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...Bell South provides phone, broadband, VOIP and direct TV services throughout the southeastern United s. It has served the south for decades as a phone service provider. In 2004 the company introduced Ethernet or broadband and VPN(Virtual Private Network) services. Bell South not only makes such services available to customers, but also to other phone and broadband services providers as well. The company is also using “multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) to mix multiple types of access on a network” (IT Business Edge). This is necessary if companies choose to offer various broadband packages and dial up services. In order to prepare for...
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Alexander Graham Bell
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...Bell The most important inventions are those which become so entwined into our daily lives that the nature of their invention is obscured. Inventions such as computer, television or car fall into this category of essential devices. Another prominent invention that falls into this category is telephone. Indeed, had the inventor of telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, never existed, the world would be an entirely different place. This essay considers Bell’s background and contributions to the contemporary world. Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1847. From an early age Bell demonstrated great intellectual curiosity and potential. Bell “became interested in botany... Alexander Graham...
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Vanessa Bell, Studland Beach
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...Bell, Studland Beach, (1912 A Modernist Work of Art The Modernists belonged to a period of art where the nature of art was in question, the compositional and colour stories of the work expressing a shift away from reality towards the meaning of artistic expression. There were many avenues of discovery during this time period. One of the developments that occurred during this time was that female artists began to have more an artistic voice, their work considered for its value rather than dismissed or sidelined away from the public. Vanessa Bell was an artist who was able to use her artistic voice to express her position in the Modernist aesthetic. Her work is reminiscent of Matisse... , the...
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Weeks vs. Southern Bell
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...Bell About the case This case is about the law suit filed by Mrs. Lorena W. Weeks against her employer, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Mrs. Weeks who has been an employer of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company for about 19 years filed the case against his employer on the charges that her employer has refused her application for the post of switchman as an act of discrimination solely based on sex. Mrs. Weeks have also appealed that her employer, Southern Bell should return the position to Mrs. Weeks along with compensation for damages inflicted for the activities of discrimination of sex. Mrs. Weeks have also appealed for necessary action so... that Southern...
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Weeks vs. Southern Bell
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...Bell About the case This case is about the law suit filed by Mrs. Lorena W. Weeks against her employer, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Mrs. Weeks who has been an employer of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company for about 19 years filed the case against his employer on the charges that her employer has refused her application for the post of switchman as an act of discrimination solely based on sex. Mrs. Weeks have also appealed that her employer, Southern Bell should return the position to Mrs. Weeks along with compensation for damages inflicted for the activities of discrimination of sex. Mrs. Weeks have also appealed for necessary action so... that Southern...
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Bell Hooks Class Matter
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...Bell Hooks Matters" Issues and racism have been in existence since the time of our ancestors. For years, people have been discriminated against based on their racial status and social/economic class in society. This ideology is referred to as classism and it has brought about separation in society whereby people associate based on similarity in class and race. Various movements in the world have for years created awareness that people are equal regardless of their race or class, and, thus, all people ought to get the same treatment regardless of differences in class and race. Regardless of these movements, classism continues to exist in society and many authors are trying to create awareness...
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Bell Chemicals Desicion
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...Bells Chemicals Decision work Executive Summary As a business analyst, through this report, I intend to help Bell Chemicals in solving the problem it is facing currently. The problem is due to lack of consistency in arriving at a common decision in regard to the machine purchase of the company. Bell Chemicals is a ten-year-old company and the machines of its Preserve unit have not been replaced since then. So the breakdown of one of the machines is normal. Since there is more than one choice in the market, there is dilemma regarding which one to purchase. The problem lies in the decision making process. Since the company... Table of contents Executive summary. p.2 Main Body p.3 Recommendation.. p. 7...
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Case Brief - McGurn v Bell
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...Bell Microproducts, Inc. Facts George McGurn met with the president of the Bell microproducts who gave the position of the company. At that meeting, gave a condition that for him to take the employment offer by Bell, he should be issued with a contract in the written form inclusive a termination clause specifying that in case his contract was terminated he will be given half his commissions plus six months’ salary. Following several discussions with an official from Bell, Bell issued him with a contract devoid of the termination clause which he rejected. During one of these discussions, McGurn said that a termination clause covering his initial twenty four months of service... Case Brief RE: McGurn v....
