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Mary Flannery O' Connor born in Savannah, Georgia, on March 25, 1925, was the only child of Regina and Edward O'Connor...........

The Collected Short Stories of Flannery O’ Connor
 

An intense, strongly felt, and extensively researched account of the disastrous encounter between two disparate cultures: Western medicine and Eastern spirituality, in this case, of Hmong immigrants from Laos............

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down
 

Simple and effective words that make the flow of expression natural and spontaneous are the hallmark of William Strafford’s poems. Even after the first reading, the writer’s firm belief in the utility and goodness of this world, and his strong faith in the humanitarian values is evident..............

The Poetry of William Strafford: An Optimist’s Diary
 

Jamaica Kincaid was born Elaine Potter Richardson, in 1949 in St. John’s, Antigua.  According to Frank Birbalisingh, “Kincaid is probably the most important West Indian woman writing today”...............

Women Initiation to Womanhood
 

The author has written about the experiences that she went through during her and her family’s incarceration at the hands of the American during the world war two................

Book Critique of Desert Exile by Yoshiko Uchida
 

Labored relations” is a detailed memoir of the four and a half years tenure of William B. Gould IV as the Chairman of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), starting in 1994 and ending in 1998. He does not only narrate an intensely personal memoir of his tenure, but also details the events that led up to his confirmation.................

Labored Relations by William Gould
 

The Dubliners by James Joyce, a series of short stories unfolds different stories of life and death. The study of the book discloses the life pattern of Dublin in 1900’s and reflects the role of women in the then prevailing society..................

Representation of women in James Joyce’s (the Dubliners)
 

In his book “Image of the City”, Kevin Lynch has described how people create and remember mental images of the large-scale environments in which they live –thereby “imaging” the city. He focused on how people analyse the structure of their cities...................

Summary on Lynch, Kevin: The Image of the City. Harvard Press 1960
 

Siddhartha Gautama Buddha at Kapalvastu was revealed a divine scripture by the name of Dhammapada in Pali Language. Buddhist psychological traditions became the subject of many Europeans....................

Relation of the novel, "Siddhartha," to Buddhism
 

In the words of Wright's best expression of the Prairie masonry structure, “The Robie house”, “is a national landmark.... Sheathed in Roman brick and overhung so perfectly that a midsummer noon sun barely strikes the foot of the long, glass-walled southern exposure of the raised above-ground-level living quarters”, (1) it shows Wright's total power and approval of microclimatic effects.....................

Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House
 

“The Scarlet Letter” is perhaps the greatest American classic ever written on adulteration......................

The Scarlet Letter
 

Joyce Carol Oates, the author of a number of distinguished books in several genres, is one the most productive, versatile, serious and modern writer of America.  Her stories are the image of violence and tragedy.......................

Character Analysis:  Connie
 

Edith Wharton sets the main action of her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Age of Innocence (1920) in genteel "old New York" of the eighteen-seventies, the fashionable, conservative, and largely Guardian high society she knew so intimately from her own youth.......................

The Age of Innocence
 

Summer, a short story written by David Updike in 1988. It’s a part of ‘Out on the Marsh Stories’, a collection of his short stories. His short stories have also appeared in ‘The New Yorker’........................

Summer: The General Report
 

I am writing this letter on the sad occasion of the horrendous disaster that has occurred in the State of New York. I cannot imagine the grief and suffering of the people of the city.........................

Letter to the Legislator
 

To describe Shakespeare's plays about the English kings branding them history plays would be incorrect, because not only that he did not keep in mind the facts, but also because the term calls up in the popular mind the image of a historical documentary..........................

Explore the representations of kingship
 

The novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens provides a detailed view of human determination and sacrifice made at the time of French revolution...........................

Political Novel
 

This book “The call of the wild” is a simple story about a dog-named Buck, the main character of the story who lives in a secure homely environment in California with his master Judge Miller............................

Call of the Wild: Describe the setting and explain
 

The Awakening, a novel by Kate Chopin, is a brilliant piece of work but much ahead of her time. Her writing career is during the late 1800’s. She lived in a time when women were sexually oppressed and their opinions were not valued.............................

The Awakening By Kate Chopin
 

Built to Last was originally published by HarperCollins in hardcover in 1994, and was released in paperback by HarperCollins in 1997, written by James C. Collins and Jerry I. Porras, both members of the faculty at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business...................

Visionary Companies
 

The book “Black Dog of Fate” is by Peter Balakian, the author of four volumes of poetry, he writes with the meticulousness of a poet and the tenor of a child who grew up in a privileged New Jersey suburbs in 1950s....................

“Black Dog of Fate” By Peter Balakian
 

The following report will review the global marketing plan for open office.org. The Plan looks at the current market for office productivity suites, at the major players in the field, and seeks to identify trends which will influence the market over the next five years.....................

Global Marketing Plan
 

"He was small, unattractive and sickly, with a thin angular body and brown, deep-set eyes in a pale triangular face. He taught art at a secondary school for boys at Drogobych in southeastern Poland, where he spent most of his life. He had few friends outside his native city......................

The Street of Crocodiles
 

Diary of a Mad Black Woman has the whole thing. It's a home drama, a comedy, a romance, as well as revenge story all rolled into one. Trying to fit these unlike elements into a unified and pleasing whole might spell a recipe for disaster, however in its place is a complete accomplishment.......................

Paper over the movie: Diary of a Mad Black Woman
 

The Barbary Wars historically known as Tripoli, the region was colonized by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC and later formed a portion of the territory of the Carthaginians........................

Position Paper on The Barbary Wars by Frank Lambert
 

Tracy Kidder is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the author of the bestsellers The Soul of a New Machine, House, Among Schoolchildren, and Home Town.........................

"The Rocks In The Water Are Going To Find Out How The Rocks In The Sun Feel"
 

The Plague (Fr. La Peste) is a novel by Albert Camus, published in 1947, that tells the story of medical workers finding solidarity in their labor as the Algerian city of Oran is swept by a plague..........................

The Plague
 

"Soldier's Home" by Ernest Hemingway is the story of a soldier's homecoming from World War I and how he is psychologically scarred by his experiences. Harold Krebs is the main character and the story charts his integration with his past life. Like Hemingway, his character Harold Krebs did no fighting in the war, but told people outrageous stories of heroism upon his return......................

Soldier's Home by Ernest Hemingway
 

In The Fourth Crusade and the Sack of Constantinople, Mr. Phillips takes a new look at the most notorious of the Crusades which was called to free Jerusalem from Mohammedan rule but which instead disobeyed the Pope and turned east to attack the capital of the Roman Empire.......................

Book Report
 

It has been quite sometime Paul E. Johnson's landmark book A Shopkeeper's Millennium explored the social context of religious revivalism in the booming Erie Canal town of Rochester, New York, linking it to the residential separation and mutual antagonism of the emerging class relations of early industrial capitalism........................

A Shopkeeper's Millennium by Paul Johnson
 

The book ‘When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor’ provides a solution to analysts and supporters of all political persuasions who think that the economic and social problems of the inner city have simple solutions.........................

When Work Disappears
 

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a timeless tale of a young boy who escapes his society that keeps trying to “sivilise” him and retreats down the Mississippi river with a runaway slave. On his journey he meets many different kinds of people on the banks of the river, some bad and some good; they all help Huck on his journey to self discovery..........................

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
 
 


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