Rhetorical Analysis Of The Speech By Susan B. Anthony "Women’S Right To Vote"

Rhetorical Analysis of Women’s Right to Vote All through history, there have been numerous talks that have numerous and enormous effect on society, however one that will never be overlooked is the speech by Susan B. Anthony, “On Women’s Right to Vote.” This speech is in the greatest speeches in history because of the message … Read more

Comparing the carpe diem theme in 2 love poems: The flea by john Donne and To his coy mistress by Andrew Marvel

Even Educated Fleas Do It “The Flea,” by John Donne and “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell are both love poems from the 1600’s with the shared goal to court their respective ladies. Donne’s “The Flea” shows the speaker trying to woo his lady by convincing her that they have technically already engaged in … Read more

We Should Never Give up on Our Hopes and Dreams

Imagine a world where countless impossibles were achieved, a place where everyone did what they loved to do and excelled at what they did. The difference in systematic views in this alternate universe would be so diverse and yet it’s something we can’t seem to grasp. The way society has amputated so many of our … Read more

Augustine’s Dialogue With Adeodatus

“Augustine starts the next part of his dialogue with Adeodatus in discussing signs that “do not signify other signs but instead things” (The teacher 8.22.25). Augustine first asks Adeodatus “whether man is man” (The teacher 8.22.64). Adeodatus responds that man is in fact man. Augustine then asks if the syllable “ho-“ means anything but “ho-“ … Read more

Comparing the carpe diem theme in 2 love poems: The flea by john Donne and To his coy mistress by Andrew Marvel

Even Educated Fleas Do It “The Flea,” by John Donne and “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell are both love poems from the 1600’s with the shared goal to court their respective ladies. Donne’s “The Flea” shows the speaker trying to woo his lady by convincing her that they have technically already engaged in … Read more

Why Some Folkways Should be Broken

Culture, norms, mores, and folkways all tie in together. Culture entails a lot. “Culture is the language, beliefs, values, norms, behaviors, and even material objects that characterize a group and are passed from one generation to the next” (Henslin 2017). Cultures can be completely different from others and can have a very strong difference in … Read more

Interracial Dialogue

Throughout the years, the world has become more globalized in a way that people allaround are communicating with one another. This action, also known as interracial dialogue,has been prospering and flourishing for many years. The promotion of interracial dialogue in-cludes not only the advocation of communication between people of different races, but also theacceptance and … Read more