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Why We Need to Say Goodbye to Work

This article is an excerpt adapted from James Livingston's new book titled No more Work: Why Full Employment is a Bad Idea where he argues that although work has been a central part of our lives believed to be critical in character development and...
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2017-08-11 18:29:41

Secondary Source Review

Quote: When the story begins, Daviss journalistic-like narrator records that Wolfe has already lost the strength and instinctual vigor of a man; his muscle are this, his nerves weak, his face (a meek womans face) Haggard, and yellow with consumption.
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2017-08-11 08:10:06

Toulmin Method of Argument

Warrant, also known as a bridge is a rational connection between supporting facts and the claims; explaining how or why the data backs the claims, the core assumptions that links the data to the claim. A rational connection, the manner at which th...
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2017-08-12 11:44:51

Silent Voices

Going through the poems Let America be America Again, Harlem, Open Letter to the South, and Theme for English B, it is evident that Langston Hughes uses his speakers to relate to the major themes which a was significant to the time frame of the po...
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2017-07-14 12:43:10

Sentence Combination

Marilyn Monroe was born in Los Angeles a town which is a home to many stars. She was loved by many fans who never knew how unhappy her personal life was.
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2017-08-11 08:07:21

The Lottery

The Lottery is a short story written by Shirley Jackson in 1948. It was severely criticized since it was first published in New Yorker magazine (Murphy, 123). Although it is considered by many to be the most famous work written by Shirley. The rea...
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2017-07-30 08:45:00

Theme of Solitude

Being alone never felt right. Sometimes it felt good, but it never felt right, said Charles Bukowski (Bukowski, 2016, p.123). The human being is a social being, for that reason, it depends on others for company, support, and emotional needs. No ma...
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2017-08-01 11:46:15

The Role of Migration in American Literature

American literature relates to the literary works that have been done in the United States. With migration in place, the immigrants and the migration system played a central role in shaping the literature of American books. These immigrants moved ...
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2017-08-02 11:18:28

Pride and Prejudice: Tintern Abbey

The poem depicted cases of pride and prejudice that are applicable to the contemporary world. William Wordsworth expressed his feelings about Abbey and his return to the area as one that is welcoming and full of potential of growth. The persona ha...
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2017-08-02 11:24:11

Feminism and Jane Austen

Jane Austen is one of the most prominent women of her time who had tremendous influence on how the women were perceived in the 19th century. During that time, women were considered to be unequal to men and often were oppressed in the social, polit...
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2017-08-06 11:29:07