Jewelry Essay Examples

  • The Scarlet Letter Pearl Belieavble Or Not

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    PEARL : Believable or Not Pearl could, or could not be a believable character in The Scarlet Letter depending on how the reader interprets Pearls? actions and speech. I plan to prove that Pearl could be believable, and that she could net be believable. Throughout the book Pearl either says or does things that are not typical of a girl of her age. After Hester talks to Chillingworth, Pearl is asked if she knows why Hester wears the scarlet letter. Pearl replies, ?It is for the same reason that the minister keeps his hand over his heart?. I do not believe that a

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    Princess Diana

    739 words - 3 pages

    "I?ve always thought, to provide some light along the way". This quote is in the words of one of the most caring that people need to feel good about themselves and I see my role as offering support to them and devoted ladies of our time. This lady is known to us as Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana possessed every attribute that we consider role models to exhibit. Through Princess Diana?s life she over came massive obstacles, incorporated her lifestyle and actions all because of her beliefs, and became universally beloved by many. Princess Diana has encountered many ob

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    Man has always been interested in mystery. Stonehenge is one of the most mysterious places that man has been interested in. Construction began on Stonehenge at about 2200 B.C. (Abels 9). The origin and uses of Stonehenge are still a great mystery. Stonehenge is a ruin of a stone building. Stonehenge is the oldest pre-historic structure in western Europe. The name "Stonehenge" is Saxon in origin and means hanging stones. Stonehenge is visible from around one to two miles (Chippindale 12). It has a plain structure and at first glance Stonehenge appears to be a large pile

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    Paper On Law And Order

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    She stood in the subway, no older than 16, skin pale, a torn blouse and skirt, with a look that only death could decipher as one of rape. The train approached the station in what seemed faster than usual, she slowly inched toward the edge of the platform and made an attempt to jump before a gentleman in a suit grabbed her, saving her life. “Well detective” said coroner Green “your vic was raped and tied down in the process, looks pretty brutal.” She indicated crime scene photos of two strap marks over the young girls chest and lower stomach. “Anything else you can give me doc,” said Detect

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    Lenny’s Love Revolution February 1, 2008 Let me paint the picture.... We were led backstage to conduct an on-air radio interview with him for 92.5FM The River (Ron's station) and to get some station ID's recorded as well. As we reached the top of the stairs where the greenroom was located, I stopped mid-step and realized we were standing right in front of his dressing room. There he was. Hunched deep into his chair, legs crossed all cool-like, and tightly wrapped and wound in black leather crocodile boots, pants, jacket and an artful black silk scarf around his neck. With his Ipod and Mac

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    The Scarlett Letter

    13948 words - 56 pages

    Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804, in Salem, Massachusetts, a descendant of a long line of Puritan ancestors including John Hathorne, a presiding magistrate in the Salem witch trials. After his father was lost at sea when Nathaniel was only four, his mother became overly protective and pushed him toward relatively isolated pursuits. Hawthorne's childhood left him overly shy and bookish, which molded his life as a writer. Hawthorne turned to writing after his graduation from Bowdoin College. His first novel, Fanshawe, was unsuccessful and Hawthorne himself disavowed it as amateurish

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    Diamonds are the hardest natural substance known. They are made completely of carbon. A diamond is a chain of carbon atoms that crystallize. Diamonds are found in a type of igneous rock known as kimberlite. Kimberlite was formed over the course of thousands of years by volcanic action that occurred during the formation of the Earth’s crust. Diamond is found on all continents expect Antarctica, but it has not yet been explored. Diamonds can also be synthesized in the laboratory and is produced commercially in large amounts for industrial uses. It is thought that diamonds were first dis

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    Pearls Phony Puritan Person

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    Brandon Roberts November 11, 2007 AP Language/ Adv. American Lit. One of the most intricate characters in The Scarlet Letter is Pearl. Throughout the story Pearl develops into a dynamic individual, some what of a Romantic hero, as well as a tremendously imperative symbol. Pearl is a living representation of the scarlet letter, acting as a constant reminder of Hester's sin. Throughout the story Pearl has been in a constant interaction with nature and uses nothing but her intuitiveness to learn more about where she came from. The exquisite dresses and accepted by nature and animals, and ostr

