2000 - 2500 essays

Origanum Vulgare

Introduction Origanum vulgare is commonly called as Oregano is an aromatic herbaceous perennial shrub grown in dry grassland, road verges, and quarries. It is natively grown in Western and Southwestern Eurasia, and in the Mediterranean regions. The fresh and dried leaves as well as oregano...

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Portfolio Management Measuring Techniques

The instability of the global economy, fierce global competition, and rapid technological changes has heightened the importance of marketing measurement and analytics. A firm’s ability to utilize the right metrics and take action on the collected insights is a challenge according to Michael...

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The Impact Of Social Media On The Modern World

Introduction During the past decade, online social networking has caused profound changes in the way people communicate and interact. (Igor Pantic, 2014) We all tend to compare ourselves to others from time to time, but today, as many people tend to live part of their lives on social networking...

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To Sleep Or Not To Sleep

“Sleep is for the weak”, a phrase often heard in today\'s tech world and on any teenager’s chat groups. We find it cool pulling all-nighters and roaming around with dark circles shadowing under our eyes. Oftentimes, whilst binge-watching our favourite web series, studying for...

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Excessive Intake Of Protein, Fats And Carbohydrate In Diet; Their Impacts On Health

INTRODUCTION The biggest problem with your body transformation goals start from diet goals of nutrition and yes,the exercise is also extremely important but without diet they goes wrong.In nutrition,there are protein,carbohydrate,fats,vitamin and so on.Dieting is the practise of food in a...

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Palliative Care

Quality is doing things with standards and palliative care means improving the care of patients who are dying. So overall, Quality palliative care to me is to take care of patients in their preference with standards and to ensure they have a comfortable stay. I chose advance care planning as my...

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Phishing Detection And Defence

Abstract—This surveys the literature on the detection and defence of phishing. The attack target vulnerabilities that exist in the system due to human factor . The phishing is the frequent technique  that is used over the internet to device user with the goal of extracting their...

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Method Development And Validation Of Simultaneous Estimation Of Azithromycin And Dexamethasone In Eye Drops By RP-HPLC

ABSTRACT:  A simple, reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) method was developed for the simultaneous estimation of Azithromycin and Dexamethasone in their combination formulation. The method was developed by using GRACE ODS C18, 250 x 4.6 mm, 5 µm , L1 packing...

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Poison in Water

Rapid industrial enterprise is the hallmark of the recent on-going economic liberalization within the world (Albanese and Cicchella, 2012; Filippelli, et al., 2012). Within the technology-driven urbanized world, unethical practices of environmental deposition culminate in varied varieties of...

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Experimental Photoreduction

1. Introduction Many of the recent studies on catalysis for green and sustainable fuel production have been focused on CO₂ photoreduction for production of renewable Fuel [1, 2]. CO₂ photoreduction reaction has two simultaneous advantages: it reduces the pollutant gas CO₂ and provides a new source...

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Sexism in Jane Eyre

The social system of the Victorian era was one that was heavily influenced by the patriarchal right of men. This social construct favored men while forcing women into submission. Sigmund Freud, in his essay entitled “The Relation of the Poet to Day-Dreaming,” articulated that women...

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Incidents During The Life Of A Slave Girl

What was life like for slaves prior to the beginning of the Civil War? Use examples from Harriet’s narrative or information you gained from other sources to describe the institution of slavery.  Most slaves went through violent whippings and severe deprivation inflicted on them by their...

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Scrooge's Change in A Christmas Carol Essay

Dickens combines a description of hardships faced by the poor with a heart-rending sentimental celebration of the Christmas season. The novel contains dramatic and comic element as well as a deep felt moral theme. In the beginning of the novel Ebenezer Scrooge is portrayed as a hardhearted and...

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The Opposing Forces of Wuthering Heights

Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights can be seen as one of the most influential works of fiction produced during the Victorian age. In Brontë’s novel, the reader will encounter many oppositions across several elements of the story. These oppositions play a vital role in the...

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The Hero Of Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe

What is a hero? From Batman to Wonder Woman; from Mother Theresa to Ghandi; from Malala Yousafzai to Nick Vujicic; even the protagonist of Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo, is portrayed by Chinua Achebe as a hero in his own right. For centuries and across many civilisations, we have revered people dead...

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Common Sense Essay

Many Americans today have a meager common memory of the American Revolution and Thomas Paine’s contribution to the success of American Independence. Most Americans believe that almost all colonists in the 18th century were committed to seeking freedom from British Rule, but that is far from...

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Chapter 1-10: Poverty: Poverty is defined as the deprivation of food, shelter, money and clothing that occurs when people cannot satisfy their basic needs. It means insecurity, powerlessness and exclusion of individuals, households and communities. It means vulnerability to violence, and it often...

