Devil in a Blue Dress Essay
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...animal symbolism for his characters behavior. We can see this in Raymond Alexander being give a mouse character, Daphne Monet being given chameleon character, and Easy Rawlins given a jaybird character. The novel relates the story of the jungle and animals seeking ways for survival. Raymond is nicknamed mouse showing his “animal instincts” (Mosley 23). Evidenced when he said, mouse would not think twice about killing anything that pose a danger to them. Shown in the manner that joppy was got murdered; he shot him in the eye showing his inhumanity. He killed him without caring making killing look like an ordinary thing. He... Insert Jaybird as used in Devil in a Blue Dress Essay Walter Mosley used animal ...
Animal Farm
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...Animal farm Table of Contents Table of Contents Summary 2 Comparisons between Napoleon and Snowball 2 The relevance of the novel setting 4 Themes in the Animal Farm book 4 Symbols in the Animal Farm novel 6 Summary The Animal Farm novel by George Orwell, born Eric Blair Arthur is an allegorical book published in 1945 in which the author presented the aspect of totalitarianism that existed during the upsurge of the Russia’s Soviet Union (Orwell 7). The novel makes use of animals that represent the various faces of individuals present during the cold war. Ideally, the uprise witnessed in the animal farm by the animals is an illustration of the revolt against the Russian... Literary Criticism of The Animal ...
Symbolism
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...symbolism in many regard especially considering that the main theme of the story is racial discrimination. There were quite a number of things modified by color from the opening paragraphs. The narrator describes her as the “color of poor gray Georgia earth” (Walker, par. 2). The color of the earth... The Welcome Table’ by Alice Walker is a curious story that takes the reader into a scene which depicts from the beginning a woman who seems to be outof place from where she is. The story starts with the audience quite unaware of what is about to unfold in the next sentences. Noticeable throughout the story is the use of the author of colors in a number of her descriptions. These colors were used as...
Symbolism in The Glass Menagerie
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...symbol within the story. Laura's collection of glass animal figures mirrors several of her personality traits. Her mother references the glass menagerie when talking about Laura and comments “She lives in a world of her own—a world of—little glass ornaments” (scene v). Laura is delicate and needs to be handled carefully because “Glass breaks so easily. No matter how careful you are" (scene vii). Just as glass is transparent and superficially uninteresting so is Laura. However, in the right light those tiny glass creatures refract light in a number of various and vibrant colors. This is similar to Laura who may appear shy and boring... Symbolism in Tennessee Williams' “The Glass Menagerie”...
Symbolism in a Short Story
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...Symbolism Short stories are very short in length when compared to other popular forms of written literature. What makes these stories so effective is the use of literary devices to convey the theme of the story to the readers. These include symbolism, foreshadowing, characterization, imagery, allegory and motifs. Symbolism is the most common method of expressing the theme of the story effectively. By using four different short stories, the following paragraphs show how the authors make use of symbolism to make the theme of story more appealing to the reader A clean well lighted place: The major theme of the story is the idea that life is nothing. The major... ? of the of the Short stories – Theme and...
Animal
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...Animal In the year 2146, the world will have faced diverse climatic change. This change, is believed to be caused mostly by increased human activities and industrialization, has affected not only the vegetation, human beings but also animals. This includes domestic, wild animals, both land and aquatic animals. In my case, I will discuss on Cycopus Bear (Kingsolver, 56). This is a fiction animal that temperate climatic conditions especially along the equatorial regions. This mammal has being biologically created by United Nations random animal generator machine. The Cycopus Bear is a hairy mammal, in the family of Ursidae. Its body is not large as the common bear. The male bear has brown... Fictional...
