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60 Free Essays on My Dream Land

  1. Frederick Douglass' Dream for Equality

    Frederick Douglass' Dream for Equality Abolition stopped Frederick Douglass dead in his tracks and forced him to reinvent himself. He learned the hard central truth about abolition. Once he learned what that truth was, he was compelled to tell it in his speeches and writings even if it meant gi

  2. Cyberspace and the American Dream: a Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age

    Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age This statement represents the cumulative wisdom and innovation of many dozens of people. It is based primarily on the thoughts of four "co-authors": Ms. Esther Dyson; Mr. George Gilder; Dr. George Keyworth; and Dr. Alvin Toff

  3. Cartoons: Land of Imagination

    Cartoons: Land of Imagination Just as Moses climbed Mount Sinai to receive the ten commands, the following are the ten laws that govern my most interesting place. 1. Any body suspended in space will remain in space until made aware of its situation. 2. Any body in motion will tend to remain in

  4. How Much Land Does a Man Need

    The story, "How Much Land Does a Man Need?", by Leo Tolstoy is a story about Americans taking advantage of the Indians. Although it is set in Russia, it is about the greed that many people had at the time and the outcome of that greed. The opening scene represents the Europeans coming over to Americ

  5. A Land Rembered

    The novel, A Land Remembered, is the epic saga of three generations of MacIveys. The novel begins with a flash back, from the last generation MacIvey, Sol. Sol was a real estate tycoon in Miami and the surrounding areas. He has chosen to give up his life in Miami to live his last hours in the ca

  6. How Has the "American Dream" Been Translated Into Popular Film? Refer

    How has the "American Dream" been translated into popular film? Refer to at least four films. The American Dream is an often mentioned and well-known term used to describe the ideology of the United States of America. Despite the common usage of the term it is not always completely understood an

  7. The American Dream Is a Personal Thing

    The American Dream is a personal thing. Every person's belief or thought on what the American Dream is different than anybody else's. There is one noticeable common thread between every conceivable Dream though: the dream is to live a better life socially, monetarily, or contentedly than your pare

  8. The Death of the American Dream -- Full Oral

    <center>Copyright Arian D</center> <br> <br><b>Handout this first...</b> <br>The America Dream holds a greater significance than that of higher wages or greater motorcars. It signifies the inner dream that all men aspire to regardless of how trivial it may seem. <br> <br>The U.S.A... Bound by its mo

  9. One Nation Promising a Land of a Third Nation

    “One nation promising another nation the land of a third nation” - Arthur Koestler What good has the creation of Israel done for the world? The world has stolen the land from the Arabs and has given it to the Zionist. Yet, according to a number of Judaism Fundamentals, the concept o

  10. Midsummer Nights Dream

    In Shakespeare^s play A Midsummer Night^s Dream, one of the main reoccurring themes is love. Shakespeare writes of love that is passionate and impulsive, or sensible and reasonable. In Act three, Bottom, a crude commoner states on opinion of love. "And Yet, to say the truth, reason and love keep

  11. Glengarry Glen Ross, Desecration of the American Dream in

    Desecration of the American Dream in Glengarry Glen Ross Glengarry Glen Ross portrays a harsh view of American business that not only contradicts, but also befouls the values of the "American Dream." The idealistic importance of fairness, equality, and the idea that hard work brings success inc

  12. Pride and Prejudice Videovsbook

    Pride and Prejudice When I heard that we were planning to watch the video of Pride of Prejudice, I groaned and let a big sigh come out of my mouth. Everyone strongly inspired me that the movie itself is far better than the book. Still, I wasn¡¯t satisfied, but the teacher compelled m

  13. Analysis of Leo Tolstoy and His Work "How Much Land Does a Man Need?"

    "How Much Land Does A Man Need?," by Leo Tolstoy was influenced by his life and times. Leo Tolstoy encountered many things throughout his life that influenced his works. His life itself influenced him, along with poverty, greed and peasant days in 19th century Russia. <br> <br>Tolstoy's eventful lif

  14. Downfall of the American Dream

    Authors use symbolism in their written expressions in order to enhance the thematic interests of the novel. The use of symbolism allows the reader to interpret the story, which in turn, stimulates a more personal, imaginative, and meaningful experience. Scott F. Fitzgerald&#8217;s, The Great Gatsb

