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Chekhov’s “The Lady with the Dog”: A Study in Realism

6 pages | 1620 words

This essay deals with the issue of women's position in society during the transition period, as reflected in Anton Chekhov's short story "The Lady with the Dog". The story is set in a small seaside town called Yalta, which was becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination at this time. The protagonist, Dmitry Gurov, is a middle-aged man who is bored with his life and has been having an affair with a married woman. One day, he meets a young woman named Anna Sergeyevna who has come to Yalta with her family. Dmitry is immediately attracted to her, but he does not want to get involved with another married woman. However, he soon finds himself falling in love with her. The story ends with Dmitry and Anna leaving Yalta together and getting married. This may seem like a happy ending

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The Different Types of Activities People Pursue During Their Leisure Time

6 pages | 1620 words

This essay discusses the different types of activities people can pursue during their leisure time, and the potential benefits that can be gained from spending leisure time engaged in different activities. It also emphasises the importance of discipline when choosing how to spend leisure time, in order to avoid becoming too reliant on recreational activities as a way of coping with stress.

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The Three Main Ethical Approaches in Public Administration

6 pages | 1620 words

In this essay, I apply the three main ethical approaches in public administration to a scenario involving an assistant director who is considering padding the payroll. I conclude that the actions are ethically permissible according to the consequence and virtue approaches, but not the deontological approach.

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A Comparison of the Essays ‘What’s Your Name Girl’ by Maya Angelou and ‘Me Talk Pretty One Day’ by David Sedaris

6 pages | 1620 words

In this essay, I will be comparing and contrasting the essays ‘What’s your name girl’ by Maya Angelou and ‘Me talk pretty one day’ by David Sedaris. I will be considering the style of writing in each essay and how this is used to explore the theme of racism, as well as the importance of language.

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