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    Name of student: Ahmed Joudar Department of Comparative literature Second semester: Research plan Spring 2017: (1st report) Supervisors: Prof. Kürtösi Katalin & Prof. Fogarasi György Title: A critical study: How Edward Said explicated the predicament of Exile through the works of 20th century novelists. The Twentieth century can be considered as a highway in which…

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    Satan’s evil corruption occurs through another tragic area involving human sacrifices mentioned in the Bible. Early masochism and other cruelties appear to have erupted during this time. “…innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood. Thus were they defiled with their own works, and went a whoring with their own inventions” (Ps 106:37-39). One of the main gods that instigated this…

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    Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders are chronic and debilitating conditions. [1] Antipsychotic medications are the first line of treatment for psychosis and traditionally they have focused on reducing the frequency and intensity of psychotic symptoms without being fully effective in functional improvement. [2, 3] Many patients continued having positive symptoms (auditory hallucinations and delusions) and negative symptoms (apathy, emotional and social withdrawal) due to lack of treatment…

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    Ckd Literature Review

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    In order to access this literature, various resources were explored including databases, books, periodicals, reviews and journals. An International literature database system such as MEDLINE, CINAHL, OVID and COCHRANE were searched. According to Stokes (2006), the first connection point for searching for the best evidence is the Cochrane Library and Clinical Evidence databases. An ‘Inter-nurse’ search engine and NHS evidence database were also used…

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    Dr. Mascio has taught 14 completely distinct courses with separate preparations in the last 9 semesters, 8 in the last two semesters while carrying a 15 credit load each semester. These courses include disciplines as wide ranging as literature, etymology, history, philosophy, mythology, religion, and film. Courses not taught in the last two semesters include the following: Roots of English, Journey of Transformation, Classical Mythology, Modern Theater, and Film, Advanced Greek: Aristotle, and…

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    Systematic Review Process

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    Introduction: What is a systematic review? A systematic review is a paper that summarizes the results of available studies and provides information on the reliability of results and evidence by working to delimit bias (Schlosser, R., 2006). It may or may not make judgment on the value of this information for health care practice. To have a better understanding of what a systematic review is, I decided to look more closely at one myself. After considering my recent experience in the nursing lab…

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    Relationship Problems Can a relationship give you doubt? In the stories I chosen to as my primary sources are “Jove an Io” which was by Ovid who is also known as Publius Ovidius Naso. It written between 43 B.C.E- 17 C.E and is classified as a short story. “The Nightingale” is the other story I decided to do my research on and was written by Marie De France there is not a set time period but it was around 1150-1200. The reason behind why I chose to write about “Jove and Io” is the plot of the…

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    Plot summary During Dante’s midlife crisis, he ponders on how he lost his way. He is at point in his life where he wants to fix himself and go back to his “true path.” He then finds himself in a dark place and lost. After the sin radiates the mountain above him with light, he tries to climb the mountain only to see it is clocked by a leopard, a lion, and a she-wolf. Vulnerable as he is, he decided to go back into the dark. He then sees a specter, Virgil, who was a Roman poet. Virgil says…

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    Within society, both past and present, we can discern a myriad of façades which present a deceptive outer appearance. William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, Willy Russell’s Educating Rita and D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover are works of literature which diversely consider a vast array of characters and situations which demonstrate such façades within society. These façades may be actively used by a character or be surrounding an abstract concept or institution, such as wealth or…

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    Her Soft Voice Poem

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    Oh fascinating,” Her soft voice chirped as she reread the poem by Ovid numerous times, trying to find perhaps, a hidden message that she had some how missed. Why hadn’t her educator taught her about these important poems? Weren’t ones skins suppose to shin brightly? She’d have to ask her servant, or perhaps Drusus about it later if he was going to stop by. She was grateful he did threaten to flog her or smack the backside like she had heard the horror stories of doing. Just the thought sent…

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