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Critique of Memo Paris in The Natural by Bernard Malamud
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...Bernard Malamud Memo Paris is one of the major women characters playing a critical role and purpose in the novel “The Natural” by Bernard Malamud. Throughout the novel, Memo is depicted as a destructive and materialistic seductress. The character depiction is critically important for the overall storytelling experience in the novel in a number of ways. This is particularly because the author, Bernard Malamud has skillfully used women characters to advance the themes of the story by presenting them as either saviors or destroyers. For example, Memo Paris character as a destructive force is counterbalanced by the character Iris Lemon who is presented... Other (s) Critique of Memo Paris in “The Natural” by...
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The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by K. Porter and Idiots First by B. Malamud
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...Malamud Katherine Anne Porter and Bernard Malamud are two different whose approach and style in their presentation of literature varies a lot. The main purpose of this paper is to contrast the two authors by use of their short stories. The paper will compare the use of plot, setting, characterization, point of view and themes brought out in there work. Plot In his her story, The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, Anne Porter applies a distinct structure in the way she presents her plot of the story to the reader. The story is narrated from the commencement to the end and the author presents it as if she is seated somewhere observing... The Jilting of Granny Weatherall by K. Porter and Idiots First by B....
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The Natural
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...Bernard Malamud that follows the life of Roy Hobbs who is talented in the game of Baseball. Hobbs is the protagonist, in the story, and everything that happens in the novel is directly or indirectly related to and affects him affects him in one way or the other. Hobbs’ ambition to excel in baseball is significantly affected when a woman whose motivation is not known, because she does not give any reason... Symbolism Symbolism is the use of objects as a sign or a tool for representing other entities and as carriers of messages that. Symbolism involves the practice of using symbols to represent things and giving them significant meanings in works of art. The Natural is a novel that was written in 1952 by...
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Beyond the Apparent Meaning
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...Malamud’s Short Stories Bernard Malamud proves his prowess in addressing Jewish issue each time he writes an additional short story. The magic barrel stands out among the rest of his stories and connects the reader to the purposed motif. Malamud uses short stories as a tool through which he can tell the society the importance of moral obligation (Aarons 27). He manages to develop this theme in majority of his works. His stories have deeper meanings beyond what the reader can understand at a superficial level. Close and keen analysis of his works reveals the how the author builds the theme in the story. This paper will highlight the how the author develops the theme of moral... Moral Obligation in...
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...Bernard Malamud among others. These writers have shaped the American literature. The American Book Awards (TABA) replaced the NBA that awarded winners in sixteen separate categories chosen by the committee of publishers, booksellers... First Sur Advocacy Organizations The National Book Foundation website has a mission to celebrate the best American literature, expand its audience coverage as well as enhancing the cultural values and award the great American writers. The Foundation has established programs such as the National Book Awards (NBA). NBA has built a reputation for recognizing literary excellence that has so far acknowledged distinguished writers such as William Faulkner, Carlos William, and...
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Dexter Green and Leo Finkle
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...Bernard Malamud’s The Magic Barrel and Scott S. Fitzgerald’s Winter Dreams both revolve round the pursuit of romantic love by young men. The Magic Barrel follows the protagonist, Leo Finkle, as he searches for a wife using the services of a traditional matchmaker, Pinye Salzman. Finkle rejects Salzman’s suggestions and finally insists on being paired with the matchmaker’s own daughter, Stella. Dexter Green, the hero of Winter Dreams, is infatuated with Judy Jones, a rich socialite. His infatuation results in his giving up his chances of marriage. While Finkle and Dexter are similar in their pursuit of girls who represent the American Dream, they differ... . ...
