Essay

The story of Jacob and Esau

3 pages | 730 words

The story of Jacob and Esau is a story about twins who were born different from each other. Esau was the firstborn and he had a birthright, but Jacob tricked their father and stole his blessing. This led to a lot of anger and resentment between the brothers. However, in the end, they forgave each other and they parted ways as friends.

More
Essay

The author’s experience in the concentration camp

2 pages | 310 words

The book Ladies and gentlemen, to the gas chamber is a collection of short stories written by T. Borowski. The author was a Polish political prisoner during the Second World War and was sent to a concentration camp in Canada. There he met some friends, Jews, and prisoners who were put into the gas chambers. The book describes his experiences in the camp and the things he saw there.

More
Essay

“Out of Africa”: A Love Letter to a Continent

2 pages | 520 words

"Out of Africa" is a book about the author's experience living in Kenya during the British colonial period. The book consists of a series of interconnected stories, which are based on Dinesen's own observations and experiences, as well as those of the people she knew.

More
Essay

Themes of Freedom and Confinement in Yukio Mishima’s Patriotism

4 pages | 870 words

In Yukio Mishima's Patriotism, the themes of freedom and confinement are developed through the characters of the lieutenant and the wife. The lieutenant is a man who is confined by society's expectations of him, while the wife is a woman who is confined by her role in society. Both characters desire freedom, and they believe that the only way to achieve true freedom is to commit suicide.

More
Critical Writing,Essay

The Importance of Critical Thinking in Management

2 pages | 280 words

The essay discusses the importance of critical thinking for managers and offers tips on how to improve these skills.

More
Essay

The Importance of Character Analysis

3 pages | 740 words

This essay discusses the literary tool of character analysis, providing several examples of its use from famous works of literature.

More
Essay

The Epic of Gilgamesh: A Journey in Search of Immortality

2 pages | 320 words

The essay tells the story of Gilgamesh, a heroic figure who goes on a quest for immortality. Although he is unsuccessful in his quest, he is hailed as a hero by his people when he returns to Uruk.

More
Essay

The Desensitization and Operant Conditioning of Soldiers: How the Military Trains People to Kill

4 pages | 900 words

In his essay On Killing, Dave Grossman argues that the military uses desensitization and operant conditioning to train soldiers to kill. This leads to a mental collapse in close combat situations, which can lead to increased rates of post-traumatic stress disorder.

More
Essay

The Customs and Rituals of the Igbo Tribe

2 pages | 470 words

This essay discusses the customs and rituals of the Igbo tribe in Nigeria. The author describes how these customs and rituals reflected the values, social structure, and spiritual beliefs of the tribe.

More
Essay

Looking at Women: How Men See Them and Why It Needs to Change

2 pages | 470 words

In his essay "Looking at Women," Scott Russell Sanders looks at the role of women in society and how men look at them. He points out that women are often seen as objects, and that this is due to both men's perception of them and to genetics. He goes on to say that feminism is the only way to change this perception, and that it is important for men to be more aware of how they look at women.

More