  15. Martin Luther King Jr. Dream Speech

    "I have a Dream" -------------- by Martin Luther King Jr [Delivered on the steps at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963] Source: Martin Luther King, Jr: The Peaceful Warrior, Pocket Books, NY 1968 Five score years ago

  16. Saving Land for Endangered Animals

    Areas providing habitat for many plants and animals are being destroyed to provide land for one species--people--in many places of the world. When making decision about land use, some people say that human needs should come before animal needs in every case. However, I tend to agree that humans have

  17. Is the American Dream Still Quite so American?

    What is the American Dream, and who are the people most likely to pursue its often elusive fulfillment? Indeed, the American Dream has come to represent the attainment of myriad of goals that are specific to each individual. While one person might consider a purchased home with a white picket fence

  18. The American Dream

    Brandy Barefoot T. Williams English 112-2 1-31-02 The American Perspective The basic idea of the American Dream generally has stayed the same throughout time, although the majority of Americans seem to take the Dream for granted. The first settlers arrived to the New World in search of a trea

  19. The American Dream

    "The American Dream" The American Dream is the idea for any person, no matter race, color, or creed to become wealthy in a society by hard work and dedication. The idea starts when you're a child if you see your parents working and earning a living. The idea absorbs in the child's head to d

  20. Jewel: Pieces of a Shattered Dream

    My opinion of the book mentioned above is that it is extremely well written and inhibits several unique characteristics. The typical biography or autobiography is written in a sober manner, such that the reader is completely bored by the events of the life of the subject. The author Kristen Kemp,

  21. The American Dream

    The life of Bill Gates is compared to Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby." Bill Gates is the chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft is the worldwide leader that helps businesses and people, who want to see their full potential. Did you know that Microsoft employs a

  22. The American Dream, Is It Really There?

    The American Dream: Is It Really There? After being stuck en route for an enormously long period of time, would you think that the destination had better be worth all the time spent getting there? Many people would say yes. Think about it. If you were on a journey which lasted months, possibly y

  23. The American Dream

    Two writers who come quickly to my mind whenever I hear or see images of American patriotism are John Steinbeck and Hunter S. Thompson. As different as these two men are, their writing is similar in that the American Dream constantly fails their characters. Both seek to define America and the Americ

  24. Feminist Criticism in Midsummer Nights Dream

    Throughout the play "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" by Willliam Shakespeare, we find many references to the assigned roles of men and women. One of the themes of the play is male dominance and the objectifying of women. The women are made to feel forced and obligated to do as the men say. They accept thei

  25. The American Dream

    The Opportunity is Just as Important as the Result Opportunity is defined in Webster&#8217;s Dictionary as &#8220;A good position, chance or prospect for achievement&#8221; which is easily connected to the idea of The American Dream. After all, isn&#8217;t America known as &#8220;The land of o

  26. A Midsummer Nights Dream

    An examination of two modern interpretations of <br> Shakespeare's `A Midsummer Night's Dream' Modern theatres and audience expectations are very different to the expectations of Shakespeare's time. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre was rediscovered on the South Bank in 1989 which, at the ti

  27. Myth of American Dream

    Myth of the American Dream The American Dream is that any man or woman will have the chance to have financial success with hard work and determination. I don’t think the American Dream is a myth or impossible I really do believe that you can do what you want in your life with willpower and ha

  28. Food from the Land of Smile

    A closer look at Thai cuisine clearly reveals the identity and the soul of the Thai people. Thai culinary traditions reflect natural abundance and unique characters of being Thai. Natural yields from local surroundings are put together artfully to furnish three well-balanced meals a day. The res

  29. A Dream House of the House on Mango Street

    A Dream House In the story “The House on Mango Street”, by Sandra Cisneros, the narrator moves from house to house, in order to find the perfect house to fit the entire family. In searching for the ideal house, the family finds their identity by living in each house, and searching for an upg

  30. The American Dream Was Used as an Advertisement for the New America

    What common considerations inform the two arguments and to what extent do you consider these real threats to the American dream? The American dream was used as an advertisement for the new America. It was used to build a large piece of empty land into a country. It was an idealistic dream that h