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Plot Elements in The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant
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...Bernard Malamud that features Jewish immigrants living in New York, the story hardly offers any details that help the audience to locate in a specific place. This gives the story an aura of timelessness akin to folklores. 2. Contributing... ?Plot Elements in “The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant Basic Situation: The basic situation in the story is the 14 year old protagonist’s momentary infatuation with Sheila Mant, a 17 year old girl from a family which has recently come to the neighborhood. He considers her as the “epitome of sophistication” and admits that she is “the only creature that seemed lovelier than a largemouth bass” (Wetherell). The author, thus, clearly provides the readers a clear idea of...
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Each chapter of the book is introduced with a song lyric from class American rock n roll car songs. Why does King do this And is it an effective storytelling device for setting each chapter/scene up for the reader
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...Bernard Malamud writes the story of Roy Hobbs who is also obsessed with a woman named Memo Paris. The difference is that Memo Paris is a real woman in person while ‘Christine’ is an automobile. Just like ‘Christine’, Memo Paris impact bad luck on Hobbs past relationships with those close to him. Memo Paris offers Hobbs with a dilemma between his career and relationships with another lady as she is costly. Hobbs contends that he will need money if he is to start a relationship with Paris. This resonates with the life of Arnie in ‘Christine’. Before Arnie gets to own Christine, he knows that he will need a good sum of money to acquire her. Both... Use of song lyrics in ‘Christine’ by Stephen King...
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Bernard Malamund's Jewbird
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...Malamud 741). Bernard Malamund shows us how two people with the same background and same beliefs can be changed due to the affects of another culture. Cohen and Jewbird have completely different behaviors, values and ideas about the way a Jew is to live. Since Cohen had moved to the United States a long time ago he has been forced to assimilate and completely let American ideals destroy his culture... History books are filled with s of people who have been persecuted for being different. In his short story The Jew Bird, Bernard Malamund shows the conflicts and consequences that provoke differences between two Jews, Cohen and Schwart "Jewbird". While the two share the same faith, their perceptions of how ...
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English class
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...Malamud’s The Natural: Understanding the Text “I never did learn anything from my past life, now I have to suffer again.” “We have two lives, Roy, the life we learn with and the life we live with after that. Suffering is what brings us toward happiness.” (Malamud, Bernard) I have chosen to work with the verb ‘suffer/suffering’ from Malamud’s book The Natural. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary (suffer/suffering), suffering means ‘the state or experience of one that suffers’ and suffer has been subsequently described as ‘to submit to or be forced to endure’ or ‘to feel keenly’. Most people refer to the word as something associated with just pain; however, with regard... ?Kazim Rizvi 4 February...
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LOVE
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...Malamud, Bernard. The Natural. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co, 1952. Print.... also presents love as envious feeling in an individual. Throughout the novel, Christine is portrayed as a character who wants to secure Cunningham to herself. She not only scared people but also killed those who ignored her warnings. Just like in Christine, the theme of love is well developed in The Natural. In writing this novel, Malamud used Hobbs to argue that love is an unattainable illusion. This is evidenced by Hobbs loss of anything he loved. In support of this assertion, it is apparent that Hobbs loved his bat, Wonderboy. Unfortunately, Wonderboy did not last for long; it was broken...
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Civilization by Bernard Lewis
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...Bernard Lewis, in his essay, "I'm Right, You're Wrong, Go to Hell", civilization is discussed under the context of both religion and ethnicity. Lewis says that there have been a lot of civilizations all throughout the human history. He identifies Mustafa Kemal as the one who dealt with the "relative condition of civilizations in some... is an important aspect which shapes a particular society. The character of a society, along its members, is often defined by the civilization that thrives on them. The term "civilization" has been often regarded to as a synonym of culture in both the academic and popular circles. The term could also be used to denote the society as a whole. Bernard Lewis, in his essay,...
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Business: Bernard Madoff
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...Bernard Madoff admitted on March 12 2009 that he was guilty to an eleven count of unlawful charges. He was charged with infringementsof the 1933 securities act, 1934 securities exchange act, and the 1940’s investment advisers act anti-fraud provisions (Siegel 112). Madoff confessed during his hearing that he had been greatly involved in defraud and several investors had fallen victims. Madoff was given a life sentence of 150 years on June 29 2009. Earlier in 1960, Madoff established an investment firm that was known as Bernard Madoff investment securities, LLC. It was among the largest trading firms at that time and its focus was mainly to manage investment, to advice and to manage... ?. Introduction...
