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  • To What Extent Has Your Personal Response To The Tragedy...

    My personal response to Othello has been completely shaped by Shakespeare's characterization of Othello. The themes and ideas that Shakespeare tried to convey through the play are all done through the characterization of his characters. Othello is predominantly a traditional Shakespearean tragedy s...

    Contributed on May 21, 2008
  • Name 5 (Or So) Important Events In The History Of...

    In the early 1800s, hospitals were squalid pits of disease where patients were as likely to die as to be cured. Yet the work of one woman brought about a dramatic change. Florence Nightingale was born to a wealthy family in 1820. But she did not want to lead an idle, pointless life. Instead, she dec...

    Contributed on May 11, 2006
  • Analysis Of What A Girl Wants

    The movie What A Girl Wants could be said to be a modern take on Pygmalion. It focuses mainly on the relationship of Daphne Reynolds and her parents. Because Daphne's dad was not in their lives, Daphne and her mother's relationship is very close. Although they are a single- parent family they could ...

    Contributed on August 14, 2004
  • Imaginative Journeys

    A wide expanse of limitless white. A stark, startling all encompassing white. A blinding and intimidating white. I stare down at it. Nothing comes to mind. How am I supposed to fill up this much emptiness? What is there for me to say that can fill up this gaping hole that masquerades as an A4 sheet ...

    Contributed on February 19, 2008
  • "are Traits Transmitted From Parents To Children Physical...

    Many aspects of human behavior are inherited, these traits can be either physical or cultural: simple features like eye color, and complex processes such as language, temperament, and aggression. Heredity and environment interact in complex ways. We may be genetically predisposed to learn from the ...

    Contributed on August 14, 2004
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