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Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird was one heck of a novel. In the beginning I really didn’t like the book and with some parts I still don’t, but after all, this book was good. In this novel a lot of characters had an impact, some big and some small. The story really pertained the main characters of Scout, Jem, and Atticus. But, there were multiple people playing the background, and I would like to point out the character of...
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Language may be the words spoken, gestures, demeanour, visual or image. It is used to transfer the messages within the society. Culture is the understanding of people about the aspects such as traditions, customs and religions. While the identity is a person’s understanding about himself or herself and it is influenced by the culture. In the drama “Shafana and Aunt Sarrinah” written by Alana Valentine, language is used to highlight cultural identity in the aspects as power, conflict and cultural....
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The purpose of this briefing is to provide an overview of the Greater Sydney region’s past and current housing affordability situation. Key concerns and current policies will be outlined, so as to ensure that effective housing affordability solutions are implemented. This discussion will be supported by analysis of international case studies and pieces of various academic literature. It is recommended that the information provided in this briefing be taken into consideration when establishing new housing affordability policy directions for the...
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Faizullah’s choice of using the Ghazal form to write her poem was suitable and accurate. The Ghazal form is used for describing and talking about a beloved that could be a family member, later it was used to discuss the feelings of loss and longing. Faizullah is combining both subjects to write about her dear dead aunt. The word tree appears many times and occupies the role of the radif in this poem, moreover, it is a keyword that is...
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The novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood uses the anti-feminist rhetoric of Phyllis Schlafly to create the dystopian society of Gilead, “the logical extension not only of Puritan government but also of the agenda articulated during the 1980s by America’s fundamentalist Christian Right” (Neuman 857). Atwood recognizes that the agreement on the oppressive nature of sex by the feminists and anti-feminists of the 1970s and 1980s was the crux of the feminist movement’s downfall. She uses female characters to...
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