741 words - 3 pages of prescription drug Vixxo are being sued for wrongful deaths and pain and Exemplification Essay Eujenee Wilson suffering. Patients are claiming that the medicine caused heart attacks and strokes. Some are ligament cases, while many are not. Numerous patients had strokes and heart attacks before they started taking the medicine. But these same patients will try to get free money by blaming the company for something they already had. Rules are needed to establish when someone can qualify to be included and excluded in situations like this.Not all lawsuits are uncalled for. A little girl trips down the stairs at school. It obvious that it wasVIEW DOCUMENT
662 words - 3 pagesPets can be Friendly too Companionship, responsibility, happiness, and love are some of the results that come from a meaningful relationship. However, one can receive these rewards and many more from a different non-human source. Companion animals, namely cats and dogs, provide wonderful benefits that enhance many aspects of life. Ever since I was born, my family has shared the joys and responsibilities of owning a cat and/or a dog. So, naturally I have an intense love and appreciation for these domesticated animals. One of the ways my parents have taught me to be responsible is through the care taking of a family pet. I rememberVIEW DOCUMENT
738 words - 3 pagesHere I have the challenge of writing an essay. It is one of the things that I dread the most in life. Many times I have been asked to write an essay for English class, and each time I despise it. Yet it has proved to be an invaluable skill, as I am writing one now. Some of the many things that I have learned from writing essays and other projects are time management, open-mindedness, and taking time to relax."You should have done these weeks ago. You'll be sorry that you waited until the last minute to do this!" Mom's words prove true again and again. Time management is one of the most useful skills I learned from my twelve years in school. I used it in planning my VIEW DOCUMENT
1823 words - 7 pages"Veronika Decides to Die," is a novel by Paulo Coelho, a Brazilian writer with many inspirational works such as The Pilgrimage and The Alchemist. This novel begins in the city of Ljubljana; capital of Slovenia, its main character is Veronika, a young and beautiful girl of 24 years of age to whom the monotony of her life has led to suicide. Veronika was certain that at her age, she had achieved everything she wanted. She believed that the only thing that could be missing to live was the bad things of life. Veronika decided the best way to do it; it was by taking four packs of sleeping pills which after 5 minutes made her unconscious. Veronika woke up in Villete, an asylum established in 1991VIEW DOCUMENT
879 words - 4 pagesExemplification EssayEvery year my dad's side of the family gathers for a family reunion at my god-mother's house. My god-mothers house located far out in the warm, dry, deserted neighborhood in dusty Lemon Grove, where my family anticipates the grand event about to be rekindled once again, but I wasn't looking forward towards the event. With my family and friends about to be reunited with each other, each family member is trying not to notice how long the last kilometer will take. The trees along the road seem to crawl byVIEW DOCUMENT
2474 words - 10 pagesAntone S. PerreiraMetaphysicsEssay 2On Events: Individuation, Exemplification, and InstantiationWas Brutus's killing of Caesar a singular event, or in fact a plurality of events taken in context to one another? The concept, and ontological implications of answering this question are vast, and present philosophers with an array of possibilities in exploring the nature and metaphysical breadth of events. General consensus has been reached on the subject relative to the characterization of events as tropes, or property-instances; in essence, the realization of property-substanceVIEW DOCUMENT
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It's Diana's turn at the tiny glass window. Her face burns red with shame as she is handed her monthly check. Two small children tug at her dress, their stomachs growling from a day without food. She looks down at her two children, her face filled with pain and guilt. What had happened to their happy life? With just the stroke of the pen across a divorce decree, Diana and her children were thrust into the humiliation of the welfare line. For two years now, Diana has tried to get back on her feet, but with only a high school diploma, she can't find a job to support her family. Getting a college degree is her only way out, but her check isn't enough to afford daycare, so she'sVIEW DOCUMENT
563 words - 2 pagesWhat is road rage and why should you care about it? Who are the offenders? What inspires their irrational outbursts of rage? Who is effected by this behavior and how?Today many people develop dangerous driving habits such as road rage, aggressive driving, speeding, improper or lack of turn signal use, improper passing, parking improperly, talking on a cell phone, impoliteness and other various distractions. However, I am going to focus on Road Rage. Road rage is a continuing problem not only in the United States, but in all countries where people who have tempers drive. Too often, we only focus on roadVIEW DOCUMENT
1182 words - 5 pagesEvery individual has a unique composite of values and is readily presented with contrasting choices in their daily lives. As individuals act on these choices, they are sometimes presented with a conflict of interest between the beliefs they hold and the actions they commit.
