• Aops
    relevant now as it ever was, perhaps more so. You may well be familiar with the name Dale Carnegie. Perhaps most famous for his classic book How To Win Friends And Influence People and has also produced courses and trained thousands in the art of public speaking. In association with J Berg Esenwein they...
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  • Doctor Faustus
    labours, plod I ne’er so fast. Enter GOOD ANGEL and EVIL ANGEL. GOOD ANGEL. O, Faustus, lay that damned book aside, And gaze not on it, lest it tempt thy soul, And heap God’s heavy wrath upon thy head! Read, read the Scriptures:—that is blasphemy. EVIL ANGEL. Go forward, Faustus, in that famous art Wherein...
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  • Summary of Mahabharat
    begins: test is to shoot five arrows through a mark. Names of those who will try. Tries at stringing bow. Karna is refused by Draupadi. Arjuna shoots and wins Draupadi. Monarchs rush at Drupada with rage. Arjuna and Bhima stand to protect him. Battle stops. Krishna quietens crowd. All five decide to wed Draupadi...
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  • Shakespear
    an inscrutable power, called by the name of Fortune or some other name -- a power which appears to smile on him for a little, and then on a sudden strikes him down in his pride.      Shakespeare's idea of the tragic fact is larger than this idea and goes beyond it but it includes it, and it is worthwhile...
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  • How Girls Rate Guys
    You will stick with a relationship as long as it's hot, but if things start to cool down, it won't be long before you hit the road. The ideal Aries soul mate may be someone who is never dull. 7 One must Know the rules when dealing with Aries 8 What you should do: ▪ Meet the Aries eye...
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  • Dejection: An Ode
    now the gust were swelling, And the slant night-shower driving loud and fast! Those sounds which oft have raised me, whilst they awed, And sent my soul abroad, Might now perhaps their wonted impulse give, Might startle this dull pain, and make it move and live! II A grief without a pang, void, dark...
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  • john donne
    toward this “one of the most accomplished and cultured ladies” of the seventeenth century. Her truth kills him, because he is deeply involved in her charm and personality. The most distinguishing feature of the poem is the atmosphere of somber desolation that pervades it. This cold, bleak and cheerless...
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  • Taj Mahal
    The white structure, actually nothing but a grave and yet so much more, stands unassumingly in spite of the yellowing pollution retaining a certain charm that takes my breath away. Introduction: . My favourite tourist spot is the most wonderstruck and amazing Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal, a dream carved...
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  • Personality Development
    CHAPTER IX--FORCE * CHAPTER X--FEELING AND ENTHUSIASM * CHAPTER XI--FLUENCY THROUGH PREPARATION * CHAPTER XII--THE VOICE * CHAPTER XIII--VOICE CHARM * CHAPTER XIV--DISTINCTNESS AND PRECISION OF UTTERANCE * CHAPTER XV--THE TRUTH ABOUT GESTURE * CHAPTER XVI--METHODS OF DELIVERY * CHAPTER XVII--THOUGHT...
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  • The Supernatural in Macbeth
    persons of both sexes, heedless of their own salvation and forsaking the catholic faith, give themselves over to devils and by their incantations, charms and conjurings, ruin and cause to perish the offspring of women, the foal of animals, the products of the earth (…). That they afflict and torture...
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  • The Character of Heroines of Sense and Sensibility
    strong longing for women’s rights and equality, clinging to protect the independent personal right, finally, Jane gets rid of the tradition model, but wins the love and happiness through her struggle and improvement. According to Charlotte’s rough experiences, she created a woman status like Jane who adopts...
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  • Phaedrus Plato Essay
    the breeze:-so very sweet; and there is a sound in the air shrill and summerlike which makes answer to the chorus of the cicadae. But the greatest charm of all is the grass, like a pillow gently sloping to the head. My dear Phaedrus, you have been an admirable guide. Phaedr. What an incomprehensible...
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  • Horace
    plainly gets the better of the judgment of the author.  However, with all its faults, I have no doubt but the English reader will be pleased with a sight of this performance.  The piety that reigns throughout, the lessons of virtue that are inculcated, and the rigid purity of the sentiments, exempt this...
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  • American Lit
    in gilded chariots, when alive, And love of ombre, after death survive. For when the Fair in all her pride expire, To their first elements their souls retire: The sprites of fiery termagants in flame Mount up, and take a Salamander's name. Soft yielding minds to water glide away, And sip, with...
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  • Hamlet 's Feminity
    E-mail: css@cscanada.org; caooc@hotmail.com Vol.5 No.5 2009 10/31/2009 Hamlet’s Femininity LA FÉMINITÉ DE HAMLET GUO De-yan1 Abstract: The charm of Hamlet over the centuries largely lies in Shakespeare’s subtle treatment of Hamlet, and many critics have interpreted Hamlet’s tragedy as a result...
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  • Self Relaince
    ESSAY II Self-Reliance I read the other day some verses written by an eminent painter which were original and not conventional. The soul always hears an admonition in such lines, let the subject be what it may. The sentiment they instill is of more value than any thought they may contain. To believe...
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  • Sonnets
    friend, you never can be old, 105 Let not my love be call’d idolatry, 106 When in the chronicle of wasted time 107 Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul 108 What’s in the brain that ink may character NUMERICAL FIRST-LINE INDEX SONNETS 109-120 109 O, never say that I was false of heart, 110 Alas...
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  • elizabeth
    in single blessedness. HERMIA So will I grow, so live, so die, my lord, Ere I will my virgin patent up Unto his lordship, whose unwished yoke My soul consents not to give sovereignty. THESEUS Take time to pause; and, by the next new moon-- The sealing-day betwixt my love and me, For everlasting...
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  • Dracula - Gothic Response
    understand how she feels in that fallen state, and thereby also understand her tragic end. She says to Adam, Thee I missed...The pain of absence from thy sight. But strange / Hath been the cause.” She not only feels the pain of separation, but she is also fully aware that she “Hath been the cause.” Even more...
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  • Othello
    21-22). "Siege" means "seat," and Othello means that members of his family have sat on thrones. His family is just as good as Brabantio's, and his own merits can speak on equal terms "to as proud a fortune / As this that I have reach'd" (1.2.23-24). And he loves Desdemona. For her he has given up some precious...
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