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Blue Book Proper Citation

A proper bluebook posting for the US Supreme Court, should reflect in this order: first party, v for versus, second party, reporter volume, reporter abbreviation, first page of case, specific page referred to and finally the date of the decision. Town of Greece, N.Y. v. Galloway, 134 S.Ct. 467 (Mem)...

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Book Review: Race, Segregation and Land Use

Part 1: Ancestries When viewed positively, differences between people can be leveraged for the good of society but when considered negatively, they invoke conflict that has historically pitted man against man in areas of politics, economics and even existence in specific geographic spaces. In relation to geographic space or specifically...

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Summary of “Triangle: The Fire that Changed America”

On March 25, 1911 at approximately 4:30 P.M., a fire began at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company that would kill 146 personnel in less than fifteen minutes. This event is one of history’s finest examples of a tragedy that could have been easily avoided. The women employed by the Triangle Shirtwaist...

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The Shining Thread of Hope

Introduction The Shining Thread of Hope is book outlining the social relationships of men and women in the ancient America. The clearly outlines and postulates the ways through which women have contributed to the historic development of America in the past. Sociologically the book critically analyzes the status of women...

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Gateway To Freedom Book Report

The Underground Railroad has become mythic in American culture. This was the vague means by which anti-slavery supporters assisted slaves desperate to be free, taking many forms. The reality of this complex system, understandably never defined in its time, has been largely unexplored. In Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden History of...

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Erasure

The novel, Erasure, by Percival Everette, is an interesting and thought-provoking narrative about African American identity and literature. It explores the main character, Thelonious “Monk” Ellison and his literary work, which serves to erase the negative stereotypes of the black experience. Thus, he attempts to discover his own racial identity...

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The Green River of Kentucky Review

Helen Crocker’s The Green River of Kentucky exists, in a sense, as two books. On one level, it is a careful and researched presentation of the subject, and how it has been alternately respected, exploited, and preserved from the 18th century to the 1970s. On another, the work is a...

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The Book of Sand by Borges

The Book of Sand by Borges provides the ground for a variety of interpretations. Namely, the author does not state his ideas or opinions explicitly in his story, therefore, the latent messages that are embedded in the story can be decoded in a number of different ways. One of the...

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Analysis of Christine de Pizan in The Book of the City of Ladies

The Book of the Coty of Ladies was authored by Christine de Pizan which was originally written in French but later translated to English. In this book, Christine de Pizan uses the Latin style conventions and syntax with the French prose. The author creates an allegorical city of ladies in...

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Farewell to Manzanar

Farewell to Manzanar (2002) is a book written by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and her husband, James D. Houston. Being first published in 1973, the book describes an experience of Japanese Americans throughout their imprisonment at the Manzanar Camp, created due to the United States government’s policy during World War II....

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Response to Daniel Siegel’s Brainstorm

Daniel Siegel in his book, Brainstorm - The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain explores, the mind and behaviors of a person during his or her adolescence. In his book, he explains a number of concept among which I feel will influence my life in terms of behavior, life...

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The Grand Chessboard: Book Review

IntroductionZbigniew Brzezinki’s 1997 book The Grand Chessboard has been one of the most controversial readings in geopolitics. Written from the perspective of the person of influence and a part of the American political elite, it presents America as the hegemon of the world power and positively assesses its drive to...

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Book Review: The Little Book of Heartbreak

The purpose of this paper is to give an in depth review of: The Little Book of Heartbreak: Love Gone Wrong Through the Ages, which was written by Meghan Laslocky, the journalist, in 2012. This uplifting book comprises five different sections: History, Culture, Art and Music, Literature and Film, and...

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“The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri

The very title of the novel “The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri immediately makes us realize that the name of the protagonist will have special significance to his life and to the plot of the story. Gogol was called after an outstanding Russian writer due to a sequence of accidents. They...

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Condorcet’s Theory Of Progress And The Reality Of Life In Marquez, Marx And Malthus

One Hundred Years of Solitude is a strange book to act as a foil for a discussion of progress. It is a work that takes the view that history is cyclical and repetitive. Progress, on the other hand, maintains that history overcomes the errors of human elites and creates greater...

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Notes of a Native Son Summary

Notes of a Native Son is one of the seminal books in the career of James Baldwin. The essay itself is built upon the life of Baldwin, and is used as a means to tackle many themes of oppression and racism within America and Europe. The primary way in which...

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Kyle Longley. Grunts: The American Combat Soldier in Vietnam

The book in focus of this Essay is “Grunts: The American Combat Soldier in Vietnam” by Snell Family Dean’S Distinguished Professor. His s also a professor of history at Arizona University. Prof. Longley obtained his B.A., degree at Angelo State University in the year 1987. He obtained his Master of...

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Gay New York: Book Review

George Chauncey’s Gay New York gives the reader an excellent insight into how New York is constantly evolving. His cultural history of how this community grew and blossomed is written in an accessible and coherent style. Chauncey offers the reader a linear history, from 1840 – 1940. What is most...

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Analyzing the Prologue and Tale of the Wife of Bath

The Prologue and Tale relayed by the Wife of Bath both dictate a single important message, as inaccurate and untruthful as it may be: that a woman’s most prominent desire is to have complete control over their romantic partners. This message is first presented in the Prologue, as the Wife...

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