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Business case study on Bell
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...Bell Canada Enterprise before accepting the position of President, consumer VoIP for Bell Canada. The examination of these forces would enable him to assess the viability of VoIP (voice over internet protocol) within the operation of Bell or as a new venture, independent of the influence of Bell, in Canada. Bell Canada was a leadership company in the field of telecommunication. It provided fixed line telephones and internet services to approximately 13 million customers... ?Answer Conduct a 5 Forces Analysis on the industry Porter’s five forces analysis is very important element of competitive advantage that helps to assess a firm’s ability to compete with their rivals. They become critical issues due to ...
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Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1922
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...Bell Affiliation Introduction Alexander Graham Bell is a globally renowned personality that made notable contributions in various spheres of science, mathematics and society in general. In this regard, the contemporary world owes its advances in communication due to his greatest invention of all time, the telephone. He is equally famous for other innovative inventions that made a positive impact in the world. In this regard, the subsequent sections will delve into an intricate elaboration of his early life, education, contributions to various fields of science and mathematics up to his final days. Early Life and Education On 3rd March 1847, in the town of Edinburgh, Scotland, Eliza... Alexander Graham...
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Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1922
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...Bell Affiliation There are some well-known s who have revolutionized the world with their breakthrough inventions and discoveries. Today’s development in information technology and infrastructure are the result of the efforts of such revolutionaries. These are the people who have spent their lives in search of something outstanding. And they achieved their targets with utmost efforts and commitment. Among these, Alexander Graham Bell has marked his name on the page of history with the invention of Telephone, with which most of the people remember him. But it is not the only invention, rather he has made many important contributions in the history. The purpose of this essay... is to discuss...
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Inputs required for bell Bell Canada Strategic Process 2014
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...Bell Canada Strategies Affiliation Inputs required They include an excellent information technology system that will ensure that there is collection an interpretation of customer data to ensure that clients get what they expect from the company services. This in turn ensures customer satisfaction, therefore, leads to customer loyalty. There should be effective risk management strategies. This entails managing security and privacy risks with security professional services. The company will have to increase on the range of services that are meant to assess the risks, create action plans for compliance to standards, and review the policies and programs procedures while enhancing... Inputs required for Bell...
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Talking Back by Bell Hooks
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...Bell Hooks is the best representative of the topic Endangering Language, Silence and Voice In'Talking Back, hooks investigates feminist theory in an accessible style and grounds her discussion in personal testimony. Essays discuss homophobia, everyday feminism, the portrayal of women in films, autobiography, and Black women writers. 'Talking Back' renders the readers with an intellectually appealing view of the world through the eyes of a mature black woman. According to her, in the 'old school', children were meant to be seen and not heard. To make yourself heard if you were a child was to invite punishment. In 'Talking Back' bell Hooks describes how she... Explain why you believe "Talking Back" by Bell ...
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Hill vs. Bell - Tort Case
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...Bell – Tort Case School Number Hill vs. Bell – Tort Case Introduction Hill and Bell are neighbours who stay aside each other. The property of Hill has several branches of Bell’s garden coming over and causing fruits to fall into his garden. Due to this, Bell finds a risk to his property and to human life on his property. There were no significant damages from the infringing act of Bell, but there was a likelihood of damages to arise, if the falling fruit continued. Hence, Hill had to take some action, as he felt that his property was infringed and the peace and tranquillity to his residence was disturbed. Potentially, this case has to be resolved through various legal concepts (especially... ?Hill vs....
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Bell Hooks, Talking Back and Female Writers
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...Bell Hooks, Talking Back and Female One of the primary messages in Bell Hooks' essay "Talking Back" is the concept that talking back or responding in any way other than submission to authority figures meant she was daring to disagree or express an opinion as if she were an equal to the person she is talking with. This was always considered inappropriate because she was a woman and women were not supposed to have any authority. This idea is seen in many of the things we've read this semester as it is expressed by several female authors including Bell Hooks, Maya Angelou, Gwendolyn Brooks and Kate Chopin. Bell Hooks starts off the discussion by blatantly writing about women's lack of authority...
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Operations Management of Bell Helicopter Company
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...Bell Helicopter Company One of the best helicopter company in the world, the Bell helicopter company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Textron Incorporated. The company have over 50 year's experience of testing and flight innovation (Bell helicopter, 2006). The company makes commercial and military helicopters and tiltrotor aircraft. Bell's commercial helicopters seat between five and 15 passengers and include models designed for transport, emergency medical services, and search and rescue operations (Hoovers, 2006). The company has built some 35,000 helicopters since 1946 when the Bell 47 became the world's first helicopter certificated for commercial use. Bell aircraft can... Management system of Bell...
