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Othello/Elizabethan Outsider

A 5 page essay that examines Othello's position as an outsider in society, defines it and discusses how this contributed to his tragic downfall. While undoubtedly Shakespeare had universal themes in mind that would connect Othello's experience to his humanity, it is also true that Shakespeare's Elizabethan audience would have perceived Othello in terms of being an outsider to white society. Furthermore, the writer cites sources that confirm that Elizabethans saw the African race as monstrous, equating black with evil. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Shakespeare/Sonnets 73 and 130

A 3 page essay that analyzes these two sonnets. William Shakespeare is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest masters of the English language who ever lived. Examination of two of his sonnets, Sonnets 73 and 130, demonstrates this expertise in regards to Shakespeare's use of metaphor, alliteration, enjambment and imagery. No additional sources cited.

Individual Responsibility/Romeo & Hamlet

A 6 page essay that examines Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and "Hamlet." The writer argues that, at first glance, the male protagonists appear to be propelled along by the action of each play. However, a closer examination of each of these works shows that, in each case, Shakespeare makes it clear that both Romeo and Hamlet must bear some responsibility for the tragic circumstances of their own demise. Romeo and Hamlet make choices that contribute to the tragic endings of these plays. Furthermore, there is the implication in each play that tragedy might have been avoided by the use of reason, rather than an over-reliance on emotion. No additional sources cited.

Much Ado About Nothing & Noting

A 3 page essay that argue that in Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare builds a plot that is predicated on disproving the old adage "seeing is believing." Time and again throughout the play, the way in which relationships and behavior are perceived proves to be in error. In other words, the features that the characters note about each other prove to be misperception. Sometimes this leads to dire consequences; sometimes to love. No additional sources cited.

Technology Implementation at SJMCH

This 4 page research paper offers an overview of the implementation of electronic medical record (EMR) system, as well as computerized nursing documentation, physician order entry system and scanning technology associated with medication administration at St. Joseph Medical Center at Houston, Texas (SJMCH). This case study considers key stakeholders in each process and the inferences that can be derived from current literature pertaining to each of these areas. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Learning from Shakespeare and Sophocles

This 3 page paper is a personal essay of what a student can learn from Shakespeare and Sophocles about actions speaking louder than words. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Women in Ministry

This 12 page essay draws on a wide variety of Christian literature in order to describe both sides of the debate concerning women in ministry and the appropriate gender role for women in society. The complementarian and egalitarian positions are explained. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Eliot and King

This 3 page essay presents a quote from F.R. Leavis and then argues that both T.S. Eliot's "Waste Land" and Stephen King's novel Misery exemplify this statement and should be considered as two of the artists on which art and literature depend. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Electronic Medical Records

This 6 page research paper reports on literature pertaining to the benefits, planning and implementation of electronic medical record (EMR) systems. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Tale of the Heike

This 4 page essay reports on the "Tales of the Heike," the most renowned example of a warrior tale, which is a principal genre in medieval Japanese literature. This is an epic tale that recounts the struggle for power that occurred between the Taira, also known as Heike, and the Minamoto, which is also known as Genji, clans for the control of Japan towards the close of the twelfth century during the Genpei War. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

"Rabbit-Proof Fence" And "Storyteller" - Revealing And Overcoming Cultural Struggles

7 pages in length. Cultural oppression is a human ill that has run rampant since the first time man realized he could divide himself into separate groups and overrun those deemed different from the rest. The expansive boundaries of literature successfully incorporate the damning nature of cultural oppression as it strives to educate the masses to its complete and utter futility; "Rabbit-Proof Fence" and "Storyteller" are two examples where outer strength and inner fortitude serve to successfully overcome such stringent limitations. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Othello / Short Essay Answers

7 pages worth of short answer responses to questions on Shakespeare's "Othello" including character discussions of Dedemona, Othello, and Iago. Insightful observations are made. No Bibliography.

Othello and Oedipus/Uncertain Vision

A 5 page essay that examines the common theme of uncertain vision in Sophocles' Oedipus Rex and Shakespeare's Othello. The writer argues that in each play, the protagonist is "blinded" by circumstance and ego. Othello and Oedipus each exhibit an uncertain, inaccurate vision of his situation, causing him to make false judgements that lead to an inevitable downfall. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

"The Greatest Othello?" -- Laurence Olivier's 1965 Film

This 4 page report discusses Sir Laurence Olivier's 1965 film version of Shakespeare's "Othello." The film is something of a hybrid in that it is actually a filming of the stage production by the National Theatre of Great Britain. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Social Phobia / A Research Proposal

This 10 page paper is a research proposal to determine the correlations between self esteem, self-monitoring and social phobia. Social phobia is also called social anxiety. Sections include: abstract; introduction/background, including hypothesis; review of the literature and methodology. Specific social phobia screening and self esteem assessment instruments are discussed. The literature review discusses incidence, symptoms, and treatment interventions. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

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