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The Betrayal of Srebrenica by Ms. Bianca Jagger,
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...Bianca Jagger, "The Betrayal of Srebrenica," in The European, 15th Sep'95 - 1st Oct '95. Ms. Jagger is an honoured member of the Amnesty International, and has over two decades of work on human rights, in various places around the globe, from Nicaragua to Northern Ireland, gathering facts and details and producing reports on issues... THE BETRAYAL OF SREBRENICA - A Critical Review Introduction: Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), a Polish Jewish legal scholar, coined the word 'Genocide' in 1943, from the roots genos (Greek for family, tribe or race) and -cide (Latin - occidere, to massacre), (Wikipedia, 2005). A post-war genocide the shook the entire European nations and the world alike is the Genocide of the...
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Critical paper for the film Lars and the real girl
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...Bianca (a life-size doll). This is because they do not discriminate against the doll or stay away from Lars, but perceive the doll like a real person. This shows the faith that people have in small things that make them happy in life. It is also apparent that the film tackles Lars’ background, which contributes to his habits of not embracing life. He grew up without a mother and their father had abandoned the family, leading to his attitude of avoiding women and other people. The other important thing in the film is the relationship... Critical Paper for the Film “Lars and the Real Girl” The important thing in the film is the respect and unity that the townspeople show Lars in his quest to live with...
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Taming of the Shrew
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...Bianca is full of love. Lucentio symbolizes the poetical, idyllic symbol of love. He falls in love with Bianca, on the first site. To win her love, Lucentio disguises himself as a Latin tutor for the reason of being near her. In his own opinion, this will give him an opportunity to woo her. This actually is a sign of love, because of the extent in which Lucentio did go, for purposes of winning the love of Bianca (Henderson, 2012). It is important to denote that Lucentio came to Padua for studies, and not to look after a wife. However, his priority changed after meeting with Bianca. This is a sacrifice that Lucentio made for love. It is also important to denote... ? The relationship between Lucentio and...
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The taming of the shrew
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...Bianca favours Lucentio more because she prefers to listen to him than to the older man whom she dismisses a couple of times to tune his violin. The language and gestures of Bianca affirm her fondness to Lucentio over Hortensio. Language Shakespeare is known for his mastery of the Elizabethan language and his skill in beautifully orchestrating his lines to develop his sonnets and plays. In this particular passage of the Taming... Language and Staging of Act 3, Scene of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew Act 3, Scene of the Taming of the Shrew shows the two suitors of Biancawho are disguised as instructors, Lucentio as Cambio, the Latin tutor, and Hortensio as Litio, the music teacher. Obviously, Bianca...
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Shakespeare: Taming of The Shrew
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...Bianca, Hortensio and Katherina. This play is about the story of the two daughters of the merchant Baptista who has two daughters. The younger one, Bianca is prettier than the elder one who is named Katherina. Katherina is a strong willed girl who does not want to choose anyone for marrying easily. On the other hand Bianca cannot get married until unless Katherina is married first. Lucentio is a student who arrives to Padua and as he lays his eyes on Bianca he falls in love with her. He exchanges his identity with his servant Tranio. Gremio... ? Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare and Section # of This play The Taming of the Shrew is written by Shakespeare. The main characters in this play are Lucentio,...
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Case conceptualization
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...Bianca, is shockingly wheelchair-bound and according to Lars, very shy. Lars... Case Conceptualization Case Conceptualization The film Lars and the Real Girl is a fable-style movie that speaks of the life of a painfully shy man, Lars whose mother, died at his birth leaving him chronically traumatized, especially of growing up with a depressive and emotionally abusive father. When his father passed on, Lars and his brother Gus got ownership of the family house in which Gus lived with his wife while Lars lived in the house garage. This paper will offer a case conceptualization of the movie “Lars and the Real Girl”. Section 1 Lars’ introvert nature has alienated him from his community, family and colleagues...
