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  • The Great Gatsby Theme Analysis

    The Great Gatsby Theme Analysis

    The Great Gatsby by Scott F. Fitzgerald presents several commentaries on then-contemporary society of prosperous America; along with post war economic growth, cinematograph, and increasing optimism the inevitable weakening of humanly values spreads like a plague among the upper class of the East Coast. The fictionalized geographic locations, which Fitzgerald ties with his characters, serve to convey the theme of moral degradation. The novel starts out in the West Egg; a place inhabited by the

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    Submitted: November 19, 2009 By: July
  • Critical Analysis of Great Gatsby

    Critical Analysis of Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby is a romantic but dramatic story of Jay Gatsby who tries to redeem his love that he once had with the women of his dreams, Daisy. Gatsby is a tragic hero and a romantic. Gatsby has a tragic flaw that meets his fate with death. Jay Gatsby is a rich man and his wealth defined his importance. He is a romantic dreamer who wishes to fulfill him dream with Daisy. Gatsby’s every

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    Essay Length: 514 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Kevin
  • Chapter Analysis of Great Gatsby

    Chapter Analysis of Great Gatsby

    This chapter provides the final pieces of Gatsby’s makeup, and this is done by further flashbacks into critical periods of his past. The real history narrated by Nick is, of course, in contrast to the information Gatsby has himself provided. Gatsby was born James Gatz on a North Dakota farm and he briefly attended College in Minnesota, but dropped out after a few weeks. He then worked on Lake Superior, fishing for salmon and clams,

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    Essay Length: 665 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 24, 2009 By: Jessica
  • Analysis of a Scene from Great Expectations

    Analysis of a Scene from Great Expectations

    Analysis of a scene of Great Expectations. I have chosen to look at how the relationship of Pip and Magwitch develops during the novel. I have chosen 3 key scenes in which Magwitch and pip meet and I will look at how each is portrayed in terms of character, development, setting and the messages or morals that dickens is trying to convey. Magwitch first meets pip at the graveyard on the marshes, from this we

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    Submitted: December 3, 2009 By: Mike
  • Mirror Stage of Development Analysis on the Wizard of Oz (magic Art of the Great Humbug)

    Mirror Stage of Development Analysis on the Wizard of Oz (magic Art of the Great Humbug)

    In the children’s story, “The Magic Art of the Great Humbug”, all of the characters run into problems with their identities. The old man has the most difficulty with his own identity. He wishes to be a great wizard with superhuman capabilities. The Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Cowardly Lion have trouble with desiring qualities that are only common to humans. Finally, Dorothy runs into trouble with the symbols around her that establish her identity. The

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    Submitted: December 19, 2009 By: Edward
  • Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression

    Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression

    Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression My proposition is to take an in depth examination of Irving Fisher’s views on the origin of the Great Depression, his debt deflation theory and the policy measures he advocated. Only days prior to the stock market crash, Fisher predicted that the shares were in fact not overvalued and their increases were due to new profit opportunities created by new technological advances and increases in productivity. As the

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    Essay Length: 254 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 7, 2010 By: Jon
  • Great Expectations Character Analysis - Pip

    Great Expectations Character Analysis - Pip

    Question 4.) Although literary critics have tended to praise the unique and litereray characterization many authors have employed the sterotype characters successfully. Select a novel or play and analyze how a conventional or stereotype character function to achieve the authors purposes. In current times, it is evident that a writer will use characters that stick out from the norm in some way. They may have a stereotypical background, but the character’s story has some type

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    Submitted: February 2, 2010 By: regina
  • Colour Symbolism in Great Gatsby, (critical Analysis)

    Colour Symbolism in Great Gatsby, (critical Analysis)

    A careful examination of the “ The Great Gatsby”, by F. Scott Fitzgerald reveals that his intention was to satirize the Corruption of society. Set in the core of America, Fitzgerald portrays a hedonistic society decaying in morals and consumed in materialism, he expresses this through the symbolism of colour and nature. Likewise, The critic, J.S Westbrook suggests the failure of American society are “ symbolized by two patterns of reference…one revolves around the problem

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    Submitted: February 12, 2010 By: Jon
  • Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression

    Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression

    Irving Fisher’s Analysis of the Great Depression My proposition is to take an in depth examination of Irving Fisher’s views on the origin of the Great Depression, his debt deflation theory and the policy measures he advocated. Only days prior to the stock market crash, Fisher predicted that the shares were in fact not overvalued and their increases were due to new profit opportunities created by new technological advances and increases in productivity. As the

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    Submitted: February 16, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Analysis of the Great Gatsby

    Analysis of the Great Gatsby

    There are many themes in The Great Gatsby. However, in my opinion, the most significant theme is the corruption of the American Dream. The most representative characters are Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan. The idea of American Dream emphasizes that someone can actually be successful if he or she works hard in pursuing his or her dreams. The author deliberately set the American Dream in the 1920’s, a time period when the dream had been

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    Submitted: March 8, 2010 By: Jessica
  • Analysis of Hercules’ Greatness

    Analysis of Hercules’ Greatness

    Hercules Hercules is arguably the greatest and most accomplished hero figure in Greek mythology. He was born the son of Alcides, wife to a great general; and Zeus, the most powerful Greek god. Hercules could only be overcome by a supernatural force. No mortal or anything else of this world could defeat him. However, that is not what makes Hercules so magnificent. It was Hercules' constant perseverance to overcome adversity and make the wrong right

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    Submitted: March 21, 2010 By: Tommy
  • A Simple Analysis of Tthe Great Gatsby

    A Simple Analysis of Tthe Great Gatsby

    How do we perceive a novel? What influences our impressions of certain characters? Many literary critics would agree that choosing the correct point of view is critical in developing the plot and character of any piece of writing. Quite simply, point of view can be described as the role of the narrator in the story; is the person telling the story as a detached observer, or is he or she actually involved in the events?

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    Submitted: May 8, 2010 By: Jon
  • Analysis of a Letter by Martin Luther King Junior

    Analysis of a Letter by Martin Luther King Junior

    Martin Luther King Jr.: A Question Of Ethics A Letter from Birmingham Jail" was penned as a response to a letter that criticized Martin Luther King Jr. written by eight high ranking clergymen. Although King's letter was addressed as a reply to these clergymen, the real audience was the "white moderate" - otherwise known as middle class America (King et al 106). By gaining the support of this majority group, King knew that the civil

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    Submitted: December 1, 2008 By: Jessica
  • Analysis and Context of Bob Marley's Lyrics

    Analysis and Context of Bob Marley's Lyrics

    Analysis and Context of Bob Marley's Lyrics A lifetime of inspiration and struggle is depicted through a poster I acquired not to long ago. The portrait is Bob Marley. The image is freedom. This sense of freedom can be, and is, achieved through his music, powered by his music, and inspired by his music as it relates to the social injustices in early white imperialism. An illusion of the creation of a human life is

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha
  • Critical Analysis of "the Necklace" Short Story

    Critical Analysis of "the Necklace" Short Story

    Critical Analysis of "The Necklace" Short Story The short story, The Necklace, by Guy De Maupassant, follows the life of a woman and her husband living in France in the early 1880's. The woman, Mathilde, is a very materialistic person who is never content with anything in her life. Her husband, a lowly clerk in the Ministry of Education, is not a rich man, but he brings home enough to get by. He enjoys the

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha
  • Critical Analysis of "the Minister's Black Veil"

    Critical Analysis of "the Minister's Black Veil"

    Critical Analysis of "The Minister's Black Veil" The small, early American town that the story "The Minister's Black Veil" takes place in is a quite provincial town. Its inhabitants are normal people who, when confronted with a foreign entity, respond with ignorance. Nathaniel Hawthorne uses symbolism and a black veil to convey his message of the incorrectness of early American actions towards things of a foreign nature. The black veil symbolized the all too familiar

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha
  • Analysis of James Hurst's Essay, "the Scarlet Ibis"

    Analysis of James Hurst's Essay, "the Scarlet Ibis"

    Analysis of James Hurst's Essay, "The Scarlet Ibis" Dante Alighieri once said, "Avarice, envy, pride, three fatal sparks, have set the hearts of all on Fire." In the short story УThe Scarlet IbisФ by James Hurst, it shows how pride can be beneficial in some ways, and harmful in other ways. The story starts out as the narrator of the story has a recollection of his past when his younger brother Doodle was still alive.

