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Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart - ... For instance, the District Commissioner suddenly calls the Igbo villages “the domain of [England’s] queen” (194). This represents how the colonists’ extreme ideas lead them to desire an end to the society of the Igbo. Achebe also shows how Mr. Brown completely contrasts Mr. Smith to represent the destruction of zealotry, for Mr. Brown “[preaches] against such excess of zeal” while “[trotting] softly on [the clan’s] faith” (178). However, Mr. Smith sees “things as black and white” where “black [is] evil” (185)....   [tags: Author Literary Analysis]
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Things Fall Apart - ... While clearly a patriarchal society, there does exist a fundamental level of respect for women and their role within the Ibo clans. One of the more drastic verbalizations of this respect occurs in the form of a speech given to Okonkwo during the beginning of his exile. His uncle, Uchendu, asks, “A man belongs to his fatherland and not to his motherland. And yet we say Nneka—Mother is Supreme. Why is that?” (133). Countering Okonkwo’s beliefs, this passage serves as one of the very early attempts to persuade Okonkwo from his current understanding....   [tags: Literature Analysis, Chinua Achebe] 1761 words
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Fresh Connections - I am going to conduct a 5-forces analysis of the industry "Fresh Connections" is involved in, that is to say the fresh food industry. These forces help us to analyse everything from the intensity of competition to the profitability and attractiveness of the industry. We are going to use this model to better understand the industry in which "Fresh Connections" operates. So, the five forces are rivalry, buyer power, supplier power, barriers to entry and threat of substitutes. 1) The rivalry among competing sellers First and foremost, competitive rivalry describes the intensity of competition between existing firms in an industry....   [tags: Five Forces Model Analysis Food Industry] 1770 words
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An Identity In Crisis in Things Fall Apart - An Identity in Crisis Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe is a story about personal beliefs,customs, and also a story about an identity confliction. There is struggle between family, culture, and religion of the Ibo tribes. It shows how things fall apart when these beliefs and customs are challenged and how a personal identity changes for a man. The novel concerns the life of Okonkwo, a leader and local wrestling champion throughout the villages of the Ibo ethnic group of Umuofia in Nigeria, Africa, his three wives, and his children....   [tags: Chinua Achebe] 1770 words
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The Mind-Body Connection in Learning: Applications to Maximizing Learning - ... However, in addition to growing new neurons, the frontal lobes of the brain reorganize, pruning unused connections and devoting resources to areas of the brain requiring active growth. As a result, Jensen (2005) suggests that there are “sensitive periods” in child development where stimulus input is necessary to maintain neural networks. Recent studies indicate that the brain may not be completely grown until early adulthood; however, changes in the brain continue throughout life (The Human Brain, n.d.)....   [tags: Education]
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The Dangers Of Change in Things Fall Apart - Turning and turning in the widening gyre. The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world This is an excerpt from the Poem "The Second Coming", which is the basis for the novel "Things Fall Apart". This title is significant to the many themes that are explored throughout the story. I feel that the story is broken into three different themes in order to arrive at the main theme. The themes of tradition, social appearance and belonging, and fear and anger, are blended in such a way as to bring to light the main theme of the story....   [tags: Chinua Achebe] 1794 words
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Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Achebe's Things Fall Apart - ... Later in the story, Mr. Brown and other evangelicals arrive in Okonwo’s village exhorting Christianity, and most of the Africans find their ideas humorous. The Africans, who give the missionaries a tract of land in the Evil Forest, believe the gods will kill the disciples for spreading lies. When nothing happens to the missionaries, the natives are shocked, but they tolerate the white visitors to an extent nonetheless with some of them becoming converts (Achebe 1166). This example also dispels the savage notion because the tribe does not get violent with the missionaries....   [tags: Compare, Contrast, Comparison]
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Synthesis of The Reading-Writing Connection and Literary Borrowing - ... Reading as a way to acquire vocabulary and awareness of style of writing is Olness’ next point within the article. She cites a study conducted by the National Reading Panel on vocabulary instruction and which concluded, “that most vocabulary is learned through reading or listening to others read” (p. 8). She concludes this section supporting that an author’s style and story format effect students writing. Next, Olness discusses pictures books as part of the writing curriculum by concluding that pictures books are a more efficient way to illustrate writing techniques and style due to their ageless quality versus using a novel to help students make the connection between reading and writing....   [tags: literacy, writing]
