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  • Written In Admissions Essays
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    "Proofread! Have others proofread! Spell check! Its stunning how many people have careless, even really obvious typos in their statements. It makes the applicant look sloppy, uninterested, unintelligent". - Admissions Officer You would be amazed at the things that get written in admissions essays-even at the top schools. The following is a list of some of the funniest mistakes found by the admissions officers on our team. Remember that behind the hilarity of these errors lurks a serious message:...
  • White's Essay E.B.
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    Evaluation of E.B. White's Essay E.B. White's essay, "Once More To The Lake", is an enjoyable story full of detailed description and emotion. In the beginning, this author uses specific words and phrases to describe the setting, a camp at a lake in Maine that the main character used to visit when he was a young boy with his father. This part of the essay, .".. this holy spot-the coves and streams, the hills that the sun set behind, the camps and the paths behind the camps... ". allows the reader...
  • Pope's Essay Points Out Time After Time
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    If "imitation is the sincerest flattery", then more than 250 years after his passing Alexander Pope deserves a spot in the ranks as one of the most flattered writers of all time. His works have been dissected of every phrase of possible significance and spilled onto page-a-day calendars and books of wit across the world. The beauty of his catchy maxims is that they are not only memorable, but attempt to convey his philosophy with perfect poetic ingenuity. Unfortunately, his well-achieved goals o...
  • Existence Of God In Order
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    Alexander Pope's An Essay On Man: The Paradoxical Nature Of Man As A Paradox In The Clash Of Philosophical Trends. The "Essay" consists of epistles, addressed to Lord Bolingbroke, and derived, to some extent, from some of Bolingbroke's own fragmentary Philosophical writings, as well as from ideas expressed by Anthony Ashley Cooper, the third Earl of Shaftsbury. Pope sets out to describe and explain that no matter how incomplete, complicated, impenetrable, and disturbingly full of evil the Univer...
  • Ken's Concealed Sexuality And Barbie's Exposed Sexuality
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    In the essay "Our Barbies, Ourselves", Emily Prager explores the history of the Barbie doll and talks about the Barbie doll itself. Prager seems convinced that the Barbie doll was an object created by a man and that Barbie reeks of sexuality, sexual innuendo and serves as the anti-feminist embodiment of every man's fantasy. In her own expressive and persuasive modes to fashion an essay designed to persuade the reader that the Barbie doll is a twisted and corrupt tool designed by men to combat th...
  • Section Seven Of An Essay On Man
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    Flummoxed: "An Essay on Man" From the excerpt I read of "An Essay on Man", I have grasped the general concept of this epistle which is how man is put up in contrast to the universe. There were many paragraphs in which I had to read over quite a few times in order to grasp its true reasoning. One quote I would like to analyze is from line 130 stating "Of order, sins against the Eternal Cause". If I had to interpret this without any background information it would be hard to grasp what Pope means ...
  • Pope's An Essay On Man
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    "An Essay on Man" by English poet Alexander Pope is a philosophical poem, which was published, in the 18th century during a historical period called the Enlightenment. A huge emphasis was placed on the ability to think and reason during the Enlightenment. People during this era reflected about a variety of topics. Some people concerned themselves with the issue of God, which consequently caused many to question the church. Others were concerned with the organization of the Universe, and man's pl...
  • Conflict Between Reason And Passion
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    Four Authors Views on Reason Certain Individuals that lived in the period of time know as the Age of Reason discovered many knew inventions and advancements to improve the quality of life. When experimented with, these advantages brought forth knew ideas to extraordinary people who forever changed the way we look at life. Although many people found these discoveries to bring a great revival to mankind, others rejected these new improvements and felt as if they were defying god. These years were ...
  • Crime The Condemned Man
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    "A Hanging" written by George Orwell, depicts the tragedy of taking a healthy man's life, through an abundant amount of similes, imagery, and symbolism. The main focus of this essay is centered around the hanging, and the events which precede and follow the action itself. The reader never becomes aware of what crime the condemned man committed. Therefore, there is no room to judge if this ultimate punishment is just. The tone dramatically shifts throughout the essay, giving rise to changes of em...
  • Men In The Essay Lack Integrity
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    Matt Dreg ely Mr. Smith 10-27-03 Sec. 2164 JE# 9 The Nature of Dog Intelligence A. Coren wrote this essay as a definition essay. He did this to try and define the different types of intelligence. B. I think Coren's point of the essay was that intelligence is too broad to explain, you can't know it all. C. I learned a little bit more about dogs and the different types of intelligence. D. If I were to improve this essay I would have used an animal that has all of the characteristics of intelligenc...
  • Pope's An Essay On Man Alexander
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    Alexander Pope's An Essay On Man Essay, Alexander Pope's An Essay On Man Alexander Pope's An Essay on Man is an attempt to vindicate, as Milton had attempted to justify, the ways of God to man. Both attempt to explain God to man, but come up with different conclusions. Milton states that man can overcome God's design through faith and decency. In contrast, Pope remarks that man must accept what life gives him without trying to change his fate. Milton seeks to "justify the ways of God to men" (Pa...

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