• A Caribbeanised English for a New Caribbean Voice
    brings attention to the her use of Creole through the glossary provided at the back of the novel, similar to Achebe’s glossary of Ibo words provided in his groundbreaking novel Things Fall Apart. The usage of Creole in speech is a ‘distortion’ of ‘proper’ English that is unique to everyday Caribbean...
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  • Canadian History
    . Explain the following crisis that happened during Laurier’s term Boer War: gold and diamond were discovered in Africa, and the British move into Cape Town. The French Canadians do not want to go help Britain along with the English Canadians. Laurier compromised by paying for volunteers to go over to...
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  • Henry V
    France. French nobility do not want to lose their kingdom so they fight back. Henry leads his troops and inspires them to continue the fight. After being defeated the French Army shows their ruthlessness by killing everyone that was left at the English camp. Henry cannot ignore this action...
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  • v for vendetta
    would become the Norsefire used this attack to lead a purging of ‘unwanted’ British citizens. Homosexuals, political opponents, Muslims, and many more were sent to concentration camps. The public was outraged by these attacks on their freedoms until another bio-weapon attack killed 80,000 English...
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  • Media Is a Benefit- Not Cause of Terorrism
    droves. The Gestapo is treating them very roughly nd transporting them in cattle cars to Westerbork, the big camp in Drenthe to which they’re sending all the Jews…if its bad in Hlolland, what must it be like in those faraway and uncivilized places where Germans are sending them? We assume that most...
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  • Speech to the Troops at Tilbury
    concord in the camp, and your valour in the field, we shall shortly have a famous victory over those enemies of my God, of my kingdom, and of my people. Second Version Another version of the speech was recorded in 1612 by William Leigh. His version reads: Come on now, my companions at arms, and fellow...
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  • Effective Ways to Improve English
    along to them, this can be a good way of understanding how sounds change in fast, natural, informal speech. Other than listen to songs ,Watch English movies with subtitles also is a good way of learning English. Not only to have a fun time watching the movie, we would be learning new words at the same...
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  • E E Cummings-Life and Work
    University. It was there at Harvard where he first published his poetry in 1912 in Harvard Monthly. Then, in 1915, cummings graduated Harvard as Magna cum Laude with a B.A. It was at his graduation where he gave his commencement speech, "The New Art." In 1916, cummings received an M.A. for...
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  • Sojourner Truth
    , also slaves on the Hardenbergh plantation. She spoke only Dutch until she was sold from her family around the age of nine. Because of the cruel treatment she suffered at the hands of a later master, she learned to speak English quickly, but had a Dutch accent for the rest of her life...
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  • German Resistance
    literary periodicals. Little by little the political parties were disappearing. The people were starting to understand that freedom of speech only went far with the Nazi party-concentration camps and prisons were starting to be used for the out spoken public. Through the entire verbal conflict...
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  • The Significance of Sarah, Jimmy and Doalty
    boisterous behaviour, he has links with the Donnelly twins who may be associated with more serious acts against the English soldiers (the horses found at the bottom of the cliff, the disappearance of Yolland and the fire at the camp). Under certain circumstances we could imagine Doalty...
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  • Japanese Canadian recompensation
    Liberal M.P from New Westminster, Thomas Reid said in his speech to the East Burnaby Liberal Association, “Take them back to Japan. They do not belong here, and here, and there is only one solution to the problem.” He added, “They cannot be assimilated as Canadians for no matter how long the...
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  • Agincourt
    army. The night before the attack Henry was faced with an army that was tired, sick, and had low morale. He "ordered complete silence through the camp in order to give his soldiers the ability to rest." (Henry V). This order of silence made the French think that the English army had retreated. The...
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  • light and the glory
    with England. In Congress there was much talk over whether the colonists should go to war with England or not. Although there were English friends at the convention Patrick Henry summed up the majority’s opinion with the end of an incredible speech which stated I know not what course others may...
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  • Henry V
    . These opening episodes prepare the mood for the battle, and for Henry's speech to the camp-a very different oration from the one before Harfleur. There is no talk of imitating the action of the tiger, no battle cries of "Harry, England, and St. George." The confidence expressed in this instance comes...
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  • Ebonics
    >Fisher, Julene E "Don't Be a Geek; Learn How Black English Has Enriched The Language" The Salt Lake Tribune MSN Internet (1996) p1<br><li>Lee, Felicia R "Lingering Conflict in the Schools: Black Dialect vs. Standard Speech," The New York Times. MSN Internet (1994)<br><li>Lewis, Brian C. " Black English...
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  • Uk Legal System
    :   English, R, Human Rights &amp; Public law update, 2008, http://www.1cor.com   Foster, S, Privacy: right to private sexual life-freedom of speech-press freedom-public right to know, 2008, Cov. L.J. 30   Harpwood, V, Modern Tort Law, 7th edition, Routledge Cavendish...
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  • Obasan
    “Obasan”- Joy Kogawa -Narrator is not named in this story, but in the novel she is named Naomi. -Using literature as an instrument of social perspective. -Persons of Japanese origin property sold, and were sent to live in internment camps on the coast of B.C. and interior Alberta (Work in sugar...
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  • Elizabeth I - Speech to the Troops at Tilbury (1588)
    text of this speech was found in a letter from Leonel Sharp (chaplain to Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, present at Tilbury camp that day) sometime after 1624 to the duke of Buckingham. The Author. Queen Elizabeth was born in Greenwich Palace on September 7, 1533. She died on March 24, 1603, of...
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  • J. Galsworthy. the Broken Boot
    A Sample of Complex Stylistic Analysis J. Galsworthy. The Broken Boot (E.M. Zeltin et. Al. English Graduation Course, 1972, pp.88-89: finishing with the words ".. .walked side by side.") Text Interpretation The passage under analysis is taken from John Galsworthy's story "The Broken...
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