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The book’s topic “Never Let Me Go”

The book’s topic, “Never Let Me Go” Introduction             The topic “Never Let Me Go” portrays gripping of humans stripped their identities and then labeled as copies in a bleak world in which human clones are socially accepted. These human clones are used for organ donation to the real people. Additionally, the title “Never Let…

The souls of Black Folk by Du Bois

The souls of Black Folk by Du Bois Introduction             The souls of Black Folk by Du Bois is a primary source which is valuable and speaks to both the plight of the black Americans subsequent to the civil war and also to the identity of the entire nation. Writing during the early years of…

The White Man’s Burden

The White Man’s Burden Introduction             ‘The White Man’s Burden’ is a book by William Easterly. The book explain why Western relief has done more harm than good. There are high poverty levels in Africa where millions of children are dying from easily preventable diseases despite the increase in foreign aid. Gordon brown called for…



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Virgils like a Roman leader. Aeneid

Virgil’s Aeneid Introduction             Virgil’s was the son of Publius Vergilius Maro and Magia Polla. Virgil’s father was a miniature freeholder in Andes. Virgil’s father was a farmer who practised bee-keeping and forestry, and he progressively accrued enough competence to enable him give superior education to their only son, Virgil’s. Virgils went to school at…

Defining the Concept of Voice Through an Assessment of Shakespeares “Twelfth Night”

Defining the Concept of Voice Through an Assessment of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” Introduction             Literary voice is a multifaceted subject that involves both linguistic and stylistic aspects. The readers and editors often significantly demand the involvement of originality and creativity. The level of creativity is required in the development of lasting and satisfactory understanding of…

Themes of The Crucible that makes it enduring and universal

Themes of The Crucible that makes it enduring and universal Introduction             In every literary work, themes are presented. Theme can be defined as comprehensive moral, message or idea of a narrative, story or a book but representation of themes differs from one writer to the other. “The crucible” is a play about the society…

Is evil really the nature of mankind

Is evil really the nature of mankind? Introduction             Man is assumed to have morals. Morality can be defined as the ability to come up with ruled and adhere to them to the letter coupled with the ability to discern right from wrong. This raises the question whether man does wrong on purpose. Is man…

The Play of Daniel Keyes’ Flowers for Algernon

      The story, “Flowers for Algernon”, is one that has been written using the first person narration and makes use of progress reports hence making the reader to be part of the story an understand the story as it happens through each of the reports used (Rogers, and Daniel, 5-15). The first person…

Freudian Analysis of “Beauty and the Beast”

       In “Beauty and the Beast”, Beauty, the dreamer, successfully travels through the phallic stage and the Oedipus complex into the latency and genital stages. She is at first attached to her father, and wants to protect him. She mentions that she is willing to even die for him so that he can…

Foreignness. Interpreter of Maladies: Stories

       The state of being a foreign is when a thing or a person is defined to be in a place where it, he or she does not originally belong. To elaborate this more, being introduced from outside also explains the state of being foreigner. From the mentioned definition, foreignness as a theme…

Dying a noble Death

“Dying a noble death” Introduction        Death is inevitable and everyone must be ready to face death. The author of, “If we must die” makes use of different literary devices to describe death and to encourage people to be brave and not to fear death. People should not just die like hogs or…

Syllabus objectives.Implementation and assessments

Syllabus objectives Introduction Course goals and objectives        The most important aspects of learning a language course is the need for efficient communication through clear and understandable use of language as well as the intelligent and intellectual application of the various vocabulary learnt. In every aspect, a language well learnt should express itself…

The Big Switch Rewiring the World from Edison to Google

The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google Introduction        Written with exquisite and extensive research on the field of information technology the book comes out as one of the main predictors of what will happen in the future and the impacts of the key elements of technology. Carr is a…

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao Introduction        Written by author Junot Diaz ‘Wondrous life of Oscar Wao’ the novel is a fiction work set in New jersey, where the author was raised, but deals with his ancestral homeland Dominican republic when it was under the rule of Rafael Trujillo who was…

The sound and the fury by William Faulkner

The sound and the fury by William Faulkner Introduction        The Sound and the Fury is an intransigently notorious and difficult novel that has received much acclaim and criticism in equal measure globally. Indeed, this is understandable of a book that literally transients the callous southern American tradition of slavery and racial profiling….

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