• A Not so Swift Proposal
    can see, taste, smell your mothers best food that she makes for each of these descriptive words, but then he throws in the fact that it’s a year old, healthy child which is cooking. This unthinkable action of eating babies is gut-wrenching and should definitely throw up red flags to the reader saying...
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  • Rhetorical Notes on "A Modest Proposal"
    this satirical proposal to "prevent the children of poor people in Ireland from being a burden to their parents or the country" and to make them "beneficial to the public". Johnathan begins this proposal with a paragraph using violent and negative diction, using words such as "beg", "forced", "fight"...
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  • Marcus
    give a more objective picture of the father. b. The mother would play a bigger role in the story. c. The story would have more descriptive details and more dialogue. d. It would be harder to understand the son’s feelings. 3. What can you infer about the son’s motivation...
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  • Portfolio of Business Writing
    body of the direct mail called a “chain”. The body can involve the reader emotionally. It also answers the readers’ questions which can come as a paragraph characterizing about the product. The conclusion usually is a summary of the sales letter and it is called a “knot”. This knot tells the reader...
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  • Ortion Justified by Circumstance
    killed another human being. An abortion is a procedure that ends a woman’s pregnancy prematurely by surgically removing the fetus or embryo from the uterus. There are two arguments behind this issue. There are many groups of people that see abortion as killing another human being. Today, many people suffer...
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  • Full Stop, Why Apes Look Like People and the Escape
    "Why Apes Look Like People" and "The Escape".</b></center> <br> <br>A captivating opening is half the success for any story. The opening may be descriptive, full of sarcasm, unusual or exciting. It is the same with the opening tune to a song. Besides memorable lyrics and a beautiful melody, the friendly...
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  • Gender norms and children's reasoning
    Jimmy’s Baby Doll and Jenny’s Truck: Young Children’s Reasoning About Gender Norms. Ian McEwan is his book The Cement Garden writes “Girls can wear jeans and cut their hair short and wear shirts and boots because it's okay to be a boy; for girls it's like promotion. But for a boy to look like a girl...
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  • A Stylistics Analysis of Sons and Lovers
    analysis 三.Body: 1. Brief account of the author of the passage David Herbert Lawrence is one of the major novelists of the English tradition He was born at Eastwood, England, in 1885, the fourth child of a collier father and a genteel mother. The first important period of his life ended with the death...
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  • The Effects of Cocaine/Crack on Babies: What Should We Really Believe?
    The Effects of Cocaine/Crack on Babies: What Should We Really Believe? There are many things in life that we learn and know without a doubt that it is valid due to irrefutable scientific research and repeated outcomes. Then, there are things that are taught to us that really don’t make much sense...
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  • Noughts Essay
    concentrating on N.B. Try to avoid common introduction clichés, such as ‘A play I have read in class is…’ or ‘In this essay I am going to…’ Paragraph 2 – Brief Summary Outline briefly the world created in the play and the key events which happen to the main characters. Some of the key points to...
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  • The Essay
    a piece of writing several paragraphs long instead of just one or two paragraphs. It is written about one topic, just as a paragraph is. However, the topic of an essay is too complex to discuss in one paragraph. Therefore, you must divide the topic into several paragraphs, one for each major point. Then...
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  • Floating
    the back of the house. It was a baby….she had been crying for two days straight and had survived,” (Brennan 302). Reading this quote the reader can make the assumption that there is a sense of rejection in the story and also that the narrator had been rejecting the baby for a while. She states, “she had...
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  • Definition
    Definition Paragraph My children have taught me the true meaning of parenthood. When I found out that I was expecting my daughter it change my life forever. Before then I use to hang out with friends all day long, every day of the week, without a care in the world. My daughter was born on Nov...
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  • cause and effect with corrections
    8:00-9:15] Prof. Gatz 10/1/2010 [P3, Cause or Effect] see all my notes in bold Shy State of Mind Introductory Paragraph: In cultures that value outspokenness and overt confidence, shyness can be perceived as weakness. To a heartless observer, a shy individual may be...
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  • Personal Reflection
    I never did before. 859 words Exercise • Work out a rough paragraph plan for the essay above • Mark all the sentences which include reflective comments (as opposed to descriptive or narrative) • There are one or two fairly humorous observations in this otherwise serious...
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  • A Modest Proposal Analysis
     I Like My Baby-Back Ribs Eating babies—an idea frowned upon by most societies, but suggested by Jonathan Swift in his satirical essay called “A Modest Proposal” in which he argued that in order to prevent “the children of the poor in Ireland from being a burden to their parents”, they should be...
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  • Love It
    * 4 stanzas * 4 words in each stanza * 1 speaker (does not appear to be speaking to anybody in particular) * “glazed” stanza 3 very descriptive * 2 color describing words separated by 1 stanza in stanzas 2 &amp; 4 * Grammar appears to be off (could use a couple commas) Interpretation ...
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  • Abortion
    would argue in support of Thomson and claim that we should be take a critical approach by being more considerate to extreme cases like rape, life-endangering situations, and acute disabilities detected in the baby. This in opposition to Mykitiuk’s claim is significant as its takes a critical approach to...
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  • Critique of Ralph Ellison's Battle Royal
    Capital V. (Paragraph 7) The American flag symbolizes this all American notion about white women in America. She represents everything that is pure and beautiful. The woman represents the good in America. 2) Blindfolded. I could no longer control my emotions. I had no dignity. (Paragraph 16) This symbolizes...
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  • English
    2013 Joanne O’ Riordan Question A 1. .. i. I agree with the statement that this story is epic. It is conveyed in paragraph one where we are told the story of Jason’s adventures. Paragraph one is informative, humorous and paints a picture of the heroes in Ancient Greece. It is informative because it tells...
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