Sunday, August 23, 2020
Friday, August 21, 2020
Ã¢â¬Å"Not the sparkling weapon battles the battle, but instead the heroÃ¢â¬â¢s heart. Ã¢â¬ (Proverbs Quotes) I concur with Proverbs, that the heroÃ¢â¬â¢s heart battles the battle since I accept that a legend can be a saint without utilizing a weapon. I accept that a legend is somebody that is intellectually solid and can lead, that it is demonstrating devotion to a mission, and that isn't surrendering in any event, when your general surroundings appears as though it has abandoned you. Bravery is being fit for being intellectually solid and can be a pioneer. In the sonnet A Man by Nina Cassian a man has lost an arm in while battling for his nation. The man realizes that he Ã¢â¬Å"shall just have the option to get things done by equal parts. Ã¢â¬ (Line 3) Even however Ã¢â¬Å"the manÃ¢â¬ has lost an arm he understood that he needed to Ã¢â¬Å"set himself to do everything with twice as much excitement. Ã¢â¬ The man perceives his impediments yet at the same time has the will in his psyche to push forward and live constantly life due to one minimal set back. Additionally, a little girl expounds on her mom, Ana, who is battling through malignant growth. AnaÃ¢â¬â¢s little girl says that despite the fact that she is experiencing malignant growth again Ã¢â¬Å"she gets up with a grin and still has the solidarity to be a mother to me. Ã¢â¬ This shows Ana is intellectually solid since she can think about her friends and family concerning another person they would probably surrender and not have any desire to manage the agony any more, particularly in the event that they have just experienced malignancy and it has returned. Furthermore, in the film Mulan, the principle character must be solid and assume her fatherÃ¢â¬â¢s position in the military to spare his life. She must be intellectually solid to manage everything that she may confront when she does battle. Instances of chivalry are when individuals, regardless of whether they are genuine individuals in motion pictures or characters out of books commit their lives to a mission. In the Odyssey, Odysseus goes on the mission of executing the Cyclops. He needs to go on this journey with the goal that he can secure the individuals in his town. He is a saint since he gave the Cyclops wine Ã¢â¬Å"so that he could taste the kind of drink he carried on his boat. Ã¢â¬ This shows he is a saint that goes on a journey since he needed to give the Cyclops wine so as to murder him once he got alcoholic. Another case of gallantry is Mulan the film. In the film Mulan, Mulan goes on a journey with the Chinese armed force to replace her dad since he was too wiped out to even think about fighting; therefor Mulan decided to take on the appearance of man to spare her fatherÃ¢â¬â¢s life. In the sections composed by AnaÃ¢â¬â¢s relatives, they all vibe that she is Ã¢â¬Å"strongÃ¢â¬ and that she has the Ã¢â¬Å"strength to continue each a regular. Ã¢â¬ AnaÃ¢â¬â¢s mission makes her a saint on the grounds that despite the fact that she experiencing a difficult time she never surrenders. Courage isn't surrendering when your general surroundings appears as though they have abandoned you. For in the sonnet A Man, he doesn't quit any pretense of carrying on with his life despite the fact that he has lost an arm. He has transformed this mishap into a positive. He accepts that Ã¢â¬Å"where the arm had been torn away a wing developed. Ã¢â¬ (Lines 17-18) I accept that this shows the man not surrendering in light of the fact that he could have effectively let his arm that was lost be what he centers around practically consistently yet rather makes it something worth being thankful for. The man Ã¢â¬Å"set himself to do everything with twice as much eagerness. Ã¢â¬ Also, Ana, a disease quiet needs to remain solid for her family. The main thing shielding Ana from surrendering is her caring family. AnaÃ¢â¬â¢s girl expresses that her mom says Ã¢â¬Å"keep going; continue onward, similar to a monster watchman heavenly attendant over the thundering group. Ã¢â¬ (Piece 3-lines 5-6) Lastly in Moco Limping, a pooch named Moco had a dead leg. Moco needs his proprietor to adore him as much as he cherishes him. Ã¢â¬Å"I feel his warm hide and his defect is overlooked. Ã¢â¬ In present day life the mainstream society causes everything to appear as on the off chance that you donÃ¢â¬â¢t get notoriety for it, at that point it isn't significant. Courage isnÃ¢â¬â¢t about the popularity and fortune, itÃ¢â¬â¢s about accomplishing something for another person or only for yourself; implying that a saint is somebody that is fearless and has honorable characteristics. Being a legend can be as basic as sparing oneÃ¢â¬â¢s feline from a tree, hauling a pooch out of an entire, or in any event, battling a ghastly illness like disease. At the point when you have the determination and the mental fortitude to plan something for help another person or ensure them you could be viewed as that personÃ¢â¬â¢s saint. You can't be sure whether you are a saint until you accomplish something chivalrous. All through the way toward dissecting these gallant characteristics I have understood that a saint can be an ordinary individual in regular day to day existence. In the event that I am ever given the assignment to ascend and turn into a saint like the individuals and things I examined I trust I will have the fearlessness like my characters did.