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Farewell to Manzanar Essay

In the true story 'Farewell to Manzanar' we learn of a young girl's life as she grows up during World War II in a Japanese internment camp. Along with her family and ten thousand other Japanese; we see how, as a child, these conditions forced to shape and mold her life. This book does...

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The Flawed Character of Emma Woodhouse in Jane Austen's Emma

In Emma Woodhouse, Jane Austen has created a wonderfully flawed heroine. Had Emma been perfect, her situation would have been of no interest to anyone; her flaws are what interest both reader and critic. Peter W. Graham is interested particularly with the first page of the novel where Emma is...

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Religion in The Merchant of Venice Essay

Religion was a major factor in a number of Shakespeare’s plays. Religion motivated action and reasoning. In Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice,” religion was more than a belief in a higher being; it reflected moral standards and ways of living. In the “Merchant of...

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Analysis Essay Of The Book ' The Book Thief '

Imagery: “First the colors. Then the humans. That’s usually how I see things. Or at least, how I try.” (1) Describe: The first passage of “The Book Thief,” already leaves the reader questioning what on Earth these words could mean; however, the answer to this question...

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Why does John Proctor Choose to Die

John Proctor was a husband, a farmer and village commoner. All of this was represented by his name. The name of John proctor could be considered his most prized possession. It was his most priceless asset. This is understandable because reputation was tremendously important in Salem, where public...

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The Crucible English Literature Essay

The tragic events that unfold in ‘The Crucible’ are to an extent caused by Abigail’s sexual desire however she is not the only one to blame. ‘The Crucible’ is about the Salem Witch Trials which took place in 17th century Massachusetts where 19 innocent people were...

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Evolution Of John Proctor In The Crucible

Evolution of John Proctor in The Crucible. John Proctor is the protagonist of the novel The Crucible by Arthur Miller. Throughout the play, he is at the heart of the plot, the protagonist of the story. In fact, Proctor is involved in the Salem Witch trial in which his wife is accused of being a...

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Catch-22 Thematic Essay

In life, we may all at times experience our own version of a catch-22; a frustrating situation in which one is trapped by contradictory regulations or conditions. (Dictionary. com). Our desired outcome of the situation appears unattainable due to the ridiculous rules we are to abide by. In the...

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A Separate Peace - Denial of Truth

The novel A Separate Peace focuses mainly around a 17 year old named Gene Forrester and his psychological development. The story is set in a boys boarding school in USA during World War II. There are four main boys in the novel and they all undergo major character changes through the story. One of...

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Atlas Shrugged Character Description

Dagny Taggart The novel's protagonist and a buisness woman and engineer who is the backbone of Taggart Transcontinental. As James Taggart's little sister, she is often belittled but gains respect and she hurdles all obstacles that come to face her family's company which includes taking...

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Far From the Madding Crowd

Far From the Madding Crowd narrates the story of the love of three men, Gabriel Oak, Farmer Boldwood and Sergeant Troy, for the same woman Bathsheba Everdene. Bathsheba Everdene has vast dominance over two men in particular, Farmer Oak and Farmer Boldwood. Bathsheba entails several schemes in...

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Flowers for Algernon Book Report

Flowers for Algernon is a novel written by Daniel Keyes and first published in 1966. It was originally a short story and, in the year 2000, was adapted into a film of the same name. There are no direct references to the time period in which the story takes place, but it’s safe to assume that...

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For Whom the Bell Tolls: Pilar Character Analysis

Ernest Hemingway’s novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls, is a story about Robert Jordan, an American professor, who travels to Spain to fight with the Spanish guerrillas. Jordan’s western prejudices against gypsies and his romantic ideals are transformed by the guerillas he meets especially...

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Farewell to Arms: Religion

For hundreds of years, writers have used religion as a principle issue and point of discussion in their novels. Hawthorne expressed his views in The Scarlet Letter, Garcia Marquez did the same in One Hundred Years of Solitude and in other writings, and even Ernest Hemingway used his writing to...

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Go Tell It On The Mountain Essay

Go Tell it on the Mountain is a novel about the lives of a black family in New York, 1935. Written by the dynamic James Baldwin in 1953, the novel reflects the lives of African Americans in the first half of the twentieth century, coupled with the role the of the Christian Church. Baldwin’s...

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Transformations of Emil Sinclair in Herman Hesse’s Demian

Herman Hesse’s Demian is a novel about search for meaning and transformation. Emil Sinclair, the protagonist of the novel, goes through multiple internal and external transformations, which change his personality and vision of reality. The novel has two modes of narration. External events...

