Nobel Peace Prize

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Malala Yousafzai's Acceptance Speech

    Nobel Causes Although many children believe they have no power to create change in today’s society, Malala Yousafzai decided to stand up for her rights and oppose the obstacles in her life. Yousafzai chose to continue attending school, despite threats made against her and other young girls by the Taliban. The terrorist group then attempted to murder her in retaliation for her defiance. However, she survived and soon became the face of a campaign to give every child the right to education and…

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  • Anne Frank And The Holocaust

    gone to a terrible fate and how incredible unfair it was. Paragraph 14-16 talks about how she is safe while her friends and acquaintances were suffering and walking to death’s door and all because they are Jews. Up next, is a speech from the Nobel Peace Prize about kind-of famous person who told us his experiences when he encountered the anti-Jewish…

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  • Bob Dylan Influence

    Bob Dylan, the American folk singer has recently received the Nobel peace prize in literature, the second to receive this honor for songwriting. The Nobel peace prize is one of five Nobel prizes created by a Swedish inventor, Alfred Nobel. This award was given to Bob Dylan for having created new poetic expressions within the “great American song tradition.” Dylan was not only a musician, publishing six books of drawings and paintings, and his work has been exhibited in major art galleries. As a…

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  • Mother Teresa Research Paper

    Mother Teresa has given others a different perspective on life as well as God."Her Nobel Peace Prize ignited a series of books, articles, and newspaper articles on her hard work and mission" ("Mother Teresa is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, December 10, 1979”). Mother Teresa's work put an impact on others and their work. Others have been inspired to write about Mother Teresa and her great love for God and the…

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  • The Dalai Lama's Ski Trip Analysis

    may not be exactly significant at times, but it is accurate information nonetheless. He supplies the reader with the knowledge about the Dalai Lama as to why he was taking a tour to the United States. He mentions, “The Dalai Lama received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. Thondup, who had heard that he was planning a tour to the United States, invited him to visit Santa Fe” (Preston 252). Although this may not seem like the most significant fact, it is still accurate and should be known to the…

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  • Midas Formula Case Study

    was created that could remove the risk from investments. Many financial derivatives were invented to exploit the BS formula. So after the academics received the Nobel price, LTCM (long term capital management) was created (smart guys going to the market). In 1995 the hedge fund LTCM (long term capital management) was created. The Nobel prize winners had no problem raising the capital and became what could be the team of the century. Within months $3bill raised. Started investing. Nobody could…

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  • Symbolism In Najib Mahfuz's Half A Day

    Half a Day and Zaabalawi Najib Mahfuz was born in Cairo in 1911. Mahfuz is a 1988 Nobel Prize winner in literature, by displaying artistic, cultural, and structure through his writing. Mahfuz uses symbols and hidden messages in his writing to make the reader search for the true meaning be hidden them. Two of Mahfouz stories show his rage of creativity, Half a Day and Zaabalawi. In these two short stories, he shows great examples of his culture through time and religion. In Half a Day, Mahfuz…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Gilded Age And Progressive Era

    For example, in 1878 physicist Albert A. Michelson first measured the speed of light; this later played an important role in Albert Einstein’s 1905 development of the “The Special Theory of Relativity”. In 1907, Albert Michelson became the first Nobel Prize winner from the United States ("Albert A. Michelson"). Among the other significant breakthroughs were the discovery of moons orbiting Mars and Jupiter, the exploration of extensive dinosaur fossil fills in Colorado and Wyoming as well as the…

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  • Marie Curie Research Paper

    scientist the fight against cancer or something as simple as getting an x-ray would not be what it is today. Her research has helped to save the lives of millions. In order to accomplish everything she did (Founder of Curic Instutes, winner of two Nobel Prizes, discovering two new chemical elements) being a woman in a time where women were considered to be second class citizens, just goes to show how truly special Marie Curie is. Marie was born as Maria Salomea Sklodowska on November 7, 1867 in…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis: The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army is an international Christian charitable organization that seeks to bring salvation to the impecunious, needy and deprived by improving their lives through a spiritual and physical way. It is currently active in 127 countries with different challenges for each different location but ultimately, The Salvation Army’s common goal is to aid those who are in suffering and to act for social justice. Early this year in February, there was a viral photo of a dress which became…

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