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  • Clive Turner Analysis

    LW100 Research Essay: In the article “The vagaries of construction of the carriage service offence in s 474.17 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code” which appears in the Criminal Law Journal, Clive Turner brings to light the lack of legislative definitions applicable to s 474.17 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code Act (CCCA). Turner dissects the structure of s 474.17 of the CCCA and then delves into addressing the definitions of the words “menacing, harassing and offensive”, with reference to…

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  • Summary Of Because I Could Not Stop For Death

    the greatness of her single “wedding day” with Death. The last two lines of “Because I could not stop for Death” show that the woman may not have fully believed in “Eternity” at first. While riding with Death and Immortality in the horse-drawn carriage, she “surmise[s]” (1.23) they are heading for perpetuity. The word surmise does not simply mean “guesses” or “wonders,” but rather “suspects”—the woman had a certain amount of doubt in an afterlife, perhaps initially wondering if there even was…

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  • Immortality And Death

    Immortality is introduced upon its mention as being a part of the carriage, "The carriage held but just Ourselves-/ And immortality" (L. 3-4). The carriage in question is metaphorically used to represent the speaker 's passing. In other words, it is used as transportation to another dimension. Whether the speaker dies of illness or dies gracefully in her sleep, the carriage could also signify her progressive detachment from her body and can be seen as the journey taken…

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  • I Heard A Fly Buzz Written By John Donne

    focuses on death as a ride in a carriage. The theme for this poem is on a carriage with death driving the one who is passing to their final destination, it talks about how death was in no hurry as they passed the children playing and the fields with it grain, taking in the experience of riding off to eternity. The wording in this poem is by far the best part, It serves death as a man and the grave detail of what the adventures of death look like whilst riding in a carriage. Allowing the reader…

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  • Language Synthesis Essay

    the Ngram viewer, as many words do not need that extra context. For example, an interesting query to give the Ngram viewer is ‘car’ and ‘carriage’. By plotting these trend lines, the history of transport and the overtaking of horse-drawn carriages by motor vehicles becomes very clear on a time line point of view. It is apparent that in the early 1800’s, ‘carriage’ was widely accepted as the one way for…

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  • Because I Could Not Stop For Death Essay

    first two opening lines of Emily Dickinson’s poem “Because I could not stop for Death”. Just like many of Dickinson’s other poems this one focuses on the aspect of death and what happens to us after we die. The poem starts out with death driving a carriage who stops to pick up the author. They then begin to drive along a road very leisurely and the author recalls all these different images she saw along the way. They passed by a school where children were outside playing in a circle and as they…

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  • Serpent God Cultivation Technique Analysis

    mind he was exhausted and decided to sleep after quieting down his crying that seemed almost uncontrollable at the moment. When he woke the surroundings was a wood cabin with a iron ting in the air as he assumed it was most likely the driver of the carriage the was either wounded or dead. He looked at the woman who was his mother he saw her eyes closed and her breathing erratic almost like she had been on a long run. As he looked at what could be considered blinding beauty only matched by Xiao…

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  • What Is Emily Dickinson's Attitude To Death

    Is she the instructing party or the consenting party to the slow movement of the carriage? Why slow movement at all? This indicates the carefree approach of Emily towards death. She does not agree that the state of Death is final and the state of impending death is something to be afraid of. For Death also it is a routine job as such…

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  • Because I Could Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night, By Emily Dickinson And Dylan Thomas

    Someone who embraces death believes it is simply another period in their lives. Emily Dickinson welcomes death in her poem, “Because I Could Not Stop for Death”, like a suitor calling on her for an outing. Dickinson visualizes death as a customary carriage ride. On the other hand, many individuals are not willing to let go and believe they must stick it out until the end, such as Dylan Thomas, in his poem, “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night”. Although Dickinson and Thomas both utilize the…

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  • Public Transport Case Study

    4.Rising transport issues in both private and public transport In public transport in Mumbai, suburban railway and BEST bus share the majority proportion at around 88% of the public transport (2008). As traditionally considered, public transport service is the responsibility of the government, but due to the large population and limitation of resources in Mumbai, government-provided public transport service is rather inadequate and fail to meet the public demand. During the recent decades,…

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