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha
  • Analysis of Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail

    Analysis of Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail

    Analysis of Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail First Martin Luther King effectively makes use of logos throughout his letter. He clarifies all of the reasons for his arguments and supports them well. His arguments are also logical in their appeal. For example, in the beginning of his letter he gives a response to the clergymen's claim that the demonstrations were unwise and untimely. He states that the Negro community had no alternative except

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    Essay Length: 609 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Tasha
  • Critically Evaluation of Porter's Five Forces, Value Chain Analysis, Balanced Scored Card

    Critically Evaluation of Porter's Five Forces, Value Chain Analysis, Balanced Scored Card

    Critically evaluation of Porter's five forces, Value Chain Analysis, Balanced Scored Card Given the demands of today's competitive and dynamic environment, it is quite challenging to understand strategic issues facing organizations and develop the capability for long term organizational success. This report aims to present a critically analysis of three frameworks across organizations: Porter's Five Forces, Value Chain and Balanced Scorecard. Such critical evaluation includes identifying the benefits and limitations of three frameworks and considering

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Victor
  • Analysis of Plato's "the Allegory of the Cave"

    Analysis of Plato's "the Allegory of the Cave"

    Analysis of Plato's "The Allegory of the Cave" The moist air of the cave hovers in a homeostatic manner around the manТs conditioned skin. He sits, staring at the flat, cold surface of rock in front of him. Nothing that he sees surprises him. He just stares blankly at the recurrent shadows dancing in a dull glow. He is motionlessly caught in a state of a calm, content trance. The cold chains around his neck

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    Submitted: December 4, 2008 By: Victor
  • Suzuki Motor Company Market Strategy Analysis

    Suzuki Motor Company Market Strategy Analysis

    Analysis of marketing strategy of Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. (Suzuki) Company Background: Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki Loom Works, a privately owned loom manufacturing company, in 1909 in Hamamatsu, Japan. In 1952, the company began manufacturing and marketing a 2-cycle, 36 cubic centimeter (cc) motorcycle, which became so popular that in 1954 the company introduced a second motorcycle and changed its name to Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. (Suzuki).In 1985, American Suzuki opened its automotive division and

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    Submitted: December 5, 2008 By: Fonta
  • The Many Causes of the Great Depression

    The Many Causes of the Great Depression

    The Great Depression was the worst economic slump ever in U.S. history, and one which spread to virtually all of the industrialized world. The depression began in late 1929 and lasted for about a decade. Many factors played a role in bringing about the depression; however, the main cause for the Great Depression was the combination of the greatly unequal distribution of wealth throughout the 1920's, and the extensive stock market speculation that took place

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    Submitted: December 5, 2008 By: Fonta
  • Analysis of Robert Zemeckis - Contact

    Analysis of Robert Zemeckis - Contact

    The Warner Bros. movie Contact, based on the novel by famous Astronomer Carl Sagan, is a fascinating journey through the human mind and attempts to answer the question that humans have been asking since the dawn of time "Are we alone in the Universe?" The movie describes with amazing accuracy the lives of astronomers and researchers who work for the SETI program and other similar projects that explore the possibilities of receiving extra terrestrial radio

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    Submitted: December 6, 2008 By: Steve
  • The Crucible: Reverend Hale Character Analysis

    The Crucible: Reverend Hale Character Analysis

    Reverend Hale's character is dramatically changed throughout Arthur Miller's play: The Crucible. In the very beginning of the play, Hale appears strong and resolute. He is seen as all knowing, even holy. As the play progresses, Hale's own insecurities prompt the citizen's slow descent of reverence for him. In Act One, Hale arrives in Salem to try to resolve the problem surrounding the sleeping girls and witchcraft. His arrival stirs up the town, and they

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    Submitted: December 8, 2008 By: Fatih
  • Style Analysis of "the Company Man"

    Style Analysis of "the Company Man"

    Style Analysis of "The Company Man" In "The Company Man," the main character, Phil, literally works himself to death after decades of hard work and dedication to his company. Ellen Goodman, a columnist, wrote this newspaper article in order to show that hard work does not always have its benefits. In life, we must slow down from our hectic schedules to appreciate life itself. The vivid diction describes the sarcasm that Goodman has towards Phil.

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    Submitted: December 8, 2008 By: Fatih

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