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Have you ever had to write analytical essays? If so, then you probably know what it is. However, let us give you more detailed description. An analytical essay isn’t a regular essay one may write in the middle school; it is a special kind of essay that is written in order to help the reader gain a better understanding of a particular object. In other words, in the process of analytical essay writing you should answer the following questions: “What does the object look like?”, “What message does this object convey?”, “What are the component parts of this object?” and “What is my attitude towards this object?”. Proceeding from the characteristic features and requirements applicable to analytical essays, a lot of students find it difficult to write analytical essays. According to the statistics data only few of them will write analytical essays on their own and make profound research on the topic. The vast majority of students however will start to surf the Internet trying hard to find analytical essay samples or ready-made essays. Thus, teachers often have to read analytical essays that are full of stolen ideas taken from unreliable sources. If you need to write an analytical essay and want to avoid hackneyed phrases and doubtful arguments, we are ready to render professional analytical essay help. You just have to make several simple steps:
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America & World History Final Exam Essay The Best and Worst of Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson Saturday, May 31, 2008 Period 1 Final Exam Essay Woodrow Wilson served as our twenty-eighth president for eight years showing the United States his loyalty, leadership ability and response to tough times. Woodrow Wilson did many great things for the United States, one of them being his support of the women's suffrage. For many years women led rallies in front of the white house, begging the president to support their cause. Finally, in 1918, Wilson finally announced his support of the cause, promising women the right to vote. Between the time in 1919 that the senate finally passed the amendment and the time Wilsons support was announced, women saw three results: increased activism among local groups, new, bold ideas to build enthusiasm and rebirth of the national movement. However, though Wilson had his shining moment with women, he also had some darker days- Although in 1912, Wilson won the support of the NAACP's black intellectuals and white liberals by promising to treat blacks equally and to speak out against lynching, Wilson did not elect any black officials for his cabinet and instilled segregation facilities, only separating and betraying blacks, not keeping his promises. I believe that if a president is going to make a promise for a change, he needs to either follow through or withdraw his promise with an apology publicly. Theodore Roosevelt, our twenty sixth p[resident also had his shining moments, for instance, setting aside 194 acres of land for national parks, forests and preserves. By putting aside so much land, Roosevelt showed the United States that he was really serious about being president and wanted to not only better the day, but better the future as well. However, even though he worked hard to preserve America's future, he did...
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It is a saying which states that your name can run your destiny, and in my case it seems to be true, but in a different way. If I translate my name in English, it means "obstacle". Nevertheless, it has not been any obstacle in my life yet which I could not pass. Moreover, any impediment for me means a new challenge. But the biggest accomplishment I have achieved in my life is to have a family and a career. In addition, I dare to say that without the support of my family, I would not have a career. After I had graduated the Transylvania University as an engineer, I started to work for an American company in Romania. It was a great chance for a new graduate like me to work with many experienced people. Furthermore, the company was at the beginning so everyone worked hard and tried to do his or her best. As there were many projects, sometimes we had to work twelve hours per day. Indeed, it was a very busy period, but there were also many rewards: the satisfaction of being part of a successful organization, the recognition our team gained as the most hard-working and professional among all branches, and the unconditional support of my wife. After a while, I started to think about the next step in my career; I had spoken with my wife and she agreed to sustain me for a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering. As a result, I started to study for the admission exam. That was a very hard time for everybody since I had been working for eight hours and then had been studying for at least three hours a day. That fact left us just little time for us as a family, but I would say it...
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Why did Voltaire chose to use the format of a tale to present the story of Candide, why did he chose to use a tale to present his ideas of the world, how he perceive the world as true love does not conquer and religion will not save you, more precisely to say is that true happiness of the heart can only be fulfilled when one can ignore all the worldly desires and troubles, to be totally settle down to cultivate the fulfillment in mind through simplicity? A tale by definition is a malicious story, piece of gossip, or petty complaint; a deliberate lie; a falsehood; a narrative of real or imaginary events; a story. (American heritage dictionary) These definitions seems to fit into Voltaire's idea to present Candide more like a comic story then as a real life situation, due to the fact that the characters in the story had all went through many deaths and miraculously escaped from the misfortune and came back to life. All the seemingly impossible adventures of Candide in the tale were creations of Voltaire's fantasy and thus contributed to this malicious story or so called a deliberate lie as El Dorado is only a creation in the mind. The world where Candide had lived in is only a lie and the final peace in mind and harmony which they were able to obtain can never be achieved through modern live and thus all these fancies on a perfect world of Voltaire's are just a tale to be told, or imagination went wild. The attack on optimism was vulgar, he had not missed a single chance to criticize on Pangloss's philosophy of 'all is for the good' and he was so satirical that the readers start to laugh at Pangloss's nonsense of such philosophy. "'It is...
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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's Winter Dreams, Dexter Green, neither a rich nor poor boy, strives for the best in life by abandoning solid and stable things in life for better but unstable opportunities. Throughout the story he strives for the best things in life, an education at Princeton, a partnership in a laundry, and a rich girl who everybody desires. He tries to get out of his present rung in society to a higher one, where people can have anything they want at anytime they want. He wants to be the center of attention at every party and meeting, and he wants to be admired and envied by everyone. When Dexter is a teenager he already understands what he wants and how to get it. Working at the golf course one day, Dexter is mesmerized by a girl, Judy Jones, who is not pretty at the time, but will grow up to be beautiful. Dexter is fourteen years old at the time and he can't take his eyes off Judy, a rich spoiled girl, who is arguing with her nurse. When he finally comes to his senses and talks to the nurse and Judy, Dexter quits being a caddie. Even though the job paid more than any other Dexter could possibly get during the summer, Dexter realized that his "Winter Dreams" of becoming a rich and respected man, like Judy's father, could not be achieved by serving the rich and respected. Dexter abandoned a great source of money and a stable position where everybody liked him, and his work, to find better opportunities with different rewards. When Dexter becomes he prospers to a point when he joins the country club and finds himself among the people he wants to mimic. After he graduates, Dexter goes to and Ivy League university, passing up...
