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    Today, people think of castles as luxurious and romantic places, when in reality their main purpose was for protection and military use. There were many similarities and differences in European castles. Differences may include the location of castles, defense mechanisms, and styles. Though castles differed from each other, most shared some common traits. Castles were typically built on hills, mountains, or islands so they have a good vantage points to see if the enemy was approaching (Newman).

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    Back in the middle ages castles were popular structural buildings used to hold empires. There were many types of castles designed and built of which some grander and greater than others. But overall they all had the same purpose which was to protect the king, his court and his kingdom. The Windsor castle A Bailey and Motte castle is a castle which is built out of wood or stone keep and is on a raised earth mound which is called a motte. It would then have a bailey or enclosed court yard which was

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    There are several theories regarding the components that result in love. These theories have emerged in order to understand the nature of one’s experience of love in daily life. The two dominating theories on love are those proposed by John Alan Lee and Robert Sternberg. Lee’s model suggested a model which includes six styles of love, three which are primary, and three that are considered secondary. The primary styles of love are Eros or passionate love, Ludus or game-playing love, and Storge which

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    Wilde had a purpose in writing this play about Victorian society. Wilde satirizes Victorian society in his play. In this play, Lady Bracknell is the source of ridiculousness. “Oscar Wilde’s purpose in writing… the play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is to reveal the idiocy of the emphasis on appearance and rank in Victorian society.” (antiessays.com). In this case, Oscar Wilde stated the importance of being true and being honest. You cannot be what you aren’t and live that way your entire life

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    Introduction Does someone really use psychological defense mechanisms to protect their ego, the side that is not fully conscious yet is aware of reality? Some people may use Sigmund Freud’s defense mechanisms more than others, but they may be used for many different reasons. They could be trying to fit into society or simply living their day to day life while protecting their ego at the same time. At one point in everyone’s life, they will have a feeling that is similar to one of these ways to protect

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    What is your in-game name? My In Game Name is iiLlamas What timezone are you in? I live in the western part of the USA, in California. What server do you mostly play on? I try my best to play an even amount on all servers, but I find myself on KitPvP and Skyblock most often. How old are you? I am currently only 12 years of age, but please know that I find myself very mature, and know how to also have a sense of humor. For about how long have you been playing on ArcadianMC? I remember I joined

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    Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to compare and contrast Sigmund Freud's psychosexual theory of development and Erik Erikson's psychosocial theory of development and also whether we are able to apply different concepts of psychosexual theory of development & psychosocial theory of development in daily life. Each theory will be briefly explained and the last part of the essay will be evaluating the critics of both theories by comparing. Sigmund Freud developed his theory on five

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    Behind the Veil of the Happy Man Prompt: With reference to at least two literary texts that you have studied, discuss how an author comments on issues of ethnicity. In today’s society one values work so much, that stress due to work related predicaments can easily take over one’s life and lead to depression and other abominable outcomes. When this is paired with religious boundaries and pressure from the government, one is inundated by the mass of conflict. Both Naguib Mahfouz and Dhu’l Nun Ayyoub

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    Miss Havisham’s Biggest Mistake Of course Miss Havisham made many mistakes in her life. Everyone eventually does. Was it falling in love with Compeyson? Was it adopting Estella in the first place? No, Havisham’s gravest mistake was the motivations she had for adopting her. In Great Expectations, Charles Dickens uses Miss Havisham to illustrate the negative impact of her desire to live through her daughter Estella. Miss Havisham is selfish. This is not something the readers can tell right away,

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    Nancy Mairs, a feminist writer who has Multiple Sclerosis, defines the terms in which she interest the most with the world. Nancy Mairs will name herself a cripple and not be by others. She will choose a word that represents her reality for example in the beginning of her story she mentioned about her being in the bathroom trying to come up with a story about cripples. She was in the handicap bathroom and when she tried to open the door she fell, landing fully clothed on the toilet seat with her

