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Eusebius authorial goals in the Life of Constantine
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...authorial goal in the life of Constantine also suggests that God was responsible for fighting many of the battles and challenges that Constantine faced. With those who had faith in him and with God’s support, Constantine succeeded in conquering nations and spreading the gospel of God amidst denial and betrayal. Eusebius... Eusebius’ ial goals in the Life of Constantine Eusebius’ ial goals in the life of Constantine are that he fully devoted himself to worship and spread of the gospel of God. He states that he stood when none did in the Roman Empire to spread and protect the gospel of God. He thinks that Constantine should be highly rewarded for the hectic work he did in spreading the gospel. Therefore,...
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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Science, Science Fiction, or Autobiography by Ginn
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...authorial works for backing his point of autobiographical connection with Frankenstein. Ginn has conducted an in depth study about the life and the literary work, ‘Frankenstein’ of Mary Shelley by making use of enough backup from scholarly writers and critics proving his point of view related to autobiographical elements of Frankenstein. The written article has a strong support from authorial references and validity... ? of the “Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Science, Science Fiction, or Autobiography?” by Ginn “Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: Science, Science Fiction, or Autobiography?” is written by Sherry Ginn who is a renowned author and critic. Sherry Ginn is PhD in General Experimental Psychology and is ...
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English Composition 1
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...authorial writings and it is necessary for the writer to indicate towards the detailed source in order to stay away from plagiarism. The sources used in research paper are detailed enough but they do not follow a writing pattern. The sources also lack certain essential features such as in the first reference, the article title is incomplete; in the second reference... References Roll No: Teacher: 6th December 2008 It is essential for an academic paper to contain a separate page containing Works Cited list or references list. The references given at the end of a document are those that are employed for writing the paper. The writer of a paper or essay takes some ideas and quotations from different...
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The Diamonds (author J Sorie Conteh)
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...authorial voice concluding the novel may seem like a fad-driven intrusion to literary purists: '..what was to become a diamond boom became a curse on the nation. Herein lies the irony. The economic benefits of diamonds, which were meant to free people from the clutches of poverty, instead enslaved them in the clutches of greediness. The Diamonds provides an opportunity to understand the human nature with human miseries. Reference Conteh, J. SorieThe Diamonds, Lekon New Dimensions Publishing, New York, 2001, 248 pages... The Diamonds Human misery is the central point in J. Sorie Conteh's debut novel - The Diamonds. Conteh in this novel offers an intriguing contemporary look at Gibao, a man who ...
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What is Kenneth Burke's theory of definition
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...authorial intention and as it captures the imagination of an audience. The "Dramatistic" method developed by Kenneth Burke fills the need for an instrument to develop both extrinsic and intrinsic criticism. Dramatism has the flexibility to enable us to penetrate several aspects of popular arts from a variety of angles; unlike much of the earlier criticism of popular arts, it is not steeped in the "ideological" paradigm of a single... Each of the methodological approaches to the study of popular arts which have been widely used in the past twenty years or so leaves out one or more elements crucial to the communications process. There are really two major activities to be examined in any work of fiction....
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Artist's intention
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...authorial intent preceded the introduction of Freudian psychology which introduced to arena of critical though the revolutionary ideas associated with subconscious thought and drives. New Criticism is even more aptly applied to the fine arts because of the elevated level... Artistic Intention Literary criticism of the 20th century was dominated by the school of critical theory known as New Criticism. The driving force behind New Criticism was to reassess the central tenet of what must then be called Old Criticism: locating the meaning of a text by discovering what the author intended to say. It is worth nothing, of course, that the critical theory construct of finding meaning by searching for...
