In the Company of Wolves by Angela Carter
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...Angela Carter's story, "In the Company of Wolves," she has made feminist revisions to the classic, famous fairy tale of "Little Red Riding Hood." She demonstrates that with a little updating of the story, which can be done to accommodate the present-day concepts of female living and gender roles, much can be demonstrated about the main point of the story. By taking a closer look at Carter's story in comparison with the original fairy tale, one can see how gender roles as well as the reversal of gender roles has an overall affect on the classic fairy tale. Therefore, by taking a closer look at Carter's story, the reader can gain a better understanding of Carter's... In the Company of Wolves In Angela...
Do Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson Belong to "Postmodernism"?
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...Angela Carter and “Sexing the Cherry” by Jeanette Winterson, there is a reflection of the postmodernist ideologies within the stories. This is able to exemplify and show the concepts of postmodernism while developing a plot line that develops alternative perspectives... Carter, Angela. (1979). The Bloody Chamber and Other Short Stories. UK: Penguin Books. Docker, John. (1994). Postmodernism and Popular Culture. UK: Cambridge University Press. Flax, Jane. (1990). Thinking Fragments: Psychoanalysis, Feminism and Postmodernism in the Contemporary West. Los Angeles: University of California Press. Gellner, E. (1992). Postmodernism, Reason and Religion. New York:...
Nature v. Nurture in Wolf - Alice by Angela Carter.
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...Angela Carter’s story Wolf – Alice, there is an association with the concept of nature versus nurture through the main character of Alice. The exploration of Alice’s identity is one which is divided by the concept of being a girl that is human but having a close relationship to the ideology of being a wolf. The challenge which arises is based on having an identity which is associated with nature or with the nurturing which Alice receives. The dilemma which Alice receives then relates to the known of the nurturing by the wolves... ? Nature v. Nurture in Wolf – Alice The concept of nature versus nurture is one which is continuously displayed to create a different meaning to identity of characters. In...
What do you consider is the function of metamorphosis in the Angela Carter collection (The Bloody Chamber) ?
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...Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber Introduction The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter, published in 1979 is a collection of short stories. Carter’s short stories are revisions of fairy tales retold from the prospective of the female protagonist who appeared in the original fairy tale as a voiceless, sexual object (Colebrook 2004, p. 169). While this transformation of the female protagonist in the retelling of the original fairy tale is one function of metamorphosis in The Bloody Chamber, metamorphosis also functions to depict the transformation of a girl into womanhood and the how women cope with both their own animal instincts and the animal instincts of men... with the conservative,...
The company of wolves by angela carter
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...Topic: Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by ZZ Packer of the University Topic: Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by ZZ Packer Even the most sober, thinking and spiritual African American will not be able to forget the history related to the color of his skin. The protagonists in the collection of short stories by ZZ Packer, Drinking Coffee Elsewhere (2004) belong to this category. How do they try to counter their disadvantageous position? The author depicts their ineffectiveness in challenging the odds, they are unable to articulate their grievances and meek submissiveness becomes their way of life. The fire of revenge continues to engulf... Drinking...
Women's Sexuality and Violence linked through Feminism Writing Skills
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...Angela Carter: Women's Sexuality and Violence linked through Feminism Writing Skills Angela Carter is one of the most creative, radical and sophisticated English fiction authors of the 20th century. For several decades, she enchanted her readers with her witty and cheerful novels, essays and short stories. The purpose of this research paper is to explore “how Angela Carter uses the feminism writing skills to underscore the connection between women's sexuality and the violence they experience”. The paper relies on the thesis that female sexuality is strongly associated with their experience of violence. The main objective of this paper is to conduct a research study of the alternate feminist... ...
Explain the relationship between power and pornography in Carter's "The Bloody Chamber"
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...Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber” Roll No: Teacher: 19th June 2009 Power and Pornography in Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber” The Bloody Chamber written by Angela Carter is the story which, indicates towards the issue of masculine power over females and this power is portrayed through pornographic images utilized by the writer. The protagonist of the story is the girl who is married to the Marquis. Marquis is shown as a cruel person who does not believe in any love and is only interested to subjugate his wives by his power. Marquis is shown as having only a sexual relationship with his wives and after passing sometime with them, he kills them. The girl as his wife is also controlled... Power and Pornography in...
