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Divorce/marrige and symbolism in Jude the obscure
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...Jude in “Jude the Obscure” Introduction “Jude the Obscure”, written by Thomas Hardy, was published in the year 1895 though it began as a magazine serial much before. The book was burnt by William Walsham How and Bishop of Wakefield at a public place, the very year it was published. The novel, “Jude the Obscure” was Hardy’s last novel and the plot of the novel revolves round the Jude Fawley, the working-class protagonist of the novel and his cousin and poignant love interest, Jude Bridehead. The themes of class, education, religion and marriages are captivated within the pages of the novel and it dwindles between these multiple... ?Theme of Marriage and Divorce and Symbolic Interpretation of Sue and Jude...
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English literature
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...Jude the Obscure and Far from the Madding Crowd “Happiness is but an occasional episode in the general drama of life.” Thomas Hardy, The Mayor of Casterbridge The public reaction to Thomas Hardy’s novel Jude the Obscure was so violent that Hardy gave up writing novels altogether. And yet, what else could he have expected when presenting the Victorian public with a squalid and depressing novel of sordid, unhappy love and dark, desperate murder? To Hardy, though, such darkness was par for the course — an essential element of the human condition. Hardy’s novels were about ordinary people living ordinary lives, and Hardy saw those... In the Shadows The grim pessimism of Thomas Hardy’s protagonists in Jude...
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2.The primary conventions of realism are its deflation of ambition and passion, its anti-heroism, its tendency to see all people and things within large containing social organizations and, hence, its apparently digressive preoccupation with surfaces,
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...Jude the Obscure and Dickens’ Great Expectations as Realist Novels George Levine (Mckeon 2000) quoted in the book, Theory of the Novel: A Historical Approach, “The primary conventions of realism are its deflation of ambition and passion, its anti-heroism, its tendency to see all people and things within large containing social organizations and, hence, its apparently digressive preoccupation with surfaces, things, particularities social manners.” In his book, Levine reasoned that the standards of a Realist novel should be recognized. Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens are examples of...
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A Literature-Based Unit
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...Jude the Obscure, Julie of the Wolves, Of Mice and Men, The Secret Garden, Siddhartha, and Treasure Island. II. Teaching Content The content... ; to cross the silent hall, to ascend the darksome staircase, to seek my own lonely little room, and then to meet tranquil Mrs. Fairfax,a nd spend the long winter evening with herto slip again over my faculties the viewless fetters of an uniform"4 5. Hardy, Thomas. Jude the Obscure. New York: Airmont Publishing Co., 1966. Jude the Obscure is somewhat of a depressing novel, but nonetheless, it is a good book concerning relationships. Jude Fawley is a man...
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The primary conventions of realism are its deflation of ambition and passion, its anti-heroism, its tendency to see all people and things within large containing social organizations and, hence, its apparently digressive preoccupation with surfaces, thing
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...Jude the Obscure describes a common scenario: a working class man who aspires to become a scholar and a woman who embraces extreme realism. By and large, the themes used in the novel rotate... George Levine argues on the standards of realism, that is, a portrayal of actual events rather than imaginary or pretend chronicles. It is critical of Levine to refer to realism as a “deflation” of “ambition and passion, its anti-heroism, its tendency to see all people and things within large containing social organizations…” because these themes richly exist in all cultures. To deflate these themes does not mean to completely rid but to use them as part of the context in which artistic works are created. Jude th...
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Thomas Hardy
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...Jude the Obscure, is the most powerful of the books in which Hardy has eloquently used his pessimism through his landscape imagery to highlight the fatigue of modern vitality that brought bitter spectacle of human pains. Overall, his works show that he was not concerned with creating a system of thought or exploring a philosophical notion, but the inner struggle of his own spirit of denial and acceptance. His works form the most vigorous and personal canon of modern English literature. They give us the reaction of his thought to events, discreet hints as to his sentimental life... ?28 July Thomas Hardy: a Novelist with a Poetic Vision Thomas Hardy, born near Dorchester in 1840, was first an architect,...
