Shame and Guilt

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Number Date Shame and Guilt “Tartuffe” by Moliere Introduction Tartuffe meaning hypocrisy was written by Moliere a skilled master in the worldly sector of the social elite in Paris during the reign of Louis the fourteen, an era in which personality and dominance in court prevailed. The release of the play Tartuffe brought a lot of controversies in the court and about the king`s tutor and confessor thus resulting in its ban. In this article, I explain and point out the characters and characteristics of the actors featured and how they drew the elements of shame and guilt to their families and themselves. In the play, a reader can predict a...

story that incorporates revenge based on The Count of Monte Cristo

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Subject Date Out of Spite “Life is a storm, my friend. You will bask in the sunlight one moment, be shattered on the rocks the next. What makes you a man is what you do when the storm comes.” (IMDB 1) I've seen my cell walls many times, I've also seen the dim sunlight as it enters in through the slits they call windows. I've stopped worrying about time. Here, time is all I have. You'd think I messed it up; in your mind I surely killed a man or raped a child. Let me tell you something, that's not far from the truth. “There are 72,519 stones in my walls, but I haven’t named them yet” (IMDB 1) It was 1987, I had 20 years old. I had recently moved...

Great Gatsby

Name of Student Name of Supervisor Subject Code 26 May 2015 Great Gatsby The masterpiece of F. Scott Fitzgerald Great Gatsby (1925) sliced out the drastically changed America in the early phase of 1920s also known as ‘roaring twenties'. The economy along with society and culture underwent some significant changes that redefined the importance of United States in the worldwide scenario. Money started blooming all around. Entertainment got a new definition with jazz music. Women won their long battle for suffrage. Moreover, technology in terms of telephone, television, automobiles and others changed the pattern of lifestyle. America became more urban-centric with maximum citizens living in...

Stock Market Crash

Name of Student Name of Supervisor Subject Code Date Stock Market Crash Dear aunt, Hope this letter finds you in the best of health and in good spirits. It’s been a long time since I last wrote to you but you will surely forgive me when you learn of my circumstances. As you know, I was working as a manager in an automobile factory and was doing reasonably well. But, due to the stock market crash all my investments have become worthless and my company is at the doorstep of bankruptcy. From the three-bedroom apartment in the suburbs we have shifted to a single room flat and all seven of us are living there now. I don’t know for how long I will be able to keep my job. Moreover, with an...

Creative Writing History

Student Name Instructor Subject Date Social Studies – Continuing Transformation ANDREW JACKSON’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN Just like the nation of the United States of America, Andrew Jackson is largely the product of war. He is no stranger to bloodshed, struggle, pain, and servitude. In fact, it pains him to see his nation submit to them presently, even after half a century of independence. However, the fact stands: a war is raging. This peacetime is an illusion. Beneath the tapestry of apparent unity lie tangled webs of factionalism and rivalry, which serve to destroy the peace that the nation so covets. Andrew says that he “was born for the storm, and that the calm does not...

violence in video games

Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Video games have become a popular entity in the contemporary technological age especially among children. With the video game industry becoming a multi-billion dollar business, many adolescents today on average spend an average of 2 hours behind the screen every day. Violent video games have however come into sharp focus as scholars have tried to link violent games to behavioral changes among children. While it is debatable whether video games predictably cause violent behavior in every child, studies have continually showed a positive correlation between violent games and aggressive behavior among children. This paper seeks to explore the positive link between...

Issue of overpopulation

Issue of Overpopulation Author’s Name: Institution: Issue of Overpopulation Introduction Every ecological niche has a carrying capacity meant to hold a certain size of a population. When a populace of a certain species exceeds what a niche can hold, then overpopulation occurs. This concept is determined based on the important resources that an individual requires to survive, compared to their number. Such an effect may be caused by an exhaustion of resources, increase in immigration, and increase and decrease of births and mortality rates respectively. Human beings and animals (both wild and domestic) can be found overpopulated in an area over a certain period. The current estimated...

Global walming

Name of the Student Professor’s Name Other/So 26th October 2015 Global Warming Background and Burden of Global Warming Over the past few decades, the average temperature of our earth's surface has increased steadily. Global warming refers to the increase in average temperature of the earth's surface over a period (www.solar-center.stanford.edu). It has been speculated, that during the 21st century, the average temperature of the earth’s surface would increase around 0.3 to 1.7-degree centigrade, even with stringent mitigation measures. However, without stringent mitigation measures the expected rise would be around 2.6 to 4.8-degree...

Wuthering Heights and Adventures of the Dancing Men

Name Course Instructor Date Introduction The two novels, Wuthering Heights and the Adventures of the Dancing Men share something in common. The narrators in both of the instances have employed the use of silence and secrets to enhance the narrative. The essays will compare the use of silence and secrets in the two narratives as well as give insights on how literary features have been to delay or defer revelation. The use of secrets enhances the narrative by creating suspense and to giving the reader curiosity about the hidden facts. Wuthering Heights presents scenarios where the narrator uses secrets and silence to enhance the narrative. We may focus on the role of Nelly Dean because she...

Trigger Points

Trigger Points Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Date of Submission Many individuals experience the ill effects of touchy spots in muscles, frequently called trigger points or muscle hitches. But trigger point treatment is not rocket science! You simply require a decent choice of reasonable alternatives such as inventive tips, traps, bits of knowledge and viewpoints, in light of the recent science and years of clinical experience. Myofascial trigger point is a touchy spot in a substantially rigid band of skeletal muscle strands. Two imperative clinical attributes of trigger points, alluded agony and nearby jerk reaction, can be evoked by mechanical incitement (palpation or needling)....