English Essays and Research Papers

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He supports his view by alluding to one author Jonathan Swifts of the famous Gulliver Travels novel who in Part 4:”A voyage to the country of the House hymns” creates a satire on the issue of red heads by writing “it is observed that the redheads of both sexes are more libidinous and mischievous than the rest whom yet they exceed in strength and activity”. Patricia (2004: 392) relates red hair in mythology to be associated with fairyland. Fairies used red and green but the former was a…
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Acquainted with the Night by Robert Frost
The balance in line 2: “I have walked out in rain – and back in rain” tied to the repetition effortlessly emphasizes the endlessness, the length of time and the depth of suffering the speaker feels. A watch telling time, but without definition “neither wrong nor right” (line 13) again emphasizes the irrelevance and meaninglessness of time to the speaker. The images used in the poem reflect Frost’s imaginative and unique view of the world. He personifies the city – “the saddest…
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American International Group(AIG)
This policy entails that investors will persist in paying out premiums on insurance and will eventually get the payout once a person dies. If the policyholder encounters his death earlier, this will entail that the returns will be immense. However, if there is a greater increase in life expectancy for a certain segment of the populace. Companies such as AIG lose money in downturns when claims mount which at times may result in bankruptcy (Lewitt, 183). Recently AIG has sought to garner support…
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Animal Cruelty
Teaching on the investigation of and reaction to crimes against animals is progressively being contained within the standards of police training. There have been a number of researches that show the possibility that those who have previously repeated deeds of deliberate violence towards animals are at higher possibility of doing the same thing towards people in the future. The crime rates of animal abusers were rated five times greater than those of non-abusing persons (Linzey 93). There are…
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Annotated Bibliography
This is because it is inclusive of diverse interventions from other researchers with the intention of adding its validity. Hence, this is a very helpful reference due to its reliability meant for both research and informative purposes. James, G. Murphy, et al. "Health-Related Quality Of Life Among Heavy-Drinking College Students." American Journal Of Health Behavior 36.3 (2012): 289-299. Web. 4 Nov. 2012. The study focuses on attaining information concerning the effects of heavy drinking…
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A woman's beauty put down or power source
These lucrative body shapes are able to sell anything they advertise, whether it is a perfume, mobile phone, a car or even an after-shave. However, this growing trend of portraying skinny models as icons of fashion creates an unusual predisposition in common women to seek for the popular image of ultra-thin American woman. The ultra thin female bodies have haunted the entire media. While going through the pages of a womans magazines, whether it is Vogue or Womens Day or Good Housekeeping, or…
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Benefits of Massage Therapy
Not only does the client benefit from purely physical perspective, but the psychological and spiritual aspects of his/her life is also enhanced (Salvo et al, 1999). The concept of true health resulting from a correct equilibrium or balancing of this physical and spiritual energy has for long been treated and documented as a form of medication. Massage works on two levels, the physical manipulation of soft body tissue and the positive healing energy that exuded during this manipulation. The…
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Chaucer and the Middle Ages: The Canterbury Tales
Taking the above quotation as an example, found within the Tale of Sir Thopas, the reader can adequately note that the speaker is professing a degree of “pickiness” concerning his future mate or lover (Laynesmith 346). Instead of realizing that women are indeed approachable and indeed even human, the representation that is given in the above quote denotes that they must necessarily be some type of spiritual or magical creature; unattainable, divine, and/or otherworldly. Even though this…
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Childhood vaccinations
Thesis Failure to get children immunized puts them at risk of innumerable life-threatening or permanently disabling diseases that would otherwise have been completely preventable. It is argued here that children should get immunized and that vaccination is the right of every child, as much as is his right to living. Background The World Health Organization (WHO) has a Millennium Development Goal 4 for reducing child (under five years of age) mortality by up to two thirds by the year 2015…
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Controversial Issue Portfolio Project
Corstjens & Umblijs (2012) state that a survey of over 3,000 senior executives across various industries indicated that organizations qualified as “networked” outperformed other companies when it came to market share, profit margins and market leadership. The impact of social media marketing on businesses is illustrated by the fact that in some industries, such as the travel sector, the expectation that a company operates an alternative customer service line through their social media…
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Definition of Argument Essay on George Orwell's A Hanging
Interestingly enough, in this case, it was not the wife but the husband who sought relief for the mental torture he was undergoing as a result of his marriage. According to Dictionary.com, in the legal sense, ‘cruelty’ is ‘conduct by a spouse that causes grievous bodily harm or mental suffering.’ The idea of ‘cruelty’ as being associated with hurting those we love, or at least those we marry, then, has come a long way from the times of Spinoza. Now, thanks especially to the…
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Disadvantaged by birth: The Limited Lives of Children born within as specific poor, developing country Central African Republic
Unlike in developed nations where children live a simple happy life with little or no life problems, in Africa children normally struggle to live their childhood. Apart from living an impoverished life, these children also live a life full of issues such as lack of education, discrimination especially the orphans. Plight of Women In CAR, women normally have a much lower status than their male counterparts are. This is because whereas men normally have a lot of freedom since they are heads of…
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Discuss whether and how far the use of the superhero-comic form in Watchmen is an aid or a hindrance to its themes, and the moral and political debates it contributes to. Pertinent comparisons may be drawn with other, similar texts, in various media. (You
