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07 Sep 2016

John Keats's Cold Eve of St. Agnes

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

"The Eve of St. Agnes" is a poem that begins and ends in the cold. The story that forms the bulk of the text, and its most memorable elements, includes more dramatic and traditional narrative forms: entrance, conflict, and exit. However, Keats does not choose to include these narrative elements...

07 Sep 2016

Ode on a Grecian Urn - John Keats - Escaping the realities of time through immortality

Case study - 1 pages - Literature

When we analyze human affairs and relationships, there is a constraint that we understand all too well: time. Regardless of the significance of the action that is taking place, without a doubt, it all eventually comes to an end. In his poem "Ode on a Grecian Urn", John Keats escapes this...

10 Sep 2015

Moon on a rainbow shawl - John Errol

Case study - 7 pages - Literature

Moon on a Rainbow Shawl is a play in 3 acts that was written by Trinidadian playwright together with John Errol the actor. It was for the first time published in 1958. It was described as a break through within Britain for writing of the blacks as well as ground-breaking. It has been reproduced...

10 Jun 2015

A Battle amongst our Own

Case study - 8 pages - Literature

Every day, in the United States, new members of the military are introduced to vigorous training that's designed to prepare them physically and mentally for their awaiting battles. One thing that these military training academies have failed to prepare service members for in the past, continues...

10 Jun 2015

Urban development of the Hellenistic city, period of the Athenian domination and the imperial city

Case study - 5 pages - Literature

In 167 BC, the Roman Senate decided the new status of Delos, which becomes free port, and the pound to the Athenians that cover their domination as they reconvoitaient. At that time, the Athenians settlers soon settled on the island. The population growth is such that the urban area expands in...

10 Jun 2015

Protogeometric Epoque era and Geometric era(tenth century - eighth century BC)

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

In the Geometric period, the city developed considerably, new neighborhoods are created, such as the future of the theater district, for example, probably to meet the needs of a growing population again, also in the north, a new neighborhood is built beyond the sacred lake and bordering the...

13 May 2015

Hemingway Explained

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

A Clean, Well-lighted Place is part of the short stories written by Hemingway. The story is about three men who are in their stages of their lives; one young waiter, one old waiter and a customer who is old. The old man, customer, is living in a state of despair and has attempted to commit...

13 May 2015

The last supper

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

In the renaissance, there was a big influence of region on arts as with all aspects of life at the time. The best artists in the renaissance, such as Da Vinci and Michelangelo, worked on pieces that had a bearing on religion. The last supper, a meal divided up by Jesus and his disciples, was a...

08 Apr 2015

Maria Concepcion Related to Christian Values

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

Maria Conception as a narrative may make the person who reads to question her/his own intellect of morality. The narrative goes that Maria gets wedded to Juan Villegas; it is a Christian marriage and therefore happens at a church, in their native Mexico. This is a very rare happening,...

08 Apr 2015

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society: psychoanalytical, character of Juliet Ashton

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society is a letter based novel written jointly by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrow. It tells the narrative of Juliet Ashton, a youthful English author and a collection of readers on Guernsey, a Channel Islands inhabited by German forces during war. Various...

07 Apr 2015

An Analysis of George Stigler criticism of Adam Smith

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

In a fluent way of manifesting the criticisms economists have on Adam Smith, George Stigler classifies Adam's notion on wealth based on self interest. In a nutshell, self interest creates a provision for a substantial foundation on the notion that was developed on nations' wealth. To add to that,...

26 Mar 2015

Critique of Romantic Love

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

To love someone includes idealizing the person and perceiving uniqueness of the person. In fact, the desire associated with romantic love is often a function of the perceived uniqueness of the loved person. For example, romantic love includes exclusive dating and copulation; these activities...

24 Mar 2015

Charles Peirce's "The Doctrine of Necessity Examined"

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Against absolute chance is inconceivable' is the third argument examined by Charles S. Peirce in “The Doctrine of Necessity Examined”. Necessitarianism or Determinism is a principle that refuses all simple possibility, and affirms that there is exactly a single way in which the...

23 Mar 2015

The centurion of Capernaum- Synopsis of the Four Gospels

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The centurion of Capernaum is a story of a man who was highly regarded in Capernaum who went to Christ Jesus to request him to heal his servant who was sick and also of a leprous man who received healing. (Mathew 8:5-13, Mark 1: 40-45, Luke 5:12-16, 7:1-18). On the other hand, the story of...

13 Mar 2015

Agape in 1 John 2:19-20 NRSV

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The word ‘agape' is best used to describe sacrificial, selfless, unconditional love, which has all these four types of love best described in the Bible. The word has various forms of love found in the Greek community, some are found in the Bible. However, this word is used to describe the...

