Nobel Prize in Literature

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird Conscience Analysis

    Mahatma Gandhi represents the world leaders who chose to do the moral thing as opposed to one that would bring in more money. And lastly, in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is the epitome of conscientious thinking in perhaps all literature. Marie Curie and her husband Pierre Curie spent the majority of their lifetime dedicated to the art of science. After discovery radiation from some rocks, Marie hypothesized that there…

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  • Two Sides Of Extremism

    one of the most famous speech all around the world; then at 35 he won a nobel prize for peace "for the furtherance of brotherhood among men and to the abolishment or reduction of standing armies and for the extension of these purposes." stated the Nobel Institute. And instead of keeping the 54,000 dollars he received with the award, he put it right back into the civil rights movement(“Martin Luther King WIns the Nobel Prize for Peace”). Sadly, at age 39 he is assassinated in Tennessee by James…

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  • Brief Summary Of The Film 'A Beautiful Mind'

    John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics, Directed by Ron Howard in 2002. This story emphasizes Nash 's graduate years at Princeton University where he starts to develop a mental disorder. Later doctors diagnose Nash with paranoid schizophrenia which causes Nash to start hallucinating. Nash struggles through his life and with the help of friends and especially his wife is able to recover. A beautiful mind is about a graduate student that attends Princeton University with the Carnegie Prize for…

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  • Use Of Malalala Day Speech

    “Malala day” speech to the UN Youth Assembly. –Emily Jones. Malala Yousafzia delivered her speech to the United Nations Youth Assembly on her 16th birthday. This speech was significant as Malala is the youngest person to date to receive the Nobel Peace prize. The purpose of this speech was to unify and help society move forward with education becoming a right for boys and girls worldwide. During her speech Malala refers to her audience as her brothers and sisters to address them. Shown in the…

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  • Malala Yousafzai Speech Analysis

    In December 2014, Malala Yousafzai won The Nobel Peace Prize, together with Kailash Satyarthi. Both speakers fought against the suppression of children and young people in their native country and for the rights of all children to have an education. Malala Yousafzai delivered a passionate persuasive speech after receiving her Nobel Prize medal and diploma during the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony at the Oslo City Hall in Norway. In her speech Malala expressed gratitude and honor for all…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Malala

    December 2014, Malala gave her Nobel Peace Prize Lecture in Oslo, Norway. According to Malala, the award is not only for her, but also for those “voiceless children” (Yousafzai), who don’t receive education. Malala is from Swat, Pakistan. Her name was inspired by “Malalai of Maiwand, who is the Pashtun Joan of Arc” (Yousafzai), and Malala means “grief stricken, sad.”(Yousafzai) She is the first Pashtun and the youngest Pakistani to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She and Kailash Satyarthi,…

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  • The Rhetorical Analysis Of Malala Yousafzai's Speech

    believes that the sympathetic audience should believe that children worldwide should be provided an education, and take action by asking the world leaders to unite and make education their top priority, and assure that basic education is not enough. The nobel lecture audience can clearly see the appeal of this speech, whether they be of people of importance or simply an average person, because they can all relate to her emotions, which demonstrate…

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  • My Hope Research Paper

    The Hope for the Hopeless Light in illness Have you ever been so sick that you feel as if you are going to die? All you can do is lay in bed helplessly and wait for your body to heal itself due to our strong immune system. We get to skip school and go to our doctor 's office which is usually within an hour drive. We get diagnosed with a cold or the flu and get prescribed a medication and are on our way home within the next hour or so. We get to go home and fight off the illness. We eventually…

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  • Malala Yousafzai

    Malala Yousafzai, female activist, human rights spokeswoman, and a normal girl who enjoys quality time with her siblings, is known for her human rights advocacy for the education of women and children in Northern Pakistan, where the local Taliban banned girls from attending school, to limited their rights little by little. Malala was only 10 years old when the Taliban dominated her region and influenced her people through the use of Islam in a very drab, murky way. She was taught to stand up for…

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  • Rigoberta Menchú's Verbal Testimony

    Rigoberta Menchú became one of the most controversial Nobel Peace Prize winners when her testimony was put under a microscope and discrepancies were found by multiple people working in academia. This is given in the edited manuscript of her verbal testimony in the book I, Rigoberta Menchú, as it presents itself as a truth of her life, although that’s debatable. Blame could be put on her editor, Elizabeth Burgos, herself, or the Guatemalan people who knew her personally that gave their own…

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