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Become a customer of coolessay. Toll-free for US and Canada:. Paper format words per page! Double spacing single spaced order is available We do not keep a database of the papers! Bedside Story" by Mitsuye Yamada, a father relates an "old Japanese legend" to his young daughter 2. The legend involves an old woman who seeks shelter in "many small villages," looking for a place to stay for the night 6. In response to her petitions, "each door opened Finally, after an evening of rejections the old woman climbs a hill and lays down to rest.
When she reaches the top the full moon peeks out from behind a cloud and the old woman is overcome with gratitude. She calls out "in supplication" and in immense gratitude for having been refused a place to stay Were it not for the villagers' refusing her a bed, she might never have beheld the natural beauty of the full moon.
When the father recounts this tale to his daughter in modern-day Seattle, the meaning of the story falls…… [Read More]. Death of a Salesman as a Tragedy as Defined by Aristotle. Specifically, it discusses the definition of tragedy by Aristotle, and research if it is correct to label the play as a tragedy.
Death of a Salesman is indeed a tragedy of epic proportions. The drama is tragic not only because of Willy Loman's suicide, but because he has left his family with nothing, and his sons with no hopes and abilities of their own.
Pranksters and Intersubjectivity the Concept of Intersubjectivity. The hammer that struck the Beat poets, of course, was LSD -- better known as acid -- an integral and legal ingredient in the search for intersubjectivity.
Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test is a chronicle of the Pranksters' attempt at intersubjective transcendence -- the melding of all minds into one, through drug-induced states.
Wolfe's narrative style is an attempt to put into words the exact experience of the Pranksters' intersubjectivity -- yet, Wolfe, himself a master stylist and satirist, uses the narrative not only to chronicle but also to expose the absurdity at the core of the "transcendent" effort of this…… [Read More]. Katherine Porter's The Grave Many. In a sense, Paul buried it when he buried the rabbit. She will look back at that place and see it as a time when things shifted in her world.
Miranda lost the tomboy little girl and exchanged her for a girl facing all the pains and pitfalls of adulthood. Again, it is impossible to find blame in this tale.
Miranda wanted to see the bunnies as much as Paul wanted to kill the rabbit. Perhaps Porter dismissed the memory because in real life, her bother was punished. In reality, he could not have stopped her from looking. The bright light shining behind his year-old face is a symbol of redemption. As an adult, Porter can see why she told on her brother and she can also see how the event could not have played out any other way.
The symbols in this story help us see these truths. Umbrella Analysis a Subjective Analysis. The umbrella is a symbol of protection. It begins in the boy's hands and ends in the girl's.
At first he is reluctant to share it with her, though he wants to -- his shyness does not allow him to be so bold. She simply wants to share in the holding of the umbrella with him -- because it is his and he is holding it. By the end of the story, she is holding the umbrella, and she cannot bring herself to return it. Her taking it suggests to the boy that now they are united -- she can share in the protection the umbrella affords against the weather. In this sense, the umbrella becomes a symbol of marriage -- which is a kind of institution that offers protection to two people against the inclemency of time and space.
Her nature causes her to want to be close to…… [Read More]. Diversity Education Fostering and Serving. Perhaps the clearest and most direct way to make the reading and general learning experience more personally relevant, however, is to include an analysis of text-to-self-connections in reading lesson plans and tasks. Not only does this lead explicitly to every individual developing their own context for reading a given text, making them consciously aware of the different perspectives that exist in literature and in the wider world, but a lack of ability to connect to specific texts can bring to light subtle yet profound injustices that might exist in he material chosen in many standard curricula Boyer In this way, adjustments can be made in the curriculum and one-on-one discussions or even classroom discussions can help individual learners connect with texts even through the disparity in culture, class, or age that they might perceive between themselves and the text.