Orwell’s Animal Farm
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...Animal Farm When Orwell wrote his book, The Animal Farm, there was a misguided notion that the Soviet Union was a success story. To reveal the truth about Soviet Union, Orwell used an allegory to tell the truth that had remained hidden to many people. Animal farm is an allegory that focuses on early twentieth century Russia. The characters, the scenes and items used in the book represent real people and events that occurred during Great Russian revolution. This study will examine two main characters from the novel namely Napoleon and Snowball. The study will also analyze the use of irony and symbolism in the novel and how these bring out the themes of power corrupts, inequality, violence... Orwell’s...
Characterization and Symbolism
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...symbolic images" (26). Brown undergoes a spiritual trial, as Eberwein suggests, for he clearly grapples with matters of faith. Hawthorne seemed to want to demonstrate a characters (and a cultures) inability to integrate all that exists outside of his value-framework. As Eberwein claims, the story offers "profound insight into the failures of Puritan morality" (26). Brown indeed experiences his non-rational, animal, natural self, which is screaming for expression because it finds no welcome home in this converted spiritual state. His dark half poses a challenge to his white Christian self, in effect saying, "Look at me, the evil other. I am you, your double, your devil! How... 26 April 2007...
Animal play VS human play
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...Animal play VS human play Content analysis (systematic examination of a text or group of text, looking for patterns and/or themes, especially in the language). The first text by Brown, discusses the different types of plays that are usually written and acted out. His discussions and analysis are based on animal plays involving animal characters like bears, lionesses and human beings all combined together in one play making it a spectacular work of art. These plays according to his discussion are full of imagination some of which is totally unbelievable for example he explains about play ballet where a polar bear which is normally...
Symbolism in Of Mice and Men
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...Symbolically, he depicts the basic animal-like characteristics inherent in man. As Peter Lisca describes, Of Mice and Men focuses upon a fallen... Symbolism in Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck, a Californian, set much of his writing in the Salinas Valley near San Francisco. He blends realism with a sort of romanticism that extols virtue in poor farmers. His fiction Of Mice and Men bears out the powerlessness of such people, who usually are the first to suffer during periods of political unrest and economic upheaval. Of Mice and Men is a story of George and Lennie, two ranch hands, who wish to flee the ranch in search of some place they could call their own, a place where they could live an idyllic existen...
Imagery and Symbolism in Surfacing by Margaret Atwood
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...Symbolism Introduction Most use imagery to explain or describe sensitive experiences in their text. For instance, there are two major types of imagery. These include visual imagery, which pertains to sight, allowing the reader clearly see the events and places in the entire text, and auditory imagery, which pertains sound in the form of onomatopoeia and uses languages like sounds of bells chimed and crows. Other forms of imageries include olfactory imagery, gustatory imagery, tactile imagery, kinesthetic imagery, and organic imagery. Symbolism on the other side is the interpretation form of an object or ritual used in writing, customs, and arts. Authors use symbolism because... of their...
Symbolism in The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
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...animals in the Novel (their symbolic significance) The animals in the novel have symbolic significance. The animal kingdom is represented in many instances from dogs to dragons and all of them have symbolic significance. Animals can be divided in to two groups: one belonging to evil and other belonging to good. Animals related to Flagg are the harbingers of evil and destruction while animal of the good group represent faithfulness. Frisky represents the archetypal guide soothsayer who brings the protagonists to their required destination... ? [Symbolism in the Eyes of the Dragon] This brief paper depicts different facets of symbolism in Stephen King’s novel “The Eyes of the Dragon”. Symbolism in The Eyes ...
Mythology and Symbolism in Irish Literature
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...symbolic works of Longley, to my mind, is his 'We Follow the Footprints of Animals'. History, mythology and symbolism are combined in it, creating some kind of way... Dreaming and Mythologizing as a 'Peculiarly Irish Phenomenon' The present work is the synoptic essay, discussing the question of mythology and symbolism in Irish literature. According to Elmer Andrews, 'the disposition for dreaming and mythologizing is a 'peculiarly Irish phenomenon'. (Andrews 1995, p. 10 ) The work is aimed to prove, that it is often used in Irish literature, using parallels with Celtic mythology and other national symbols. The three literary works to be analyzed and used to prove the statement will be: W.B. Yeast's 'Sel...
