Gbewonyo, Selom 1
Death is Not Just Physical:
The Mental and Physical Effect of War on the Soldier in The Things They Carried
[Soldiers] are forlorn like children, and experienced like old men, we are crude
and sorrowful and
By Upton Sinclair
Situation #1, Chapter 2, pages 23-24
A. The characters involved in this scene are Jurgis and one of the bosses of Brown and
B. Jurgis goes to Brown and Companys Centra
Artistry of Teaching For, With and About Multiple Intelligences Discussion
A. The point that the author was trying to make is that, the brain being such a complex
structure that it could be defined to fit
A Method to My Madness
How My Crazy Writing Process Keeps Me Sane
When it comes to writing I have a process which I follow to the dot. In a process
consisting of organization, sweet tunes, and so much food, I manage to make m
In the years that I have been writing, I know how important it is to keep in mind the
progress that I have been doing. On the scale of 1-10, I would rate my writing on a scale of a 7.5.
I have had some expe
The Cycle of Socialization Analysis Questions
2.1. What is the nature of our socialization experience at this stage of the cycle? What is
meant by an ascribed role and how does it relate to question 1.5? What are the key thi
On The Duty of Civil Disobedience AQs
Q1: Who or what is the machine?
A1: The machines are the mass of men that serve the State, such as the army and militia.
Q2: Why is a government best that governs least [or not at all]?
Death is Not Just Physical
The Mental and Effect of War on the Soldier in The Things They Carried (INTRO DRAFT 5)
[Soldiers] are forlorn like children, and experienced like old men, we are crude and
sorrowful and superficial-