Business Essays

Freytag’s Pyramid in a Rose for Emily

“Miss Emily had been a tradition, a duty, and a care; a sort of hereditary obligation upon the town, dating from that day in 1894…” (Faulkner). A Rose for Emily expresses different uses of criticism. Throughout the story the main character (Emily) struggles with the loss of her father and the rejection of her sweetheart. These emotional pains impact Emily’s…

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"From the Bottom of My Heart"

“It is not light that we need, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake.” (Frederick Douglass) Michael Jackson can be defined simply as a hard worker who put in his best efforts and allegiance everyday to reach success. He is best known for his 1982 album, Thriller, which…

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Emily's Emotions

Emotions can have a positive or negative effect on people. Many factors influence emotions, the biggest one being the death of loved ones. In the short story “A Rose For Emily”, Emily Grierson experiences two major losses in her life and enters a world of turmoil. Because of these deaths, Miss Emily Grierson becomes isolated, sick, and defiant. During the…

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Economic Difference: New World Colonies

The economic system of the New England colonies depended mainly on the cultivation of tobacco, a market that was successful, until the land it was occupied was drained from overuse, requiring the spread of more colonial developments. Though the primary reason for why New England colonies were developed streamed from the objective of escaping religious persecution, the colonists of these…

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Impressionable

Impressionable The Circle, a children’s book I wrote, is about a young student who is different from everyone else in their school. The main character is a circle shape that goes to an elementary school where all the other students are square shaped. The circle gets bullied and excluded for being unlike the other students. The circle eventually speaks up…

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the importance of reading to children

Do your children have good grades at school? Do they feel comfortable with their learning? I think that you should ask these and more questions to yourself about your child’s learning. Every single parent should help their children with their reading. It is beneficial to read to children to prepare them to be successful in school, to develop interest in…

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Time to Travel

Traveling. Every day, people travel, either to school, work, or maybe even another state. In 1954 the Vietnam war started. The rise of Ho Chi Minh and his Viet Minh party was the main cause of the war. “More than 3 million people (including 58,000 Americans) were killed in the Vietnam War; more than half were Vietnamese civilians” (History.com Staff).…

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Gatsby Narrative

It was five years ago this autumn. I remember it all too well. She was the light that shone through the sharp darkness that once again resides inside of my hollow body. She seemed delicate then, so easy to lose. But I never thought I actually would until recent times. I recall vividly the sweet scent of her perfume. It…

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Destructive Tsunamis

When i first watched the movie “the impossible” and saw all the damage a Tsunami cause i was really scared to experience something like that. This movie made me realize tsunamis are the worst natural disaster because they cause so much violent destruction. Tsunamis are caused by an Earthquake. An earthquake happen it pushes water up then down and it…

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Bearing (H)arms

When the creation of the United States was in motion, a constitution was formed. A major part included in this constitution was the 2nd amendment, a section containing the right entitling citizens of the new country to keep and to bear arms. This amendment creates great controversy in modern times, different branches of government across the nation constantly debate on…

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Reckless by Nature

“Her face was sad and lovely with bright things in it, bright eyes and a bright passionate mouth—but there was an excitement in her voice that men who had cared for her found difficult to forget” (Fitzgerald 14). In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Daisy Buchanan is first introduced as Nick Caraway’s twice removed cousin, the wife of…

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Genghis Khan: Universal Ruler

There were many well-known rulers, such as Julius Caesar or Tutankhamun. And even if they may have been great, or good, there is definitely one emperor who deserves to be noticed. His name is Genghis Khan, and as a ruler, he never faltered in his step and grew to conquer the world as he knew it. Genghis Khan took a…

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My favourite person

My mother is the most confusing, weird, insane, and strangest person i know; she is also the most beautiful, caring, loving, and strongest figure in my life. She loves learning, and has been supportive in my diseases. She has taught me so many things about a natural lifestyles that I keep in mind day to day. I have many inspirational…

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Maya Angelou: Good Writer

While discussing Shakespeare with a friend the other day I found myself offended when he told me that his opinion of the playwright hardly exceeded an “eh”. After digging a little deeper, I discovered that he was simply not as impressed with the limited selection of Shakespeare that he has read thus far to propel his interest. And I –…

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Laissez faire? Not quite

Times are rough for the lower and middle class since the economic crash in 2008. There is an increasing gap between the rich and the poor and the big controversy today is whether we should be regulating the economy or whether we should be promoting economic freedom. Paul Noob, the chairperson of Social Studies at Little High School said, “A…

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Is there poetry in a piece of land?

