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Positive and Negative Face

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human communication

language

Words: 1115 (5 pages)

When we attempt to save another’s face, we can pay attention to their negative face wants or their positive face wants. A person’s negative face is the need to be independent, to have freedom of action, and not to be imposed on by others. The world “negative” here doesn’t mean “bad”, it’s just the opposite…

Analysis Of Bog Queen

Ireland

language

Seamus Heaney

Suffering

Words: 1689 (7 pages)

Seamus Heaney, as part of his ‘Bog Poems’ collection, wrote the poem, ‘Bog Queen’. In this poem, Heaney brings together the main themes of his bog poems, including religion and sacrifice, pain and suffering, conflict within the Irish society and the links between the past the present. Heaney believes that Mother Ireland is Mother Earth,…

Rizal Chapter 22 Summary

English Language

language

Linguistics

Philippines

Words: 1894 (8 pages)

Rizal lived in exile in faraway Dapitan, a remote town in Mindanao which was under the missionary jurisdiction of the Jesuits, from 1892 to 1896. This four – year interregnum in his life was tediously unexciting, but was abundantly fruitful with varied achievements. Beginning of Exile in Dapitan Steamer Cebu – brought Rizal to Dapitan…

Analysis of Bluebird

language

Poetry

Prostitution

Words: 697 (3 pages)

Analysis of Bluebird English A. Bluebird is a poem written by the modern poet Charles Bukowski and published in 1992 in Bukowski’s collection of poems titled “The Last Night of the Earth Poems”. The poem is about the vulnerability, innermost torment and the suppression of an emotional and fragile personality symbolized through the image of…

Comparative Commentary – There Will Come Soft Rains

Human

language

Linguistics

Narration

Nature

Poetry

Words: 1914 (8 pages)

“There will come soft rains” is both the title for the short story by Ray Bradbury and the poem by Sara Teasdale and the poem is embedded in the short story. The poem and short story were written in 1920 and 1950 respectively, shortly after WWI and WWII. Thus it is not surprising that both…

Comparison of “The Tiger” and “The Lamb”

language

Literature

Poetry

William Blake

Words: 1010 (5 pages)

William Blake was a romanticist poet, who wrote poems during the Industrial Revolution. He was born on 28th November 1757 in Westminster but spent most of his life in London. William became an engraver at the age of fifteen and on each of his poem’s original prints, there is an engraved picture. He eventually owned…

Apology Assignment

Australia

History

language

Words: 2270 (10 pages)

The Parliament of Australia apologizes for the indignity and request accepts of the apology, so a step into a new future can be taken; a future that embraces all Australians and were the injustices of the past must never happen again. Rude talks about a future where the gap between the Indigenous and non-lounges should…

Serving in Florida Analysis

Anger

Credibility

Emotion

Ethics

language

Logic

Words: 1736 (7 pages)

Jerry’s: White-Collar Scholar to Blue-Collar Waitress Creamy carrion, pizza barf, decomposing lemon wedges, and water-logged toast crusts; sounds like the typical garbage can. Would anyone believe that these phrases apply to a run-down restaurant in the middle of Florida? Barbara Ehrenreich goes undercover at a local fast food diner known as Jerry’s to investigate life…

Comparative Textual Analysis of Two Articles

Bias

Feeling

language

News

Newspaper

Words: 679 (3 pages)

The key to being able to differentiate one newspaper from another is often, if not always, the way the latter presents its news, both aesthetically and stylistically. These aspects have gradually divided newspapers into two distinct categories: broadsheets and tabloids. The former being a more neutral and respected type and the latter a newspaper for…

“As I Walked Out One Evening”

Beauty

language

Love

Narration

Poetry

Words: 626 (3 pages)

 “As I Walked Out One Evening”             W. H. Auden’s poem entitled “As I Walked out One Evening” is an illustration of life, journey, and love. The protagonist of the verse discussed how a life should be taken care of. Based on my own reading, I can say that the persona is a man because…

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