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Essay on Job cut of female workers and their fight for rights

Posted on May 7th, 2014 by essay

Another example of women’s role in American society can be found in Cowie’s Capital Moves. His book has a challenging look into the RCA’s history. He writes: “the core of the problem is that the wielders of capital have far greater ability than workers to transcend and use space”[1]. Cowie depicts the social situation in Camden, New Jersey, where the first RCA Company employed only female workers. Nearly 80% of RCA’s workers were women, and this situation could be traced throughout the whole history of the company. Women, however, were not satisfied with such exploitation and were forced to start vigorous strikes, which didn’t last long. The RCA moved to another spot, located in Indiana, and Camden women were eventually […]

Essay on “Different Seasons” by Stephen King and the movie “The Shawshank Redemption”

Posted on May 6th, 2014 by essay

At first, the readers and the viewers get acquainted with Andy and Red and find out the reasons for their captivity, plunging into the past. The acquaintance of Andy and Red begins the day when Dufresne asks “the man who can get it” a poster of Rita Hayworth, whose name became a part of the book’s title “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption”. In due course, the main hero asks Red for a rock-hammer, as he has a hobby of carving different shapes from rocks. The bitter irony of King can be seen in the fact that the orders of the prisoners were delivered to them in books. The thing that should be a source of knowledge becomes a method of […]

Homer’s “The Odyssey” essay

Posted on May 2nd, 2014 by essay

Compare and contrast To begin with, it should be reminded that according to general definition compare and contrast essay is a kind of writing that is meant to compare any two items and/or contrast them, i.e. analyze them critically finding and pointing out dissimilarities. In this paper, there is a try to cope with appropriate task dealing with Homer’s “The Odyssey” translated by Robert Fagles and “Sprited away” directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It is stated that looking pretty similar works are drastically different form each other, considering the main concepts, which are determined by differences in genre, characters, and style of narration. To get appropriate idea, all of mentioned distinguishing points, as well as similarities, will be analyzed. Similarities. In […]

Essay online Documentary films

Posted on April 27th, 2014 by essay

Since the expository type of documentary film was chosen for the main part of the film, there were a number of issues related to the narrator, subject coverage and the selection of questions and topics for interview. First of all, it was necessary to ensure that the subject of ghost bikes was properly explained and extensively covered during the film. Secondly, it was necessary to present an objective and unbiased view on the chosen topic, to the best possible extent. Accuracy of historical facts and correct use of inferences and hypotheses (e.g. that ghost bikes might prevent people from bicycling) should be maintained, and this was a significant problem, because the filmmaker and narrator had own view on this phenomenon, […]

Documentary films essay

Posted on April 27th, 2014 by essay

Documentaries often address new, unknown or specific phenomena or events happening in the world. One of such notable phenomena are “ghost bikes” – unofficial memorials to cyclists who have been injured or killed on the road. These bicycles are usually painted in white, and often have a broadsheet or placard with the name of the victim and a valedictory from relatives or friends on it. These bicycles are located close to the places where accidents happened, and are locked to appropriate objects in these locations. Ghost cycles are a new form of memorials, and they play two different (and equally important) roles: commemorate the bicyclists who have died in an accident, and draw people’s attention to the need to be […]