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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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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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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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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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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...
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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...
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Nao Bell and Jar with Sculptural Rim
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...jar provide further evidence for the use of advanced geometrical techniques. The second piece, the Nao 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....
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A part of an author's life that heavily influenced their writing
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...Bell Jar. This novella is about a severely depressed woman who seeks help from a psychiatric hospital. The main character ends up being able to conquer her mental illness by the end of book and appears to go on to live a happy life(“Plath, Sylvia : The Bell Jar”). The book is said to be largely autobiographical and many of the experiences that the main character has in the book are similar to those experienced by Plath who attempted suicide in 1953 and received treatment at a hospital in Massachusetts(“Plath, Sylvia : The Bell Jar”). The main character deals with common treatments... and Number Sylvia Plath Aspiring are often told to “write what they know.” The reason that this advice is repeated over...
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Thematic critical alaysis
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...Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath Physical, physiological and psychological changes occur when one enters adulthood or maturity. As one comes to age, his body develops, his emotions become more stable, hence he becomes more rational. The mischief of childhood is slowly being replaced with the wisdom that comes with maturity. These are natural changes that an individual undergoes. It cannot be prevented, rather accepted. Contesting or challenging these changes may, in the process, distort once view of itself and the world resulting to a bruised or marred personality. Persistent resistance may lead to isolation, then lunacyeven... Order 212865 The Girl Who Wanted To Be God A Critical Thematic Analysis of the Bell...
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Scientific experiment
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...bell jar with small organisms. I ensured the elimination of some micro organisms in the bell jar by using the steralizing solution. I did... al Affiliation This experiment was conducted at the labaratory with an aim to demonstrate the proof for respiration inwhich carbon dioxide is given off, oxygen is consumed and energy in form of heat is released to the body . Respiration is a very important process for both plants and animals, it importance is coming due to the fact that it releaeses energy in terms of ATP to both the animals and plants. The experiment focusedon the evidences which are considered to be the the products released and consumed during the respiration process. I investigated the effect...
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Reality and Sanity in 1950s Fiction
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...Bell Jar take up as a fundamental theme a question that has become increasingly more complex and difficult to satisfactorily answer. That question centers upon which standards of society must be violated in order to be considered mentally disturbed. Within that question is the more germane one of who is to be imbued with the power to decide which societal standards must be closely adhered to as a determinant of sanity. As this theme is explored the typical route becomes one in which more questions are raised than answered. For instance, to what extent is sanity defined by conforming to prevailing notions of reality... Reality and Sanity in 1950s Fiction Both One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and The...
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Stigma, Adaptation, and Recovery: a Textual Representation of Mental Illness
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...Bell Jar and theMovie A Beautiful Mind Word Count: 2750 (11 pages) I. Introduction One text and one movie were chosen in order to help discuss whether representations of mental illness in the media reflect public opinion or shape attitudes and responses. In order to do achieve the task of how mental illness is perceived in the media, critical literacy and cultural theory are woven into the fabric of analysing the main characters in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar and Ron Howard’s movie A Beautiful Mind with regard to the elements of stigma, adaptation, and recovery... no impulse control, and this is exacerbated a bit sometimes in the movie A Beautiful Mind, where John Nash is fanatic, portrayed...
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Comparison of the Poet Sylvia Plath with Emily Bronte
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...Bell and the only novel of Plath, ‘The Bell Jar,’ take some kind of comparison. Plath had published the novel under the pseudonym, Victoria Lucas. The writers used the pseudonym in order to conceal their true identity to the then readers. Sylvia Plath, a modern writer had more exposure to the world whereas Bronte was put inside her house. The series of death that Emily witnessed in her life has made her tantalize with the effects of death in her. It was the insanitary condition of the house... Comparison of the poet Sylvia Plath with Emily Bronte Sylvia Plath has been proclaimed as one of the most read personalities of the 21st century through the unique presentation of the subjects which contributed to ...