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Case Conceptualization Lars and the Real Girl
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...Bianca, is shockingly wheelchair-bound and according to Lars, very shy. Lars... ? Case Conceptualization Case Conceptualization The film Lars and the Real Girl is a fable-style movie that speaks of the life of a painfully shy man, Lars whose mother, died at his birth leaving him chronically traumatized, especially of growing up with a depressive and emotionally abusive father. When his father passed on, Lars and his brother Gus got ownership of the family house in which Gus lived with his wife while Lars lived in the house garage. This paper will offer a case conceptualization of the movie “Lars and the Real Girl”. Section 1 Lars’ introvert nature has alienated him from his community, family and...
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Ten Things I Hate About You Film Review
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...Bianca (Larisa Oleynik) are sisters but despite their blood relation, their personalities are exact polar... ?Shakespeare Meets Modern Day High School 10 Things I hate about you. Director:  Gil Junger Karen McCullah Lutz, Kirsten Smith, Stars: Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Good acting performances, mildly witty dialogues and a Shakespearean adaption ( Taming of the Shrew) make this 1999 teen oriented movie “10 Things I hate About You” and interesting watch. Although I am not much into teen movies and stumbled on this one due to entirely unforeseen circumstances, I was surprised to see a non-irritating teen movie. Kat (Julia Stiles future agent Parson in Bourne Identity) and Bianca...
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Praisesong for the Widow by Paule Marshall
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...Bianca Pride, has given her a sudden... work] The Bloated Feeling in Praisesong for the Widow Praisesong for the Widow by Paule Marshall is a novel that focuses onthe consciousness of a black woman as she remembers, retains, and develops her sense of individual self against the materialism that characterizes American societies. She sees herself in terms of her individuality and not as a part of the larger social network of immediate and extended family as well as the community she was raised to support and honor. Avey Johnson, a middle-class African American widow, pays for her annual cruises to the Caribbean with her two friends, Thomasina and Clarice. The parfait last night on the cruise ship, the Bian...
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Watch the movie and follow questions
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...Bianca who... is not human but just a life-size doll that became known to him through a co-worker. Definitely, this kind of a friend is unusual and unreal, but even with that the entire family and the village so to say seems to be happy with Lars decision to live happily with a doll. Out of all characters performing this movie, it is only Gus, Lars’ brother who looks afraid of what other people would say about his brother’s inanimate relationship with a doll; otherwise, all others encourage Lars, including Dagmar the family doctor (Schwartzberg 110-1) What I find most interesting in the movie is the realism in the almost impossible affair that exists between Lars Lindstrom and the life-size...
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Consumer protection law
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...Bianca Bijoux was attracted to engage in a buy and sell business of shoes where she finally decided to occupy a commercial space for her to market her shoe collection. Here comes Donnie Jonnie the Manager of the Darling Waters Centre came in the picture, when she was the one who deals with Bianca for the lease of a shopping space for business purposes. And due to accessibility of the said space, Bianca decided that she... Introduction on Contract Law It is no easy task to embark on a comparative study of the law of contract. Despite its apparent uniformity the law of contract varies from one country to another, and even within the same system. Those difficulties are compounded in dealing with systems...
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Movie review
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...Bianca form an online store, and he believes that she was a real person, and he even introduces her to people as his girlfriend. Lars takes Bianca for a medical check-up; his doctor confirms that Lars is delusional since he believes strongly, despite evidence to the contrary... Module Effect of Movies in Medicine Henry Poole Is Here and Lars and the Real Girl are two movies that revolve around the physiological effects of a change in psychology, with both presenting pathological cases that were treated by careful manipulation of the patient’s psychology. In Henry Poole Is Here, the main protagonist’s psychology is manipulated by a group of religious believers; in Lars and the Real Girl, a psychologist...
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Law essay
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...Bianca Bijoux was attracted to engage in a buy and sell business of shoes where she finally decided to occupy a commercial space for her to market her shoe collection. Here comes Donnie Jonnie the Manager of the Darling Waters Centre came in the picture, when she was the one who deals with Bianca for the lease of a shopping space for business purposes. And due to accessibility of the said space, Bianca... Introduction on Contract Law It is no easy task to embark on a comparative study of the law of contract. Despite its apparent uniformity the law of contract varies from one country to another, and even within the same system. Those difficulties are compounded in dealing with systems based on Roman law...