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Marketing Research Proposal for Bell Shakespeare
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...Bell Shakespeare Research Proposal on Bell Shakespeare [Institute’s Research Proposal on Bell Shakespeare Executive Summary Promotion of literary works, especially Shakespeare’s is the fundamental objective of this company that attempts to inspire Australians from varying cultural, social, and economic backgrounds with their projection of theatre productions, school programmes, internship opportunities, distance learning projects, teaching workshops, forums, and a broad range of literary activities in different parts of the country. However, Bell Shakespeare Company requires financial support annually to carry out abovementioned activities, and thus, the company... Running Head: Research Proposal on Bell ...
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Nao Bell and Jar with Sculptural Rim
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...bell, provides another unique experience of Oriental craftsmanship. The colour of the Nao bell indicates that it was fashioned by water exposure over time since the existing colour belies the materials used to create the piece (Kimbell Art Museum). The Nao bell shows the detail that was assigned to art pieces, especially of a ritualistic nature, in ancient Chinese society. The scrolls on the sides of the Nao bell signify the intricacy that could... Number] Kimbell Art Museum: elements of selected art pieces The early Jomon period cooking vessel represents a unique blend of art form and function. Fashioned only with primitive tools and methods, the cooking vessel provides a striking indication of the...
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The will to change-Bell Hooks review
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...Bell Hooks A will to change by Bell Hooks is a text that bears significant theoretical contribution in the sense that it offers lessons to men in particular about the aspect of loving and being loved. In essence, the author reveals that the most crucial aspect of loving and being loved as the ability to give an overall look at the patriarchal culture. This is mainly because it serves as the obstacle through which they are not able to know themselves and thus keeps them from being in touch with their feeling and thus not being able to love after all. It talks about patriarchy and the way that men are able to bear a lot of discomforts with their feelings... number Book Review for A will to Change by Bell ...
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Bell Hooks, Black Women: Shaping Feminist Theory
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...Bell Hooks Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center Bell Hooks Feminist Theory: From Marginto Center The purpose of this essay is to identify the role of gender and sexuality among black women by analyzing the Feminist Theory, From Margin to Center by Bell Hooks. The reason why I have selected Bell Hooks for this essay is that she has effectively covered every aspect of gender and sexuality among the Black women of the 70’s and how the American culture treated and oppressed them. The content of the book revolves around women, gender role, and class differences in the American culture. She has effectively explored various...
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For whom the bell tolls Hemingway
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...Bell Tolls, published in 1942 was written after his visit to Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The protagonist of the novel, Robert Jordan, is a young American professor teaching Spanish to English-speaking North Americans. He visits Spain and becomes a volunteer in the International Brigades attached to an anti-fascist guerilla band in the pine forests of the Spanish Sierra. Being an expert in demolitions and explosives, he is assigned the task of blowing up a vital bridge as the initial step to attacking the city of Segovia. He takes sides with the natives of Spain fighting against the Nationalist Generalissimo Francisco Franco. Robert Jordan... Ernest Miller Hemingway’s novel For Whom the Bell...
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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
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...Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath and “Women and Fiction” by Susan Cahill (Introduction). When writers construct a novel, and readers engage with this fictional world, there are elements of real life and elements of fantasy involved in these processes. Both author and reader make sense of the people and the events in the novel by relating them in some way to their own lived experience. Both are aware that the novel is not “real” in any factual or historical sense, but that nonetheless there are elements of the narrative that can be recognized... ?English Literature ic and Modern) “In the novel we can know people perfectly” – E. M. Forster, Aspects of the Novel. Discuss this idea in relation to the novel The Bell...
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The analysis of For Whom The Bell Tolls
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...Bell Tolls was written by Ernest Hemingway in 1940. It is the story of a protagonist called Robert Jordan, who faces internal and external conflicts. This essay examines the symbolism between Hemingway and Jordan. This thesis states that although there are many similarities between Hemingway and his male protagonist in For Whom The Bell Tolls, Jordan is not an autobiographical figure of Hemingway. Ernest Hemingway lived from 1899 to 1961. Hemingway's mother was a musician and she put some pressure on him to try to follow in her footsteps. This affected him and influenced him to write about a protagonist who faces pressure from opposing... The Symbolism between Hemingway and Robert Jordon. For Whom The...
