Literary Analysis of Franz Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’

Literary Analysis of Franz Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’ ‘Metamorphosis’ is one of Franz Kafka’s known works. Written from the vantage point of Gregor Samsa, Kafka provides readers with an individual’s sudden transformation into a bug and the corresponding impact it creates to his family, identity and state of consciousness. By utilizing his approach, the story moves to […]

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Okwonko Speech

Away with White Men: Okonkwo’s Speech in Clan Meeting To the people of Umuofia: My friends, our ancestors have lived on this land for so many generations before us.  They handed down to us a rich culture and tradition that allowed our community to flourish and thrive.  Indeed, we are a proud community because our […]

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Anthem and Individualism

Introduction – Overall summary Anthem is a story about a youth protagonist and narrator named, Equality 7-2521 who fought for freedom and struggled against conformity. He was the epitome of individuality that went against the laws to pursue knowledge and the woman that he loves. Ironically, he was born to defy the rules of society […]

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The Aspiring Writer’s Letter

Dear Publisher, I heard that your agency actively seeks fiction from new writers, so I am more than willing to present my piece to you titled King Lear, a five-act play that accounts the fate of the infamous King Lear, his daughters, and his loyal servants. The tragedy started when King Lear, the king of […]

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Letter to the District Commissioner Umofia

The leadership that we have exhibited in our territories is now being expanded in different villages through our colonization efforts. I believe that your leadership has made all this success possible. Recently, we have established our government in a new territory, the village of Umuofia. In this village lies an old African culture that needs […]

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Impact of Immigration on United States Economy

Introduction Immigration has a huge impact on the American economy, just in 2014, a total number of 42.4 immigrants have been recorded to be living in the United States, including those who are undocumented and working beneath the government monitoring (Zong & Batalova, 2016). An estimated 11.4 million undocumented workers have been reported to be […]

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India Tops the World’s Worst Access to Rural Waters

67% of the 1.3 billion population of India lives in the rural areas and 7% of it has no access to clean water. (Salve, 2017). This translates to 63.4 million people suffering without clean water for drinking, cooking, and other daily household needs; which ranks first in the top 10 countries with worst access to […]

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