• Erikson's Developmental Theory Apllied to the Novel "Little Women"
    INTRODUCTION ~“The only constant thing in life is change”~, François de la Rochfoucald.(year unknown) As we mature in age and become older we may notice changes in our personality and our perception of the world around us. Throughout our course of life we change as individuals, we develo...
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  • Feminism in Anne Tyler's Novel
    Feminism is advocacy of women’s rights movement fighting for equality in political, economic and social fields and for the advancement and emancipation of women. The main focus of feminism is on women's issues but it sometimes extends to men's liberation because it emphasizes on gender equality....
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  • “…You Walk by the Color Purple in a Field Somewhere…”(198): the Effect of Symbolism to Portray Thematic Concepts in Alice Walker's Novel, the Color Purple
    A symbol of freedom and liberty, individuality yet togetherness; the American Flag has presented an image of America for decades. Ever since Francis Scott Key wrote his poem about the “broad stripes and bright stars,” the United States of America has been marked with this simple, yet lucid icon...
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  • Concepts of Marketing in Bd
    Executive summary The word “Business” has its unique identity. Marketing execute a vital role in achieving the ultimate goal of business organization-profit maximization. Different companies follow different strategies and concepts of marketing according to their selected target market and cu...
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  • Deception Is Used to Gain Power
    Power can change people in a way that is incomprehensible. Power can make one so greedy that they will do anything for it and won’t let anyone, or thing stand in their way. In William Shakespeare’s tragic play, Macbeth, characterization is used to show that looks are deceiving when power is inv...
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  • 'of Mice and Men'. How Does Steinbeck Present Curley’s Wife to the Reader? What Is Her Importance in the Novel?
    Of Mice and Men- Curley’s wife. How does Steinbeck present Curley’s wife to the reader? What is her importance in the novel? In order to discuss how Steinbeck presents Curley’s wife to the reader one would determine that many readers would interpret her character and importance in many d...
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  • Effectively Marketing a Used Car Dealership
    Effectively Marketing a Used Car Dealership: Positioning Valley Motors for Continued Success A Marketing Plan for Valley Motors Company Marci LaRue Fisher University of Denver University College Capstone Project for Master of Professional Studies in Applied Communication, Public Relations and Mar...
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  • Melanie Klein's Concepts
    Running head: Melanie Klein Melanie Klein’s Concepts As it relates to Infant Attachment By Donna Bey Academic Affliation Abstract This paper will discuss the object relation theory. It will discuss infant attachment from a human drive and motivation perspective. It will focus on the...
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  • Chad's Creative Concepts
    Chad’s Creative Concepts Chad’s Creative Concepts was started as a very small custom made furniture shop by Chad Thomas in Sandusky, Ohio and quickly developed a solid reputation for creative designs and high-quality workmanship. The small company’s budding reputation caused demand to rapidly...
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  • Examine the Gothic Elements in the Novel Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë
    Examine the Gothic Elements in the Novel Wuthering Heights, by Emily Brontë Gothic literature originated and was very strong at the time of the Romantic Writers Movement. They were very popular and had authors such as Horace Walpole who wrote “The Castle of Oranto”, and novels such as “Fr...
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  • Feminism in Red Dog Red Dog
    State of Feminism in Red Dog Red Dog Throughout history women have struggled and strived to gain equality and rights. In Patrick Lanes Red Dog Red Dog, lack of respect and mistreatment of women was obviously apparent; however, history and lack of authority left society believing that a woman...
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  • Joy Luck Club Novel vs Movie
    The Joy Luck Club; an intriguing novel and movie about the hardships about being a Chinese immigrant to America soon after the immigration ban was lifted. A challenging story that forced the reader to try to understand that certain customs and traditions that were seen as 'usual' can be very...
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  • Feminism in Hamlet
    “Feminist Criticism and Its Integration in Hamlet” In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, many controversies arose from the text, one of which was feminism. Feminism in the most general of terms is known as the principle advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to...
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  • Explain the Importance of the Outsider in the Novel ‘of Mice and Men’
    Explain the importance of the outsider in the novel ‘Of Mice and Men’ An outsider is someone who is not accepted or is isolated from society. ‘Of Mice and Men’ is set in the 1930’s, where society considered many people as outsiders. During this period, many people were racist, sexist a...
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  • Journeys Comparative Essay- Into the Wild(Film)/1984(Novel)
    Q: We compare texts because by looking at one it casts light on the other. How has the study of your two texts in journeys been furthered in this way? Journeys allow us to encounter transitions from place to place whether it is physical, mental or emotional. Comparative texts cast light on one an...
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  • How Does Steinbeck Present Curley’s Wife in “of Mice and Men”? Discuss Her Significance in the Novel.
    In the novel “Of Mice and Men” John Steinbeck tells a story of dreams, hopes and loneliness. We are introduced to a majorly significant and complex Character, named Curley’s wife. Steinbeck shows us that Curley’s wife is flirtatious, mischievous but most of all an isolated character. She pla...
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  • Marketing Concepts - Marks and Spencers
    Introduction Per Una believe they “deliver high quality style for the modern woman.” This objective drives the company resulting in a turnover of more than £423.5 million in 2006/2007. Per Una was detrimental to the revival of Marks and Spencer and it accounted for one quarter of their tota...
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  • Feminism in 'Mrs. Dalloway'
    Feminism in Mrs. Dalloway Virginia Woolf is one of the greatest writers whose works reflect her philosophy of life and identification of women. She grew up with an intense interest in the feminist question, and her novels hold the key to the meaning of life and the position of women in the existing...
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  • What Does the Opening Chapter of the Mayor of Casterbridge Reveal to Us About the Characters, Issues to Come in the Novel and Hardy's Style?
    come in the novel and Hardy's style? In the first chapter of the Mayor of Casterbridge, the main characters are introduced to us from the outset (a young family with a small child approaching the village of Weydon-Priors,) with the opening line informing the reader immediately of fundamental char...
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  • Indian English Novel
    The Indian English novel evolved as a subaltern consciousness; as a reaction to break away from the colonial literature. Hence the post colonial literature in India witnessed a revolution against the idiom which the colonial writers followed. Gradually the Indian English authors began employing the...
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