... year. There was something missing and we just grew apart.
A ... word - just two people talking and listening to each other.
Guess ... typical boy - loves sports and girls and high school is where to ... on a certificate in administration and my EDS.degree. After that ... am considering transferring to UA and finish my PhD there - would ... up (in my best coveralls :) - and going to a nice restaurant ... from you.
Please take care and be safe.
(Decatur, Alabama, United ... Word Count: 507 | Page Count: 3
... unknown. Donne accomplished many and experienced many things in his ... secretly, went to prison, and wrote many poems that are ... Donne attended both Oxford and Cambridge universities, and he also attended ... \'s, Donne abandoned Catholicism and looked toward to become an ... Anti-Catholic poems (Pseudo-Martyr and Ignatius his Conclave). Donne ... the University of Cambridge and was made a royal ... For Weariness of thee," and "A Valediction: Forbidding ... Word Count: 413 | Page Count: 2
The Scarlet Letter: Much Symbolism
... . One of the most complex
and misunderstood symbols in the book ... give her much mental anguish and grief. On the other hand ... God was a constant mental and physical reminder
to Hester of ... decimation of Hester\'s life and mental state.
Although Hester had ... surely have committed
suicide. Once and a while, Pearl would bring ... times she could be bright and vibrant, and really love her mother ... been found guilty
of adultery, and thus never would have had ... Word Count: 534 | Page Count: 3
Thoreau And Jefferson: A Comparison
Thoreau and Jefferson: A Comparison
Henry David Thoreau and Thomas Jefferson were two ... their (respective) times as visionaries and prolific intellectuals. However, when ... ) are striking.
Both Thoreau and Jefferson express their parallel ideas ... men are created equal and independent...and...whenever any form of ... for independent sovereignty, revolt and revolution play direct roles in ... While both works write persuasively and directly, Jefferson's pragmatic ... Word Count: 842 | Page Count: 5
Odipus Rex's Moral Responsilbiltiy
... moral experience. Thus, the recognition and acceptance of a principle of ... action regarded as right and the dissatisfaction and remorse resulting from conduct ... remote from the great social and political upheavals taking place throughout ... the son of Laius and Jocasta, king and queen of Thebes. Laius ... unwittingly fulfilled the prophecy.
Lonely and homeless, Oedipus arrived at Thebes ... incestuous life, Jocasta killed herself, and when Oedipus realized that she ... Word Count: 1124 | Page Count: 5
Antigone The Tragic Hero
... However, evidence supports that Creon, and not
Antigone, is the tragic ... that create a
Greek Tragedy, and a tragic character, it is ... kingdom, his son, his wife, and his
will to live, but ... in the play by Creon and also by the
chorus. ... the eyes of the
people, and even the eyes of the ... of the
play, laments, and but for the good grace ... son Haimon are minor characters and are clearly not the tragic ... his losses were the greatest, and he was the only
character ... Word Count: 563 | Page Count: 3
1984: Government's Attempt to Control The Mind and
... attempt to destroy any and all mental and physical
opposition to their ... a "world of monstrous machines and terrifying weapons.
Warriors fighting, triumphing ... feeling of superiority somewhat provokes and leads to the aforementioned
... the differentiation within the system, and thus become corrupt. This
... of the totalitarian society
and the rebel, and as stated some believe ... characters into a circular machine and
then noting their struggle ... Word Count: 1180 | Page Count: 6
Lacrosse: The Beginning
... combination of hockey, football, soccer, and basketball. Lacrosse is the oldest ... Indians, the French christened it, and the Canadians helped raise it ... sun up to sun down and could last up to 3 ... consist of a thousand players and spread over miles of rough ... was guarded by a goalie, and one rule that remains constant ... is Canada\'s national sport, and is also widely played in ... played by over 500 Colleges and Universities and has become a Major ... Word Count: 319 | Page Count: 2
... in poverty in small and crowded places
and were oppressed. For ... Great Poland, Little Poland, “Russia”, and Volhynia. They excised
religious, economic ... be invading ghettos and shtetls often,
looting and burning leaving the ... to become
big cities and brought comforts and luxuries to the ... in factories,
mines, workshops, railroads, and steamships. Thousands of daring investors ... lives. All factories and industries
which needed investors and workers, did ... Word Count: 1311 | Page Count: 6
The GI BILL
... American veterans to attend college and trade schools. Signed into ... , granted stipends covering tuition and living expenses, provided vocational ... rehabilitation, established veterans\' hospitals and made low-interest mortgages available ... Practical subjects, such as business and engineering, gained popularity, resulting ... the post-war housing boom and growth of suburbs. Developments ... providing housing for returning soldiers and their families. Nearly 20% ... Word Count: 503 | Page Count: 3
Illiteracy among the unemployed being about 50 Prime Minister Howard w
... difficulties, such as dyslexia and other mental handicaps, went ... through school undiagnosed and unassisted. Today, these conditions ... responsibility for these unfortunates, and rectifying the failings of an ... classes will undoubtedly improve literacy and numeracy skills, skills fundamental ... the confidence, self-esteem, and optimism the illiterate would gain ... workplaces everywhere are increasingly mechanised and computer-operated. There is, ... Word Count: 839 | Page Count: 4
Kerouac and Tyler, On the Road and Saint Maybe
... builds a person.