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John Crowe Ransom described Hardy as essentially a Victorian poet, in which sense is this true
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...Jude the Obscure' and 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles', combined with his own 'literary inferiority complex' and his considerations of the novel form, led to his... John Crowe Ransom described Hardy as essentially a Victorian poet, in which sense is this true Hardy initially viewed himself as a poet, in spite of the fact that he was an outstanding novelist as well. Over his life course he created over 900 poems, most of them were really spontaneous, and a few of these lyrics are the works of lasting lyrical genius. Hardy produced his poems before his career as an architect and throughout the whole period he was creating novels as a means of earning his living. In 1896, extremely critical reviews of 'Jude the ...
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Victorian Society
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...Jude the Obscure, where he depicted the fallibility of marriage, compelling Bishop of Wakefield to throw the book on the fire, being disgusted with the novel's 'insolence and indecency,' Hardy turned towards poetry. Hence, the writers... 158472 Having a much loved Queen Victoria as a long reining monarch, did not help British women in any way, in their quest of finding their voice. It was a rigid, patriarchal society, where women were not ignored or downtrodden, but were indulged and tolerated, and to some extent, venerated. When it came to morality and sexual matters, Victorian society was as prudish as the earlier medieval British societies. The social structure of Victorian society was like any...
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Obscure Country Research Project
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...Obscure Country: Bangladesh School Bangladesh Neighbouring Countries Bangladesh is a country located in the Southern Asia which came into being in 1971 after West Pakistan split from it. It was formerly known as East Pakistan when Pakistan received its independence from British Raj. In the southeast, Bangladesh is bordered by Myanmar whereas on the west, north and north east it has India. It is spread over a land boundary of 55,598 square miles. It has a long history of military rule up till the year of 1990 when it finally got under a democratic political rule. The political tensions are still known to be building up within the state however it is improving in the sector...
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Camera Obscure Essay
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...OBSCURE Task: Camera obscure Introduction What is it? Camera obscura is an enclosed place with a diminutive hole that permits light to go through it. If the wall, of a dark room has a diminutive hole, the light rays from outside create images of things that are outside. The outside image undergoes formation on the surface that is opposite the small hole (Wlgus & Jack 2004). The images can also be constituted on a slip of the article or any surfaces that are facing the hole. The hole can be in a door or any solid surface. According to Steadman 2001(4), this is the connotation of camera obscura according to the astronomer Kepler. Usually, the typical image of the camera obscura is very thin... ? CAMERA...
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List of countries for Obscure Country Project
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...Obscure Country Project: Eritrea Figure www.worldofmaps.net/en/africa/map-eritrea [School INTRODUCTION AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Eritrea is an obscure country from the African Continent. The official name of the state is of Eritrea (Hagere Ertra). The capital city of the country is named as Asmara A few other major cities of the country are Keren, Assab, Massawa, Afabet. Historically, Eritrea has existed as a separate political entity long before it established its stature as an autonomous country on the 24th of May 1993. It was in this year that the country gained independence from Ethiopia. The independence was the resultant of a referendum in which...
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Implementing a Sustainability Plan at St. Jude Medical
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...Jude Medical Brian Giuliano Texas A&M Commerce Carol Langford May 30, Table of Contents Implementing a Sustainability Plan at St. Jude Medical 3 Introduction 3 St. Jude Medical 3 Literature Review 4 Sustainability 4 Implementing a Sustainability Plan 5 The Components of a Sustainability Plan 6 Sustainability framework 6 Rationale 7 Vision 8 Key impacts 8 Action plan 9 Barriers to Implementing Sustainability Plan 10 Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Sustainability Plan 11 Methodology 12 Conclusion 13 References 15 Implementing a Sustainability Plan at St. Jude Medical Introduction Sustainability is a common term used in many organizations... . Uncertainty in the future is one of the common...