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General Psychology DSM-IV-TR Project Case Study
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...Bell Jar’ Introduction: The book The Bell Jar written by Sylvia Plath is chosen for analysis in this essay. The protagonist of the book is the character named Esther Greenwood, who narrates the steady decline of her mind as she descends ever deeper into the realm of insanity. The novel is semi-autobiographical and depicts many of the psychological and emotional issues confronted by Plath herself during and after her formative years. Hence, the symptoms displayed by Esther Greenwood are not conjured up imaginatively, thereby making this exercise all the more authentic. 1. What are the character’s symptoms? (10 points) & 2... General Psychology "DSM-IV-TR Project" Case Study: Esther Greenwood from ‘The...
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Creative writing skills used by Silvia Plath in her work
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...bell- jar, one... Creative writing skills used by Silvia Plath in her work Silvia Plath was a famous American novelist, poet, and short story writer. She died of depression at an early age of thirty. Plath was a success driven and wrote her first poem at the age of eight. From then, she exuded creativity that she blended with her writing skills, a rare gift she maximizes that gave forth the coveted write-ups that still flood the literary arena to date. However, her early and entire life is blanketed by sorrow and misery. A psychological problem eventually compels her to commit suicide. This essay will tackle some of the skills she managed to use as a writer in the process of doing her work. The bell-...
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Scientific experiment
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...jar, gas jar, and the microorganisms can be collected from the field. This experiment was performed in two different angles. One was to demonstrate the release of carbon dioxide and the other one was to demonstrate the consumption of Oxygen by the organisms during the respiration process. I had a solution of concentrated sodium hydroxide in a beaker to remove carbon dioxide, lime water to test carbon dioxide, bell jar with small organisms. I ensured the elimination of some microorganisms in the bell jar by using the sterilizing solution. I did this as a precautionary measure to ensure the accuracy in the experiment as the micro... al Affiliation Experiment on respiration process This experiment can be...
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Conformity and Rebellion in 1950s America
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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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Literature Essays
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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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Sylvia Plath
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...Bell Jar, her most famous piece of work, which was published in 1963, a month before her death under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas. After graduating, she won another bright scholarship to Cambridge University, England. This was an important period of her life as she continued to shine with her academia achievements and then met a British poet, Ted Hughes. After getting married, four months later, they shifted to Boston where... Sylvia Plath A biographical focus on the life Introduction: This paper aims to give a brief biographical account on an American Sylvia Plath's life. Apart from pondering over her great pieces of work, this paper focuses on her early life, family as well. "I am slow as the world. ...
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The Post-War Era, the Anxiety Age and the Social Responsibilities
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...Bell Jar (Plath, 1999), which was published after her death. The Bell Jar is a semi-autographical novel that follows a young woman suffering from depression and her interactions with the world around her. Plath died in 1963 after suffering from a renewed bout of depression, which led to her committing suicide (Perkins & Perkins, 2009). While Brooks’ writing focused on political objectives, Plath’s work was about internal desires and emotions. Nevertheless, both women were similar in that they were something that society did not understand, and were condemned because of this. For Plath this was because depression was not...
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Dying as the Best Performance of Art: Reflections on Sylvia Plath's Works
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...Bell Jar” and “Ariel” are considered further on in the paper with regards to the theme of death. The first her novel “The Bell Jar” is often referred to as a fictional autobiography of the writer. Death as the central theme... Dying as the best performance of art: reflections on Sylvia Plath’s works Dying is an art, like everything else. I do it exceptionally well. I do it so it feels like hell. I do it so it feels real. I guess you could say I've a call. Sylvia Plath Introduction Female destiny is full of challenges and complexities. The destiny of every poet is very often interesting and tragic. A creative potential of Sylvia Plath was often determined by a weak-willed nature of a woman, a creature,...
