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Joy Harjo/She Had Some Horses

A 5 page essay that analyzes "She Had Some Horses," a poem by Native American poet Joy Harjo. The writer argues that Harjo uses imagery and symbolism to convey the frustration and violence that this "she" suffers, not only from society, but also from unnamed males who also suffer, and who look to her for a salvation that she cannot provide. No additional sources cited.

Ethnic Essays

A 5 page contrast and comparison of two essays dealing with ethnic issues. The essays are "Crimes Against Humanity" by Ward Churchill and "For the Indians No thanksgiving" by Michael Dorris. Both of these essays are incredibly powerful, and both speak of the conditions involving Native Americans. No additional sources cited.

"Native Son" and "Maggie: A Girl From the Street"

An 8 page paper which compares and contrasts the character of Bigger in "Native Son" by Richard Wright and the character of Maggie in "Maggie: A Girl From the Street" by Stephen Crane. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.

State of the American Family

A 4 page essay that discusses the state of the American family. The writer talks about sociological trends, and the pronouncements of politicians on the family's decline and concludes that the American family today is strong precisely because it is changing and adapting to new sociological realties. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

On Civility

A 3 page commentary on Stephen L. Carter's essay "Barbarians Running Late." Carter argues that American society is in desperate need of lessons in etiquette, as well as a reorientation toward our fellow citizens that promotes the creation of civility. Carter feels that the American preoccupation with individualism and a "me-first" mentality has been taken too far. Quite literally, barbarism stands ready at the gate to take over our culture unless we rally and reform by learning how to interact with each other in a manner that promotes civilized behavior. No bibliography is offered.

Gatsby & the American Dream

A 3 page essay that discusses F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, which can be viewed as an exploration of the psychological ramifications of the American Dream. Examination of Fitzgerald’s masterpiece indicates the reasons for the enduring relevance of this book as it accurately and insightfully portrays the contradictions that characterize the American Dream and how this can influence individual lives. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

American History

This 4 page paper provides an overview of two essays and five short answer responses to questions on American history. These essays and questions specifically address issues around the American Civil War and issues of slavery. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Medieval Cities in Dante's Inferno

A 3 page essay that discusses the role of cities as settings in Dante's Inferno. In the notes that accompany the Hollander and Hollander translation of Dante's Inferno, these translators comment that the medieval city provides the "centering image of political life" for Dante's vision of Hell (Hollander and Hollander 56). As this indicates, Dante pictures Hell in terms that are synonymous with those of an earthly city, such as his native Florence. As this indicates, an examination of Dante's references to cities in the Inferno demonstrates how this setting aided Dante in accomplishing his literary goals. No additional sources cited.

Documentary on Latino Family in NYC

A 3 page essay that analyzes Nuyorican Dreams, a 1999 documentary directed by Laurie Collyer, which focuses on the family of Marta Torres, an immigrant from Puerto Rico who came to New York in search of the American Dream and a better life for herself and her family, but instead found an American "nightmare" (Bell-Russel, 2000). The term "Nuyorican," according to Torres refers to someone who is of Puerto Rican extraction but who knows nothing of their Puerto Rican heritage or culture. As such, the documentary pictures this population as a people adrift --stigmatized within the US by white mainstream culture, yet not able to fall back on a sense of belonging to Puerto Rican culture because these cultural values and perspectives have not been transmitted successfully to the next generation due to environmental influences. This situation has huge implications from a health perspective, and the documentary explores the drug-related problems of Torres' grown children. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)

3 pages in length. The ability to maintain accurate and ever-evolving statistics of - and trends for - global economies is both grand and far-reaching; that the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is instrumental in reaching this objective speaks to the manner by which North America's ever-changing economy must be closely monitored by the most up-to-date and technologically sophisticated system. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

The Effects of Backgrounds on Essay Themes

A 7 page paper which examines how themes are affected by either British or American backgrounds affects such essays as G.K. Chesterton’s “Piece of Chalk” and “On Running After One’s Hat,” Virginia Woolf’s “Street Haunting: A London Adventure” and “The Death of the Moth,” George Orwell’s “Such, Such Were the Joys,” Henry David Thoreau’s “Walking,” and Joan Didion’s “Goodbye to All That” and “In Bed.” Bibliography lists 8 sources.

What Is An American/St. John de Crevecoeur

A 3 page essay that responds to De Crevecoeur's famous essay. J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur (1735-1813) wrote about his impressions and his pride in an infant country, a nation of immigrants, the newly formed United States of America. In his essay "What is an American," he offers the opinion that "...we are the most perfect society now existing in the world" (De Crevecoeur). The writer responds to this and other statements, considering the historical context, and then relates them to today's culture. No additional sources cited.

Community and Sri Lankan, Hindu Heritage

A 7 page research paper/essay that discusses how Sri Lankan-Americans, as with the immigrant groups before them, endeavor to integrate themselves into the contemporary U.S. culture and society. This examination of Sri Lankan communities examines issues pertaining to this goal, particularly in regards to Sri Lankans who are of the Hindu faith. This investigation examines such issues as the social obstacles they face, such as racial prejudice? How do Ski Lankan Hindu establish a sense of community and belonging? Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Reaction to Richard Rohr’s From Wild Man to Wise Man: Reflections on Male Spirituality

In eight pages the writer offers a personal reaction to the text and considers how it relates to life experiences, whether or not believing in the American Dream is realistic, and how it affects crime and punishment in society. There are no additional sources listed in the bibliography.

Recidivism Of Black Males

A 10 page paper. Recidivism rates are very high in this country and they are highest for African-American and Hispanic males. This essay reports the data for these issues. It also reports information related to recidivism rates, such as demographics and programs that have reduced these rates. Statistical data included. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

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