The Horse Dealer's Daughter
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...symbols and metaphors to address the intent latent within the plot. In manifesting so, Lawrence used ample animal imageries to fulfill his pursuit. These usages of animal imageries can be seen as a symbolic device operating within the plot of the story to achieve the end result generating a subtle sarcasm and humor in the story. So, the role of animals in the story and the relations between these animals... analysis in the story, “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter”. Andrew Maunder further explains the affinity of the writers of that age towards symbols. Maunder explains, “The short fiction of the period relies heavily on symbols such as this one in “Bliss”...
Essay on All the Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy
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...animal was free, no one has any power or right over him. Grady is an existentialist character, but the other ones don't have so much strength. If Grady believes that his decisions can change the world, can make a difference, the other characters were often driven by fate. It is very obvious that Grady does not believe in destiny as long as he can think and act by himself. The novel has a circular feature. It opens with the grandfather's death and it ends with the funeral of a woman servant called "grandmother". If the former death symbolized the collapse of a system and the beginning of the Grady's conquest, the latter may... In Search of the Truth John Grady Cole is the main character of "All the...
Ancient Religious Beliefs: Prehistoric to 1500 BC
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...Animal Worship Animal worship as mainly associated with certain deities across the prehistoric time all through to the 1500 BC. Each religion had a way of describing the animals and the worship evolved for some while others abandoned it completely in the modern civilization. Animal symbolism in ancient European civilizations was a common phenomenon. The Greek, for instance, associated the owl with wisdom. The main attribute that ought to be noted here is that unlike religions where animals... ? Ancient Religious Beliefs: Prehistoric to 1500 BC Ancient Religious Beliefs: Prehistoric to 1500 BC Religious beliefs are strong beliefs in mystic powers that seemingly control human destiny. This portrays human...
Biblical symbolism in "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"
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...animate his story - crucifixion and resurrection; sin and salvation; loss of faith and faith’s renewal are expressed with an easy charm and through the use of Biblical references that are easily recognizable and powerfully relatable. Lewis and his friend J.R.R. Tolkien belong to a group of Christian authors who pioneered the modern literary milieu of fantasy. Symbolism and allegory are central to this tradition, which can be traced to Dante. Lewis’ representation of crucifixion and salvation... Faith and Fantasy: Biblical Symbolism in ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ C.S. Lewis’ symbolic tale is as much an expression of the author’s admittedly child-like Christian faith as it is an entertaining...
500 word essay symbolism in the short story the glass menagerie
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...symbol within the story. Lauras collection of glass animal figures mirrors several of her personality traits. Her mother references the glass menagerie when talking about Laura and comments “She lives in a world of her own—a world of—little glass ornaments” (scene v). Laura is delicate and needs to be handled carefully because “Glass breaks so easily. No matter how careful you are" (scene vii). Just as glass is transparent and superficially uninteresting so is Laura. However, in the right light those tiny glass creatures refract light in a number of various and vibrant colors. This is similar to Laura who may appear shy... Symbolism in Tennessee Williams “The Glass Menagerie” NUMBER DUE Tennessee...
Symbolism essay
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...symbolism essay-- "Yours" by Mary Robison The hallmark of a good is—he/she succeeds in establishing a relationship that kindles curiosity in the first few sentences of the story. Mary Robison does precisely that to create a range of emotional and intellectual responses in the readers, through symbols. By using symbols the writer can evoke a wide array of feelings, and the reader is hooked. Symbols have a marked effect on the minds of a reader. Robison rolls out many symbolic expressions in the beginning of the story. The old couple in the evening of life—suffering from cancer—what more is required to draw instant sympathy of the readers? Allison carries with effort, the pumpkins... ? Order 537063 Topic:...