November 9, 2010. I walked into the woods, focused on keeping a sharp eye for that particular spot in which I would spend an hour and thirty minutes, doing nothing but sitting, waiting patiently for inspiration to arrive, and gazing at the nature around me. As a frequent runner in the woods, it felt monotonous, almost “ordinary” to walk through…

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A Rose For Emily Character Trait/analisis essay

William Faulkner describes the main character Miss Emily Grierson with many negative traits and quite a few dark and twisted traits too. Miss Emily Grierson is a conservative woman who has many surprises in store for the southern town of Jefferson. She is miserable, and mentally unstable, but she does have a positive trait of being stern. Miss Emily Grierson…

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Utopian Societies and Reform Movements in Mid 1800s

From ancient history to modern times, books have been written chronicling1` so called ‘perfect societies.’ These include Plato’s The Republic, as well as Lois Lowry’s The Giver, in which a society is placed under incredibly harsh constraints in order to achieve what is believed to be a perfect society. However, the harshness of Plato’s instructions as to how to run…

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Wild Green or Plants with Chemicals?

When people see wild greens around and their babies trying to eat it, usually the parents scream and tell the babies to stop eating those wild greens since nobody knows if they’re actually edible or not. However, what most people don’t really know is that many wild greens are edible, and could be even far better than the greens the…

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Restoration Colonies Vs. New England

#8 Discuss the differences in the ways in which the Restoration colonies were settled and the way New England colonies began. The English- American colonies of the 16th century commenced with the first initial journeys to the New World, that have led to a series of migrations, for the same reasons as today, to pursue economic opportunities, employment, and the…

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Traumatic Experiences and Quality of Life

Traumatic Experiences and Quality of Life For most people quality of life is good, maybe great, and different experiences can greatly affect one’s quality of life. Everybody makes changes to their life for example getting a new job or getting fired from one. Changes like these can dramatically alter one’s way of life. Despite this, traumatic experiences usually have the…

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Redwoods

Did you know that redwoods are the world’s “tallest of trees” (Szalay,par.7)? There is great deal of information you can learn about these giants. For example, did you realize that they only grow on the west coast (par.7)? Or that there are many different species of animals and plants that make their home in and around them ( “davidlnelson”,sec.1)? There…

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I Spy Freedom: The Unsung Heroes of the Revolutionary War

After years of virtual representation in Parliament, unfair taxation, and repressive laws such as the Quartering Act, war finally broke out. In 1776, the thirteen colonies declared their independence against England, the most powerful empire in the world and the King, who dared not see his precious colonies leave his complete control. General George Washington of Mount Vernon, Virginia, was…

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overcoming a broken arm

“Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it. Helen was two with meningitis when she became deaf and blind,but the way she overcame it is amazing,” challenged by Helen Keller(Keller). I was nine when i broke my arm on a dirt bike, even though they are different there overcomings are the same.…

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Essay

Change is an occurrence of something that makes something become different to what it was before. Change can be embraced or it can be feared based on how the people and the environment affected perceive it. Change is perceived by the way the people and the environment is affected. Change can be helpful, it can be life changing, and it…

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Copland's Lincoln Portrait

Lincoln Portrait, an orchestral work written by Aaron Copland, has influenced me. I first encountered this piece during orchestra. I hadn’t heard of it, and was curious about the context of the song. After orchestra, I decided to look into its history. I discovered that after the Pearl Harbor attack, Andre Kostelanetz, a composer, wrote to Copland and other composers…

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The Climb

The Climb As I sit atop this tree, I feel a sense of nostalgia. I have always thought better when I am up in the air, it’s just the nature of me. Up here I can see all around. The land in front of me slowly becomes weeds, then water. The life of summer has been sucked out of the…

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Feminist Criticism: The Yellow Wallpaper

The Feminist Movement of the early 20th century brought about ideas that were not easily accepted, difficult to comprehend, and subject to misinterpretation. One such story, The Yellow Wallpaper was written in 1899 by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and pertains to the latter. The prose was written in a journal-style format to convey private and honest ideas of what some people…

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