My Antonia
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...Antonia (Cather); one can almost track the development of feminist literature of this era. First, we have the work of Kate Chopin, The Awakening, which is always a little different. Her protagonist, Edna, discovers her sexuality and also finds her voice, but cannot make herself accept the behaviour required of her by her environment and chooses instead to die. Daisy Miller, the title and protagonist of Henry James’ novel, is exploring her own freedom in the novel. She behaves in unseemly ways for her environment... ?Literary Development of the Possibility of Feminist Power In comparing three works that deal with the development of power by women: Daisy Miller (James), The Awakening (Chopin) and My...
My Antonia
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...Antonia’s struggle throughout her childhood and adolescence Antonia in the book My Antonia is both a character and a symbol of many things. Cather has conveyed this to the audience in the introduction in these words, “[Ántonia was] a Bohemian girl whom we had known long ago and whom both of us admired. More than any other person we remembered, this girl seemed to mean to us the country, the conditions, the whole adventure of our childhood” (Cather 2). Throughout the play, Antonia is shown struggling at different points in time both in her childhood and adulthood. Cather reveals to her readers how the struggles faced by Antonia throughout her childhood lead her to achieve... independence while...
My Antonia
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...Antonia’s mother and Emmaline Burden, Jim’s grandmother are two of the most important characters of the play The Antonia. The two are neighbors and Mrs. Shimerda often seeks help from Emmaline Burden in domestic matters. Mrs. Shimerda is new in America and has minimal knowledge of English while Emmaline Burden is American and is fully competent in English. Thus, Emmaline Burden is in a position to help Mrs. Shimerda financially and otherwise, and she does full justice to her position, though her efforts are least appreciated by Mrs. Shimerda. There is a great deal of difference between the ways the two of them behave... 27 July Mrs. Shimerda vs Emmaline Burden: Comparison and Contrast Mrs. Shimerda,...
My Antonia, Part I
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...Antonia, Part I Order No. 516552 ‘My Antonia’ written by Willa Cather, is a very touching and sensitive story revolving around our male protagonist Jim Burden. Jim is orphaned at the young age of ten and is seen moving from Virginia to Nebraska and embarking on a new life in a new place with his grandparents. Jim is on the brink of adolescence and his new home in the sprawling plains of the Nebraskan prairies is quite the perfect setting for Jim’s adventurous beginning. In this essay we are going to investigate the adventures of Jim and try to analyze the relationship he shares with some of the people he closely associates with, thereby trying to analyze both sides of his personality. Jim’s... ?My...
Literary Analysis: My Antonia
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...Antonia”, the environment or nature not only contributes to the buildup of the setting of the novel, but also it assumes a dominant role in shaping the theme as well as developing the central characters of the novel. In the novel, this influential role of Nature has been worked out through its continuous but passive companionship with the characters. The nature’s role is passive in the sense that it does not directly interact with the characters; rather the narrator, Jim, portrays it in such a way that it encroaches into the theme of the novel with an influencing presence. In other words, Nature or environment appears... Nature’s Influence on the Central Characters of “My Antoia” In Willa Cather’s “My...
My Antonia by Willa Cather
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...ANTONIA INTRODUCTION 'My Antonia' was written by Willa Cather; and almost possesses an autobiographical elementto it, because the author was born and brought in the settings she uses in the novel. The novel is about a Bohemian family that moves to Nebraska. The journey that life takes them through, is related in a memoir by Jim Burden, who befriended the family when he was just ten years old; and continues to stay in touch with them even after becoming a successful lawyer in New York City. The novel belongs to the Modernist era of literature and comprises the varied elements of a typical Modernist piece of work. This paper attempts to analyse the concept of 'class... ' as portrayed in the...
