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  • Analysis Of Beach Burial By Kenneth Slessor

    revealing the macabre images of the defeat of humanity and the futility of war. The use of onomatopoeia sends a shocking feeling to the readers about the reality of war “sob and clubbing of the gunfire” are the sound of war, capturing aural devices in order to hear the soldiers fall, the machine gun make sounds liking “clubbing” a never ending fire and assist to generate images of violent death and suggest that life could end at any moment. The ‘sob’ expresses the deep grief of the brutality of the gun and the lives loss at war shows life is cruel to provide no humanity for those who have fallen. Tragic images of Beach Burial are created with the loss of identity and the anonymity of the soldier in the words ‘unknown seaman’ shows in the descriptive language the result inevitably that war brings about death and the sacrifices of the soldier for humanity was pointless. The blunt language dehumanizes the ‘seamen’ highlight that whether they were enemy of foes they all die together, losing their identity and existences. Slessor uses the structure in the last stanza of the poem to reinforce the haunting truth that men are bound together in death, their humanity belongs together and Slessor uses an ironic tone to show the limitations of mortality in death. North Country captures the spirit of the Australian landscape and its universal concern of the result of exploitation is greed and the remorselessness of change. Personification in the lines “And tress like broken teeth” convey…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Beauty Of Spring

    Descriptive Essay 1) Definition: Descriptive essay is one of the many types of writing styles that provides a detailed description for a particular person, place, memory, experience or object. Descriptive essay is purposely created so readers can readily imagine its particular subject matter. It focuses on the five senses which are sight, smell, touch, sound and taste. 2) Example: Spring Everyone has a comfortable place to escape to for relaxation. They go there when they need to…

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  • Haybron Happiness Analysis

    Haybron is trying to convey. After reading that the central idea of Haybron’s well-being is that a positive well-being is flourishing on account of a person’s emotional natures, I was finally able to grasp the severe importance of happiness without Haybron explicitly stating so. Happiness, according to both Haybron’s theory and Aristotelian perfectionism, is determined by how I live according to fulfilling my nature. Based on this assumption, I would claim that a person’s goal in life should…

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  • The Prescriptive Strategy Of Softball

    Differences and similarities between prescriptive and descriptive strategies Similarities There is a strong similarity to descriptive and prescriptive strategies. As the definition reads; descriptive: “what is usually done” or prescriptive: “what can be done most realistically” could end up being the same outcome on many occasions. The definitions even make sense when put together. What is usually done is most likely what can be done most realistically. However, when studied in more…

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  • Harwood Plaster Saints Poem

    views and believes that injustice has been done to these girls simply because they are not in a ‘traditional’ and ‘respectable’ marriage. Harwood uses descriptive language, religious imagery and irony to convey the hypocritical nature of the asylums, religion and society itself. There were many restrictions placed on the women in 1960s. The girls of the Magdalene Asylums are an example of this, as we see through Harwood’s portrayal of the strict and conservative surroundings controlled by…

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  • The Beauty Of Nature In Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac

    He wrote about nature in different ways throughout his book. The writing varies from the landscape to the animals. He describes different areas he has been to; these range from near his home in Wisconsin down to the New Mexico and Arizona area. Leopold uses a unique style of writing for this time period. Very little is known about nature at the time he published his book compared to today. The goal of A Sand County Almanac seems to be that Leopold wants to inform the common man about the what…

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  • The Four Types Of Quantitative Research

    four types of quantitative research are: descriptive, correlational, quasi-experimental and experimental. The key to understanding each is the level or degree of control involved in the study and its component. Groves, Gray & Burns (2015) define control as the imposing of rules to decrease the possibility of error, increasing the probability a study’s findings, which reveal an accurate reflection of reality. Groves, Gray and Burns (2015) went on to discuss the rules known as design, to achieve…

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  • Whooping Crane Poem Analysis

    is a descriptive poem, they still have a common theme, cranes and their migration. As mentioned, the theme of both texts is crane migrations. However, the content of the works greatly differs. The article talks about a new crane reserve, where cranes, which are an endangered species, are grown in what looks them like a completely natural environment, but actually, they are still protected by humans, according to the article, in crane costumes. The article says that “these cranes have been…

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  • Definition Of Democratic Inclusion

    communities of racial minorities would properly include them in political and legal representation. Racial minorities should mobilize themselves through the institutions such as the church, vote for representatives similar to themselves in descriptive form which they can hold accountable, and assess the factors necessary to achieve the highest levels of democratic inclusion. Inclusion is defined by a “full access to participation, representation in important decision-making processes and…

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  • Example Of Qualitative Research Methodics

    (2009) points out that the interpretivist approach relies on qualitative data. Hence, qualitative methodology is usually associated with interpretivist philosophical stance (Hantrais 2009). Kuhn (1962) says that a paradigm constitutes the same nature of ontological, epistemological and methodological principles. Paradigm implies a system or set of researchers’ shared worldview; beliefs and values; techniques; and assumptions which enable them to create new knowledge (Bryman 2012). According to…

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