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Early Childhood Learning and Development
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...Bianca, 3, in a local nursery near their place. At home, she noticed that Bianca likes to wrap things up. Bianca would wrap a ball with a paper. She would wrap the handles of the door, even the feet of their chairs with papers and sellotapes. She also likes to draw lipsticks around her face and in her dolls' face. Angela would become mad at times because Bianca would use her lipsticks and even wrap her things with papers. She has difficulty cleaning... Working with Parents: Its Importance and Impact on Early Childhood Learning and Development There are several provisions offered for early childhoodlearning and development. Examples of these are state nursery schools and classes, reception classes,...
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How does Shakespeare use femininity in The Taming of the Shrew
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...Bianca is depicted as lovely and more beautiful than her sister.Their father wants both of them to be married. However, Bianca has to be betrothed to a wealthy husband due to her angelic wits and demeanor only after Katherine has been married to whoever suitor that seems interested in her.The suitors of Bianca now take the task of finding Katherine a suitor which will emerge as Petruccio as the play develops. The reader is to make assumptions... How Shakespeare uses Femininity in The Taming of the Shrew. of the of the In major works of literature created by William Shakespeare, Taming of the Shrew conveys an emotive and quintessential experience for the audience.His writings are highly universal and...
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Shakespearean Drama
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...Bianca resists. What is interesting here is that Baptista protects Bianca and tells her to "go ply thy needle". It is the first and only time Bianca is to do an activity of "ideal womanhood". Katherina responds expressing jealousy... ? Topic:  Shakespearean Drama Instructions: Written Assignment 1. Women of the upper knew how to play music, learn the sciences and to do needlepoint. They were still considered property of their husbands as a dowry was exchanged as a contract to guarantee their safety and protection from the outside world. The women were often young children by our standards: 12-14 years of age. The play is a question of the ridiculous power struggle of the concept of contracts. Katharina...
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Othello Act III
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...Bianca is an admirer of Cassio. He asks her to take the handkerchief and get it copied. She thinks... Othello Act III Emilia tells Cassio that Desdemona is speaking up for him, and trying to make Othello forgive him for getting involved with the locals in a fight. 2. Iago plants the idea in Othello’s mind that Cassio is up to something with Desdemona, because he implies that Cassio left in a guilty fashion when he saw Othello coming. 3. Desdemona is very successful, because Othello will give her everything she wants. As she leaves, Othello recognizes that he loves her and she leads him into dangerous territory, but at the same time she gives him stability. 4. If Iago told Othello straight out that Desdem...
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Compare and contrast the ways in which two plays investigate the question of gender
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...Bianca, a rich daughter, who elopes with her love, Leantio and lives secretly in his mother’s place. Despite her husband’s exhortation, the Duke of Florence determines to lure her with the help of Livia, a wealthy widow in the neighborhood. Bianca is seduced by Duke and turns to be his mistress leaving her husband. Parallel to it goes the story of Isabella, who engages in an affair with her uncle, Hippolito, with the help of his sister Livia, and later is forced for a marriage with a rich foolish Ward. On the night before the wedding of Bianca, she is raped by Sordido, as a punishment for her acquisitive complicity for the Duke’s seduction. However, the Ward is not ever a fool... ?Compare and Contrast–...
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Bend It Like Beckham and 10 things I Hate about You - comparison
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...Bianca Stratford, and Jess’s older sister, Pinky. It is also critical to note that Pinky and Bianca... ?‘Bend it like beckham’ (2002) by Gurinder Chadha and ‘10 things I hate about you’ (1999) by Gil Junger, are two movies that depict two culturally diverse lifestyles; With ‘Bend it like Beckham’ portraying not just the perceived and deep rooted differences between the British and Asian lifestyles, but also the numerous clashes that are found within the Punjabi community itself. On the other hand ‘10 things I hate about you’, is about a wealthy middle class American family and the everyday challenges in the lives of teenagers. While one film focuses on the sport soccer to depict its message the other is...