Such internal conflict is defined by Leon Festinger as cognitive dissonance: “a psychological state in which an individual’s cognitions—beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors—are at odds” (Bloom, Santos, & Egan, 2007, p. 978). Sendhil Mullainathan and Ebonya Washington (2009) describe cognitive dissonance as “the internal need for consistency” (p. 86). Mullainathan and Washington exemplify cognitive dissonance as occurringVIEW DOCUMENT
1083 words - 4 pagesRoad RageRoad rage can be defined as violent behavior exhibited by drivers in traffic. Most people consider road rage a dangerous habit to practice. It is believed that many people resolve to road rage because of a manifestation of stress. A core belief of mine is that everyone is guilty of some sort of road rage, whether tailgating someone or driving too aggressively due to someone else's mistake or temper. Unfortunately, many drivers today have dangerous habits.The first time I had been exposed to road rage, was when I was ten years old. My mother and I were driving down a heavily congested interstateVIEW DOCUMENT
1200 words - 5 pages In 1995 Scotty Thurman was on top of the world. Thurman led the Arkansas Razorbacks to a NCAA basketball championship with one great performance after another. After this miracle season, Thurman made a decision that would change his fortunes. Rather than come back for his senior year and get his degree, he elected to make himself eligible for the NBA draft. With a NCAA championship under his belt, Thurman was confident he was ready for the NBA, but NBA scouts had different ideas. Thurman could only sit and watch the draft from start to finish. Today Thurman finds himself without a college education and still chasing his NBA dream in the Continental Basketball Association. With nothing leftVIEW DOCUMENT
949 words - 4 pagesWhat’s that you say Doctor? I’ve got cancer… That doesn’t sound good, and by the way that you’re telling me, it’s probably worse than that. Well, I knew that this day was coming… Doctor? I don’t know why, but I’m not as upset by this news as I thought I would be – but I do know one thing, I don’t want it to hurt.
What will “Fred” choose to do? What is Fred allowed to do? Fred had his mind wrapped around the idea of his death years ago, but who can be completely ready for the moment when we hear the news that our life will be over soon? In our existence, what greater event besides birth can compete with death? Most of us have pondered the circumstances of our own death, what we’dVIEW DOCUMENT
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We have based the very existence of our country on the belief that complete separation of church and state is best for the church and is best for the state. However, throughout history the roles between religion and American public life remain interwoven and continue to shape our beliefs and values.