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Annotated Bibliography High School Essay
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...authorial intervention. While the article contains valuable insights... Annotated Bibliography Arner, Robert. "Kate Chopin's Realism in At the Cadian Ball' and The Storm'." Markham Review, 2.2 (1970 41. Arner contends that Chopin was a realist and her two stories, "Cadian Ball" and "The Storm" are a study in realism. Arner supports this view through a close textual analysis of both stories. As regards "The Storm" he maintains realism to be primarily expressed in the illicit incident of adultery and both lovers' expressions of feelings and emotions throughout. Within the context of the stated scene, Arner insists that Chopin let the two speaks and act for themselves, with hardly any noticeable...
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A rose for emily
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...authorial entity striving for a language to describe her anything like a lady to the discourse of literature. Works Cited: Belsey, Catherine. “Constructing the Subject: deconstructing the text,” in Feminist Criticism and Social Change, ed. Judith Newton and Deborah Rosenfelt. New York: Methuen, 1985. Print. Faulkner, William. A Rose for Emily, Collected Stories. New York: Vintage, 1977. Print. Weedon, Chris. Feminist Practice and Poststructuralist Theory. New York: Basil Blackwell, 1987. Print.... ?A Rose for Emily: Summary and Analysis A Rose for Emily is a story narrated in five sections. The first section describes Emily Grierson’s death, and town’s attendance of her funeral at Emily’s home unvisited...
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...authorial viewpoint is clear. Campbell endorses the inclusion of free will in discussing human nature and behaviour. I strongly agree... What two conditions must be satisfied, according to Campbell, in order for a choice to be an exercise of free will (in the morally significant sense)? How do these two conditions relate to determinism? In the final part of your answer, provide a reasoned evaluation of Campbell’s defense of free will. At the outset, there is no consensus among philosophers as to the definition of free will. The definitions have ranged between the most banal to the most intellectually rigorous. Since Campbell believes that a well-defined problem facilitates its solution, free will is ident...
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William Faulkner "A Rose for Emily"
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...authorial limitation in Faulkner’s ‘ A Rose for Emily.’ (Special Issue: William Faulkner)." The Mississippi Quarterly 47.3 (1994): 391+. Academic OneFile. Web. 15 Feb. 2013. Davis, William V. “ Another Flower for Faulkner’s Bouquet: Theme and Structure in ‘ A rose for Emily’.” Notes on Mississippi Writers 7.2 (Fall 1974): 34-38. Rpt. in Literature Resource Center. Detroit: Gale, 2013.Literature Resource Center. Web. 15 Feb. 2013.... Lecturer Essay # Character analysis of Emily In the short story A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner, the offers insights into the life of Emily Grierson, and her death. Readers get a deep understanding of the people of Jefferson, the fiction al city where the story...
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The Diamonds by J. Sorie Conteh
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...authorial voice finishing the story may seem like a fad-driven interference to literary purists: 'what was to become a diamond boom became a curse on the nation. Herein lies the irony. The economic benefits... Sur [Supervisor's The Diamonds Ever since their discovery over three thousand years ago diamonds have captivated men and women universally. The reasons for the fascination are embodied in the name. Diamond is a derivative of the Greek word adamant, which means to tame, to subdue. Diamonds in abundance, and just for the taking! However the diamonds are equally a nuisance and a blessing. J. Sorie Conteh's debut novel is about how the craving for great wealth can cause corruption and eventually...
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Author Analysis on Gwendolyn Brooks
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...authorial period and rhetorical styles among many others. Brooks wrote the three works between 1945 and 1950. Within the decade, America... Analysis on Gwendolyn Brooks Introduction Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was a famous African American poet and teacher who lived between June 7, 1917, and December 2, 2000. She remains a celebrated author, poet and linguist who contributed to the growth of American literature through her numerous collection of poems and novels. She began writing at the age of thirteen when she published her first poem in a special children’s magazine. By 1941, she had begun taking part in poetry workshops key among which was Cunningham Stark’s workshop in poetry. She developed to...
