The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood - Could This Really Happen?
Introduction / Thesis:
Author Margaret Atwood has written a novel that is engaging and . . . .
the writer can choose what topic they wish as long as it's about Execution Poems by George Elliot Clarke
George Elliott Clarke's Execution Poems
George Elliott Clarke's Execution . . . .
Ready to Pass the Writing Test
There are few things more important in a modern education than the development of university-level writing skills. The ability to communicate is so ingrained . . . .
Romeo and Juliet: The Sonnet
There is a very good reason Shakespeare is considered one of the best writers in English and perhaps any other language as well. He had a brilliant and . . . .
Integrating ESOL standards into classroom practice
With the enactment of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) standards have been outlined for all subjects. Standards are . . . .
Nadine Gordimer July's People
Gordimer, Nadine. July's People. New York: Penguin, 1982.
Reading July's People with the eye of a contemporary reader is a surreal . . . .
Two Sides to Every Murder: Othello and Iago
Two characters that could not be more different are found in William Shakespeare's play, Othello. The characters that serve as foils too one . . . .
Revelation, sexuality, and epiphany in James Joyce's Dubliners
The collection of short stories entitled Dubliners by James Joyce weaves together tales that chronicle . . . .
Grammatical Analysis of UNICEF - supported soap opera raises awareness about HIV/ AIDS in Niger
It is often said that today's generations tend . . . .
Motivations Of The American Revolution
Some may say that the American Revolution was conceived during the earliest days of British colonization. Inspired to move . . . .
Theories of Humor
There are four major schools of humor theory with varying aspects that are necessary to forms of humor. Theorists, including Plato, have . . . .
The Enlightenment in Europe
The Enlightenment was a stage in Western philosophy and culture which spanned the eighteenth century, and advocated Reason as the primary source of authority. . . . .
The Object of Women in "My Last Duchess"
Robert Browning's poem, "My Last Duchess" illustrates the attitude toward women in the sixteenth century. The Duke, from an aristocratic family, . . . .
The formation of speech actually begins in the brain as described by Fernando Trujillo. After the creation of a message and the lexico-grammatical structure (a combination . . . .
1) The first main point Eliot makes in "Tradition and the Individual Talent" is the supposed lack of tradition in English writing. He counters this by explaining that tradition . . . .
Iago: Villainous Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
Many individuals are remembered for their greatness but few are remembered for how great they were at being villainous. One individual . . . .
How Words become Words
Throughout history, words and idiomatic phrases have been the foundation upon which civilization was developed, with the evolution of romance, . . . .
clean air act 1990
The Clean Air Act of 1990 is actually the most recent version of a law first passed in 1970 designed to improve the quality of the air we breathe. The . . . .
Hamlet, According to Williamson
William Shakespeare's Hamlet has long been lauded as one of the greatest--if not the greatest--work of literature in English or perhaps any other language. . . . .
Shaw's Pygmalion Q's
1) Shaw claimed to be an early feminist, believing women were very much equal to men in terms of cognitive ability and philosophical reasoning. Does this sentiment . . . .
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