Examine the use of animal imagery in modern short stories and their symbolic significance
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...Animal Imagery Throughout time, authors have used animals to help emphasize human emotions and attitudes. Depending on the type of animal used, authors have been able to use the symbol of the animal to represent fidelity, cleanliness, fastidiousness, courage, ferocity, wildness, domesticity, etc. The symbolism of the animal often depends on the particular animal in question. A cat might symbolize the ideals of domesticity, cleanliness or sneaky behavior. A dog can represent everything from loyal... companionship to relentless hunter. It seems the most common animals used are either very wild animals such as tigers, wolves or bears or they are very...
Religious Symbolism
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...animals and share with the poor. This shows that they have a responsibility to cater for the poor in the society and such social gatherings facilitates good relations between people on the Muslim community. It is worth noting that although some rituals or symbols are shared between religions, the circumstances are different. For instance, although both Muslims and Christians view water as a way of achieving cleanliness in the spiritual perspective, usage of the water in church and mosques is different. Muslims wash with water before prayers which signifies that they want to enter Holy grounds such as the mosque... Religious Symbolism It has been known for a long time that...
Critical essay comparing three specific works of art
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...animal symbolism was created and this made him be viewed as one of the foundation artists for that genre. During the transformation period, Matisse was entangled it and this lead to the birth of the great artist (Walther, 2003). In the initial early stages artists were involved in the painting of still images, as well as tutorial landscapes that lacked the influence of the wild beast. Moreover, Henri Matisse was accredited for the paintings, as well as the cut outs often seen as real pictures independent of any constructed activities. As such, he was the first artist to be accredited for the works involving ornately- decorated portraits. For instance... ? Three Specific Works of Art Introduction The...
Critical essay comparing three specific works of art
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...animal symbolism was created and this made him be viewed as one of the foundation artists for that genre. During the transformation period, Matisse was entangled it and this lead to the birth of the great artist (Walther, 2003). In the initial early stages artists were involved in the painting of still images, as well as tutorial landscapes that lacked the influence of the wild beast. Moreover, Henri Matisse was accredited for the paintings, as well as the cut outs often seen as real pictures independent of any constructed activities. As such, he was the first artist to be accredited for the works involving ornately- decorated portraits. For instance... Three Specific Works of Art Introduction The...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Equality Animal Equality is an organization of international stature which strives to give the animal the rights which they should have. Itwas formed in 2006 in the city of Madrid and is currently working in countries of United Kingdom, Spain, Peru, Venuzuela and Colombia. Animal Equality strives to aware people about the harshness that the animals are facing these days and control the inhumane deaths of these species. They try to do this by educating individuals about speciesism and veganism. They carry out activities which would help the general public to know the truth about what is happening...
Animal welfare
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...Animal Welfare Animal welfare is a term that has been used extensively by consumers, corporations, politicians, veterinarians and other people. Although the term is common among these people, the meaning differs considerably among these people. Everyone has a different view on the meaning of animal welfare. Farmers and veterinarians view animal welfare as the physical environment and the body, and if the animal is faring well that is it is healthy and producing well (Hewson 496). Animal research in regards to the animal welfare has primarily focused on the body and they...
Animal Research
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...Animal research and the rights of animals al affiliation) Introduction Person for the ethical treatment of animals (PeTA) is an organization concerned with animal rights and is based in Virginia in the United States of America. The organization advocates for the rights of the animals throughout the world. Their slogan asserts that animals do not belong to the people to be won, eaten, experiment on, abused or used for entertainment. One of the main focuses of the organization is to prevent use of the animals in conducting scientific experiments (Varner, 2010). Many scientific experiments are conducted on animals before being directed to the human being. Among the tests done on animals... are...
