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Commentary on Teenage Birth Control Rights (1340 words, 3 pages)
Commentary Teenage Birth Control Rights In today's world, there are conflicts over the confidentiality of police reports, conflicts over the right to have an abortion, and conflicts over the release of personal medical records for public knowledge. All of these pressing issues have at least one thing in common-they are ... Read More
John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men as a Social Commentary (286 words, 1 pages)
OF MICE AND MEN - SOCIAL COMMENTARY In Of Mice And Men, the author John Steinbeck, adds many characters and events which make the novella a social commentary. How the author describes Crooks, Curleys wife, and the relationship between Lennie and George, display the views, and social concerns of that ... Read More
Mao, Maoism and the Evolution of The Chinese Communist Party: A Historical Commentary (4796 words, 18 pages)
Isolated from its neighbours by the vast windswept deserts of central Asia and the mighty Tibetan plateaus to the west, by the Jungles of the south, and by the Pacific Ocean to the east, China developed a civilization and cultural tradition independent from the rest of the world, even though ... Read More
Personal Commentary On “Asian Looking Again at BC Commercial Real Estate” (251 words, 1 pages)
Commentary on the article Asian looking again at BC Commercial real estate In the beginning of the last year, Taiwanese and Singaporeans came to Vancouver with a lot of money looking for prospects in the real estate market. These business people were looking for rental building, which were the "hot ... Read More
A Summary of a Commentary on A Rose for Emily (910 words, 3 pages)
IThe story begin with Miss Emilys funeral, everyone went there but seems like not everybody went there out of respect, some just lead by their curiosity, what are they curious about is the house which Emilystayed inside and nearly never went out before she died. The discretion of Emilys house ... Read More
Commentary on the Murder of Trayvon Martin (1916 words, 3 pages)
Over the years, racism has remained a dark and durable element in the American personality. A current instance of racism was portrayedonthe trial of George Zimmerman, for the brutal shooting and killing of an unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin, who was a Black American. This was a racial Rorschach test at ... Read More
A Commentary On To All The Girls I’ve Rejected by Jennifer Delahunty Britz (2359 words, 3 pages)
When I heard about college admissions, I used to think that they are genuinely done with no discrimination. I believed that no applicants were rejected after having the right qualifications. Many people apply for admission in different colleges with high expectation of being admitted as per their merit. Many applicants ... Read More
Commentary on Commercials (132 words, 1 pages)
What do you think when you see a commercial? How do you feel about that specific advertisement? Personally, when I see commercials, unless it peaks my interest, which is rare, I feel like they're just a filler. Although I do not care too much for commercials, I feel that they ... Read More
Commentary of Plutarch on Caesar (199 words, 1 pages)
Plutarch seems to praise Caesar as the model roman citizen and ruler at the time. Plutarch uses Caesar as example of how one should be in the early days of Rome. The evidence provided by Plutarch shows how Caesar was not overly ambitious or greedy which allowed him to accomplish ... Read More
The Social Commentary and Story of Sylvia in The Lesson, a Short Story by Toni Cade Bambara (862 words, 3 pages)
"The Lesson" by Toni Cade Bambara"The Lesson" written by Toni Cade Bambara is not only a story about a poor girl who feels out of place in an expensive place but also a social commentary. It is a story about anAfrican-American girl struggling with her awareness of class inequality. The ... Read More
Aristophanes’ Social Commentary on Men, Women and War in His Comedic Play Lysistrata (873 words, 3 pages)
During the peak of Greek drama, numerous tragedies and comedies were written among playwrights. All had their own personal messages to send to the audience, commenting on politics, religion, gender, and more. Aristophanes', in his comedic play Lysistrata, uses humor, sex, and gender switching to make his own social commentary ... Read More
The Sociopolitical Commentary of King Charles II’s Court in Rocherster’s Sodom and Gomorrah, The Imperfect Enjoyment and Aphra Behn’s The Disappointment (3046 words, 9 pages)
John Wilmot, the Earl of Rochester, enjoyed a plethora of liberties as a member of Charles IIs court in Restoration England. Although his relationship with the King was a volatile one, his frequent banishments and subsequent returns to the court ultimately evidence the height of regard the King held him ... Read More
Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko as a Critical Commentary on the Dehumanizing Nature of Slavery (1604 words, 5 pages)
Oroonoko is an anti-slavery text, but it is not a text arguing for the liberation of slaves. Rather, the character Oroonoko is the vehicle with which Aphra Behn exposes the Englishmans failings to uphold the very values he uses to exemplify and rationalize his superiority over other raceschiefly Christianity, morality, ... Read More
The Use and Types of Humor as Social Commentary in Literature (2586 words, 9 pages)
Humor is a tool that encourages listening and promotes participation in the discourse occurring in conversation or internally. Often, however, the message hidden behind the punch line hits home and provokes thoughtfulness. Throughout literature, authors, poets, and essayists use humor to prove their points. Humor for the purpose of social ... Read More
A Look at the Social Commentary in Oliver Twist, a Novel by Charles Dickens (2939 words, 11 pages)
Explaining Oliver TwistFor instance, Charles Dickens has a lot of social commentary in his novel, Oliver Twist, the following is an example the orphan of a workhousethe humble, half-starved drudgeto be cuffed and buffeted through the worlddespised by all, and pitied by none (Dickens, Oliver Twist, 3). He said this ... Read More
