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    Analysis “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad

    Heart of Darkness is a novella written by British-Polish novelist Joseph Conrad in 1899. Marlow, the narrator of the novel tells his story to the friends on a ship on the River Thames. Marlow tells a narrative about his early life as a boat captain. While narrating his story, Marlow can be seen describing the […] More

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    Analysis and Critique of Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness”

    Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness has been analyzed and critiqued for its misrepresentation of the African race. Some critics have even gone so far as to say that the entire piece itself is racist. While Conrad was not solely answerable for the xenophobic image of Africa, his writing did appear to assist the stereotype of […] More

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    An Evaluation of the Rule of Joseph Stalin

    Following the dying of Vladimir Lenin in 1924, new powers slowly rose to switch him. One of those people was Joseph Stalin. Stalin was a younger revolutionary that fought for independence, and slowly rose by way of the ranks of the Communist Party, and have become the general secretary of the Communist Party in 1922. […] More

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    Abigail Williams in comparison with Adolf Hitler and Joseph McCarthy

    Arthur Miller’s character from The Crucible, Abigail Williams, was an attractive lady who had a maintain on people’s lives. She lied to guard herself and caused chaos for everyone within the city of Salem as a outcome of all the right people believed her. History repeats itself, and what Abigail has triggered and accomplished has […] More

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    A note on social criticism of novel Joseph Andrews

    Q Write a notice on social criticism as offered in guide I and guide II of this novel. This novel is basically a satire on mode of living of the social courses of 18th century. The most promising and strong options (as a means of social criticism) that one would possibly extract from the novel, […] More

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    Founding Brothers by Joseph J. Ellis: Report

    Joseph J. Ellis is a well-known historian. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from the college of William and Mary, and his masters and Ph.D. at the University of Yale. Ellis is currently a full time professor of the Commonwealth at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In addition to Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation Ellis […] More