“Why do many characters have the same or very similar names in “Wuthering Heights”?
In the classic romantic novel Wuthering Heights, many characters have similar names, and character references can be confusing. One underlying factor driving the naming patterns in this novel is family naming patterns that link parents to children. As multiple generations are added to the story, children are given the names of their parents – specifically, Catherine’s daughter Cathy Linton, and Isabella Heathcliff (née Linton)’s son Linton Heathcliff (Bronte, 2009). The study of these family naming patterns is called onomastics (Falck-Kjallquist, 2016). Continue reading Wuthering Heights Analysis Sample
“How Did Slack Create Such Explosive Growth in Their 1st Year?
Slack is a team messaging application founded by Stewart Butterfield and officially launched in February 2014. Although young, this app became very popular among companies and freelance working teams and demonstrated explosive growth in its first year. The reasons of this success are the following: it is user-friendly; it can integrate numerous third-party applications; and it can be synchronized on many devices. Continue reading Sample Papers on Marketing: Slack
“Why Don’t Airlines Have Parachutes For Passengers?
Have you ever thought, while sitting in your airplane seat picturing the worst scenario for a flight to be ended, that it would be relievingly safer if all the passengers on the plane had their own parachute in case of emergencies?, If you have, then you are not the only one. Throughout the years, safety has been considered to be of major importance, especially when it comes to mass transportation systems such as airplanes, trains and ships. In fact, safety was the main reason parachutes were used in the first world war as a life-saving alternative for pilots when their planes get crashed or burned. Today, there are parachutes that can carry small aircrafts, but what about individual parachutes? Continue reading Travel and Tourism Essay: Parachutes For Passengers
“Suppose that instead of three doors, there are four doors in the Monty Hall problem. What is the probability that you will win by not changing the door?
Monty Hall dilemma is one of the puzzles in probability theory. It was named after a well-known producer, sportscaster and host of the famous TV game. Continue reading Statistics Sample Essay: The Monty Hall Problem
“Why Is Homeopathy Not a Science?
Homeopathy is a relatively new type of alternative medicine popularized in the mid 70-s by Samuel Hahnemann (SMITH, 2012). Although homeopathic medications are used by millions of patients earning millions of dollars for its practitioners in USA alone, doctors take a dim view of the homeopathic treatment ways and regard it as pseudoscience (Smith, 2012). A lot of scientists and doctors in academic circles maintain that homeopathy is a belief that is wrongly and falsely presented as scientific (Smith, 2012). Continue reading Medical School Essays: Homeopathy
“Why Was Conquering Stalingrad So Crucial for Germany Strategy in WWII?
The battle of Stalingrad was a crucial point of strategy for Germany and the central powers in World War II, because the capture of Stalingrad would have expanded German rule into southern Russia and destroyed any form of transportation southern Russia had with northern Russia over the Volga River. Unfortunately for Germany, the battle of Stalingrad did not go as planned. The Soviet Union defeated German troops and managed to stop German advancement into Russia. History.com explains how important the Battle of Stalingrad was in the bigger picture of the War. “This monumental battle is justly considered a turning point in the war on the Eastern Front and one of the most crucial engagements of World War II.” Continue reading Historical Analysis Sample: The Battle of Stalingrad
“What are the brightest examples of personification found in Homer’s “The Odyssey”?
In nowadays literature world personification is defined as attribution of humanlike qualities to non-human objects. Contemporary and long-recognized authors commonly use this technique in their writings. Moreover, until recently, personification was directly linked to allegory (Paxson, 1994), so the most antique works of literature can be now associated with this writing method. One of those works is Homer’s Odyssey, which is filled with several personifications. Continue reading The Odyssey Review Sample: Personification