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Tolkiens Use of Humour in The Hobbit
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...Authorial Techniques and Sources from which the Novel Draws its Wit The novel The Hobbit is decked up with humour. Sarcasm and implementation of wit is abundant throughout the novel. Before analysing the incorporation of wit into the plot of the novel, it is important to analyse... ?Tolkien’s Use of Humour in “The Hobbit” The Hobbit or There And Back Again, popularly known as The Hobbit to the world was written by J.R. R. Tolkien. The book is predominantly treated as a fictional novel for the children and it was published 21st of September of 1973. The book is recognized since ages as one of the best juvenile fictions and is critically acclaimed all over at the same time. The critical acclamations and...
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Tolkien's use of humor in The Hobbit
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...Authorial Techniques and Sources from which the Novel Draws its Wit The novel The Hobbit is decked up with humour. Sarcasm and implementation of wit is abundant throughout the novel. Before analysing the incorporation of wit into the plot of the novel, it is important... to analyse the style of writing or the authorial techniques manifested in the novel. The prose crafted by Tolkien is devoid of any pretentions and is presented before its readers in a very straightforward way delivering the detailed description of the imaginary world in a very make-belief way. He introduces something very innovative or inventive in a way that suggests an appearance in a very casual manner....
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How does the postmodern picture book set out to capture both the adult and the child reader's interest
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...authorial discussion. When, at the last part of Grandpa, the depiction of the chair upsets our anticipations of conclusion, the reader should understand, for her/himself, an individual interpretation (Thacker & Webb 2002... ?Postmodernism in Picture Books Introduction There are several questioned meanings of postmodernism, and the problems of situating the connection between modernism and postmodernism reveal a difficulty that may be thought to rule out children’s literature. Nevertheless, it is exactly the essence of the activity of writing a picture book, and the power relations involved in that task, which build a certain connection between children’s literature and postmodernism’s attitude towards...
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Book analysis
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...authorial perspective towards the general culture of the Weimar years has overall been a favorable one. Craig states emphatically that the Weimar period is second to none in German history, in terms of its contribution to science and the humanities. The primary reason why this was possible was the spirit of Republicanism that was steadfastly upheld by the regime. Artists and intellectuals were given the freedom and encouragement to express themselves, without any obligation to come to the State’s rescue in the future course. Unfortunately... Germany 1866-1945 by Gordon A. Craig What qualities does Gordon Craig identify in his of Weimar Culture? Were they undermined or undone under the Nazi regime? The au...
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Child labor in arab world
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...Authorial referencing backs the points presented. The source as a whole is not biased, but the authors give more importance to child labor in developed countries like Britain and America. Reflection The source added to my knowledge about child labor, but did not change my perceptions about it. I found child labor to be abusive and unethical and the article proved that. This source has helped in my research because it has given a general picture of child labor in connection to morality and economy. This source fits in my research category.... Jstor Research What is the of the article? Its is “Cross-Cultural Ethics and the Child Labor Problem”. 2. What is the article’s main argument/thesis? Child labor is i...
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Life and Times of Michael K by John Maxwell Coetzee
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...authorial voice, and even language."(56) Apart from this problem, silence becomes a rhetorical devise and opens up opportunity for endless discussion on Michael. Michael symbolically is also the silenced tongue of the natives; the colonial language destroyed the growth of the local languages and literature is a frequent theme in post-colonial literature. When the whites ruled the blacks, the compulsory silence of the oppressed and their fate in the new lands , finds voice in the post-colonial literature. Nowhere did... Rhetorical Strategies of Coetzee, for Conveying the Experience of Oppression. in Life and Times of Michael K J.M.Coetzee, in his novels, shows the political and moral side of the colonial ...
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Book Report of: One Minute Manager Builds High Performing Teams by Ken Blanchard
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...authorial team brings vast experience to the project. Ken Blanchard, for example, has a doctorate degree in management and is a popular management guru. He is much sought after for lecture, consultancies and for writing new books. Several of his path-breaking management ideas have now been assimilated into mainstream academia, making him an important thinker in corporate affairs. Similar accolades could be showered on Donald Carew and Eunice Parisi-Carew, the co-authors of The One Minute Manager Builds High Performance Teams. Carew is an expert on personal empowerment and is always... ?Book report/review of the book: The One Minute Manager Builds High Performing Teams, by Ken Blanchard (March 24, 2009 -...