That is, the aspect of this separation can itself be…… [Read More]. Albert Hofmann and the Discovery. To that end, throughout the course of his life "he remained convinced that the drug had the potential to counter the psychological problems induced by 'materialism, alienation from nature through industrialisation and increasing urbanisation, lack of satisfaction in professional employment in a mechanised, lifeless working world, ennui and purposelessness in wealthy, saturated society, and lack of a religious, nurturing, and meaningful philosophical foundation of life'.
It was through what was for Hofmann an unwanted combination of premature commercialization and the proliferation which this allowed into the underground market that would cause LSD to earn its dubious reputation and its relationship to recreational rather than psychiatric users. Accordingly, Sandoz would immediately jump on the opportunity to…… [Read More].
Good Man Is Hard to Find for. Upon reading this story, I immediately questioned the grandmother's role in the story, and especially whether or not the story portrayed her in a positive or negative light, because although at points in the story she appears positive in contrast to the other characters, she is ultimately shown to be reactive, shortsighted, and altogether incapable of protecting either her family or herself.
Light in Christian Worship Candlelight. It is not intended for the contemplation of the reserved sacrament.
Under this new principle, Roman Catholic tabernacles are now set in separate chapels or other more appropriate places ELCA. Doing so will give the erroneous belief that God is present only because of the light or that He is absent if the light is off. Lutheran theology affirms the real presence of Christ in the sacrament and the maintenance of the elements for the sick and the homebound.
Some Lutheran congregations keep a clear encased light near the elements to honor or indicate the area where these elements are kept but not to worship them ELCA. This light represents…… [Read More]. English High School Senior. The author uses many techniques to indicate his surroundings, his attitudes, his maturity and his development. From styles of writing reminiscent of his infancy to youthful diatribes on the validity of the priesthood, Joyce takes us through his youth and his changing mindset.
Furthermore, this intricate novel can be read from many different perspectives simultaneously. These perspectives include religious rebellion, sexual confusion, artistic freedom, political conviction, and family influence. It is a maze of vivid images and lucid dreams that define and describe Joyce's early years.
It is my opinion that his water imagery most effectively expresses the complexity of Joyce's youthful composition One of the most intense water images was the first one. The water is dark and dirty and cold. Another student, Welles, whose name is suggestive of water, throws…… [Read More]. Danielle Allen Talking to Strangers. What is interesting to be noticed is that even in the beginning of the book, when presenting the racial segregation at the high school in Little ock, Allen does not turn to religion to explain or condemn the practice, but to the social principles of the Greek philosopher Morris, Some of these principles promoted by Aristotle and used by Danielle Allen could be succinctly presented as follows: Quality of Life an Analysis of a.
In the past few decades alone such inventions as cellular phones and the Internet have drastically altered many lives. Globalization is indeed, global, and with it, everything changes. Because of these facets, and sometimes perhaps in spite of them, humanity's definition of a good life, or a life well lived changes constantly as well.
Today, one's ability to simply connect to the Internet opens, literally, a world of possibility. For many, such a simple connection represents an ideal life. Yet there are still others who believe in wealth and power as the primary definitions of a good life, which are more classical ideals. There are a number of pieces that also elucidate these ideas, and portray this wish of a good, beautiful, easy and satisfying life at various times in history,…… [Read More]. Media Representations of Marriage Coaching Marriage Counseling Media Representations of Marriage Counseling The protagonists of the film are three married couples who are all friends and attend church together.
Each couple experiences tension and discontent with their marriages. While attending a church service one Sunday, the pastor introduces another couple that invites couples in trouble to a marriage retreat in the mountains. When they arrive in the mountains, what the couples think will happen and what they actually experience are vastly different. Through various activities, therapies, and accidents, the couples come to rediscover what they love about each other, ways to strengthen their marriage, as well as ways to improve themselves as individuals.
The retreat weekend is an…… [Read More]. Women in War and Violence. Women in War and Violence Women War and Violence The purpose of this paper is to analyze the theory of being and becoming, and to discuss how this theory relates to war and violence in Virginia Woolf's portrayal of female characters in her novels. Being and becoming relates the theories of existence, and how one becomes and matures as an entity in society.