Sunday, July 12, 2020
First Page Perfection This is a guest post from James Crossley. He has been a bookseller on the corporate internet and in real-life independent stores. He prefers the latter and also likes writing for the Message in a Bottle blog and the Northwest Book Lovers website. He is not on Twitter, but could be convinced to join. Hes easy that way. _________________________ Are you the type to fall in love at first sight? Im not, but I do it sometimes anyway. Mostly with books. What makes it happen? Well, shapely plots and well-fleshed characters can draw me in slowly, but its playful, expressive language that forges an instant connection. Like when I picked up a copy of Brian Doyles The Plover in a store the other day. I started leafing through it to see what it was about, read the first two paragraphs, and then stopped. Not to put it back, but to go find anything else I could that he had written. That brief exposure alone was enough to tell me that he and I were going to be spending an awful lot of time together. I brought home my pile of books, ran through the rest of The Plover, and kept going with the rest of his work. The spark we had most definitely turned into a flame. Not to say that everythings perfect between us. As charming as he is, as ingratiating and observant and celebratory of the vast diversity of life in all its wonderful and terrible aspects, he can be a little too relentless about it. The wit, the cute remarks, the sheer depth of feelingnow and again you want to ask him (politely) to just shut up. Not forever, but for a little while. Time apart is good in a relationship, I think, and only makes it stronger. Doyle and I arent done yet. Of course, not every book that hits my heart hard and fast becomes a longtime companion. Im thinking now of a whirlwind romance I had recently with Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell. We met in the YA section, of all places, and I dont mind admitting that the cover, darker and moodier than most of the candy-colored stuff around it, was what first attracted me. I was truly smitten by the opening line, though: On the morning of its first birthday, a baby was found floating in a cello case in the middle of the English Channel. How do we know that its a special occasion for this anonymous orphaned infant with hair the color of lightning? Well, because of the red rosette pinned to her front, which read, 1! She is soon rescued by a scholar, and since it is a scholars job to notice things, he correctly points out that the child is either one year old or she has come first in a competition. I believe babies are rarely keen participants in competitive sport. Shall we therefore assume it is the former? Reader, I swooned and took Rooftoppers back to my place immediately. It didnt last, Im sorry to say. Rundells sparkling prose doesnt flag, but the plot peters out partway through and the whole thing comes to an abrupt and unsatisfying end. Ill always have fond feelings for it, though, and if Rundell and I run into each other again in the stacks Ill be happy to see her there and hear what she has to say. You never know, we may both have grown a little and pick up right where we left off. And even if we dont, I wont chalk up what went on between us as a failure. If nothing else, it served as a reminder that you never know where, when, or how a real literary relationship will start. As such, Im keeping my eyes open. Just now I spotted an elegant spine on the science shelf. It turned out to belong to a gorgeous little number called Things That Are, a collection of essays about the natural world by a debut author named Amy Leach. I opened it randomly, and the first thing I read was this: In the seventeenth century, his holiness the Pope adjudged beavers to be fish. I ask you, how can you not fall in love with that? Sign up to Unusual Suspects to receive news and recommendations for mystery/thriller readers. Thank you for signing up! Keep an eye on your inbox.
