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  • Why Does The Chinese Government At The Start Of The 21St...

    To answer this question you would have to focus why the Chinese Government refuses to give its people democratic rights. The paradox in the question is why over the last 25 years state control over the Chinese economy has been relaxed but the CCP still holds its dictatorial grip over the country. Th...

    Contributed on October 15, 2004
  • World War 1 Poems By Wilfred Owen - A Comparison

    World War 1 poems by Wilfred Owen The pity of war, the pity war distilled. Wilfred Owen, 1918 Wilfred Owen wrote a draft for a war poem shortly after war broke out entitled 'the Ballad of Peace and War'. It is ironic because it greatly contrasts with his later work. It can explain the naivety of ...

    Contributed on October 15, 2004
  • Ghost Story - Creative Writing

    Ghost Story As a professor of seven years, I have heard many-a-tale, and been a fierce sceptic of such stories. However, when one experiences such things first-hand, he can truly appreciate the pain one goes through to get others to believe them. So I ask you to look upon this with an open mind, u...

    Contributed on October 13, 2004
  • What Role Do Love And Marriage Play In Romeo And Juliet?

    What role do love and marriage play in Romeo and Juliet? The play of Romeo and Juliet includes several different types of love known in the 1600s. Courtly love is the first example known in the play discovered by Romeo and his false love for Rosaline (today's equivalent could be a crush). It is ver...

    Contributed on October 13, 2004
  • The Crucible - What Is There About The Society Of Salem,...

    The Crucible - what is there about the society of Salem, which allows the girls stories to be believed? The edge of the wilderness was close by. The American continent stretched endlessly west, and it was full of mystery for them. It stood dark and threatening, over their shoulders night and day, f...

    Contributed on October 13, 2004

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