It is evident throughout Woolf's lifetime that her character's evolve from simple creatures consumed with thoughts of darkness and death, that through a myriad of experiences with power, control, and pain they are able to transform their lives from simple existence into complex portrayals of beauty and lives that reflect the art of becoming human beings consumed with the beauty of all life has to offer.
Analysis To understand being and becoming, and how this relationship exists with regard to war and violence, and further with Woolf…… [Read More]. Redefining the Role of Alcohol and Drinking. Redefining the Role of Alcohol and Drinking in Life The common perception is that consuming alcohol in social settings is a prerequisite for enjoying a social event and being supportive of its organizers.
This is especially the case in colleges and university parties, where alcohol consumption is often seen and promoted as a perquisite for social approval Turrisi, Mallett, Mastroleo, Larimer, It's not surprising to see the expectation of the more one drinks, the greater the level of social acceptance and approval.
In observing this dynamic, it is clear that the more socially insecure a person is, the more they are willing to drink heavily to the point of nearly passing out to gain social acceptance Rose, Smith, Segrist, Analysis of Cause and Effect of…… [Read More].
Protestant and Roman Catholic Styles of Piety. Piety Although Catholics and Protestants share a fundamental belief system, their theologies as well as their forms of worship differ greatly.
Roman Catholic piety is generally expressed through the intermediary bodies of the Church, its hierarchy, and the various sacraments. Moreover, Catholic prayers are directed to intercessors such as the saints or the Virgin Mary.
On the contrary, Protestants generally ascribe to an individualistic piety, one that is removed or independent from a church body. One's relationship to God or Jesus Christ is developed without the aid of teachers other than the "word of God" as it is expressed in the Bible. Although there are a multitude of different Protestant sects, they generally agree on a few basic tenets that set these denominations apart from the Roman Catholic Church.
One of these tenets is the belief in a "universal priesthood" in which all Christians have the potential to approach theological…… [Read More]. Mento Memento and Narrative Closure On first glance, it is difficult to apply the adjective of "satisfying" on a level of expectations or of 'questions' to the filmic narrative of "Memento.
It is structurally in violation of the supposed commandments of filmmaking. At the beginning the reader is introduced to 'Teddy' and 'Lenny,' the latter of whom has no short-term memory, and lives in a quest to avenge his murdered wife.
At the end of the film, he is still on his quest -- but only after killing Teddy because Teddy has revealed the uncomfortable truth that in fact it was Lenny who killed his wife, in anger after she transgressed because of her frustration with dealing with Lenny's mental incapacity.
The film evolves in a lurching back and forth fashion, mainly through flashbacks, but anchored by scenes of Teddy and Lenny,…… [Read More]. Khirbet Khizeh by S Yizhar I. Khirbet Khizeh by S. Yizhar, in particular the 28 Ibis edition, concludes with intended irony.
What was intended through this was that no longer would there be events like the one that happened in Khirbet. However because Khirbet Khizeh is not an actual region or historical event, the irony lies in the fact that this fictitious event could never be replicated because it never truly happened. Shulman then creates a confusion of reality and fiction through his unintentionally ironic message. In essence the novel is an example of political critique and literature.
Intercultural Communication Leadership 1 The advice was basically correct. There are a couple of issues hampered the team that relate to leadership. First, there is only so much Porter can do as a minor league manager with respect to the talent on the field, but he must recognize that talent has a leadership dynamic to it. He needs to ensure that there are strong leaders in the locker room who are among the players expected to be there for the entire season — the ability to maintain leadership in the room even when the on-field leaders move onwards is important.
Losing talent does not have to mean losing leadership. As for himself, it is clear that the laissez-faire leadership style was ineffective. That style of leadership works best when the people on the team are already strong leaders, and clearly the call-ups eroded the leadership group on the team.
Sonicare the Idea Behind the. That is, though Giuliani received an insight from a simple and unplanned observation, he would not have had this insight is he had not spent a great deal of his time concerned with precisely the problem that this insight addressed.
