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  • Commentary

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    The article discusses the environmental issues that Australia faces as a result of numerous companies emitting greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide. Thanks to that, a negative externality occurs because the production of goods and services in Australia has a major effect upon a third party. For example, a company is set up next to a residential area; this will have a negative effect on the residents living in that region. For this reason the Australian government is deciding whether to impose

  • Prose Commentary

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    Lanark: Prose Commentary 1 Lanark  Prose Commentary Retno Widyanti This extract from Lanark ,written by Alasdair Gray, is a highly evocative piece of narrative prose. Set within a church in Lenzies, Glasgow, the excerpt illustrates the loss of love and theloss of self-belief which are inextricably intertwined for the character Duncan Thaw. Writtenin a post-modern style, it is also representative of the subjectivity of perception and its abilityto change with the passage of time. Duncan is forced

  • Reflective Commentary

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    Guidance for completion of your reflective commentary A reflective approach to your educational and culturalexperience will bring about changes in the way you perceive your academic environment. Further, this reflective approach can go on to produce changes in attitudes and awareness which may, in turn, benefit your personal and professional growth. While a single experience in isolation, such as your overseas or homeplacement,will be insufficient to achieve such growth, that experience coupled

  • Otherwise Commentary

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    Otherwise Commentary The poem Otherwise is short, simple and eloquent. The author, Cilla McQueen, describes two lovers that are located on “opposite” sides of the world. McQueen uses the title to emphasize the conflicts. The speaker’s emotions are expressed through two main themes; love and distance. Imagery and diction maximize the emotions associated with these themes. Additionally, she uses many literary devices throughout the poem for effect. From the onset, the title Otherwise is vital to

  • Case Commentary

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    University College Cork Review www.ucc.ie Case commentary provided on: Do Something-He’s About to Snap by Eileen Roche Big Shoes to Fill by Michael Beer Bob’s Meltdown by Nicholas G. Carr We Googled You by Diane Coutu When Steve Becomes Stephanie by Loren Gary and Brian Elliot Moonlighter by Bronwyn Fryer Micromanager by Bronwyn Fryer All the Wrong Moves by David A. Garvin Riding the Celtic Tiger by Eileen Roche The Best of Intentions by John Humphreys Steve Carmody Human

  • Commentary on Feet

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    Analysis on Feet Feet is a prose talking about a little child looking at his sister’s death. The story is set in a post war period, when poverty and diseases are everywhere. We can know this by looking at the date written under the title, “September 1948”. The story happened in a working class family in Ireland. We can know that it is set in Ireland from the little sister’s name. From the sentence in line 7, “ Una. My younger sister, Una.” We know that her name is Una, which is an Irish name,

  • Commentary On Cyclone

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    Describe how you think you can make a difference on Cyclone – I can positively impact Cyclone for many reasons such as; keeping chat clean and friendly, giving out unique ideas for the server to make the experience for players more enjoyable, thrive to become a role model for the server and to make the network an all-around awesome server. One key difference I can give to Cyclone is my creativity, I can think of really unique ideas to add to the server. This will not only make the experience better

  • Commentary Search Essay

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    LIBERTY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY COMMENTARY SEARCH ON APORIA IN THE 21ST CHAPTER OF JOHN WRITTEN FOR PROFESSOR THOMAS CAMPBELL IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE COURSE NBST 655 THE GOSPEL OF JOHN BY DENISE WATSON-SMITH #221890 July 15, 2012 LYNCHBURG, VA TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………...3 COMMENTARY ANALYSIS…………..………………………………………………..3 D.A. Carson……………………………………………………………………….3 W. Hall Harris III………………………………………………………………….4 Leon Morris………………………………………………………………………

  • The Assault Commentary

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    1 February 2015 In The Assault by Harry Mulisch, Anton is haunted by his past throughout his life. His past during World War II consist of witnessing losing his family. This impacts him to the extent that his choices of living life are influenced by it. From the excerpt of The Assault, Anton finally realizes what he has done, in which he notices his choices are made from neglecting his past. He sees his current family asleep and evaluates himself whether or not he should seek the truth of his past

  • Patchwork Commentary

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    Patchwork Analysis Eavan Boland’s unique poem, Patchwork, allows the reader to be privy to the private thoughts of a persona, presumably the author herself, as she struggles to answer the question of fate or destiny. Throughout the poem, while quilting alone late at night, the speaker puzzles over the randomness of the universe, utilizing the simple quilt metaphor to inspire a final epiphany. Immediately revealing the central theme of the poem as well as alluding to the narrator’s apparent self-doubt

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