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"Everything happens for the best, in this the best of all possible worlds." This is a statement that can be found many times within Voltaire's Candide. Voltaire rejected Lebitizian Optimism, using Candide as a means for satirizing what was wrong with the world, and showing that, in reality, this is not the best of all possible worlds. The philosophy of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, which Voltaire called "optimism," is one of the main themes of Candide. The two main points of Leibnitzian philosophy are that God is beneficent, and that in creating the world, He created the best possible one. Leibnitz did not argue that the world was perfect or that evil was non-existent, but thanks to God's goodness and His constant concern with his creation, right finally emerges. It is all a matter of being able to see the Divine plan in its totality and not to judge by solitary parts. This theory was attractive to many because it answered a profound philosophical question that mankind had be struggling with since the beginning of faith: if God is all-powerful and benevolent, then why is there so much evil in the world? Optimism provides an easy way out of this. Voltaire's experiences led him to dismiss the idea that this is the best of all possible worlds. Examining the death and destruction, both man-made and natural (such as the Libson earthquake), Voltaire concluded that everything was not, in fact, for the best. As a Deist, Voltaire's God was one who initially created the world, and then left it to its own devices. Voltaire does most of his satirizing through the character of Dr. Pangloss, an unconditional follower of Leibnitz's philosophy and Candide's mentor. Pangloss' ramblings are not personal attacks on Leibnitz, but in some way represent the thoughts of a typical optimist. He is...
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This statement about me and my high school years is something I would like you to take into consideration. The basic facts that I have given in my application are only the facts that are written down and kept record of. They don't tell you who I am as a person, nor do they tell you if I would be good for your school. Hopefully in this personal statement of mine, I would like to not accuse, but to explain why some of the reasons why you should consider me a student that is right for your school. I would first like to start off out saying that your school is at the top of my list, as well as many others. I have learned many great things in high school such as, how to deal with pressure when it counts the most, how to work as a member of a team to achieve the same goal, how to deal with gain as well as loss, and many more great tools needed in life to succeed. Yet there are many more ideas and theories to be learned in college that I would like to experience, most of all, at your university. I think J.F. Kennedy said it the best, "ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what can you do for your country". I think I have the same principle, when I ask you it's not what your university can do for me, but what can I do to for your university. My high school career had it ups and downs, my grade point average is lower than I would like it to be, but again I'm every active and do many extra circular activities. I am involved in football, basketball, track, FFA, FBLA, DECA, and a member...
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Why is it that when a gay is exposed in the military, the country halts and pays full attention to the fact that a "queer" might be fighting for this great nation? And why is it that an entire state can be shocked by the community who's football team's star quarterback is a "fag?" Will it matter then if the soldier leads this country into battle as an integral part of the army? And will it matter then if that quarterback leads the team to the state championship? Most likely, it won't. On top of the negativity that exists about gays/lesbians in the media one of the biggest concerns homosexuals have is lack of representation (in the media.) There have been numerous gay rights marches, speakers, and not so pleasant beatings and brutal killings that somehow don't make it to the news scene. In fact, in 1995, 13% of 7,947 bias-motivated crimes reported to the FBI were committed out of sexual-orientation bias. (Hate Crime Statistics, 5.) While there are some, typically, there are no reports of these happenings in newspapers or television shows. However, there are a tremendous amount of half hour shows on what celebrities wore to the Grammy's and who can survive on secluded island-eating bugs for six weeks. Where are our countries values? The gay and lesbian community in this country has fought over countless incidents of negative feelings and prejudices in their role in the military and on high school teams. In the past 30 years they have strived to gain political, social, and religious respect, though the fight is still far from over. Some feel gays have made incredible strides, while others feel there has been little to no improvement from the 1960-70's. (Israel, 21.) Not only should the gay and lesbian community receive coverage in the news, the attention given...
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Giving your self to service is life's true fulfillment. There is no better feeling than helping the less fortunate. I myself have had hands on experience with community service and it has changed me in miraculous ways. Last summer I started volunteering at Joe DiMaggio's Children's Hospital. Eager to help I went in with my eyes closed and learned lessons I thought I would never learn. At the beginning of my journey I saw this hospital like any other one, one that is designed to cure the ill. But this hospital is in a league all its own; putting smiles on the patients faces regardless of how sick they really are. This is a place in which sick children can be themselves regardless of prejudice and stereotyping. The world is a cruel place and these poor innocence beings just need a place to forget their worries and Joe DiMaggio is a place to let loose. Many of my tasks at the hospital where hands on. Reading, playing, arts and crafts, or just simply offering moral support is a volunteer's top priority. Just after a couple of weeks at the hospital, I became a regular. Patients were beginning to ask about me and were inquiring when I would come and play. The feeling of being helpful encouraged me and I began spending more and more time at the hospital. I would visit patients on my days off and became quite close to many of them through the weeks. On an ordinary day at the hospital, I met a boy around my age named Steven. Steven was very shy and kept to himself and for some reason he decided to confide in me. We became great friends and I saw him every time I went to the hospital. One day he decided to come clean...
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