Vampire Women in Bram Stokers Dracula and Angela Carters The Lady of the House of Love
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...Angela Carter’s “The Lady of the House of Love” Bram Stoker’s Dracula mirrors the gender and sexual anxieties as well as the cultural fears of the late nineteenth century relating to the perception of women in society, while Angela Carter’s story “The Lady of the House of Love” portrays the exact same objectification a hundred years later. What Stoker’s and Carter’s vampire women have in common is their quest to escape objectification in order to claim power over their own bodies and an authentic existence. It is believed by most critics that Dracula is a novel that indulges the Victorian male imagination, especially in the sphere of female sexuality... Vampire Women in Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Angela ...
Love in a Time of Cholera
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...Angela Carter remarked in the Washington Post Book World, the novel “seems to deal more with libido and self-deceit than with desire and mortality.” Yet critic Michael Wood in the New York Review of Books wrote that “love is a disease in this book, and this is a romantic novel; but the disease is one of the self-deluding, stubborn will, a fruit of mythology and obstinacy rather than any fate beyond ourselves.” Works Cited Lilburn, Jeffrey, M. Love in the Time of Cholera: Deep Themes of the Popular Conceptions of Love... Analytical essay on Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera has often been referred to as a masterpiece of sensuous prose. It can evoke the...
Folklore Tale Little Red Riding Hood
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...Angela Carter, "About the Stories", Sleeping Beauty and Other Favourite Fairy Tales (New York: Schocken Books, 1984), p. 126. It was also a time when young women were repeatedly warned of the dangers of wicked and unscrupulous men. Thus we see that Perrault used the coloour red to cloak his... The Origins and Significance of The Folklore Tale "The Little Red Riding Hood" And How it Has Changed Over Time To analyze the folklore 'Little Red Riding Hood' about a little girl's encounter with a wolf, or any other fairytale is a tricky business because we generally do not have a completely comprehensible collection, or a totally reliable and authentic texts from the times and places in which these stories ...
Beauty and the Beast
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...Angela Carter is another love story of a woman who moved in with a mysterious masked Milord... Beauty and the Beast Introduction “When we dead awaken: writing as a revision” is work done by Adrienne Rich, one of the most popular and leading American poet. Her work on “When we dead awaken: writing as a revision” is basically celebrated for its wide contribution toward modern language association (Rich 2). The artists work was faced with vast challenges emanating from traditional assumptions of literal scholarship (Rich 2). This was not all, since it prompted the inclusion of women studies and feminist criticism in the wider academia field (Rich 2). It is important to mention that Rich mainly focused on a...
Love A Powerful Emotion
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...Angela Carter, is a novel which follows a young girl Melanie, as she becomes aware of herself and the surroundings that she is living within, with respect to her body and sexuality, as well as her feelings and emotions. This piece of literary fiction is a very strong and grasping novel on love as the strongest emotion... Love – A Powerful Emotion Love may be described as a passionate feeling that a person feels for someone else; it brings about emotions of personal attachment and helps to represent kindness, compassion as well as affection for another being, usually for the good of that other being. Since the past, literature has formed itself over some of the greatest love stories of all time. It is the ...
Love - A Powerful Emotion
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...Angela Carter, is a novel which follows a young girl Melanie, as she becomes aware of herself and the surroundings that she is living within, with respect to her body and sexuality, as well as her feelings and emotions. This piece of literary fiction is a very strong and grasping novel on love as the strongest emotion... their better halves in women. Most men around the world have written some of the best love stories that have torn people’s hearts and helped them understand the meaning of being unconditional; how then can love be called a feminine emotion? It is neither emasculated in nature, nor completely womanly, because it consists of various aspects like understanding desire and...
Children's Literature
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...Angela Carter, in her introduction to ‘The Virago Book of Fairy Tales’, writes that though her book... ?“Beauty and the Beast” ‘Beauty and the Beast’ perfectly falls into the genre of fairy tale as it has appealed to many young minds through the elements of surprise, sympathy, beauty, power, supernatural elements and a final happy ending. It is stated that the fairy tales have their origin in the oral traditional tales told to the children by older women. The first book of fairy tales got published in 1550 in Italy and a decade later another collection of fairy tales appeared in France. In England many of the stories were rewritten in easier language for children. These stories never faded over time and...