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    The Ring

    349 words - 2 pages

    It started one afternoon, I was spending the day with my friend and all was normal and well. We were planning our schemes for this next week, since I would be spending the week with him. Then it happened, his older sister walks in the room and then all timed stopped. I had not seen his sister in awhile and a long while it had been (I have had always had an infatuation for his older sister since my younger years). But, what took me was the shimmering, shine of her newly pierced lip. I have always been a more conservative guy, but it was as if the gods parted the clouds, sending the sun upo

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    Pre Lab- 3.Yes. It would be possible to use a non-hydrated compound. It would be possible because the water in the mixture evaporates anyway. So really, there wasn't much need for it. Procedure Summary- Obtain 12 g of copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate and record the combined mass. Add water to the copper(II) pentahydrate. Heat the mixture, but do not let it boil. Add 2 g of iron fillings into the mixture while stirring the solution. Let it stand for five minutes. After five minutes, decant the water into a different beaker. Do this three times. Dry the copper in the beaker, on a low setting

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    Character Analysis The Necklace

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    A person's actions can say many things about a person's nature. The Story, The Necklace by Guy De Maupassant introduced the life a character name Mathilde. Mathilde was a beautiful women who believed that somehow she was born to the wrong life because of her weakness for wealth. She wished that she was born into a higher class, which made her want to appear to others as if she lead a life of luxury. Mathilde believes that she should be married to an man of wealth and not an little clerk in the Ministry of Public Instructions, which only pays them enough to get by. Her desire to for wealth p

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    Manipulating Friendship In Julius Caesar

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    Many elements can be looked at in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Whether examining character motivation, the use of symbols, or comparing two speeches, like Antony’s and Brutus’s speeches to the plebeians about the complex characters and plot structure of this play shows Shakespeare’s amazing play writing ability. Trust and Friendship and the manipulation of it by the characters to accomplish their goals is a major theme through out Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Without this element, many critical actions would not take place, and the play would not work, such as Caesar going to

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    Comparison Contrast

    910 words - 4 pages

    To both women in “The Necklace” and “The Story of The Hour”, their perception in their life is their reality. Both Mathilde and Mrs. Mallard want something more than what they have in their life. But many times, this causes one to lose something in their life they have already been blessed with and aren’t aware of the blessing until it is already gone. The characters, symbolic settings, and resolutions of the plots used by the author’s portray the unhappiness that each woman carries in her heart and in their life. Bitterness of the heart lies in both Mathilde of “The Necklace” and Mrs. Mall

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    Many people at one time or another in their lives have experienced a friendship. Friendship is a type of relationship between two or more people based on trust, love, and common interests. The opposite of friendship is hatred, which is intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury; it is also an extreme dislike or antipathy. In life, I have had many friendships come and go, but no matter the outcome they have all had a lot in common. In middle school I became friends with the cheerleaders, it was awkward for me at first because I am so far from a cheerle

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    The Diamond Necklace

    519 words - 3 pages

    “THE DIAMOND NECKLACE” Mathilde not only was she unhappy, but also nothing seemed to make her happy. Some may say you cannot always have everything in life you may choose to want. Even though things arent always what they appear to be. Why can’t people just be happy with what they do have? Why must one be so envious of another, because one night of happiness can hurt you for years to come? Moreover, diamonds arent always a girl’s best friend. Mathilde always wanted to be the center of attention. Therefore, when she and her husband got the invitation to the ball she wanted a new go

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    Issue Relevant issues to this case are offer and acceptance whether which acceptance was effective. Rules and Application Gemstone decided to sell his Maxi yacht, and wrote a letter which was classified as an offer to sporting Yacht club. The letter wrote by Gemstone is a clear statement of the terms which he is ready to be bound by any potential acceptance and so this is an offer that prepared to be contractually bound (Graw, P40).The offer are offers to specific group “offering my yacht to members of your club… (Sporting Yacht Club)” this issue is applicable to the rule of the offeror d

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    MUTUAL FRIENDSHIP This is personally my favorite type of friendship. The thing I like about this type of friendship is the fact that both parties are equally affected. Both parties either loose, gain or don’t loose or gain anything (be it positive or negative). Both parties either input something into the friendship or input nothing at all. There are three types of mutual friendships. a) Positive mutual friendship (PMF) b) Negative mutual friendship (NMF) c) Passive mutual friendship (PaMF) POSITIVE MUTUAL FRIENDSHIP (PMF) In this type of friendship, you and your partner have positive th