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How useful is the Letter of Jude for the Church Today
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...Jude for the Church Today The book of Jude, written by the half-brother of Jesus and a brother to James is an epistle that communicates a relevant message to churches since it was written. Though it is one of the shortest books of the new testament, it bear a strong message that keeps believers aware of the those who are honest teachers and those whose intention is to take away the joy provided by salvation. In his book, Jude is strict and goes straight to the point. He points out the evils in the church and provides a means for believers to stay safe and focus on the second coming of Jesus Christ (Brown 79). The book comes in handy today as there are many false teachers who... Importance of the Book of...
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Obscure Country Research Project
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...? Pakistan School (image: http www.tourism.gov.pk/destinations.html Pakistan Location of Pakistan, Demography and Divisions TheIslamic Republic of Pakistan is an Asian country which has a geographical area of 803,943 square kilometers. The country achieved independence in the year 1947 from the rule of the British as the Indian subcontinent was a colony of the British Empire. The independence resulted due to a revolt by the Muslims of India for the creation of a separate homeland. Ninety seven percent of the people living in the country follow the religion of Islam whereas the other three percent are mainly the followers of Christianity and Hinduism. The capital city of Pakistan is Islamabad...
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List of countries for Obscure Country Project
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...? Country Profile: Pakistan School Pakistan History, Geography and Climate of Pakistan The Islamic Republic of Pakistan gained its independence on August 14th 1947 from the British Indian Empire. The total land area of Pakistan is 796,095 sq km with a population of around 172.80 million people as per the consensus in 2008. Pakistan is surrounded by different mountains and countries on its sides. It is bordered by Iran on the West, India on the East, Afghanistan on the North West and the Arabian sea on the South. The geography of Pakistan consists the huge mountains of Karakoram and Himalayas on the north along with the hot deserts found in other areas and the beauty of the beaches... Country Profile:...
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Discussion
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...Jude make one feel that there is a close connection between the two though it is not clear as to who was dependent on whom. The only thing that can be safely ascertained from the similarity is that both 2 Peter and Jude shared a common apostolic message. The first point that deserves attention is the fact that there is a significant difference between 1 Peter and 2 Peter in style and tone. To illustrate, the first one is written with the aim of strengthening the persecuted Church while the second is intended to give a warning to those Churches where there are false teachers. Still it is not possible to claim... ?Letters of Peter and John The common wordings and ideas between 2 Peter and the Letter of...
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Leadership
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...Jude a leader who has had immense positive influence in my life. He is ten years older than me. Hehas always acted mature for as long as I can remember. Jude has been part of my family for the last seven years a time within which he has corrected, rebuked and inspired me in numerous ways. His success in studies inspired me to success; he often coached in various subjects and was a major influence on my social life. He showed me how to relate to others including my peers and adults. Jude showed that he was a great leader in many ways. He possessed appropriate personality traits and assumed his role as a leader effective. Jude is an honest man and would often correct me... Leadership I consider my cousin...
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St. Jude's Children Research Hospital
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...Jude Children’s Research Hospital is one of its unique kinds whose main aim is to perform vast clinical research in the quest of finding new treatment options and providing free... Program The by number and Current Reading Assignment Report: A of paper that discusses the specific application’s areaand why it is an important problem/issue for health care delivery system(s) Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for HSA 3311, Health Delivery Systems [Writer’s Name] Introduction A society of healthy individuals cannot be completed without an effective and efficient health care system. A health care system provides treatment to all the individuals in a proficient and coherent manner. A wide div...
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Various sources of short-term finance
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...Jude Medical (NYSE:STJ) and Medtronic Inc. (NYSE:MDT). The sector, that these companies belong to, is the Healthcare Sector with Medical Appliance and Equipment Industry. St. Jude Medical St. Jude Medical is currently financing its short-term obligations through trade credit and the bank credit as per the financial statements for the year ended 2010. Medtronic Inc. Medtronic Inc. also meets its short term finance requirements with both trade credit and the bank credit. In the balance sheet, trade credit and bank credit are represented by accounts payable and short-term borrowings as on 2010. Liquidity Ratios Liquidity Ratios   STJ MDT         Current Ratio Current Assets 2912 2.86 9839 1.92... ?Table of...