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Taming of the Shrew
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...Bianca (Dixon, 2012). Her father loved Bianca because of her submissiveness, and obedience. These are virtues that Katharina loathed and did not have. Another source of jealousy emanated from Bianca’s ability to attract suitors. For example, Bianca managed to attract the love and attention of Lucentio, Gremio and Hortensio (Shakespeare and Foster, 2012). On the other hand, Katharina had no suitors, and thus Bianca could not get married before Katharina. This really made Katharina unhappy and desperate... denotes that it is the responsibility of a woman to love her husband, and be submissive. These are values that Katharine never ascribed to before getting married to Petruchio. The fear of...
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Essay discussion
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...Bianca et al. (2011) have favored the popular culture and have said that it should be wisely used to gain maximum benefits. Popular culture must be used in child education so that the children can be made aware of the controversial issues of the society at a very young age. This is conducive for the development of their better understanding... ?Discussion Reflection upon mate s presentation: Jaksic et al. have rightly determined the relationship between popular culture and literacy. It would not be wrong to say the popular culture is fundamentally an outcome of literacy. Writing and images form the basis of popular culture. For decades, educationalists have reached the minds of the society through pen,...
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Paper on TV show
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...Bianca, spots... Movies and shows that depict comedy, pun and jokes are a huge hit in the film industry today, with a constantly increasing audience. The comedy that is shown on television today ranges from PG rated adult content to short jokes intended for children. There is an extravagant variety of shows and movies that relate themselves to comedy; this essay will be making use of shows that are featuring today and a couple of those that were a sensation in comedy drama in their time; namely these are “Girls”, “Roseanne”, and “30 Rock”. The listed shows are a few of the many comedy series that are aired, however, this essay will be taking into consideration how each of these shows demonstrate the...
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Othello
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...Bianca who he teases from time to time with promises of marrying her. Therefore, Lago is portrayed as evil and causes of trouble and harm. Works cited Orlin, Lena Cowen. Othello. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. Print. Shakespeare, William. Othello. Middlesex: Penguin, 1968.... Othello Lago is the standard bearer of Othello and the main villain of the play. He is married to Emilia who is unquestionably distrustful towards him. Lago admits lusting after Desdemonna and justifies his actions that Othello may have slept with his wife, and so he just wants to get even. Later in the play Lago murders his wife which could be due to his strong hatred for women. He is an extremely ...
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Mock trial
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...Bianca and the defense team can consider a peremptory challenge (Tarr 130). The removal of the jury would weed out the biased jurors who would determine the case in favor of the plaintiff. The case of Davis v. HappyLand company evokes emotional that may attach some of the juror members to the loss of Andrea’s loss. The jurors would... Davis vs. HappyLand Toy Company Strategy that plaintiffs would use in the jury selection process Andrea Davis should establish a common bond with each member of the juror (Tarr 128). The strategy would establish rapport with the jurors so that when they look at Andrea, they will see something that defines their lives. Andrea and the three attorneys should take advantage of ...
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Western literature. Shakespeare and Robert Bolt
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...Bianca - who hardly appear in the film version, although she has a significant role in the play. It is evident that the playwright presents a male dominated society in the play where women are inferior and all the female characters including Desdemona, Emilia, and Bianca are abandoned by their partners, though they love them magnanimously. A prominent question regarding the portrayal of women in the play is whether Shakespeare can be faulted in any way for his treatment of women, or is it an accurate and realistic portrayal of women in this play. As Shakespeare... Western Heritage A. Shakespeare's View of Women: In the play Othello, there are three significant female characters - Desdemona, Emilia, and...