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Introduction and Letter of Transmittal on Taco Bell Case Study
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...Bell Case Study Lecturer: Introduction and Letter of Transmittal on Taco Bell Case Study Introduction The case study on Taco Bell Company reveals the crisis management issue of consumer brand protection and the public viewpoint towards the brand name. The company was hit by a lawsuit in which the company representatives had to respond to the media inquiries in order to protect the consumer brand. The Taco Bell brand is labeled Taco shells, which is distributed and sold under the company name known as Kraft Food Inch. Taco Bell Company encountered a food safety crisis that is a great threat to the health of human being. The company received information... Introduction and Letter of Transmittal on Taco...
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Review of the Book Walking on Fire by Beverly Bell
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...Bell, 198). Effects of this transformation was seen in practices of the church, activist movements, administrative measures and reflected in slogans like “Tout moun se moun. Everyone is someone.” (Bell, 208) Research methods In order to write this book, author Beverly Bell has mostly relied on first- hand experience... WALKING ON FIRE The central idea of the book, Walking on Fire centers on women, and the terrible times they spent at the hands if local hierarchies and corporate globalization. The whole story set in Haiti, a Caribbean country in the Greater Antillean Archipelago. It not only experiences deadly earthquakes but also a high mortality rate, intense poverty and repression. This book however...
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Comparisong between the Bell-LaPadula model and the Biba model
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...Bell-LaPadula model? And what is the effect of reading down and writing up restrictions imposed by the Biba model? Bell LaPuda model does not address enforcement of privacy requirements associated with purpose binding. In some cases, the enforcement of purpose binding is enforced only if sets of categories related to sensitivity levels were utilized for model resolutions (Fischer-Hubner). Likewise, every subject can be allocated with a set incorporating a sole purpose and every personal data object can be allocated with a set of purposes conforming for the purposes via the data was retrieved. The policy of Bell Lapadula... ?What is the effect of reading up and writing down restrictions imposed by the...
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Analysis of the book The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
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...Bell and the Butterfly The book by a Journalist Jean-Dominique Bauby gives details on his encounter with a rare kind syndrome, which deprived his speech and movement. His experiences encouraged him to write a book “the diving bells and the butterfly" to express his past and his present life after an illness that left him paralyzed (Bauby 12). Bauby titled his book as a diving bell, comparing himself with a heavily piped device used by divers to reach the end of the sea. The device is supplied with oxygen to sustain the lives of the divers. The heavy connected pipe makes it rather hard for its movement just as Bauby’s paralytic condition that made him immobile. Bauby’s... Analysis of the book The Diving...
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Exploring Depression In Sylvia Plaths The Bell Jar
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...Bell Jar Essay Introduction The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is the author’s personal life story that depicts the life of the teenager Esther Greenwood, narrating her depression, suicidal behavior, and institutionalization. This story happens in the districts of Boston and in New York City during the Cold War. An adulthood narrative, The Bell Jar is popular for its portrayal of adolescent anxiety, its depiction of women’s oppression during the 1950s, and its fearless exposure of mental disorder and the medical institution. Esther, forced by her family and the larger society to live up to their standards and rules, suffers a psychological illness and identity... Exploring Depression in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell ...
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Character Archetypes in For Whom the Bell Tolls
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...Bell Tolls It is well-known that Ernest Hemingway chose to base the main storyline of For Whomthe Bell Tolls upon the events that transpired while he was reporting during the Spanish Civil War in the late 1930’s. So inspired by these circumstances, Hemingway depicted the events through classic love-story prose, illuminating heroines like Pilar and Maria while they struggle against a Fascist society while maintaining the balance between femininity and mercenary. With that said, a close look will be taken into the ways in which the two female leads in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls contribute to the Republican cause during the Spanish Civil War by analyzing... Character Archetypes in For Whom the...