Utterly and completely carefree are the characters ... and Terry and her boy live together, and Sal temporarily forgets his friends and ... they travel and party and live for the moment, and have seemingly little ... where the conflict between pleasure and sorrow escalates awkwardly until the ... the vagaries of human communication and the vulnerability of human relationships ... that gave his life color, and energy, and ... well, life." Even more ... Word Count: 2112 | Page Count: 9
It was vital that Romeo and Juliet were young love
... important for the play.
Romeo and Juliet are very impetuous, ... the same way with affection and infatuation. After having only ... like "puppy love".
Romeo and Juliet was written at a ... arrangement was considered normal, and if Romeo and Juliet were older, it ... their own marriages or problems and dilemmas that they have ... faced themselves, and furthermore would have confused the ... .
The fact that Romeo and Juliet are young lovers adds ... Word Count: 505 | Page Count: 3
... achieved a degree of popular and critical recognition. Ebener Scrooge ... gifts, deep social issues, and ability to create extraordinary characters ... Catherine Hogarth resulted in separation and influenced “The Pickwick Papers” ... (Masterplot “His Tragedy and Triumph” 1). Pickwick Papers and Oliver Twist brought ... with supernatural happenings, melancholy, and alienated characters showing off his ... revolution along with the violence and anarchy (Draper 910). Dickens ... Word Count: 705 | Page Count: 4
Women leading prasyers
... are imposed by the religious and political institutions. Consequently, if ... role in society.
Women perception and confidence in themselves will change ... women will become more intellectual and independent. Independence, in this case ... ; that must be strictly controlled and regulated. (The Invisible Society: ... earned much more respect and credit and were therefore more active ... men could be used efficiently and consequently society will develop. However ... Word Count: 1167 | Page Count: 4
Many people today assume automatically that techno
... optimistic about western technology, and had little sense any problems ... system, would jeopardize these social and political goals, then that ... rest--quality of life, and social and political ideals--will take care ... , began to take control, and humanitarian goals like justice, freedom ... Technology was accepted unquestioningly, and efficiency and scientific progress were the main ... technocratic view. Emerson, Thoreau, and others questioned whether we were ... Word Count: 538 | Page Count: 3
Where is Sarah
... . She agrees to the transplant and it is successfully carried out ... attached to mechanical support and her heart and lungs are "working" to ... , others could be more outgoing and loud. This is what atracks ... her self-esteem drop dramatically and also her attitude towards life ... once was before the accident, and turn her into a completely ... all part of it, and without each and every piece a person ... body will have to adapt and change to better suituate itself ... Word Count: 900 | Page Count: 4
The serpent asked the woman "Did God really tell you not to eat from a
... pain, hurt, and punishment to Adam and Eve and all of mankind ... two audiences: the villagers and his fellow pilgrims.
At ... profited from duplicity, dishonesty, and deceit. He granted pardons for ... looking, but fraudulent relics and his feigned holiness. He ... to have money, wool, and cheese and wheat/ Though it were ... impulses into fraud, vice, and moral crimes. The physical features ... became more skeptical of religion and religious figures. No longer ... Word Count: 1062 | Page Count: 4
Death Beyond Revenge Wuthering Heights
... including religion, questions and doubts, and love and loss.
The ... relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine. Since Catherine and Heathcliff had ... female qualities of passivity and quiescence, where as Cathy ... traditionally male qualities of activity and exertion (“Wuthering Heights” 1 ... of religion, questions and doubts, and love and loss, captures the ... ‘‘Detailed Analysis, Character Analysis, and critical commentary.’’