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Katherina is not tamed by Petruchio: She tames herself. Do you agree with this statement
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...Bianca, widow etc. Among all Katherina’s transformation has been given more attention than the others. All the comic scenes are woven along with the incidents related to taming. Katherina earns the hatred of the men in the play and the audience in the beginning, but as the play goes on it becomes quiet clear that she had been made like this due to the partial... Katherina is not tamed by Petruchio: She tamed by herself- Dicussion of the given ment. William Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, is oneof the best comedies knitted along with the Elizabethan requirements of courtship and marriage. A theme s intended for the contemporary audience. The play is concentrated mainly on women characters Katherina,...
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A Study of William Shakespeare's Othello
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...Bianca, Brabanzio, Montano, Lodovico, Graziano, Duke of Venice and Clown. This paper presents a study of William Shakespeare’s “Othello”. Intentions: Passion vs. Reason Different characters in the play display how their intentions are strikingly driven by passion instead of reason. At first, Othello and Roderigo are powerful and rich respectively, and they have a common goal... A study of William Shakespeare’s Othello “Othello” is a ical play written by the famous William Shakespeare. The play’s context is in Venice and Cyprus. The main characters in the play are Othello; the play is named after him, Iago, Desdemona, Emilia and Cassio. On the other hand, the supporting characters are Roderigo, Bianca,...
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Equity and trusts
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...Bianca does not have any interest and cannot claim any interest in the London flat or in the Essex property because there was no document evidencing her interest in said properties as required by the Property Act of 1925, nor has she earned any resulting, constructive and implied trusts over them to merit exception under the aforementioned law. 2.0 Discussion Under English law, the presumption of community of ownership does not exist. This is true even with respect to couples who are married and have shared together a long, stable life. The law takes an objective perspective of property relations such that even if married couples lived together... Equity and Trusts: The Family Home 0 Overview ment Bianca ...
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Journal
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...Bianca Fadda. “Women and Hysteria in the History of Mental Health.” Clin Pract Epidemiol Ment Health 8: 110–119.... Your full March 28, Hysteria in Women Hysteria is a mental illness commonly found in women, and its evolution has been totally misunderstood. This illness was not treated as a disease when it came into notice 4000 years back, and was originally associated with demonological impacts upon women. It was understood that women were more prone to sorcery and its effects, which caused this mental illness. It was after 4000 years when Freud made this illness accepted as a special disease of women. In the 4000 years of its history, this illness has been treated by herbs. The female was exposed to...
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Misogynistic portrayals of women in Othello
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...Bianca, Emilia, and Desdemona being in relation with the male characters Cassio, Iago and Othello. In those days women were considered as creatures with no intellectual power. However we find that the women characters of the play speak sense throughout the play. Women characters are also found... The most interesting factor of Shakespeares depiction of women in his plays is that women are silenced towards the end of the play by their male counterparts. The actions and choices of men make women close their mouth in many Shakespearian plays. Shakespeare was very efficient in portraying human behavior. He wonderfully depicted the stand of women in a society that was patriarchal in nature. This is evident in ...
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Based on your analyses of The Catcher in the Rye and two films demonstrate one lesson developed in these texts about the role of
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...Bianca Startford in Gil Junger’s 10 Things I Hate About You all struggle to maintain relationships with their parents while discovering their own identities, yielding different results in each situation. From the beginning of The Catcher in the Rye, it is evident that Holden Caulfield’s relationship with his parents isn’t quite what it is supposed to be. Holden discusses how he has been kicked out of school and yet, his parents are entirely unaware of it. He also expresses that he has no desire to come home. Right there, it was evident that Caulfield had a disconnect... ?Parent-Child Relationships in Literature and Film Teenage angst is a huge theme in both literature and film. It is a topic often...
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Compare the role of women in Caroyl Churchill's top girls and Shakespeares taming of the shrew
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...Bianca. Katharine is apparently rude, ill tampered and defiant while Bianca is meek and nice with moderate manners. Both girls fight for gaining their father’s attention. Katherine’s jealousy and selfishness is due to Bianca’s approval by everyone as she says, “She is your treasure, she must have a husband; I must dance bare-foot on her wedding day” (The Taming of the Shrew. 2.1.35-36).1 Katherine is independent and has free will, but at the same time she is bitchy and her father want her to get married at any cost. On the other hand, Bianca pretends... Compare the role of women in Caroyl Churchills "Top girls” and Shakespeare’s "Taming of The Shrew" From Victorian to contemporary, literature has...