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George Bernard Shaw
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...Bernard Shaw exert on the theatre in the second half of the twentieth century Include and analyze at least two plays. George Bernard Shaw was a giant figure within the intellectual, political and theatrical fields in the Twentieth Century. Because he lived so long (into his nineties), his legacy spread throughout a number of different endeavors, but there is a recurring theme throughout all his work. This theme is the fact that each social class serves its own ends, and that the upper class had essentially won over the lower class. It was this theme that dominated some of his most well-known plays such as Major Barbara and Pygmalion, and it was this legacy... are searching for, but which...
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Bernard Lawrence Bernie Madoff
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...Bernard Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme which was advertised as a legitimate hedge fund investment. A Ponzi scheme can be defined as an investment fraud that involves the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors (Sec, 2001). The first type of illegal behavior was fraud. Fraud is considered a violation of existing laws in the United States. The fraudulent activity of the company violated the Securities Act of 1933. The second type of illegal behavior was deception as the company was selling an investment product that did not exist since the company did... The illegal behavior associated with this scheme hurt thousands of investors worldwide. Bernard...
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Bernard Arnault's Leadership Style
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...Bernard Arnault, the seventh richest man in the world, whose net worth is assumed to be around $26 billion US dollars, is a French businessman whose style of leadership has been much appreciated. He is a self-made man and is called the Pope of Fashion. He built the world's largest fashion and luxury goods group and controls Christian Dior and LVMH with nearly 50 highly known brands, including Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton bags and many more. He used hard-nosed tactics to put his empire together for the last 20 years and clearly understood the worldwide potential of his goods, when no one else did and he also had the capacity to exploit any situation. His entrepreneurial background must have... 168964...
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'Cal' by Bernard Mac Laverty
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...Bernard Mac Laverty "Cal" is the jewel in the crown of novels about Ireland. Written in 1983, in the midst of the "Troubles" of Northern Ireland, by the Irishman, "Cal" succeeded in giving the deep understanding of what was happening within the country at that period. Bernard Mac Laverty showed Ireland through the insight world of a person named Cal who suffered psychological torment from political and religious division of Irish people. The state appears to us as a violent society, in which people are experiencing hate and anger towards each other. We can see not only mere facts of the history but feel how did they affect the Irish. Cal McCluskey is a young, Catholic man living... that at...
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Bernard Shaw's Ceasar and Cleopatra
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...Bernard Shaw's presentation of Cleopatra George Bernard Shaw used a unique technique to depict Cleopatra in his one of the famous work "Ceasar and Cleopatra". Since it is historical play he could successfully bring the social reflection of the time under the royal invasion of territories focusin the fact of Roman invasion of the world with a special reference of Egypt and the consequences. The character bears the might of maternal love, a genuine human of flesh & blood and political ambition via romantic tragedy. Order#: 171758 Deadline: 2007-05-23 18:24 Style: APA Language Style: English UK Pages: 8 Sources: 5 Writer ID: 6746 THE PLAY 'CEASAR AND CLEOPATRA': AN INTRODUCTION Caesar... ...
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Walking Utopia By Bernard Bate
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...Bernard Bate In South India, democratic meetings are highly regarded similar to the temple festival celebrations. This is because such meetings debate contemporary social life aspects with suggestions to the typical Tamil literary principle. In this regard, Bate’s (2009) discussions of political meetings in Madurai help people to concentrate on things that affect their daily experiences in the urban settings. The evenings comprise of political and religious discussions that contributed to the establishment of the Dravidian meetings. These were historical events that brought together rural and urban folks in advocating for the plights (Bate, 2009). The Revolution... Media and Society “Walking Utopia” By...