Film review the film is My Antonia
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...Antonia Film Review My Antonia, a film produced by Victoria Riskin and David Rintels, was released in 1995. It stars Neil Patrick Harris in the lead role. The cinematography and music are handled by Robert Primes and Lori Slomka respectively. Based on a classic literary novel of the same name by Willa Cather, the screenplay is adapted by Victoria Riskin. Directed by Joseph Sargent, the movie stars Jason Robards (Josiah Burden), Eva Marie Saint (Emmaline Burden) and Neil Patrick Harris (Jimmy Burden) in lead character roles. The script of the film manages to retain most key aspects of the original written work. Set in the late nineteenth century Nebraska,...
Critical passage about Willa Cather's "My Antonia"
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...Antonia" In chapter seven of the book the tries to bring in the theme on immigrants’ experience in the United States of America. This is seen when Jim gets annoyed by the fact that Ántonia had alerted him about the snake in her native Bohemian instead of doing in English. Most of the immigrants were expected to conform to the US way of life despite the fact that they had their own cultures. In chapter seven it can be seen how much the author makes good use of imagery to depict occurrences during the incidents entailed. For instance, you will notice that the writer does use words to depict Ántonia’s admiration toward Jim after Jim uses the spade that he was carrying to kill... Willa Cathers "My Antonia" ...
WOMEN AND GENDER ROLE IN MY ANTONIA BY WILLA CATHER
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...Antonia by Willa Cather Willa Cather in her novel my Antonia makes a firm stance regarding the ‘Modern Woman’ by using their powerful natures and their boldfaced sexuality of the female characters in the novel. This novel was written a year before women were allowed to vote in the United States. And it comes to show us that the power of women does not only lie within being able to voting rights but it extends beyond it, they are capable of much more and they should take a stand against the societal stereotypes and make new roles for themselves in all walks of life. Willa Cather was a progressive feminist and she has highlighted issues in the novel which are under... Thesis ment on Gender Roles in...
Nature's Influence on the Central characters of "My Antonia"
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...Antonia”, deals with the narrator Jim Burden’s attempt to revive his past in the prairie of Nebraska. In the novel, which he gives to Mr. Anton Jalinek as a memoir, he sails back to his childhood in the prairie of Nebraska. Obviously, in such attempt of the narrator, Antonia the protagonist of the novel and the countryside environmental beauty of Nebraska serve as two main anchors to his past in the country. His narration interchangeably revolves around these two, while digging up the highly nostalgic stories of the tidbits in his childhood. Antonia’s presence in Jim’s childhood may seem to be a morsel for a high... Nature’s Influence on the Central Characters of “My Antoia” Willa Cather’s novel, “My...
Short Essay-Close Reading
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...Antonia by Willa Cather Introduction: My Antonia by Willa Cather is a story of the protagonist Jim Burden, who narrates it in the form of a Memoir. It has five books divided into several chapters. In the third chapter in book three, Jim talks about how he spent his time during the spring season. Jim attended quite some plays together with Lena Lingard. This chapter describes in detail their experience watching a play called Camille, which is a story of a man’s love for a woman, who is dying of tuberculosis. This chapter directly follows the previous chapter where Jim is seen alone in the city when he meets Lena and plans to go out in the evenings to the...
Family on Film
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...Antonia’s Line” both show mothers who break the bonds of tradition and cultural expectations of mothering. However, the main maternal characters of each movie respectively, Beth and Antonia, break these bonds in negative and positive ways. For Antonia and her progeny, including Danielle, the break is positive, and shows a feminist spirit towards a new day in which women won’t need men to have children. But for Beth, the bonds are broken in a negative way, as she tries to exert too much control over her sons, resulting in psychological trauma and lasting scars on the family. In both of these movies, the directors show these mothers in different terms... of success: Beth does not succeed...
Nature's Influence on the Central Characters of "My Antoia"
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...Antonia”, the environment or nature notonly contributes to the buildup of the setting of the novel, but also it assumes a dominant role in shaping the theme as well as developing the central characters of the novel. In the novel, this influential role of Nature has been worked out through its continuous but passive companionship with the characters. The nature’s role is passive in the sense that it does not directly interact with the characters; rather the narrator, Jim, portrays it in such a way that it encroaches into the theme of the novel with an influencing presence. In other words, Nature or environment appears... Nature’s Influence on the Central Characters of “My Antoia” In Willa Cather’s “My...