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Modern State
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...authorial and editorial; democracy is authorial so far as it gives the collective people direct or indirect control of government; democracy is editorial so far as it gives people, whether in a collective or plural... 18 November 2007 A modern as the autonomous regional unit contains the spirit of hierarchically organized ethnic democracy and global integration. The challenge posed by minorities to state administrations has intensified. The paper consists of an introduction, four body paragraphs and conclusion. The paper argues that the distinctive features of the modern state involve high level of nationalism and multiculturalism, liberal institutions and importance of national culture, integration and ...
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Discuss the use of different points of view through out the novel 'Ulysses' by James Joyce (including but not limited to Bloom,
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...authorial literary-artistic narration (in all its diverse variants); (2... ?Different Points of View in Ulysses submitted Introduction Some literary works deliberately exploit a number of different styles. A good example is James Joyce’s Ulysses. In this case, style of at least some of the different episodes of the book should be identified with the style, not of the implied author ‘James Joyce,’ but of the narrator of that episode. The personality expressed by the style of the Cyclops episode, for example, is not the personality which the author seems to have; the coarse and unpleasant personality expressed belongs only to the nameless narrator of the episode (Dayton 290). We can detect the way in which ...
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SHAKESPEARE: A Question of Authorship
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...authorial attribution to Shakespeare on the title page of an early modern play.” (Brooks) The controversy surrounding Shakespeare’s authorship is accentuated by his erratic career in print during his lifetime. During this period, the dictates of the monarch as well as the profitability of the theatre company took precedence over accuracy of authorship. It is partly for this reason that Pavier attributes Sir John Oldcastle to Shakespeare in 1619. This was a time when “an authorized... William Shakespeare: A Question hip William Shakespeare and JS Bach are perhaps the two most important cultural figures in Western Civilization. This high pedestal that they occupy makes questions over their authorship...
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Transcendentalism in Nathaniel Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter
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...authorial intent in depicting Hester as a sinner remains somewhat ambiguous. While on the one hand Hester’s act of sin is shown to be enabling, rather than debilitating for her, on the other hand, the imprint of the scarlet letter is shown to have become an intrinsic part of Hester’s being. In many ways, Hester’s moral transgression can be likened to the notion of ‘felix culpa’ which deems Man’s... ? Transcendentalism in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter number Transcendentalism in TheScarlet Letter Transcendentalism is an intellectual movement, which began in early nineteenth century America and can be said to have its origins in the works of writers such Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David...
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Film analysis
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...authorial role in this drama is simply to set up the situation and let the characters follow it through to its logical conclusion. The implication is that no-one can fully understand moral decisions, since no-one has all the facts. Like the characters in the films, we are conditioned to assume a set of beliefs, based on faulty and partial information, because that is what the world around us encourages us to do. Most of the time we make imperfect moral decisions, sometimes out of frailty, and sometimes because we do not understand... Film Analysis: Kieslowski. The Polish film director Kieslowski was born in Warsaw in 1941 and died at the age of 54 in 1996, having produced a number of very widely...
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How do the qualities of reading practices outlined in McKenzie and Grafton and Jardine's texts enable imperialism How did rea
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...authorial, literary, and social context. These all bear in turn on the ways in which texts are then re-read, re-edited, re-designed, re-printed, and re-published. If a history of readings is made possible only by a comparative history of books, it is equally true that a history of books will have no point... ?How do the qualities of reading practices outlined in McKenzie and Grafton and Jardine’s texts enable imperialism? How did reading practices effect political change? Various factors may influence one’s understanding of a text and one crucial factor influencing the meaning and interpretation of the texts is the quality of reading practice. Two of the most significant readings on the qualities of...