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Write a script for a dramatic monologue for the novel of the William Shakespeare Play The Taming of the Shrew
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...Bianca, her sister, and the widow who married Hortensio, Bianca’s former suitor. The content of this speech reflects the duties women owe to their husbands. KATHARINA: It is forbidden on a woman to frown at her husband because he is her Lord, Governor and King. Such actions diminish her personal beauty and value in the eyes of others. Such a woman is like muddy water fountain; even if a man craves for the refreshment water has... Teacher’s English 9th September Taming Of the Shrew – William Shakespeare Katharina’s Monologue: Act V Scene II Katharina isnow a tamed shrew as proved by her immediate response to her husband’s orders. On her husband Petruchio’s request, Katharina delivers a speech to Bianca,...
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Charles Manson
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...Bianca’ killings that immortalised him as the embodiment of the evil. Manson together with his loyal disciples are believed... ? Charles Manson Lecturer: Freedom from physical attack is paramount to all members of a society since the right to life and physical security is core to all other inalienable rights of an individual; therefore, crimes of violence against persons warrant severe penalties (Carper, McKinsey and West 2008). Even though, violence often develops from emotions that are often hard to control there are distinctions in moral culpability. Murder is the illegal killing of a person with malice, which denotes the highest level of moral responsibility or blameworthiness. The presence of malice ...
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Module 9
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...Bianca (sc. 4, 170-175)? Ans: He passed the handkerchief to her lover to copy it. Act IV 21. What further... Module 9 Study Questions Act I Of what fact do we become immediately aware in the first 30 lines of the play? Ans: We get awared of the fact that Raderigo and Lago both are jealous from Othello. 2. What is the gist of Iagos speech, lines 37-63 (scene 1), concluding with "I am not what am"? Ans: Lago is expressing his hatred for Othello in front of Roderigo to include him in his plan of revenge. 3. Of what have Roderigo and Iago accused Othello when they rouse Brabantio from bed? Ans: They accused him that he came to meet Branbantios daughter every night and now had eloped wi...
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Sovereign Funds Investment in Qatar and Dubai
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...Bianca.2008) Investment Strategies and Diversified Portfolios: IMF provides classification of SWFs investment strategies in three... ? Sovereign Wealth Funds- Sources of Investment in Qatar and Dubai Sovereign Wealth Funds- Sources of Investment in Qatar & Dubai Introduction: Sovereign wealth funds investment is one of the most debatable topics in recent times. Due to rapid growth in international markets and foreign exchange reserves, governments have accumulated vast amount of foreign assets. These circumstances raise question about the management, transparency and accountability of these investments and its effects on financial markets. The Gulf countries being the hub of resources like oil and...
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Women Characters in Othello and The Rover
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...Bianca are seen at the outset of the play respecting men almost to the point of worshipping them. But Desdemona’s tragic trajectory definitely serves as a lesson to the other women and Desdemona as well. Emilia is seen evolving out as a power centre... ?Women Characters in ‘Othello’ and ‘The Rover’ Introduction Literature evolves from life. Whether it is Elizabethan age or very recent canon of post-modernism, literature has continued to bear the imprints of life and society within the compass of its creativity. The plays “Othello” by William Shakespeare and “The Rover” by Aphra Behn bear the essence of their time and most importantly both these contemporary plays have emerged beyond their time,...
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Jealous Nature of Othello
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...Bianca, Roderigo and Othello. They do things that one hardly expects them to do, their persona gets changed after this feeling grips them. The characters find a resolution which differs and they deal with their problem in a different way. They adopt different methods when it comes to dealing with this powerful emotion. Iago is a character who develops jealously from the very first time in the tragedy, as discussed... ?Client’s 20 April William Shakespeare is a household and he has become h9S because of his exquisite work in literature.Othello is a masterpiece written by Shakespeare and this paper will shed more light upon this tragedy. Othello Jealously is without a doubt one of the strongest emotions,...