Film or Play Review.
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...Antonia (alluding to Prospero’s brother Antonio) is returning to the performance industry as an actress. Philip is pushed over his threshold when he discovered that Antonia is having an affair with his employer Alonzo, a tycoon who owns numerous casinos and hotels. With his boyish teenage daughter Miranda, Philip leaves New York in search of a new life. In order to avoid Antonia and Alonzo, he proceeds to create his... The Slave-holding Architect in Paul Mazursky’s Tempest As a loose adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Paul Mazursky has reinvented Prospero as a renowned architect in New York facing a mid-life crisis. While he is struggling with his successful yet unfulfilling career, his wife...
CHANGING CLOTHES IN CHINA
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...Antonia Finnane The modernization of the society already liberates a lot of matters in the human communities today. In China, this revolution of culture has caused so much change in the process by which the people there utilized clothes and styles to define themselves as parts of the modern Chinese society. In the book of Antonia Finnane, the revolution from classical china towards the modern years have been presented through the use of the clothes presentation of the different clothing lines that had characterized the different timelines that governed China through the years. Considerably, the understanding of the different clothes of the said... Changing Clothes in China: Fashion, History, Nation...
Employment Law in Ireland
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...Antonia. She is pregnant and apparently is being exposed to chemicals at Pisces that might be harmful to her baby. The first relevant law the must be examined is the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. Under this law, the employer is obliged to ensure the safety, health and welfare of its employees. This includes the obligation to manage and conduct work activities in a way that ensures the safety, health and welfare of its employees; and 菟roviding and maintaining facilities and arrangements for the welfare of his or her employees at work(Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 (1)(8)). What this means to Pisces is that Pisces is obligated... Question The first question relates to...
Fear
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...Antonia, represents a litany of fears that serve to provide a profound and directive effect on the way that the character integrates with the world around him. Naturally, the story itself is almost entirely built around Jim’s attraction to Antonia; however, the sub plot that pervades the story is with regards to the manner in which Jim Buren struggles between the representation of what others see that he should be and what he himself wishes to be. This evokes a set of fears in Jim with regards to how others view him and it is one of the main reasons why he chooses to get married... Section/# Fears According to the piece by Phil Barker, the main determinant for fear within the individual is threat to...
About fear
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...Antonia depicts his fears in revealing his emotions to Antonia for whom he had something between a filial bond and a crush. He admires Antonia's life including the triumphs and struggles. Jim develops and experiences the fear of indifference as he sets forth to commence a new life with his grandmother after the death of his parents. Jim is not sure about the life he would want to lead in this new environment where everything and everyone in his assumption is dissimilar. Jim dives into the content found in the book to define a relationship that corresponds to the challenges he faces and therefore the application of the memoir strongly indicates his awareness of fears. It is clear that he... About Fear...
Religions in American
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...Antonia 25). Participation... Religions in American Introduction Religion forms an essential part of one’s life since childhood. Therefore, this dictates later the kind of person one will be based on the facts he or she has learned and grew up with from childhood. It is these facts and beliefs that an individual utilizes to evaluate varied challenges, which he or she encounters in life that may seem threatening his or her existence. For instance, bodily illnesses that characterize Wilson’s mother health, which almost prove to her young daughter otherwise contrary to what she has grew up believing (Wilson 87). In most cases, these predicaments and numerous mysteries, which young people cannot comprehend...
Cultural Event Report
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...Antonia Joy-Wilson. While the dances vary from classical dances to story based. Animations are also included in portraying the full message of Chinese culture. Provide a summary of the event and describe your overall reaction after attending the event. Performances began at 8:00 am. First to perform were a group of Chinese ladies approximately sixty dancers. They performed a classical dance, there costumes were superb silk clothing and ribbons with bright colors there dresses where red white and green. The dance involved turns, leaping air flips spins and side ways movements in a well choreographed pattern. What followed was a group of other female dancers with white...