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    Yalis Question

    1511 words - 7 pages

    Just imagine that you were lucky enough to be born a hunter-gatherer anywhere in Eurasia thousands of years ago. Due to environmental circumstances, you noticed that you and your people were evolving into people that were much more advanced and were to lead a very different lifestyle than you had led before. Slowly you would realize that the abundance of edible plants in your area enabled you and your band to ditch your nomadic lifestyle and adopt a sedentary lifestyle because the plants where you were living were so nutritious and abundant. Why not just stay in one place and domesticate the p

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    Silicone Wristbands Emerging Marketing Trend

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    Silicone Wristbands How did it all start? So how where and when did this concept of silicone wristbands start? The answer to this is the yellow Livestrong silicone gel wristbands which were launched in May 2004 by the Lance Armstrong foundation. The foundation was founded by seven time Tour de France Champion (1999 to 2005) and a cancer survivor Lance Armstrong, as a fund-raising tool for cancer patients. These yellow wristbands became such a huge fashion fad that it has sold over 55 million. As the fad was dying out market analyst found a dichotomy in the silicone wristband industry. Th

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    The Pearl By John Steinbeck

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    The Pearl by John Steinbeck. This book takes place in Mexico during the year 1900 in the city of La Paz. The main characters are Kino an Indian fishermen who finds a pearl and whose life is partially destroyed by this pearl. Juana is Kino's wife and faithful partner and she is also very obedient and dedicated to her family. Coyotito is Kino and Juana's infant son, and he is bitten by a scorpion which is only one of the few conflicts of this incredible novel. The main theme of this book is not to let greed or money get in the way of you or your family. Being greedy is another word for being

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    Guy De Maupassant

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    If Maupassant’s story “The Necklace” had been poorly written, it could easily have shown Mathilde quickly as only vain and superficial. But all writers must make us feel for their central characters if their stories are to be successful. Analyze Mathilde, her husband and any other secondary characters in the story and develop an argument that explains how Maupassant forces us to care about what happens to Mathilde. Guy de Maupassant's short story "The Necklace" tells of a vain, narcissistic middle-class housewife who longed for the aristocratic lifestyle that she believed she deserved. I

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    The Character Of Pearl In Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter

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    Is Pearl a child, a guide, or a monster ? Pearl is the only child among the main characters of the book, and she doesn't really influence the plot. Nevertheless, she is not less important than the other characters. If we assume that the characters of the fiction are meant to make the reader think, Pearl is meant to make the characters of the story think. Even her mother wonders who she is: " O Father in Heaven,- if Thou art still my Father,- what is this being which I have brought into the world! " (p119). Following the example of hester, let's think about it. Is pearl a child, a guide, or

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    More than 40 years ago, in August 1963, Martin Luther King electrified America with his momentous ‘I Have A Dream’ speech, dramatically delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. His soaring rhetoric demanding racial justice and an integrated society became a mantra for the black community and is as familiar to subsequent generations of Americans as the US Declaration of Independence. His words proved to be a touchstone for understanding the social and political upheaval of the time and gave the nation a vocabulary to express what was happening. The key message in the speech is th

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    Importance Of Friends

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    Importance of Friendships Throughout the many unique and individual experiences I went through, the friendships that I made were one in a million. These friends shaped and formed me in so many ways. I have learned an unfathomable amount through friendships as well as accumulating a lot of personal growth. The significance of friendships in my own American experience have taught me many unique lessons; like to have an open mind, respect, growth, and have given me a strong feeling for who I am. During my life I have been exposed to many kinds of people of all ages and ethnicities which hav

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    My Watch

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    Descriptive Essay ...consists of a 3cm circular base and two separate straps, each 6cm long connected by a metal clasp. These two straps and a clasp are then connected to the top and bottom of the base. The straps are outlined in hard rigid silver, looking as my uncle's smoothly brushed gray hair. Through the center of the 2cm wide straps is a 1cm in width gold strip. The gold looks as bright as a gold chalice from my local church. The clasp is a hard silvery gray such as that which borders the straps. The letters 'SEIKO' are clearly placed on the clasp in raised lettering. The clasp

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    Scope Of Gemstone Certification In India