Vampires: The desire for family, sex and relationships
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...Angela Carter by Sarah Sceats - Tulsa Studies in Woman's Literature, vol, 20, No.1. (Spring 2001) pp. 107-121. A Vampire in the Mirror: The Sexuality of Dracula by John Allen Stevenson - PMLA, Vol. 103, No. 2 (Mar., 1988), pp. 139-149. Anne Rice and the Queering of Culture by George Haggerty - NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction, Vol. 32, No. 1, Reading Gender after Feminism (Autum, 1998), pp. 5-18.... Vampires: The desire for family, sex and relationships 'Drawing on several feminist and anti-racist theorists, I use the trope of the vampire to unravel how whiteness, maleness, and heterosexuality feed on the same set of disavowals--of the body, of the Other, of fluidity, of dependency itself. I then turn to...
Regina Carter
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...Carter’s Jazz Concert The attended jazz concert was the one of Regina Carter and her band. Regina Carter is a famous American jazz violinist, whose discography is comprised of more than twenty albums. These days, she is on the tour presenting her new album titled Southern Comfort. During the concert, all the eleven pieces included into the album were performed, such as Miner’s Child, Trampin’, Shoo-Rye, I’m Goin’ Home, Honky Tonkin’, Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy, See See Rider, I Moaned and I Moaned and others. The ensemble Regina Carter performs with consisted of four musicians: Marwin Sewell (guitar), Will Holshouser (accordion), Jesse Murphy (bass), and Alvester Garnett (drums). With her...
Howard Carter
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...Carter Howard Carter is one of the most famous archaeologists in the history of the world, but no one ever would have predicted this - not even Carter himself - by judging from his humble beginnings. He was born on 9 May 1874 in Kensington (Reeves and Taylor 1993, 10). He was the son of Samuel John Carter and Martha Joyce Carter, nee Sands (Crystalinks 2005). His father was a well-known artist whose subjects were mostly animals (Reeves and Taylor 1993, 11). In Carter's own autobiographical sketches, he notes, "I can hardly find any trace of my father in myself, except an inborn faculty for drawing, which unfortunately, in my case, was never fully cultivated" (11). Perhaps Howard Carter's... Howard Carter ...
Burberrys Angela Ahrendts and CRM
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Typographer Matthew Carter
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...Carter Matthew Carter, ‘born in 1937 in London is a famous typography designer who has dedicated his life in the development of typography creating a series of fonts that are being used on a daily basis by people around the world. Carter developed his skills in typography designing working with his father who was ‘a typographer, a book designer and a type historian’ [1]. Moreover, ‘after leaving school, Matthew Carter spent what was intended to be his gap year at the Enschedé type foundry at Haarlem in the Netherlands learning how to making type by hand’ [1]. Although the process followed in the above type foundry was considered to be anachronistic, this activity helped Carter... Typographer Matthew...
How are men depicted in Frances Burney's "Evelina"?
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...Angela Carter’s novel, “Nights at the Circus”, which brings out the inequalities of sexes in society where men seem to dominate while women take a passive role (Servranckx 8-9). Although the patriarchal society is depicted differently in different literary works, Burney brings the male dominance in both positive and negative aspects. In the positive aspect, Burney actually shows that male dominance is necessary for the good of society. She achieves this through using... College: How Are Men Depicted In Frances Burneys "Evelina"? The 18th century novel “Evelina” ed by Frances Burney is a classic piece of work that mirrors the society as it were then. Through the novel and the main character, Evelina,...
Carter/Tucker House
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...Carter/Tucker House of Carter/Tucker House Carter/Tucker House stands out as a special form of building given the box-shape that it is built in. Structurally, the house measures approximately 12,00m x 6,00m in dimensions, which puts it at a strategic position for studying. The house that is found in Victoria, Australia consists of three levels that are embedded into the side of a sand dune, which were intended for enhancing ease of accessibility. Its form is that of a glass box that is comprised of cedar panels that are slender in size. Considering the skin of the building, it is noted that thoughts for its parameters were made with regard...
Carter Cleaning Co. Case Study
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...Carter Cleaning Company and Equal Rights Legislation Ron Steele XYZ Carter Cleaning Company and Equal Rights Laws Q: Is it true, as Jack Carter claims, that “we can’t be accused of being discriminatory because we hire mostly women and minorities anyway”? Jack Carter’s claim that his company cannot be accused of being discriminatory because they hire mostly women and minorities is not an accurate statement. Any group or class of individuals could claim a discriminatory bias regardless of their race or gender. In fact, as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (2009) points out, Title VII of the Civil Rights...