Conflicts on Film: Breaking Away and Antonias Line
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...Antonia's Line The role of conflict in film is to examine a certain character's reaction to an adverse situationand how he or she comes up a resolution to work it out. This is a critical part in weaving the film's story, in general. Conflicts are sometimes placed in the climax where every question is revealed an answer. In fact, this is the part where the film's premise comes to a full circle. For all we know, conflicts arise in real life. Society's interest in conflict resolution as an established process has grown over the years. Conflict resolution courses, institutes and workshops deal with techniques for solving family disputes, community unrest, employee... Conflicts on Film: Breaking Away and...
History, Point of View, Interpretation
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...Antonia Castaneda’s, Spanish Violence against Amerindian Women present two different interpretations of events in the history of California. These different views are due to different ideological perspectives of the two authors. Castaneda focused on the oppression and sexual exploitation of Amerindian women by Spaniards. Her study discussed brutality of soldiers to the women, critically analyzing of situations of the Amerindian women before and during the Spanish conquest of California and how natives reacted. Antonia Castaneda notes, "Sexual violence functions as an institutionalized mechanism for ensuring subordination and compliance. It was one instrument of sociopolitical... The Study of History:...
Papper 2
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...Antonia. Black Tide: The Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2011. Print.... Deepwater Horizon Case Deepwater Case # Clearly, the spill at Deepwater Horizon impacted the lives of many in the region. The spill prevented individuals from using a large portion of the Gulf for recreation as a resource, and destroyed many beaches and wetlands. Consequently, as a result of the spill, eleven people lost their lives, individuals lost their jobs and received significantly lower income thus risking their ability to support themselves and violating the right of subsistence. Despite BP cleanup effort, the negative effect of oil spill can be seen everywhere. Even two years after...
Play review
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...Antonia, who promised to give him the money he required to accomplish the task in wooing Portia. Antonia then talked to shylock who agreed to lend him money interest free under the condition that he must refund the money at the stipulated time, failure to which shylock would chop a piece of his body part. Bassanio sets his journey to Portia’s who advices him to wait for sometime before making his choose... Play Review What did you attend? and playwright/composer I attended a play performance by the merchant of Venice and composed by William Shakespeare. The play focused on Portia and Bassanio as the main characters. Other characters that played a crucial role included Antonio and Shylock. Where was the p...
Gangs and gang behavior - week 8
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...Antonia and Laredo. The gang conflicts with other gangs such as the Texas Syndicate and New Mexican Mafia. It requires all of its members to remain loyal and a potential member has to kill someone to become a gang member. Those who want to get out can only do so if they die, hence the term “blood in, blood out” among its members (Shelden, Tracy & Brown, 2013). The use of drugs and homosexuality are all prohibited. References Shelden, R., Tracy, S., & Brown, W. (2013). “Adult gangs.” In Youth Gangs in American Society (4th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning. Walker, R. (2014, March 14). Mexikanemi prison gang. Retrieved from http://gangsorus.com/mexikanemi_prison_gang.htm... Law The Mexican Mafia of...
Legal & Ethical Issues in Nursing
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...Antonia to hospital from the convenience store where he was in confusion. The second principle implies that, under some circumstances, the physicians can rely... on implied informed consent of the patient information in order to deliver their services as illustrated when the staff used information from Antonia. The patient disclosed that he wanted to kill himself, and they, therefore, used the information to put him under soft psychiatric restraints pending the admission to the acute care psychiatric unit to prevent harm (Ginny, 2010). The third principle is that paediatricians should bring out the best health outcomes, and should collaborate with other health care teams in...
Why is the Earl of Moray's role in the Chaseabout Raid still debated?
