Disappointed

There are many contributors to Elizabeth’s disappointment in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. One of the factors to her dissatisfaction is, Elizabeth, herself. Another influence to her let down of her opinion in the world is Collins, who asks for everyone and anyone’s hand in marriage. A third effective person who adds to the disappointment is Charlotte, who marries, not ou...
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Tackling the Trap

A girl sits in class. It is only second period, but her mind is lost in a fathomless sea of boundless boredom. Slowly, like a clock’s hand falls gradually from twelve to six, she sinks into its gray and ominous waters. Once it traps her in its clutches, there will be no escaping from its perpetual prison. This girl is one of many who endure the routine drag of conventional sc...
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Three Body Systems

The human body is like a machine; busily at work, day and night, 24/7 to fulfill our demands. The intricate mechanism has little screws and the smallest pieces of metal that seem useless, but are very much needed. Necessary apparatus like small mechanical systems work together to make the machine and get the job done. When you look at the machine from the outside, it seems li...
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Case Study on Chinese Culture

Chinese Culture Case Study: China is supposed to be one of the oldest civilizations in the world and probably the single country the ethnical type of the population has not changed for more than 5000 years. China has a long history and due its long existence it has accumulated numerous masterpieces of art, developed its own philosophy and political life. Although, there are...
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The People of the French Revolution

The Bastille was taken on July 14th, 1789, and King Louis XVI was executed on January 21st, 1793; When people think of history they think of events like these, just a name and a date and nothing more (Luxardo,1). The French Revolution was much more than that; it was millions of real people with lives and stories engaged in a battle for justice that went horribly wrong. There ...
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Beyond Death

In her poem “Because I Could not Stop for Death,” Emily Dickinson expresses the peace within a woman whose death draws near. One may expect a poem about death to be full of fear and pain. However, this work possesses a quiet, reflective tone. Emily Dickinson uses the plotline, the theme, and the literary devices in “Because I Could not Stop for Death” to present her message. ...
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General Overview of Southern and Western Africa

Introduction The variety of African cuisine is a reflection of the fact that African continent became the home for people from different tribes, social and ethnic groups. Cuisines in different parts of the continent vary greatly as well as cooking techniques and eating habits. The task of the given paper is to analyze the cuisines of Southern and Western Africa and find out ...
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Effect and Causes of Fast Food

There are several reasons as to why fast foods have risen to popularity at a substantial rate. Different people go there for their own reasons. One of the reasons is that the restaurants usually offer fast services. Many people usually find themselves to be late for work or school, thus they find it very difficult to prepare food in their homes since they believe it takes a l...
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Islamic Studies Coursework

This Islamic studies coursework is about a place of Muslim worship;The mosque (or masjid)Three of the most holy places of Muslim worship are:1. The Great Mosque, Haram, which surrounds the Kabba in Makkah.2. Masjid-e-Nabawi; the mosque of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in Madinah. 3. Masjid Al-Aqsa, close to the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.Millions visit the Majid – e -Na...
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An Analysis of Theatre Tragedy and The Tragic Hero: Classical vs Modern

Tragedy by definition is an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe. Through its definition the word tragedy can apply to many scenarios; however there once was a time where this wasn’t true in theatre. From its initial creation by Aristotle the tragedy and its tragic hero had followed strict guideli...
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