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Assignment paper week 1
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...Jude Medical is a leading provider of medical equipment and services; it operates internationally and has its headquarters in the United States. Human resources policies strongly support diversity and inclusion in the workforce, in so far as hiring, placement, recruiting, treatment and compensation are concerned. However, beyond the claims of the policy statements, there is still evidence that in the matter of promotions there is still a significant bias on the part of SJM management in the acceptance of women to executive positions compared to men, with men outnumbering women more than 4-to-1 in these posts. SJM... Running head: DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations St....
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Proforma/ Business plan for my work
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...Jude Medical Center is a quality designer and producer of medical devices for cardiovascular applications, such as state-of-the-art 3D Mapping Procedures. The capital equipment which could greatly benefit Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center are the 3D Velocity Mapping System, Workmate Recording System, and Ablation System Generator and Pump. These products will enable premiere cardiac specialists such as Dr. Dan Friedman to conduct procedures in Florida Hospital that have a high gross profit margin of 67% to 74% of the Medicare reimbursement on these cases. The acquisition of these equipment not only... ? http www.stlukesmedicalcenter.com.ph/assets/images/news/cardiac02.jpg Executive Summary St....
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Week 1 Discussion paper EMBA 535
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...Jude Medical offering products of high quality but with competitive price compared to similar health care products provided by other manufacturers not only in the US but also around the world. It would not be all about the monetary aspect but competitiveness globally would also... Management 535 Weekly Theme: Global Competitiveness Texas A&M-Commerce In partial fulfillment of the requirements for MGT 590 Lloyd M. Basham March 30, 2012 Table of Contents Page Abstract 3 Definition 4 My Perception of Global Competitiveness 4 Global Competitiveness in my Career 5 References 7 Abstract The world is full of competitions. In almost any aspect, there is competition...
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The Male and Female Dynamics in Sula
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...Jude's affair with Sula later in the novel. This is the family background for Sula's conventional alter-ego. Eva is Sula's grandmother. Her relationship with BoyBoy (her husband) dissolved when he walked out after five years of marriage. He left Eva with three small hungry children and no visible means of support. Eva left town for an eighteen month period of time, after which she returned, with a mysterious supply of money and one leg. She built a large house, complete with adoptive children and boarders. When BoyBoy visits her after a few years away, she acts as if she... cuts the tip of her finger off as a powerful demonstration to the male bullies. They have no need for men...
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Global Competitiveness Assignment
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...Jude Medical offering products of high quality but with competitive price compared to similar health care products provided by other manufacturers not only in the US but also around the world. It would not be all about the monetary aspect but competitiveness globally would also include holistic development of the company... ? Management 535 Weekly Theme: Global Competitiveness Texas A&M-Commerce In partial fulfillment of the requirements for MGT 590 Lloyd M. Basham March 30, 2012 Table of Contents Page Abstract 3 Definition 4 My Perception of Global Competitiveness 4 Global Competitiveness in my Career 5 References 7 Abstract The world is full of competitions. In almost any aspect, there is competition....
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The Male and Female Dynamics in Sula
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...Jude’s affair with Sula later in the novel. This is the family background for Sula’s conventional alter-ego. Eva is Sula’s grandmother. Her relationship with BoyBoy (her husband) dissolved when he walked out after five years of marriage. He left Eva with three small hungry children and no visible means of support. Eva left town for an eighteen month period of time, after which she returned, with a mysterious supply of money and one leg. She built a large house, complete with adoptive children and boarders. When BoyBoy visits her after a few years away, she acts as if she... The Male and Female Dynamics in Sula by number] The male and female dynamics inthe novel Sula, by Toni Morrison, form the...