An Analysis of The New American Commentary: Matthew by Blomberg (491 words, 3 pages)
Scholars may face the temptation to pick up a growing number of reliable commentaries for their ministry or research. However, if young scholars hope to find a well-balanced, easy to read commentary on Matthew, they need look no further than Blombergs The New American Commentary Matthew. Blomberg gives his readers ... Read More
A Social Commentary Associated to the Ideology of the American Dream Through the Character of Jurgis in The Jungle by Upton Sinclair (778 words, 3 pages)
The JungleThe Jungle chronicles the life of main character Jurgis Rudkus, upon his immigration to the United States. Jurgis enters the United States hopeful, enthusiastic, and confident in his belief in the American Dream. Jurgis crumbles along with all his beliefs as he undergoes intense struggles caused by the harsh ... Read More
A Commentary on Borges’ To a Sword at York Minister (673 words, 2 pages)
Borges Commentary We love our heroes. We honor them, revere them, and even worship themyears after they've gone to the grave. But why? Why do we still rememberthose ancient geezers, when they've already been reduced to nothing morethan a pile of desiccated dust and bones, when our memories of them ... Read More
A Commentary on Jamaica Kincaid’s Writing (1013 words, 3 pages)
Kincaid Commentary Imagine a puppeteer. His arms are filled with a multitude of variousmarionettes, and he controls them all masterfully by tugging on theirstrings, making them sing and dance to his tune. In Antigua, everyone isone of these marionettes, singing and dancing to the whims of their Englishpuppeteer. In her ... Read More
An Analysis of the Video Game, Never Alone and the Commentary of Janet Murray on the Game (2080 words, 8 pages)
Never Alone, developed by Upper One Games in 2014, is a puzzle-platformer video game that takes place in the snow-laden Alaskan wilderness as the main character, Nuna, attempts to end the eternal blizzard plaguing her indigenous Iupiaq home. Centered around eight chapters of Alaskan folklore and visually surrounded by the ... Read More
The Vital Function of Humorous Political Commentary in Society (380 words, 2 pages)
Alain de Botton, in his 2004 book Status Anxiety, argued that themain purpose of humorists is not merely to entertain, but to "convey withimpunity messages that might be dangerous or impossible to state directly."Humorists are in the perfect position to say things others cannot, andtherefore play a "vital function" in ... Read More
An Analysis of Virginia Woolf’s Commentary on the Nature of Femininity and Its Failure in the Essay A Room of One’s Own (2116 words, 6 pages)
A Womans Right to ChooseIn her 1929 extended essay, A Room of Ones Own, Virginia Woolf provides a two part commentary on the nature of femininity and how she believes it has failed. Focusing specifically on her second excerpt, Woolf contrasts the past reality with that of her present, offering ... Read More
A Review and Commentary of John Lukacs’ Essay Seventy Years Later on the Topic of Nationalism (558 words, 2 pages)
A Second Nationalist Uprising Why Not?In his essay, Seven Years Later, John Lukacs presents the simple yet revolutionary argument that Adolf Hitlers nationalist mentality is neither inexplicable nor uncommon. In his dissection of the modern worlds most convenient enemy, Lukacs questions of the likelihood of a Hitler spawn reemerging in ... Read More
Understanding Literature as a Powerful Form of Social Commentary (1032 words, 4 pages)
Well, the first thing is that truth and power for me form an antithesis, an antagonism, which will hardly ever be resolved. I can define in fact, can simplify the history of human society, the evolution of human society, as a contest between power and freedom. Wole SoyinkaLiterature often acts ... Read More
Margaret Atwood’s Modern Commentary on the Siren’s Song in The Odyssey (443 words, 2 pages)
Epic Comparison The OdysseyMargaret Atwoods modern commentary on the Sirens Song is vastly different from that told in the relatively unabridged English translation of Homers Odyssey. Other than the obvious differences in diction, meter, and poem structure, the change in tone and point of view is what really sets the ... Read More
Oliver Twist as Charles Dickens’ Social Commentary (1460 words, 5 pages)
British Literature33114Are There No Workhouses? The Social Commentary of Oliver TwistDespite the modern romanticization of social reformation, most so-called activists will never comprehend the chains of injustice as fully as those who wear them. This lesson was ingrained into the soul of Charles Dickens when he was forced into workhouse ... Read More
Geoffrey Chaucer’s Social Commentary on Medieval Society (704 words, 3 pages)
Geoffrey Chaucers Social Commentary on Medieval Society Though The Canterbury Tales are very versatile some light hearted tales as well as some darker ones it does possess underlying themes that are present throughout all aspects of the tales. All of Geoffrey Chaucers characters are fictional, created by him, however, each ... Read More
A Short Commentary on the Conception of Religion and God (411 words, 1 pages)
My Conception of GodFirst of all it is important that I qualify that my view of the Lord is not a derived conception from my intellect, but rather privileged revelation bestowed upon me by the Grace of God. If asked his conception of me, my closest friend or sibling would ... Read More
A Commentary on E-Commerce Development in Modern Society (1316 words, 3 pages)
Adventures in E-CommerceUnless youve been living under a rock for the last two years, you have heard about e-commerce, and I bet youve heard about it from several different angles. Im sure youve heard about all the companies that offer e-commerce because youve been bombarded by their TV and radio ... Read More
A Commentary on the Use of the Website WWW.NCJRS.ORG (510 words, 1 pages)
Law Enforcement Internet AssignmentThis Internet assignment consisted of going to the web site WWW.NCJRS.ORG, picking one of the various boxes displayed and researching the contents of it. Out of about thirteen choices, I chose to be "original" and research Law Enforcement.When I pulled up the web site, there was a ... Read More
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