12 Mar 2015

An illustration of the divine comedy revealing the romantic vision and clean eccentricity Blake - The Divine Comedy of Dante - William Blake (1824-1827

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The Divine Comedy is a poem of Dante Alighieri written in triplets chained to hendecasyllables in vernacular Florentine . It is divided into three parts : Hell, Purgatory and Paradise, each with 33 chants. Dante began his writing in 1307 in Florence. Dante has the impression...

12 Mar 2015

Methodology Philosophy Essay

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

A philosophy essay is a properly philosophical exercise from the time when the thought is able, through a critical work on itself, by distancing, to examine his habits of thought. Public opinion, this is not what you give is what one asks. It only gives the for questioning. It is to move from a...

12 Mar 2015

The Divine Comedy of Dante -William Blake (1824-1827)

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

William Blake is a multifaceted artist. As a poet, painter and engraver, he was born in 1757 and died in 1827, having been able to complete these illustrations of the Divine Comedy of Dante. During his lifetime, he was appreciated and supported by those brothers and a few patrons such Linell or...

10 Mar 2015

Language and Literacy - Malcolm X, GloriaAnzaldúa, and Barbara Mellix

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

Malcolm X, GloriaAnzaldúa, and Barbara Mellix in their writings express their understanding of the significance and power of language. They explain how language facilitates and strengthens an individual's identity and helps one view himself or herself in a new way. In her essay, Gloria describes...

09 Mar 2015

Gothic Elements in Beloved

Case study - 5 pages - Literature

The book of Beloved depicts many aspects of African-American slavery such as violence; the tragedy of black people; the brutality of slavery, etc, and these are represented through many elements like scriptures from the bible, fantastic and gothic elements. Morrison's use of gothic elements...

09 Mar 2015

Decolonizing the Language Garden: Narratives of Exploration and Acquisition in Jamaica Kincaid's Garden Writing

Case study - 12 pages - Literature

While acknowledging their problematic nature, postcolonial writer Jamaica Kincaid maintains a predilection for explorer narratives. Between her two most exploratory and garden-related works, My Garden (Book): and Among Flowers: A Walk in the Himalayas, she refers to at least ten such narratives,...

09 Mar 2015

Are You Randy? Double Entendres as Fictional Names

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

From the Bond girls called Pussy Galore and Xenia Onatopp, to Master Bates of Dickens' Oliver Twist, there is no lack of double entendres in modern or classic fiction, and analysis shows that they fall into two distinct categories: overtly erotic and didactic. How and why each author, playwright,...

27 Feb 2015

Classification of social practices semiotics

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

To Mukarovsky, which basically sets the literary text of any other text is what he called the aesthetic function. He said something like this: Every object or action, including the language, you can assign a practical function - utilitarian for instruments, communicative for...

19 Feb 2015

International Relation - Winston Churchill Speech, Roosevelt, and the Global History

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

“The Sinews of Peace”, was the heading of a speech given by Winston Churchill. In the audience there was the noticeable presence of President McClure. It was one of his supreme speeches, Iron Curtain, given by him as a British prime minister (Reynolds, 2006, pp. 250-252). The...

18 Feb 2015

Response Essay to Middlemarch by George Eliot

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The novel Middlemarch by George Eliot is primarily a Victorian novel but incorporates features of modern novels. Eliot, in his works, portrays the hatred for women novelists. In those eras, women were confined to writing the stereotypical fantasies of the conventional romance fiction. The main...

15 Feb 2015

"The spiritual in art" of Wassily Kandinsky

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

Wassily Kandinsky is, for many, the inventor of abstract art, that is, the man who abolished the object. The elimination of the figurative was for him a combat several years and does not unfold in the area of the formal or aesthetic, but concretely. The larger exterior differences do not exclude...

13 Feb 2015

Intelligent decision support system for E-learning- with novel algorithm

Case study - 7 pages - Literature

More and more digital learning resources are available online through various learning management systems; this has made it a challenging task for learning institutions to choose the appropriate learning management system that will enable its achieve its goals as well the learning goals of its...

01 Feb 2015

Eva Maria Duarte

Case study - 5 pages - Literature

Eva Duarte was born on May 7, 1919, and was the daughter of Juan Duarte and Juana Ibarguren, she was the fifth daughter of an adulterous affair, when he was born, the wife of his father was still alive, was the youngest daughter after four brothers: Elisa, Blanca, Juan and Ermelinda. His mother...

01 Feb 2015

Eva Peron in Europa

Case study - 5 pages - Literature

In the first term of Peron, we see that Argentina had good relations with Europe, being the largest exporter of wheat and meat, because after the war European countries were devastated. The United States also maintained good trade ties, and even Spain, even fascist, was dependent on Argentina and...

01 Feb 2015

Argentina and Eva Perón

Case study - 7 pages - Literature

By analyzing populism in Latin America, we always come across charismatic presidents who conquered their constituents mainly by the ability to attract them with their acts demagogic and give them the idea that all they were making had been given and not a right to truth. The history of...