Impeachment: A Question To Ponder And Investigae » Impeachment was a big topic for a long time. I wrote two very similar essays on the topic for a class, including a research paper. Why is impeachment a bad idea in the first place? Why did the impeachment of Donald J Trump actually fail? I examine these questions by looking at it from a few angles, including digging in to Impeachment history.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 7k+, updated: 8/2/2020 published: 7/15/2020
1Why The Border IS So essential And More Should Be Done » I wrote this essay for an IR class. The title basicall speaks for itself. The border between countries is important, but more should be done about the Mexican Maerican border.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 2k+, 8/1/2020
The Topic At Hand Is Ren » I will be discussing the nature of ren and how one feels and has ren. This will be accomplished by analyzing the articles and the analects. Giving a general sort of account overall. What a person should feel and do because of ren. Whatever way you decide to analyze ren, the basic gist is to feel respectful, and benevolence without the selfish sort of motive.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, chapters: 2, words: 3k+, 7/16/2020
Paints In A Paint Pallette This is an essay I wrote for school. I describe writing techniques to be like tools such as paints in a painter's pallette and why? I give examples of writers who used certain techniques or paints to complete their masterpieces. I suggest these are powerful things and also very handy tools.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, words: 1k+, 7/14/2020
The System Works: Why We Should Not Fully Include Special Needs Studen » This is an essay about special education policy. the IDEA act of 1975 or PL 94142. I discuss how each child plan should be individually assessed and how widespread mainstreaming policies could be not as effective. It is great to mainstream people who are reasonably suited for such a policy, but lumping everyone in to mainstream settings may be ineffective
Fiction: Essay, K, English, chapters: 3, words: 11k+, 7/13/2020
having hope within a bleak existence This is a literary analysis of The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. I focus on the theme of bleakness, poverty, and a sense of hope despite of any struggles. I discuss the notion of how Jeannette Walls was still able to keep a positive identity and was able to be successful despite a difficult and bleak childhood, which made her grow up rather than remain a child.
Fiction: Essay, T, English, Drama & Adventure, words: 5k+, 12/9/2016
The Defense Of Dee A literary analysis essay based on Alice Walker's everyday use, which discusses the theme of Assimilation, acculturation, cultural identity conflict, and racial identity conflict. This essay defends Dee and Suggests that Dee's actions are justifiable. Furthermore, this essay proposes that this conflict can not be blamed on any individual in this scenario posed in the short story.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, Family & Drama, words: 4k+, 12/9/2016