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    A tale of two airlines case

    As Professor Roger McPherson’s wait to go through the security process a second time dragged on into its third hour on this Spring day in 2002, (all passengers had to be rescreened upon the discovery that one of the airport screening machines was unplugged) he was reminded of another delayed business trip and the role […] More

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    English – comparing 1984 & The Handmaid’s Tale

    In The Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood puts across the sense of mystery, things that were once there but are no more. She talks about ‘the pungent smell of sweat, shot through with the sweet smell of chewing gum and perfume’ which came from the girls who once watched the basketball matches that were ‘formally played […] More

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    Compare handmaids tale and 1984

    In The Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood puts across the sense of mystery, things that were once there but are no more. She talks about ‘the pungent smell of sweat, shot through with the sweet smell of chewing gum and perfume’ which came from the girls who once watched the basketball matches that were ‘formally played […] More

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    The Tell Tale Heart Essay

    In Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart”, the narrator claims that he is not “mad” but his behavior tells a different story. He is truly determined to destroy another male human being, not because of jealousy or animosity but because “one of his eyes resembled that of a vulture- a pale blue eye, with a film over […] More

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    Tale of Two Cities

    In the novel, “A Tale of Two Cities”, Charles Dickens says that the era of the French Revolution was an era of paradox. He also says that the period was so far like the present period. This mean that our era isn’t that different than the period of the French Revolution. This means that our […] More

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    ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ : Is He Truly Insane

    “The man denies that he is insane. He offers proof. Can you believe him?” (Poe, 22) This is one of the most intriguing lines in the short story ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ written by Edgar Allan Poe. This quote defines the whole purpose of the short story in fewer than two sentences. The whole story […] More

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    Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe

    The use of an unnamed first-person narrator in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” contributes to many purposes. Throughout this story, one may notice that the narrator is a little off, and seems to have a type of disorder. Right off the bat the narrator admits he is “dreadfully nervous” and has a disease. One […] More

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    Duality in The Tale of Two Cities

    A Tale of Two Cities stands out in the list of Charles Dickens’ compositions because the book is so different from anything he ever wrote. Novels that Dickens wrote before and after A Tale of Two Cities have been centralized around the Victorian culture, while A Tale of Two Cities takes place in Revolutionary France […] More

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    Tale of the Heike

    The Tale of the Heike depicts the struggle for power between two rival clans, the Taira and the Minamoto. The main events of The Tale take place from 1156 C.E., when the Taira first rise to power after the Hōgen Disturbance, to 1185 C.E., when the Minamoto clan defeat the Taira in the events of […] More

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    The Tale of Cupid and Psyche. Love Stories

    Love Stories Introduction             Virgil’s Aeneas and Dido is a love story that has been in existence for decades. It is about Dido, the queen of Carthage who falls in love with Aeneas, a Trojan soldier. In the story, it is evident that Dido has fallen for Aeneas since she finally confides in her sister […] More