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Nudism as a Deviant Subculture Katie Heindel SOC 429 October 19, 2010 Nudism as a Deviant Subculture Introduction Nudism is a social and sexual phenomenon in America that has been gaining a significant following since the early 1930Ã¢â¬â¢s. This phenomenon was first introduced to American culture by a German immigrant named Kurt Barthel. (Hartman, Fithian and Johnson 1991) Since then, nudism has expanded to all parts of the country. From nude beaches and resorts to nudist camps, many are starting to partake in this liberating way of life. Despite the many followers of the nudist movement, many would classify nudists as a deviant subculture. Fischer (1995) defines a subculture as, ...a large set of people who share a defining trait,Ã¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦In the early 1900s several papers were published that advocated the idea that the human body was not sinful or obscene. The first nudist colonies were opened in Germany around 1903, and grew into popularity during the 1920s. The Germans seemed to be the pioneers of the Naturism movement. In the 1960s Germans vacationing along the Mediterranean coast in France began nudist colonies, and nudist beaches and nudist resorts grew in popularity there. The movement came to North America in 1929 when a German immigrant named Kurt Barthel opened a colony in the United States. In the early days of the movement in America, nudism became associated with family values and alcohol was prohibited from all activities. (Hartman et al. 1991) Despite the attempt to associate high moral standards with the nudism movement it was subjected to harassment and misunderstanding due to the fact that America saw nudism as a sexual and even pornographic activity. Over the past three decades this largely changed. Nudist vacations became more common, and nudism lost some of its social stigma. Nudism became less restrictive as well and clothing optional gatherings became more common. Topless beaches also became popular, and the organized nudist movement made strides in erasing the negative perception of nudism. (Bell and Holliday 2000) References
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Living Together Before Marriage As the rate of divorce soars and as increasing numbers of marriages disintegrate, living together has become the popular alternative to many people in north America. Expersts estimate that roughly 2.2 million people are currently sharing bed and board in a live-in arrangement, this is approximately 1% of the total population.(Family. Comptoms Encyclopedia. 1992 ed.) Living together, more formally known as non marital cohabitation, is an emerging lifestyle. In fact, More than one fourth of all unmarried couples living together in the early 1980s were between 25 and 34 years old, and an additional 19 percent were 45 and over.(Todays Families.Detroit Free Press 18 October 1995: B17.)Ã¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦In many cases, living together can have many legal and economic benefits. Living together is conducted with minimal legal interference, therefore if the relationship fails, separating is quick, unhampered by legal details. It would be wrong to think that all people living are free from legal interference. In most provinces only short term relationships are unaffected by existing legislation. Couples who have cohabited for several years have significally more legal rights and responsibilities, depending on their place of residence. Several provinces have recently introduced laws that give non-marital cohabitors certain legal rights (Carter, Sharon. Trial Marriage. Ladies Home Journal 14 (May 1993): 12-13.) It is important that couples understand the legal ramifications of living together. Those who wish to avoid the legal liabilities of living together or wish to establish property rights or other responsibilities should enter a cohabitation agreement with their lover. Furthermore, a couples finical situation may discourage thoughts of marriage. Some people may be trapped on a minimal income and may be forced to choose between marriage and income due to benefits or pensions from former or deceased spouses that may be discontinued if that individual gets remarried. Rather than marry and impoverish their incomes, a number of couples choose to cohabit and pool their financial resources.(Pearce, Jack M.Show MoreRelatedLiving Together Before Marriage1475 Words Ã |Ã 6 Pagesgetter- Your daughter of 26 is fast approaching the average age for marriage in the United States. One day she tells you that she and her boyfriend are thinking about living together, and she wants to know if you think this is a good idea. What do you say? What is the informed response? 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Subject = European History Essay title = Caesar and Naopoleonpapers = NapoleonBonapartes success as a military leader and conqueror can also be seen inanothergreat leader, Julius Caesar. Both Napoleon and Caesar achieved great glorybybringing their countries out of turmoil. It was Caesar, that Napoleonmodeled himselfafter, he wanted to be as great, if not greater than Caesar. Looking to the past, Napoleonknew what steps to take in order to achievesuccessNapoleon devoured books on the art of war. Volume after volume ofmilitarytheory was read, analyzed and criticized. He studied the campaignsof historys mostfamous commanders; Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Frederickthe Great and his favoriteand most influential, Julius Caesar (Marrin 17). JuliusCaesar was the strong leader for the Romans who changed the course ofhistoryof the Greco Roman world decisively and irreversibly. Caesar was able tocreatethe Roman Empire because of his strength and his strong war strategies(Duggan 117). Julius Caesar was to become one of the greatest generals,conquering the whole of Gaul. In 58 BC, Caesar