• Caselets 8th Ed Daft Management
    Licensed to: iChapters User Licensed to: iChapters User MANAGEMENT RICHARD L. DAFT Va n d e r b i l t U n i v e r s i t y Copyright 2008 Thomson Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Licensed to: iChapters User Copyrigh
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  • A Separate Peace; Chapter Summaries
    A Separate Peace; Chapter Summaries Chapter 1: The narrator (Gene) returns to the Devon School in New Hampshire, that he graduated from 15 years earlier. He goes to a certain tree and switches back to the past. Phineas dares everyone to jump from a branch in the tree into the river. Phineas, and Ge
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  • Hofstadter Chapter 1
    By: Audrey Hofstadter Summary: "The Founding Fathers: The Age of Realism" Summary of Section: I The reasoning behind the Constitution of the United States is presented as "based upon the philosophy of Hobbes and the religion of Calvin. It assumes the natural state of mankind in a state of war, a
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  • Great Expectations - Chapter Summaries
    Great Expectations Notes Chapter 1 Setting: early in the 1800s; Churchyard in tiny village east of London  Joe Gargey and her husband in the Marshes.  His parents died Pip- Phillip Pirrap- main character- 7 years old- Lives w/ sister Mrs. when he was younger  One time while v
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  • Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde - Chapter Summary
    <b>Chapter 1</b><br>The story begins with a description of Mr. Utterson, a lawyer in London. Mr. Utterson is a reserved, conservative man who does not reveal his true, vibrant personality. He tolerates the strangeness and faults of other. Early in his life, he watched as his brother fell to ruin, an
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  • Ethan from - Chapter Summary
    <b>PROLOGUE</b> <br>One thing that sets Ethan From apart from other novels is the way the story is told. Edith Wharton doesn't just start at the beginning and tell you what happens. Rather, she uses a narrator who knows no more about Ethan From than you do. <br> <br>The narrator, who remains namele
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  • Chapter Summary
    <b>Chapter One: The Sound of a Shell.</b><br>The first chapter concentrates on describing character personalities. Ralph, Piggy, Jack and the rest of the choir are introduced after Ralph blows the conch. The group elects Ralph, 'the chief' and they begin to establish rules and boundaries. Ralph, Jac
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  • Chapter 15 of the Book of John
    This chapter takes place in the upper room in Jerusalem. This was during the Passover feast, though some scholars say otherwise. Jesus was speaking only to the disciples. The first part of the chapter is devoted to the analogy of the vineyard and it's branches. The second part is talks about the fut
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  • Simon and Ralph Comparison at Chapter 3
    Golding portrays the different characters and those ideologies that accompany them with a strong contrast in writing style. To further understand this we must compare characters from his Nobel Prize winning novel, The Lord of the Flies. A good example of this is Jack who represents evil, described a
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  • Lord of the Flies: Chapter 8 Notes
    1. The conch being inexpertly blown and the fact that Piggy has only one lens shows that society has begun to function poorly. The reason for this decline in society is Jack. Jack broke Piggy's lens, and now Jack who has power, represented by the conch, does not know how to blow it properly. This te
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  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Chapter 25 Notes
    <b>Chapter 25</b> <br> <br>1. In this chapter, Maya and Bailey are introduced to the idea of being moved to California, this being because of Bailey's incident with a murdered black man. <br> <br>2.a) In this chapter Maya Angelou gives us some more insight on Mamma's character, she establishes the
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  • Animal Farm: Chapter by Chapter Review
    <ol><li>Old Major calls a meeting in the barn in which he speaks of the rebellion and animalism. <br> <br>When the writer put the meeting in the barn, he put all the characters in one place to tell you about all of them at the same time and he gave a place where he could give the book's undivided a
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  • A Walk in the Woods: Chapter 9
    Bill Bryson the author of the short story ¬ĎA Walk in the Woods' constructs the story in a certain way to try to get the reader to accept his attitudes and values about how dangerous and death defying Earl V. Shaffer and other's are in attempting to travel the trail. He uses the techniques of emotiv
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  • Brave New World - How Does Society Treat Death in Chapter 14?
    The Brave New World treated death much as they did birth, this was in contradiction to the way the savage felt death should be <br> <br>Death in the Brave New World is not important, it is simply something that happens to your body when it has got worn out. In chapter 14 the nurse thought that the s
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  • House on Mango Street, This Is a Report About the Chapter "Sire", in
    The House on Mango Street "Sire" As the chapter opens, the first impression of Sire is one of a James Dean type of character. Sire and his friends are just sitting on their bikes, pitching pennies, or in other words, gambling. Esperanza tells us that she is scared of them, which makes me won
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  • Contrasting Book One, Chapter One with Bokk Two, Chapter Two of Georg
    The differences in the tones of Book One, Chapter One and Book Two, Chapter Two in George Orwell's 1984 are striking. Chapter one has a more gloomy tone that Chapter Two. In Chapter One, the city, London, is described as, "look[ing] cold...wher little eddies of wind [are[ whirling dust and torn pa
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  • Scarlet Letter Chapter 5
    Chapter Five: Hester at Her Needle Summary Hester is released from prison and finds a cottage in the woods, near the outskirts of the city, to set up her new life. Hawthorne comments on the fact that she does not avail herself of the opportunity to escape to a new life without shame in some other
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  • Chapter 4 - Animal Farm
    The significance of the first two paragraphs in chapter four is that there are both good and bad results about the Rebellion. In the first paragraph it says that Snowball and Napoleon sent out flights of pigeons whose instruction where to mingle with the aniamls on neighbouring farms, tell them the
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  • Show How the Opening Chapter of "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens Is Effective in Arousing the Interest of the Reader
    During his early childhood Charles Dickens travelled Great Britain due to his father's job. H lived in mainly coastal towns as his father was a naval clerk and therefore became familiar with the scenes reflected in Great Expectations. Dickens has used memorable scenes and characters from his childho
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  • With Detailed Reference to Chapter 7 Discuss Bronte's Presentation of Mr. Brocklehurst
    With detailed reference to chapter 7 discuss Bronte's presentation of Mr. Brocklehurst Chapter seven sees Jane slightly more experienced to the ways of Lowood School. She has come to accept the poor conditions laid down by Mr. Brocklehurst, however has not yet learnt to ignore them and Bronte de
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