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The representation of self in the work of Sylvia Plath
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...Bell Jar, and the almost one year in Devon, when their second child Nicholas was born and when she actually started a second narrative about her married life, entitled Double Exposure, and at some point in which Plath composed the poems she accurately foretold would establish her name, the journals that escorted her period of utmost artistic creation and personal ordeal, are gone.9 My objective, though, in examining her personal journals, is not to re-establish the time when Plath wrote Ariel but to understand the larger outline of tensions and inconsistencies that defined her both as a woman and as an author. I have... As argued by many critics, the issue of self-representation is such a...
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Sylvia Plath (who she was, what did she do, why is she remembered)
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...Bell Jar” which was published in the year 1963 (Hunter). It was not easy to come out of the shock and for that she had to undergo... Sylvia Plath Sylvia Plath was born in1932 in Jamaica Plain, her parents belonged to a middle family, and she had good writing skills and wrote her first poem at the age of 8. She was a daughter of German immigrant, who was a college professor. Her early poetry started soon after the death of her father, and wrote much about her relationship with him along with the feeling of betrayal that she felt once he was gone. Sylvia was shy by nature and wanted to be perfect in all her work. She was considered to be a role model daughter. She was good with her parents as well as good ...
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Development of Women during the 1920's to the 1930's
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...Bell Jar." In her article, "A Ritual For Being... Women in the 1920's and 30's The focal point of Women's suffrage is considered by historians to be 1920-1930. This is the time when Agriculture gave way to the industrial era and the dawn of prohibition, and The Great Depression, called for Women to take on a new role in the United States. The period between 1920 and 1930 is viewed by some to be the transitional period between women as a traditionally oppressed class to the slightly level majority they are today. In her article "The Changing Roles of Women in the United States", Cynthia Harris notes the massive impact the transition from an Agricultural economy to a more corporate industrial based market ...
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Media and the Family
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...Bell Jar: Surveillance and Resistance in Yevgeny Zamyatin's We, p 22, in Berghann Books: Critical Survey, Vol 17, no.1 4 Focus on the Family (c 1998-2002). TV and Today's Family. Accessed on 09 April 2008 from 5 Ibid.... and the Family Introduction One or two parents that usually co-habit with their children, share the same goals and values and have long-term commitments to one another, is considered a family. This group is the basic social group in a society. A family may be functional or dysfunctional depending on how its members play their roles and interact with other members. In functional or healthy families, "children are consistently treated with respect, and do not fear emotional, verbal,...
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Parallels In U.S. History
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...Bell Jar”, Mary McCarthy’s “The Group”, and Betty Friedan’s “The Feminine Mistique”. Marshall’s “The Gutenberg Galaxy” reflected the influence of the space age on literature. Music and Theater... Parallels in U.S History – 1860s and 1960s The Decade 1860 to 1869 The political scene of this decade began with the elections of 1860 that saw the Democratic Party split into Northern and Southern wings, while the Republicans remained united – a factor that won them the election. Abraham Lincoln became president in 1861. He was shot and killed on April 14, 1865 after which Vice-President Andrew Johnson became president. Johnson was impeached by Parliament in 1868, and Ulysses S. Grant became...
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The genre of dystopian novel from We by Zamyatin to 1984 by Orwell
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...bell jar: surveillance and resistance in Yevgeny Zamyatin's We." Critical Survey, Jan. 2005: 22. Literature Resource Center. Gale. 12 Nov. 2013 . Beehler, Michael. "Yevgeny Zamyatin: The Essential, the Superfluous and Textual Noise." Substance 15.50 (1986): 48-60. JSTOR. 11 Nov. 2013 . Clute, John and Peter Nicholl. Dystopia. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 1995. Dennis, Bretton J., and Rafeeq McGiveron. "Zamyatin's We." The Explicator Summer 2000: 211. Literature Resource Center. Gale. 12 Nov. 2013 http://infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/?db=LitRC>. Horan, Thomas. "Revolutions from the waist downwards: desire as rebellion... Lecturer: The genre of dystopian novel from We by Zamyatin to 1984 by Orwell We by ...
