Irony

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Irony in Story of an Hour The short story by Kate Chopin “The Story of an Hour, " was first in publication in the year 1894. The Story by then was referred to as “The Dream of an Hour” and it was after reprinting that it became to what we know today. Adding an event or circumstance that was not expected by readers can greatly modify a story and make it one of the best. Such situations induce the use of irony. The story is based on several styles of literature. Symbolism and irony are the major styles used by the Author. Nonetheless, the use of irony in the “Story of an Hour” has been used immensely and more than just once. Verbal...

Problem solving paper

Name Professor CourseDate Problem Solving Introduction Attention getter My little brother is turning five. What should I get him as a present? Now that he is a lover of both picnics and bikes, should I get him a nice mountain bike? Should I organize some picnic for him? Should I get him a surprise gift? - One that does not fall within his ‘favorites’ category? Should I let the day pass and surprise him a week later? Or should I just assume the day never was? Definition of the problem The choice I should take should be economical, pleasant, surprising and relevant. It is a joyous occasion, and the little boy expects a lot from me. The choice I will take should not disappoint him. I...

Watch http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/poor-kids/r’s choice

Composition Name of Student Name of University Introduction This essay is about three families, as examples, each reflecting a social stereotype, or myth or its unique pattern that can also be a deviation from the norm. The setting is in USA, displaying the multiple tensions and issues are of human, psychological, individual, social, and multi-ethnic to multi-racial types (Banse et al., 2010). This is about three kids, Kylie, Jonny and Brittany, from a program called Poor Kids which was aired on November 2012. They seemed to have ended up in three different places. The common factor in these kids’ families was a considerable degree of lack of material comfort. Kaylie and her family were...

should cell phones be banned while driving?

Student’s Full Name Professor’s Full Name Subject Date Should the Use of Cell phones while Driving should be banned? Cellular phones and personal communications devices have become a necessity in our society. Proponents of the ban, say that distractions associated with cell phone use while driving are more dangerous than other distractions. Opponents of cell-phone restrictions think drivers are more easily distracted by other everyday activities, such as talking to the person in the passenger seat. Thus, driving is a privilege. Therefore, cell phone use should be banned while driving because phones cause the driver to be distracted and causes accidents. To begin with, talking on a phone...

Why women shouldnt be in combat

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Why Women Should Not Be in Combat Over the years, females support peaceful coexistence and cooperation among different communities around the world. Most women believe in transnational solidarity and female inclusion in combat to create a harmonious society. Notably, women and other gender activists argue that the American government should incorporate females in combats to assist their male counterparts battle the country`s enemies. Nonetheless, women in the military sector should not be allowed in combat. Alternatively, they should be assigned non-combat duties to protect most of them from dangerous criminals. Women lack the energy to survive in battlefields, they...

Race matters

Name: Professor’s name: Course number: Date: Does Race Matter Introduction Thesis statement Racism and racial discrimination George Zimmerman and Travon Martin Discipline in school Housing discrimination Race and college admissions Fisher v. The University of Texas (U.T.) case Completion of college Perception of campus climate Race and jobs Access to jobs Hiring Re-employment after losing a job Conclusion Does Race Matter The idea that races are genetically distinct has been dismissed scientifically. Race matters because this categorization of people is used to propagate racism and racial discrimination. The scientific concept of race was a mere hypothesis that lacked a...

Issues Regarding the Protection and Practice of Speech: Facebook Pages Cause Free Speech Controversy

Issues Regarding the Protection and Practice of Speech: Student Name Institute affiliation: Date of Submission: The development of the social media in the twenty-first century is becoming of great concern to many people. Schools and other learning institutions are where social network most affects students through Facebook and other related social networks. Many students use the media to blackmail themselves and also getting involved in hate speech. Associated students Senate bill is calling for censorship that could shut down the two popular Facebook pages that are “UCSB and UCSB Hook-ups.” However, could it solve the problems that arise from the misuse of social media or it could turn...

Miss Laura Jones The Special Teacher

MISS LAURA JONES  THE SPECIAL TEACHER By (Student Name) Institutional Affiliation Date Miss Laura Jones  The Special Teacher For this my advanced composition writing the assignment, I had the pleasure and interest of interviewing the 6th and 7th-grade teacher in the North Carolina public school system by the name Miss Laura Jones. Ms. Jones did attend Yale University where she attained her Bachelor degree in education and then attended Stanford University for her Masters. Ms. Jones has twelve years of teaching experience in the public schools and currently working at the Hill Bridge School. Hill Bridge School is a public school comprising of the Primary Education and Junior High...

child labor affect on labor force, and its affect on child and how to solve such a problem

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Child labor affect on labor force, and its affect on child and how to solve such a problem Introduction It is clear that most developing nations are currently removing barriers on migration, and this has created the integration of children in the workforce in other nations. The children are also being incorporated in their countries in the labour force, hence denying them their rights to education, which is often an important facet in their lives. In other nations that are industrialised, young children also part of the labour force similar to their parents. Most of them work in more than one job while others fall under the government subsidised employment....

Comparing and contrasting the Theme and imagery of the poems Pied Beauty by Gerard Manley Hopkins and Design by Robert Frost

Name: Course title: Instructor: Date Contrast and comparison of imagery and themes. Imagery involves the use figurative language in place of actions, objects and ideas in a way that is appealing to our senses. Imagery helps one to create a visual representation of an idea in mind. As such, to have excellent imaging, figures of speech such as simile, personification, metaphor and onomatopoeia needed. Themes are the main ideas or the underlying meanings of literary works that might be stated either directly or indirectly. There are two types of items that are the major themes and minor issues. Major issues are the ideas that writers repeat in their work, making them the most central ideas in...