Award Essays

The Institution and I

This is similar to Brett; the protagonist in Scott Monk’s unconventionally written novel ‘Raw.’ We first meet Brett at his umpteenth time of committing a crime. On his journey to his latest institution; ‘The Farm’, we learn of his negative attitude and surprise of being sent to a ‘federation-styled homestead’ instead of a ‘concentration camp patrolled by Dobermans and gun-toting guards.’ His negative attitude to authority is exemplified by constantly referring to the police as ‘pigs’ and similies like ‘Cops…

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Woman Warrior Rhetorical Analysis

In her postmodern autobiography, Woman Warrior, Maxine Hong Kingston narrates her life as a Chinese American struggling to find her identity in a home permeated by ambiguity. As Kingston matures, she comes to recognize the destructive nature of silence, and is able to articulate the malignant cause and effect relationship silence has on the individual human psyche as well as the well being of others. Kingston begins her autobiography by describing silence as a double-edged sword, meaning that while silence…

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Business Organisational Behaviour

Demonstrate the influence of environmental and behavioural factors on corporate size, structure and strategy. (b) Understand the processes of business planning and policy making and the reason for change over time. Percentage of marks awarded for module: This assignment is worth 50% of the total marks for the module Assessment criteria  Explanatory comments on the assessment criteria  Maximum marks for each section  Content, style, relevance, originality  Clear demonstration of rigorous research from recognised authoritative sources. Audience focus. 50% Format, referencing, bibliography…

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Hedda Gabler

In Ibsen’s drama Hedda Gabler, Hedda was a wealthy woman with a great background, until she marries Mr. Tesman. When she is chained down to this man she starts to become unstable and reveals how truly devilish she can be. From manipulating her loved ones to down-right killing them. These incidents occur because of jealousy and boredom. Hedda’s first act of despicableness is first presented when she talks to her husband’s aunt. She mentions that the maid will be unsuitable…

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