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    Comedy in its simplest form requires two factors: an in-crowd and an out-crowd. A successful comedian understands how to use this disparity to his or her advantage. Trevor Noah is one such success. Born in apartheid South Africa, Noah developed his roots as a comedian, actor, and presenter. Today, he is reaching international notoriety as the host of satirical news program The Daily Show. Noah’s uniqueness derives from his foreign upbringing during the apartheid from a white father and black mother

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    In Louisa May Alcotts novel “An Old Fashioned Girl” the main character, Polly Milton, finds herself struggling against a man versus society conflict, as she confronts the rich first class society that surrounds her. The fourteen year old country girl who ventures into the city to visit her good friend, is constantly being told she is old fashioned, poor, and too simple for the city. The basis of the conflict is that all the people Polly encounters during her time in the city, expect her to look and

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    "There is in every child at every stage a new miracle of vigorous unfolding." (Erik Erikson) Contrary to the outdated psychological models which promoted early childhood as the singular period of growth and change in an individual the influential developmental psychologist Eric Erikson’s "miracle" of "vigorous unfolding" quote provides a metaphor that can be understood as the potential for continued alteration of personality over a life time, however even from a life time development perspective

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    Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” is a critique of an unequal society with its structured hierarchy of male dominance. The play seems to be a serious social commentary of the time period when it was written. The characters in the play bring four issues of power and control, ignorance and innocence, rebirth and social status. Ibsen created Nora’s character in doll’s house to represent that women of that time period was unaware of their situation in society but in play women were also taught to overcome

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    Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister examines the battle of good vs. evil and the deception of appearances. The novel contains the intertwined plots of a struggling mother fighting against poverty and her mission to find a husband for her most eligible daughter, and a struggling painter attempting to make a name for himself in the art world. Both plots are unified by their focus on beauty. The tale begins when Margarethe and her two daughters return to Holland after her husband is murdered by their

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    Quite a bit of what we think about society, relationships, and social conduct has developed because of different human science theories. Students of sociology ordinarily invest a lot of energy and time, examining these distinctive theories. A few theories are not in favor because of lack of support, while others remain broadly acknowledged, yet all have contributed hugely to our comprehension of society, connections, and social conduct. By adapting more about these theories, you can pick up a more

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    Alex Galt Professor Whalen British Literature 4 March 2018 The Dramatic Irony in the Twelfth Night Dramatic Irony is a critical component of writing. The best possible utilization of dramatic irony allows an audience to have a facilitated comprehension of characters, by allowing the audience to know things that the characters in the writing don't have the foggiest idea. At the point when utilized appropriately, this learning is utilized to create feelings of humour and tension for the audience. Dramatic

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    Diary of a Wimpy Kid #9: The Long Haul (English) by Jeff KGreg narrates that his mother Susan announces that the family are going on a road trip, interrupting him and his brothers watching television on a day during summer vacation. While packing for the trip, the family find out that they have too many belongings, Greg's father Frank suggests they use his boat he bought to store the extra essentials. During the drive, Susan takes out a Flat Stanley and takes some pictures with it. After the drive

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    Betrayal 1.1 - Hurt 1.2 - Trust 1.3 – Forgiveness Betrayal Betrayal has been one of the most prevalent influencing experiences in Louise friendship, not only has it affected her emotionally yet, has also had a large negative affect on her psychologically. Nevertheless, she has learnt to become more understanding and sympathetic to others. 1.1-“”. On reviewing the transcript it is clear to see that Louise is very “hurt” by the bedrayal of her friend. Louise has been best friends with her friend

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    Keeping these things in mind, Holden Caulfield is presented much like the author. Caulfield has a very immature attitude that fall under the category of Ego-Defensive. The Ego-Defensive category has four subcategories within itself called; denial, repression, projective, and rationalization, that are labeled as defense mechanisms through psychological lenses. According to McGraw-Hill’s Dictionary of Modern Medicine, denial is the “primitive–ego defense–mechanism by which a person unconsciously negates

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