Monarch Notes on ... Word Count: 1814 | Page Count: 9
... is understood to be
plain and simple, yet still intelligent, ... , the preliterate, the children, and the poor people
(Bloom 46 ... dialect was worked,
composed, and written by Twain. It was ... about spelling or context, and rather just writing
the way ... aspect of 19th
century political and social mores." (Rasmussen ... planning
on turning around and giving the government more ... satire,
single-minded words, and writing in the vernacular has ... Word Count: 1379 | Page Count: 15
... Road Trip
One hot and humid summer The Parks family ... driving the spacious, luxurious, and monstrous sport utility vehicle that ... He was making funny and goofy faces and to no prevail, Trinity ... had a gooey ham and cheese sandwich and Mr. Parks had ... . Joey had a crunchy and toasted grilled cheese sandwich. ... finally passed through the thick and humid roads of Texas. ... There were limestone columns and chandelier like columns from every ... Word Count: 841 | Page Count: 4
... rocks happened through slow processes and time by gathering observations, the ... over time, on his farm and land in Scotland,. The principle ... also occurred during the past, and would continue to take place ... the principle is excepted now, and is the basis for a ... lot of geography and biology that followed, the theory ... Word Count: 199 | Page Count: 2
... She begins a long and arduous journey through the woods ... tremendous endurance, her persistence and belief that the human spirit ... not change the past and the unfortunate incident that ... She daydreamed, wished on, and pursued her goal with wonder ... we somehow lose the persistence, and dogged determination to accomplish our ... love is the commitment and personal sacrifice one is willing ... by love, our persistence and endurance inspired by hope. ... Word Count: 518 | Page Count: 3
... the advantages and disadvantages of both categories. the comparison of uncontrolled ... for a gold standard for comparison with predictions.
There are ... questionnaire and interview information, are taken into account for comparison during ... the performance of the physiological and functional ... Optimally, we contend, this comparison should be made using the ... available for comparison with the client\'s abilities and the employer ... Word Count: 5624 | Page Count: 29
Bacteria Classification By Gram Staining
... sample of laboratory prepared bacteria and categorise it
according to Christian’s ... gram positive and gram negative classes and also by
viewing ... under a high powered microscope and oil immersions; classify its
Bacteriologist Christian, gram positive and gram negative by a staining ... Introduce Safranin to the smear and leave standing for 20 seconds ... examine the slide.
Note Shape and colour and any other observations.
Results ... Word Count: 766 | Page Count: 5
Presidency in Trouble
38% think Clinton should resign and 60% think that Clinton should ...
had a understanding with Lewinsky and obstructed justice by concealing gifts ...
a kid leadership , good choices , and hard work. President Clinton has ... than bad athletes , who misbehave , and break the law; [
like Michael ... Clinton should resign from office and Al Gore should
become President ... times. Wake up Bill Clinton and resign.
1. Newsweek Sept ... Word Count: 624 | Page Count: 4
A Lesson Before Dying: Mr. Wiggins
... greatly in this book, and that helped
his relationships with ... Jefferson breaks his
somber barrier and shows emotions. At that ... no longer
minds visiting Jefferson and begins becoming his friend.
& ... in the modern day, and honest and just jury would have
found ... always get a meal and pay later, and
the same went for ... buy the radio, comic books, and other items
& ... the ice cream and the radio with Jefferson, and Jefferson
admitted ... Word Count: 966 | Page Count: 4
Adding to Pakistans Misery A Heroin Epidemic
... program office for South and West Asia. "And whatever the total ... for lawlessness, political killings and gargantuan slums, has 600, ... s anti-narcotics officials. And while that total seems exaggerated ... sprawl. Addicts are everywhere and nowhere, easy to overlook ... in a police station and shoot up, and no one would ... the residents -- men, women and sometimes children -- are hooked, ... forgetting his family again and retreating into his medicated self ... Word Count: 2030 | Page Count: 7
Causes of The Salem Witch Craft Trials
... “Memorable Providences, Relating to Witchcrafts and Possessions,” with its inaccurate ... techniques, constant food poisoning, and unsanitary conditions killed many Puritans ... Violations of the Sabbath, and swearing and sleeping during sermons
5. Decay ... met in Parris’s shed, and created and listened to Tituba’s incredible tales ... a public day of fasting and prayer, and to question the afflicted ... dissolved the Court of Oyer and Terminer and replaced it with a ... Word Count: 2225 | Page Count: 10
Great Expectations: Wealth As An Agent Of Isolatio
... s characterization, through its setting, and through its underlying themes.
