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04 Sep 2014

Analysis of the Farming of Bones in Haiti by Baker, Kathleen- Reign of Dictator Rafael

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

Although simply written in an easily understood narrative tone, “The Farming of Bones” holds numerous connotations portraying the heightened spite experienced by Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic at the Reign of Dictator Rafael. The heightened tension between the two...

03 Sep 2014

Kafka on the Shore

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Surviving in the modern civilization and being “chased by the storm” is the main challenge of today's young people. The boy named Crow is a central character of the “Kafka on the Shore”, and it is evident that the author has used recent ideology to build up the narratives and...

03 Sep 2014

Does the law of the sea provide a suitable framework for the regulation of marine genetic resources?

Case study - 14 pages - Literature

There are many challenges of marine engineering at the moment, and the industry is lacking the general ruling, law and indicators to work out a universal regulation, applied to all seas, oceans, including the territories of different countries. There have been many conferences held, and the...

02 Sep 2014

Romantic period in America/Romanticism

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The Romanticism or Romantic Period began in Germany spread to England and France, where it arrived in the U.S at around 1820. The Romantics underrated the significance of individual's expressive art, as well as, that of the society. Romanticism fosters nature's rewards, values emotion more than...

27 Aug 2014

The Theme of Heroes vs. Villains in Films, good against evil

Case study - 6 pages - Literature

Film is an art and form of mass communication with the power to motivate and emotionally move the viewer. Films focus on humankind as a reflection of the social reality in a given era (Meynendonckx 11). What makes the film more memorable such that hours, days or even many years later it still...

27 Aug 2014

The dangers of blindly following traditions, Cooray Mark

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

Each society has a conventional way of life. Traditions are a part of society and hence the need to pass them on to generations (Cooley). They give the community a unique identity because they have a symbolic meaning with significant importance. The essence of traditions is to ensure that the...

26 Aug 2014

Alexander the Great

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

The performance of Alexander as strategists brings a rear insight of the best practices and set high standards against the judgment to be followed. Alexander as a young Macedonian king successfully revealed adroitness with all the grand strategic tools, against a number of foes in different...

25 Aug 2014

Book Review-Comparison between "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson and "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

On June 27, the residents of a small village come together so as to carry out a paramount tradition. This involves congregating at the square for the annual town lottery and in close comparison are other towns where this celebration takes a longer period of time. However, in this village there...

25 Aug 2014

A Close Reading of Flight by Patterns by Sherman Alexei

Book review - 2 pages - Literature

Flight Patterns is a short story written by Sherman Alexei; I selected this story because it captures and discusses the issues affecting the current American society in a unique writing style that captivates the reader. Sherman brings into light the socio-political issues affecting the society in...

23 Aug 2014

An analysis of media effect in White Noise by Don DeLillo

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

White Noise by Don DeLillo is a book that addresses the intense influence of the media on modern lifestyles. The influential characters in the book include Jack Gladney, Babette Gladney and Murray Jay Siskind. Other characters include Jack's four children, Wilder, Denise, Steffie and Heinrich,...

22 Aug 2014

Dead Men's Path - Short Story Analysis

Case study - 1 pages - Literature

In the short story “Dead Man's Path”, the protagonist gets a chance on a silver platter to work towards the fulfillment of his dreams. However, not every character in the story sides with his plan to transform the “world” starting with position as headmaster in Ndume Central...

21 Aug 2014

Holmes Rolston versus Robin Attfield ideas

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

One UN Declaration of Universal Human Rights (1948) state: "All States and all people shall cooperate in the essential task of eradicating poverty as an indispensable requirement." Holmes argues that it is sometimes good to let people die in order to serve the nature. He argues that food should...

21 Aug 2014

To Her Book written by Anne Bradstreet

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

In the poems, the author To Her Book written by Anne Bradstreet and Theme for English B, by Langston Hughes, the authors present their views about writing. This is done also through writing which is an effective medium of communication to the public. Their ideas require a critical understanding...

21 Aug 2014

Gideon Trumpet by Anthony Lewis

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The book Gideon Trumpet, written by the author Anthony Lewis purposes at clarifying the fact that criminal defendants have the right to a representation by an attorney even if they cannot afford the costs. Therefore, according to Lewis, the court becomes directly obliged to incur the...

21 Aug 2014

Poetry Interpretation Paper

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The persona of the poem January is Baron Wormser. Being a poet, Baron writes from a perceptive entirely diverse from his own. In the poem, he takes the voice and actions of the machine controller or driver. From the first paragraph, he says, “he tried to tease the old Chev into...