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Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" - ... Okonkwo killed the boy because he was afraid of being seen as spineless, however he still saw himself as weak for feeling sensitivity. Okonkwo said to himself, “when did you become a shivering old woman, you, who are known in all the nine villages for your valor in war. How can a man who has killed five men in battle fall to pieces because he has added a boy to their number. Okonkwo, you have become a woman indeed” (Achebe, 1959.) Okonkwo felt that showing affection was a sign of weakness, so the only emotion his family felt from him were feelings of anger and negativity....   [tags: Literature Review ]
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Therapeutic Placebo Effect:A Mind/Body Connection - Therapeutic Placebo Effect:A Mind/Body Connection Imagine you go to your doctor for chronic back pain and she tells you that she's going to give you a drug, yet she's not sure of its effectiveness because only approximately 40% of her patients have found it to be beneficial. How sure will you be that the outcome of this treatment will be positive. However, what if your doctor tells you she is giving you the newest, most beneficial drug treatment on the market and that she is very sure of how helpful it will be....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Carol Ann Duffy's Little Red-Cap and Delilah - Carol Ann Duffy's "Little Red-Cap” and “Delilah" “During the 1980s, a unique type and style of women-led peace protest strategies emerged that relied on the powerful language, and particularly the powerful imagery of women as a group engaged in an extended protest against nuclear weapons” (LaWare 18). Carol Ann Duffy’s book, The World’s Wife, was first published in Great Britain in 1999, and two of its dramatic monologues similarly rely on the powerful language and imagery of women engaged in a protest against historically patriarchal narratives and male violence....   [tags: Carol Ann Duffy Red-cap Delilah Women Essays]
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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in In Country by Bobbi Ann Mason - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in "In Country" by Bobbi Ann Mason Many Vietnam veterans suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder. Typically, such individuals have flashbacks, dreams, and are constantly haunted by their war memories. The mental stress can lead to further complications, even physically injuring or paralyzing the human body. The book In Country by Bobbi Ann Mason portrays a prime example of such a victim. The difference. The subject is a seventeen-year-old girl in the early nineteen-eighties who never saw the war....   [tags: Stress War Country bobbi Mason Essays]
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Christianity vs. Animism in Achebe's Things Fall Apart - Christianity vs. Animism in Achebe's Things Fall Apart A major aspect of one’s society is religion. Without it, the way people hold themselves accountable would be nonexistent. In addition, many moral standards that exist today are values taken directly from religions such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Currently, there exists a feud between people who believe in a god, and of those who do not. Eventually those who believe in a higher power will fight against each other. In “Things Fall Apart”, Chinua Achebe brings to light the differences and similarities of Christianity and Animism in order to demonstrate the effects of religion upon one’s society, which is exemplified by Okonkwo and his people....   [tags: Achebe Things Fall Apart] 1860 words
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Gender in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart - Gender in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart This paper will look at the contradictions in the work of Chinua Achebe in relation to his placement of woman and femininity. Kristen Holst Petersen states that ‘the African discussion is between feminist emancipation versus the fight against neo-colonialism, particularly in its cultural aspect...which comes first, the fight for female equality or the fight against Western cultural imperialism’. This paper will attempt to highlight these contradictions in relation to Achebe’s Things Fall Apart....   [tags: Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Essays]
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Green River Running Red - ... In the 1980‘s crimes of this magnitude were highly uncommon causing the investigators of King County to have little expertise in how to manage and organize all the information to conduct a thorough investigation. Investigators established a rough crime scene area and took measurements of the scene using triangulation.(Rule, p.20) The investigators working together with the SAR team, Marine Unit, and the police diver had to strategize a way to carry the corpses back up the river bank while keeping as much evidence in tact as possible....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Ann Rule] 1902 words
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Summary On The Spirit Catches You And You Fall Down By Ann Fadiman - The Spirit Catches You And You Fall Down by Ann Fadiman is a very interesting book. It’s amazing how difficult it is for Americans to understand other cultures because the United States is such a diverse country. However, as an American, I understood the frustrations that Lia Lee’s doctors’ felt when trying to diagnose and treat her properly. In this book both the American doctors and the Hmong peoples faced many hardships and barriers when trying to communicate with each other. After having read this book I can understand where both groups were coming from and reasons for their actions....   [tags: Fadiman Spirit Catches] 1945 words
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Bias Influences the Audience in Chinua Achebe and Ridley Scott's Writing - Bias Influences the Audience in Chinua Achebe and Ridley Scott's Writing Chinua Achebe and Ridley Scott reflect different cultural eras and use bias to influence their audience onto their side. Chinua Achebe uses bias towards the Ibo culture that loses in history and that we never saw as being important using biographical and historical stylistic devices. Ridley Scott shows bias towards the American soldiers using historical stylistic devices leaving out how the Somalia's felt during this time....   [tags: Compare Contrast Achebe Scott] 1968 words
