• Dramatic Monologue Speaker Reader Browning
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    Valencic 1 Trials and hearings take place frequently in our society today. In a trial, it is the job of two lawyers to persuade a jury to see a situation a certain way, regardless if it is the right way, the truthful way, or if it is even the way they themselves see it. It is then the jury's obligation, after listening to both sides of the story, to make a decision based on the evidence presented, and in most cases, the evidence is either not presented in its entirety or overwhelmingly slanted t...
  • Business Ethics Younger Employee
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    The people in society have become selfish, ignorant, greedy, and egotistical. People running businesses have forgotten what loyalty means, and have centered their minds only on making profits. If the head of an office gives a bad example or shows that they do not care for their businesses, their employees will not show any dedication or enthusiasm for making the business succeed. Businesspeople think only about one thing, money, and that brings a dow full in their business, causing more problems...
  • Robert Frost Poem Choices
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    Choices made in "The Road Not Taken' In ‘ The Road Not Taken' by Robert Frost, the speaker has to make a difficult decision about choosing one of two equally promising roads to travel on. This poem is easy for people to identify with because people all have to make difficult decisions in their lives. I admire the poem because it shows this dilemma really well. But in the end of the poem the speaker changes his tone and seems to regret the choice he made after all. I don't like this tone o...
  • Hamlet Make A Decision
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    When do you know a work of literature has stood the test of time? When William Shakespeare wrote it. But why are his works so respected and cherished? One of his most famous works, Hamlet, is still a favorite among actors and occasional readers, alike, but why? Why is Shakespeare? s work still able to challenge and inspire people, four hundred years after it was written? The answer is simple. Shakespeare? s work, though complicated, will never have just one meaning, it will always be up to the i...
  • The Road Roads To Travel
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    Everyone is a traveler, choosing the roads to follow on the map of their continuous life. A straight path never leaves speaker with one sole direction on which to travel. Robert Frost? s poem "The Road Not Taken" is about how the choices affect speaker? s life. Frost illustrates speaker to make a difficult decision about choosing one of two equally promising roads to travel on. When speaker comes to a fork road, a decision needs to be made. Both paths are different and choosing the right one wil...