Iron Jawed Angels Review

Have you ever wondered what being a woman of the 19th century was really like? Hillary Swank portrays it beautifully in this drama/romance that should be added to our High School library for all young women to see. Swank portrays a young defiant, Alice Paul, a political activist in Iron Jawed Angels, in which the director, Katja von […]

Analysis of Spike Lee's He Got Game

A Close Analysis of Spike Lee’s He Got Game Claimed as Spike Lee best work since Malcolm X, He Got Game is a film about the relationship between a father and his son. In this film the father, Jake Shuttlesworth (Denzel Washington), is serving time in prison for murdering his wife. His son, Jesus Shuttlesworth (Ray Allen), is […]

Realism in 19th Century American Fiction

The 19th century is considered to mark the origin of realism as a literary movement in the United States. American writers following the era of change in American life, moved steadily from Romanticism towards Realism, which was to lead the next step of Naturalism. The process was gradual, reflecting the periodic fluctuations in the history of American society. […]

School Dress Codes

In the public schools and in the society the common issue in the schools is the dress attire. Should we enforce dress codes or uniforms in public schools? I know we have our freedom of expression but some people express themselves a little too much. The issue on dress is still an issue but people had ignored it […]

The Movie Higher Learning

Higher Learning; Gift and a Curse Higher Learning is a book made into a film which carries deep social and cultural issues that has plagued America since the time of its establishment. In this book, the author John Singleton sheds light on the never ending issues of education, racist, sexual abuse; social class, gender, and sexual orientation are […]

Opposing Viewpoints: Abortion

Appendix E Critical Analysis Forms Fill out one form for each source. Source 1 The “Necessary Evil” Argument Does Not Justify Abortion Forsythe, Clarke D. “The ‘Necessary Evil’ Argument Does Not Justify Abortion. ” Opposing Viewpoints: Abortion. Ed. Mary E. Williams. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2002. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. Apollo Library-Univ of Phoenix. 9 Jan. 2010 […]

Thalia Grace: Daughter of Zeus

Thalia Grace, or just Thalia, since she doesn’t like using her last name, is one of the children of the Big Three. Who are the Big Three, you ask? Well, they are the top most powerful gods in Olympus: Zeus, lord of the sky, Poseidon, lord of the sea, and Hades, lord of the Underworld. You must be […]

A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sun Essay Often in works of literature a character’s life is affected by a single act or mistake In the play, “A Raisin in the Sun” by Lorraine Hansberry , the character Mama is affected by a mistake. When Mama’s husband dies, she receives a $10,000 check. She decides to split the money three […]

All About Me

Kenneth Lai Period 2 9-1-10 I never thought that if I sat down to write about myself, the result would be this. My name is Kenneth Lai and I was born at Kaiser Hospital in Berkeley, California on November 10, 1993. I live with my Mother, aunt and uncle in San Leandro, California. My mother and father divorced […]

Abu Ghraib: A Coverage Comparison of Western and Arab Media

A Coverage Comparison & Analysis CNN (Western Media) vs. al Jazeera On Wednesday, April 28, 2004, a series of pictures broadcast on CBV “60 Minutes II” prompted an worldwide media frenzy that challenged America’s so-called moral superiority, complicated the fight against terror in the Middle East, crippled U. S. relations with the international community and elicited public demands […]


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