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Literature Review about layered double hydroxides
In this review , many of the studies deals with the preparation of LDHs with divalent and trivalent in the brucite-like layers, containing intercalated drug, via three methods and characterization of these samples by different phisicochemical techniques for an advanced drug delivery systems , the experimental procedures t...
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The Effect of Classic Fairy Tales on Readers and the Society
For generations, children have delighted in the enchanted world of fairy
tales - the timeless kingdom of giants and dwarfs, princes and
princesses, fairies and witches. Fairy tales seem to be a favorite,
intimate, indispensable companion of children. Why can they remain so
popular among children for hundreds of years with...
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The Effectiveness of Religious Services in the Juvenile Justice System
Each year, thousands of Christians believers step into local short term
juvenile detention centers, long term committed facilities, group homes,
emergency shelters, and residential treatment facilities hoping to
fulfill the mandate to go visit those in prisoned found in the Book of
Matthew chapter 25: ``Then the righteous...
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Book Review of Positive Leadership by Kim Cameron
About the Author Kim Cameron is a professor of management and organizations at the
University of Michigan. He is coauthor of many books relating to
management. About 13 books become most famous among all his books.
Especially the `POSITIVE LEADERSHIP; become more popular among his
books. The effort, brevity and perspective...
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Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Intones among KFUPM Students
Many researchers studied the student’s intentions and perceptions of entrepreneurship. Some papers explained student’s interest in entrepreneurship based on personal characteristics like Ang & Hong (2000) Entrepreneurial Spirit among East Asian Chinese. In this research both Ang & Hong aimed to clarify the motivations and...
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Sonnet 76: Conflicts in Love
In William Shakespeare’s sonnet, “Sonnet 76”, the poet actually questions his ordinary and normal style of writing. He wonders if his writing can compete with other writings of that time. In his sonnets, the theme is normally his love or love itself. “Sonnet 76” deals with the conflict and the resolution of Shakespeare’s se...
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Segregation Through the Eyes of Henry Louis Gates, Alice Walker, and Brent Staples
Literary Essay on “in the Kitchen” by Henry Louis Gates, “Am I Blue” by Alice Walker, and “Just Walk on By” by Brent Staples The meaning of segregation is a disliking matter, all African Americans wanted was equal rights, no harm against them, and to be seen as one. Yet, the African race had to endure on changing th...
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Gareth Emulates the Code of Chivalry in King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table
It’s never easy having to work hard, but no good deed goes unpunished. In the novel King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table by Roger Lancelyn Green, Sir Gareth is the definition of determined and hard working. He goes from working as a kitchen scullion to fighting alongside King Arthur. As a noble knight of the round...
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The Murderer in Joe
“She sees the murderer in me, I thought,” (293). Joe starts as an innocent thirteen-year-old boy to a murderer within a short time period. Many may argue free will caused Joe to kill Linden Lark. But, a thirteen-year-old boy does not become a murderer overnight from his own choices and free will. Many actions of his prove f...
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The Guiding Light in "To Kill a Mocking Bird"
Being a single parent is challenging, but parental figures are essential to every growing child. In To Kill A Mockingbird, Atticus Finch has to balance spending time with his kids with his town and work duties. Harper Lee uses characters like Calpurnia, Aunt Alexandra, and Miss Maudie to illustrate how various members of th...
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An Analysis of Freedom and Adulthood in Michael Chabon's The Mysteries of Pittsburgh
The Mysteries of Pittsburgh by Michael Chabon is a novel that takes place the summer after college. The main character, Art Bechstein, had been through a lot in the past, like his mom passing away and Claire leaving. That is why he is hopeful that the summer brings a lot of happiness and freedom. Art quickly learns in the...
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Analysis of Sonnet #3 by Seamus Heaney
In Sonnet #3, Seamus Heaney writes about a memorable time he had with his mother. What makes this sonnet unique is not the changed rhyme scheme, but the memory he scribes. His memoir is about the time they peeled potatoes together, a memory that most will not connect as emotional; much less one we would remember if our moth...
