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Biographies are in detail accounts of someones life. Usually beginning at birth and covering all of the significant events in their life that shaped their personality and impact on life. Brainia has a large selection of biographies from Lincoln all the way to Steve Jobs.

  1. Walt Whitman's to a Locamotive in Winter

    Walt Whitman's "To A Locamotive in Winter" and Emily Dickinson's "I Like to See It Lap The Miles" are two very different poems about the same subject. Where Whitman uses strictly free verse, Dickinsons work is much more structured, with poynient line breaks, and punctuation. Their styles of

  2. The State of Nature and Its Implications for Civilization in Hobbes and Rousseau

    The State of Nature and its Implications for Civilization in Hobbes and Rousseau In his Leviathan Thomas Hobbes expresses a philosophy of civilization which is both practical and just and stems from a clear moral imperative. He begins with the assertion that in the state of nature man is

  3. Growing Inequality Gap

    Introduction Recent trends in the global economy show an ever-widening gap in the equality of wealth and income. Both on the individual national and international levels, countries are becoming further separated on the level on personal wealth. This has come mainly as a result of the

  4. Antonio's "Indepence"

    When in the course of a teenager’s life, it becomes mandatory for one student to say “No way, man” to every single rule, to take this liberty and use it to our advantage: to choose whatever class we want, for example. Therefore, we, acting on self-respect, believe that we should separate

  5. Jarassic Park: the Dinosaurs Were Not to Blame for the Destruction of

    Jarassic Park: The Dinosaurs Were Not To Blame For The Destruction of Jurassic Park 'Nature won't be stopped .......or blamed for what happens'(Ian Malcolm , Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton). Jurassic Park mystifies its critique even as it makes it; or rather, to be more precise, it

  6. Fear Subsiding

    One event that I’m not so proud to admit occurred when I was in high school. It was the very beginning to a new way of living. Things were much different for me like classes, teachers, but especially the people around me. It was a bit more serious in the sense that people’s words affected

  7. The Direct and Indirect Impact of Rhetoric

    The Direct and Indirect Impact of Rhetoric Emory Lott 12/05/96 English 1001 In the world that we live in, rhetoric always affects and is a part of everything that happens. Rhetoric, in its broadest sense, is communication, and how people relate to each other. The movie The

  8. Sociology and Religion

    This paper is from a catholic feminist's perceptive that the church, as an institution, is structured as a pyramid modeled on the patriarchal family with the custom of father-right. The patriarchal decision-maker has the power to shape, form and control the "poor of the world" (McCormick, pg.

  9. The Roed to Financial Sustainability

    THE ROAD TO FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY: PLANNING CHALLENGES Kavanagh, Shayne C. Government Finance Review23.5 (Oct 2007): 6-14. Turn on hit highlighting for speaking browsers Hide highlighting Abstract (summary) TranslateAbstract This article identifies the key challenges of

  10. Webberian Effects on Humanresource Managent

    . Webberian effects on Human Resources Management Human resource management is a specialized field of management that deals with the performance of people in an organization. Hence, its consideration is vital in understanding the Bureaucratic system fully. There are several areas of