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Bell South
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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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Study the topic of Moses and the horns and its relationship to the Alexander Romance and Dhul-Qarnayn
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...bell jar to the bottom of the sea. The theme of immortality here also returns us to Khidr, the immortal who is the parallel of Utanapishtim. They both gained immortality, though in different ways. The interconnectedness is somewhat difficult to grasp at first, but it demonstrates the difficulty in pinpointing the exact nature of the relationship between Alexander, Moses and Dhul-Qarnaym. The sources in history are not pure, they are continuously being updated, commentators often contribute their understanding of a canon by referring to extra-canonic... Study the topic of Moses and the horns and its relationship to the Alexander Romance and Dhul-Qarnayn. When Michelangelo unveiled his sculpture of...
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Globalization Bachelor Essay
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...Bell Jar: Surveillance and Resistance in Yevgeny Zamyatin's We." Critical Survey. (2005): 22-39. p22 2. Ibid. 3. Smith, Mark and Doyle, Michelle Erina (2002). Encylopedia of Informal Education [online] www.Infed.Org. Accessed 20 April 2008 from 4. Ibid. 5. Ibid. 6. February 2006. "The Challenge of Globalization," E-Journal USA... Boon or Bane Imagine yourself, with several others, trapped in an island after the luxury ship you were in was struck and filled by waves and waves of water, leaving all of you no alternative but to abandon the ship. You floated for days in the chilling water-- thanks to the piece of wood from the wrecked ship, which you managed to cling on after jumping over...
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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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Cookie jar accounting
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...jar accounting Cookie jar accounting refers to a practice by the managers to hold back part of the earnings obtained during a boom period to cater for losses that may... ? Question One Channel stuffing is a business operation where premature shipment of products to various customers and dealers and thus has an effect on sales by inflating it. Managers of various companies’ products increase the value of their sales by forcing extra products through their supply channel. This can occur as an intentional plan of management in order to increase sales revenue. The incentives as to why managers would resort to extreme earnings management technique such as Channel stuffing include, First is to increase...
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Earning management and cookie jar
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...Jar Using relevant academic papers, discuss the incentives why managers would resort to extreme earnings management technique: Profit is the primary focus of every business and competition is the main element that stands between organizations and their success. If a company in a particular industry needs to win, it needs to possess some unique quality, it may be in terms of the products and services it offers or the process it employs to produce the output. One cannot be a leader in the industry by merely imitating others and, therefore, the management team needs to find a best option to be innovative and to sustain the organization’s competitive edge. Sometimes the team... Earning Management and Cookie...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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A Self-Sustained Enclosed Ecosystem in a Jar
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...jar is a task that is fast in setting up and requires no maintenance. al Affiliation Submission Date Abstract Effective understanding of an ecosystem component is a main factor in creating a jar-based self-sustained ecosystem. An ecosystem entails the interaction of a group of organism with their physical environment. A self-supporting and self-sustained ecosystem is created by enclosing specific amount of resources that are available inside a glass jar. The creation self-sustained ecosystem is achievable by the utilization of theoretical knowledge of underwater environment by setting a specific oxygen balance, temperate, water, shrimp, sunlight... ? Creating a self-sustained enclosed ecosystem in a jar...
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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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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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Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project
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...Jar: The Irena Sendler Project I chose to take up social work not because a point had come in my life when I needed to choose a career path, but because all my life, I have possessed the passion of creating opportunities for others, some of which I never had. As far as I can remember, I always stood in for my mother when she had to be away and I would make the best day for my younger siblings. Apart from the house chores, I ensured the younger children had their favorite meal and that they would spend their day laughing. I found this too satisfying because having been brought up by a single parent, I knew how it felt to be cushioned between a gloomy home and an ever-busy parent. I promised... Life in a...
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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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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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