Essay Examples

The book Call of the Wild by Jack London is about a dog named Buck and his journey to find his true family. Buck is ripped from his civilized home is sunkissed Snata Clara Valley, California and thrown in to the wilderness of the frozen …

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In the work, Winter Dreams, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the dream is perceived to be unobtainable for our protagonist, Dexter. Correlating love with wealth, Dexter’s dream is to “not be in association with glittering things and glittering people.” Instead, “he wanted the glittering things themselves.” …

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In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain presents the protagonist as a down to earth and skeptical boy. Through Huck Finn’s demeanor towards various ideas, Mark Twain satirizes a large spectrum of beliefs that are prevalent in society. Twain routinely mocks religion and Huck …

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In the play Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare uses verbal, situational, and dramatic irony to add to the reader’s enjoyment. Shakespeare used irony a lot through the play adding more humor, suspense, shock, and makes the viewers want more. Romeo and Juliet is a perfect play …

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In the poem, “Holy Sonnet 14,” the speaker is a religious man who wishes to be taken by God, to be with God, and to believe in God. However, the speaker desires are unattainable because God does not forcibly enter one’s soul. God only “knocks, …

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As a Christian, John Donne writes his Holy Sonnet 14: Batter My Heart, Three-Personed God as a traditional orthodox prayer. He writes in the context of addressing God with praise at the beginning and the end of his prayer. In his prayer he also admits …

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“Like many African writers, Achebe paints a sympethetic protrait of tribal life as it comes in conflict with European civilization. He fuses ancient proverbs and political ideologies to make his point.” The novel “Things Fall Apart” has a fairly sympethetic and understanding tone. The words …

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The training needs identified were internally evaluated by the holders of the key positions of the company, that is the CEO, CFO and the CRO. It is paramount for the company to use external services from the experts to improve the training of the senior …

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In Paul’s Case, Cather characterizes a young boy’s over-obsession with an insular fantasy world as a deadly portal of escape from the mundanities of middle-class life. Cather equates Paul’s incongruity in society and corresponding weaknesses to the life cycle of the red carnations that he …

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A Case of Discontent In Willa Cather’s short story “Paul’s Case,” the main protagonist Paul is a seemingly carefree young man. In truth, Paul despises his mediocre, middle-class life and wishes for the finer things in life. His egotistical mindset not only stresses his relationship …

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