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  • This Essay Compares And Contrasts The Sin In Nathaniel...

    Sin in the Short Stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne After analyzing several of Nathaniel Hawthorne's short stories, it becomes apparent to the reader that he often wrote using the recurring theme of sin. Though sin is present in all of his works, there is much variation on the ways in which his charact...

    Contributed on March 5, 2003
  • Describes In Simple Terms The Problems Facing The Ozone...

    Ozone, a gas very similar to oxygen, can both help and harm humans, yet a problem has recently risen as levels of "good" ozone is being depleted. However, the source of this depletion created a big controversy when it was discovered, and, although it is now rarely mentioned, a dispute still exists. ...

    Contributed on March 5, 2003
  • Description Of Meteorology And Different Fields...

    When confronted with the idea of what exactly a meteorologist is, most people instantly think of a weather forecaster on a local television or radio station. However, meteorology entails a much wider range of job opportunities than just relaying information on to local citizens. Meteorology is defin...

    Contributed on March 5, 2003
  • A Critical Analysis Of The Use Of The Five Literary...

    Barbara Kimenye's "The Winner," is an excellent example of a short story that does not necessarily use all five of the literary elements to their fullest potential, but still creates a sense of organic unity. In this analysis, the elements are organized in the order of theme, plot, characterization,...

    Contributed on March 5, 2003
  • Relating The Themes Of Arthur Miller's "the Crucible" To...

    "American Cultural Puritanism and The Crucible" In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, the playwright creates a scene based on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, yet the themes that the play conveys are still embedded in modern society. John Proctor, the protagonist, is condemned for speaking out against th...

    Contributed on March 5, 2003

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