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  • Glass Menagerie - Jim

    In the play, "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, Laura Wingfield struggles with her everyday life. Laura and the rest of her family continue to suffer from the difficulties of the real world. Jim's purpose in this play is to serve as a symbol of confidence and reality, to give Laura a glimp...

    Contributed on December 17, 2007
  • Energy Transfer Between Cells

    Energy transfer is involved in all cellular activities. In fermentation, the cells produce two adesine triphosphates as well as a by-product, carbon dioxide, and NAD+. Fermentation is the process of creating ATP for the cell in the absence of oxygen. This is possible because glycolysis uses no oxyge...

    Contributed on December 17, 2007
  • Risks Vs Planning

    Success is defined as attainment of wealth, favor, or eminence. To attain success, however, is very difficult. One must wonder whether success is obtained through risk taking or through careful planning. I believe that success is the result of tedious planning. Planning can give an individual comple...

    Contributed on December 17, 2007
  • Human Cloning Examines The Issue Human Cloning. Debates...

    A couple that has been trying for years to conceive a child has finally succeeded. But when the baby is born nine months later, it is stillborn. The couple is absolutely heartbroken by their loss, and by the thoughts of the child that could have been. They know that they may not be able to conceive ...

    Contributed on January 26, 2005
  • Book Report: "a Tale Of Two Cities" By Charles Dickens

    Book Evaluation Setting: "A Tale of Two Cities" is written by Charles Dickens and it takes place in France and England beginning in 1775. It's told in third person until the end when Sydney Carton overtakes the narrator and talks in first person for the last few paragraphs of the novel. Protagonis...

    Contributed on August 22, 2006
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