Nobel Prize in Literature

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  • Malala

    The purpose of this essay is to observe the differences between news reports on Malala Yousafzai from the British Broadcasting Corporation and the NZ Herald. In recognising the differences between these two articles it raises the question of what truth in journalism is. This essay will analyse the quotes that are used and the titles of the articles to show how certain factors alter the perception of a person. The news reports that have been chosen are found online and have been published around…

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  • Malala Yousafzai: A Hero's Journey

    against this unfairness and wanted to make it right. So in all acts of desperation she told a tv broadcaster that “All I want is an education” (time for kids) said malala. This got it out to the world. She won a nobel peace prize at age 16. “And became the youngest girl ever to win a nobel peace prize”(time for kids). “She even had a fund for girls and women to get an education. In 2013 she was nominated for TFKs person of the year award” (time for kids). Got shot When they regained the…

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  • Bono Research Paper

    known. In 2002 he confounded the One campaign to fight poverty around the world. Time magazine in 2005 awarded him with the “Person of the year” award. Also, in 2005 U2 was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Being nominated for a nobel peace prize in 2006 was something Bono will never forget. Queen Elizabeth also honored him in 2007 and made him an honorary knight. Although Bono has led an exciting life, he has also faced many trials but has always managed to come out on…

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  • He Named Me Malala

    I think it has the perfect balance between light and dark subjects, the positive and the negative. It is thought-provoking, attention grabbing and full of suspense leaving the viewers aching to know more about this young Nobel Prise winning prodigy called Malala Yousafzai. It portraits her in an intimate way we've never seen before, and is packed with details and information that are delivered very gracefully and don't make you feel overloaded with new knowledge. One thing…

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  • Elie Wiesel Speech

    Elie Wiesel and Malala Yousafzai have received the Nobel Peace Prize for their humanitarian work. Elie Wiesel was a Holocaust survivor, and the writer of Night. Malala Yousafzai is commonly known for being shot by the Taliban as a young girl, but her mission is to give access to education to the millions of kids around the world who do not have the chance. Their acceptance speeches highlight the essence of their work. Their Nobel Lectures both contain rhetorical appeals; heavy usage of ethos…

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  • The Nobel Peace Prize: Deserved Or Corrupt?

    Deserved or Corrupt? The Nobel Peace Prize has always been a respected and dignified award. It is often presented to renowned figures that have helped to shape worldwide communications today. By presenting this award to undeserving figures such as Barack Obama, the Nobel Peace Prize has been seriously undermined of its credibility and prestige. Both Tom Toles and Michael Binyon excellently explain and criticize this absurd handout through their rhetoric arguments. Their logic and argumentation…

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  • Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech

    It Forward I arrive in Oslo, Norway on October 9, 2021, a day before the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. As I stand on the hotel’s balcony, the sun is shining bright, and as I breathe in the fresh air, I take in the glorious view that is filled with exquisite buildings. The warm air blowing against my skin awakes my soul causing me to reminisce on how I made it to the point to be chosen to receive the Nobel Peace Prize Award. Eleven months ago, I attended one of Dr. Rice’s conferences, and…

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  • Mahatma Gandhi's First Mass Civil Disobedience Campaign

    an ambulance corps of 1,100 volunteers to show the British Empire that they are worthy of full rights of citizenship. In 1906, Gandhi “organized his first mass civil-disobedience campaign” and after years of protest as well as imprisonment, a compromise was made (Mahatma Gandhi). The government then recognized Hindu marriages and abolished poll tax for Indians. In 1919, the British authorities enacted the Rowlatt Act which allowed imprisonment “of those suspected of sedition without trial”…

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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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  • What It Means To Be A Hero Analysis

    set the tone for the night. As I sat the coloring, a speech my friend gave earlier in the day kept rolling in inside my head. It was about the young girl, Malala Yousafzai, and how she is an activist, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, and an international hero. At a very young age (11) she began giving speeches on how the Taliban couldn’t…

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