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Subject: Environment
Pages: 2
Words: 525
Rating: 4,5

Loss of biodiversity and its correlation to society

Biodiversity is an important component for the progression of ecosystem services and is, therefore, an important part of the well-being of society and all humanity. The…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 1199
Rating: 4,7

Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World analysis

The book Brave New World by Aldous Huxley portrays a future where people are genetically modified so that they cannot face any normal feelings, such as…

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Subject: Philosophy
Pages: 4
Words: 1145
Rating: 4,7

What is the Universe?

When thinking philosophically, there are questions which occur in normality and have been a trend from the beginning of time. People majorly try to think about…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 1
Words: 281
Rating: 4,3

Myths definition essay

Myths can be defined as traditions that have been followed for generations in an attempt to make the things in the world more sensible. Myths are…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 1087
Rating: 4,8

Comparison of conflict development between Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man…

Introduction The works of Tim O’Brien in “The things they carried” and Flannery O’Connor in “A good man is hard to find” forms an important basis…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 3
Words: 653
Rating: 4,9

Emotional Connections to Objects in “The Things They Carried” and…

Emotional connections to objects In the two texts, the characters are both figurative and literal. From the onset of both texts, emotional connections are noted as…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 7
Words: 1997
Rating: 4,7

Analysis of Creon’s Character in Antigone and Oedipus the King

Sophocles displays two distinct dramatic characters of Creon in his two plays Antigone and Oedipus the King. In the first play dubbed, Oedipus the King, Creon…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 2
Words: 591
Rating: 4,5

William Faulkner’s and Edgar Alan Poe . Two Sides of…

William Faulkner’s and Edgar Alan Poe’s are worldwide famous for their short stories “Rose for Emily ” and “The Tell-Tale Heart ”. Even though they were…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 5
Words: 1319
Rating: 5,0

A Rose for Emily literary analysis

Abstract Remarkably, this story starts with the elaborate funeral of the main character, Miss Emily Grierson. For close to a decade, nobody has been to her…

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Subject: Famous Person
Pages: 4
Words: 1153
Rating: 4,7

Comparison between Alan Edgar Poe and Stephen King

Stephen King can easily be considered as an heir of Edgar Alan Poe. Alan Edgar Poe (1809-1849) was a successful pioneer of macabre tales. Poe is…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 2
Words: 541
Rating: 4,9

Symbolism within “The Raven”

Introduction Symbolism is a style applied in literature in which symbols are used to signify qualities and ideas. This occurs by giving these symbols some meanings…

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Subject: Famous Person
Pages: 5
Words: 1567
Rating: 4,6

Allan Poe’s gothic fiction short stories

The representation of gothic genre has remained the same since the introduction of the literature. This type of literature is about horror fiction with some episodes…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 1190
Rating: 4,9

Comparison between William Wilson and The Black Cat’s narrator

In Edgar Allan work-Poe’s story of the same name-the unnamed narrator proclaims that his legal name shall unceasingly remain to be a mystery simply because he…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 1109
Rating: 4,5

“Everyday Use” and “The Lottery”: a comparison essay

While the 20th century produced a significant amount of seminal short stories, Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use” and Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” are two that have maintained…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 3
Words: 816
Rating: 5,0

A literary analysis of the Story of an Hour

Should death bring sorrow or happiness? The Story of an Hour is a short piece written by Kate Chopin in 1894 and published in the late…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 7
Words: 2126
Rating: 4,9

Common theme between two stories

This research paper is interested in exploration and elaboration of the common theme between the two literary pieces including A Good Man is Hard to Find…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 1
Words: 301
Rating: 4,3

How the narrator in “The Yellow Wallpaper’s” description of the…

The first line of the poem, ‘The Yellow Wall Paper’ introduces both settings of the story and the narrator. From this introductory line, we know that…

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Subject: Psychology
Pages: 2
Words: 618
Rating: 4,5

Sam Keen’s view on Love

In the daily routines of man, love tends to be the strongest feeling. Many a times, the appreciation that comes with love rekindles the happiness of…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 879
Rating: 4,6

McCarthyism in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a dramatized and fictionalized story that explores inconsistencies in religions and social norms. Miller efficiently illustrates how blindly following religion can…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 3
Words: 616
Rating: 4,7

The theme of fate in Macbeth

Fate and the expression of free will are prominent issues throughout  “Macbeth,” an iconic play written by Shakespeare roughly 4 centuries ago. Fate and free will…

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