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An interoffice memorandum and an e-mail
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...bianca@PhoenixAdvertising.com cc: gsforest@PhoenixAdvertising.com bcc: Subject: Roanoke Branch Dear Bianca, As you are probably aware of, the Roanoke Branch of our company is currently beset by a problem of low employee morale and productivity. To appropriately tackle this problem, the Human Resources Department (HRD) is conducting an investigation on the matter. It is our objective to analyze the situation and propose possible solutions to address the problem immediately. In view of the above, our Department needs to study and analyze the payroll statements of the Roanoke Branch for the past 12 months. Furthermore, our Department will have... interoffice memorandum to The executive team from ms....
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Why juveniles run away, and what should be done with them when they are cought
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...Bianca, 2008). Poor living conditions also make them an easy target for abductors who easily lure them with good lives and in turn make them run away from their homes. In case of poverty, juveniles are easily lured with money and other good promises that make them run away from their homes. Poverty also leads to neglect and lack of financial support that prompt the juveniles to run away as they attempt to fend for themselves and escape the poverty in their homes (Zhang, Antonios, David & Victor, 2007). Mental illness A mentally ill juvenile requires a lot of attention and care, lack of which may make him run away from their homes since... Why Juveniles run away and what should be done to them when they ...
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A comparison and contrast of Shakespeares Kate and Portia
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...Bianca and in the second, the love of the male protagonist for Portia sets in motion a sequence of events that culminate into the dilemma of resolving the issue of how... ?Compare and Contrast: Shakespeare’s Kate and Portia Two of William Shakespeare’s plays where women play pivotal roles are The Taming of the Shrew and The Merchant of Venice. Written sometime between 1593 and 1594, The Taming of the Shrew has also distinguished itself as the only Shakespearean play with an induction or a prologue that introduces the main play (Bloom 16). This farcical play revolves primarily around how a chauvinistic and materialistic, but crafty man, sets out to subjugate a woman notorious for her foul-temper and sharp ...
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Discuss William Shakespeares Othello, the Moor of Venice as a tragedy. As defined by Aristotle, is it correct to label Othello a tragic hero and to classify the play as an Aristotelian tragedy
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...Bianca, Roderigo and Othello get affected by this powerful emotion of jealously in the tragedy. They do things which one hardly expects them to do, their persona gets changed after this feeling grips them. The characters find a resolution which differs and they deal with their problem in a different way. They adopt different methods when it comes to dealing with this powerful emotion. Iago is a character who develops jealously for the very first time in the tragedy, as discussed earlier, the jealously quickly transforms into anger and then into revenge... Client’s 11 May Polymath refers to a person who is a man of many talents; Aristotle was a polymath without a shadow of a doubt. Hewas a great...
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RESPONSE Waiting for Superman
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...Bianca, Emily, Anthony, Daisy, and Francisco studying in charter school. All deserve better in life and are capable of achieving their respective goals. Guggenheim tries to show how the current system is hindering their progress rather than boosting. An important feature appeasing me is the director’s aim in developing ‘education system-renewal’ ideas in viewers mind.In the film as all have proven results of success, they are assaulted... ?8 March 11, Response; Waiting of Superman Introduction Waiting for superman is a documentary film aiming to plot some aspect of reality. The film directed by Davis Guggenheim focuses on the failures of the public sector education imparted in United States and is a...
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Othello
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...Bianca reveals to the readers that much of the tragedy in the society would have been avoided if the men in this society would have decided to give women some attention and get their opinion. It is regrettable that the play ends and nothing like that has happened. The women are still under dangerous oppression (Kennedy & Dana, 37). Emilia tells her friends, Desdemona and Bianca, “They are all but stomachs, and we all but food... Task: Othello William Shakespeare is one of the world’s most popular personalities in the world of literature. His sonnets, books, songs, and plays have been used by several literature analysts and students in various matriculation institutions across the globe. Among his...
