Free Essays on If I Were A Policeman

  1. Write About Inspector Goole’s Role in the Play. How Far Is He a Believable Policeman? How Does Priestly Use the Inspector in the Play?

    Inspector Goole’s role in the play. How far is he a believable policeman? How does Priestly use the Inspector in the play? In this essay I am going to be exploring the role and function Priestly gives the inspector in “An Inspector Calls“. I am going to break down his role in the play, explore his effects...

  2. Should America Play the Role as a World's Policeman?

    „Should the U.S. use its military and financial power to act as the world’s policeman?” Today, America has to justify their acting like a world’s policeman, that they want to fulfill their mission to bring freedom all over the world. This behavior offers the question, if America should use its power...

  3. Essay 3 The Third Policeman

    Simone Becker Jim Read English 101 28 March 2015 The Third Policeman “The Third Policeman” written by Flann O’Brien is set a small farming town in Ireland in the perspective of a young philosopher whose name is never revealed. After he lost his parents he was brought to a school where he grew up learned...

  4. Being Black<Tab/> If I were Martin Luther King Jr. Two incidents that affected me in many ways.

    If I were Martin Luther King Jr. Two incidents happened in my late childhood and early adolescence that had a tremendous effect on my development. The first was the death of my grandmother. She was very dear to each of us, but especially to me. I sometimes think I was her favorite grandchild. I was...

  5. Policeman of the World

    Policeman of the World It is common knowledge that by the 20th century, the United States had become the dominant force in international relations. Some have argued that the United States' military functions as the world's police. For centuries United States has been found as the world's policeman...

  6. "An Inspector Calls" - Write about Inspector Goole's character in this play how far is he a believable policeman? How does Priestley use the Inspector in the play?

    The way Priestley presents his character of Inspector Goole in the play is mysterious. I think Priestley use of this air of mystery is deliberate. The foremost method used by Priestley to present the unusualness of this character is the name Inspector Goole which is an obvious pun or homophone (Inspector...

  7. Ex-Cop Shoots Wife

    Ex-cop shoots his wife and burns their house A former policeman is on trial in Kansas, accused of killing his wife and setting their home on fire more than two years ago.Attorneys for Brett Seacat say his wife, Vashti, started the fire and shot herself. On Monday, jurors heard from the Seacats' marriage...

  8. Prohibition Coursework (Might Need a Bit of Editing)

    E is more reliable. Therefore, Source E is more reliable. This fits in with my contextual knowledge because after reading many other sources I have found that prohibition was not very successful because alcohol is part of the majority of American’s life and therefore taking it away would just...

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    —Simon Wiesenthal The “others” in the title of the new German film The Lives of Others are the artists, political dissidents and other undesirables who were persecuted by the East German Ministry for State Security (a.k.a. the Stasi) at the height of the Cold War. Back then, it has been estimated, the Stasi...

  10. Graham Greene “I Spy”

    Стилистический анализ текста: Graham Greene “I Spy” The text under stylistic analysis “I Spy” is written by Graham Greene in the style of fiction. It deals with author’s feelings and emotions about relations at school, relations in the family. The main theme of the story is how main character of...

  11. Stolen Generation How and why were Aborogonal children removed from their families? what did the government think of this?

    children were taken at birth, some at two years of age, some in their childhood years. The babies and children were sent either to special purpose institutions, or in later years especially, to foster homes. In some cases mothers or families knew where their children had been taken and were able to maintain...

  12. This essay discusses corruption especailly in relation to "I am the Cheese" written by Robert Cormier and the film "Witness."

    novels, such as Witness or I am the Cheese. Both show many examples of corruption and they open our eyes to what is going on in the world around us. They also compel us to look more closely at governments and their agencies, and even at ordinary people on the street. A top policeman kills one of his fellow...

  13. Commentary of Chapter 31 of "The Curious Incident of a Dog"

    relationship between father and son is not very intimate and caring. Immediately Chris continues to inform about what his father said: ‘He was shouting: ‘I want to see my son,’ and ‘Why the hell is he locked up?’ and, ‘Of course I’m bloody angry’. Instead of narrating about what his father said using more...

  14. What You Pawn I Will Redeem

    storytellers and liars and mythmakers. So was some of the stories he was telling us a lie? “Her name was Agnes, and she died of breast cancer when I was fourteen” (73). “When I was sixteen, my grandmother told me a story about World War II” (76). Was this all a lie or was the author trying to show that this man...

  15. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept., Honest or Crooked?

    Metropolitan Police Department is an agency of highly disciplined and trained people whom sometimes, although not terribly often, do the wrong thing. We were taught at an extremely young age that the police are friends of the community. There are honest and dishonest people in all societies, as well as in...