& ... becomes discontented with his apprenticeship and coarse upbringing at the forge ... is deceiving himself and ignoring the foolishness and loneliness into which ... the village was very peaceful and quiet, and the light mists were ... had been so innocent and little there, and all beyond was so ... , generosity, dignity, and compassion. Only after suffering and loneliness have softened ... Word Count: 1972 | Page Count: 8
Mark Twain and Herman Melville
... is to compare and contrast between Mark Twain and Herman Melville, ... comparing and contrasting their backgrounds, writing styles, and their ... famous author, lecturer, satirist, and a humorists. Most of his ... came about through his experiences and observations from his childhood, which ... two authors were Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner.
Mark Twain starts ... he soon started supplying copy and becoming familiar with much of ... Word Count: 299 | Page Count: 2
During The Victorian Era
... that even now, famous and caressed and happy, I often forget in ... the poor, the suffering, and the oppressed, and by his death, one ... citizens relied on traditional remedies and cures like herbal medicine, ... time. (Stevenson). People could practice and prescribe medicine without having any ... Apothecaries sold drugs, gave prescriptions and practiced medicine; surgeons set bones ... that contaminated food and people such as Cholera and diarrhea, slowly ... Word Count: 1725 | Page Count: 7
... character than the book, and shows the Sheriff as much ... less Sympathetic, and certainly less developed. When ... are simple, using primarily and earth tones as. The sets ... after viewing both First Blood and Uncommon Valor, There seems ... action: Foreground, middleground, and background action, and they are often seperated ... all the delivery is meaningful and honest. Also because Trautman ... movies you can watch and both enjoy, and learn something as ... Word Count: 1098 | Page Count: 5
Italy In 1890S - 1900S
... increasingly common, and government oppression became more and more blatant. ... , which carried out strikes and opposition demonstrations, came when ... their government was bumbling and ineffectual, and that it was keeping ... conflict arose between monarchists and constitutionalists, and brought the country to ... Italy’s infrastructure improved; illiteracy and serious illness, along with ... philosophy dear, even then, and explained southern Italy’s backwardness ... Word Count: 735 | Page Count: 3
World War II
... aroused by the ridiculous and often mistaken territorial
adjustments ... options. The economic impacts and the territorial changes worked
together ... early 20s, collapsed and socialist revolts and strikes in cities like ... units deep
into enemy territory and effectively eliminated their established ... Poles airbases, ammunition depots, and rail communications. This disrupted
almost ... Japanese expansion throughout China and occupying the French Indochina ... Word Count: 5507 | Page Count: 23
The Great Imposters
... a nearby
Estrildid finch and surreptitiously drops the eggs ... where dozens of animals
(and plants) spend their time masquerading ... worms copying sea anemones, and
roaches imitating ladybugs. There are ... Heliconiids. Fragile,
slow-moving and brightly coloured, the Heliconiids
are ... opportunity
to reproduce unharmed, and eventually flourish
alongside the original ... town
of Inwood, Manitoba and the surrounding
countryside is garter ... Word Count: 1306 | Page Count: 17
... the villages blacksmith, farrier, locksmith, and maker of agricultural tools. Escoffier ... his apprenticeship by working hard and determination to succeed. He realized ... orderly he had special rights and privileges. When Metz was ... Prince of Wales, MacMahon, Gambetta, and Sarah Bernhardt. Three years after ... disagreements with the owners, Escoffier and the other managers follow.
On ... Escoffier publishes Le Guide Culinaire and Livre des Menus, organizes ... Word Count: 1089 | Page Count: 5
... awareness can implicitly capture attention and affect performance (McCormick, 1997) . ... intuitively believe that unusual, unexpected and salient objects will capture attention ... clearly needed to explore implicit and explicit attentional capture while systematically ... of attentional capture, inattentional blindness, and their practical implications for improving ... interesting comparison, is weak at providing any theoretically significant results, and seems ... Word Count: 3971 | Page Count: 15
Suzuki was obsessed with proving Buddhism as a uni
... "pure experience") of reality, direct and unmediated) and "spiritual" (what is experienced ... room to a spiritual and "scientific", subjective and direct perception of psychological ... , ontological and epistemological "pure" and unmediated truths.(63) Suzuki ... are not so discriminate and demonstrative and do not show so ... affective), nondiscursive, subjective, spiritually individualistic and socially group-minded" (ibid.). The ... Word Count: 1330 | Page Count: 6
... reports indicated that Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, the Oklahoma ... Washington, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, California, and a number of other states ... the collection of illegal weapons and explosives. Sometimes these illegal arsenals ... , silencers, sawed off shotguns, and explosives. Some members go further ... militia mentioned in the Constitution and federal and state law, but they ... federal employee a federal offense and increasing penalties for these ... Word Count: 1086 | Page Count: 5
An Unsuccessful India
... expanded, the wealth, resources and power of India attenuated. Slowly ... created a very disorganized and divided India and the British took ... leaders, ministers and officials. Many leaders surrendered and once Britain took ... civilization together with modern thought and therefore, even today, India ... British built a strong and efficient administration and established a court of ... abolish human sacrifice, slave trading and female infanticide in India. ... Word Count: 1259 | Page Count: 5
needs to be altered… and that the way of life ... help but are not desperate and distraught
Singer states that suffering ... and death from the lack of ... food, shelter, and
medical care are bad; with ... help the problem of starvation and hunger is
to make everyone ... Word Count: 246 | Page Count: 2
Slavery in Greece Rome and Africa
... property of kings, priests, and temples, and only a relatively small proportion ... small farmers, tenants, and sharecroppers and to artisans and journeymen.