In order to begin to understand the role of religion in American public life, one must first recognize that religion is present in many aspects of one's life. Even though the United States' Constitution provides for separation of religion and government, most aspects of government include religion as a basis for its operating procedures. The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives beginVIEW DOCUMENT
1025 words - 4 pages College life brings many thoughts to mind friendships, football , pizza, late nights, parties, fraternities, sororities, as well as racial discrimination, binge drinking, hazing and dying. The latter part of this list may not come naturally to most people, but they are frightening realities of the Greek system. Parents send their children to college assuming they will be in a safe, educational environment while enjoying all the benefits campus life has to offer, including fraternities and sororities. They do not expect a phone call in the early hours of the morning notifying them of their child's death. Since March of 2000, over 60 people have died in events associated withVIEW DOCUMENT
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Are young people in today's society enamored with themselves? Do they care about others? Are they unfeeling; show little or no interest or emotion; unresponsive, indifferent; passionless or void of feeling? What is the cause or reason for apathy in young folks today that wasn't there a hundred years ago? Quite possibly it is a lack of mental stimulation. As responsible citizens of the United States, we should decide to not put up with indifference but encourage young people to get involved in their communities and to be concerned about what is going on in the government and around the world. We must not encourage the apathetic attitude that is creeping in on our young people today becauseVIEW DOCUMENT
717 words - 3 pagesThousands of people are killed in car accidents every year. There are an assortment of reasons why; from driving drunk to even falling asleep at the wheel. The main reason that most people are killed in car accidents each year is because most people have very bad driving habits, and the main of these people are teenagers. Many teens believe themselves to be immortal, so they feel they can do anything and nothing will go wrong, or hurt them. The three worst habits teens have are road rage, poor grasp on safetyVIEW DOCUMENT
680 words - 3 pages though that fateful day in third grade an ignorant boy adds a disappointing definition of the word to her vocabulary.
Throughout "Mommy, What Does Nigger Mean?" Gloria Naylor argues effectively with exemplification and refutation to prove her ideas that reality influences language and vice versa. Gloria's continued use of exemplification all through the body paragraphs of the argument work to engrave the idea of reality influencing language. In the essay Naylor describes the word as being used in family life often and never with the definition of racial prejudice. The examples confirming this claim are definitions and explanations of that word being used in many ways such as reputationVIEW DOCUMENT
1302 words - 5 pages materialistic things in order to live a better, more sound, and overall healthier life. To develop this purpose, Eighner utilizes juxtaposition, exemplification, and definition.
The author juxtaposes the rich and poor with those in between in order to convince the audience, the middle class, that they should follow in the footsteps of both those richer and poorer than them in order to cease their materialistic attitudes. Near the end of the essay, Eighner states, “I think this is an attitude I share with the very wealthy—we both know there is plenty more where what we have came from. Between us are the rat-race millions who have confounded their selves with the objects they grasp and who nightlyVIEW DOCUMENT
1039 words - 4 pages what degree she had felt loyal to her original country; by emphasizing the things she had wanted to do after she became educated in America, she proves to her audience that she is an effective speaker and that her subject can and should be listened to.
The author begins using exemplification later in her argument. For example, she states, “’I feel used,’ Mira raged on the phone the other night...’If America wants to make new rules curtailing benefits of legal immigrants, they should apply only to immigrants who arrive after those rules are already in place.’” This entire phone conversation is used to lead the reader into the main argument: immigrants should not be forced to conform toVIEW DOCUMENT
674 words - 3 pagesWhat makes an essay good? There are many elements that go into a well written comprehensible paper. A quality essay contains elements such as description and detail, thesis statement, exemplification, irony, and knowledge of your audience. A good essay is one that grabs the imagination of the reader. Anyone can write a quality essay following simple guidelines and steps.I think that description and detail are one of the most important elements in writing an essay. If you have good description and supporting details you will develop and present a word picture for your reader. This makes for a far more interesting story. In ?Thirty Eight Who Saw Murder Didn?t Call The Police?, theVIEW DOCUMENT
818 words - 3 pages the insufficient funding of education, result in shortage of qualified teachers, leading to the failure of the education system. In addition, Moore discusses about the rise of Corporate America, which is another factor corrupting the education system. To get funding from Corporate America, schools diminish the time students have in class, by making students watch advertisements from businesses and help businesses conduct research during class time. Throughout his excerpt, Moore uses exemplification, surprising statistics, rhetorical questions, and simple but clear reasoning to effectively express his ideas and convince readers of his arguments.
One strategy Moore uses in his excerpt isVIEW DOCUMENT
1440 words - 6 pages, out-of-class support, course design, methodology, and assessment should be evaluated (Mo, 2005). However, to evaluate everything relevant is unrealistic. Priorities should be set and the type and timing of data collection should be planned (Dudley-Evans & St. John, 1998).
