Peshawar Essays

  • Personification In The Kite Runner

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    The focus of this essay is to analyse and critically discuss chapter six of The Kite Runner novel. The examples will be provided as well as the effectiveness of each stylistic feature. The author of the Kite Runner novel is Khaled Hosseini. He was born in 1965 in Afghanistan and then moved to America in 1976. Whilst living in America, he published three bestselling novels, one of which is The Kite Runner. The Kite Runner novel depicts the Afghanistan condition from the fall of the monarchy in Afghanistan

  • The Kite Runner: A Literary Analysis

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    Willa Cather, a famous author, once said about life that there are only really two or three human stories. Not only is there a very meager amount of stories to be told, but they have been repeated over and over again as if they were new each and every time. Cather’s remarks can be interpreted many different ways with different variations of the meaning being possible. However, when you break down most types of stories they can fall into the same categories of stories. There is really only two possible

  • Najmah Character Analysis

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    Going to Peshawar is the key catalyst that influences Najmah to start talking.(SIP-A) The key ctatalyst that influences Najmah to start talking is Peshawar.(STEWE-1) Nusrat saw the locations Najmah’s catalysts and figured that Najmah might in fact be a girl since the only way to get catalysts in the places Najmah has catalysts is to

  • What Disappointment Do Soraya And Amir Face?

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    In Chapter 15, Amir meets with the dying Rahim Khan. Where are they? He meets Rahim in Peshawar, Pakistan. 2. What does Amir say about clichés? Why does Amir use the cliché about "an elephant in the room" to describe his meeting with Rahim Khan? 7. In Chapter 17, Rahim gives Amir a letter from Hassan, who wrote it six months before. What is

  • Importance Of Nonverbal Communication In The Classroom

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    Introduction Communication is an ongoing process of sending and receiving messages that enables human to share knowledge, ideas, thoughts, information, feelings, emotions, and attitudes. It requires a medium in which the communicated information is understood by both sender and receiver. There are two media, verbal and non-verbal, which are simultaneously used for communication. Non-verbal correspondence is typically comprehended as the procedure of correspondence through sending and accepting silent

  • Importance Of Nonverbal Communication In Teaching Learning

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    ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to explore the use of non-verbal communication and its effect on teaching learning process .The research was descriptive. The objectives of the study were to explore the perception to teachers, students, regarding non-verbal communication as an important teaching learning tool, also to analyze the non-verbal communication use in English language teaching learning process. Research questionnaire were: 1.Why teachers use non-verbal communication in the English

  • Organisational Structure Of The Salvation Army

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    The Salvation Army was formed in London’s East End in 1865 by one- time Methodist Reform Church minister whose name was William Booth and his wife Catherine. In reality, Booth named this institution the East London Christian Mission. 150 years ago The Salvation Army was formed to function as a religious and charitable corporation. Whose purpose “is to lead men and women into a proper relationship with God” (What Is the Salvation Army? pp.8-9) the organizational structure of the Salvation Army does

  • Loss In Najmah's Under The Persimmon Tree

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    (AGG) Losing a family member is a very tragic experience that will happen to everyone at some point, but what if you lost them all at one time? (BS-1) Najmah’s loss has lead her to go through many changes. (BS-2) Najmah has to flee to a refugee camp because it is not safe to stay in Kunduz alone, and that affects her in a variety of ways. (BS-3) At the end of the book, Najmah makes a very big decision to go home, which is influenced by the loss of her family. (TS) In Under the Persimmon Tree, one

  • Essay On Truck Art

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    Truck Art is rooted in traditions that come from the truck drivers, and painter’s community and culture, expressing cultural identity by conveying shared community values and aesthetics. Truck Art encompasses a range of utilitarian and decorative media, Such as wood, metal, steel, reflective tape, luminous plastic sheet etc. Truck Art is made by painters whose creative skills convey their community`s authentic cultural identity rather than an individual artistic identity. Truck Art is one of the

  • The Theme Of Loyalty In 'The Kite Runner'

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    Someone once said, “Loyalty isn’t grey. It’s black and white. You’re either completely loyal, or not loyal at all. And people have to understand this. You can’t be loyal only when it serves you.” In the novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini expresses a main idea about loyalty. Throughout the story, the author shows us that a way to be good is to be loyal to family and friends. First of all, because Hassan showed his loyalties lay with Amir, he shows he is honorable. For example, when Hassan and