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All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

The famous novel and a movie entitled, “All Quiet on the Western Front” was written by Erich Maria Remarque with the inspiration and embedded storyline environment from World War I. The film brought by Remarque is a perfect demonstration of anti-war campaign from the World War I...

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All the Pretty Horses - a Comparative Study

Horses and cowboys have, in many ways, changed the history of the West. “Horses are inextricably linked to the mythic cowboy within the national symbolic. More so even than the cow or the gun, the horse defines the cowboy’s status as sacred, special, and uniquely American&rdquo...

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Divorce in Hard Times

The sexual codes of the Protestant monogamous marriage were the touchstones of Victorian morality. An unshakable faith in the social convention and legal institution of marriage as a source of morality, informs a wide spectrum of discursive articulations in nineteenth century Britain. Sexual...

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Symbolism Used in James Joyce's Dubliners

Symbolism is a powerful tool used by people every day to force people to look past the obvious and find the deeper meaning. Symbolism is used by authors, musicians, priests, and many others. James Joyce, a well-known Irish author, uses symbolism repeatedly throughout his collection of short...

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Frankenstein vs Hamlet

“THE DEAD AMONGST THE LIVING” IN HAMLET AND FRANKENSTEIN William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet and Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein are challenging literary works that both have the same theme about the dead amongst the living. Both protagonists Hamlet and Victor Frankenstein...

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Lord of the Flies - The Allegory of Life

William Golding’s Lord of the Flies repeatedly contrasts with the morality-driven views of the controversial philosopher Frederick Nietzsche. Golding’s allegorical novel tells the story of a group of young boys who remain stranded on an island and left to their own instincts. Golding...

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King Lear vs Hamlet

Q: How does Shakespeare uses Imagery to show the development of theme and characters in King Lear and Hamlet? Ans: Shakespeare who was popular for his tragedies created two masterpieces which were quite different in plots but carried almost the same themes. They were two popular plays which...

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Frankenstein Analysis & Essay

I. The pursuit of knowledge is at the heart of Frankenstein. In the letters at the beginning of the novel, Robert Walton had been writing to his sister of how he longs to travel the seas and attempts to surpass previous human explorations by endeavoring to reach the North Pole. Due to his pursuit...

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Research Paper On The Outsiders By S.E. Hinton

Thesis: The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton, a novel which tells the story of conflict between the 'greasers' and the 'Socs,' captures the voice of ponyboy and his friends in a realistic way that relates to boys and their gangs even today. This story has a lot of issues that are going to...

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Symbolism in Fahrenheit 451

Thesis Statement Ray Bradbury in Fahrenheit 451 uses forceful figurative language and imagery through suggestive symbols which depict and cover the main themes of the novel. Introduction In Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, Montag's escape through the river symbolizes his salvation, along...

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Compare Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451 on utopias

Brave New World and Fahrenheit 451 are two novels, both set in the future, which have numerous similarities throughout them. Of all their common factors, those that stand out most would have to be: first, the outlawed reading of books; second, the superficial preservation of beauty and happiness...

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Life of Pi vs The Odyssey Comparative Essay

Two Extraordinary Journeys Life standed on the sea is very grueling and risky. Only a few are able to face the challenging tasks of such a situation using their wits and persistence. In the book Life Of Pi and the film The Odyssey, the journeys of the main characters are surprisingly parallel...

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Love in Romeo and Juliet

Essay topic: how love is treated in one of the plays (Romeo and Juliet) - Not sure if maybe the order of characters should be changed around ? - Ex putting room and Juliet’s part first. William Shakespeare has written many brilliant pays over his literary career. One of his most famous love...

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The Great Gatsby Context Essay

Its originality and encouraged future submissions Commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant In the Infantry and assigned to Camp Sheridan In Alabama where he met, at a country club, and fell In love with Zelda Assayer (OFFS was never deployed) Zelda Assayer: daughter of an Alabama Supreme Court Justice and...

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Anthem and Farenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 and Anthem Comparison Essay When a person is entrapped within a society that dictates their behaviour, thoughts, and opinions they are unable to grasp the realization of their societies corrupt nature. However, there is always the odd individual who willing and capable of uncovering...

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Anthem and Girl in Hyacinth Blue

Ego, a sense of self, is a conflict that all characters must face in many different genres and literatures. Many people have their own definition of what ego means, however, www. dictionary. com defines ego as the “I or self of any person; a person as thinking, feeling, or willing, and...

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Compare and contrast Brave New World and 1984

George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World are commonly classed together as distopian novels. The tenor of them are however markedly different, leading many commentators to find differences in their themes too. Some are even bold enough to suggest that Huxley’s vision of the future...

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