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Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
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...Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion Introduction An epilogue occurs as either a speech or section in a novel or play that occurs at the endand serves to explain the conclusion of the plot. Bernard Shaw ends his play, Pygmalion in an epilogue. In the section, the author adopts a commentary approach as he explains the vital occurrences in the conclusion of the play. Such is a strategic conclusion to the play given the fact that it ends in a suspense. The epilogue just as the name suggests is not part of the play but serves to explain the intricate features of the conflict as the play ends. Shaw therefore wrote the epilogue to justify the complex nature of the play’s...
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Bernard Madoff Investment Securities Scandal
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...Bernard Madoff Investment Securities Scandal Bernard Lawrence "Bernie" Madoff is one of the greatest frauds ever witnessed in American stockmarket history. He was succeeded in defrauding thousands of investors and billions of dollars. Even though Madoff started his fraud activities in the 1980’s, he was succeeded in escaping from the eyes of law till 2009. On June 29, 2009, Madoff was sentenced to 150 years of imprisonment by the court. This paper briefly explains Bernard Madoff’s investment securities scandal. Bernard Madoff Investment Securities Scandal “Bernard Madoff is the investment manager who...
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Bernard Montgomery vs Erwin Rommel
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...Bernard Montgomery vs. Erwin Rommel The difficulty in dealing with Generals of German of World War 2 is differentiating among reality and myth. This is mainly problematical due to their record, characters and histories are continuously being re-inspected. As peter Dennis states that the legend of Erwin Rommel nicknamed as the ‘Desert Fox” has verified to be exceptionally permanent. There are lots of historical topics enclosing his real virtues as a military chief officer and the amount of his real participation in the anti-Hitler scheme, and nevertheless on near examination he happen to come forward as a easy, uncomplicated man whose aptitude and personality guaranteed his accomplishments... ...
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Bernard Montgomery Vs. Erwin Rommel
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...Bernard Montgomery vs. Erwin Rommel The difficulty in dealing with Generals of German of World War 2 is differentiating among reality and myth. This is mainly problematical due to their record, characters and histories are continuously being re-inspected. As peter Dennis states that the legend of Erwin Rommel nicknamed as the ‘Desert Fox” has verified to be exceptionally permanent. There are lots of historical topics enclosing his real virtues as a military chief officer and the amount of his real participation in the anti-Hitler scheme, and nevertheless on near examination he happen to come forward as a easy, uncomplicated man whose aptitude and personality guaranteed his accomplishments... ...
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Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme Case
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...Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme Case Introduction Bernard Madoff operated what was considered to be one of the most successful investment strategies in the world, for more than seventeen years. His embezzlement of funds came to light in December 2008, as one of the most detrimental Ponzi schemes in history. Many large private investors, sophisticated bankers, hedge funds, charitable institutions, and others have been severely impacted by the Madoff’s fraud (Gregoriou & Lhabitant, 2009a). The former director of National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System (NASDAQ), had been “pretending to operate a hedge fund that turned to be an...
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'The Pleasure of Architecture' Bernard Tschumi
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...Bernard. (1977). “The Pleasure of Architecture.” Architectural Design 47 (3).... ? Introduction The ability to predict responses from architecture is one which can be determined by architects. This is specific to the ideal of pleasure and what most in society and culture consider as a pleasurable space. While there are specific components which are able to identify what is pleasurable as well as whether the response will be positive or negative; however, there are also ideals of experimentation and innovation which can’t be predicted. Even though there are acceptable measures for pleasure, there aren’t measures for the innovations often used in architecture which are later determined as pleasurable....
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Research for the Bernard Madoff Case
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...Bernard Madoff Case Bernard Lawrence "Bernie" Madoff is the greatest frauds ever witnessed in American stock market history. He was succeeded in collecting as much as 50 billion U.S. Dollars by defrauding thousands of investors. The investors were unaware of the wrong motives of Madoff and invested heavily in the Ponzi scheme offered by Madoff’s company. Investors did not bother much about the capital when they got huge returns. Madoff was succeeded in cheating the public and the authorities for around 30 years and no investigating agencies were able to find out the scandal and the wrong motives. Finally, Madoff himself revealed the truth to his sons and...