Animal Behaviour
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...Animal Behaviour ‘Ethical consideration for the laboratory based studies on animals’ Medical Researchers need to device methods and drugs to combat diseases. They need to ascertain that a particular drug is safe for human use and they need to record any harmful effects it can cause in a human being, for these reasons and more a lot of experiments are need to be done on living organisms. Experimenting on animals is necessary when it unethical and impractical to experiment on humans. However, it is established that a lot of these experiments cause pain and sufferings to the animals and reduces their quality of life. It is...
Animal rights
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...Animal Rights Introduction The world holds a strong position with regard to rights and respect. Advocates and lawyers hold high positions and stands pertaining to the rights of a human being in the public world. Little however is known concerning the rights of animals. Scientists and the general public bridge the power of most animals in varied research and extensions. Human beings tend to overlook the point that the general human race form pargt and parcel of the animals in the globe. The inflictions of pain, subject to stress, or even murder in the name of research are all issues facing the animal society in the today’s world. In that regard therefore... Saeed Almarar Dr. Gillete ENG 108 MW 9:AM 4/20...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Rights Introduction It is not unusual that man and other animals would be seen together, or even be living together, if one explores evolution or creation. Throughout history, animals have been known to have attended man’s existence as co-inhabitants of the world, both as friend or as prey on either side, with friendly co-existence as the more natural relationship that would persist. History would provide some evidence even of man being buried together with his pet animal as revealed in some archaeological studies, indicating man’s closeness to animals, particularly dogs. In fact, even to the present day, dogs, among other animals, have proven themselves to have great utility value... ?#591304...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal Cruelty Faced By Domestic Pets Introduction People often feel happy whenever they look at our pets. The culture of keeping pet animals at home is apparently a symbol of animal love. The general perception is animal lovers love keeping pets. Pets bring joy to a person’s life. Having pets gives the pet owner a medium to express the emotions of joy, fear and many complex emotions, which are difficult to express to another person. Some people also keep pets because of there exotic breed and the attention they provide. Whatever might be the reason to have a pet at home be it the love for...
Animal Memory
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...Animal Memory Whenever the existence and extent of memory of animals is being assessed, learning and rationality is always included since memory isthe basic and initial step of these brain activities in organisms. In order for an animal to learn or be able to assess its environment, it needs to make use of past information gathered in the form of memory. Learning is an essential part of every organism since it is through this process wherein the animal can identify changes or consequences in the environment that is relevant to the survival and reproduction of a particular species. Instinct is the primary survival tool of...
Animal rights
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...Animals Rights Since inception, a common perception prevailed that believed in “dominion over the fish of the sea, over the fowl of the air, over the cattle and over all the world and over every creeping thing that creped upon the earth” [1]. However the man kind started treating the animals as their property in many ways. The man kind was never entitled to use animals for entertainment purposes to say the least. Realization has been around in this regard and throughout centuries people have raised voice for animals rights The first instance in this regard was noticed in 1635 when a legislation was brought to forefront...
Animal Ethics
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...Animal Research Laws and Regulation for the protection of chicken in the United s Submitted by: Animal Ethics 2nd DRAFT November 3, 2014 Animal Research Laws and Regulation for the protection of chicken in the United States ABSTRACT This paper is focused on the importance of laws and regulations that aims to protect farm animals, particularly, the chickens. There has been alarming news about the loss of this animal thru improper management, cruelty, diseases and disasters. Laws and regulations have been imposed for three decades already, yet laws protecting chicken are not given attention. This observation made me to be interested in laws that cover protection to chicken. Chickens... Cover Page...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal Cruelty This study is centered towards analyzing various aspectsof animal cruelty. Animal cruelty has been chosen as a research issue since it is associated with other forms of crimes occurring across the globe. In every country, animals are striving to live and prevent themselves from any form of harm. Animal cruelty is not considered as a major issue in research field since it is assumed that many charitable organizations take care of animals. In real world scenario, animals are not considered as an integral part of the society. This topic will emphasize on steps...
