The Great Gatsby By Francis Scott Fitzgerald

The World Literary community knows many writers with a tragic fate, who left the writing stage too early without having been given a chance to realize their full potential. Talented masters of the words died of loneliness, alcoholism, constant feeling of desperation, indifference, and lack of understanding. Each case like this attracts more and more … Read more

Book Review Of Unresolved Issue

The name of the book I would like to write, share and review is unresolved issue. It is an interesting story. It is family and relationships and child abuse story. This book was publishing in 2010. The name of the author is Patrick L. Brooks. About the author Patrick L. Brooks was born and raised … Read more

Business For The Glory Of God Book Review

For this book review we will be focusing on Chapter 9, Borrowing and Lending. Wayne Grudem believes that borrowing and lending is a godly activity. There are places where borrowing and lending are ok, such as borrowing a book or tool. It would even be ok in certain circumstances to borrow money. However, Grudem states … Read more

Analysis Of Wuthering Heights Written By Emily Bronte

“The Wuthering Heights is one of the best novels in English literature and has been presented in many works of art. This remarkable novel was written by the writer Emily Bronte in 1847. The author wonderfully presented several characters that subjected to painful events through the events of the novel. This novel was marked by … Read more

The Analysis Of The Book "The Design Of Everyday Things" By Don Norman

Introduction This report is based upon the book The Design of Everyday Things; a revised and expanded edition, written by Don Norman. The report focuses on the key principles for each chapter. Author details Donald Arthur Norman, commonly known as Don Norman is regarded for his expertise in fields such as cognitive science, usability engineering, … Read more

"Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer

“Breaking Dawn” by Stephenie Meyer is fourth and final book of the Twilight series. In this book, Bella finally marries Edward and becomes a vampire. Unfortunately, for the Cullens, unforeseen complications take place when Bella becomes pregnant and the Volturi decide to visit the Cullens. Bella is happy to find out that Jacob, her best … Read more

Guns germs and steel

Guns, Germs, and Steel is a New York Times bestseller, written by Jared Diamond. The book was published in 1999 by W.W Norton and Company located in New York. Diamond shares his views and points in the first 376 pages then goes on with acknowledgments and an index until page 475. The book, Guns, Germs, … Read more

The Analysis Of The Articles "Mr. Trump’s Trade War" By Douglas A. Irwin & "The Four Fallacies About Trade Globalization"

This Analysis is based upon the articles “Mr. Trump’s Trade War” by Douglas A. Irwin, and “The Four Fallacies About Trade Globalization”. First, I will summarize “Mr. Trump’s Trade War” article and then, I will summarize “The Four Fallacies About Trade Globalization” in order to compare and contrast the two articles and then support them … Read more

Book Review: Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice

Mark J. Plotkin born May 21, 1955 is an ethnobotanist, a plant explorer in neotropics, and an advocate for tropical rainforest conservation. Mark began his education at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, worked at Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology. Completing his bachelor’s degree in liberal arts at Harvard Extension School, received his master’s … Read more

Comic Books And The Movies

The movie industry is abuzz with comic books being adapted to the full screen. Not only is it profitable for Hollywood to produce comic book characters, but for the comic book industry too. There have been low budget movies and television series based on the more popular comic books. Usually the low budget movies do … Read more

William Golding’s Lord Of The Flies Analysis

In William Golding’s Lord Of The Flies, the characters display various flaws in humanity throughout their stay on the island. They Showcase that humans carry non-evident defectual traits that are concealed/secluded until unleashed when put under certain circumstances that those traits naturally come to effect. Human nature and society both are overloaded with iniquity, brutality, … Read more

"Running In The Family" By Michael Ondaatje

Published after Ceylon’s decolonization, Michael Ondaatje’s Running in the Family (1982) aims to extend his personal struggles of reconciling identity to explicate Ceylon’s context. By exemplifying the archetypical Burgher as one who experiences a sense of Western aristocracy, identity crises and cultural alienation, Ondaatje offers a post-colonial discourse which examines the effects of colonization. Ultimately, … Read more

Analysis of Orwell's "Politics and The English Language

The content in Orwell’s thesis states that political language is watering down our very own English language, and when this occurs language withdraws the depth and quality of your personal thoughts. This causes a significant downturn in overall communication abilities as well as intelligence. In his essay, Orwell catalogues a few of the more prominent … Read more