One can collect data from three different sources. In the first instance, one should identify any gaps that have been left in the realization of the course objectives. Are the students able to use grammar, punctuation, and study skills to produce a cohesive and coherent paragraph based on cause and effect, and exemplification? Secondly, one should develop a questionnaire to collect students’ perceptions on courseVIEW DOCUMENT
775 words - 3 pagesWithin his criticism of Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Gregory Fowler uses examples from both the book and Mark Twain’s own life to discuss the different ways in which racism has morphed. Instead of analyzing The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn critically and solely, Gregory Fowler critically analyzes parts of the book and its effect to prove the different ways in which slaver morphs through the uses of allusions, exemplifications, and anecdotes.
Fowler’s opening paragraph consists of an exemplification that immediately supports his opening sentence. He uses Mark Twain’s experience in Versailles, told in The Innocents Abroad, to prove how people tend to focus on what is theVIEW DOCUMENT
649 words - 3 pages atrocities. Not to mention that the war that the country is gearing up for does not play a major role. Throughout the novel the fear of war is ever present to Montag and the full extent of it is seen when the city is destroyed by enemy bombers. However, the theme of “ignorance is bliss” is shown quite well during the scene in which Montag challenges his wife’s friends ignorance to the outside world. In both tales the citizens of the city are unable to think for themselves and are easily manipulated to do whatever their televisions command. Another exemplification of their mindlessness is when they are commanded to search for Montag. They unquestioningly believe that there is no war simply becauseVIEW DOCUMENT
595 words - 2 pagesNina HackettExemplification essayWhile physician assisted suicide is a much discussed and argued topic, I would like to present my reasons for believing that it should be legal and accepted. If a person is terminally ill, and there is suffering or no quality of life, I believe that it is their right to decide to end their life in a dignified manner. When we take away the last decision people can make for themselves we are stripping them of this dignity. I believe that humans are notVIEW DOCUMENT
588 words - 2 pages of its exemplification of the deep-rooted Japanese values of commensality.
To confirm their belief, the authors collected data by means of free listing, interviews, or simply practicing naturalistic observations in several Japanese cities including Mizusawa, Morioka, and Tokyo. The authors found that Japan had long had its own fast food culture as long ago as 1899, when a Japanese food chain, Yoshiniya, was established. In recent years, conveyer-belt sushi shops took the lead in the Japanese fast food industry because of the convenience they offer. The definition of “fast food” was not specified in this study; rather, it was open to interpretation and hence varied from informants toVIEW DOCUMENT
1122 words - 4 pages, cause and effect, and exemplification to emphasize her belief that there are more than one proper way (proper English) to communicate with each other. Tan hopes her audience to understand that the power of language- “the way it can evoke an emotion, a visual image, a complex idea, or a simple truth”- purposes to connect societies, cultures, and individuals, rather than to rank our intelligence.