Animal Eyes
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...Animal eyes Eyes form extremely essential parts of any animal’s body. They display diverse colors at different times of the day. Animals, for instance, cats and dogs have a compressing sheet of cells that resemble mirror commonly known as Tapetum Licidum (Pendergrast 25). Tapetum Licidum acts like a reflecting surface that reflects light back to the photoreceptors of the retina, hence enhancing animals’ vision especially in the dark (Winifred & Krause 16). This process enables animals to see efficiently in the dark. The color change in any animal’s eye is due to many different substances that comprise Tapetum Licidum of an animal’s eye, for instance, zinc... Key Words: Red Eye Effect, Tapetum Licidum,...
Animal Welfare
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...Animal Welfare Abstract The nutritional shift from red meat to white meat in this age of fast food has created huge demand for white meat production. The huge demand has therefore led to large scale commercial animal farming. Chicks for beef chicken - also called broilers – for instance, are currently chosen genetically to give faster growing breeds with good beef. This process of farming often disregards the welfare of the animal. This report explores the conflict between cheap food and the well-being of farm animals. Also explored in the report is the likelihood of people paying more to get organic chicken meat. This report highlights some of the best and worst farming trends in European... ...
Animal welfare
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...animal farming. Chicks for beef chicken - also called broilers – for instance, are currently chosen genetically to give faster growing breeds with good beef. This process of farming often disregards the welfare of the animal. This report explores the conflict between cheap food and the well-being of farm animals. Also explored in the report is the likelihood of people paying more to get organic chicken meat. This report highlights some of the best and worst farming trends in European countries and discusses... the effects of such practices on the welfare of the animal. Further, it suggests good farming practices and some alternative to fast animal farming....
Animal right
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...Animal Rights Introduction Animal rights are the ideology that animals have certain rights which have to be protected under the law. These animal rights were governed by several philosophical theories which were set up by different theorists about the interests of animals, moral duties towards animals, and why animal rights are important. This paper will assess the views of Tom Regan on animal rights as compared to the utilitarian view of animal rights. Regan gave the philosophy of animal rights in his famous book The...
Animal paper
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...animal and the actions it undertakes in a given day I believe a bass violin would be the best instrument to suit this purpose. In this way the low bass would symbolize the size and strength of the animal whereas the higher tenor sounds that could be generated along the upper reaches of the fingerboard could help to symbolize the shades of meaning, and thrill that the animal must feel when it rises to the surface and/or jumps into the ocean air. Musical Dynamics Not surprisingly, the musical style must take on the dynamics of power, suspense, and thrill in order to accurately represent the actions... ? Section/# The Whale The Animal The whale is the largest variety of mammal...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal Cruelty. A growing debate among animal rights activist the world over revolves the use of animals as s forscientific studies and experiments. This is particularly so in the medical world which relies on animals to carry out research that leads to the development of new medicines. Animals are used the world over by scientists in their efforts at developing new medicines and testing both efficacy and safety of their medicines. In majority of the experiments, animals have to suffer excruciating pains while at the same time their quality of life is significantly affected in the...
Animal Cruelty
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...Animal Cruelty Animal cruelty is the act of being abusive to animals. This abusive behavior towards animals is broad range that includes inflicting pain to animals which includes recreation animal fighting such as dog fight, killing them for body parts such as their ivory for elephants and fur for tigers and bears. Cruelty towards animals is not only sadistic but also a symptom of violence and being such, should be stopped. Animal cruelty should be stopped particularly to animals which we regard as pets and members of our family. It is...
Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare
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...Animal Rights versus Animal Welfare Animals are part of the environment and should be protected from the changes that human activities have caused on the environment. Animal protection can be done through animal rights and animal welfare. Animal rights refer to the concept of considering the interest of animals at the same level of concern as considering human interests. Animal welfare ensures that the physical and psychological health of the animals is observed. The terms used in animal protection show...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Testing be banned? An Ethical Exploration Introduction One of the most debated topics in modern animal right discourses is whether animals should be used for scientific test or not. There is always a group of scholars and common people who are dead against the animal test. On the other hand, considerate people opine that animals can be used in scientific experiments, if such experiments are meant for the betterment of humanity and animal kingdom. Some of those who are against animal-testing argue that those animals which possess consciousness and a certain level of rational capability should have the right not to be used for scientific experiment. Another group argues... that the...