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1927 U.S. Supreme Court case of Buck v. Bell
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...Bell Buck v Bell, the notorious judgment of 1927 justified Virginia’s sterilization law izingcompulsory sterilization of those whose off-springs were genetically pre-disposed to inherit their mental retardation and such other mental disabilities. Buck, although was not a mentally retarded became a victim of conspiracy by her lawyer who colluded with the state by merely opposing procedural impropriety of Virginia law. The U.S. Supreme Court merely upheld the law as compliant of fourteenth amendment without going through the mistake of fact that Buck was a mentally retarded person. Ever since, many states have enacted promptly and many have since repealed them... ?1927 U.S. Supreme Court case of Buck v....
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What if Alexander Graham Bell Did Not Invent the Telephone
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...Bell Did Not Invent the Telephone 0 Introduction The modern concept of communication, which uses technology to bridge distance, dates back doubtlessly from the invention of the telephone. Although we would not disregard the invention of movable typewriter, newspapers, printing press and fax machines, the introduction of electric telephone made oral communication from a particular location to a distant location in the world possible. High-end communication devices at present are products of a gradual and consistent innovation of telephone to become cellular phones or the so-called wireless communication devices. Now, consumers are no longer satisfied with the primitive... ?What if Alexander Graham Bell...
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Case: Has Ma Bell Learned the Competition Game
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...Bell Learned the Competition Game? What are the environmental changes faced by AT&T as described in the case? Howhave these changes affected basic AT&T strategy? Times for AT&T had been changing since the year 1983, when it was forced to divest itself of most of its capital in assets. The communication industry was hit by the trend toward competition that was building in such industries as airline and trucking. AT&T had to undergo a lot of restructuring and adjustments of leadership. First, it got divided into three companies from one. Next, its CEO was replaced. In the view of most business experts, a massive external environmental force had shaken AT&T that had caused the company... Case: Has Ma Bell...
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What is the significance of title of Sylvia Plath's novel 'The Bell Jar'
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...Bell Jar'? Introduction: The Bell Jar is the only novel written by Sylvia Plath was published under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas in the year 1963, just a month before her suicide (Moss 59; Ames 129). The semi-autographical novel incorporates within its scope the elements of moral dilemma, existentialist crisis, isolation, gender issues and generational differences. The title of the novel is highly symbolic because besides representing the protagonist’s physical and spiritual isolation from the rest of the society it also suggests her confinement within a particular state of mind, which she could not overcome. Howard Moss’ interpretation... ?What is the significance of of Sylvia Plath's novel 'The Bell...
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Bell vs. May Dep's Stores Co., 6 S..W.3d 871 (MO. 1999)
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...Bell v. May Dep’t Stores Co., 6 S..W.3d 871 (MO. 1999 The two parties involved in the case were John E. Bell a resident of Famous Barr who appealed from summary judgment entered against him in favor of the respondent May Department Stores Company, d/b/a Famous Barr Company. The court in which this case was tried was The Supreme Court of Missouri. 2. The appellant John E. Bell bought a ceiling fan from the May Department Stores and paid for the fan a price of $ 132.16 through his Famous Barr credit card account. However, later on Bell found that the ceiling fan purchased by him was defective and made an unacceptable noise at all speeds, a defect that Bell... of the of the Concerned Law 8 November Bell v. ...
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Salvation: Black People and Love By: Bell Hooks; Chapters 6,9: Mama Love; Heterosexual Love
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...bell hooks presents several interesting insights about love and the Black female. The three main issues are the Black woman as a sexual object, the Black woman’s difficulty in self love, and the myth of the willing matriarchal Black woman. Black women have been seen as temptresses since they were first brought as slaves to the American colony. Black women have been enslaved through rape, insults, and attacks from both the Black and White community long after slavery ended. Rapes were blamed on the Black woman because of society’s perception of them. Black womn who survived rape with any dignity was seen, “as superhuman, animalistic, and monstrous” (hooks 95). Even...
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Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and Bell)
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...Bell) Physical distance refers to the connection that an individual has with an aesthetic work or object. Significant form refers to significant associations between color, shapes, lines and other sensory elements. There have been a number of thinkers who have illustrated what they presume to be the adequate aesthetic reaction. While some of the thinkers’ views differed largely, there were also connections amongst them. Thinkers Bell and Bullough were among the most prominent philosophers who gave their views on the aesthetic response. While Bell and Bullough’s notion differed, connections could also be established...      Essay on 'psychical distance and 'significant form' in artwork (Bullough and...
