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The Largest Submarine Sandwich Company

Subway, the leading subway sandwich restaurant, opened its first store in August 1965 under a different name. The name was changed...

Oresteia

the thematic meaning by indulging in revenge and violence, the characters are behaving more in terms of instinctual, animal behavi...

Role of Religion in 2 Irish Plays

the Virgin Mary are frequently called upon in the characters speech to protect them and deliver their society from the hatred that...

The Female Characters in William Faulkner's 'Light In August'

spirit of her brother and grandfathers abolitionist movement, however, this attempt is only an extension of what two strong men be...

Miss Julie by August Strindberg and Themes of Class and Gender

station in life is far higher than that of Jean and yet she wants to escape. She begs Jean to help her get away, and promises to t...

August 19, 1942's Dieppe Operation

to keep trade routes open between Canada and the rest of the world, and to put on a united front to the world....

Education, Religion, and Theories of Emile Durkheim and August Comte

forces replace supernatural beings as the explanation for "original causes and purposes of things in the world" (Ritzer 90). The...

Joe Christmas in Light in August by William Faulkner

black as synonymous with good and evil that immediately plunges Joe into an emotional turmoil, from which he never completely dise...

August Comte, Karl Marx, and Their Philosophies

He sought not to try to make people feel any better about themselves or the world in which they lived aside from empowering them t...

'August 2026 There will com soft rains' by Ray Bradbury

tells the reader that whatever happened to the occupants occurred recently, as obviously the house still has electricity. The per...

August 7, 1945 Edition of The New York Times

dangers inherent in the use of nuclear energy. In an inside article, there is an attempt to explain, in a rudimentary way, the sci...

August 28, 1963 'I Have a Dream' Speech of Martin Luther King Jr.

speech. King uses the words -- "Five score years ago" (Internet source) -- that millions of Americans recognized and understand t...

Morality in Bleak House by Charles Dickens and Light in August by William Faulkner

only to make the reader see. A novelist of course is supposed to show and not tell. Through showing the reader the story, a moral ...

The Piano Lesson by August Wilson and its Fundamental Perspectives

In five pages this essay discusses the conflicting views of Berniece who wants to keep the treasured family heirloom the piano and...

Analysis of August Strindberg's The Father

Circe and Medusa. In The Father,...

Snow in August by Pete Hamill and Friendship Bonds

In five pages this paper examines the friendship between Rabbi Hirsch and a young Irish boy named Michael as described in this tex...

Sophocles' Antigone and August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone

This paper focuses on tragic form as is represented by these works. Neither nobility nor commoner enjoys immunity from tragedy. ...

The Stronger by August Strindberg

man she had been involved with was none other than Mrs. Xs husband. It is not at all a unique plot line, but the fact that this on...

The Stronger by August Strindberg

him in the end, yet if that is the case, why has she been the one who has had to experience such a range of emotional upheaval? I...

The Life and Work of August Wilson

In eight pages the ways in which Wilson's work seems to reflect his life are explored. Three sources are cited in the bibliograph...

Woodrow Wilson by August Heckscher

researching this topic will undoubtedly appreciate the insight that Heckscher provides in this early section as to the family infl...

Thomas Eakins' The Swimming Hole and Pierre August Renoir's The Great Bathers

In seven pages this paper contrasts and compares Eakins' American Realist painting with Renoir's French Impressionism work. Three...

Miss Julie by August Strindberg

Both elements of a lack of one parent and a parent on hand are represented and clearly speak of how the times regarded such a conc...

Richard Wright's Black Boy and William Faulkner's Light in August and Black Identity

white society or in any way "rock the boat". As Jennifer Poulos observes, they are, in particular, taught to be quiet, and to refr...

William Faulkner's Light in August

In five pages this paper examines racial prejudice and gender issues within the context of William Faulkner's story. There is one...

Slavery in The Piano Lesson by August Wilson

struggle her family members endured. It can be argued that Boy Willies actions were evident of his strong desire to shed hi...

August Wilson, His Career

This essay offers an overview of Wilson's career, biography and achievements. Four pages in length, three sources are cited. ...

Handkerchief Significance in William Shakespeare's Othello

good man, whom he has treated unjustly. Desdemona has, of course, been persuaded by Iago to defend Cassio, as he knows that this w...

Alan Ayckbourn/The Norman Conquests

neighbor. Reg, Ruth and Annie are siblings and Annie looks after their invalid mother in the family home in which they are all sta...

George Bernard Shaw's 'Mrs. Warren's Profession'

poverty and very dependant and aware of the dangers associated with honest work such as the dangers of lung disease and premature ...