19 Aug 2014

Book review: American Africans in Ghana: Black era Expatriates and the legal civil Rights Era

Book review - 3 pages - Literature

The book; American African in Ghana was written Kevin Gaines and published by Chapel Hill publishers, at the University of North Carolina. The book emphasizes on the interconnections between the African studies and African American studies by introducing, in its broad chapters the context of...

13 Aug 2014

A different mirror- book review

Book review - 2 pages - Literature

The historical mirror can guide the living, helping them realize their past and present being. The book ‘a different mirror' presents a view of America's many cultures through the eyes of the minority who migrated to America aiming at getting a better life, the immigrants later got short...

12 Aug 2014

Sir Gawain and Green Knight review: The Relationship between Mankind and the Divine

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

In the Bible, the holy Christian book, there are vivid descriptions of God and his values. These values are divine and holy, and men always try to replicate them. In the book Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, there are demonstrations of similar values and their effects on humanity. This paper will...

30 Jul 2014

Compare and Contrast the Epic Hero in Beowulf And Gilgamesh

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Epic heroes are heroes known in legends and stories for their warrior characters and their fight to uphold their societies in times of war. Many tribes have legends with epic heroes. These heroes arise when the community is in hard times, and they lead the community in war to grant them victory....

30 Jul 2014

Moss and McAdams Accounting Firm

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

A matrix organization is out of character because it joins managers and employees from distinct departments with an aim of working towards achieving a common goal. Therefore, a matrix structure refers to a blending of the divisional and functional structures. The functional separates each...

30 Jul 2014

"The Handmaid's Tale" by Atwood and "The Pickup" by Nadine Gordimer

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Imagine living in a society setting where signs painted in red reads, “this is a warning against women who fail to wear makeup and head scarves. Any woman who violates this is liable for punishment. God is the witness, and this is a warning.” In addition, the same society includes the...

30 Jul 2014

A Valediction forbidding Mourning: Analytical review

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Poems, since time immemorial have a significant impact on the evolution of English literature. A famous poet is John Donne. He wrote a metaphysical poem, “A valediction forbidding mourning”, in the early seventeenth century. Speculations are that he composed it for Anne More, his wife,...

28 Jul 2014

Forgiving my Father: Poem analysis

Case study - 1 pages - Literature

The poem “forgiving my father” portrays a relationship between the persona and her parents. The persona is willing to forgive her father after his financial irresponsibility and emotional abuse. The persona is angry at both her parents. She is angry at her father because he abuses her...

28 Jul 2014

The book, 'The Shallows: What the Internet is doing to our Brains.'

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

The book, ‘The Shallows: What the Internet is doing to our Brains' by Nicholas Carr's taps into the anxiety of identifying what the internet is doing to us. The book instigates by Carr sharing his feeling just like other people claiming that he can no longer think as he did before evidenced...

25 Jul 2014

'The Monk and the Riddle' by Randy Komisar

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

The book, ‘The Monk and the Riddle' by Randy Komisar draws insights about entrepreneurs from the writer's experience. Komisar presents advice and certain must dos' for anyone wishing to develop a successful business venture. His story is developed with interesting characters who must find...

25 Jul 2014

Use of Voice in "More Rivers to cross"

Case study - 2 pages - Literature

Many Rivers to Cross is a speech that June Jordan makes at a conference known as ‘women and work.' In it is part of her autobiography which she gives to show how many rivers she has to cross in her life. She starts the essay with her mother's suicide at a time when she was struggling...

16 Jul 2014

Harold Kushner, God and Evil

Case study - 6 pages - Literature

Many religious authors have asked the question Kushner (2002) does in his book: “Why do the Righteous Suffer?” The easy answer provided by the author in the first chapter is that “God does not cause our misfortunes. Some are caused by bad luck. Some are caused by bad people, and...

16 Jul 2014

The Truth About Keats' Grecian Urn

Case study - 4 pages - Literature

In Sidney's A Defense on Poesy, poetry is “an art of imitation.” Granted, Sidney's definition does imply poetry serving as a mirror to a reality, and to imitate is to replicate something in closest form, in mimesis. To simply strike the possibility of poetry stemming from any sort of...

16 Jul 2014

Modernism Alone Can Sustain Man's Interest in Literature

Case study - 3 pages - Literature

Literature is an indispensable ingredient of man's education. In other words man cannot totally avoid literature so it cannot make its way into his education. Yet not many are ready to taste the nectar pouring from literary masterpieces. As a matter of fact most literary...

10 Jul 2014

The Problem of Evil

Case study - 5 pages - Literature

The presence of evil, pain and suffering in the world poses a philosophical threat to the existence of God and is the most persistent argument raised against one's belief. This problem of evil is not that there is evil in the world or the fact that there is no balance between the good and the...