Samples "Book"


Who Moved my Cheese?

The book, “Who Moved my Cheese” by Johnson (1998) provides a unique insight into the way that people perceive their surroundings and situations as being permanent to the extent that they are unable to process change without fear and anxiety. Four characters make up the story and are aligned with...

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Book Review on Border Patrol Nation

Introduction Border Security has been the United States' biggest concern since the 9-11 incidents. A lot of laws have been formulated, drafted, enacted and enforced in order to reduce if not to curb the incidences of insecurity that arise through border porosity. These regulations have been enacted so that the...

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Who Rules America?

In his book Who Rules America? Domhoff (2013) examines the basis of power in contemporary America. He discusses several social, political, and economic groups and illustrates their roles in the governance of the United States. Domhoff contends that America is ruled by the power elite, a group which includes members...

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Reflection: Woods & Thomas

This paper will provide a reflection on several chapters of Woods and Thomas' How The Catholic Church Built Western Civilisation. It will focus on what I consider to be the most important parts of the chapters and, in doing so, will demonstrate that parts that have effected me most profoundly....

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Tom Golden, A Drought on Masculinity: The Impact on Boys (2014)

According to the author, what has happened to boys and girls as a result of promoting relational events over competitive ones? Tom Golden (2014) thinks that there has been a development in education that serves students badly. Golden seems to infer that the specific needs of boys are neglected in...

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The World Is Flat

First of all, one shall mention that “The World is Flat” which later on became a bestselling book, authored by Thomas Friedman focuses on the outcomes of globalization, given the context of the changing world these days. The metaphorical title implies on the aspects which make the world closes between...

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Masculinity in “The Loyal Subject” by Heinrich Mann

Heinrich Mann’s “The Loyal Subject” has been translated into a number of titles since it was released in 1918. Originally released as Der Untertan, which directly translates to “The Subject”, has also been translated into The Man of Straw, and The Patrioteer. It follows the life of a subject, Diederich...

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Book Report On Alexander Gordan Smith’s Lockdown: Escape From Furnace

Alexander Gordon Smith’s book Lockdown: Escape from Furnace is an exciting adventure story that is fast-paced and interesting. While it has a highly entertaining and exciting story line, the book also presents interesting commentary on social issues of teenage crime and punishment. Summary of Main Story Ideas Alex, the main...

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The Battle of the Nile – Book Review

Oliver Warner’s Battle of the Nile is an account of the critical sea battle at Aboukir Bay between the armies of Napoleon, and of the British under Nelson in August of 1798. The main objective of the British troops was to quell the ever-increasing power of the Napoleonic Empire. Napoleon’s...

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The Alchemist Essay

There are many important themes in The Alchemist that must be acknowledged. The author wrote a complex book in which he provided plenty of food for thought, putting significant and complicated characters into the book’s ecosystem. With this in mind, one of the most important themes in the book is...

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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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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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