The Man in the Myth: Shakespeare's Legacy

“He was not of an age, but of all time!” spoke Ben Johnson, of his dear friend William Shakespeare, a mildly successful playwright, poet, and actor, upon his death (Johnson, 42.)Shakespeare’s plays changed the very foundation of playwriting, forever changing the theatre industry, as well as English literature itself. Shakespeare was baptized April 26, 1564. He married Anne...
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Prison Comparison and Contrast

Prison acts as a place of restraining people who break the law in society. Thus, correctional facilities have become an essential tool in ensuring people obey laws and regulations. The British society began shifting from physical punishment to imprisonment with an aim of transforming criminals both spiritually and physically which rise to prisons. A penitentiary or a prison c...
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A Proposal to Freeze Illegal Immigration

For too long a scourge has hung over America, stunting our potential and making us a shadow of our former selves. Foreigners stream over the border, bringing their strange music and quirky customs with them. They steal our jobs, siphon our tax dollars, and corrupt our virtue. Illegal immigrants migrate to our land, settle on it with no justification, and then get mad when th...
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Paul of Tarsus

One of twelve Apostles, advocating the doctrine about Christ, was the Apostle Paul. St. Paul, originally bore a Hebrew name Saul, was born in the city of Tarsus (a part of modern Turkey), which was then known for its Greek academy and the education of its residents. In this case, he is often called Paul of Tarsus. Paul had the right of Roman citizenship. In Tarsus, Paul recei...
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Mission Impossible: The Social War in San Francisco's Mission District

The cry of “Eureka” rang loudly across the world. While working on a sawmill, James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget in the American River. What followed next was legendary, as people across the world risked their livelihoods and safety to voyage to San Francisco. During the peak influx of the “49ers”, the population of San Francisco grew from one thousand in 1848 to twe...
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My Goals

The behavior I intended to change is worry. This behavior was triggered by my being overweight. To address this behavior problem, I intended to solve the cause. My precise goal was to reduce the frequency and duration of worrying per day. Before the behavior intervention program, I would be worried for about ten hours in a day. The benefits which I perceived would come with ...
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Navajo Art

Native American Art Before the arrival of Christopher Columbus on the American continent, there were millions of Native American tribes each with their own unique culture, traditions, and language. Despite the rapid technological developments brought to their continent due to its European colonization, many of these ethnic groups survived intact today and were able to succ...
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An Analysis of the Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility in Business Today

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1. 1 Background of the study Over the past twenty years an irrefutable shift to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in companies has occurred (Martin, 2004). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about the contributions a company makes to society through its core business activities, its social investment and philanthropy programs. The concept of...
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Compare & Contrast Essay: The Role of Women in Ancient Athens

The role of women has changed dramatically over the last few thousand years, and some things are now very different for women from what they were before. However, there are also some similarities between the role of women in ancient Athens and the role of women today. The people of ancient Athens saw the importance of providing everyone with some level of education, so all wo...
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The Yemeni Crisis: A look Inside

A recent series of events in Yemen, seems to be dragging the Middle Easts already chaotic dynamics further into disrepair, and has presented a new situation for America to confront diplomatically. A group of northern, Shia, Zaidi, rebels who call themselves the partisans of god; but are more widely known as the Houthis, have taken over the capital of Sanaa, resolving the par...
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