Growing up in a bilingual family, Tan can hardly escape from encountering phrases such as “limited English” and “broken English” for countless times. She dislikes the phrases as she mentions, “it has always bothered me that I can think of no other way to describe it other than ‘broken,’ as if it wereVIEW DOCUMENT
914 words - 4 pages the Byzantine empire was a simple exemplification of the Roman Empire of which it was once a part of. This implementation of Roman techniques and styles can also be seen in the architecture of the Muslim world. One instance is the Dome of the Rock. One major difference that can be observed between the two is in artistic style. In the Byzantine World, holy images portrayed in art were used to create a sense that the person depicted, for example, Jesus, was present with the viewer. In the Muslim artistic tradition, the only time a human being could be portrayed in art is if the art was non-religious in nature. This difference reflects the divergent natures of the strict laws of Islam and theVIEW DOCUMENT
597 words - 2 pages, provides this question but leaves the answer in the reader's hands. The basis for this answer, however, is provided in Shinji, the protagonist, who even in the novel's most criticizing character's eyes, completely exemplifies a "get-up-and-go-man." Shinji's exemplification of this type of person, as I have come to understand, is what separates this novel from just another corny love story. It adds another level to the work, making it universal in audience, and not limiting its impact on those nose-blowing romantics. Mishima focuses on Shinji's character (and in effect the reader's as well) throughout the novel, making her answerless question clear and it's understanding simple.ShinjiVIEW DOCUMENT
757 words - 3 pages"The Case for Torture" by Michael Levin, presents excellent justification for the use of torture in situations of extreme desperation. Levin gives great arguments for the use of torture through clever wording and great exemplification. In supplement to the already great argument, he provides potential counter-arguments and proves why they are invalid. It is made very clear that he believes that torture is morally mandatory and makes great effort to sway the opinion of readers, provided they keep an open mind. Levin presents a great argument and presents the ideas in an organized fashion, but as with manyVIEW DOCUMENT
919 words - 4 pages during the times of prophets since they were obliged to plead their religion such as Jesus and his twelve apostles. In the second place, defending or getting holy places accoding to their religion has been valued as a sacred mission. Every one of nations with religional unity wants to have these regions. To illustrate, the purpose of Crusades was to get Jerusalem. Another exemplification is that since the construction of Kaba, Mecca's oblivions witnessed many wars to secure or protect Kaba which is holy in the religion of Islam.Second cause of warfare is economic. Money-oriented cause is the common one since money has been given the meaning of might since dark ages. First of all, everyVIEW DOCUMENT
723 words - 3 pages need for dominance, but succumbing to monetary lusts is the same reason Kurtz is the exemplification of Europeans efforts in Africa. Although Kurtz did horrible things in Africa, just as Europeans did all throughout Africa, he is viewed by Marlow with reverence. Conrad wants the reader to see that all men are capable of horrible things. Even though an action may appear good but notwithstanding are despicable.
793 words - 3 pages regards to inspection of genetically altered foods and the effects certain foods have on the environment. In the book The Jungle, and the documentary The World According to Monsanto, the appalling verities of the world are exposed to the public in a variety of fashions, including the use of ethos, pathos, and logos; the organizational techniques of narration and exemplification; and juxtaposition.
Appeals to credibility, logic, and emotion, fill both The Jungle and The World According to Monsanto in order to elicit a supportive attitude from the audience. In The Jungle, Upton Sinclair uses his research and past experience to mold a story that parallels the truths of the evils of theVIEW DOCUMENT
981 words - 4 pagesIn order to fully comprehend and appreciate the implication of literature and the power it has to elucidate upon life’s various facets, it is imperative to compare and contrast various works, which possess certain concepts and beliefs that are common. No Exit by Jean Paul Satre and Night Flight by Antoine De Saint-Exupery are two works of literature that share certain ideas and concepts, one of which is the exemplification of the different roles that men and women play in society and how they have been conformed to occupy certain positions. No Exit and Night Flight are two stories that explore the roles of men and women in society. However, a literary analysis and comparison of these twoVIEW DOCUMENT
641 words - 3 pages soon thereafter. Later, the Avignon Papacy - in which the Papacy was in France - and Great Schism - in which numerous, feuding Popes served concurrently - ensued. [Book p. 364-7]Surprisingly, the majority of conflicts arising from this lay not in the incredibility of the Church itself, but rather of Church practices. The traditional medieval thought of piety through the sacraments and extensive oral prayer were castigated by some who saw godliness as a more personal, inner feeling. A near-perfect exemplification of this "new piety" is mysticism, which involves a spiritual union with G-d through extensive reflection. Philosophically, many people deviating from the church were simplyVIEW DOCUMENT
934 words - 4 pages created a deadline and removed McClellan from the position. Abraham Lincoln is also recognized as, “Honest Abe.” For example, “As a young man, Abraham Lincoln worked as a general store clerk. One evening he was counting the money in the drawers after closing and found that he was a few cents over what should have been in the drawer. When he realized that he had accidentally shortchanged a customer earlier that day, Lincoln walked a long distance to return the money to the customer.” He was a genuine leader. He was also equitable and conscientious. Abraham Lincoln is an exemplification of what a great leader possesses. He had the motivation to create his honesty.