Giuliani and the two other business partners had been trying fruitlessly to develop a working prototype of their sonic toothbrush, and though this work was all scrapped in favor of the new design, the work was not wasted. Rather, it was necessary in order to provide the context and the circumstances for Giuliani's sudden insight. Giuliani's funding solution…… [Read More].
International Ethics Critical Assessment of. Again this cannot be turned on or off in a founder, CEO or President of a company, it has to be engrained over years of commitment to the ideals. The biography of Marc Benioff for example and his messianic crusades in oracle under founder and CEO Larry Ellison to start Oracle Charitable Trust and other organization is a case in point.
International entrepreneurs would do well to study Mr. Benioff because he has found an approach that capitalizes on his passion for social responsibility globally with the ability to expand into new markets using a highly…… [Read More].
Power of Preconceived Notions in. From children to adults, we see how their world is colored by preconceived notions. Kenneth Norton," we realize she has "arrived.
She is correct in her assumption when Roberta confesses that she has two servants. Roberta has no interest in what her husband does as all she knows about his work is that it involves "Computers and stuff. You know how everything was. This statement causes Twyla to admit that she did not know what Roberta was speaking about but it also demonstrates how children are instilled with preconceived notions.
The girls were not aware of the reasons behind their behavior. Socialist Zionist Beliefs Colin Shindler. There is much to the assertion by Nachman Syrkin that the Jews have persisted in history because the performed a socio-economic function that other peoples did not want to do or could not do.
Regarding this, Syrkin argued that a classless society and national sovereignty were the only means of solving the Jewish question completely. He felt that this social revolution would be the key to the normalization of the Jewish condition. Since the bourgeoisie betrayed the principles of liberalism, then Jews must be the torchbearers of Socialism.
Improving Diversity in the Leadership. As the company's Web site points out, "We recognize our continued success depends on our ability to attract, develop and retain a highly competent workforce and on the creative, effective and productive use of human resources. Therefore, Continental is committed to a work environment that provides equal employment opportunity" Diversity and inclusion, , para. The company's stated diversity policy is as follows: Continental affords equal opportunity for employment to all qualified individuals, regardless of age, citizenship, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or veteran status.
Continental makes all personnel decisions, such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, returns from layoff, opportunities for company-sponsored training, education, and other programs without regard to age, citizenship, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or veteran status. As part of its continued commitment to equal employment opportunity, Continental…… [Read More].
Carver a Different Kind of. For instance, in the wife's poem, "she talked about what she had felt at the time, about what went through her mind when the blind man touched her nose and lips. Finally, the narrator achieves his epiphany via the sense of touch directly at the end of the story when Robert guides his hand towards a new level of insight. The narrator is literally and figuratively touched. Finally, the literary elements converge to create irony.
After all, the blind man possesses greater insight into the human condition than a sighted man. The blind man intuitively knows that the television is color instead of black and white -- not because he can see it with his eyes but because of what he senses from being around his hosts.
The narrator's prejudices about the world are formed in…… [Read More]. Red -Violet Book the Imaginal. The boy just stood there staring at the pile of clothes and cat food and bows.
I went over and asked him if I could do anything but he told me that he was used to it. I wasn't actually all that surprised by his answer. And so I ask myself: Which story of the family are these two telling themselves? Does the boy know that he is Horus and Apollo? Or does he know that he is Bluebeard in the making? And does the woman yearn to be Demeter? Or is she still aching to be Persephone?
Persephone is for Jung a symbol of completeness, for she encompasses opposites -- life and death, mother and daughter, even male and female. The whole eternal cycle of birth through to rebirth. I was there because --…… [Read More]. Prologue to This Book Caputo. His exorcism begins in the return to Vietnam and his final view of the doomed war. As he was first in, he is among the last out as the North Vietnamese take Saigon.
The postscript was published in and details some of the anxieties Caputo experienced while writing the memoir and the difficulties he had handling his fame and notoriety after its publication.
