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King Lear Essay

July 31, 2009

King Lear, follows the time old tradition in which children take advantage of the love and trust of their parents. In the world of action in King Lear, balance and symmetry in structure are apparent. Lear's banishment and disinheritance of Cordelia are paralleled not only by his exile of Kent, but also by Gloucester's banishment of Edgar (Eddy 15). In King Lear the main plot and the sub plot intertwine in such a way that you start to wonder if either of Lear's daughter's, Goneril or Regan, or Gloucester son Edmund have any respect for their fathers. Do they even care about their fathers or are they all about doing what is best for them? …

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Kate Chopin Essay

July 29, 2009

Kate Chopin’s “The Awakening”, focuses on the revolt of the main character, Edna Pontellier, against her role and position in society. As Edna awakens to her body, her senses, and her role as a woman in late nineteenth century America, she begins to challenge societal “laws” and traditions. Not only does she neglect her obligations to friends and family, but also she ignores society’s expectations of her as a woman of wealth and stature.

Edna senses the forces that ultimately drive her to the sea after a disagreement with her husband, Leonce, early in the novel. When Leonce demands that Edna come in from outside to retire, Edna begins to understand that he regards her as an object of possession. …

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TQM Research Paper

July 27, 2009

Introduction
The past two decades have witnessed the rise and fall of countless short-lived fads. Some have attracted a flurry of book, articles, and seminars; others have been completely discredited. Businesses have realized that there is a need to restructure their business practices and become more customer-focused. All recent business approaches and techniques have generally aimed at improving performance, increasing profits, gaining market share, and most importantly satisfying the customer who has become more educated and more demanding than ever. In the last two decades two organizational development models have dominated the business world for a considerable period of time namely Total Quality Management (TQM) and Business Process Reengineering (BPR)….

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British Airways Essay

July 27, 2009

British Airways (BA) faced diverse problems in 1980. Following World War II BA inherited numerous war veterans who brought their military mentality with them. BA initially formed through the merger of two government agencies. These two factors created an organization that provided the cut and dry service of taking off and landing on time. Nothing else mattered.

In the early 1970's BA turned profits. This caused neglect to foster amongst BA's overseers. During the 1970's, BA focused only on minimizing cost to the state. Like government agencies, BA had become extremely inefficient due to too many employees and too many managers. …

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Emma Essay

July 23, 2009

Although the story of Jane Austen’s Emma is centralised around the journey of her heroine who grows to maturity as she gains insight into her human follies, there are many other important themes and concepts which underlie the novel. Through this novel Austen provides an examination and insight into the class system of her era and challenges the preconceived attitudes of the conventions of society. Through her satire and irony Austen criticizes and mocks the manner in which high class society operates. Her intention was to create a microcosm of her own society by presenting the novel in her perspective within the small community of Highbury, by concentrating on this one small community Austen is able to focus and gain insight of her characters which she depends on as a driving force for the novel. …

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Emerson Essay

July 23, 2009

Ralph Waldo Emerson, considered the father of the American Literary Renaissance, wrote many essays to ultimately change the societal values surrounding him. In “Self Reliance”, Emerson conveys his philosophical idea that every individual has their own individual genius speaking universal truths. However this tends to be a hard to achieve with society imposing conformity, traditions, and institutions on society. “To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men, -that is genius”(19). Emerson values individuality and believed that thinking for one's self and trusting original ideas, help reach a universal truth that will ultimately benefit society as a whole. …

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NBA Research Paper

July 22, 2009

Many critics and fans around the world call it the NBA greatest show on earth. No other league around the world brings what the NBA’s game has brought every season. The greatest plays, games, dunks, players and passion for the basketball are reasons why the fans keep watching. The NBA’s style of playing the game has changed dramatically through the years. From the 1980’s to 2002, even though many aspects of the playing style have gone in to new era, NBA’s style of playing basketball kept its heart the same.

Professional basketball has usually kept its popularity with great stylish plays by the players. And style, which is defined as “the way in which something is said, done, expressed, or performed”, the league has maintained their unique game plays. The changes occurred when Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, and Magic Johnson changed the game during the 80’s to “guard dominantбп from боcenter domination” from the 70’s. …

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George Orwell Essay

July 22, 2009

Eric Arthur Blair, now more commonly known as George Orwell was born in India in 1903, and his father was an official in the Indian Civil Service. Throughout Orwell’s childhood he felt a deep sense of isolation, a factor to later influence his writing. In 1911 he was sent to a boarding school on the Sussex coast where he was distinguished by his poverty and intellectual brilliance.

He grew up a morose, eccentric boy and in 1953, wrote of his miseries in an autobiographical essay, ‘Such, Such Were The Joys.’ Orwell won scholarships to Winchester and Eton. He chose Eton and stayed from 1917 to 1921, and during this time published his first writing in college periodicals. Despite being offered a scholarship to University, Orwell became an Imperial servant at Burma in 1922, serving in a number of countries. …

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Marilyn Monroe Essay

July 21, 2009

Marilyn Monroe. When someone mentions this name, a beautiful blonde, glamorous, sexy girl who doesn’t look too clever would probably be the image that comes up in everyone’s mind, but is that the truth? Is that what she really was like or was it just an image created by the media? There are many opinions about the details of her life and many different rumours and theories about her mysterious death. But no matter to what truly did happened to her, this woman was one of the biggest influential person of the 20th Century to many people around the world. People have already had a definition of Marilyn as a Legend. It is unbelievable that this woman was born as a shy little girl who never knew who her father was because he left her mother even before she was born….

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Madame Bovary Essay

July 21, 2009

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert is the mid nineteenth century story of a French woman named Emma Bovary in bourgeois society, who passionately but recklessly pursues the splendid life that her imagination strains toward. She tries to fill her emptiness with books, with fantasies, with sex, and with things. This desire for more, and the difference between her illusion and reality, is what ultimately destroys Emma. The ball at Vaubyessard is the episode in which Emma’s discontent with her marriage is further enhanced by the magnificent display of luxury and by the exhilaration of the ball. The ball gives her a taste of the satisfaction of living her illusions, which makes her dread even more the tediousness of reality. Flaubert illustrates the evil effects of reading, the emptiness of romantic illusions, …

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