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    Scope of Gemstone Certification in India The Indian consumer has become much more informed and specific for various products. Nowhere is this more prominent than in the jewellery market. Now a days diamond jewellery cannot be sold without even with the smallest stones being certified. Almost all the diamond jewellery brands, as well as few local jewellers selling unbranded jewellery offer certification of at least the significant diamonds if not all the diamond jewellery. They do this because the consumer demands it. The Indian Diamond Certification industry has seen a rapid growth over a la

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    The Necklace

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    Truth and Its Consequences Mme. Loisel in Guy de Maupassant’s “The Necklace” is not a sympathetic character. She is discontented, dishonest and selfish. Because of these characteristics, she and her husband suffer for ten years to pay off the diamond necklace. It would have been better for her to tell her friend the truth and face the consequences than to lie and pay for a real necklace to replace the fake one. Despite the things people do for her, Mme. Loisel is discontented most of the time. From the minute her husband hands her the invitation, she is unhappy. She has nothing to

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    Elements In A Friendship

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    “Philippic II” was written by Cicero and was aimed at Antony. It was in response to how Antony had acted towards Cicero and Cicero’s reflections upon it. Cicero and Antony had a friendship before the times that this letter incubuses but from the passage you can slowly watch that friendship deteriorate. Luckily, Cicero did give us some hints on to the basis of why Antony might have done some of the things he did against Cicero. This helps not make the situation look completely one sided and have the reader wondering Cicero was friends with Antony in the first place. Friendships have many underl

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    Bulgari And The Economy Crisis

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    Piero Bellini Bulgari and the Economy Crisis As of October 2008 world is in a financial crisis. The global financial crisis, going on for a while, really started to show its effects in the middle of 2007 and into 2008. Around the world, stock markets have fallen, large financial institutions have collapsed or been bought out, and governments in even the wealthiest nations have had to come up with rescue packages to bail out their financial systems. During an interview Francesco Trapani, the Bulgari CEO, expressed pessimism about holiday sales. The Italian jewelry company's full-year sales

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    I would class as a true friendship a relationship with someone I thought I could trust with my life, for instance God. However, this is a very ambiguous thought to have in relation to what friendship means. In reality, this would not reflect a situation where I would be at the mercy of the National Health system under the care of its professionals, although I might trust their asperities. Maintaining a friendly interaction with someone or indeed a group of people does not necessary means one is holding a friendship. In the situation expressed trust alone cannot define friendship; the relations

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    The Pearl

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    The Pearl is a story about a Mexican Indian man and woman, set in the early to mid-1900's, in Bolivia. It was written by John Steinbeck as a short fiction book that tells of the family's life just before, during, and just after find a great pearl. The book was an amazing and discussed many different ideas. The main idea discussed is whether or not being rich is a good thing. The story explained how everyone would like to be rich yet being rich has a lot of unnecessary baggage that goes with it. There are two major characters in this book. The first is a man named Kino. He is a Mexican Indian o

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    The Scarlet Letter

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    Nature is able to depict something cruel, yet beautiful. It can be wild and horrifying, then sweet and simply amazing. In The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Pearl Prynne was born because of a sin called adultery. She was born with a deep connection to nature. Pearl is able to be just as wild and beautiful as nature itself. This characteristic can be interpreted in different ways. Some might say that Pearl represents something evil, and others disagree. I believe that nature's relationship with Pearl defines her character to be good. As soon as Pearl is born, everyone is able

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    A Search For Truth In The Scarlet Letter

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    Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel The Scarlet Letter deals with a plethora of issues not only prominent when the story was written but also prominent today. Some issues being: sin, corruption in society, guilt, revenge, hypocrisy and, above all truth. Hawthorne himself addresses the reader in saying, “Be true! Be true! Be true! Show freely to the world, if not your worst, yet some trait, whereby the worst may be inferred (Hawthorne)”. This plead for truth begs for all of humanity to realize that, though sin may be bad, sin makes humans, human. A person can only be seen for who they really are if the

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    Aqualisa Quart Case

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    Winner Aqualisa Quartz Shower System Client Aqualisa Products Design consultancy Seymour Powell The brief Aqualisa, founded in 1977, make specialist shower systems. Customer research carried out in 1999 indicated their products could benefit from considerable improvements. There were four main requests: products should be easier to install, better looking, easier to use and safer. Aqualisa had previously worked with design consultancy Seymour Powell to develop a new mechanism that separated the flow and heating control mechanisms away from the main shower area. In order to use thi

