• Proposal Essay
    Overall: 83/100 B- // Cover letter 20/20 A Grammar and Spelling: 20/25 Passive voice throughout. Organization: 25/25 This is fine. Content: 15/25 You need to spend more time on the proposal, making a specific suggestion and explaining how it is realistic and will be helpful. Too much of your arg
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  • A Modest Proposal: Essay 6
    ‘If you ignore the historical content of A Modest Proposal you will misunderstand it.’ Discuss. When A Modest Proposal was published, or to give it’s full name "A Modest Proposal for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for
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  • A Modest Proposal: Essay 8
    In the nineteenth century, Ireland was marked by extensive personal suffering. Civilians, predominantly the catholic lower and middle-classes, were having a hard time finding jobs, paying rent, feeding their children, as well as putting up with overpopulation which contributed to the overall growin
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  • A Modest Proposal: Essay 7
    Take a stroll through one of our city's many extended care facilities and observe the copious numbers of elderly and infirm that litter the hallways and crowd the bedrooms, occupying valuable space and monopolizing and controlling the full-time attention of numerous highly-trained professionals. I
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  • Project Proposal
    Proposal Essay For this project, I chose to select the option of making an artist's book. I have always found the portrayal of written words and pictures quite fascinating. Some have each page carefully worked out with decorative motifs varying from page to page. Some have fancy covers or style
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  • A Modest Proposal: Satirical Essay Written and Published by Jonathan Swift in 1729
    “A Modest Proposal,” is a satirical essay written and published by Jonathan Swift in 1729. Swift was a Protestant, but he was also a native of Ireland, having been born in Dublin of English parents, and was one of the most satirical writers of his time. Swift believed that the population of Ca
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  • State of the Union Address Essay
    State of the Union Address Essay President Clinton has declared that "the enemy of our time is inaction," pledging to forge bipartisan agreements on a balanced budget and campaign finance reform within months, and to lead a "national crusade" to improve education by the turn of the century
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  • A Modest Proposal
    Have You Eaten Yet?: Swift's Final Solution 	As a lately favored eighteenth century essay, Jonathan Swift's "Proposal" has been canonized as a satirical model of wit. As will be discussed shortly, Swift's essay is often seen as an allegory for England's oppression of Ireland. Swift, h
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  • Swift Modest Proposal
    In his biting political satire called "A Modest Proposal," Johnathan Swift seeks to create empathy for the poor through his ironic portrayal of the children of Irish beggars as commodities that can be regulated and even eaten. He is able to poke fun at the dehumanization of the multitudes of poor p
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  • Carl Sagan and Swift's "A Modest Proposal"
    "Carl Sagan would be pleased. It is his The Demon-Haunted World that opens with a story concerning a taxi driver: The driver, once realizing it is Carl Sagan, "that scientist guy," in his cab's backseat, proceeds to bombard Sagan with questions about truly scientific issues in the vein of "channe
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  • Paper: a Modest Proposal
    March 20, 2000 Paper #3 Jonathan Swift in his essay, "A Modest Proposal" suggests a unique solution to the problem concerning poor children in Ireland. Swift uses several analytical techniques like statistics, induction, and testimony to persuade his readers. His idea is admirable because he
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  • Modest Proposal
    What Do you Think of This? In Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal," published in 1729, Swift engages in an extraordinary amount of irony and satire. Swift states that in order to reduce famine in Ireland and to solve the problems that they are having that eating children would be a good solution.
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  • Angela's Ashes Essay 10
    Context Angela's Ashes: A Memoir is Frank McCourt's acclaimed memoir. It charts the author's childhood from his infant years in Brooklyn, through his impoverished adolescence in Limerick, Ireland, to his return to America at the age of nineteen. First published in 1996, McCourt's memoir won the 1
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  • Macbeth Essay
    This essay earned a 89/100. it was a lot of work considering the lines from macbeth for textual support. Would you kill someone if it brought you power, and the ability to rule a country? Macbeth, one of the king's generals wanted the power. Macbeth does many things throughout till he ends up
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  • Zephaniah Essay
    Zephaniah Essay The book of Zephaniah contains messages of divine judgment against Judah and Jerusalem, as well as against other nations. It addresses a rare concentration of references to central issues in the history of ancient Israel. Idolatry, violence, and deception abound in Judah when Zephan
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  • A New Modest Proposal
    There is a growing problem in this country that divides many of our good citizens, and places them against one another. Every American will agree with me when I say that the issue of the death penalty has become so brutal that it has perhaps even surpassed the severity of the death penalty itself.
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  • Modest Proposal
    In "The Modest Proposal," Jonathon Swift, satirizes the incompetence of Ireland's politicians, the hypocrisy of the rich, the domination of the English, and the unpleasantneses in which he sees so many Irish people living. In fixing this problem in society, he proposes to sell Dublin's poor unfort
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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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  • Contract Essay
    CONTRACT LAW PRACTICE ESSAY 1 Gertie places a notice in the trade journal ‘Mung Monthly' saying that she would pay £2000 against a ‘wood nymph' Mung vase with its authenticity certificate. The question is to know whether Gertie's prop
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  • A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift
    A modest Proposal By Jonathan Swift In his essay Swift talks what living conditions were like in 18th century in Ireland and how woman were always seen in walking down the street with four, five or six children tagging along beside her. Instead of working women had to take care of all the ch
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