Animal Rights
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...Animal Testing be banned? An Ethical Exploration Introduction One of the most debated topics in modern animal right discourses is whether animals should be used for scientific test or not. There is always a group of scholars and common people who are dead against the animal test. On the other hand, considerate people opine that animals can be used in scientific experiments, if such experiments are meant for the betterment of humanity and animal kingdom. Some of those who are against animal-testing argue that those animals which possess consciousness and a certain level of rational capability should have the right not to be used for scientific experiment. Another group argues... that the...
Animal Memory
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...Animal Memory Whenever the existence and extent of memory of animals is being assessed, learning and rationality is always included since memory is the basic and initial step of these brain activities in organisms. In order for an animal to learn or be able to assess its environment, it needs to make use of past information gathered in the form of memory. Learning is an essential part of every organism since it is through this process wherein the animal can identify changes or consequences in the environment that is relevant to the survival and reproduction of a particular species. Instinct is the primary survival tool of...
Animal rights
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...animals for testing and trial purpose before using a particular type of drugs or treatment procedure to a human being. The animals used, in this case, have rights that control various factors on how they can be used for experimental purposes. Using animals for this purpose has its advantages and limitations. Pros of lab animal... Introduction Variations and changes in socio-economic activities around the world have posed immense pressure on the medical sector. Unknown diseases caused by unknown bacterial infections are emerging at an alarming rate. Also, the existing disease-causing organisms are changing and becoming resistance to the existing drugs and treatment system. The research involves using...
Animal testing
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...Animal research refers to the use of non-human species in medical research to estimate or evaluate the chemical toxicity or physiological effects of a drug before it is disseminated for human use. This is a medical research tradition that is rooted in the past and its fruits have been enjoyed and will continue to be enjoyed in the coming generations. The medical practitioners have credited this procedure due its cheapness, human-friendliness and its relative efficiency. However, criticism has emerged to raise concerns of animal cruelty and species extinction, and ineffectiveness of the process in providing a guarantee to human safety. The same government that recommended safety... English Preface Animal ...
Animal Experimentation
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...ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION (A CRITICAL ANALYSIS) Introduction: The practice of testing on animals goes back many centuries. In A.D 100's, a Greek physician Galen proved that veins carry blood and not air as it was previously believed. This event was recorded as the first known use of animals in medical research. Today, animals are still being experimented for a variety of reasons. For example, they are used to test new drugs and medical procedures, which determine whether it is beneficial to humans, or harmful. Other uses include learning the harmful effects of a new product such as a cosmetic, food additive, or an...
Animal testing
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...animals have been medicines, drugs, cosmetics’ among other discoverers and inventors tools of testing their endeavors’ success as well as efficacy. The topic of the use of animals for scientific research/animal testing elicits mixed opinions in different individuals. Some of the animals that are used for research include rats, mice, rabbits, primates, dogs, cats, birds among others. Millions of those and other animals are locked in laboratories all over the world. While proponents for animal testing give numerous arguments in its favor such as the argument that it furthers the cause of scientific progress... and that it advances civilization in such fields as technology, medicine among...
Animal rights
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...Animal Rights The rights of animals can be argued by many. Many feel that humans are dominant over animals so that gives the animals less rights. Others may argue that animals deserve as many rights as humans. Whichever argument one may take sides on, it is apparent that animals are alive just like humans. Animals can be ones best friend and animals can protect. Animals are able to show feeling. Showing feeling and the ability to know what is right or wrong leaves room for judgment. If animals can be judged for their...
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