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Resistance to Change in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart -   Achebe's novel Things Fall Apart chronicles the life of an individual whose carefully constructed world crumbles as his culture is assimilated into a colonizing society. This character, Okonkwo, is prestigious within his community, and in most respects views himself and is viewed by his neighbors as an honorable man. Yet for all his seeming honor, Okonwko self-destructs when his world begins to change. Although the value system held by Okonkwo's village may differ somewhat from that held by other cultures, his particular experience during colonization is universal....   [tags: Things Fall Apart essays]
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The Women of Umuofia in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart - The Women of Umuofia in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart   The only women respected in Umuofia are those like Chielo, the priestess of the Oracle of the Hills and Caves, who is removed from the pale of normalcy. Clothed in the mystic mantle of the divinity she serves, Chielo transforms from the ordinary; she can reprimand Okonkwo and even scream curses at him: "Beware of exchanging words with Agbala [the name of the Oracle of the Hills and Caves]. Does a man speak when a God speaks. Beware!" (95)....   [tags: Things Fall Apart essays Females Achebe ]
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The Connection between A Bug’s Life and The Chosen People - The Connection between A Bug’s Life and The Chosen People In the essay The Chosen People, Stewart Ewen, discusses his perspective of middle class America. Specifically, he explores the idea that the middle class is suffering from an identity crisis. According to Ewen’s theory, “the notion of personal distinction [in America] is leading to an identity crisis” of the non-upper class. (185) The source of this identity crisis is mass consumerism. As a result of the Industrial Revolution and mass production, products became cheaper and therefore more available to the non-elite classes....   [tags: Stewart Ewen, A Bug’s Life]
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Chinua Achebe's Heart of Darkness and Racism - Chinua Achebe's Heart of Darkness and Racism The Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe made claims in the 1970s that 'Heart of Darkness' was a racist novella. My initial thoughts on this are yet to be decided during the course of this essay. While my thoughts are yet to have any significance, I do believe that Chinua Achebe's remarks hold some truth. Achebe's theory assumes that Marlow and Conrad are the same voice. This could be a reasonable assumption as research into Conrad's life has given us knowledge of Conrad's early years....   [tags: Papers] 2066 words
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Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe - Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe is a story about personal beliefs and customs, and also a story about conflict. There is struggle between family, culture, and the religion of the Ibo, which is all brought on by a difference in personal beliefs and customs of the Igbo and the British. There are also strong opinions of the main character, Okonkwo. We are then introduced to the views of his village, Umuofia. We see how things fall apart when these beliefs and customs are confronted by those of the white missionaries....   [tags: Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe Essays] 2074 words
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Do you agree that Achebe shows an - awareness of the human qualities - Do you agree that Achebe shows an - awareness of the human qualities common to all men of all times and places - or do you find the novel only uniquely African and of its time. Achebe’s style has been described as one of “remarkable economy and subtle irony… uniquely and richly African .. revealing Achebe’s keen awareness of the human qualities common to all men of all times and places”. Do you agree that Achebe shows an “awareness of the human qualities common to all men of all times and places” or do you find the novel only uniquely African and of its time....   [tags: English Literature] 2186 words
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The Mind-Body Connection - The mind has an incredible power. We see it as we go through our everyday activities, constantly displaying the wonders of logic, thought, memory and creativity. Yet, can the mind be more powerful than we know. Is it possible to reduce or even eliminate pain, illness and disease by using the natural powers it possesses. Can the mind heal. Many of our finest researchers and scientists have explored that question, and while the exact answer still eludes us, the facts seem to bear out that the mind does have the power to assist in both healing, and conversely, bringing on "disease" as well....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Dr Franklin's Island by Ann Halam - Dr Franklin's Island by Ann Halam The book I am going to be writing about is called Dr Franklins Island by Ann Halam. The book is about 3 kids, Semirah (Semi), Miranda and Arnie. They won a science competition by Planet Savers to go to Quito. During the journey on the plane, the plane crashed and only Semi, Miranda and Arnie survived. They ended up on the island where they were about to be the next victims of genetic engineering because of two evil scientists called Dr Skinner and Dr Franklin....   [tags: Papers] 2231 words
