Category Archives: Book Review Essay

The Alchemist

Following fate Paul Coelho’s book the Alchemist is a classic book that focuses on a human beings ability to merge what providence, fate, love and nature have in store for him in order to realize the supreme reason as to why he was created. This book focuses on three dominant themes that are going ... >>

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Race, class, and gender in the United States

Abstract Race, Class, Gender in the United States is a completion of essays which Rothenberg uses to paint a picture of oppression for women, the minority and financially oppressed members in the society. In the book, race has been defined as the sole determinant of human characteristics and capacit... >>

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Marriage

Introduction Marriage is a lifetime bond of mutual assistance, between two or more person and sharing of some specific roles in the domestic setup (Bernfeld 6). In this essay, the main focus is the different ways that the American and Chinese women think about themselves within the context of their... >>

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Annotated Bibliography

Pohlong, B. (2004). Culture and Religion: A Conceptual Study. Mittal Publications In this particular book, the author elaborates on conceptual issue relating to the central role played by religion in culture. He starts by elaborating on what culture is and how it is attached to religion. People te... >>

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Cartoon History of the Universe

Introduction This is a book written by Larry Gonick who is a professor and a mathematician. The cartoon history of the Universe mainly focuses on issues associated with the development the world has undergone over a period. Cartoon history of the Universe is a book illustrated and written by a mathe... >>

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The Power of Time, Place and Baggage in Writing

Having gone through a tough time, many opt to die with the experience while other opts to speak out through writing. The way they present their ideas helps in bringing out the incidences. Tim’s work of using the baggage of the soldiers during the preparation of the war has an impact of what is to ... >>

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Book Review of Bait and Switch

While the majority of the book is targeted at the companies that squeeze the life from their employees prior to firing them, the author also issues suggestion for action to the unemployed to rise up and arrange (Ehrenreich, 42). She says that no faction is better placed by writing that it is better ... >>

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The book Night

Eliezer Wiesel, a Jewish, was born on 30th 1928 and led a life representative of many Jewish children. Born in small village In Romania his life revolved around family community, religious study and God. Unfortunately the life, family, community and innocent religion that he held a lot of meaning to... >>

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A Raisin in the Sun and Ethan Frome

Introduction The two books portray two different scenarios where people have conflicting opportunities to advance and to despair. In the play, A Raisin in the Sun, the author presents the characters who are not only visionary, but who take the possible available opportunities to act with an aim of a... >>

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When the Emperor Was Divine

Introduction When the emperor was divine is a book written by Julie Otsika and which is based on an experience of a Japanese family in the hands of American authorities just after the Second World War. It narrows down on a woman whose husband after being arrested on suspicion of conspiracy finds a n... >>

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