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Casting Shadows

A review of the novel “The Awakening” by Kate Chopin, focusing on the main character, Edna. Casting Shadows Happiness; is it essential or is it a mere unimportant simplistic virtue in life’s plans? Does everyone have the right to happiness? It is stated in the Constitution that we as Americans have the right to life, […]

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The Accident

This paper is a personal story of life after injury in an accident. The Accident It was a beautiful day and definitely not forewarning of the events that would change my life. The warm Las Vegas sun was shining brightly in the blue and cloudless sky. A light breeze cooled the warm air just enough […]

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The Country Doctor and The Hunger Artist.

There are many similar and contrasting elements between Franz Kafka’s The Country Doctor and The Hunger Artist. The Country Doctor is a short story about an old doctor’s struggle to save a dying boys life. He must make many difficult choices as well as deal with the fact that most in the villagers have lost […]

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My Story of the Parable of the Sadhu

This story is a good example of how it the corporate world works. The parable begins with a mountain-climbing expedition in the Himalayas, by some Americans that had a one in a lifetime trip to climb the mountain. There were four other groups from other countries that was climbing also. Stephen, from the American group […]

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The Menzel and Carrel

The study replicates portions of the Menzel and Carrel (1999) study with biological gender being replaced with perceived gender as defined by the shortened version of the Bem BSRI developed by Wheeless and Dierks-Stewart (1981). The pilot instrument measured the student reported gender of both the instructor and the student (see Appendix A), while the […]

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Durden’s mind

Durden’s mind, nonetheless, has the way of sorting things out by itself. In respond to the hollowness of the you-is-what-you-consume capitalist world, another Durden is created, and his goal is to make the old Durden knows that the image he created around himself is unreal. The first thing the new Durden do to his old […]

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Inner Self

We can define principle as a dogma or doctrine, which supports our investigations and thus can be used in practice. It has been invented by humans, who like to put things into order. Xenophanes, Socrates and Plato were the ones who enquired after the meaning of principles and analyzed them thoroughly. However, the Greeks believed […]

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The lost boys

The Lost Boys is a horror film, a Gothic horror film. Gothic horror is associated with death, blood and much more. Gothic horror uses non-negative iconography for example vampires, zombies, ghosts. Modern horror tends to follow on from Gothic horror, but Gothic horror is very different from modern day horror, for example in Gothic horror […]

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How is Crooks Depicted in Of Mice and Men?

In the 1930’s it was especially hard for black men to find work but as Crooks was disabled and black, it would have been very hard for Crooks to be accepted. Steinbeck wanted the readers to see how Crooks had to put up With the abuse to secure his place on the ranch as he […]

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How effective is the Barnardos Kim Vale advertisement?

The women in the background of the advertisement are standing evenly far apart on two different sides of the street, scantily dressed for the evening, portrayed in the image and standing on an angle in a provocative way signifying that they are engaging men to look at them. Like prostitution. It demonstrates how unpleasant a […]

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