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The Scarlet Letter

When do you think Heaven and Earth Change places? This outstanding book will tell you when and make you understand why. “When Heaven and Earth Changed Places” is a sensitive memoir chronicling Le Ly Hayslip peasant life in Ky La (now called Xa Hoa Qui), near Danang in Central Vietnam. Le Ly Hayslip or Phung …

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Hero, Loser, Victim?

Hero, Loser, or Victim? Le Ly is a Vietnamese girl experiencing life in Vietnam through many wars. Although everyone in war is a victim of war by occurrences that cause horrible situations and experiences for those involved, deciding to be a loser or a hero as a result is a self-made decision. It is this …

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Hershey and Tootsie Roll Financial Analysis

This analysis concerns the liquidity, solvency, and profitability ratios of the Hershey and Tootsie Roll companies. One website, Value Based Management (VBM) considered the Cash Ratio Formula as a means of measuring Liquidity. This formula is as follows: Cash Ratio (CR) = Cash Equivalents + Cash/Current Liabilities = Cash Equivalents + Cash/Accruals + Accounts Payable …

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Herman Melville

Herman Melville [1819-1891] is still considered to be a major figure in the American literary scene. He was born in New York city. After a brief schooling Melville was compelled to go to sea. Whatever deficiency there was in his education was made up by what he learned at sea. Melville speaks for himself when …

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Heritage Revival and Invention of Traditions

The globalizing world propelled countries such as the United Arab Emirates and other neighboring states to consider issues such as multiculturalism, cross-culturalism and transculturalism within the context of their national identity. Hence, the question of preserving national cultural vis a vis the modernization of their economies and traditions necessitates a closer look at how the …

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Jungian Archetypes, and Modern Media

Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, is known as the founder of analytical psychology. His theories stated that mankind shared, inherited, and passed on common symbols, which he called archetypes, and that these archetypes were part of a ‘collective unconscious,’ shared by all human beings. He believed that archetypes transcended various customs and societies, claiming that …

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Charlotte Gilman Helrand

Charlotte Perkins Gilman throughout her life was concerned with the conditions that compressed the important productive energies of women. The typical feature of her numerous writings is a sociological perspective that shed light upon the problematic aspects of society in her day; she also attempted to provide the theoretical foundations for the structural reorganization of …

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