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The Fraud of the Century: Bernard Madoff
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...Bernard Madoff devised a Ponzi scheme that took away near about 50 million dollars from his clients through his firm Madoff Investment Securities. Misusing his position in the society as a well-known financial adviser, he easily managed to run the Ponzi scheme evading the scrutiny and investigation of auditors and SEC. Later on, Harry Markopolos, an independent financial investigator developed serious doubts about the marketing strategies of Madoff due to the high returns he offered. In 2005, Markopolos reported to the SEC that Madoff was running the biggest Ponzi scheme in the history. Still it took a long time to assess for the authorities... ? (Assignment) Madoff’s Ponzi scheme (Case Study) Overview...
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An Intriguing person George Bernard Shaw
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...Bernard Shaw George Bernard Shaw is a person who has always intrigued me and each time when I read his quotes I was left mesmerized . The most attractive thing about him is his way of thinking. The first time when I got appealed by him was when I read a quote which really touched by heart and thinking level. Shaw was asked by one person the reason for not decorating his house with cut flowers. In his reply Shaw stated that ,I do love children very much but I don’t cut their heads and keep them in my drawing room. What a great thinker? This shows the fact that he is extra – ordinary and indeed he loved nature from his heart. Even though Shaw was world renowned person... ? An Intriguing person – George...
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Investment Alternative Benchmarking for Bernard Lester
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...BERNARD LESTER Investment Alternative Benchmarking for Bernard Lester In APA Style By Student's Name Course Name University Step 1. The global automotive industry documents the pressing strategy of players in forming alliances with each other to support growth. The two companies which will be evaluated in this paper namely, Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Ford Motor Company (Ford) have already faced various decisions regarding the strategic directions they are going to take. This paper will look at the issues considered by these two business organizations when faced with the decision of having to merge or acquire in order to pursue... Running Head: INVESTMENT ALTERNATIVE BENCHMARKING FOR...
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The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance
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...Bernard Pomerance The American Bernard Pomerance (born 1940) was the brain behind theplay "The Elephant Man", based on true-to-life events in the life of Joseph (sometimes John) Carey Merrick (1862-1890), the Englishman who was the subject of all the sympathy of Victorian Era England because of the tremendously severe deformities in his body. (Wikipedia 2007). The play revolved around the early life and times of Merrick, who in the last years of his short life became a celebrity figure because of his appearances in freak shows, and his eventual rescuing by the surgeon Dr. Frederick Treves from his manager at the freak shows, the insatiable... The Demands of Society in the play The Elephant Man by...
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Flights of Love by Bernard Schlink
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...Bernard Schlink is a book that makes an exploration into the different facets of love and the moral dilemmas they entail within the cultural-historical context of 20th Century Germany. The book, therefore, despite its title is neither a collection of love stories. Instead, like the "rock or dune, the beach, and the sea" in the painting of the Girl with Lizard; love, falling in love, being in love, and falling out of love "are not so important" (Schlink 10). With a mixture of symbolisms and historical accounts into the events at the time each story took place, Schlink illustrates a myriad of complex, yet engaging situations where human beings are affected and brought to action... 20th Century Germany,...
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Sequel to Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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...Bernard Shaw Introduction Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a play considered as a romantic humor. George is a professional Irish writer who was exceptional in composing and writing captivating plays. The story presents the social and economic life of the British, by accounting on the women’s liberty, exposed as a romantic comedy. Pygmalion has major characters that George uses to build the plot of the story and they include; Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle, Colonel Pickering, Mrs. Higgins and Alfred Doolittle. The minor characters in the play are Clara, Freddy, Mrs. Eynsford Hill, Mrs. Pearce and Nepomuuck. Plot of the Play The play commence when Mrs. Eynsford... Task Sequel to Pygmalion by George...