The Carter and Reagan Years
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...Carter and Reagan Years In your opinion, what two specific events show the fundamental differences between the philosophies Carter and Reagan based their actions and beliefs on. Introduction The Carter administration and the Reagan administration were both exciting times for America since there were international and domestic issues which were faced by the government (Diggins, 2007). Although the administrations were separated by time, the manner in which they handled some of the situations presented to them showed that there were fundamental differences in how they approached the philosophy of government, the use of force and the agendas of politics. These differences can be highlighted... The Carter ...
Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus
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...Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus 4th April, Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus Summary of the chapter Zinn et al. noted that all the national leaders during the 21th century in the United States that is, Jefferson, Jackson, Herbert Hoover and Roosevelt who were Republicans, Democrats, conservatives or liberals were bounded by horizons of enterprise and property and accepted the economic qualities of the capitalistic culture as the necessary value of man (100-102). The chapter displays how Governments have moved from Republicans to Democrats again and again but no party has been capable of going beyond the vision of eliminating cases...
Florence County School District vs. Carter 1993
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...Carter 1993 "In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education. Such an opportunity... is a right which must be made available to all on equal terms." (Brown v. Board of Educ., 347 U.S. 483, 493. 1954) But a question arises in ones mind that what if a child cannot be imparted education like the rest of the children around him/her? What if that child has some sort of learning disability that restricts him/her to grasp ideas as quickly as others? Such children surely deserve and require better learning opportunities designed according to their needs, and they have the right... Florence County School district vs....
The Failing Popularity of Jimmy Carter
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...Carter Jimmy Carter was inaugurated on January 20, 1977 and became America's 39th president. Carter was elected largely due to a backlash vote caused by a widespread rejection of perceived corruption in the Republican Party. Carter, swept into office as a populist candidate, was plagued by numerous difficulties both at home and abroad. Carter inherited an economy that was in recession accompanied by a rising unemployment rate. A national energy crisis struck the country as dwindling supplies caused spiraling prices. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) had refined their tactic of controlling the supply and price of oil as the world's demand... The Failing Popularity of Jimmy Carter...
The Sudanese Girl, photographed by Kevin Carter
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...Carter’s “The Sudanese Girl” that won him a Pulitzer Prize in 1994. Apart from the disturbing message that is visually manifested in the picture and captured the attention of people globally, the controversial story that haunted the photographer from the time the photograph was taken, up to the accolades received, intermittently interspersed with criticisms, and ultimately led to his suicide, only two months after. There is more meaning to what is seen in the photography, much more than someone who was so close to the girl could take. At the time the photograph was taken, Sudan had been in the midst... One was searching for the appropriate photograph to be the of a rhetorical analysis and found Kevin...
Kevin Carter pulitzer prize winning image
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...Carter’s Lens The famous photograph taken by Kevin Carter in Africa of a very malnourished child who was naked and under the scorching also includes the image of a vulture near the child which was probably waiting to have a piece of the remaining flesh of the child. The photograph may have caused Carter a lot of criticisms due to the compelling social issue but his skill is undeniably an eye-catcher as well because of the elements of photography that are visually evident. The image portrays balance in a presenting the major figures, the child and the vulture. On the wide area of the land which has the lighter colors, is the Black child on his four limbs with his... Full Elements of Photography Through...
Florence County School district vs. Carter 1993
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...Carter 1993 "In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education. Such an opportunity... is a right which must be made available to all on equal terms." (Brown v. Board of Educ., 347 U.S. 483, 493. 1954) But a question arises in ones mind that what if a child cannot be imparted education like the rest of the children around him/her? What if that child has some sort of learning disability that restricts him/her to grasp ideas as quickly as others? Such children surely deserve and require better learning opportunities designed according to their needs, and they have the right... Florence County School district vs....
Events in Iran and the Carter Legacy: Successes and Failures
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...Carter Legacy: Successes and Failures President Jimmy Carter won the 1976 presidential elections where he swept victory over Republican presidential candidate Ford, who lost public support for pardoning President Jimmy Carter after the Watergate scandal took place (Dumbrell 1993). In addition, Carter was highly adored amongst the American public as he was an advocate for human rights and had an impressive persona. However, the challenges that he had to face once he took office turned out to be too serious his administration to handle. Initially when he took over, the inflation and recession were the biggest challenge for him (Vance 1983). Also, the events... ? s School Topic Events in Iran and the Carter ...