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Critical Analysis of the Themes of Sexuality, Family and Characterization in Morrison's Sula
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...Jude till the last moment of her camaraderie with Sula. The difference between Nel’s friendship with Sula and her relationship with Jude is that though Jude needs Nel more than she needs him, he maintains a make-belief superiority to Nel. Though Jude is superfluous to Nel’s life, social conventions of Bottom hide this fact from her. He needs to marry Nel in order to prove his manhood when he was denied to work with the white road laborers; he needs Nel for mental support during odd days, and to bear his children in order to prove his masculine abilities. Yet Nel does not have the feeling of completion from her... A Critical Analysis of the Themes of “sexuality, family/home and characterization” in...
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A Critical Analysis of important Themes in Morisons Sula
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...Jude till the last moment of her camaraderie with Sula. The difference between Nel’s friendship with Sula and her relationship with Jude is that though Jude needs Nel more than she needs him, he maintains a make-belief superiority to Nel. Though Jude is superfluous to Nel’s life, social conventions of Bottom hide this fact from her. He needs to marry Nel in order to prove his manhood when he was denied to work with the white road laborers; he needs Nel for mental support during odd days, and to bear his children in order to prove his masculine abilities. Yet Nel does not have the feeling of completion... A Critical Analysis of the Themes of “sexuality, family/home and characterization” in Morison’s...
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...Jude. One of the key issues I would address as a committee member is the fact that besides material help, the victims of the hurricane in St. Jude should be moral support (Johnson 122). This is as a result of the fact that most... Cross-cultural ministry Cultural values Option The week-long trip to México with the aim of building a church is a great idea for Michelle and his peers. It is worth noting that all the programs are perfect as arranged and it is for this reason that my spouse and I have decided to join in the trip as chaperons. Based on what I leaned in a cross-cultural ministry course in Oklahoma Christian, I have certain concerns about certain aspects of this project and I am obliged to put...
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Friendship in Sula
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...Jude till the last moment of her friendship with Sula. The difference between Nel’s friendship with Sula and her relationship with Jude is that though Jude needs Nel more than she needs him, he maintains a make-belief superiority to Nel. Though Jude... A Critical Analysis of the Theme of “Friendship” in Morison’s “Sula” In Toni Morison’s novel “Sula”, the role of ‘friendship’, especially ‘female friendship’ is as crucial as a foil to other relationships such as male-female relationship, heterosexual relationship, etc. If the theme of ‘friendship’ in the novel is explored from a feminist perspective, it ultimately reveals that the male-view about the propriety of a woman character is grossly biased by...
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Week 3 student replys
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...Jude Medical, a high-tech medical devices manufacturer and distributor. The products and services of St. Jude are vital in extending the lives of people, and the Affordable Health Care Act (Obamacare) may have material impact on the medical devices industry (Forbes, 2013) to which St. Jude belongs. Kevin’s reply... Reply to the post of Stephen Dale, Jr. The line of business of Tempo Air is most intriguing, because it combines the benefits of high technology in the everyday lifestyle of ordinary households. The post describes how the consumption of energy for the purpose of climate control in our homes could be dramatically reduced by Tempo Air’s services. The substance conveyed by the ‘House as a...
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...Jude through singing. At the end of the film, the song morphs into a dance that can be said to be seductive between Jojo and Sadie. This is a brilliant balance of the inherent romance and the song’s darkness (Taymor 1). At the start, of the film, the music that has been used binds well with the situation... something or someone. Lucy whose involvement in the anti-war group has increased walks towards the headquarter while singing the song ‘revolution’. Jude, after being left by Lucy, the song ‘while my guitar gently weeps’ plays at the background. The same day that Lucy has packed her belongings and left him, he goes to the subway and the song ‘Across the Universe’ plays, and...
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7 Foster homes in 14 years for lexi
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...Jude is a single woman with two twins, Mia and Zach to bring up. She drops every focus on herself and dedicates her life to the betterment of her children’s lives. The effect of this is pampering and making the twins feel belittled rather than given the opportunity to make their own decisions. Zach is a good-looking son with clear confidence which makes his mother less worried as opposed to Mia. Zach falls in love with Lexi. Lexi is a foster child who has been bounced from one foster home to the next for fourteen years. Lexi’s time in the system makes her vulnerable to little good things thus takes the blame when the family is involved in an accident... information 7 Foster Homes in 14 Years for Lexi...