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Sociology assignment: book requir This book is not required by Inge Bell
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...Bell’s ‘This Book is not required.’ College experiences: Inge Bell’s ‘This Book is not required.’ College years would have proved a nightmare especially when I would be cut from life in class and the broad range of elements that came with social settings and interactions at the education centers. Having to handle personal experiences and opportunities head on, seeing the need to have decent grades, having to govern myself with or without pressure, making the most out of instructors and professors, and cultivating a positive attitude towards writing would demand a survival manual. I found college as a dynamic social setting with people from all walks of life who held... College experiences: Inge Bell’s...
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Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada v.V. Bell Canada
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...Bell Canada Song and the music publishers had given themselves the responsibility of getting royalties. To their surprise, the court ruled out they were not supposed to be entitled to any royalties. This decision followed a series of many cases that had been presented in the court. The royalties were meant for download of songs and videos from the retailers that do their business on the internet like iTunes. This paper will deal majorly with the cases that are aimed at discussing the case of the composers, publishers and authors vs. the bell Canada. In a certain case, the court rejected a certain decision that was made in early times... Society of Composers, and Music Publishers of Canada v.V. Bell...
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The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath and Toxic Psychiatry by Peter R. Breggin
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...Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is the story a young girlgoing through a series of depressive episodes, and being treated with electroshock. Plath focuses on how electroshock therapy adds to the worseness of the condition of the young girl, so much so that she is ready to commit suicide. On the other hand, Toxic Psychiatry by Peter R. Breggin focuses on how therapies like electroshock and drugs are worsening the conditions of psychiatric patients, and how love, empathy and understanding are important measures towards improved treatment and recovery. Both the books present two different types of treatment in psychiatry. This paper gives a summary of The Bell Jar... ?[Your full December 5, Books Comparison The...
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Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada v. Bell Canada
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...Bell Canada The world, today, is a global village due to the advancing information technology capabilities. Access to computers and the internet is widespread and individuals are able to access information that was initially difficult if not impossible to obtain. The numerous internet sites that offer the opportunities for review of information on items meant for sale is a common phenomenon. Although the services serve, as a marketing mechanism for the product, there exist questions over the right of access to such information, however, limited the time. The famous case between the Society of Composers, Authors... A Research Proposal on the Society of Composers, and Music Publishers of Canada V. Bell...
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The Bell Jar: the aspects of existentialism and the plight of human experience
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...Bell Jar: a study into the aspects of existentialism and the plight of human experience The fame of the novel, The Bell Jar has often been attributed as being the only novel of the world renowned American poet, Sylvia Plath. The author, Plath, parallels her life experience with the protagonist of the novel, Esther Greenwood. The novel unfolds the author’s mental trauma with that of the protagonist. The novel does not speak any theory; rather it speaks the state of a young lady under mental strain in her exposure to the outside world. Her descent into mental breakdown and the attempts to recover from that form the expressions of basic human nature. The...
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Short Essay QUestions about book Out of this Furnance by Thomas Bell and 5 multiple choice questions
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...Bell Out of This Furnace by Thomas Bell is set in Braddock Pennsylvania and was publishedin 1941. Bell talks of steel companies that were present during that time. The novel is based on his family and its generations from 1881, steel workers and their struggles. The steel companies that were operational during that time made huge profits by engaging in a number of activities. First, a steel company had to have a good cost accounting system. This would enable the company to balance between its expenditures on workers and other operations and the earnings that it made from the steel business. After defining the costs needed to run the business, the companies... Lecturer: Out of This Furnace by Thomas...
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Compare Huntington's (1993) argument in The clash of civilizations to that of Wendell Bell (2004) Humanities' commo
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...Bell (2004) “Humanities’ common Values.” In your opinion, which one is more convincing? Why? Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations hypothesis has attracted both appreciation and criticism. Considered to be a seminal social science work of recent times, Huntington’s theory places international conflicts at the level of civilizations as opposed to smaller identifiers like nation-states, religions, ethnicity, linguistic differences, etc. Huntington reckons that the qualifier of civilization is the broadest and most dominant feature in an individual’s personal identity, thereby making it the primary factor... ?Compare Huntington’s (1993) argument in “The clash of civilizations” to that of Wendell Bell...