became governor and militarycommander of Gaul, which includedmodern France, Belgium, and portions ofSwitzerland, Holland, and Germany west of theRhine. For the next eight years,Caesar led military campaigns involving both the Romanlegions and tribesin Gaul who were often competing among themselves. Julius Caesarwas a Romangeneral and statesman whose dictatorship was pivotal in Romes transitionfromrepublic to empire (Duggan 84). Caesars principles were to keep his forcesunited; to be vulnerable at no point, tostrike speedily at critical points;to rely on moral factors, such as his reputation and thefear he inspired,as well as political means in order to insure the loyalty of his allies andthesubmissiveness of the conquered nations. He made use of every possibleopportunity toincrease his chances of victory on the battlefield and, inorder to accomplish this, heneeded unity of all his troops (Duggan 117). From the time that he had first faced battle in Gaul and discovered hisown militarygenius, Caesar was evidently fascinated and obsessed by militaryand imperial problems. He gave them an absolute priority over the more delicateby no less fundamental task ofrevising the Roman constitution. The needin the latter sphere was a solution which wouldintroduce such elements ofauthoritarianism, which were necessary to check corruptionand administrativeweakness (Grant, Caesar 61). The story of all his battles and wars has beenpreserved in Caesars writtenaccount, Commentaries on the Gallic Wars, originallypublished in 50 B.C. For thisperiod, Caesar is the only existent sourceproviding first-hand descriptions of Britain. While no doubt self-servingin a political sense when written, Caesars account isnevertheless regardedas basically accurate and historically reliable (Frere 68). Caesar wasappointed dictator for a year starting in 49 B.C., for two years in 48B.C.,for ten years in 46 B.C. and finally dictator for life in 44 B.C. Taking overasDictator for life, enabled Caesar to gain unrestricted power. He wasable to run a strongmilitary and even though he was considered only a dictatorhe wrote laws that actuallymade him have the same powers as a king. Theconspirators saw the problem that hadarised and so they planned the murderof Caesar on the Ides of March. Caesar was killedand there was another triumvirate(government ruled by three) formed. Caesar was astrong military leader thathad showed strength and courage to take over the town and hewas able to forma civilization that was strong militarily and politically (Grant, Caesar187). Savion Glover Essay Paper Research PaperNapoleon and Caesar took their struggling nations out of turmoil andgavethem order, and for that the people loved them. Caesar put an end tothe Gallic and Civilwars that Rome was involved in, with that, he enteredinto power . Napoleon took Franceout of the French Revolution by overthrowingthe then government, the Directory. Napoleon instated a new government theConsulate and crowned himself first Consul andthree years later, Consul forlife, Caesar became all powerful when named dictator for life. Both men knewin order to be a successful leader, they had to have the full support of themilitary. Power and territory were increased, because there armies were always thebiggestand responsible for putting down any revolts that might occur. Caesar introducedpropagandaand Napoleon followed his lead. Favorable accounts were written whichprovedto give them a political edge, and the support of the people. Caesar was afriendof his people and gave many lands to his soldiers and to the poor,he built bridges, roadsand waterworks. Napoleon was also civil in the beginningof his reign, abolishingserfdom, passing laws and granting universal malesuffrage. Both men were well likeduntil they abused there powers and privileges. They fell for the same reason, too muchpower. Caesar was murdered becausehis role as dictator came to close to being a kingand Napoleon did not knowwhere to draw the line and his army eventually turned againsthim. NapoleonBonaparte was able to rise to power because of another great generalthatcame before him, Julius Caesar. Napoleon was a success because he looked tothepast, and emulated Caesar; he built up his army, conquered most of Europe,became adictator for life and eventually fell from power, because like Caesar,he did not knowwhere to draw the line. BIBLIOGRAPHYCarlyle,Thomas. The French Revolution Complete and Unabridged. New York:RandomHouse, Inc., 1837. Castelot, Andre. Napoleon. New York: Harper ; RowPublishers Inc., 1971. Duggan, Alfred. Julius Caesar A Great Life in Brief. New York: Borzoi Books,1996. Ellis, Peter Berrsford. Caesars Invasionof Britian. New York: New YorkUniversity Press, 1978. Frere, Sheppard. Britannia: A History of Roman Britain (3rd edition). London:Routledge Kegan Paul, 1987. Grab, Walter. The French Revolution The Beginning ofModern Democracy. London: Bracken Books, 1989. Grant, Michael. JuliusCaesar. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1969. Grant, Michael. Caesar. Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, 1975. Herold, J. Christopher. TheAge of Napoleon. New York: American HeritagePublishing Co., Inc., 1963. Herold,J. Christopher and Marshall B. Davidson. The Horizon Book of The AgeofNapoleon. New York: American Heritage Publishing Co., Inc., 1963. Lawford,James. Napoleon The Last Campaigns 1813-1815. New York: CrownPublishersInc., 1977. Marrin, Albert. Napoleon and The Napoleonic Wars. 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Thursday, April 23, 2020
