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  • Theme Of Dishonesty In The Great Gatsby

    Through The Eyes of Nick Carraway Personality is “the complex of characteristics that distinguish an individual, especially in relationships with others” (“Personality”). This is shown very clearly in The Great Gatsby through Nick Carraway. Through dishonesty, inconsistency, and self-absorption Fitzgerald shows that a single personality can dictate a story. When Nicks’ personality gets the best of his social life, He quickly finds himself in troublesome situations between friends and family.…

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  • Reflective Essay: My Road To Reading And Writing

    My Road to Reading and Writing As Mark Twain said, “The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who cannot read”. Many people today don’t take up reading or writing as a hobby. A lot of people would not even read a book for entertainment or to expand their knowledge and the most they write is a post on social media. In my opinion, most people know how to read but chose not to because they are uninterested or unwilling which causes them no to be as proficient in writing. I…

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  • Ap Biology Chapter 5 Study Guide

    4.0Chapter four Discussion: 4.1 Point Counts By restraining the recording of species to a 10- 50m fixed radius when in dense forest at kamwala 1 forest, it allows the subtraction the certain bias, such as, the highly vocal forest species; White bellied Go Away bird and Tropical Bulbul, as well as those species which ‘generally’ occur above the canopy (for example; forest raptors). The most widespread species to occur across all the count areas (map 1) were Common Bulbul, Orange ground thrush…

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  • Hedonism In The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

    Bruccoli, Matthew J. "Introduction." New Essay on The Great Gatsby. New York: Cambridge UP, 1985. 1-14. Bruccoli consistently compliments Fitzgerald’s work in The Great Gatsby as an “intricately patterned” masterpiece. He discusses cultural themes including disillusionment, success, time, excess, and hedonism using the context of 1920’s culture that Fitzgerald was immersed in while crafting the novel. Bruccoli recognizes Fitzgerald’s legacy as an author and admires the immense revisions and…

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  • Relational Cultural Theory In Social Work

    Introduction Social work and its professionals are constantly assessing and reassessing practices, models, and therapies to ensure the client 's service needs are met and that they are treated justly and with dignity. Jean Baker Miller found traditional theories of behavior to be lacking emphasis and recognition of relational experiences, especially when pertaining to minority groups, and how these relational experiences impact individual 's mental wellbeing. Thus, she and several of her…

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  • Snow White Analysis

    “We are all born sexual creatures, thank God, but it 's a pity so many people despise and crush this natural gift.” - Marilyn Monroe. Women who are beautiful often attract unwanted jealousy and drama. Take the infamous tale of Snow White that was originally written by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in 1812. The story focuses on a Queen who was sewing during midwinter and as she looked out the window, she says “If only I had a child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood in this…

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  • Personal Narrative: Imbue Your Body With An Arctic Spirit

    my vision. And the words and voice spoke to me. It was cheerful, bright, feminine and oddly robotic. "Welcome A.I. Bermonte to Duel Dimensions" What? Bermonte? A.I.? Duel Dimensions? "You are registered as serial 57797863 created by User: Julie Baker. " Created? User? "You are assigned the class Novice until further points are invested into your kit." I tried to hold a hand up to stop the voice, to have it explain to me in details but I found myself unable to move. What was…

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  • Poverty And Dropout Rates

    One broad approach is to adopt specific school practices that could benefit low-income students such as having smaller classes (Baker, Coley). Extensive studies on having disadvantaged students in smaller classes have been done and the results have consistently been positive. Another study shows that putting low-income students in charter schools also has a positive feedback. They…

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  • Experiment: The Differences Between Butter And Margarines

    Have you ever wondered the difference between butter and margarine? Well, so have I. The difference is margarine is a butter substitute and non-dairy, while butter is dairy. Butter is usually made from milk or cream, but since margarine is non-dairy it is made from completely different things. Margarine is actually made from vegetable oils. For example, it can be made from corn, cotton beads, soybeans, safflower, and canola. It can also be made from coconut oil and palm oil, which is more…

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  • Use Of Satire In The Canterbury Tales

    Chaucer? Sarcastic? Never. (An Analysis of Chaucer’s Use of Satire to Reach Intended Audience) “A father has to be a provider, a teacher, a role model, but most importantly, a distant authority figure who can never be pleased. Otherwise, how will children ever understand the concept of God?” As Stephen Colbert says, so Geoffrey Chaucer attempts to relay; how does one ever begin to understand so abstract a concept as holiness? Chaucer begins by trying to reach a certain group of people: the…

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