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Discuss William Shakespeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice as a Tragedy
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...Bianca, Roderigo and Othello get affected by this powerful emotion of jealously in the tragedy. They do things which one hardly expects them to do, their persona gets changed after this feeling grips them. The characters find a resolution which differs and they deal with their problem in a different way. They adopt different methods when it comes to dealing with this powerful emotion. Iago is a character who develops jealously for the very first time in the tragedy, as discussed earlier, the jealously quickly transforms into anger and then into revenge against... ?Client’s 11 May Polymath refers to a person who is a man of many talents; Aristotle was a polymath without a shadow of a doubt. He was a great ...
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Essay on Shakespeare's play Othello the Moor of Venice
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...Bianca so that Othello would be manipulated into thinking that he was actually talking about Desdemona (Shakespeare IV, i). It is at this juncture of the play that Iago moves from stage manager to actor. Iago convinces Rodrigo that if Cassio were to replace Othello... ? Shakespeare criticism is vast. The nature of interpretation itself entails that no one single unified reading can ever fix and finalize an explanation of a text. And, the vastness of Shakespeare criticism suggests that many conflicting and evolving perspectives are the very reason for this breadth of scholarship. However, with all of the vastness and diversity of Shakespeare scholarship, it is difficult to imagine that anyone reading...
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Othello
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...Bianca indicates the role of women in the play. Bianca is a prostitute who serves Cassio, with the expectations... Iago’s success in convincing Othello to hate his wife attributes to the male attitudes towards women in the play. In the beginning, Othello appears to trust his wife Desdemona, to the extent of admitting his love for her in the presence of her father, Brabanzio. Brabanzio’s attitude to women is evident when dealing with his daughter (Shakespeare 24). Brabanzio learns that his daughter and Othello are secretly married when Iago and Rodrigo inform him of his daughter’s disappearance. When Brabanzio is sure that his daughter is missing, he commences a mission to search for Othello with the...
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MGT 5A1 Principles of Human Resources Assessment Task Specifications On this module the formative activities (developmental, pr
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...Bianca, 2013). Companies receive recommendation to emulate the human resource practice of Barclays Bank Kenya of promoting employee welfare. This gives motivation to employees and inspires loyalty from them. This in turn sees the bank get better returns as employees maximize their input in work. Barclays Bank offers a well-planned pension scheme... ? Barclay’s Bank Kenya Human Resource Any human resources’ department faces the important task of managing employees in an organization to ensure optimum results of the company. Research shows that human resource management contributes to eighty percent of the success of a business. Therefore, mismanagement of this department is detrimental to the growth and...
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Falstaff and Willmore in Shakespeare and Behn
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...Bianca. Willmore, the irrepressible rake, has pledged his love to her, but instead falls in love with Hellena. Instead of wilting... Running Header: FASCINATION WITH THE FRINGES Fascination with the Fringes: Falstaff and Willmore in Shakespeare and Behn Your Professor Your Class Date of Submission Both William Shakespeare and Aphra Behn, in their own ways, pushed boundaries of existing social mores in their plays. Some view the anti-Semitic way in which Shylock is treated in A Merchant of Venice as a damning look at the way Jews were treated in Shakespeare's London, and some view the way in which Othello was so easily given military leadership, and yet so unwillingly given a white bride, as a conde...
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Human Resource Management
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...Bianca, 2013). Therefore, this study aims to provide a review of the training methods used to deliver training. Review the training methods used to deliver training Human resource manager is responsible for choosing the training method used to delivering training among his/her employees. However, various factors should be taken into consideration in order to ensure that the method of training utilized meets... ? Human Resource Management Executive Summary The various training methods used by managers and supervisor to deliver training among their trainees include: on job training, discussion/lecture method, mentoring/coaching, case study, simulation as well as technology based training method. On job...
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