Providing Motives In Hamlet

In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, motifs are displayed throughout the play. Motifs such as life and death, truth and lies, and loyalty and betrayal, are some of the biggest ones, just to name a few. The motifs in the play are used to see the main ideas and themes such as revenge and … Read more

Hate Speech Should Not Be Tolerated Inside School Campus

College is a place of learning, a place where knowledge is challenged, and banks accounts are stretched. It is a place where many different people will all types of backgrounds meet for a common goal, higher education. Universities should ensure that campus are safe and stable environment for all students and facility. Limitation of hate … Read more

An Analysis of the Themes of Pride and Jealousy in Othello, a Play by William Shakespeare

Pride and Jealousy “Othello”, written by Shakespeare, uses multiple thematic focuses to develop a tragic plot. The Othello Oral Report focused on dishonesty and miscommunication, jealousy and regret, and gender and pride, as well as more themes that I consider less prominent and will therefore not discuss. The Performance Session was mostly focused on gender … Read more

How Credible Is Pyrrhonic Skepticism In Philosophy?

Pyrrho’s form of skepticism was very extreme. Unlike the academic skeptics who believed that we had very minimal, if any, knowledge, Pyrrho rejected the notion that anyone could be confident in anything, and that to assert that confidence without being able to substantiate the claim was dogmatic. In order to reconcile his inability to believe … Read more

A Study of Social Anxiety Disorder and Simple Shyness

The Fine Line Between Social Anxiety Disorder & Shyness Have you ever been nervous about meeting new people or giving a presentation in front of others? Most likely. But have you ever been so stressed about it that you avoid meeting people or never show up to give the presentation? If so, you may have … Read more

Why the needle benefit program is essential

Needle Exchange Programs Needle exchange programs, which are also known as syringe exchange programs, syringe services programs and needle-syringe programs, are community-based programs that provide access to sterile needles and syringes free of cost and facilitate safe disposal of used needles and syringes. Patients who inject drugs can substantially reduce their risk of getting and … Read more

The Situation In Nauru And Manus Island: Liability For Crimes Against Humanity In The Detention Of Refugees And Asylum Seekers

For those who’ve come across the seas we’ve boundless plains to share; With courage let us all combine To Advance Australia Fair. These words familiar to all of us are part of our national anthem but is our government really trying to fulfil them? As of April this year there are 1,369 asylum seekers in … Read more

The Acts of Compassion and the Motives Behind Them in On Compassion, an Essay by Barbara Lazear Ascher

“On Compassion” “On Compassion” is an essay written by Barbara Lazear Ascher. The main argument of Ascher’s piece deals with acts of compassion, as well as the motives behind them. Ascher utilizes a somber tone, being a third party observer. She elaborates on different times she has witnessed various moments where someone is confronted with … Read more

A Look at the Idea of Confusion As Depicted By Morrison in His Book, The Bluest Eye, And I Want to Be Miss America by Alvarez

Identity crisis defined as a period of uncertainty and confusion in which a person’s sense of identity becomes insecure, typically due to a change in their expected aims or role in society. The Identity crisis influences the way woman of color view beauty by making them act differently and trying to assimilate. The Bluest Eye … Read more

Dignity at Work

Hodson mentioned under the chapter “Four Faces of Working with Dignity” that meaningful work is essential for dignity. Considering the nature of work of the respondents in the reading by Rambo and Cross, is it possible to find meaning in a work that asks a person to strip their clothes off for other people’s pleasure? … Read more

A Small, Good Thing Story Analysis

A Small, Good Thing When pondering the daunting uncertainties of life, a man can only be sure that it will be filled with suffering. The tranquil and pleasant periods of life may give it the semblance of congeniality, but a person will always be forced to face the onerous trials of his journey. During these … Read more

Observing The True Human Nature

Humanity is ever-changing and endlessly fascinating. People of different classes, roles, personalities, and appearances combine majestically to form the human race in such a profound and meticulous way. In The Prologue of The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer portrays humanity with candor and openness when describing all 29 pilgrims he had met on a trip to … Read more

The Navajo code talkers

The Navajo code talkers These brave young men fought so gallantly for a country who despised their beloved heritage. But why? That is a question we all wonder. Why? Why would they fight for us? Who are they? The Indian code talkers who so gallantly served their country in the most perilous of times was … Read more

Can Society Function without Respect?