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HOWARD GOODALL'S 20TH CENTURY GREATS - BERNARD HERMAN
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...Bernard Herman Howards video is a great insight into the life and music of Bernard Hermann. It is an excellent documentary made for musicians and non-musicians. Howard analyses how the most significant works of Bernard Herrmann were conceived. Howard’s video covers the entire career of Hermann with a specific emphasis on his collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock. According to Howard, Hermann is best known for his masterpieces Vertigo and Hitchcock. He completely transformed film music and dragging out of its reliance on the 19th century Vienna sounds and textures and into the contemporary age. He brought the orchestra up to date with imaginative and unparalleled... Howard Goodalls 20th Century Greats -...
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Historical Literature
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...Malamud 741). Bernard Malamund shows us how two people with the same background and same beliefs can be changed due to the affects of another culture. Cohen and Jewbird have completely different behaviors, values and ideas about the way a Jew is to live. Since Cohen had moved to the United States a long time ago he has been forced to assimilate and completely let American ideals destroy his culture... History books are filled with s of people who have been persecuted for being different. In his short story The Jew Bird, Bernard Malamund shows the conflicts and consequences that provoke differences between two Jews, Cohen and Schwart "Jewbird". While the two share the same...
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St. bernard of Clairvaux( 1090 -1153) page review
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...Bernard of Clairvaux According to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, the use of or ntation in religious buildings is sarcastic given the value of the ornaments and the economic position of the congregation. In addition, the use of golden and other expensive relics draws the people from the path of piety. Specifically, he says that the material ornaments are made of gold and clothed with valuable minerals while ‘your children walk naked. In his opinion, it is ironical to put golden statues of the saint in a church where the poor worship as it distracts their devotion. Specifically, he argues that people end up admiring the shiny things instead of seeking righteousness. The relics covered in gold... Saint...
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Romantic Love
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...Malamud, Bernard. The Natural. New York, NY: Perennial Classics, 2000. Print. Maguire, Gregory. Wicked. New York: ReganBooks, 1996. Print.... other out! "(Maguire 49). She explains her love life to Nan, which shows that even the wicked has an affection of loving. Love has no boundaries, a feeling that captures someone that is almost uncontrollable, the story Nan is told considering the type of person she was explains this all. In as much as people have the ability to choose their partners especially in romance, the feeling can dawn over a stranger or close friend someone did not probably think before. Sometimes I say to her, ‘If they stripped all them lace and jewels off you, my dear, I...
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The Fraud Of the Century: The Case of Bernard Madoff
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...Bernard Madoff created the world’s greatest Ponzi scheme. A Ponzi scheme’s system makes sure that it completely disintegrates after the discovery of the fraud. The fraudulent activities of Madoff fell down upon the constant streams of redemptions after the financial turmoil. However the disaster is that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), on several instances, comprising many reliable pursuers, had chances to inspect and discover Madoff’s scheme. The most known and exposed prospect was given by financial analyst Harry Markopolos. He presented a comprehensive financial statement to the SEC in 2005, showing compelling proofs of Madoff’s fraud... Analyzing the Madoff Case Summary of the Case...
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Bernard Arnault And His Duality Pioneering Act Of Lvmh
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...Bernard Arnault, who is believed to be Europe’s wealthiest man, has shifted business focus to Asia, particularly the emerging markets of China and India. Combine these two countries in terms... Globalization 1. Introduction It is often said that international companies which have become tools for globalization have made the world a marketplace where peoples and countries have no recourse but to buy what they do not want to buy. Globalization, despite its many setbacks, has also positive benefits. Due to globalization, national borders are not very important now, and there is the interconnectedness of organizations and businesses, while countries focus more on deregulation, privatization and liberaliza...