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    Of Mice And Men

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    A guy goes nuts if he aint got nobody. Dont matter no difference who the guy is long as hes with you. I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an he gets sick. A major theme in Steinbecks novel, Of Mice and Men is how people suffer from loneliness. The characters, Crooks, Candy, and Curleys wife each suffers the severity of their own seclusion. Crooks, the stable buck, is a black man that experiences isolation in terms of racism. For example, he is forced to live alone in a separated room, in the barn. [Crooks] had his bunk in the harness room; a little shed that leaned off the wall of the barn. Becau

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    Theme Essay On Walk Two Moons

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    Importance of Friendship What would our lives be like without friendship? Friendship surrounds us everyday. Your favorite song or movie may symbolize friendship. In Sharon Creech’s realistic fiction novel, Walk Two Moons, Salamanca Tree Hiddle is trying to find the answers to her mother’s tragic death. Throughout the story many characters exemplify the importance of friendship, including Salamanca, her friend, Phoebe Winterbottom, and Sal’s Gramps. One example of this theme occurs in Chapter 36 when Salamanca is going to the university at Chanting Falls to help Phoebe find answers to her

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    Hester Dimmesdale And Pearl Of 8220 The Scarlet Letter 8221

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    The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne is a Romantic novel set in Colonial Boston. The main character, Hester, wears a scarlet letter "A" as a symbol of adultery, but she refuses to identify the partner in her crime. Hawthorne uses many symbols in his novel to discuss the effects of this refusal. Three symbols in the novel are Hester, Dimmesdale, and Pearl. One symbol in the novel is Hester. A symbol is a person or thing that indirectly represents an object or idea. Hester symbolizes strength. By remaining in Boston, she accepts her punishment. This shows great strength because she

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    Conflict Diamonds

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    When you put on a diamond ring you usually don’t ask yourself “did somebody die for this ring?” In many cases 10 years ago the answer was “yes” The reason was conflict Diamonds, also known as blood diamonds, war diamonds, or dirty diamonds. Conflict have funded wars and bought weapons that have cost an estimated 3.7 million lives. Large diamond companies, traders, transport companies, arms smugglers and financial firms are involved in the hunt for these precious gems. By definition Conflict diamonds are diamonds that are mined in war zones. They are illegally traded for weapons and their pr

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    381 words - 2 pages

    Thesis: The forest setting reveals new aspects about each of the following characters, Hester, Pearl, and Dimmesdale. TS: The forest and Pearl seem to share a special bond, and this helps to build on Pearl’s image of being a wild child. The new setting is thought provoking because of the new aspects that can be learned about the characters, and why the forest has this effect on them. This is a motif throughout the novel, and it is shown in many different passages: “The great black forest-stem as it shared itself to those who brought the guilt and troubles of the world into its bosom- be

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    The Bad Gurl

    366 words - 2 pages

    Mathilde not only was she unhappy, but also nothing seemed to make her happy. Some may say you cannot always have everything in life you may choose to want. Even though things arent always what they appear to be. Why can’t people just be happy with what they do have? Why must one be so envious of another, because one night of happiness can hurt you for years to come? Moreover, diamonds arent always a girl’s best friend. Mathilde always wanted to be the center of attention. Therefore, when she and her husband got the invitation to the ball she wanted a new gown so he gets her one. Even thoug

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    The Necklace By Maupassant And The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin

    694 words - 3 pages

    Maupassant’s short story “The Necklace” is about a woman whose downfall is not her destined class as a commoner, but in the inability to accept her position in life. Mme. Loisel was a “pretty and charming girl” born into the middle class. She married a man who was also a clergy, and they had an uneventful life together, even though she still dreamt of the upper class and wanted to have a better life than the one she was having. One day, M. Loisel received an invitation to a ball, and expected that his wife would be pleased, for she had not gone out for a long time. However, she was saddened

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    Scarlet Letter

    405 words - 2 pages

    In the novel, The Scarlet Letter, the author, Nathaniel Hawthorne, uses subtle hints to help the reader infer the theme of the novel. This theme is that if you let guilt fester inside your soul, it will eventually undo you. It will manifest in both physical and mental ways. One of the characters of this novel, Reverend Dimmisdale, displays this theme to a tee. In this novel, Reverend Dimmisdale has a love affair with the married Hester Pryne (although it seems as though her husband has abandoned her). This affair produces a child named Pearl. Since the novel takes place in Puritan time