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976 words - 4 pages faces the true and harsh reality of life. People from outside his home who are not his family members and who he interact with do not treat him as a normal child. Strangers treat him with despise, fear and pity. Others make jokes about him, even going as far as referring to him as an alien because he looks strange and awkward. Many don’t want be associated with him because they don’t want to get the illness. This is an exemplification of the sad life that people with disability or those who are considered to be abnormal in the society experience. Very few people are willing to associate with them. They are treated differently and are often given strange looks.
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889 words - 4 pages ATP and in addition it allows one to see how ATP works in a small scope by using rabbit muscle. The physiological illustration can give the beginner a close view of actual in understanding the dramatic impact of force in just a small venue of a simple lab exercise. The application of choosing rabbit muscle for this exemplification is that rabbit muscle is effortlessly found and even easier to expose of. The fact that rabbit muscle fiber can be measured by the same force as human muscle fibers then therefore becomes notable to authentic comparability to such. The variables of the three different types of solution in ATP in distilled water introduce to the beginning learner of physiology aVIEW DOCUMENT
805 words - 3 pagesMary Shelley began writing “Frankenstien” with the intent of writing a story that frightens its readers. “Frankenstein” is a distinctive novel because it incorporates both Romantic and Gothic elements. In a deeper look at the characters, the role of scientific experimentation, and the settings of nature found in the book, you will appreciate how “Frankenstein” is a great model of both Romantic and Gothic exemplification.
Gothic novels often include highly emotional characters, tragic females and tyrannical males. Elizabeth, Frankenstein’s lifelong friend, is in distress; she is lonely and misses Victor. Elizabeth is the damsel in the story. She needs to be rescued from this unknown threatVIEW DOCUMENT
781 words - 3 pages empire; often a structure lent itself to manipulation by individuals who occupied its various administrative levels. All too frequently, historians have studied these structures with little mindfulness to their pliability, inspecting each and every exemplification of change as a specific case. This is very much how the Classical Age has been symbolized by numerous coexisting and modem scholars. The finest fulfillment of the Ottomans by the time of the Classical Age was constructing an empire with a executive administration that spread out beyond the immediate patrimonial realm. This empire was able to govern realistically a vast amplitude of territory, with diverse communities managed byVIEW DOCUMENT
754 words - 3 pagesForm, Style, and Content in Siddhartha
Joseph Mileck asserts in Hermann Hesse: Life and Art that Siddhartha is a perfect exemplification of what he calls, "conscious craftsmanship". For Mileck, Hesse consciously synchronized form and substance in Siddhartha to best illustrate a feeling of unity and the journey through the mind, body, and soul. In Siddhartha, Hesse consciously crafted a piece that is unified in form, style, and content, and created an atmosphere in which each one of these elements is perfectly complementary with the others.
In order to communicate most accurately the inner journey of Siddhartha through the three stages of experience, Hesse maintainsVIEW DOCUMENT
892 words - 4 pages. But how can they be otherwise, when they’re almost within reach of our own times? Surely, such literary hints as the plays of Ionesco, or Beckett’s, or even the more recent (and recently late) Pinter’s, not to mention the whole of Kafka’s writings, are indicative, at least in theory (the one by which means I have been able to prolong this concrete suspense so far), of the proper length a piece of absurd literature should have. What these examples of the optimal gauge of the absurd teaches us (or merely shows us indirectly, by means of exemplification) is that no piece of absurd literature should be shorter than a few dozen pages. What they also point us to is that, apparently, any literaryVIEW DOCUMENT
944 words - 4 pages only aspect to be considered when measuring poverty and living standards.
