How fallacies can be used in argumentative writing

The only policy that effectively reduces public shootings is right-to-carry laws. Allowing citizens to carry concealed handguns reduces violent crime. In the 31 states that have passed right-to-carry laws since the mid-1980s, the number of multiple-victim public shootings and other violent crimes has dropped dramatically. Murders fell by 7.65%, rapes by 5.2%, aggravated assaults by […]

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A Comparison Of ‘Telephone Conversation’ And ‘Not My Best Side’

For this essay I am to be comparing the two poems ‘telephone conversation’ and ‘Not my best side’. First I shall begin by writing about the content of each poem separately, the first being ‘Wole Soyinka’s’ ‘Telephone conversation’. Telephone conversation is about two people from very different background orientations . One of the pair is […]

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Who is the greater villain

My definition of a villain is a wicked person or a criminal. The definition I have taken from The Oxford Study Dictionary tells me that a villain is ‘a person who is guilty or capable of great wickedness; a wrongdoer, a criminal; or a character in a story whose evil actions or motives are important […]

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The attitudes of the poets towards relationships

I will be comparing the varying attitudes towards different aspects of the relationships between men and women through four different pre-1900’s poems. These attitudes have varied through time and it is sometimes quite surprising how similar the attitudes in the poems reflect our attitudes today. Three of my chosen poems are male and one is […]

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Compare the Ways in Which Pre-1914 Poets Approach

In the three poems, “To His Coy Mistress” – an argumentative yet satirical take on a man’s quest for sex by Andrew Marvell, “Porphyria’s Lover” and “My Last Dutchess” – Two dramatic monologues by Robert Browning, the dominating themes running parallel in each are the all powerful concepts of love and death. I have chosen […]

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A conversation between a director and the actress playing Juliet

Director: This scene begins with Romeo leaving after he and Juliet have spent their wedding night together. Juliet is in mixed emotions as the scene begins because she is longing for Romeo to stay with her. She is distressed because she knows that she will have to wait a long time before she can see […]

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Bamforth and Macleish

The attitudes of Bamforth and Macleish towards the prisoner change considerably throughout the play. Usually the attitude will change from one extreme to another at a certain point in the play which triggers this change in perspective of the prisoner. The language and action of the characters represent the change in attitude with some obvious […]

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How two poets have presented different attitudes

In this essay I will compare the attitudes to love and relationships presented in two different poems: ‘The Beggar Woman,’ by William King, and ‘To His Coy Mistress,’ by Andrew Marvel. In ‘The Beggar Woman,’ a man of the upper class goes astray from his hunting party to pursue a beggar woman, who has a […]

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Abortion Issue reflects ironies of modern living

Jayanthi Natrajan, a Congress MP and AICC spokesperson, highlights the incongruity between the thrill of motherhood and the ordeals of abortion, through her article titled “Abortion issue reflects ironies of modern living”. She focuses on the trauma and mental strain that the protagonist, “Niketa Mehta” and her family encountered on discovering that their unborn child […]

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