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The Victimization of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice
In today’s society, people feel sorry for victims because they are sinned against more than they sin. In William Shakespeare’s play The Merchant of Venice, Shylock is at a loss in many ways. In the play, Shylock loses his family, who betrays him. Launcelot and Jessica leave Shylock for Christians. This makes the reader feel...
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A Summary of The Case for Good Taste in Children's Books by Meghan Cox Gurdon
In the article “The Case for Good Taste in Children’s Books”, by Meghan Cox Gurdon, the author strongly claims that many children and young adult literature are starting to offer darker content; this dark content includes such as a sexual, profane, wicked, and violent content, which damages many aspects of culture, and the...
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Analysis of Themes and Characters in A Northern Light
Grace under pressure and truth are the prevalent themes in A Northern
Light a mystery-romance novel set in the North Woods of New York in
1906. Jennifer Donnelly has created a story in which, weaved together,
are coming-of-age problems, loss, racial discrimination, and love, all
in two little towns in the Adirondacks. Inlet...
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Impact of HIV and Aids on Black Heterosexual Males
For Methods of Research, I was instructed to read a research article entitled, It’s an Uphill Battle Everyday. This article deals with the topic of HIV/AIDS particularly how it impacts Black heterosexual males. The purpose of this article is to evaluate how the intersection of race/ethnicity, gender, Socioeconomic Status (S...
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An Analysis of Gender Differences in The Great Gatsby
Throughout F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby, women are in nearly complete control of who they are married to and whom they decide to have affairs with. Daisy Buchannan and Myrtle Wilson both find men who are in some ways better than their original husbands. Only one husband seems to know anything about his wife...
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An Analysis of Michael Karwowski's Nature vs. Nurture: An End to the War?
Wars can be fought with mental weapons meaning you can use your head as the gun and your knowledge as ammunition, but in this article the weapon and ammunition used here is to put the war to an end where everyone is a winner. The author uses the media as an example to how society sees the debate between nature and nurture....
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Virginia Woolf's Idea of Freedom
“Lock up your libraries if you wish; but there is no gate, no lock, no bold that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” Virginia Woolf’s idea explains a common theme that often appears in dystopian literature. Woolf’s idea is demonstrated in Brave New World by Aldus Huxley and The Handmaid’s Tale by Margret Atwood. In Br...
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The Shapes of Fear in Arthur Miller's The Crucible
In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, there are several characters that are motivated by fear. The humongous fear is being accused of witchcraft. But there is also a fear of earning a bad reputation, which is where Judge Danforth plays a part in. Judge Danforth is an older man that is the judge of all the trials in Salem....
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The American Dream in Of Mice and Men
“The human heart has ever dreamed of a fairer world than the one it knows” – Carleton Noyes. What this quote means to me is that the heart desires for a world that is better and purer than the world it presently lives in. I agree with this statement because everybody always wants more than they can have their heart desires...
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When a Good Thing Goes Bad: The Demise of Lady Macbeth's Relationship with Macbeth
Writing a letter to his wife while returning from battle, Macbeth addresses his wife as his “dearest partner in greatness” (1.5.11) and his “dearest love” (1.6.67). They are deeply in love and they also have a bond of partnership. But, this partnership they share leads her control and influence him, “That I may pour my s...
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Grief Illustrated in The Raven and My Time
The feeling of grief is often depicted in many different forms/genres of art such as literature and paintings. In “The Raven”, by Edgar Allan Poe, the narrator is faced with many emotions including grief/sorrow/anguish/remorse/depression. In this poem, the narrator lost a loved one and has been struggling to overcome this...
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The Stunted Life of a Child Soldier
Child soldiers all over the world are being exploited and forced to
fight. The question is: can child soldiers reconcile with their
communities? Child soldiers are forced into militias and face inerasable
trauma. These young, impressionable kids cannot be thrust back into
their old communities like nothing has happened to t...
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The Perfect Hero in Beowulf
A perfect hero, someone considered as a defender for the weak ones. How is a perfect hero described, and how can an individual become a perfect hero. How does a perfect hero look like, how can it be described. Beowulf from the epic poem “Beowulf” exemplifies the traits of a perfect hero. But what happens to this hero, Beow...
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