• Great Gatsby: Symbolism
    GREAT GATSBY: SYMBOLISM (Original Essay) The Great Gatsby is a classic American novel, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1927 about corruption, murder and life in the 1920's. The true purpose for a writer to compose any piece of literature is to entertain the reader, and this writer does this to
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  • Broken Dreams and Fallen Themes: the Corruption of the American Dream in the Great Gatsby
    Broken Dreams and Fallen Themes In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald employs the use of characters, themes, and symbolism to convey the idea of the American Dream and its corruption through the aspects of wealth, family, and status. In regards to wealth and success, Fitzgerald makes clear the growing
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  • The Crucible – Sample Essay on Playing Elizabeth Proctor
    GCSE Drama Mock Examination – The Crucible – sample essay on playing Elizabeth Proctor I am using the Heinemann edition of the text and I will be discussing how I would play the part of Elizabeth Proctor in the given scene. This scene is taken from Act Four, the final act of the play and the
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  • An Academic Essay Relating to George Orwell's View of Capital Punishment
    The audience gets a glimpse into the hanging of a Burmese prisoner in George Orwell's personal essay "A Hanging." He employs techniques, such as the use of simile and imagery, which are effective in appealing to the emotions of the reader. By reaching out to the audience in such a way, Orwell is abl
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  • Essay Analysis
    An Essay Analysis of Philip Longmans' "The Health of Nations" Philips Longman wrote an essay, "The Health of Nations," critically looking at the American health care system. He begins his essay with financial figures in the United States and Costa Rica and how much we spend on each person per ye
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  • Comparison and Contrast Essay
    Comparison and Contrast Essay Children under 5 vs. Dogs as Pets There are many couples that choose to own dogs as pets in lieu of having children. Dogs fill a void in the hearts of many as a small child may. A dog has a lot in common with a small child, except a baby turns into an adult and mo
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  • Mulitcultural Essay
    There are many people who come to the United States seeking a better life and better opportunities. A really good benefit for living in the United States is our schools. We provide the best education out there and there are many international students who would love to attend our colleges. For th
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  • Interview and Essay on Qawwali's
    In modern society, diversity among people is an admired quality, which many feel strengthens all of humanity. Diversity in today's world is a result of many cultures coming together to share and celebrate their various backgrounds. Music is one of the largest facets of culture worldwide, and therefo
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  • Shames Essay
    Shames Essay Consuming the American Frontier" The original settlers of this country were optimistic speculators. They hoped that America held the promise of a better life and the freedom to live the way they chose. Relocating your entire family to "The "New World" was a gamble. The trip itself
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  • 12th Night Love Essay
    Twelfth Night Essay. Title: Explore the different types of loves represented in Twelfth Night. If you ever wanted to investigate the different kinds of love there may be in existence, and try to define and understand how different love can be represented, then twelfth seems to be the ultimate
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  • The Great Gatsby: the Ragged Transition from Victorian "Self-Made"
    The definition of what it is to be a man is one of fluidity and contradiction. In Gail Bederman's essay "Remaking manhood through race and 'civilization'", she proposed that as the United States entered into the 20th century, the framework behind white manhood was challenged by the economy, women a
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  • John Reed Essay
    John Reed Essay John Reed description of the Russian Revolution is very detailed and to the point about the Russian Revolution. He first describes about the beginning of the Revolution, the causes of the Revolution. The next part that John Reed explains is the forming of all the new little polit
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  • Personal Essay
    Of all the forms of literature, the most interesting might be the fairytales, or the science fiction thriller about robots. However, there lacks the sense of truth, in a way blocking the reader from true connection with the story. Memoir is real, memoir is true, and memoir can range from any end o
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  • Albert Einstein Essay 6
    Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879 – April 18, 1955) was a theoretical physicist widely regarded as the most important scientist of the 20th century. He was the author of the special and general theory of relativity and made significant contributions to quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and c
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  • Aristotle - Essay 2
    People for the most part, are social beings who fill their lives with other people and name them friends. More often than not, we are always trying (or willing) to add new people to our group of friends. Books VIII and IX of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics focus exclusively on the issue of friends
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  • What Makes an Effective Leader in Today's World?
    Today's world is fraught with a multitude of complications and problems ranging from terrorism, which is set to wipe out scores of people, to environmental decay, which threatens to cause grave danger to the world itself in general. To handle such problems as amicably as possible, every country need
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  • Pride and Prejudice Essay
    This is an unrevised version of the essay. Sorry! I don't have another version. Sometimes at the moment of reading a novel, we can feel that the author reflects our own feelings; in fact, we can easily imagine our own life printed in the book. It is the case of Jane Austen's novels, in which sh
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  • Essay on Love... Romeo and Juliet
    Essay on Love Love has in incredible, indescribable power over humanity. No one can explain the reason it makes people act the way it does; at times leading those under its spell to take risks. The power of love can be both healing and destructive and in Romeo and Juliet's case, eventually end
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  • Comparison Essay
    Everyday millions of people lives are altered. Some may have to move to a foreign country, some may be diagnosed with a deadly disease, or maybe some just realize that all of the events in their everyday life are just too much. No matter what the situation may be, when people are uncomfortable and
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  • Feeding Behavior of Great White
    This essay will take a particular case study, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and attempt to provide a brief background on its history and forces of creation. The park impacts on human and non-human species alike will also be discussed. The latter part of this essay will focus on a few challenges t
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