Ellwood argues that globalization almost always moves from an innocent process of cultural exchange to “a scramble of wealth and power”. For modern society, this began with the rise of Regan in the US and Thatcher in England, they advocated for reduction in the role of the state, where companies must be free to minimize costs (Ellwood). Legrain attempts to use the Tiger economies as a exemplification of how globalization also helps the poor; however, he fails to acknowledge that as a result of pressure from the IMF and the World Bank, these nations opened their financial markets resulting in a hemorrhage of funds fromVIEW DOCUMENT
687 words - 3 pagesReflection on Pornography
Pornography industry is emerging as a booming business throughout the world. However, the effect Pornography has on individuals is impaling. Different ideologies are given in support for this industry while human rights activities vehemently denounce this as a social vice.
Reflection on Pornography
The view on pornography that I strongly endorse is complete censorship of pornography. In the work of Dworkin (2009) and Groarke (2005), there is clear exemplification of the challenges inherent to pornography. I find their argument compelling because women have been turned into objects of sexual pleasure. A large majority of these sites tend to haveVIEW DOCUMENT
798 words - 3 pages to open her heart to all the possibilities in the world ("A-Z Lyrics"). These fragments of the pieces of works go hand in hand because they are explaining that all you have to do is have even the smallest amount of courage to open your heart, and you can do, create, or change anything you want.
The sense of wisdom in the poem is coming straight from the character of the mother. In stanza two of the poem it says, “No, baby, no, you may not go, for the dogs are fierce and wild, and clubs and hoses, guns and jails aren’t good for a little child (5-8 Randall).” This is the perfect exemplification of the wisdom the mother has because she expects the march for freedom during the Civil RightsVIEW DOCUMENT
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upon the steps; the schoolboy had tried his knife on the
mouldings; and for close on a generation, no one had appeared
to drive away these random visitors to repair their ravages. (5)
This is the environment in which Stevenson places his novel, in which Hyde, the exemplification of the East Ender, thrives and commits his heinous and unspoken acts.
If Hyde represents all that Victorian London characterized as the East End, then Henry Jekyll, in turn, represents London's West End. As Hyde and Jekyll are dual natures of the same entity, then so are London's East and West sides. Throughout the novel, Stevenson could be using the theme of duality to represent theVIEW DOCUMENT
773 words - 3 pages for any individual, she is not uncontrolled from herself. "Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another" (100). This is when Sethe basically cannot remove the brutality of her imprisoned self. She recognizes the fears of the foundation of enslavement, and considers the "tree" that professor had prepared on her to be a substantial exemplification of the expressive disturbance and cruelty she suffered at Sweet Home. The occupied performance of the ache and depression not solitary tolerated at Sweet Home, but similarly now with the nonstop responsibility over taking her own child’s life and the following incapability of that child's presence to pardon herVIEW DOCUMENT
957 words - 4 pages he does not always relate how history can apply to the present when there have been many changes in society from the 19th century to the present. Moore’s method is efficient in that it is straightforward and relevant in the present.
Moore and Gatto also both use exemplification but in different ways. They both give examples from their lives. Moore’s examples are used to mock school administrations, while Gatto’s examples are meant to give lessons or ideas of how education should be managed. Both uses of examples are effective for the respective writers, although, while Moore’s is most effective with audiences who share his bias, Gatto’s is most effective in bringing others into sharing hisVIEW DOCUMENT
806 words - 3 pages://mv.vatican.va/" title="Sistine Chapel">Sistine Chapel but he is also known for one of the crowning pieces of all full round sculpture and most certainly the exemplification of High Renaissance ideals and that is the sculpture David.David is a flawless work of art that was created using the subtraction method on a solid block of marble. That means that starting with an 18' foot block of solid marble Michelangelo chipped and cut his way through and ended with a 13'5" foot work of art. The perfection of form, which was so idealized in renaissance art, is clearly shown in Michelangelo's DavidVIEW DOCUMENT