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...Antonia Fraser and Jenny Wormald. Fraser views her as a romantic figure, interpreting her union with Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, as one of passion and her alliance with James Hepburn, fourth earl of Bothwell, as a response to his rape of her; generally agreeing with Fraser about the nature of these two marriages, Wormald concentrates on condemning Marys effectiveness as a ruler. This essay will argue not only that she sought to be an effective ruler but also that she did not enter into a marriage of passion with Darnley. It will, however... events in the life of Mary Stewart are controversial, from her birth in 1542 to her death in 1587. The two most well-known modern studies of herare by Antonia...
Assessment of the patient with acute abdominal pain
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...Antonia Lynch and Helen Cugnoni in the article... , and be ready with the report for Doctors’ perusal. The authors also discuss how the nurses can provide basic pharmacological interventions or treatment to the patients. Regarding this aspect, the authors provide a key suggestion or perspetive to the nurses. That is, “in certain cases, nurses may withhold analgesia against pain as they presume that it could interfere with the process of medical staff making a diagnosis, which is however appears to be unfounded.” (Cole, Lynch and Cugnoni, 2006). From the above analysis and review of the article, it is clear that the authors Elaine Cole, Antonia Lynch and Helen Cugnoni have...
South China Sea and the possible construct of a multi-national joint force command
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...Antonia Marquina’s research article has been explicitly used to give a real world example to help illustrate the hypothesis.2 Japan and United formed a formal partnership to improve national economies of both countries; the US-Japan alliance was to be the cornerstone of regional security.3 United States involvement in the ASIA region was to deepen the regional security, architecture and benefit the shared security and prosperity for the future of China and US... Multi-national Joint Force and Future Stability Background For the many past decades, the South China Sea in the pacific region has been the cause of national conflicts between surrounding nations. The region has also caused military tensions and ...
Gothic Literature
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...Antonia. His first attempt is foiled at the last minute by Antonia's mother, Elvira, whom Ambrosio strangles. His second attempt, in which he succeeds, culminates in the fatal stabbing of Antonia. As it turns out, Antonia is his sister and Elvira their mother; thus he has, among his crimes, the rape and murder of his sister and the murder of his mother. His punishment at the end, when the Devil reneges on a pact that would have allowed Ambrosio... GOTHIC LITERATURE Gothic literature relates the darker side of a world of pain and destruction/ fear and anxiety which shadows the daylight world of love and ethereality. Gothic fiction, sometimes referred to as Gothic horror, is a genre of literature that...
Assessment of the Patient with Acute Abdominal Pain.
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...Antonia Lynch, and Helen Cugnoni. The focus of this article was the treatment of patients who present with abdominal pain and the role of the nurse in meeting the needs of those patients with regards to taking histories, assessing potential causes of their pain, and pain management. Article Summary According to this article, abdominal pain is probably the most common reason for seeking medical treatment, and is experienced by people... ?Critical Review Introduction The article being critiqued here is en d “Assessment of the patient with acute abdominal pain”, published in the journal Nursing Standard. It appeared in Volume 20, Issue 39, which was published June 7, 2006, and authored by Elaine Cole,...
Crisis Management: The BP 2010 deep water oil spill
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...Antonia. Black Tide: The Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2011. Print.... Crisis Management: The BP deep water oil spill By definition, crisis management is the practice of how an organization handles a significant event that threatens its very existence (Reid, 3). With the many environmental and human challenges faced in today’s business environment thanks to the advance in technology and other external risk factors, organizations continually work towards optimal preparedness because negative information travels fast in present times. The 2010 BP oil spill is an event that still holds the record as one of the largest disasters in the petroleum industry...
Paradise Now Essay
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...Antonia's Line is a Dutch film which is a delightfully surrealistic look at the life of Antonia and her extended family. It is one particular morning when Antonia decides that it is the day she will die, and so she gathers together her family for her final moments. Maureen Gorris is the director in this film, which won the Most Popular Film Award at 1995's Toronto Film Festival, and this small Dutch film is one of a heady, life... Reflection: A Review of the Literature Reflection: A Review of the Literature Paradise Now is an ingeniously calculated thriller movie which fixates on the flashpoint where psychology and politics ignite in self-destructive martyrdom. The film, directed by Hany Abu-Assad, an...
