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    Evaluating Passionate Text: Significance of the Chestnut Tree in Jane Eyre The thunder rumbled through the clouds and as a sudden streak flashed across the sky; the lightning violently hit the tree and the repercussions of this (God-like) action had little arcs that danced across the thick, black sky. The tree hung in despair and disbelief, almost as if it were a weeping willow instead of a horse chestnut tree. In Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, “the chestnut tree is hit by lightning on the night that Mr. Rochester and Jane get engaged” (261). This scene introduces the chestnut tree and how it plays a significant role in this novel. The significant role of the chestnut tree raises the question(s), does the tree represent the relationship of Jane and Mr. Rochester or maybe it represents the split emotion that lies deep within the heart of Mr. Rochester? As a small hint of advice after reading this novel, if the place (like under a beautiful and powerful chestnut tree) in which you were engaged and on the same eve the place in which you were proposed to is struck by lightning, and tree is spilt in half…you might want to rethink that relationship. The theme for this particular paper is to give an in depth analysis, using textual evidence, that will be used to reveal the significance in which the chestnut tree symbolizes. The chestnut tree that splits into two pieces is burned because of the impact of the lightning. Just to note though, it is still alive and holds a bond…

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    WestJet Airlines Case Analysis WestJet Airlines was founded in 1996 in Calgary, Alberta. Clive Beddoe, Don Bell, Mark Hill, and Tim Morgan got together to create an airlines that stood apart from the other airlines in Canada. They wanted to create a low-fare carrier in Canada similar to what Southwest Airlines was in the United States. Another big part of their airlines was the company environment and culture. WestJet Airlines started off small by only working in certain regions in Canada. This…

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    Clive Barker, the author of the novel The Thief of Always, develops the story well using the setting to drop hints and symbolize elements of the story. Harvey, on a mission to get back his childhood and destroy Mr. Hood and his Holiday House, encounters lots of interesting places, which are used as clues in the book. The setting is very important to the plot, and builds depth. The setting is a key element in the Thief of Always. Millsap, the town which Harvey lives in, is one of the biggest…

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    considered a visionary for many different reasons, but the main reason he is known as a visionary for is his passion for innovation. “Benioff has been widely recognized for his visionary leadership and pioneering innovations.” (Unknown 2016). He is considered a social activist because he has a strong passion for social change. Which brings us to the next topic of his 1:1:1 model. “Benioff created the 1-1-1 model of philanthropy, which leverages the resources of Salesforce to improve communities…

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    Colin Wilson Quotes

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    My Access #2 There could be a lot of meanings to the quote by Colin Wilson. There could be different experiences, and also some different views on what the quote is trying to tell us. Many people might not understand the quote because they don’t know what it’s like to actually come back from failure because they had everything given to them. What I get from the quote by Colin Wilson is that average humans are used to being in some bad situations because they don’t want to try their hardest. I…

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    a suspect. Before this was accomplished, however, this new technique was tested in animals to confirm its validity and used in immigration disputes as well as paternity testing. Through the use of Jeffreys’ new technique, upon comparing the DNA of the kitchen porters to the semen found on both girls, it is found that the kitchen porter is not the culprit. After discovering this, the search for the killer began again. Detective Pearce and the officers begin the investigation by testing the…

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    Misogynist Women

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    In almost every society that had been established before the 1900th century, there were laws or rules governing men and women and how each should be treated. Women, as seen in these societies, were looked down upon and not treated equally as men did. Men held most of the rights that every person should have and left women with basic human rights. Throughout most of the duration of these civilization, the status of women in relation to that of men didn’t change and men were always seen as…

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    Frankenstein Movie Vs Book

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    Frankenstein, “…wasn't expected to be a popular film, much less a breakout role for the unknown actor”, Boris Karloff, also known as Frankenstein (Biography.com). James Whale, and starred Colin Clive and Mae Clarke, which is based on the best-selling novel, Frankenstein, written by Shelley, released Frankenstein in 1931. It is a story of a young scientist trying to create life after one has died and the struggles and drama that come along with that. Even after 86 years, Frankenstein is still…

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    There was scene in James Whale’s movie which Henry Frankenstein’s servant, Fritz, is stolen brains from the University for Frankenstein to create the monster. But he accidently drops the “normal brain,” and thus he took away the “criminal brain” (Frankenstein). Whale has guided the audiences to the path where we already know the monster might be the antagonist of the film even before the monster existed. In the article “Approaches to Frankenstein [In Film]” by David Pirie, he points out “in the…

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    As explained earlier, Stonehenge is filled with hundreds of bones and ashes due to burial tombs around the monument and cremation deposits located around the pits. This could be interpreted as a religious factor. Actually, some people see Stonehenge as an old religious temple. Colin Renfrew came up with the fourth millennium theory saying that megalithic monuments were built as ritual centers and territorial markers because of the population growth. The population around Stonehenge was…

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