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Book Report on Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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...Bernard Shaw has created memorable characters. What makes these characters memorable is their distinct personality traits that make them stand apart. In this essay, we are going to discuss three such distinct traits of the main character of the play, Professor Higgins. The essay will also portray if these traits change or develop over the course of the story. Character traits can be identified in thinking, speaking, and actions of a person. We are going to analyse the following traits of Professor Higgins: 1. Thinking – He is absent-minded 2. Speaking – He is harsh and bullies people... ?Pygmalion – Analysis Assignment A – Analysis of Character Traits Higgins Introduction In the play Pygmalion, George...
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The wasteland theme in American literature
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...Bernard Malamud’s the Mourners also focus on the death and the associated themes that may contribute greatly to its occurrence. Kessler... The Wasteland Theme in American Literature The waste land is a critical work that holds significance in the influence of American literature. Eliot poses as one of the most creative authors of the century. The uniqueness of Eliot’s work is that its depictions add a vital substance to the society through the outstanding themes revealed. The most renowned poem of the previous century, The Waste Land symbolizes modernism. This is witnessed through its apprehensive usurpation of preceding texts in the literary tradition. There is distinct self-conscious craving to be...
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The St. Bernard Dog Problem: Effects of Consuming Ethanol on Body Temperature
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...Bernard dogs have been painted carrying barrels of strong alcoholic drinks around their necks. Historical accounts explain that the drinks were principally used to make warm the rescued victims. Nevertheless, the Saint Bernard’s Hospice fraternity has often denied this allegation and insisted that the depiction only originated from an earlier portrait (Rudolph 7). In actual sense, the claim that alcoholic drinks can save rescued victims from hypothermia does not seem to hold any grounds (Iversen 51). Instead, such drinks only put the lives of the victims at risk. As a result, it is extremely significant to establish the genuine... Alcohol and Body Temperature Introduction For several years, Saint...
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The Plight Of The Artist in Modern Drama, A Study on Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
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...Bernard Shaw examines the causes, process and consequences of changing identities in Pygmalion within the said setting. Several scholars studied the implications of social class and culture to identity transformation and the problems included in it. Literature Review Terry Nienhuis analyses Pygmalion’s various conflicts, usually between the person and society, and the person against another person. He asserts that Higgins’ plight is that, despite his intelligence, social class, and education, he lacks the breeding that is fitting for an emphatic human being (Nienhuis 3). Several times in the drama... March 11, Literature Review for Pygmalion Nineteenth-century London is a place and gender differences....
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Research paper for modern philosophy, The Fable of the Bees by Bernard Mandeville
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...Bernard Mandeville’s, The Fable of the Bees Introduction: In the year 1714, Bernard Mandeville created quite a few ripples among scholars of Philosophy and Economics through his work, The Fable of the Bees. To say that the poem and the explanatory prose caused the raising of many eyebrows is certainly an understatement. This was because the poem seemed to upset the apple cart of virtue – a prized symbol of both private and public life, at the time. There were very few men and women who believed that being virtuous was the second best quality required of them. He forced them to look at life from a totally new perspective. What was also of great import was the style in which the whole... An insight into...
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The Elephant Man, Bernard Pomerance write a a comparison of two characters in the play
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...Bernard. (1979). The Elephant Man. New York: Samuel French.... Thesis ment: Dr. Treves and Joseph Merrick want to have different lives, but remain trapped by unique fates. Outline I. Introduction II. Dr. Treves a. Profession b. Characteristics of unreached perfection in life. III. Joseph Merrick a. Profession b. Disease IV. Comparison a. Similarities between Dr. Treves and Joseph Merrick. b. Differences between Dr. Treves and Joseph Merrick. V. Conclusion Dr. Treves and Joseph Merrick want to have different lives, but remain trapped by unique fates. Dr. Treves desires perfection, Merrick wants to be normal. Their professions as a doctor and sideshow freak respectively are vehicles that do not take them t...
