Barthes and feels that the book was wordy and overdone “Death of the Author” by Roland Barthes The title to the story “The Death of an Author,” by Roland Barthes, suggests this story may be a fictional novel about the story of an author’s death. Perhaps […]

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“Cry, the Beloved Country”

This paper discusses the nature vs. nurture debate by looking at Alan Paton’s “Cry, the Beloved Country” Psychologists often battle on the idea of “Nature vs. Nurture”, or the idea that people’s character are decided by either genetic inheritance or their surroundings. In Cry, the Beloved Country, two brothers, John and Stephen Kumalo, are shown […]

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“Dead Poet’s Society” – Significant Experiences

This paper provides an analysis of the film, “Dead Poet’s Society”, focusing on the significant experiences that resulted in life changes for the boys in the film Significant experiences; the twists of life. Significant experiences are moments in life that create change not only in one’s present period of life, but also dramatically alter one’s […]

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Joseph Heller”Catch 22″ review

This paper reviews Joseph Heller’s critique of the society we live in, “Catch 22” Catch 22, by Joseph Heller, is a critique of the society that we live in. Whoever is proud of what we have advanced to, and is unwilling to look at it in a negative light, would find this book very subversive. […]

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“Business Policy and Strategy: An Action Guide”

This paper presents a book review on the guide written by Robert Murdick, R. Carl Moor and Richard H. Eckhouse Book Review of Business Policy and Strategy: An Action Guide Business Policy and Strategy An Action Guide, by Robert Murdick, R. Carl Moor and Richard H. Eckhouse, attempts to tie together the broad policies and […]

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