  16. What were the aims of the League of Nations?

    In 1919 Woodrow Wilson stated, "I can predict with absolute certainty that within another generation there will be another world war if the nations of the world do not work together to prevent it." The League of Nations was Wilson's idea in keeping the world at peace and it had four main aims: to stop...

  17. How I Spend My Summer Vacation

    How I spend my summer vacation Summer vacation is one of the best times during the year. It is sunny, without rain. The weather is warm and sometimes hot and usually people are more smiling. I spent my summer vacation very good. I and my friends wasted our time on the street, in the cafe and it...

  18. Rob Roy

    sense. One can surely notice the unusual story-telling method used since the story is portrayed from four characters (woodcutter, Buddhist priest, policeman, old woman)’s different point of views and the three confessions of the wife of Takehiko, Tajomaru the robber, and Takehiko himself through a medium...

  19. Perspectives of a black student and a white policeman during the soweto uprising

    White Policeman On the morning of June 16th I said goodbye to my wife and children, then headed off for another day at work. Little did I know that I would be protecting my country and have to stand up against those of our own nationality. We got a call at the station that there was a mob of students...

  20. To What Extent Were the Ussr’s Expansionist Ambitions Primarily Responsible for the Outbreak of the Cold War?Following World War 2, There Was a Period of Constant Tension Known as the Cold War. the Cold War Arose Due to

    expansionist ambitions. However, I believe that the USSR’s expansionist ambitions were only responsible to a small extent. The USA tried to be “the world’s policeman” and also misunderstood certain events. Hence, I feel that the USA and its imperialistic nature were far more responsible for the outbreak...

  21. Comparative commentary: Flann O'Brien's novel "The Third Policeman" and "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac

    texts in question are in a way very alike; they are both extracts from fictional novels and they were both written in the mid-twentieth century. Text B is an extract from Flann O'Brien's novel "The Third Policeman", and it deals with an old country road and ponders the role of different kinds of roads and...

  22. Essay

    exhibition is very famous. I along with my brother went to see it. There was a great rush of tongas, motor cars and rickshaws. There was noise as well as dust. I saw a large number of tents outside the exhibition. They belonged to the officers and richmen. They were fenced. I went along the road which...

  23. I Love my Daddy! - a story about Kadie's holiday with her father!

    "You can trust me you know" "I can't trust you. The only person I can trust is my daddy. I love my daddy," she snapped back. "Ok then love, tell me about your dad." "I love my daddy" "I know you do Kadie, but tell me what he is like." "My daddy is the best dad I could ever have. He teaches me everything...

  24. Catholic School Girl

    My days started out the same as many kids across the country with an early alarm, a uniform, and a slight feeling of foreboding about whether or not I had forgotten to do a bit of homework, which would result in a huge moment of embarrassment. The teachers seemed to find a slight feeling of ecstasy in...

  25. Chinema

    the most part little cameos, including the man who played the policeman—that was Sir Laurence Olivier. I saw this picture for the first time with my father. I was eight years old. I’ve never really gotten over the impact that it had. I believe this is what ignited in me the wonder of cinema, and the...

  26. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings Summary

    I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings Can you imagine living the life of a coming-of-age, southern black girl during the years of 1930 - 1950? Maya Angelou shares her childhood, being both joyous and painful, in her autobiographical novel, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings and how she has confronted challenges...

  27. Contexts of Metropolis and 1984

    the army who were weakened from war with Germany and did not feel like they had the capacity to shut down the outbreak Socialists had support from lower classes and political left with the Provisional Government holding state power leading to a period of dual power ensuing World War I Germany had to...

  28. What were the origins and the early manifestations of the Cold War?

    in many different battlefronts but never involving actual armed conflict with each other. This war lasted for about half a century and in this essay I shall relate the origins and the early manifestations of this war. The most significant reason for the start of the Cold War was the opposite and conflicting...

  29. Priestly Presents the Inspector as an Unusual Policeman in 'an Inspector Calls'. How Does the Audience React to the Inspector?

    When the audience first meet the inspector they know straight away he is an unusual policeman. The name 'Goole' could be a play on words after 'Ghoul' or 'Spectre' also means ghost implying the inspector (who is about to deliver a haunting message) isn't quite human. The inspector is the central figure...

  30. I Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Know What You Did Last Summer Last summer four terrified friends tried to conceal a secret, but does someone know about it. The horror is starting again and there is a person stalking them to try to hunt them down. Will they die or will they survive. The main characters in this story are Mrs. James...