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The African Child by Camara Laye
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...authorial voice’ of Laye across languages. The style of presentation and the manner of sentence construction highly resemble the original. This way we are made aware... ?The African Child by Camara Laye: The novel was originally written in French and later translated to numerous other languages including English. Mostly autobiographical, the novel paints a colourful picture of life in Africa. There are the typical ingredients of African wildlife, traditional tribal culture, belief in hoodoo or black magic, etc. But each of these facets to the novel presented through the personal experience of one individual, abstractly referred in the title as the ‘African Child’. Since the story starts from Laye’s...
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A Mind at Peace - Turkish writing
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...authorial mindfulness: not far in, for example, he places Mümtaz in his spot: "Like a figure in a novel, hed faced catastrophe at an adolescent age, guaranteeing that its... A mind at peace A Mind at Peace, distributed in 1949 and set in 1938 and 1939, has in length been a foundation of Turkish writing, an image of the countrys clash between the modernizing strengths of the West and the accepted Ottoman and Turkish societies. Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınars novel is a promptly admitted significant impact on Orhan Pamuk, the 2004 Nobel Laureate, and it was likewise in the news as of late, as the Turkish government presented an English duplicate to President Barack Obama throughout an authority visit. With such a...
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Life of Pi chapter one jornal
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...authorial intention is still detectable and the general theme of the novel can be established. For instance... November 28, Yann Martel’s Life of Pi – Chapter I The first chapter of Yann Martel’s Life of Pi, en d Toronto and Pondicherry, offers a glimpse of the main character’s identity and his experiences so far and unveils some of the themes of the novel. Despite being very short, several inferences can be made about the main aspects of the novel. First of all, narrative voice in the first chapter is obviously that of the main character. This can be inferred by looking at the focus of the narrative, which is the narrator’s life so far. The first person point of view is here limited and subjective, as ...
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The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy
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...authorial position is resonant with Plato’s famous claim that “an unexamined life... The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy One of the later works of Leo Tolstoy, the novella is preoccupied with the meaning of death, and by extension the meaning of life. The main character, Ivan Ilyich, is a sort of a symbol for common man in the industrial age. Outwardly, he has all the trappings of a successful life, but there is a persistent feeling of hollowness and ennui. As Tolstoy writes, his life had been “the most simple, the most ordinary and therefore most terrible”. This sentiment is all too common in the capitalist age, the rise which Tolstoy witnessed firsthand. It is basic human individual psycholog...
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Walt Whitman - Song of Myself
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...authorial voice, the voice of the whole community of American people is both novel and challenging. The poem lends itself to other dualities: “the One, construed... Features of Psychology, Symbolism, Characterization and Theme in Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself: One of the remarkable features of Walt Whitman’s Songof Myself is its adaptation of the epic poem genre. But, while classics of this genre have at their center a heroic figure, Whitman introduces a new vision of the heroic. Instead of glorifying acts of great courage and feats of tenacity and will power, the heroic in Whitman is to be found in the qualities of the ‘common man’. This term was not in currency during Whitman’s era but fits the...
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Main Features in Walt Whitmans Song of Myself
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...authorial voice, the voice of the whole community of American people is both novel and challenging. The poem lends itself to other dualities: “the One... Features of Psychology, Symbolism, Characterization and Theme in Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself: One of the remarkable features of Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself is its adaptation of the epic poem genre. But, while classics of this genre have at their center a heroic figure, Whitman introduces a new vision of the heroic. Instead of glorifying acts of great courage and feats of tenacity and will power, the heroic in Whitman is to be found in the qualities of the ‘common man’. This term was not in currency during Whitman’s era but fits the description p...