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    Scarlet Letter Plot

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    The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne Plot Overview The Scarlet Letter opens with a long preamble about how the book came to be written. The nameless narrator was the surveyor of the customhouse in Salem, Massachusetts. In the customhouse's attic, he discovered a number of documents, among them a manuscript that was bundled with a scarlet, gold-embroidered patch of cloth in the shape of an “A.” The manuscript, the work of a past surveyor, detailed events that occurred some two hundred years before the narrator's time. When the narrator lost his customs post, he decided to write a fi

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    Scarlett Letter

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    The three scaffolds were the main points of the Scarlet Letter. The book opens with the first scaffold scene where we meet all the principle characters, mostly focusing on Hester’s sin and the Scarlet Letter “A” upon her breast. The second scaffold scene is where Dimmesdale performs a silent vigil, this scene is again where the main characters reunite. The third scaffold scene is the ending of the book, bringing everyone together to see what Dimmesdale has to say in his sermon. The first scaffold scene introduces all the main character’s of the book. The first part of the scene is Hester

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    Silver Or Small Things Mean A Lot

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    SILVER or Small things that mean a lot One day, when my daughter was about 1 year old, we were visiting a friend. Her grandmother Billie in her late 90s, showed my daughter this cheap Beanie Baby kitty toy . My daughter grabbed it, and that was it. It was hers. I could not take it away from her or convince her to give it back to Billie, which told me that she could have it. I felt bad about that and later on I bought her a cat that was almost similar with Silver. Since then Silver became Jordan’s best friend. I took a closer look at it to see what was so special about it. It w

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    Small Miracles

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    Christy Brumbaugh Observation paper En100 Small Miracles The sunlight shines brightly through the window as I sit at my kitchen table sipping a cup of steaming coffee. Out of the corner of my eye I notice something sparkling. It is the ring on my right hand. This ring means more to me than the moon and stars because it represents the birth of my daughter. It is a beautiful kiwi lime green stone surrounded by shimmering diamonds. The green stone is so clear and smooth it almost looks like a piece of glass. The shimmering diamonds sparkle so clean and transparen

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    Twelfth Night Theme Love

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    In the play “Twelfth Night” the topic “love” is widely mentioned through out the play. “Love” can be considered as the most important theme of this play. All of the characters in this play deal with some sort of love. Even though the play “Twelfth Night” has a happy ending, at some parts of the play, some characters do feel that love causes pain. There are three kinds of love that William Shakespeare uses in this play: true love, friendship, and self love. In the play, we can see different relationships that are happening throughout the play. Some of the relationships that we see that are be

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    Cinema Is My Favourite Kind Of Art

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    “The cinema has no boundaries. It is a ribbon of dream” Orson Welles, American film director In my opinion, this statement has always been true, even when films were silent and ran no more than twenty minutes the audience’s minds were engaged in the story, and because they had to supply the voice and sound effects, the experience was magic. Films have always influenced people; cinema has always had a great impact on us. Of course, as time goes the power of films seems to be on the rise though the cinema came to existence more than a hundred years ago. At the same time, they have lost som

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    What Is The Definition Of Friendship

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    What is the definition of friendship? Everybody in the world has friends. It is hard to imagine what life would be like with no friends. I used to believe in that friends must be someone that enjoy the same things, have the same goals, hold the similar points of views, and have similar experiences. In short, only people who are alike can and should become friends. Or friendship would be filled up with quarrels and won’t last long. So, in my opinion, I used to think that friendship means joy, which sweet like honey. But after I had watched the American TV soap opera , I changed my

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    The Scarlett Letter

    413 words - 2 pages

    Symbolic Characters in The Scarlett Letter Symbolic characters are very important in most novels. The Scarlett Letter, written by Nathanial Hawthorne contains many symbolic preferences. Arthur Dimmesdale was a minister of the Puritan people. He was a well-known man, acknowledged for his integrity by most of the community. Rodger Chillingsworth was the spouse of Hester Prynne. When news came to surface that Dimmesdale was infact the father of Hester’s daughter, Pearl, Rodger Chillingsworth was nothing less than furious. Chillingsworth is an extremely symbolic character, symbolizing a lif

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