  • An Essay On Malala Yousafzai

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    Malala Yousafzai was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan to her father, Ziauddin and her mother, Toor Pekai. The name Malala is based on the Afghan heroine Malalai. In Pakistan giving birth to a girl typically isn't something that is celebrated but Malala’s dad insisted that she would be treated equally and would have the same opportunities as a male would. Malala grew up in Swat Valley which used to be a very popular tourist destination for it's festivals and Swat river. As a child, Malala

  • War In Nusrat's Under The Persimmon Tree

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    AGG) Even though wars, violence, and general conflict are unanimously dreaded by all sane people, it is important to realize that there may be benefits to gain from them, which are commonly overlooked. (BS-1) It is true that war affects people physically, in the sense that it makes them further from loved ones and decreases their comfort of life. (BS-2) Also, victims of war are mentally susceptible to trauma and mistrust. (BS-3) However, people who are forced to go through war also grow and improve

  • Charlie Hebdo Persuasive Speech

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    I am not courting controversy but I feel compelled to note it here. What Salman Rushdie perfected, Charlie Hebdo made a sport of. Both of them were not talking of religious extremism per se, they were mocking it. The medium was not a plain discussion, but a highly evolved satire. And they expected people to understand it. Salman Rushdie got smart, went into an exile. Charlie Hebdo continued to say what it wanted unabashedly. Now people want to protect the right to free speech. I don't think that

  • Najmah And Nusrat Analysis

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    (AGG) The stars have been a historic symbol for many people, the symbol for Islam includes a star, and the symbol for Judaism resembles a star as well. (BS-1) In Under The Persimmon Tree, the clear outer meaning of the stars on the surface is that when Najmah and Nusrat look at the stars, they think of their family. (BS-2) When the stars are described by the author in a positive way, Najmah and Nusrat always feel a connection to their families. (BS-3) When Najmah and Nusrat feel disconnected from

  • Golden Gate Park Language Analysis

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    described with imagery that appeals to the reader’s visual senses, such as the sun sparkling on the water or the miniature boats on the lake. There is also a crisp breeze (192), which appeals to the audience’s sense of touch. When Amir arrives in Peshawar, a large amount of imagery is used to describe the setting. First, the taxi cab Amir is in is described as

  • Imagery In Golden Gate Park

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    described with imagery that appeals to the reader’s visual senses, such as the sun sparkling on the water or the miniature boats on the lake. There is also a crisp breeze (192), which appeals to the audience’s sense of touch. When Amir arrives in Peshawar, a large amount of imagery is used to describe the setting. First, the taxi cab Amir is in is described as being “smoke-filled” with “shredded

  • Oedipus The Blind Analysis

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    devastating results were quite tragic as he changed from a metaphorically blind to a real blind. “Blind / from this hour on! Blind in the darkness-blind!” (1408-1409)”. After reading this quote the reader would connect this to Teiresias, as he is the other physically blind in this story. Looking back the reader might discover an astonishing thing, that Oedipus had to face more pain due to his blindness than Teiresias even though Teiresias has been blind from birth. Maybe Sophocles is trying to tell

  • Comparison Of Amir And Farid In The Kite Runner

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    fulfill the expense of the Amir. Next morning Amir gave the names of the American couple to Farid that was running the orphanage. Amir spends his whole day playing the cards with Sohrab who is not in condition to speak properly. Amir thought that Peshawar might not be safe place any more, and when Farid come to know that there is never an American couple to take care of Sohrab. Amir left for the Islamabad wit

  • Essay On Afghanistan Peace

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    AFGHANISTAN Introduction Some people think that may be a time will come when there will be absolute peace in this world. But according to me it will never be possible. As in this world every country is struggling to gain power, trying to oppress the less powerful and under developed states. Moreover according to Thomas Hobbes there is a conflict in human nature, he can never create peace and he always fights for power. Afghanistan is the best example in this context that world peace is an impossible

  • Unconditional Loyalty In 'The Kite Runner'

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    Amir , including his big secret. After the invasion of Russia, Amir and his father eventually came to America and started a new life . Many years later , Rahim calls Amir and says , “ There’s a way to be good again “ ( Hosseini 198 ). Amir goes to Peshawar to see Rahim . Rahim breaks the news to him saying that Hassan ,