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Discuss the ways in which the two female characters in For Whom the Bell Tolls contribute to the Republican cause
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...Bell Tolls It is well-known that Ernest Hemingway chose to base the main storyline of For Whom the Bell Tolls upon the events that transpired while he was reporting during the Spanish Civil War in the late 1930’s. So inspired by these circumstances, Hemingway depicted the events through classic love-story prose, illuminating heroines like Pilar and Maria while they struggle against a Fascist society while maintaining the balance between femininity and mercenary. With that said, a close look will be taken into the ways in which the two female leads in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls contribute to the Republican cause during the Spanish Civil War by analyzing... Character Archetypes in For Whom the...
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Direct letter to the president of the University - Repainting the Christian Faith by Rob Bell is approiate
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...Bell as part of the General Education system in the University. The book, published in 2005, talks about Christianity, particularly a deeper and philosophical discussion on Christian culture and history. This will help a lot of today’s generation considering all the temptations that exist in this modern time. It seeks to either call people back to their relationship with God now that most have become so preoccupied with recreation and leisure activities, or simply test and shake the individual on how strong his faith is. If incorporated in the G.E.requirement, at least it would give a venue for students... Dear, I propose to include the book “Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith” by Rob Bell as ...
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A comparison of the communities in THE BELL by Iris Murdoch and THE SPIRE by William Golding
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...Bell. In the course of this paper, I will discuss the authors and these two works independently before drawing a comparison between the community aspects of both books. Officially known as Sir William Gerard... Comparison of Communities in Literature By Devangini Mahapatra Chauhan Literature has demonstrated the birth and of various kinds of people and communities. It is a platform where authors let their imaginations reach out to derive various concoctions of people to form communities. This paper is a study in community depictions through a comparison of two pieces of highly acclaimed literary work. The first piece of work is The Spire by William Golding, while the second one is Iris Murdoch’s The Bell....
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How the Boeing 707 Jet, the Bell X-1 and the NASA Mercury Capsule Friendship Seven Changed Aviation
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...Bell X and the NASA Mercury capsule “Friendship Seven” changed aviation. Aviation has continuously evolved for more than over two thousand years from the earliest attempts of flying kites to heavier-than-air, supersonic flights to hypersonic flights. The history of aviation made tremendous feats in the development of fast, longer range, and cost-effective modes of transportation. Several researches and breakthroughs in the field of aviation have also broadened the applications of aircrafts, wherein most technological advancements defied the limits of mankind. This paper aims to explain the contributions of some innovations in the aviation industry... . Within the service lifetime of Boeing 707...
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What do The Bell Jar and Catcher in the Rye identify as the main concerns of the 1950s for young people
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...Bell Jar are characters deeply rooted in this conflicting and confusing time. It is probably no accident, then, that both these characters seek professional help in dealing with what may be madness or insanity, or what must may be the stress of living in a time that is not easily understood or explained. Women in America went to work after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the entry into World War II, and many of them decided that they liked it; American men took it upon themselves in the 1950s to attempt the enforced removal repression of that desire to remain at work. Until America joined the war... Conformity and Rebellion in 1950s America In the 1950s, America made a move to turn back time. The...
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Examine the controversy over the novel the Bell Jar. Of what does it consist Look closely at conflicts such as the physical,
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...Bell Jar An American Sylvia Plath, composed the novel, the bell jar though in the initial publication its author was disguised to be Victoria Lucas. It is also worthy to note that the novel is a semi autobiographical as only the places and the names changed in the book. In this regard, the novel is a real life situation and only overlaid with fictitious names and places, it depicts Plath’s own experience in what seemed to be a clinical depression. It was shocking to realize that Plath committed suicide a month after the book was officially released in the UK. The publication of the novel under her name was first done in 1967 but this delayed up to 1971 in...
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Examining the literary devices used in the novels Homage to Catalonia, For Whom The Bell Tolls, and As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning to portray the Spanish Civil War
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...Bell Tolls", and "As I Walked out One Midsummer Morning" to portray the Spanish Civil War Spanish Civil War has been one of the most important historical backgrounds for the production of great literary pieces, and several significant authors of the twentieth century have produced magnificent literary creations on the civil war. For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), a celebrated fictional novel which narrates the story of Robert Jordan, by Earnest Hemingway, As I Walked out One Midsummer Morning (1969), an epic non-fictional account of the Spanish Civil War, by Laurie Lee, and Homage to Catalonia (1938), a personal... Examining the literary devices used in the novels "Homage to Catalonia", "For Whom the Bell...
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