..... he decided to return to the Soviet Union in 1936. Prokofiev was subsequently sharply criticized by the Soviet officials. W
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...Angela Carter and the fairy tale. Detroit, Mich: Wayne State Univ. Press, 1998. Sadie, Stanley, and Alison Latham. The Cambridge Music Guide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. Sayers, Lesley-Anne. Re-Discovering Diaghilev’s ‘Pas d’Acier’. Dance Research: The Journal of the Society for Dance Research. 18(2), p. 163-185... ? Sergey Prokofiev: Before and After the Revolution Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter One: Introduction Introduction 1.2 Biography Chapter Two: The Music 2. Introduction 2.2 The Ballet 2.2.1 Le Pas d’Acier 2.2.2 Romeo and Juliet 2.3 Work for Children 2.3.1 Love for Three Oranges 2.3.2 Peter and the Wolf Chapter Three: Artistic Repression 3. Introduction 3.1 Russian...
Why did presidents Ford and Carter lose public confidence?
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...Carter lose public confidence? After Watergate, the American community lost all confidence in the government, and there was a necessity for the successors of President Nixon to regain the trust of the people. It was clear that it would take a great deal of time, and substantial actions for the government to gain the trust of the people. However, the community became even less accommodating to the government due to the decision making process. One of these decisions include the action that was taken by President Ford just weeks after gaining his seat as president, when he decided to pardon Nixon from all criminal activities he did during his term in office... [Teacher’s Why did presidents Ford and Carter ...
Write a critique of the Carter Report: Review of National Sport Effort and Resources, Introduction and Executive Summary, Patrick Carter, March 2005. [www.culture.gov.uk/images/publications/Carter_report.pdf]
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...Carter Report: Review of National Sport Effort and Resources, Introduction and Executive Summary, Patrick Carter, March 2005 Introduction Studies have shown that sport has the power to formulate social identity, reduce health care costs by improving the health of the people and that it has the potential to contribute to the economic growth of the nation. However, it is unfortunate to find that the public investment of England on sport is comparatively lower to other European powers. It has resulted in a number of health related issues in the nation, obesity being the most significant area of concern. Subsequently, the healthcare costs of the nation have increased tremendously... emphasising...
Nature vs. Nurture in Wolf Alice
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...Angela Carter’s story Wolf – Alice, there is an association with the concept of nature versus nurture through the main character of Alice. The exploration of Alice’s identity is one which is divided by the concept of being a girl that is human but having a close relationship to the ideology of being a wolf. The challenge which arises is based on having an identity which is associated with nature or with the nurturing which Alice receives. The dilemma which Alice receives then relates to the known of the nurturing by the wolves... Nature v. Nurture in Wolf – Alice The concept of nature versus nurture is one which is continuously displayed to create a different meaning to identity of characters. In...
Legal & Regulatory Regulations
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...Carter & Shaw 2006). The principal difference in approach is that "While female applicants are required to demonstrate... Question 2. Peggy and Nancy run a small juice bar in Brighton. Business is good and they are thinking of expanding their premises and staff and hope ultimately to branch into different parts of the country. They recognize a need to seek outside finance to assist cash flow. They have received conflicting advice from business associates on the question of whether they should trade through a limited company or continue to trade through a partnership. Advise Peggy and Nancy. (650 words) Traditionally a partnership involves less legal formalities,- including the absence of formal deeds, b...
Discuss the reason why Jimmy Carter was so unpopular with the US electorate
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...Carter served as 39th President of US during 1977-1981 and became the first US President to receive the Noble Peace Prize after leaving the office. A peanut farmer and a Naval Officer, Carter also served as Senator as well as Governor of Georgia during 1970s. His rise to the power is considered as one of the most critical because he rose from the gross roots and served at many different positions before marching his way towards the Presidency. He was largely instrumental behind the standardization of the education across US and created a new department with the name of Department of Education. Besides, he also created a department of energy to conserve energy besides ensuring price... Introduction Jimmy...
"deleted order 1111918" bOOK REVIEW OF "JIMMY CARTER WHITE HOUSE DIARY"
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...Carter is a great read that gives insight into the life and presidency of Carter and its associated challenges. Carter was a great president who helped better the lives of Americans in many ways. However, Carter was also a very controversial person especially in the way he dealt with matters of certain degrees of sensitivity. In general, the book portrays Carter as an egoistic, ambitious, and know-it-all person who had trouble dealing with criticism and external pressure. Cater writes that he is not the type of person to easily accept criticism, reassess his actions and basically admit to having made a mistake... no. Review of “White House Dairy” The book “White House Diary” by former president Jimmy...