Managing Workplace Diversity
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...Antonia C. Novello 14. March How I Fount it I did not find it difficult to answer these questions at all. By conducting the research, I realized that women do not only have a rich history, but have made great contributions in the society. Chapter 6 1) I. Puritans and ‘Pilgrims’ came to America from Europe because they were religious conservatives and misfits who had overthrown their government II... Managing Workplace Diversity Chapter 4 If I am part of a multiracial team consisting of employees who come late to themeetings or appear to be anti-social, I would intentionally take the initiative of bridging the gap. I would advise them that even if the company tolerates diversity, punctuality and active...
Week 12 Replies
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...Antonia. Meeting all members/workers and listening to their concerns shows them that management respects them. This will foster loyalty. However, I think it also depends on the size of the organization. it can be hard to do this for a very large organization. 5. RE: main post Brenda Jones 7/3/2014 10:48:48 AM nice post! i think it will always be hard to implement changes especially if the change affects ones lifestyle. this is something personal. like your example, ive seen many places prohibit smoking in their grounds/facility... 1 Mark as Unread RE: Main Post Brenda Jones 6/26 11:25:10 AM hi nice post! its funny because everyone around me seems to know and accept that the only thing constant in life...
Niccol Paganini
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...Antonia Bianchi. But Paganini provided less interest to gain legal approval to this relationship. Still, he looked after their son, named as Achilles Cyrus Alexander. Paganini was succumbed to death in the year... Niccolo Paganini The evolution of western music is indebted to the contributions of world renowned composers/musicians. Within this scenario, Niccolo Paganini’s contributions are noteworthy because his compositions inspired other composers and revolutionized the context of western music. Besides, he is the instigator behind the inculcation of modernity within the scenario of ‘violin technique’. Personal life Paganini was born in the...
Corona positive and negative effect on high voltage technology ( engineering)
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...Antonia/Downloads/9c96052281c846844f.pdf file:///C:/Users/Antonia/Downloads/Paper-E-30.pdf file:///C:/Users/Antonia/Downloads/hv_ref_manual.pdf http://www.ijsret.org/pdf/snigdha2.pdf http://books.google.co.ke/books?id=GdOP5mrKT-oC&pg=PA197&dq=corona+positive+and+negative+effect+on+high+voltage+technology+(+engineering)&hl=en&sa=X&ei=5jVmU8fBDamw7AbtwICQCQ&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=corona%20positive%20and%20negative%20effect%20on%20high%20voltage%20technology%20(%20engineering)&f=false... CORONA Corona is a luminous electrical discharge that is brought about by the ionization of air surroundingan electrically energized conductor. It occurs when there is an excessive potential gradient of the localized...
Gothic fiction
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...Antonia and Ambrosio. Let me have some religious allusions and moral values in another Gothic novel “The Monk.” Antonia is the monk in the church and she is so beautiful. But being a religious monk she is not supposed to indulge in any kind... ?Gothic Fiction Introduction: Gothic fiction is a special genre, which was first introduced by an English Horace Walpole with his novel “The Castle of Otranto.” The genre was later on carried forward by the authors like Charles Maturin, Ann Radcliffe, Bram Stoker, Edgar Allan Poe and Daphne du Maurier. The special attributes of Gothic fiction are romance as well as horror. The romance is shown in the background of horror. The horror is both physical and...
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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...Antonia & Tomas 2008, p. 21... Strategic Management of Information Systems Introduction Strategic management of information systems entails the development and management of systems viewed as important in achieving the overall objectives and goals of an organisation. Information systems have been relied on by most organisations for a while now in implementing various business strategies geared at improving performance and gaining competitive advantage. However, it has to be considered that information technology is relatively new in the business strategy scene. The facilities that information technology provides have an impact on people, organisations and the society in general. In the contemporary...