Analysis Of ‘My First Summer In The Sierra’ By John Muir

Around the mid-eighteen century, pastoral literature was popular in Europe, and the poets and author in this era try to depict the picture of rural life, involving people in nature. In contrast to the pastoral literature, the wilderness literature that appeared around the mid-nineteen century in America focuses more on a portrayal of nature that … Read more

The Concept Of Balanced Reciprocity In The Article "What Chimps Understand About Reciprocity" From Wall Street Journal

One concept from this week’s reading I found interesting was Balanced Reciprocity, or the exchange of something with the expectation that you will receive something in return. There are three stages of Balanced Reciprocity: giving, receiving, and reciprocating. I found this particular topic interesting because of how prominent it is in our society. There are … Read more

"The Secret Agent" by Joseph Conrad

The Secret Agent, written by Joseph Conrad, was a very intriguing book that led on a journey to life in London of 1886. The book tells about the story of Adolf Verloc, a businessman, as well as a secret agent. Mr. Verloc is part of a group of anarchists who believe in overthrowing the government … Read more

Three Dimensions Of Power By Steven Lukes

In the reading A Radical View, Steven Lukes provides three dimensions of power. He describes the second dimension as a person or group that creates or reinforces social and political values and institutional practices that limit the scope of the political process to public consideration. The third dimension is described as getting someone to do … Read more

The significance of animals in literature

Analyzing and evaluating literature that utilizes animals within its text allows the reader to have a better understanding of a writings meaning and the author’s intentions. The significance of animals in literature allows the writer to reinforce common themes that are fundamental to written works. Certain animals are routinely used to express various themes and … Read more

Novel Project: The Road

Author and Background Cormac McCarthy is a beloved American author that is best known for his rather tenebrous themes and post-apocalyptic worlds. In his career McCarthy has managed to publish a total of ten novels, win the Pulitzer Prize for his 2006 novel The Road and release an original screenplay titled The Counselor. Since the … Read more

The Stranger Inquiry Essay

Isolation can affect anyone. But how can it affect relationships? The novel, The Stranger, by Albert Camus, is about an isolated character named Meursault. His relationships are heavily affected by his isolation, but he still chose to be isolated. Isolation can affect relationships because it can cause a person to block off emotions, feel indifferent … Read more

"The Alchemist" analysis

While sleeping near a sycamore tree in the sacristy of an abandoned church, Santiago, a shepherd boy from Andalusia, has a recurring dream about a child who tells him that he will find a hidden treasure if he travels to the Egyptian pyramids. Santiago then finds an old gypsy woman who reads his palm and … Read more

Review Of Book The Odyssey By Homer

In book 6, in the evening, Nausicaa, the Phaeacian princess is visited by Athena in a dream and obliges her to clean her dress. Once Nausiacaa wakes up, she takes her maids and a mule-pushcart, and the maids clean her attire in the ponds by the river. They then clean themselves and performance a game … Read more

Hedonistic Theories In "The Pursuit Of Unhappiness" By Daniel Haybron

Introduction In The Pursuit of Unhappiness by Daniel Haybron, he critiqued hedonistic theories on the grounds that pleasure is “not plausibly identifiable with happiness” and deemed this as the lack of “descriptive adequacy” (Haybron, p.57). Borrowing the notion of descriptive adequacy from philosopher L. W. Sumner , Haybron explained descriptive adequacy as providing a close … Read more

Analysis Of Wuthering Heights Written By Emily Bronte

“The Wuthering Heights is one of the best novels in English literature and has been presented in many works of art. This remarkable novel was written by the writer Emily Bronte in 1847. The author wonderfully presented several characters that subjected to painful events through the events of the novel. This novel was marked by … Read more

"The Machine Stops" Analysis

The Machine Stops_, written by English author E. M. Forster in 1909, is not only revered as a short story on it’s own merit, but increasingly relevant given current concerns about the effect of technology on employment and interpersonal relationships today.To understand Forster’s perspective, it is helpful to understand the social climate in which he … Read more

"Indian Horse" Analysis

Richard Wagamese’s novel Indian Horse illustrates the traumatic experiences of Saul Indian Horse through the events at a residential school, where Saul and other Native American children are forcefully assimilated into Canadian culture. The experience of forced assimilation plants a poisonous seed in Saul’s mind, and nearly destroys his entire future. The progression of the … Read more