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Rhetorical Essay about the book SULA by Toni Morrison
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...Jude, Sula leaves the Bottom and returns after years. Initially, it seems as if Sula is very happy to meet her again and they are good friends until Nel finds Sula and her husband cheating on her. Nel who already has three children from Jude is extremely sad at seeing her very good friend with her husband. Jude decides to leave Nel after being caught with Sula (Morrison 105). Nel feels... Sula by Toni Morrison The book Sula written by Toni Morrison is a story about the deep friendship between Nel and Sula from the Bottom. The book starts with the introduction of the character named Shadrack who returned from World War I. Then the story introduces the character of Nel’s mother, Helene Sabat, and her...
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Treatment
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...Jude Retreat is a non 12-step drug treatment and recovery center located in New York but also has various other centers in different places. It has a success rate of 62% and has been positively reviewed by former addicts and their families... Treatment Affiliation: Describe the difference between 12-step and non-12-step groups (as a whole). Then, discuss in-depth one non-12-step group in particular The major difference is that 12-step involves group therapy while non 12-step is individualized therapy first and most of the time and not group therapy. In 12-step, there are set of steps to follow in recovery while no particular order is followed in non 12-step (Bieling, McCabe and Anthony, 2009). St. Jude R...
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Week 9 assignment paper
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...Jude Medical, are discussed in so far as its own D&I practices have contributed to the advancement of the overall corporate goals while further strengthening its overseas and cross-border subsidiaries as integral members of the locality and good corporate citizens in the host country. Look... Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations Assignment No. 9 Brian Giuliano Texas A&M Commerce The article “Why does Diversity Matter?” provides brief but incisive commentary about the diversification and inclusion strategies of a particular company, in the course of which it draws attention to D&I as a unifying force for companies in general. In this assignment, attributes and elements of my organization, St. Jude...
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EMBA 550 inital post week 4
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...Jude Medical, Inc. Guided by the viewpoint of their s, working to reduce riskin order to ensure best patient outcomes. SJM develops medical technology and services that focus on putting greater control in the hands of health professionals that treat cardiac, neurological and chronic pain patients throughout the world. Innovation and quality is driven by customers’ needs Key product groups are cardiac rhythm management, atrial fibrillation, cardiovascular, (implantable cardioverter defibrillators or ICDs, cardiac resynchronization therapy or CRT) and neuromodulation (spinal cord stimulation, deep brain stimulation devices) (SJM, 2013). Positioning... Defining a Positioning ment Positioning ment for St....
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Mise En Scene: Acting and Acting Styles
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...Jude Law) is classified as a character because he played the role... En Scene: Acting and Acting Styles Mise En Scene: Acting and Acting Styles The thriller film “Side Effects” produced by Steve Soderbergh was produced in 2013. The film centers on a couple who face marital challenges after the man is sentenced to years of imprisonment. Martin Taylor serves a jail term while his wife Emily copes with the trauma of a tarnished relationship. Emily tries to escape from Martin Taylor, risking the lives of her beloved family. Rooney Mara (Emily Taylor) advanced personality acting in her role. She successfully placed herself in the film’s character that reflected her personality. Jonathan Banks (Jude Law) is c...
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Pediatric nursing: support for family and patient with terminal illness
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...Jude Children... ?Supportive Resources for Family and Patient with Terminal Illness The hospitalization of infants and young children can have a devastating effect inthe family system, especially in cases of terminally ill pediatric patients. According to Field and Behrman (2003), such events can heavily tax on the family members’ “physical, emotional, and spiritual” status (p. 8). In more ways, having a child indicated for complex and prolonged medical treatment can exhaust available resources, both in time, efforts, and financial funding. Such instances are affirmed by Heap (n.d.) revealing the struggles of family members in coping with their child’s worsening conditions, while juggling with finding...