Potter as a Symbol of Marriage
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...Antonia to meet a girl he believed he loved” (Crane, 1982). One writer noted, “Potter’s marriage weighs ‘upon him like a leaden slab’ and eventually leads to a symbollice death” (Burns/Levernier, 1978). This interplay between what is expected from both the townsfolk and his newlywed wife continues to provide the suspense and action of the story to an even greater extent than does the final showdown between the drunk gunslinger and the marshal. Additionally, Jack Potter’s marriage symbolizes the competing values of traditional marriage as compared with a marriage to one’s... Section/# Potter as a Symbol of Marriage – Second Thoughts – and Disproportionate Responsibilities In his short story, “The Bride...
Different Interpretations of the Relationship between Antonio and Bassanio in the Merchant of Venice
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...Antonia demonstrate a kind of relationship that has attracted different interpretations from scholars and filmmakers. The closeness and the kind of love that Antonio and Bassanio demonstrate towards each other have raised the curiosity of interpreters. These interpretations have led to critic of the play while the interpreters have also been criticized for not abiding with the author’s view. Whichever way, throughout the play the relationship between Antonia and Bassanio is one that can be described as selfless, intimate and brotherly. From one act to another, scene-to-scene Bassanio is seen to be concerned about... Different Interpretations of the Relationship between Antonio and Bassanio in the...
HOW MIGHT THE FAN PRACTICES THAT PRODUCE A CULT TEXT BE CATEGORIZED AS EITHER MASCULINE OF FEMININE; THIS ACCORDING TO GENDERED COMPETENCIES AND DISPOSITIONS AS FOUND IN THE AMERICAN SERIES TRUE BLOOD.
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...Antonia, a powerful necromancer from the 16th Century, possesses her body. This she does so as to exert her revenge on all vampires. As part of her plan, she casts a spell of amnesia on Eric with whom Sookie, having returned to Bon Temps, has a romantic affair. The witch Antonia eventually... ? TASK: HOW MIGHT THE FAN PRACTICES THAT PRODUCE A CULT TEXT BE CATEGORIZED AS EITHER MASCULINE OF FEMININE; THIS ACCORDING TO GENDERED COMPETENCIES AND DISPOSITIONS AS FOUND IN THE AMERICAN SERIES “TRUE BLOOD.” Name: Institution: Lecturer: Date: The award winning and critically acclaimed production: “True Blood” is an American series based on the novel series “The Southern Vampire Mysteries”; that details the...
Feudalism and Capitalism
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...Antonia Massa, both made an analysis of the films in the light of the economical concepts of Feudalism and Capitalism. As to approach, their difference lies in the extent or depth of the study. Warner's approach is more academic having made additional research to provide basis on the characteristics of the concepts of feudalism and capitalism. Massa on the other hand based her analysis on the basic definition of both economic concepts. In simplest of terms Massa was able to identify the concepts of both feudalism... and Massa: Basically Similar And Yet Different in Depth The essay "Matewan and Norma Rae- Feudalism and Capitalism: Examined" by Heather Warner and the essay written by Antonia Massa,...
UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZED CRIME
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...Antonia. (2009). “Boom Times for Global Organized Crime.” CNN Opinion. March 3, 2010. http://www.cnn.com/2009/OPINION/12/14/glenny.organized.crime/index.html.... and Section # of Understanding Organized Crime Organized crime allures a huge challenge to the developed world. The objective of this paper is to illustrate the understanding of organized crime in Japan, Russia, China and Mexico. The paper will compare and contrast the organized crime groups with their US counterparts. Organized Crime Gangsters in most of the developed countries try to keep a low-profile except for Japan, where at least 50 listed companies on the stock exchange are found which have links with the underworld. In the US, the go...
