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  • Conflict In The Communist Manifesto

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    and the proletariat were engaged in a constant conflict that has resulted in the repression of the working class in the book The Communist Manifesto (1848) Marx discussed that these two classes, the bourgeoisies have throughout history exploited the proletariat for profit-motives, the bourgeoisies have participated in the formation of the wage-laborer, division of labor and increased de-skilling of labor. For Marx, the economic base is responsible for determining the social structure: including

  • Things Fall Apart Novel Analysis

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    Chapter I THE PROBLEM Introduction African literature has tended to reflect the cultural and political phases of the continent because African fiction has been very much influenced by culture and politics. Beginning from the colonial days, African fiction spans the succession of cultural clashes and political crises which have beset the continent. For the countries in Africa, the experience of colonialism plays an important role in the process of understanding their history. Postcolonial studies

  • Conflict Conflicts In Nigeria

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    Edo, Imo, Ondo, and Rivers. Over half of the Niger Delta region is made up of a network of creeks and small islands, making it very difficult to navigate and to establish large settlements. The rural population tends to live in small, scattered hamlets of 50 to 500 persons, some maintaining links with larger towns

  • Trachoma Literature Review

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    2. LITERATURE REVIEW In order to grab trachoma in a community, weighing the prevalence is vital. This study could look for active inflammatory trachoma (TF & TI) mainly, and if present for blinding trachoma (TT & CO) in 1-5 years old children. 2.1. Prevalence and Grades of Trachoma Trachoma was the leading infectious cause of blindness affecting developing countries with considerable economic loss and associated social implications (36, 37). The prevalence of active trachoma among 1-5 years old children

  • Tawang Analysis

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    Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh Located in the North-Western part of Arunachal Pradesh and flanked by majestic mountains, Tawang is known for its unparalleled natural beauty. Famous as the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama, Tawang holds a great religious significance for Tibetan Buddhists. One of the oldest and largest Buddhist Monasteries of the world, the ‘Tawang Monastery’ is also located at this serene location. Apart from Buddhist pilgrims, the place is also frequented by many travellers and holiday

  • Weekend Tourism Essay

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    10 weekend places in Nashik-Tourist Trap Over the course of our lives, we only get a few thousand weekends. A weekend trip is all you need to have a fun, memorable, and reawakening experience. A good weekend needs a plan. Not a minute-by-minute plan or a sheet full of details, but just a few fun events planned in ahead of time for a weekend guarantees you pleasure . After a hectic week in the office, one longs for a refreshing weekend. In case you are in Nashik, you are

  • Inequality In British Literature Review

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    Chapter Two -Literature Review 2. Introduction This chapter reviews the literature related to the Inequality in United Kingdom. Causes of inequality for the Somali community and inequality affect the Somali community in particular. However, the review is conceptualised under the objectives of research and focuses mainly on educational underachievement, employment opportunities and disproportionate community assets. 2.1 Inequality in the United Kingdom The country is currently experiencing increasing

  • How Did J. R. Tolkien Influence American Culture

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    The Impact of J. R. R. Tolkien on American Culture “In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.” It is extraordinary for such a simple, yet ridiculous phrase to start what some might call a literary cult. The writer of this phrase, J.R.R. Tolkien, was born into a poor family, and later became an orphan. His natural ability to learn languages and his skill as a writer helped turn him into a world famous author. In his life, he wrote around thirty books that were published. His first and possibly

  • The Beetle Analysis

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    Lakshmi Mitra Roll no. 38 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Richard Marsh’s horror novel The Beetle (published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker’s Dracula) has been credited as his most successful commercial work, though he also authored several other novels and short stories in the same genre. It tells the story of a fantastical shape-shifting creature (at times a gender-ambiguous human, and at other times, a beetle) who stalks

  • Why Did Robert Greene The English Author Attack Shakespeare By William Shakespeare

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    Why does Robert Greene the English author attack Shakespeare? Well William Shakespeare was a great poet, actor, and playwright. Why would anyone want to attack him? Robert Greene knew that shakespeare was a threat on him because both of them were poets. He felt like if he get rid of shakespeare he gets rid of the competition, but it was not going to be easy. Robert was so determined to bring shakespeare down because shakespeare was getting big in the business and not him. So let’s just talk about