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Mother-daughter relationships
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...Jude and Nel break their marriage after Sula comes in between them, and Jude does sex with her. Afterward, Nel abandons Sula just as the rest of the Bottom community after she engages in a sexual... Mother-daughter relationships Introduction The setting of the Novel Sula by Toni Morris occurs between 1919 and 1965 with the central theme revolving around ambiguity. The issue examines and questions the terms “evil” and “good,” attempting to delve that the two resemble each other. In this context, the novel addresses the confusion arising from the mysteries of human conflict, relationships, and emotions. Ultimately, the story concludes that the social conventions are often inadequate to serve as a determin...
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The film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
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...Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi, Michael Gambon, Bai Ling, Omid Djalili, and Sir Laurence Olivier. The motion picture comes into view in a stylized edition of the 1930s... which is a plot where the entire world is on a big screen. About the movie: The movie is about a person named Joe "Sky Captain" Sullivan (Jude Law) who is a sturdy explorer and comes to save the city in his personal aircraft at the time when the people need him. Polly Perkins (Gwyneth Paltrow) is an intrepid journalist for The Chronicle, as well as a Joe’s past lover. Dex Dearborn (Giovanni Ribisi) is Joe’s assistant and Franky Cook (Angelina Jolie), is the commander of British...
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Ethics
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...Jude 21). For instance, it is tailoring merchandise to clusters of stores which can attract similar shoppers it had before. At the company’s Sam’s Club division which saw its small business members increasingly strapped, the company lowered its prices on key items to attract customers back (Brown and Mitchell 596). The company is also working... Ethics The ethical issue chosen to be discussed under this essay is Walmart’s Bribery Scandal in Mexico. The case is about Walmart who longed to build in Elda Pineda’s alfalfa field which was an ideal location just off the town’s bustling main entrance and hardly a mile from its ancient pyramids which were likely to draw tourists worldwide(DInnocenzio 1). Later...
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EMBA 555 Executive coaching discussion 1
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...Jude Medical has brought me into close contact with a good number of outstanding individuals in the medical community. Many of them have made significant contributions that have amounted to a great benefit to other people, which I admire. As a sales professional I am generally content with my chosen profession, save for the occasional misgivings if I might not have been good at something else. Comparing ourselves with such people as successful and expert physicians makes us... Discussion What are some of the daily life experiences and/or challenges that presents obstacles to "Discovering Yourself?  Please do not present very personal or intimate issues!!! My career as sales representative for St. Jude...
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Dior Homme Perfume Commercial Directed by Guy Ritchie
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...Jude Law, there is an understanding of how to attract the audience toward the main highlight of the product while attracting the interest of the audience. The approach taken with this specific advertisement is able to take a new form with commercials that allows the audience to gain a sense of intrigue and attraction to the product. The director focusing on the advert this way allows the audience to remember and to become fascinated with the product of perfume while highlighting... ?The ability to reach a specific audience through the media is able to grab attention while creating a different response from the audience. When looking at the advert for Dior Homme, directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Jude...
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Response paper week 9
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...Jude Medical Inc . where the employee of the week is rewarded for exceptional performance as a motivation towards strategy achievement. The company sponsors the best student of the year in the community for further studies. References Epstein, N. (2008). Making Sustainability Work. San Francisco: Beret Koehler. Natrass, B., Altimore, M., and Hawken, P. (1999). Transformation by Design: Lessons Tools and Methodologies. New Jersey. John Wiley & Sons. Response to Soosai’s Post I like the way Soosai has addressed the role... Response to John’s Post In the business world, sustainable practices are aimed toward decreasing risks, strengthening the brand, reducing costs, and improving the bottom line....
