• The Crucible Essay
    naked girl having deals with witch craft and also having a person suspected of having a poppet. House of John and Elizabeth Proctor, Mary Warren arrives to the proctor’s house. Mary accused Elizabeth for having a poppet doll she made by hand, Along with Mary Abigail was there to. Elizabeth realizes...
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  • Robotics
    robotic dolls that act just like real babies would. Some specific examples of robots and the tasks they accomplish include: Roomba, is the first fully automatic floor cleaner. It uses intelligent navigation technology to automatically clean floor surfaces around the house. It is light weight and moves...
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  • The Earth is Spherical and Religion is Over
    believe that a different creator dictated a different book. Many Americans reading this would immediately think, "Yeah, those damned Muslims, blowing people up over religious differences," forgetting that a large percentage of Americans in the 1960's and 70's, mostly "Christian" at the time, had...
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  • Marketing and brands
    aimed at a lifestyle message, with heavy visitor traffic aimed at a young audience (which include both American Girl and House of Barbie)" ([40] Slade, 2011). Prior to this venture, Mattel had experience with some Barbie stores in Japan and Taiwan offering dolls and accessories, as well as adult...
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  • Both Nature and Nurture Influence Human Behaviour
    , but also that their personalities and characters are predetermined by family genetics. The dictionary also defines nurture as “bringing up, fostering care” which implies learning and training to regulate or correct behaviour and thinking. This essay will be presenting and evaluating the...
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  • Far From Feminism: A Doll's House
    Marlee M. Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”: Far Beyond Feminism First performed in Denmark of 1879, “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen shocked Europe with its controversially courageous ideas. Although the play undeniably paints a sympathetic salutation to the plight of women during the 18th and...
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  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt
    , though much of his energy went into social reform and protest. "The Doll" (1912), one of his few stories written after the early 1900's, was published in The Crisis, the official publication of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). In 1905 he published his final...
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  • fulla doll
    MAI Review, 2008, 2, Santa Cruz Report Fulla, the veiled Barbie: An analysis of cultural imperialism and agency Renée Terrebonne Abstract: Fulla is a doll that can be seen as a complicated figure of both Western and Eastern iconographies. This essay aims to disentangle the complexities of...
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  • Why the Smiths Are a Culturally Significant Band
    topping the charts in the early 80’s, and it seemed as though Britain were more than satiated with this over-the-top Synth Pop escapism. But ‘82 also saw the formation of what many devoted fans consider to be one of the 80s’ most culturally significant bands; The Smiths. In this essay I will...
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  • A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen
    Ma. Jennifer S. Yap Dr. Sherwin Perlas World Literature January 14, 2012 A Doll House by Henrik Ibsen Translated by Rolf Fjelde I. Introduction During the late nineteenth century, women were enslaved in their gender roles and certain restrictions were enforced on them by a male dominant...
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  • Analysis of "A Doll's House"
    triumph of individualism, the moment at which Nora really becomes herself, or is it a foolish, idealistic decision which is the beginning of the end of Nora's happiness? ABOUT A DOLLS HOUSE A more obvious importance of A Doll’s House is the feminist message that rocked the stages of Europe when...
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  • Defining the New Male Ideal
    has put men in a bubble, they are expected to be quiet about their feelings; although, many men are not as confident as they may appear. Many men have this idea that by a certain time they need to finish school, move away from their parents house, become financially independent, get married...
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  • A Doll's House Research Paper
    A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen, portrays a young married woman, Nora, who plays a dramatic role of deception and self-indulgence. The author creates a good understanding of a woman’s role by assuming Nora is an average housewife who does not work; her only job is to maintain the house and raise...
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  • George Bernard Shaw - Pygmalion
    Doll´s House. (enotes.com / Pygmalion Introduction) Shaw´s play Pygmalion illustrates the differences and tension between two classes – the upper and the working class. A basic belief in the 19th century was that when a person was born into a specific class (upper, middle, or working class), he or...
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  • Pippi Longstocking Women Studies
    Longstocking doll would market to all classes, Pippi is no ordinary girl- she has bright red pigtails, she can carry a horse with one hand, and she is not afraid of anything! She would need no accessories as she finds adventure in everything she does making pancakes, cleaning around the house, going to...
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  • East Winston: a Thriving Black Community
    houses to blacks, but it was not until the early 1940’s when a black man, bought a house in the white community that a rush to sell ensued. In 1941 Jasper Carpenter, was the first black that purchased a home in the white community near City Hospital. As a result, a mass exodus of the whites moved...
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  • Miss
    corresponds to the dolls view. Conclusion - At age 7, thinking is no longer egocentric as the child can see more than their own point of view. A short anecdote I had a close group of female friends at secondary school and used to go round their houses and meet their families. One day I was round one of...
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  • Essay
    Joshua Ojeda English 60 Amy Dickinson Dec 7, 2012 Child Consumerism The essay “Kid Kustomers” by Eric Schlosser talks about how children got sucked into the idea of consumerism. It all started in the 1980’s with parents wasting more money on their kids. Now companies such...
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  • ssdasd
    A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen Copyright Notice ©1998-2002; ©2002 by Gale Cengage. Gale is a division of Cengage Learning. Gale and Gale Cengage are trademarks used herein under license. For complete copyright information on these eNotes please visit: http://www.enotes.com/dolls-house...
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  • Compare and Contrast Essay
    live[s] a malevolent phantom” (Lee 9). Scout believes almost everything Jem says about Boo Radley. Such childish rumors allow Scout to believe how prejudice may get out of hand at such a fast pace. Exposing the falsity of such rumors leads Scout closer to reality. Boo Radley comes out of the house...
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