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Assaf Khater – Story of Famous Person


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            Assaf Khater was born to a peasant family in a rocky village in Mount Lebanon, where his ancestors before him have lived for more than a hundred years, and where his generation and the generations after him were expected to live as well.  The village managed to sustain a marginal existence for more than…

A Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday Analysis


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Strange fruit Strange fruit is a song/poem by Billie Holiday which talks about the lynching mob. We have read it and heard it and this is my response to it, which includes how the imagery is explained, the message of the poem, how successfuly the point has been made and the differences between the poem…

The Prophet Amos and the Zimbabwean Context


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LECTURES ON THE BOOK OF AMOS The historical background The prophet Amos is the first on the list of classical prophets, who included Hosea, Isaiah as well as Jeremiah. He is the first among the prophets whose oracles have come down to us in the form of a whole book, according to M.L. Barre, the…

Literature Analysis of “Donnie Brasco” by Joseph D. Pistone


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The book “Donnie Brasco” is based on the undercover life of the author, Joseph D. Pistone, an F.B.I agent who penetrated one of New York City’s five families in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Joseph D. Pistone served in the FBI for 28 years, including six years of undercover life in the New York…

Review of related literature of reservation and billing system


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Project Overview The Hotel Reservation System is intended to provide a small to mid-size hotel with computerized reservation capabilities. Initial inception limits the functionality to employees creating and displaying reservations, however, the project is projected to provide billing, check-in/check-out, and guest-centric reports. It will be developed in small increments, and deployed immediately upon completion of…

Spellbound Explication



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Spellbound, by Emily Bronte, is a poem about the powers of a force beyond human control. This force captivates and lures a person despite the possibility of being put in an adverse situation. Emily Bronte effectively captures this emotion in her poem which is just three stanzas and only four lines a piece. In each…

Steve Harrison: REH’s Private Detective


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In February of 1934, Strange Detective Stories included “Fangs of Gold,” the first Steve Harrison story from Robert E. Howard. It also included “Teeth of Doom,” the second Steve Harrison story from Robert E. Howard. Except it didn’t. Not wanting two tales from the same author, writing about the same character, Harrison became Brock Rollins,…

Solomon Kane’s Timeline — Part Four


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1592 — Kane is now thirty-eight. With the spring, he fits out a privateer and sails from Bristol across the Atlantic for the West Indies once again. His second-in-command is Godfrey Taferal, the eldest brother of Marylin, whom Kane rescued from Negari. Godfrey is a trusty man of thirty, who has sailed as a merchant…

The Influence of Religion in British Literature



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            Religion plays a major role in the way people live their lives, conduct their business, and choose their leaders. For most individuals, decisions are made within the boundaries of their religious beliefs, what works and what doesn’t work around it. In the field of literature, the influence of religion has determined many an authors’…

Summary of 10 Mary Street by Peter Skrzynecki



Words: 364 (2 pages)

Peter Skrzynecki is of Polish/Ukrainian background and was born in 1945, in Germany, shortly before the end of World War II. He emigrated to Australia in 1949 with his parents. Most of Skrzynecki’s poems are about his life and the change that he has experienced from moving to a different country. In 1951 the family…

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