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Academic honsety/plagarism
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...Jude, 2007). Moreover, I also learnt that plagiarism is categorized into ten groups: Hybrid, CTRL-C, Clone, Re-tweet, 404 Error, Find-replace, Remix, Recycle, Mashup and Aggregator. Of all these types of plagiarism, I was fascinated by recycling in which I discovered that one can even plagiarize one’s own work. As explained in the article, if a person copes part of their previous work... Academic Honesty Academic Honesty To begin with, I would like to say that the surfing of www.plagiarism.org has really changed my understanding on plagiarism. It made me to learn a lot of things that I could never imagine of before. Initially, I thought that plagiarism simply means copy pasting another person’s work...
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Minimalism art movement
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...Jude, notes Arts Foundation, were in the forms of ‘stacks’, ‘boxes’ and ‘progressions’. One such work is untitled, which Arts Connected 2012 confirms became Jude’s trademark. It was simple and austere. Through this, he challenges the viewer to consider the concepts of boredom, monotony and repetition. He used an artistic style that moved away from illusionism but focused on constructions in which materiality is a key central part to the owners work. Thus Jude’s work of art would be described as one which was created using real materials in real space (Arts Connected 2012). His works bring closer home the understanding... of the relationship between art and space. Marzoma notes, as does...
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How are Clausewitzian concepts (if any) illuminated by Napoleon's experience
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...Jude. The Way the World Works. Regnery Gateway, 1998.... How are Clausewitzian concepts (if any) illuminated by Napoleon's experience? Napoleon's reign as the most powerful man in Europe embodied Clausewitz's most famous maxim that war is politics by other means. The early 19th century saw Napoleon and France lead an empire that stretched across most of the Continent and reshaped the ways millions of people lived their lives. Clausewitz's concept was at the heart of Napoleon's activities. Without this maxim, Napoleon's legacy would be one merely of suffering and death. Napoleon was a military general and emperor like no other. Not only did he fight fierce battles and conflicts using wholly original...
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Writing assignment on a short story titled The Street That Got Mislaid
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...obscure street just to see how the inhabitants resided there and he found that a lot of people found solace there and decided not to disturb their happy world, he could have easily given the envelope to his superiors and that would have meant the end of the world for people who resided in that obscure street. The theme of filing cabinet is further developed into several other themes as the story progresses; dilemma is one theme which the story explores. Marc was in a dilemma whether to let the world... Client’s 2 February The symbol of filing cabinet is developed in “The Street that got mislaid” by logical and concise examples. Marc, the protagonist made a fantastic decision by going and seeing the...
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Impact Of Minimalism Art Movement Has On Art Community During 1960s -1970s
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...Jude, notes Arts Foundation, were in the forms of ‘stacks’, ‘boxes’ and ‘progressions’. One such work is untitled, which Arts Connected 2012 confirms became Jude’s trademark. It was simple and austere. Through this, he challenges the viewer to consider the concepts of boredom, monotony and repetition. He used an artistic style that moved away from illusionism but focused on constructions in which materiality is a key central part to the owners work. Thus Jude’s work of art would be described as one which was created using real materials in real space (Arts Connected 2012). His works bring closer home the understanding of the relationship between art... ? Lecturer: ‘Impact of minimalism art movement has...
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New Testament 'Queer' interpretations
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...Jude). 10: Wikipedia.org. 2007.The Bible & Homosexuality. 11: Robinson. 2004. Homosexual Passages – Christian Scriptures (Matthew, John & Jude). 12: Wikipedia.org. 2007.The Bible & Homosexuality. 13: Robinson. 2004. Homosexual Passages – Christian Scriptures (Matthew, John & Jude). 14: Wikipedia.org. 2007.The Bible & Homosexuality. 5) Matthew 15, Mark 7: ‘what defiles a man’ Two passages record Jesus... NEW TESTAMENT ‘QUEER’ INTERPRETATIONS The term ‘queer’ is slang for ‘homosexual’ which is a word derived from the Greek word ‘homos’ which means ‘the same.’ Homosexuality involves harbouring sexual desires towards persons of the same sex, and demonstrating those desires by indulging in sexual...
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