The Carter Administration and the Evolution of American Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy
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...Carter, whose regime has seen the evolution of the American Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. Though his good faith and commitment to his advocacy have remained unquestioned, many have voiced their opposition over a nuclear containment strategy that effectively cuts off US engagement from other States with respect to the development of nuclear arsenal, and restricts technology transfer with the end in view of achieving nuclear nonproliferation. It is submitted, however... Ever since the first nuclear bomb was dropped in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the world knew that a monster had been unleashed. As knowledgecould not be unlearned, it was of the utmost necessity to develop policies that would...
Little Red Riding Hood Essay
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...Angela Carter’s “The Company of Wolves,” which is her account of “Little Red Riding Hood,” published in 1979. The stories are similar because all portray a cunning wolf as an antagonist and the little girl as the naïve girl trapped in a vicious world. Differences are made in their endings and characterization of the wolf and the girl because of dissimilar target audiences and writing goals, where Perrault and the Brothers Grimm want to caution girls and young women about sly beasts in the real world, which promote and preserve traditional gender roles and values, while Carter makes these changes to expose girls to their sexuality, so that they can control their desires... May 4, The Beasts of Gender...
The Company of Wolves
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...Angela Carter’s The Company of Wolves, or any of the stories in her Bloody Chamber collections for that matter, Neil Jackson’s screen interpretation of her radical feminist interrogation of Charles Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood is likely to present itself as a dessert that is larger and greasier than the main meal – a call to constipation. For the vicarious movie lover however, the storytelling may be just as acceptable as its photography and technical details. The film is a dream sequence that follows a few days in the life of Rosaleen (Sarah Patterson), whose sister is mauled by a pack of wolves... THE COMPANY OF WOLVES: NEIL JORDAN’S BRUTAL REVISION OF A CUTE FAIRY TALE For anyone who has read...
The Biographical Outlines of Hernando De Valencia, Damiana De Cunha, Enrico Martinez, Micaela Angela Carrillo, Diego Vasicuio and Antonio De Gouveia. Portuguese and Spanish America.
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...Angela Carrillo: Micaela Angela Carillo was a woman who lived in Nuestra Senora de Asuncion Amozoque (modern day Amozoque). It is not certain If her family were members of the converso – Jews who had ostensibly converted to Christianity but secretly practiced the old faith. Members of the Carillo family were involved in the famed local industry, which was the production of decorating iron work. The social makeup of Carillo comprised of Spaniards, mestizos, mulattos and Indians. The Indians occupied... ?Aaron Last Institute The Biographical Outlines of a few individuals from Portuguese and Spanish America Damiana De Cunha: Damiana De Cunha hailed from the Caiapo tribe. The name Damiana De Cunha was given...
Fairy Tale
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...Carter, Angela. The Company of Wolves. London: Vintage Books, 1984. Print.... Fairy Tale The wolf is a carnivore incarnate and he’s as cunning as he is ferocious.” (142). The phrase above implies that wolves are extremely dangerous and can only be appeased by immaculate flesh. Additionally, they are crafty and use their sly ways to lure their prey into their traps (Carter 142). The statement applies to Perrault’s “Bluebeard” in the sense that the rich villain marries several virgin women and steals their ‘flower’ despite the roar elicited by the notion. Therefore, by concluding that a wolf is ‘carnivore incarnate’ puts the matter to rest; since that is how they are bound to...
Righteous Dopefiend by Philippe Bourgois and Jeffrey Schonberg.
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...Angela 200). They are pictures of homeless people who reside in shacks on the encampment. These shacks are off the street and they comfortably rest on their beddings, and take drugs. The most intriguing pictures... Review- Righteous Dopefiend Righteous Dopefiend is a book that highlights the life of homeless drug users in society such as the crack smokers. The book also highlights various heroin injectors in the streets of San Francisco in the United States of America. Overall, the book depicts the life of the poor and homeless in the society. The key theme in the book includes inequality and social advocacy in the society. The book targets to educate individuals about the experiences of individuals who ...