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Nietzsche's Preface (no.7)
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...authorial intension, and a combination of meticulous scrutiny and detachment in the analysis of the given textual and non-textual discursive and manifestation of the problem (Ransom 82). The main project for Nietzsches in the Genealogy is questioning the value of morality. Nietzsche argues that peoples current morality is born out of hatred, and resentment felt towards anything that was healthy, powerful, or strong. As such, Nietzsche views peoples present morality as something that is harmful to prosperity of our species and the future health of those species. As much as the "blonde beasts" and the barbarians of the primitive master morality are animalistic... Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals Nietzsche...
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Everyday Use by Alice
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...Authorial Voice in the Works of Harriet Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, and Alice Walker. NY: Peter Lang, 1998.... Everyday Use by Alice This synthesis intends to draw on more than one source mainly the Thomas Kuhn’s discussion of paradigms in science and the idea of shifts and popular literature called everyday use by Alice Walker. The paper will make explicit relationships inferred among the two sources and make judgments as well as draw conclusions. It will also critique each source and make the relationship among them. For the purposes of drawing informed conclusions, I will refer to supporting examples and materials from class readings, research and discussions. However, this paper will not be a summar...
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The Yellow Wallpaper: Feminist Viewpoint
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...authorial voice is both autobiographical as well as generally representative of women of the era. (Delashmit & Long, 1991, p.32) Gilman lived at a time when society was getting torn by two contradictory ideologies – True Womanhood and Women’s... ?The Yellow Wallpaper: Feminist Viewpoint The Yellow Wallpaper is a much acclaimed nineteenth century short story ed by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. It first appeared in The New England Magazine in 1892. Upon its publication it proved controversial and provocative due to its bold portrayal of women’s sexuality and psychology. The story is also unique, for it adopts the epistolary style, which is a device uncommonly used in short fiction. The letters/journal entries...
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Book Review - A Short History of Reconstruction - By Eric Foner
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...authorial perspective and interpretation is to be questioned. But Foner answers such questions satisfactorily in the book, making it a valuable (if not the definitive) resources on the subject for students of history, culture and political science. Throughout the book Foner maintains an unequivocal stance on the failure of the Reconstruction project. The acceding of eleven defeated Southern states into the Union was going to be a highly challenging process, given... ?A Short History of Reconstruction by Eric Foner – A Review: A Short History of Reconstruction by Eric Foner is an important addition to documented American history. The American Civil War and its aftermath is a critical period in the...
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Post structionalism essay
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...authorial voice and a singular meaning is challenged by the statement presented by Barthes. The implication of the statement may be that the readers may not seek a singular meaning that is intended by the author to impart, but different readers may perceive the text in accordance with the context they are accustomed with. According to Barthes, rather than allowing the author to drive the readers to an interpretation, the language should be allowed to speak and the readers should interpret the text in accordance with the language. According to structuralism theories, literary text is a part... ?Post-Structuralism The ment by Roland Barthes (1968), “It is language which speaks not the author,” may have...
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Paths of Glory (1957 film) Thesis Paper
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...authorial stance of the film is unconventional in that it perceives of glory in a radically different way. Taken from Thomas Grey’s famous lines of poem that goes …”the paths of glory lead but to the grave”, author Humphrey Cobb takes up Paths of Glory for the title with implied irony. Kirk Douglass give an excellent performance in translating and presenting the spirit of the story onscreen. (Kane... ?Paths of Glory (1957) Thesis Essay: The film Paths of Glory (1957) is of the few mainstream Hollywood movies of the century to espouse a contrarian theme. While many films of the period talked of issues and the drama surrounding war, Paths of Glory went a step further and made an emphatic statement about...
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Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway
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...authorial voice is very strong indeed, but it does not impose a specific ideology through interpretations. He just describes the scene and presents the story through the dialogue between the protagonists.... Ernest Hemingway’s short story ‘Hills Like White Elephants’ is known for its peculiar narrative structure. The scant s are in third personand throw light only on details regarding the place and setting where a small, deceptively simple incident takes place. The entire theme of the story is unraveled through the passionate dialogue between “the American” and “the girl”. However, these dialogues are a bit demanding on the readers since they could make sense only if the bits and pieces that refer to...
