The American Dream Written Case Study Examples

“They call it the American Dream because you have to be asleep to believe it”- George Carlin. John Steinbeck’s novels are considered social novels because he wrote about the economic problems of labor. In his book Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck describes the lives of two migrant workers, who work in Salinas, California. Like any other migrant workers George and Le...
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My Room

When I think about my room, I think about my beige walls. Beige sounds kind of boring, but my walls are the color of warm sand. My room is a tad larger than most teenagers’ rooms. I have a very large, deep brown walnut dresser with an attached mirror as wide as the dresser that covers one side of my room. I also have a light brown desk in the corner of my room that I almost n...
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The Next Five Years

I’ve always been intrigued to try a lot of extracurricular activities. I’ve done green team, choir, leadership, book club, girl scouts, soccer, basketball, softball, track, swim team, jazz band, band, and Tri-M. That was just what would fit into my schedule, if there was more time I probably would have done more. I obviously can’t fit this all in and I didn’t love all of them...
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Eleven

In this first person narrative, looking back as an adult, by Sandra Cisneros she explicates the use of detailed diction, repetition, hyperboles and a tone of frustration to represent a coming of age story of a traumatizing situation as an eleven year old girl. By receiving the story in a first person account, not only is the situation fully explained, but also her inner most ...
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Perversions and Bastardizations

I was talking with a friend a few days ago about government regulation of a variety of things; guns, narcotics, taxes, the works. She said one thing that struck me. It didn’t strike me because of the context, but it struck me because of the words and its universal applicability. She said “Where does it stop?” She said this in regards to her views of her tyrannical government ...
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Strange Properties of Light

On most days you wake up to the light of the sun in your room but have you ever wondered what it really is? Is light just a ray of particles streaming through space that happened to land on your eyes? Or is light much more complex than that? The latter is true and avoiding some very deep physics there are three main reasons. Light obeys the Uncertainty Principle, it is both ...
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Mystery of the Spine: Scoliosis

Do you know what your back looks like? Did you know that not all spines look alike and some are curves? It’s curved because of a spinal disorder called Scoliosis. Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis is the most common form of Scoliosis, especially among young, tall, skinny girls. What is Scoliosis? It is defined as a side-to-side curvature of the spine (encyclopedia). In most ca...
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Mount Saint Helens

Jan de Bont once said, “One of the most amazing locations I’ve ever been is the top of the volcano in Tanzania, Africa. It’s an actual volcano where you really have this lava every day” (qtd. in “Volcano Quotes”). After the volcano erupts the ground is barren and nothing alive. The plants and animals have either been killed or ran away; however, scientists believe...
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Untitled Document

“The all-encompassing emptiness of a blank page haunts me as I stare, judging me, challenging me to fill it. I can’t. The ideas swim around in my head, but they’re mushy. Not quite there. Nothing befitting the haughty spotlessness of my paper. “What if…no…wait!…no…” and so on clouds around me, blurring the sides of my vision, only enhancing the bare page i...
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New Money Case Study Format Examples

Is money all that matters in our lives? Well that is what most of us think. In our lives people think that money matters a lot. People often think that if we would have all of this money that we could dream of, then we would be different and could be something that we would want to be, accomplishing our dreams. But the truth is no. We have gotten to realize that money should...
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