There are also descriptions of the breakdown of the invincibility of superheroes into grieving, suffering, and hopeless individuals, alluding to the changing relevance of superheroes along with the priorities or idealisms of society. In as much as Watchmen having a storyline with masked heroes and beings with superpowers or machineries make it seem like a distant reality, with regards to the social problems tackled in all 12 issues it can be considered as a very realistic, maybe even a timeless…
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Dr Harold Shipman
Recent biological theories focus more on the variations with genetic factors as well as other biological factors and more particularly with their interactions with other environmental factors. One theory to explain Dr. Harold’s behavior is nature. His behavior is believed to be as a result of the environment in which he grew up (Clarke, 2000, p. 100). It is argued that his behavior was shaped by the environment which is largely attributed to the way in which he grew up. Clarke (Clarke, 2000,…
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English Literature Religion in the Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler
That Old Testament God doesn’t violate the way things are now. But that God sounds a lot like Zeus, a super-powerful man, playing with his toys the way my youngest brothers play with toy soldiers. Bang, bang! Seven toys fall dead. If they’re yours, you make the rules. Who cares what the toys think. Wipe out a toy’s family, and then give it a brand new family. Toy children, like Job’s children, are interchangeable. Maybe God is a kind of big kid, playing with his toys. If he is, what…
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Explore how the theme of suffering is presented in Out, Out and Disabled
They boy works till “day was all done” and sun sets, without even having a half hour break.3 When his sister comes and calls him for supper, he feels exalted at the prospect of the food as well as the break from work and in his excitement, cuts his hand, which eventually leads to his death. The main difference in the poems is that in the former, the protagonist becomes directly involved in the war by becoming a soldier. In the latter, it transpires that the boy has had to assume a higher…
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Final Curriculum Design
The course teacher will issue questionnaires to students intending to join the class to understand their needs. Additionally, the teacher will continuously evaluate the students to determine the area they are wanting as not all learners understand their needs. As cited by Richards (2001), needs analysis determines whether the course meets the potential needs of the students and therefore influences this course design. Using questionnaires would be critical in imparting the necessary writing…
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Final research paper. Omnivores Dilemma (Industrial Corn)
And through his first hand knowledge gained from the fields where the plant is being cultivated, Pollan contends that it is the plant that has depended on human beings for its survival and the huge cultivation of the plant has actually benefited it. Along with this, the importance and function of petroleum that supplied lifeline to the transport system and cultivation and growth of corn in American food supply are thoroughly discussed in this portion of the book as well. Light on the fast food…
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Gay marriage in China
Another prominent argument for same sex marriage is that all Chinese citizens should be afforded the same equal rights. The only reason the law should deny people their rights is in instances where the rights are against the law. The Chinese criminal law has no specific statement that describes the status of homosexuals or whether it is illegal or not. Only the following statement exists in the nation’s laws: “all hooliganism should be subjected to arrest and sentence” (West and Green…
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Global warming
Farmers began using tractors rather than bulls, horses or donkeys. The concentration of carbon oxides in the atmosphere increased at a constant rate. No one still evaluated the impact of using fossil fuel resources. The energy use in urban localities is ever increasing. On the other hand, with the increase in population size, the requirement for the energy further increased and demand fro industrial goods also increased. The energy requirement of the world increased 10 times in just 21 years.…
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Has Indonesia Accepted Corruption as a Part of its Culture
It is something systemic and complicated, and given its long history and pervasiveness, something that seems intractable, hard to deal with, and for some ineradicable and almost accepted with resignation as a fact of life. On the other hand, too, the fact that politicians in countries Indonesia have been winning elections based on platforms promising to rid the government of bureaucracy seems to imply that ordinary Indonesians still hold out hope that corruption can be tamed if not completely…
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These individuals are also said to be weak and unable to defend themselves and have low self-esteem (Risk Factors). Additionally, those who do not get along with their peers may also be subjected towards bullying. Those likely to bully others also have distinct characteristics that include having social power, are usually aggressive, think badly of their peers, and view violence in a positive way. Although most of these characteristics apply in the physical bullying, they might also apply in…
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Individual and Community
Symbolically Henry tries to repair the car as a way of getting close to his brother. Erdrich has used symbolism to express the concerns, which soldiers usually have in regard to their future relationships after the war (Beidler and Barton 400). The relationship between Henry and Lyman is an expression of the saddening effects that war has one close relationship between the soldiers and their family members. The author has also connected the death of Henry to the death of the convertible as…
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Information and knowledge in technology
The speed of information flow is such that even governments cannot regulate. These social networks have contributed to revolutions and the overthrow of governments. This is the case because protestors can send each other footage and information regarding their movement in real time. The fall of the administration of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt is attributed to Facebook. Activists sent each other content that could be shared to everyone in Egypt who had a Facebook account. It influenced people’s…
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Internet is Not Good for Study
The flipside of this development is that when students are given assignments and homework, they readily do the searches on the Internet and copy down, or paraphrase the concepts, ideas or information on paper. Even if the material copied down from the Internet may be accurate, this action is retrogressive in itself and also as a habit, since it denies students the chance to exercise their cognitive skills. The same also rids students of the chance to apply concepts they had been acquainted with…
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