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American Eulogies to the Old South: Natasha Term Paper

… ¶ … American Eulogies to the Old South:

Natasha Trethewey's Native Guard and Marilyn Nelson's a Wreath for Emmett Till Both American poets Natasha Trethewey and Marilyn Nelson tackle aspects of the American history of racial intolerance in their books Native Guard and a Wreath for Emmett Till. Poetry is often though of as a personal medium, although back in Elizabethan times, poetry was also an opportunity for an author to demonstrate exotic wordplay and his or her pure, technical gifts as an artist, as is evidenced in Shakespeare's verbal fireworks in Homeric times, poetic epic told the story and proclaimed the values of a nation as well as an individual. These American women's poetic works are tours de force on all three levels of…. [read more]


Advocacy Project Term Paper

… ¶ … Drinking and Driving Consequences

Are we taking the drunken drivers off the road only to turn them into drunken pedestrians?

Lawrence S. Harris, North Carolina State Medical Examiner (Simpson, 1988)

Despite Being Illegal

Despite drinking alcohol being illegal for them to do so, many underage people often heavily drink alcohol, a legal product individuals at least 21-years-old may consume in the United States. (Eigen & Noble, 1996; 1998; Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, 1991; Presley, Leichter, & Mielman, 1999; cited by Zwarun, Linz, Metzger & Kunkel, 2006) Underage alcohol consumption, in turn, Eigen & Noble (1998; cited by Zwarun, Linz, Metzger & Kunkel, 2006) report, increase the likelihood of automobile accidents, resulting from drought driving, (Eigen & Noble, 1996; Siegal, 1999; cited by…. [read more]


Canada's Film Industry Term Paper

… Canada's Film Industry

When talking about movies, most people's mental representation consist of the sign from the Hollywood Hills, the well-known Hollywood's Walk of Fame or the glamorous Oscar ceremony which allows them to recognize their favorite actors or actresses. But how many realize that the roots of celebrities who are given the red-carpet treatment aren't exclusively American? For instance, how many cinephiles who have been touched by the story of Titanic, the renowned film that won 11 Oscars in 1998, know that its director James Cameron has Canadian origins? Furthermore, how many moviegoers have found out that contemporary cineplexes representing one of their favorite leisure destinations were invented by a Canadian? Certainly, the percentage of those people holding such information is very low as…. [read more]


Judgment at Nuremberg Is a 1961 Film Term Paper

… Judgment at Nuremberg is a 1961 film, which gives a fictionalized account of the post-World War II Nuremberg Trials. It stars Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster, Richard Widmark, Marlene Dietrich, Maximilian Schell, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Werner Klemperer and William Shatner. The movie was written by Abby Mann and directed by Stanley Kramer. The film does not depict the trial of the military and political leaders of Nazi Germany who were held responsible for the crimes against humanity committed during World War II or the Holocaust as a whole; rather, the film depicts the trial of certain judges who carried out the laws promulgated by the Nazi state. Such a trial did actually take place.

The film was inspired by the Judges' Trial before the United…. [read more]


Reckoning Exercise Essay

… ¶ … Dangerous Beauty," Michael Paterniti uses recurring images of bodies, body parts, and bodily functions in order to tie together the different historical periods of his essay and give the story itself a sense of life. While the essay is mainly about David Williams, a professor interested in an anatomy book produced by Nazis during World War II using the bodies of murdered Jews as source cadavers, Paterniti also traces the history of the book itself, with a particular focus on its author and one of the its artists, Eduard Pernkopf and Franz Batke. Paterniti introduces Williams with a discussion of his heart problems and his daily regimen, and he uses the images of clogging arteries and a weakening heart in order to convey…. [read more]


Deception in All the King's Men Story Research Paper

… Deception, Burden and "All the Kings Men"

"All the King's Men" is a fictional account of powerful and devious Louisiana politician, Willie Stark. The novel describes, Willie has an earnest, dedicated young man that is fed up with a political system built on patronage, lies, treachery, corruption and unchecked power. Initially, Willie is involved in politics to change the system from within- to remove the corruption and the corruptible. However, as the novel progresses, Willie becomes more and more entrenched within the patriarchy that defines the Louisiana political system. As Willie becomes more mired in the morass, he suddenly realizes that his wide-eyed idealism is unwarranted and indeed even a detriment if Willie wants to make progress within the system. In short, Willie receives a…. [read more]


Denisovich and Shawshank Ivan Essay

… While Solzhenitsyn specifically placed his story over the period of a single day, mostly to give the impression of the Shukhov's acceptance of his situation, Darabont's film encompasses two decades, indicating the main character's refusal to accept his imprisonment and the loss of his humanity.

The main character of the Shawshank Redemption is Andy Dufresne, a convicted murderer who claims to be innocent. He is an educated, upper-class man who was the vice-president of a bank. He is described as a "tall drink of water with the silver spoon up his ass." (12:00) Andy's story, as well as all the other characters', is narrated by another prisoner named "Red," who is a self described "regular Sears and Roebuck." (8:30) Red is a prisoner, and uses…. [read more]


Military Employee Stress Thesis

… Military Employee Stress

The objective of this work is to compare, contrast and synthesize and evaluate the principles of societal development including an evaluation of the workplace and resulting family stress. In order to understand the effects of how societal development in the workplace has affected the family unit, an evaluation of the workplace and resulting family stress will be conducted. Additionally, this work will compare, contrast and evaluate the work of Weber, Durkheim, Spencer and Marx, the four social theorists upon whose work this study will be based and upon which the integration of current information meaning included in scholarly journals written by experts on family dynamics will be applied to the findings from actual application.

BREADTH OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the 'Breadth' portion…. [read more]


Homosexuality: An Analysis of James Term Paper

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The metaphorical "room" in Giovanni's Room

It can be argued that David, a white bi-sexual in search of his true sexual identity, torn between a gay love for Giovanni and a heterosexual love for Hella his lady friend, is himself a symbol - through the novel - of the alienation black homosexuals felt in the American culture. As an expatriate, David is by definition a man without a country, an outcast (which, as explained above, a gay black man like James was in the black U.S. community); and here in Paris, at the beginning of the novel, he can deceive himself into thinking he is a man with some substance. He isn't a man of substance, because he is still in search of his…. [read more]


Foreign Policy of China (Beijing Thesis

… But just as China (Beijing consensus)'s economic and military power does not yet match that of the United States, China (Beijing consensus)'s soft power still has a long way to go as demonstrated by a Chicago Council on Global Affairs poll. China (Beijing consensus) does not have cultural industries like Hollywood, and its universities are not yet the equal of the United States. It lacks the many non-governmental organizations that generate much of U.S. soft power. Politically, China (Beijing consensus) suffers from corruption, inequality, and a lack of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. While that may make the "Beijing consensus" attractive in authoritarian and semi-authoritarian developing countries, it undercuts China (Beijing consensus)'s soft power in the West. Although China (Beijing consensus)'s new…. [read more]


Barack Obama and the Deracialization Theory Thesis

… Barack Obama and the Deracialization Theory

The history of the United States has marked some of the most interesting and at the same time challenging events of the democratic process. It saw the breakup from an empire, a war of independence from what would eventually be considered a colonial system and a world order. It faced civil war which took the lives of thousands, ending in an attempt to reconstruct an entire country on the precepts of the Reconstruction Era in the 19th century. Most importantly however, the United States has been the scene of the emergence of civil rights as a doctrine and as a practice. The right of the individual to be a free man, in search of a good and happy life…. [read more]

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