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The Connection Between Substance Abuse and Sexual Assault - ... They found that 81% of men surveyed indicated consuming alcohol before attempting or completing a sexual assault (Krebs et al., 2007). Of the 81% of men, 94% indicated that they were intoxicated right before committing the assault (Krebs et al., 2007). Often men, who commit sexual assault in college or university, do not see what they are doing as being wrong (Abbey, 2002). Rather, when a woman says no or does not consent, some men believe that she really means “yes” but is playing hard to get (Filipovic, 2008)....   [tags: Drugs/Crime, argumentative, persuasive]
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Connection in Forster’s Howards End - Connection in Forster’s Howards End       The epigraph of E.M. Forster's novel Howards End is just two words: "only connect".  As economical as this gesture seems, critics and interpreters have made much of this succinct epigraph and the theme of connection in Howards End.  Stephen Land, for example, cites a:   demand for connection, in the sense of moving freely between the two Forsterian worlds - the two "sides of the hedge", the everyday world of social norms and the arcadian or paradisal world of individual self-realization - has its roots in earlier stories..." [1]     He goes on to say that "each [character] must reconcile or connect for himself the range of conceptual polarities exposed by the story - prose and passion, seen and unseen, masculine and feminine, new and old"  (Land, 165).  Land reads the novel as some sort of compromise between these two worlds - the realm of social justice and the realm of the individual.  Other critics have made similar gestures.  James McConkey, for one, feels that "Margaret will reconcile the human and transcendent realms so that she may live in harmony with the human; the voice senses the connection through its remove from both." [2]   These critics seem to confuse "connection" with "reconciliation", seem to read the novel as a triumph for humanism and social justice.  I feel this is a little bit of ....   [tags: Howard Howards]
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Literature and Communities in “Shiloh” by Bobbie Ann Mason, “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara and "Dream Deferred" by Langston Hughes - I chose to write about the story “Shiloh” by Bobbie Ann Mason, “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara and Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes. I chose these works because all of them are about values, morals, beliefs and custom culture. The story “Shiloh” is about a community / couple who discover that they had different values, morals and beliefs; “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara is about a teacher who tries to facilitate the youth in her community and Dream Deferred by Langston Hughes questions one’s values and offer suggestions for the effects of delaying values....   [tags: community, poetry, ]
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Home School Connection:Parental Influence in Student Reading Proficiency - ... They quoted the most significant finding of (Durkin, 1966) “the presence of parents who spend time with their children; who read to them; who answer their questions and their requests for help; and who demonstrate in their own lives that reading is a rich source of relaxation, information, and contentment”(Durkin,1966, p.136). Supported by research that is more recent, this statement acknowledges my own belief that parents who modeling reading as an enjoyable, gainful pastime, build a strong foundation and expectation of success in their children....   [tags: Education research paper, literacy, ]
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Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart - The Downfall of the Ibo - Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart - The Downfall of the Ibo One of Chinua Achebe’s goals in Things Fall Apart is to portray Ibo culture vividly and honestly. Unlike European perspectives of the Africans – such as Conrad’s Heart of Darkness – Achebe’s representation explains intricate customs, rituals, and laws and develops individual characters. Things Fall Apart shows Ibo society to be fully functioning and full of life. However, Achebe maintains his objectivity and avoids giving the Ibo any undue sympathy, painting some of their customs – such as the mandatory abandonment of infant twins – in a questionable light....   [tags: Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart] 2427 words
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Relationships - Relationships Part 1:Relationships What is a relationship. And just what kind of relationship are you talking about. Relationship: (ri lá shen ship´) n. 1. The quantity or status of being related; connection. 2. Connection by blood, marriage..etc; kinship 3. A particular instance of being related. (As stated in the Third Collegiate Edition of Webster?s Dictionary) In most cases that definition does not clear anything but I put it there anyway that way you can have the real definition versus mine....   [tags: Definition Defining Relations Connection Essays] 2586 words