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Postcolonial Literature
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...authorial voice seems to condone such sexist mores. Again when Okonkwo beats his second wife, "Neither of the other wives dared to interfere beyond an occasional and tentative, it is enough, Okonkwo, pleaded from a reasonable distance." (Achebe 27). Throughout the novel, the female gender is derided. In the wake of the murder of Ikemefuna, Okonkwo asks himself: "When did you became a shivering old woman . . . Okonkwo, you have become a woman indeed." (Achebe 45) The new converts are described as "effeminate men clucking like old hens." (Achebe 108) Yam, the king of crops, stands for manliness, while the less important crops such as coco-yams, beans, and cassava are grown...
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Political Ideology and MNEs
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...authorial team of John Daniels, Lee Radebaugh and Daniel Sullivan. It covers a broad range of topics and is fairly in-depth in its treatment. One of the important topics dealt with is the relationship between Political Ideology and MNEs. Business leaders always keep a pulse on the political climate of the markets in which they operate. Often political decisions have significant implications for business prospects. In the era of globalization, MNEs act as investors to local economies, either inducing or reducing capital based on perceived... ?Political Ideology and Multinational Enterprises The book International Business: Environments and Operations is a quality and standard scholarly work by the...
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Postcolonial Literature
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...authorial voice seems to condone such sexist mores. Again when Okonkwo beats his second wife, "Neither of the other wives dared to interfere beyond an occasional and tentative, 'it is enough, Okonkwo,' pleaded from a reasonable distance." (Achebe 27). Throughout the novel, the female gender is derided. In the wake of the murder of Ikemefuna, Okonkwo asks himself: "When did you became a shivering old woman . . . Okonkwo, you have become a woman indeed." (Achebe 45) The new converts are described as "effeminate men clucking like old hens." (Achebe 108) Yam, the king of crops, stands for manliness, while the less important crops such as coco-yams, beans, and cassava are grown by women. Achebe... 06 June...
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Hamlet Assignment#2
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...authorial readings will be incorporated to reach at a decision concerning a true relationship between Hamlet and his mother. The research, which I intend to do also evaluate Hamlet’s relationship with other characters to a certain extent to see whether Hamlet is similar in communicating to everyone or his personality shows a new side when he is with different people. Hamlet’s actions that he takes during the play and how he takes the revenge for his father’s murder will also be evaluated. Hamlet’s anger, his madness and his planning against his stepfather Claudius, all take us to a certain analysis related to Hamlet and his mother’s relationship. Hamlet’s mother... Research Proposal “Hamlet” written by...
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Film responses 13
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...authorial reminders to remind people that they are watching a movie editing- abrupt flashbacks and leaps in time and space... French New Wave Film and Reading Response pp. 245-254 Part TRUE OR FALSE Many young French filmmakers during the early 60’s were hardcore movieaddicts with an impressive command of film history. True 2.These young, French intellectual filmmakers thought that American movies, especially genre movies, were simplistic and artless. False 3.Francois Truffaut’s “auteur theory” maintained that a good director could reinterpret and surpass the clichés a genre often imposes with their own imaginative personal vision, style and thematic obsessions. True 4.New Wave directors, although radical...
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Quantifying systemic risk in the European banking sector. A multidimensional approach
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...authorial calculations after Laeven, L.; Valencia, F. (2008): Systemic Banking Crises: A New Database, International Monetary Fund Working Paper 08/224 Academic literature and empirical experience have identified three elements in the financial system prone to systemic risk: 1) limited banking liquidity- gaps between liquid assets and long-term liabilities could create serious... ?QUANTIFYING SYSTEMIC RISK IN THE EUROPEAN BANKING SECTOR. A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH The recent major changes in national economies have led to a repositioning of priorities, influenced by the intensity of negative effects, the nature of errors and the deterioration level of financial structures. In this context, the key...