Respect is knocking before entering. Respect is helping someone up when they fall or helping them when they drop their books. In a society, this is the most important thing to have. To respect someone is to value that person’s ideas, feelings, space, or privacy. It is important to treat others with respect in order … Read more

The Key Concepts of Loyalty and Friendship in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, a Novel by Mark Twain

Analysis on ‘The Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ In the Adventures of Tom Sawyer written by Mark Twain, friendship and loyalty are concepts that are important in the lives of humans. In this novel, Tom makes new friends and new experiences. However, he especially treasures the bonds that he has with Huckleberry Finn and Becky Thatcher. … Read more

10 foods that make us happy

Some foods make us feel better about ourselves and forget about worries. On the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, we propose some foods that are sure to make you feel good. Some of them are very beneficial not only for our mood , but for many other things, strengthening us and providing everything … Read more

The Theme of Loneliness in the Novella Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

The relationship between abundance and isolation is conveyed in a variety of assorted techniques in John Steinbeck’s, Of Mice And Men. Therefore, this poetically expressed non-fiction novella is mainly regarding the concept of loneliness when it comes to the protagonists in the story, which are Lennie and George. Furthermore, acknowledging the contrast between Lennie and … Read more

My Eight Dimensions Of Wellness

Influencing the Eight Dimensions of Wellness to some element of every day existence can beautify intellectual and physical wellbeing for people with mental and moreover substance utilize scatters. Wellness is being in extremely good physical and emotional well-being. Since psychological well-being and bodily wellness are connected, troubles in a single area can affect the other. … Read more

The Gratitude to Nature in the Poems Burial, Weeping, and Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude in Ross Gay’s Book Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude

The Ross Gay’s book Catalogue of unabashed gratitude consists of several poems with rich content. The report analysis herein will cover three poems from the book such as “Burial,” “Weeping,” and “Catalogue of Unabashed Gratitude.” The poems coverage insists on the real world we live, its goodness, things people take for granted, declaration of the … Read more

The Development of Ideas in Wild with All Regrets, a Poem by Wilfred Owen

A commentary on the development of ideas in Wild With All Regrets Owen effectively conveys the emotions of a hopeless soldier, through the development and progression of thought in ‘Wild With All Regrets’. He uses various parallel trains of thought simultaneously, such as the past, present and future, magnifying people and then inanimate things, wandering … Read more

The Ugly Emotion: Envy

Envy is way more than a troublesome emotion. Certain psychologists believe that envy is an emotion that exists from the beginning of life (I.e it’s innate) and must be controlled. I personally believe that it’s an emotion that everybody possesses but to which no one admits. People readily admit to other emotions like anxiety, depression, … Read more

Letter to self

Dear self, Hey you, I know we are in this together. Remember the promises we made? For better and for worse. In sickness and in health till death do we part? I hope those promises were true and you will not fuck me up at any time. Am loyal. I just noticed I need to … Read more

To be a Human: Solaris Analysis

What does it mean to be a human being? Everyone has their own opinion and rarely is it as simple as biology. When science and technology are placed in this question the answer becomes even less clear. This question of when does giving technology humanity make them human has been asked in numerous mediums, from … Read more

Loneliness And Exile In Mohsin Hamid’S ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ 

By uncovering certain ambiguities in Changez’s ideological rhetoric, the paper will portray how Changez’s analysis of American corporate fundamentalism branches from his absence of a sense of belonging to a foreign culture and from a feeling of displaced identity.[Keywords: Mohsin Hamid, Reluctant Fundamentalist; post-9/11 America; Pakistan, alienation, fundamentalism, identity, ideology]Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist is … Read more

How to write Acknowledgements of dissertations?

Acknowledgements are the necessary part of every important written material such as books, research paper, dissertation paper, novel or anything else. So you are confused why acknowledgements are important to put in your written paper? Because the paper you have written is not the result if your own efforts. A lot many people further have … Read more