As in Greco ... of Marginality” in Slavery and Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives, ed. Suzanne ... of Marginality” in Slavery and Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives, ed. Suzanne ... of Marginality” in Slavery and Africa: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives, ed. Suzanne ... Word Count: 3360 | Page Count: 15
Events in the Industrial Revolution Lead to Major
urbanization, bad education, and the changing of class structure ...
suffocation, drowning, cave-ins, and explosions. Urbanization led to many ... in population between 1750 and 1851, compacting farms which ... students learned reading, writing, and math. The industrial production was ... were great advancements in medicine and technology, new scientific
inventions, ... factory efficiency and productivity increased, major discoveries and new
inventions, ... Word Count: 747 | Page Count: 4
Schoenbergs Response Towards The Progressive Music
... composers of different nationalities and temperaments nonetheless wrote music that ... was stylistically and structurally similar in important ... as relatively complex, developmental, and emotionally expressive as having extended ... Schoenberg, the only logical and responsible musical developments are those ... the motivic major and minor second and their use in conjunction ... .
The relationship between Schoenberg and Stravinsky is quite interesting; ... Word Count: 1329 | Page Count: 5
Philosophy Of Gatsby
... whirlwind which cannot be controlled, and many times even for the ... worrisome over what will and will not be and would rather turn ... which you know nothing about and never will know about because ... wide open for the dullness and loneliness they cannot find within ... . This is a sad, pathetic, and rueful story showing the discontent ... it shows the nescience, naiveté, and overall dullness of the mind ... real? All myths and legends surround life and make life what it ... Word Count: 434 | Page Count: 2
Never To Late
... most personally fulfilling and rewarding experience and personal achievement that ... succeed. Otherwise, difficult circumstances and situations are sure to ... the band playing pomp and circumstance and the diploma in hand ... self-paced study, and corporate education and training programs. Some programs ... videoconferencing, television-assisted courses, and online programs delivered over the ... each year, including training and basic education offered outside ... Word Count: 1659 | Page Count: 9
The Good Evil Transformation
... the play Hamlet by Shakespeare.
Hamlet experiences a lot of pain and becomes ...
himself. This allows Hamlet’s true thoughts and character to be ... his people and serve his country. Hamlet loves the power and the fame ... father\'s death
and his mother\'s remarriage. Hamlet finds out that ... curtain in the room and listen in on
Hamletand his mother’ ... ’d.”
Hamlet emphasizes how a righteous and pure spirit becomes ... Word Count: 807 | Page Count: 4
Euthanasia-Immoral or a Human Right
... two definitions of Euthanasia, active and passive. Active Euthanasia is currently ... only allowed in Holland and means doctors have the ... face, the choice over life and death. This creates responsibilities no ... terrible for anyone. A third and very important point, is ... Euthanasia does mean "Good death", and for some it is the ... acceptable way out of pain and suffering. Whether it is ... all rules there are exceptions and to something as incredibly ... Word Count: 470 | Page Count: 3
The Encumbrance of Females Through Accusations of
... the reason that society feared and resented independent women, therefore ... older women who were independent and supported themselves. The premise ... her from becoming increasingly successful and independent.
A widowed woman ... argumentative, willful, independent, aggressive, and sexual, rather than chaste, pious ... , silent, obedient, and married. (Weisner 276)
The ... September 2000.
Kramer, Heinrich and Jacob Sprenger. Malleus Maleficarum. ... Word Count: 1349 | Page Count: 8