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Robinson Crusoe and The Castle of Otranto
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...authorial critique of the characters of Manfred and Father Jerome. Furthermore, the explicit portrayal of human... ? Robinson Crusoe and The Castle of Otranto by ID Module and number of Module Robinson Crusoe andThe Castle of Otranto Robinson Crusoe is one of the most important works in the history of English literature for a number of reasons. It remains relevant even today as is evidenced by the ways in which it has been reworked by contemporary writers and filmmakers. The novel attracts attention for being a work that celebrated the colonial spirit of the English man during the eighteenth century. The novel highlights the urge that the English man was considered to have for travel and exploration of...
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Performance and compensation management-Annotated bibliography
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...authorial team leads to the inference that “performance management systems are effective when they are based on goals that are jointly... ? Annotated Bibliography: Yoshio Yanadori & Janet H. Marler, Compensation Strategy: Does Business Strategy Influence Compensation in High-Technology Firms?, Strategic Management Journal, 27: 559-570 (2006) This article addresses a salient question pertaining to the link between employee compensation and the technology firm’s thrust on innovation. The empirical examination by the research team of Yanadori and Marler conclusively proves that there is a strong correlation. The compensation packages for several R&D employees in the high-tech industry were studied...
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The Open Boat by Stephen Crane Argue that nature is indifferent to humanity
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...authorial intent is deepened by such parallels in other key literary works. For example, a similar question could easily have been raised by Odysseus in the Odyssey as he navigated the seas for ten long years, though it would have extracted quite a different response. This is so, because “in Homers world the outcomes of Odysseus situation are determined by responsive... The Open Boat by Stephen Crane Despite the unease it elicits, nature is indeed indifferent to human concerns. Western Civilization holds principles of fairness, justice and equality in high esteem. But a study of history would not reveal the triumph of these principles in any reasonable measure. Conversely, the forces of nature play a...
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Budget Plan for the Heart Failure Clinic
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...authorial intent of this paper is therefore to establish, through use of evidence-based management practices, the best strategies for developing a budget plan geared towards establishing an effective Heart Failure Clinic. Resourcing Healthcare Services It is imperative for hospital administrators to work behind closed doors in order to ensure that hospitals' financial security and welfare is up to required standards. This implies that hospital administrators must identify those factors that if not well facilitated within the hospital budget plan may plunge the whole fraternity into financial crisis (Langenbrunner...  Budget Plan for the Heart Failure Clinic (Student’s Name) (Institutional Affiliatio...
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Power nad Privilege in Coetzee's Waiting For the Barbarians
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...authorial intent. It is a literary critic’s role to analyze what an author does, not what an author meant to do. The whole thesis essentially revolves around what Coetzee was trying to accomplish – phrases such as “Coetzee suggests” and “Coetzee describes” pepper the opening paragraphs of this essay (277), and at one point Gallagher even quotes Coetzee’s description of the central issues of the novel (278). There is no way all of this authorial intent could fail to in some way colour Gallagher’s analysis of the work. The second major issue with this heavily reliance on Coetzee’s own... Prof’s Power and Privilege in Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians In Coetzee’s famous work, Waiting for the...
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The Auditing Profession - Accounting vs.Auditing & the Auditing within the IRS
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...authorial calculation after Media Wiley. Auditing and the Public Accounting Profession-Integrity of Financial reporting, 2003 Figure 1 presents the accountant’s value chain. Accountants offer a large array of services that provide support for decision making bodies. The correct perception of this value chain could be of help in understanding the value of audit. Reliable information is vital for various decisions. In the absence of audits, outside players who use information provided by the management team may build... ? The Auditing Profession - Accounting vs. Auditing & the Auditing within the IRS The dynamic of international exchanges and complex accounting projects requiring extensive knowledge of...
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