The author on his experiences that, "My mind shot back a decade, to that day we had marched into Vietnam, swaggering, confident, and full of idealism. But somehow our idealism was lost, our morals corrupted, and the purpose forgotten ibid.
The moral conflict plays through the entire book. The personal choice for him was…… [Read More]. Homeward Bound and Coming of. Did she on some subconscious level realize this irony and dichotomy? She does not deal with it in her book, but on some Freudian level it is certainly possible that she did. To recap, both of the authors Elaine Tyler May and Ann Moody see the institution of the family as something that was a mixture of limiting and liberating influences both for men and women during the s, s, and early s, but much less so in the case of Moody's book for blacks.
Even the experience of the Civil Rights movement was bittersweet. These limitations were a mixture of good and bad, depending on a person's perspective.
As the May book points out, the families that were established by marriages in the s were especially stable. Moody's family experience was also essentially stable. Religion gave her some succor, but essentially the issues that plagued her due to racial…… [Read More]. Occupational Health and Safety Audit. At which point, the Howard government would begin to pass a series of amendments to the Workplace Relations Act of Work Choices.
This would change the relationship between employers and employees once more. Where, a number of new regulations were implemented to include: As far as occupational health and safety is concerned, this would change how employees would be defined…… [Read More].
Authors Who Write Alike and. While we are shown the fact that Sammy, ogles the girls and makes a queen of the leader. On one hand while he feels no pang in doing so he is disgusted by the butcher's lustful gaze. Saldivar, There is rebellion when the manager who is a puritan rebukes the girls. The only outrage that the manager, Lengel, seem to have done is to make the queen blush.
Thus Sammy quits his job against an authority that demeans people. The girls seem neither to have noticed the managers' consternation or admonition nor have they noticed Sammy standing up for them. Sammy gains nothing but loses his job in the bargain. Saldivar, There was parody of other works for which Updike is noted. Here in this story too, apart from Araby we find the parody of the classic Vanity Fair.
Parody of the Vanity Fair can be seen in…… [Read More]. Red Riding Hood and Little. The Perrault version ends swiftly and gruesomely with no chance of redemption, no moral being taught and no real purpose to the story other than to tell a frightening and entertaining story. The moment the wolf devours Little Red Riding Hood, that is the end. In the Grimm version however, the story continues to evolve long after the wolf swallows the girl.
A hunter actually comes along and cuts the wolf's stomach open, gets the grandmother and the little girl out, alive, then kills the wolf by filling his stomach with stones. This is far less sadistic for the humans, but far more sadistic for the wolf. In addition, the vicious wolf-killing doesn't stop there, but continues on after everyone is safe and happy again. The second killing occurs when…… [Read More]. Oppel Kenneth Silverwing New York. The title character is a foster girl living in Munich during the time of World War II, who lives largely by stealing, and begins adding books to her store of illicit goods and takings when she is taught to read by her foster father.
She and the cast of characters she shares her treasured books with find them a welcome escape from the fearful and hungry lives they lead. The slice of history that is presented in the book along with the fiction of the story itself makes this as much an educational novel as it is a coming of age story, and the plot touches on many other deeper and more universal themes, as well.
Narrated by Death, it is known that doom eventually comes to each of the characters, but the mechanisms by which this occurs and the poignancy of the tale maintains both suspense and enjoyment of…… [Read More]. Omnivore's Dilemma Michael Pollan Focuses. Corn as a sweetener -- yes indeed, ketchup and to cook French fries -- all without providing the basic nutritional needs and taking more from the environment that is given back pp.
Today, my epiphany began with a Sunday morning ritual -- a trip to Starbucks for a Caramel Breve and pastry, while working on the Sunday crossword puzzle. It occurred to me that this would be an interesting test of the Pollan theory; trace the ingredients for a simple breakfast. First, the coffee plant certainly benefits from human consumption because of the vast amounts now used for the megagiant roasters.