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The Crisis of Islam: Holy War, Unholy Terror by Bernard Lewis
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...Bernard Lewis was born on the 31st of May 1916 and he is a British- American historian who specializes in oriental studies. Lewis is well known as a political commentator and also as a public intellectual and at the same time, he is a professor of Near Eastern studies at Princeton University. His expertise is directed towards the history of Islam religion and the interactions that exist between Islam and the West. Additionally, he is also noted for his academic... The Crisis of Islam: Holy War, Unholy Terror Insert History Introduction The Crisis of Islam: Holy War, Unholy Terror book was publishedin the year 2004 by the Random House Publishing Group. In this book, the author tries to examine the...
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Bernard Lawrence Bernie Madoff
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...Bad Business: The Unethical and Illegal Activities of Bernie Madoff WRITE HERE Floyd Business Law 100 Nov. 22, Bernie Madoff, a former chairman of the NASDAQ stock market, investment advisor, and stock broker, was incarcerated in 2009 for illegal business practices. The many crimes he pleaded guilty to had negative effects on several parties, including private investors, investment groups, and banks. The use of business safeguards such may have prevented some of the negative impacts of Madoff’s business practices; and use of good business and investment practices may have prevented much of the losses experienced by private investors. Under criminal and civil law, several types of legal... Business:...
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Rights of Indigenous People to Self-Determination - The example of Bernard Ominayak / Lubican Lake Ban case
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...Bernard Ominayak, who at that time was the chief of Lubicon Lake Band resulted to a decision being made by the committee handling the case... Running head: Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination Indigenous People and the Right to Self Determination In the recent times, the count of the indigenous people was taken and it was found that, they are about 370 million hosted in about 70 countries. These individuals are said to retain several social aspects which includes; traditions, politics, cultural as well as economic aspects (Ivison, Patton, & Sanders 2000). These social aspects, as compared to those of the environment they live in, are unique and differentiated. The descendants of these ind...
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Compare and Contrast these two literary works: The secret Life of Walter Mitty by Thurber and Im Going by Bernard
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...Bernard's play “I'm Going” and Thurber's short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” describe their ideas regarding men and women and their marriages. Their stories are examples of comedic treatments of marriage, but with underlying cutting satire of what it means to be married and to “become” a man or woman in their times. This paper compares and contrasts the content, form, and writing style of Bernard and Thurber using personal analysis and research. The stories have similar content, where they both see marriage as a trap for men and women's dreams and they use similar themes on reality... ? Marriage, gender, materialism, and technology August 14, Marriage, gender, materialism, and technology...
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An exploration of notions of 'order' present in Bernard Tschumi's deconstructive architecture of the late 70's
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...BERNARD TSCHUMI’S DECONSTRUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE FROM MID-1970s TO EARLY 1980s Introduction Bernard Tschumi born 1944 in Switzerland, is well known as an academician, author and architect. Tschumi’s work as theoretician and designer have contributed to his distinctive avant-garde approach to architecture1. Several key issues have been a part of architectural discourse from the mid-1970s till the early-1980s, including deconstructive theory and concepts of event and programme. Significantly, the notion of ‘order’ in architecture has been understood in various ways. Bernard Tschumi’s incorporation of ‘order’ in his work is evident from various buildings he... ?AN EXPLORATION OF NOTIONS OF ‘ORDER’ PRESENT IN...
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A five paragraph essay (introduction, three body paragraphs, conclusion) discussing how Bernard Shaw accurately depicted his era in Pygmalion
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...Bernard Shaw Accurately Depicted His Era in Pygmalion Introduction The play Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw carries in itself a number of themes that depicted his era in Pygmalion. The play encompasses the following themes that are evident throughout the play; (a) the social classes within Pygmalion and in particular the upper class are based on the background and wealth, (b) education is the main thing to distinguish the various classes in Pygmalion, and (c) there was a popular belief at that period that individuals cannot move from one social class to the other in Pygmalion. The differences of the social classes in regard to education, economic status, and the position in the society are quite... How Bernard ...
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