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  • The Knight's Hall: A Short Story

    The city’s populace celebrated the marriage of Princess Marie to the Duke of Hamilton’s son along with the nobles from the German Confederation. The palace gates thrown open and everyone invited into the square to celebrate the grand occasion. Inside the Knight’s Hall, Karolina did not notice the noble guests were dancing at one end of the great hall and she and her friends relegated to the other end. In fact, she did not care. This was her first royal invitation and she was going to be eighteen…

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  • Eddie Mabo Case Study

    the 3rd of June 1992, The High Court ruled that the British Crown had gained a title to the land of Australia. The Aboriginal people were still…

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  • Upper New England University: Case Study

    pressure from the Title IX laws, the university has decided to try and remove three men’s sports in order to gain funding for more women’s athletic programs. The overall goal, it seems, is to disengage…

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  • Virgin Of Guadalupe Analysis

    The Virgin of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico, is a religious icon and symbol of Mexican nationalism and identity (Benedetti). Through analyzing the image and history of the Virgin of Guadalupe through the theoretical terms, e.g. gender, sexuality, identity, and authority, one is able to understand her meaning and importance to Mexico, the world, and the catholic church. Her importance can be examined through the use of these theoretical terms and how they intersect and connect with…

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  • An Analysis Of Evicted By Matthew Desmond

    Introduction The author of Evicted, Matthew Desmond, exposes the restrictions those in extreme poverty may face daily. Based in Milwaukee Wisconsin, Desmond takes his readers into the lives of those living in poorly maintained housing where tenants experience health problems, eviction, and at times even death. The property owners are wealthy and thrive off profits made by those less fortunate, yet do minimal maintenance to preserve their rental units. The families residing in the rentals cope…

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  • Marianismo And Hembrismo Analysis

    When discussing portrayals of what defines true womanhood some begin the conversation with the commonly gender specifics terms which are called Marianismo and Hembrismo (Greer; Asencio). Scholars have defined Marianismo as “derived from the Catholic belief in the Virgin Mary—ascribes superior morality and spirituality to the Latina woman, who is considered able to endure suffering more than men. Her traditional femininity is portrayed as submissive, religious, modest, and humble, and a woman who…

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  • Australia National Identity

    Aboriginal people seek access, ownership, use, possession and enjoyment to resources in the control of white Australia. In the face of continuing resistance, land rights movements began to emerge for Australia has long refused to give a genuine native title to its traditional…

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  • The Handmaid's Tale Chapter 5 Analysis

    Chapter Four Karolina and Theresia finished dressing and met Princess Marie and her mother in the main entrance of the palace greeting their guests. The Grand Duke and the Grand Duchess of Baden were arriving and stepping out of their carriage. Karolina and her mother stood behind the Princess and the Dowager Duchess as they curtsied and welcomed the royal couple. Theresia instructed the servants to take their baggage to their rooms in the palace. The Grand Duke acknowledged the Dowager Duchess…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Torres Strait Islanders

    Torres Strait Islands are located between Australia and Papua New Guinea. There have been Torres Strait Islanders as one of the Australian Indigenous group. As another Australian Indigenous group, Aborigines, had been invaded and colonised their land, culture, and life from the eighteenth century, Torres Strait people also had similar, but different experiences through the history. For example, while Aboriginal people’s land settled by the British convicts from the 1788 of the First Fleet,…

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  • From Little Things Grow Poem Analysis

    From Little Things Big Things Grow The song “From Little Things Big Things Grow” is a song written and released in 1991 by Paul Kelly and is a song about the protest from the Gurindji people and Vincent Lingiari during their argument about land rights at Wave Hill station in August 1966. The Gurindji strike at Wave Hill station was an revolutionary incident that occurred in August of 1966 at Wave Hill station in the Northern Territory. On the eponymous date in 1966, Vincent Lingiari, a…

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