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Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues - The Connection Between AIDS and Homosexuality - Literature and the Connection Between AIDS and Homosexuality       Disease permeates itself through all walks of life.  No one is unaffected by disease and the destruction it brings.  Families destroyed, communities torn apart, and societies in despair.  AIDS has taken its toll on the present society, and everyone is affected.  Much of the literature written on AIDS has tried to capture the disease and give it some form of meaning.  Where it comes from, how one contracts it, and the lifestyle of an AIDS victim many times is addressed in various novels and books.     Many of the authors that write on AIDS write with homosexual themes.  Homosexuality is prevalent in many books about AIDS and the question is why?  According to Les Wright many books with gay characters are written to counteract many of the assumptions made about AIDS and homosexuality.  The gay community is under attack, being invaded by both HIV virus and by the pathognomic counter-contagion of the social diseases of prejudice and hatred....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Connection of European Trials - Connection of European Trials The witch hunting trials that took place in Early Modern Period occurred across the expanse of Europe, including in its believers groups of people ranging from kings and popes to peasants and servants. Some historians argue that the witch trials of the Early Modern Period where not connected; that the trials where not related to each other and are not part of one large witch-hunt. Other historians argue that the witch hunting trials are related to each other by there similar characteristics....   [tags: Witch Witches Hunting Essays]
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Achebe’s Inability to Understand Conrad’s Heart of Darkness - Achebe’s Inability to Understand Conrad’s Heart of Darkness A fierce Achebe radically condemns Conrad as "a thoroughgoing racist" in his article, arguing that Heart of Darkness is not a piece of great literature, but "an offensive and deplorable book" (Achebe 1791). He structures his argument around a few central ideas, such as the grotesque perception of the Africans by the protagonist, the antinomy between the Thames and Congo River, the lack of historical fact, and the parallel between the African and the European women, among others....   [tags: Heart Darkness essays]
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Carol Ann Duffy's Revision of Masculinist Representations of Female Identity - Carol Ann Duffy's Revision of Masculinist Representations of Female Identity Carol Ann Duffy is one of the freshest and bravest talents to emerge in British poetry —any poetry — for years', writes Eavan Boland (Duffy, 1994, cover). This courage is manifest in Duffy’s ability and desire to revise masculinist representations of female identity and her engagement with feminine discourse, a concept which, as Sara Mills points out: has moved away from viewing women as simply an oppressed group, as victims of male domination, and has tried to formulate ways of analysing power as it manifests itself and as it is resisted in the relations of everyday life....   [tags: Carol Ann Duffy]
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The Role of Women in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart - The Role of Women in Things Fall Apart   More than those of any other African writer, Chinua Achebe’s writings have helped to develop what is known as African literature today. And the single book which has helped him to launch his "revolution" is the classic, Things Fall Apart.  The focus of this essay includes: 1) Achebe's portraiture of women in his fictional universe, the existing sociocultural situation of the period he is depicting, and the factors in it that condition male attitudes towards women; 2) the consequences of the absence of a moderating female principle in his fictions; 3) Achebe's progressively changing attitude towards women s roles; and 4) feminist prospects for African women....   [tags: Things Fall Apart essays]
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The Connections Between Judaism and Rastafarianism - The Connections Between Judaism and Rastafarianism Numerous amounts of religious groups have started and developed from experiences which have happened to them in the past. For example, Judaism and Rastafarianism are two religious sects which have been formed from former events which created and helped start these religions. There is also a strong tie between these two religions because they are two groups which have been oppressed and persecuted in the past which helped them unite and become one....   [tags: essays papers]
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The Internet and Social Connection - The Internet and Social Connection The last forty years in America have seen tremendous changes technologically and culturally. Life has become increasingly easier as machines designed to improve living standards proliferated. Communications and travel capabilities have advanced dramatically, with long distance phone calls soon to be a thing of the past. Computers have brought so much information home that many students do all their research from the comfort of their desktops. Socially the changes have been just as tremendous, though perhaps not always for the better....   [tags: Technology Communication Essays]
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Carol Ann Duffy's Poetry - Carol Ann Duffy's Poetry Compare 3 poems by Carol Ann Duffy in which she shows us that things are not always as expected. Carol Ann Duffy is a renowned poet across the UK and her work is very popular. Many different age groups can study her poems as they can be interpreted and understood in different ways. She achieves this in her poems by the descriptions and varying linguistic devices used. One of the reasons that Carol Ann Duffy’s poems are so popular is that they are often quite unexpected....   [tags: Carol Ann Duffy Poems Poets Essays] 4264 words
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Metaphysical Realism and Matilal’s Theories on the Connection Between Words and Things - Metaphysical Realism and Matilal’s Theories on the Connection Between Words and Things ABSTRACT: The vexed issue of the precise connection between words and things (or objects) has been a major preoccupation over the centuries summoning the resources of metaphysics, philosophy of language, linguistics, ontology and increasingly semiological analysis. Philosophy in India produced a number of different and often conflicting solutions, only to be rivalled by an equally bewildering variety witnessed in the ancient and modern West....   [tags: Philosophy]
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