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Marriage of women in Africa literature
People from different social classes were not allowed to marry only people from some class could interact and marry. If a man wanted to marry a woman from another social class he had to produce more properties as a payment of dowry to prove that he will be able to care for the woman.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Essay
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Martin Luther King's Three Ways of Meeting Oppression
Martin Luther King’s “Three Ways of Meeting Oppression” is a highly personal and persuasive section from his book, Stride Toward Freedom, in which he presented the three ways people deal with oppression and argues clearly for what he considered as the right one, among the three choices presented.
Pages: 3 (750 words), Essay
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Mes Mauvaises Penses by Nina Bouraoui
The major objective of this paper is to learn and explore the connection between exile, identity, and language as per the concepts of Nina Bouraoui. While discovering this fact, the concept of objectification will come to the surface which is an integral part of “Mes Mauvaises Pensees”.
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Essay
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Murray's Mother-In-Law to Major Barbara
Barbara the most promising member of the family has joined the Salvation Army and taken up with a passionate Greek scholar Adolphus Cusins. Lomax, Sarah’s fiancé will not receive his Trust Fund until he is 35. Lady Undershaft is constrained to call in her husband whose fabulous wealth can help them out of this tight spot.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Essay
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Mrs. Hitara Importance in David Masumotos and Pico Iyers Texts
For Masumoto, his visit to Japan does not feel as much of a “triumphant return as he expected it to. The sense of not-belonging to his heritage is overwhelming, a disappointment that is seemingly countered by the farmer Satoro. Masumoto’s love for cultivating the family farm is matched by Satoro’s farming skills.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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Mark Mathabanes Kaffir Boy
To be human means to be humane, and to be humane means to be compassionate and caring. Thus, in as much as the human society can be brutal, it can also be humane. This fact was most portrayed in Part II of the book, “Passport to Knowledge”(21.1). 
Pages: 7 (1500 words), Essay
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Matthew Arnolds Poetry

The poem’s language has been enriched by the poet. "Tremulous cadence", "eternal note of sadness" clearly signifies melancholy and these adjectives have been used to increase the melancholic feeling in the poem. The readers must look for metaphors and images to understand the hidden meaning of the poem.

Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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Modernism
She writes, “but the principle that is hid: in the absence of feet, a method of conclusions; a knowledge of principals in the curious phenomenon of your occipital horn.” (Moore)The voice of the poet reflects the social tensions of the era in one form or the other. By rejecting the established poetic rules, Moore speaks out against the prevailing societal norms. Does she mean that the society is progressing in a snail’s pace, directionless and destination less?The underlying point is that
Pages: 3 (750 words), Essay
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Mary Oliver's piece of reading Of power and time
And the occasional success, to the striver, is worth everything”. It is with the effortless brilliance that Mary Oliver describes her world as a portrayal of her situation to the reader making the essay more inspiring to readers through its descriptive elegance. Point in mind is the description of her position and the movement of the clock, “It is a silver morning like any other. 
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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