Does Jessica Cohen, in her "Grade A: The market for a Yale Woman's eggs", meet the requirements for a person of integrity as defined by Stephen L. Carter in his essay, "The rules about rules"
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...Carter’s Standards for Integrity Carter talks about integrity in terms of a series of steps. The first step is the discernment of what is wrong from what is right. The second step involves acting on the basis of that discernment, and consistent with the discernment, regardless basically of consequences, and this means even if the action results in personal discomfort, pain, and loss. The third step is the public announcement that one intends to act, or is acting, based on the results of the discernment process, having figured out what is wrong from what is right for certain a certain situation or context. This paper examines whether Cohen’s actions in her... On Whether or Not Cohen’s Actions Meet...
The Magic Toyshop, The Collector, Brave New World, Sailing to Byzantium,Should Lanterns Shine and The Lady of Shalott.
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...Carter, Angela. The Magic Toyshop. Virago Press, 2008. Print. Fowles, John. The Collector. Random House, 2010. Print. Maud, Ralph. Where Have the Old Words Got Me?: Explications of Dylan Thomas's Collected Poems. McGill-Queen’s Press, 2003. Print. Thomas, Dylan. “Should Lanterns Shine.” Collected Poems. Green Light, 2012. Print.... ? 09 December English literature: Uncle Philip runs a “magic toyshop” but is anything but magical himself. He hates children, hates adults, and hates life. He’s monstrous and brutal. Why do you think such a terrible man is so good at a craft that is normally associated with enchantment, children, magic, fantasy, innocence, purity and so on? Given the objectionably ruthless...
Gun Control
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...Carter, Gregg Lee. Gun control in the United States: a reference handbook. California: ABC- CLIO, 2006. Cooper, Michael. “Debate on Gun Control Is Revived, Amid a Trend Toward Fewer Restrictions.” The New York Times 16 December 2012: A27. Print. Gold, Susan Dudley. Gun Control. Tarrytown: Marshall Cavendish, 2004. Print. Goss, Kristin A. Disarmed: The Missing Movement for Gun Control in America. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2010. Print. Henigan, Dennis A. Lethal Logic: Exploding the Myths That Paralyze American Gun Policy. Virginia: Potomac Books, 2009. Print. Siegel, Larry J. Introduction to Criminal Justice. Belmont: Cengage Learning, 2009. Print. Valdez,...
Assignment 2: Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy
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...Angela Agboli-Esedebe     By Richard Giles   A presidential doctrine is a platform that a president utilizes to advance his policy towards a region or state in order to achieve foreign policy objectives. The foreign policies are based on the perception of each president and are subject to enactment by other president. It is based on the beliefs, objectives and key priorities of the president after taking office. The doctrines target to change or influence how a particular state... ?The Truman Doctrine: The Containment of Soviet Union and Communist Ideals and its Implications to the U.S. and Other Countries Assignment # 2   The Contemporary International Problems (POL 300 Alexandria) Course To Dr. Angela...
Death Sentence Errors or Gun Control
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...Carter 558). This writing will focus on the reasons due to which gun control laws should not be implemented. Gun control laws should not be implemented because law abiding citizens use guns as a self defense against goons who use are armed, secondly, guns in the hands of law abiding citizens deters crime and criminals and gun control laws can only control guns... Gun Control Introduction The second Amendment of the constitution of the US s that all US citizens have a right to own and carry arms and ammunition and this right cannot be infringed upon (Uviller 21). There are different perception about this amendment of those who are against and even those who are in the favor of American citizens owning...
Subculture Research Paper
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...Carter, Sara J. In Josephina M. Contreras, Kathryn A. Kerns & Neal-Barnett, Angela M. (Eds.). Latino children and families in the United... SUBCULTURE Introduction The subculture to be studied in this research paper relates to the Latinos. Theterm “Latino” is generally used for those people living in America, whose origins are from numerous countries including Mexico, Spain, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Cuba and others. On the other hand, the term “Hispanic” refers only to the people from Spain. The largest number of Latinos in the United States come from Latin America in central and south America, with their numbers increasing rapidly from 1990 to 2000. The ongoing immigration of large...
Gun control
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...Carter, Gregg. Gun Control in the United States: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 2006. Print. Blendon, Robert J., John T. Young, and David Hemenway. "The American public and the gun control debate." JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 275.22 (1996): 1719-1722. Jacobs, James and Burger, Warren. Can Gun Control Work? Great Clarendon Street, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Print. Kaplan, Mark S., and Olga Geling. "Firearm suicides and homicides in the United States: regional variations and patterns of gun ownership." Social science & medicine 46.9 (1998): 1227-1233. Valdez, Angela. Gun Control. New York:...
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