Argumenantive essay about a symbol from a story
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...Antonia to meet a girl he believed he loved” (Crane, 1982). One writer noted, “Potter’s marriage weighs ‘upon him like a leaden slab’ and eventually leads to a symbollice death” (Burns/Levernier, 1978). This interplay between what is expected from both the townsfolk and his newlywed wife continues to provide the suspense and action of the story to an even greater extent than does the final showdown between the drunk gunslinger and the marshal. Additionally, Jack Potter’s marriage symbolizes the competing values of traditional marriage as compared with a marriage... Section/# Potter as a Symbol of Marriage – Second Thoughts – and Disproportionate Responsibilities In his short story, “The Bride Comes to ...
The Tattooed Soldier
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...Antonia as he plans for personal justice as Los Angeles explodes in a fury of arson and looting. This obsession permits... Themes in The Tattooed Soldier The book “The Tattooed Soldier” casts an elusive brightness on the third world terror that lies behind the looks of individuals on the parks and in the pavements of Los Angeles. He writes the heart of a novelist and the eye of a journalist. From the book, the subject of inequality is seen to be a significant matter of concern worldwide, and something should be done to end this issue. The writer writing style is crisp and clear, truly colored by the copious use of Spanish expressions. This review is going to discuss the aspect of redemption, justice,...
The Puerto Rican Americans
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...Antonia Pantoja, who, with her hard work and creative thinking made way for the creation of ASPIRA in 1961. Millions of Latinos who were left behind academically were brought to the front in the development... ?Running Head: PUERTO RICAN AMERICANS The Puerto Rican Americans s Institute’s The Puerto Rican Americans Puerto Rico (formerly known as Porto Rico), is an island lying in the east of Cuba, Dominican Republic and Jamaica islands ( together known as Great Antilles) of West Indies chain of islands, was discovered by an Italian voyager Christopher Columbus on the 19th of November, 1493. (Solarnavigator.net, 2007) History of Immigration: Juan Ponce de Leon became the first overseas governor as he...
Domestic violence and criminal theories
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...Antonia and Dutton Donald. Insecure Attachment and AbusiveIntimate Relationships. In Clulow,C. (Ed.), Adult Attachment and Couple Psychotherapy. The secure base in practise and research. London: Routledge, 2005. Print. . Dutton, Donald. Rethinking Domestic Violence. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006. Print. Fisher, Bonnie, and Steven Lab. Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention. Thousand Oaks, Calif: SAGE Publications, 2010. Print. Godbout, Natacha, Dutton Donald., Lussier Yvan and Sabourin Stephen. “Early... Psychological Theory Explanation to Domestic Violence Conventional approaches to domestic violence can be categorized in psychoanalytic theories; family and systems theories; social theories; ...
Assessment of the Patient with acute Abdominal Pain. Authors: Cole, E, Lynch, A, & Cugnoni, H.
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...Antonia Lynch, and Helen Cugnoni for the journal Nursing Standard in 2006, discusses the various causes of acute abdominal pain from the simplest to the most complex level. It was highlighted in this article the physiological and psychological needs of a patient suffering from this ailment and also the significant role of nurses in the patient assessment, history taking and management. Abdominal pain was defined by Cole et. al.(2006) as one of the most common reasons that people that people seek help for medical care... ?Critique on the Article “Assessment of the Patient with Acute Abdominal Pain” Summary The article “Assessment of the Patient with Acute Abdominal Pain” that was written by Elaine Cole,...
History of Western Art
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...Antonia Da Correggio. Another technique that was also used to give perspective to works of art on canvas was “opening up” of walls, otherwise known as quadratura. It is the uniting of architecture, sculpture, and painting to give the impression of perspective. The painting by Andrea Pozzo on the ceiling on the Jesuit church... HISTORY OF ART Part One: Jan Van Eyck, Arnolfini’s Wedding, 1434 vs. Diego Velasquez, Las Meninas, 1656 Jan van Eyckand Diego Velasquez are revered as baroque influential artists. They did several masterpieces which to date continue to give insight as to what Renaissance art entailed. Eyck in 1434 made a portrait of the wedding between Giovanni Arnolfini with his second bride,...
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