The particular features of the peopleÃ¢â¬â¢s life within the definite country depend on the effective and ineffective policies implemented by the PresidentsÃ¢â¬â¢ administrations. Thus, everyday life of millions of people depends on the focus chosen by this or that President who is inclined to support the domestic economy or international image of the country.Advertising We will write a custom essay sample on The Effects of Three American PresidentsÃ¢â¬â¢ Administrations on ImmigrantsÃ¢â¬â¢ Families specifically for you for only $16.05 $11/page Learn More Furthermore, the effects of the PresidentsÃ¢â¬â¢ courses can be different in relation to the life of Americans and immigrants. The members of my family immigrated to the USA from China sixteen years ago. During this period, three American Presidents influenced the life of my family significantly. Thus, a lot of changes in the everyday social life of my family are caused by the definite changes in the courses and policies of Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barack Obama. The members of my family decided to migrate into the USA in 1997. This period was advantageous for coming to such an important decision because Bill Clinton supported the positive relations with China and revised the immigration laws. As a result, the period of ClintonÃ¢â¬â¢s Presidency is closely connected with the realization of ClintonÃ¢â¬â¢s policy goal to improve the partnership and foreign relations with China. The supported partnership was beneficial for the country, and the positive tendencies in the development of cooperation helped my uncleÃ¢â¬â¢s family to immigrate to the USA without significant difficulties. Being the representative of Democrats, Clinton concentrated not only on the economic and political issues but also on the realization of the social policies advantageous for the majority of population. The focus on the deficit reduction contributed to the decrease of the unemployment level that is why the adult members of my uncleÃ¢â¬â¢s family could find jobs easily. The associated positive feature was the ability to receive the unpaid leave up to 12 weeks regarding the family concerns according to the Family and Medical Leave Act (Benson). The first years in the USA were rather difficult for the family, and the opportunity to participate in different social programs supported the family significantly. In 2001, the family of my uncle felt comfortable living in the country and hoped for the further stabilization of the economy. The situation is changed with the beginning of George BushÃ¢â¬â¢s Presidency. The terroristic attack of the September 11 influenced all the aspects of the American life. It is a rather controversial point, but the development of the war on terror influenced the development of the social life extremely.Advertising Looking for essay on government? Let's see if we can help you! Get your first paper with 15% OFF Learn More T he attitude to immigrants in spite of their status or skin color changed significantly. Discrimination became the result of hidden pursuing immigrants. In spite of the fact my family belongs to the Chinese minority in the USA, the negative effects of discrimination were observed vividly. The process of recession characterized the economy of the country during the period of BushÃ¢â¬â¢s Presidency. The economic state of the uncleÃ¢â¬â¢s family became worse, and unemployment was the social problem which affected the life of my family as a lot of other families in the country. Some positive tendencies were observed when Bush focused on changing the tax policy (Rountree). The first results of the reforms affected the economic state of my family rather positively. However, the real positive changes in the social and economic status of my family are associated with the Presidency of Barack Obama. The year of 2009 became the successful year for my family, and we focused on all the refor ms and improvements connected with the AmericansÃ¢â¬â¢ social life. Much attention was paid to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act known as the Stimulus which was developed to respond to the economic recession in the USA and to overcome the increase in unemployment rates (Klein). The members of our family participated in the housing program, and the results of the project can be discussed as positive. Moreover, the fact that Obama concentrated on ecological projects also affected my family directly because several members of the family work in this sphere. Nevertheless, the ineffective health care reform did not provide my family with the expected advantages as well as the other population of the country. It is still a problem for my family to cover the health insurance costs. The effects of policies implemented by three American presidents on the family of Chinese immigrants are significant because any reforms associated with the economic or social life influenced the pers onal life of the family members significantly. It is important to note that the most positive conditions for the development and progress are typical for the Presidency of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama when the Presidency of George Bush is closely associated with the period of recession in the economy and social life. The life of each family is based on the political changes in the country because political leaders are inclined to follow different courses and change the aspects of the social and economic life of millions of people. Works Cited Benson, Michael. Bill Clinton. USA: Twenty-First Century Books, 2003. Print.Advertising We will write a custom essay sample on The Effects of Three American PresidentsÃ¢â¬â¢ Administrations on ImmigrantsÃ¢â¬â¢ Families specifically for you for only $16.05 $11/page Learn More Klein, Edward. The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House. USA: Regnery Publishing, 2012. Print. Rountree, Clarke. George W. Bush: A Bi ography. USA: ABC-CLIO, 2010. Print. This essay on The Effects of Three American PresidentsÃ¢â¬â¢ Administrations on ImmigrantsÃ¢â¬â¢ Families was written and submitted by user Aleigha Nunez to help you with your own studies. You are free to use it for research and reference purposes in order to write your own paper; however, you must cite it accordingly. You can donate your paper here.