Second, Starbucks is one of those companies that puts the richest countries in contract with the poorest countries to mass produce the goods and services necessary. Education the Existence of the. While both gender and race are positionalities that are difficult to hide not that one should need or want to, anyway , sexual orientation is not necessarily something that is known about a person, and its affects on the learning process can be very different.
The very fact that sexual orientation can be hidden can create a situation where the learner closes off, hiding not only their sexuality but demurring away from other opportunities of expression and engagement as well.
Conversely, if an individual with an alternative sexuality was open about this fact, it could very well cause discomfort in other adult learners who have a marked generational bias against many alternative sexualities and lifestyles Cain.
Both situations could provide useful grounds for personal growth in self-acceptance and self-security, for the learner of a minority sexual orientation and for the other learners in the class, respectively Cain. Outsiders Main Characters a Review. He 'fought for Johnny,' and when Johnny dies, Dally, too, must die. And what he dies for is the absence of fairness in the world, for as all teenagers know, life is anything but fair. Again, though, where adults may guffaw at the sentimental silliness of Dally's way of death, Hinton makes it all quite credible -- even moving" p.
These events also serve as the basis for Ponyboy redeeming himself academically with his English teacher who cautions him that, "Pony, I'll give it to you straight. You're failing this class right now, but taking into consideration the circumstances, if you come up with a good semester theme, I'll pass you with a C.
After calling his English teacher…… [Read More]. Russell Answer the Following Questions. This is the basis for the entire story, or the "setup. Talk about the need for "concrete action" -- be sure to refer to internal and external actions. Without concrete action, there is no story -- just people thinking and talking, if that.
Concrete action provides compelling reasons for more action, and is the driving force behind the story and the story itself. In class, we've used a system of beats called plusses minuses. Explain plusses…… [Read More]. E-Banking Its History and Current. Third is a series of passwords and personal information chosen by the customer.
On top of this they guarantee customers that if they are victims of fraudulent activity on their Egg accounts, any losses are covered in full. Safety Net for" A recent trend that is a direct threat to banks is the development of e-money which takes the jurisdiction of stored financial value away from banks. The trend is growing as an alternative way in which to do online commerce transactions without utilizing bank systems including…… [Read More].
The Subject of Death to. A deep and horrifying malaise hangs over the images described here. To be sure, it seems that there is something more than just the changing of the seasons which affects the speaker and which afflicts his perspective so dramatically. The optimistic cycle where death had given way to life in the first stanza-a decidedly naturalist embrace of the wonder that is life-is now described as a threatening and mysterious force somewhat beyond the comprehension or experience of the young speaker.
The language becomes decidedly more aggressive and far bleaker, describing 'gross-bellied frogs,' with a 'slap and plop' like 'obscene threats. Pi Is Interwoven With the. Pi is, therefore, on the level of philosophical discourse because many other mathematical problems elucidated by the ancients have since been solved.
Initial pi explorations may have been prehistoric. Ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians later developed systems of writing and mathematics that enabled rigorous investigations into crucial problems.
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Epiphany essays Sometimes young people believe they are immortal. They believe that life is long and that nothing bad will happen to them. Teenagers think that, since they are full of life, death will never come for them and that they don't have to worry about anything because they are young.
Trending Topics. United States; An epiphany is a sudden manifestation or an intuitive grasp of reality through something usually simple and striking. Epiphany experiences are universal which everyone experiences. When someone has an epiphany experience it changes their life and the way they think. Essays Related to Epiphany Moment. 1 /5(3). Epiphany means a sudden manifestation or perception of the true nature or meaning of something. It can also be explained as a spontaneous grasp of reality through something mostly simple and striking.
Free epiphany papers, essays, and research papers. Epiphany as Seen in Incident and Salvation - Epiphany as Seen in Incident and Salvation Works Cited Missing For many people, ideas and thoughts change after experiencing something unexpectedly, and it forces them to except the truth, no matter how painful it might be. My Moment of Epiphany Type of paper: Essays Subject: Experience Words: Being an active and energetic person, I didn’t think that anything in the nearest future could influence me so greatly that I would totally reconsider my whole perception of the world.