Book Review essay

Arrow of Time

The topic that discuses the theory behind the Big Bang, Big Crunch, is tackled in this chapter. Answers as to what happened and will happen are explored. This is coming after the two chapters on the Black Holes that are somehow difficult to ...


Brief History of Time

This article is a book report for a college astronomy class. It is about the book: A Brief History on Time written by Stephen Hawking. The book was published in 1988 by Stephen Hawking, a mathematician and physicist, the book latter on became the ...


Comparative Animal Behavior

A primate's Memoir is a book illustrating Sapolsky's adventure in Kenya during his primate research. The chapters alternate between giving a description through observing a troop of baboons and the wild culture in Africa. The book portrays an ...


The Search for the Identity as the Crucial Theme in 'Montana 1948'

It may seem to the readers that “Montana 1948” is a box with the double bottom as at the first sight the book looks like a good detective novel with a murder and later investigations, but if the deeper layer of this story deals with ...


Dreaming in Cuban

Introduction Dreaming in Cuban is a novel by Cristina Garcia, which narrates a story of two people, their children also their grandchildren. The two main characters are Celia Del Pino and Jorge Del Pino. The two give birth to three children among ...


From Orientalism

The book entitled "From Orientalism" portrays two sets of summarized ideas. These ideas include Orient and Occident. Edward Said describes the two ideas in his book based on Vicko's observation. Orient and Occident are geographical ideas which are ...


Guiding Principles for Stabilization and Reconstruction

Guiding Principles for Stabilization and Reconstruction is a book written by the United States Institute of Peace and the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. This book talks about or rather presents to the readers what is considered to ...


Hot Stuff: Disco and the Remaking of American Culture

Introduction Disco refers to a category of dance music that gained its popularity among the Latinos and Black African Americans between 1970s and 1980s in the cities of Philadelphia and New York. Alice Eschol’s book “Hot Stuff: Disco and ...


Like Water for Chocolate

Numerous transformations occur at various levels of a process dependent on the consequential aspects of agriculture and other forms of food production. Various processes of food production available in different parts of the globe vary.  The ...


Mapping Human History

Steve Olson’s Mapping Human History: Genes, Race and our Common Origins, 2002 is a book that seeks to trace our origin and history as human beings. It is a natural geographic travel log book that carries us into the past, across continents and ...


Mediation

The practicality of Common law has encouraged factions to agree and resolve disagreements in support of ceremonial court arrangements. The phrase "ADR" or alternative disagreement resolution is the umbrella term that is employed to define surrogate ...


Never Let Me Go

A dystopia, in literature, is an often ultramodern or futuristic civilization that has degraded into a suppressive and controlled condition, habitually under the pretext of being utopian. This kind of literature has various underlying warning tones, ...


No Blood - No Foul

The paradigm in the book by author Ron C. McKinnon "Paradigm" is that the no blood; no foul. It means that the person take the preliminary precaution first so the accident never happens in the work place of the person. The accident happens when ...


Okonkwo A Fallen Hero

Introduction Things fall apart is a book set in the pre-colonial period up to the coming of the missionaries. Okonkwo the main character is used to bring out African cultural practices and beliefs among the Igbo people. His beliefs expectations and ...


Pandemics and Peace

Pandemics and Peace, written by William J. Long, examines and discusses the surveillance of disease networks in the Middle East, Mekong Basin and East Africa. The major aim is to ascertain the prevalence of interstate cooperation in places of ...


"Paradigm"

The inner most important misconception about the luck factor versus the safety one if you compared with the safety with the luck you will see that the safety is another thing and the luck is another kind of the thing. The luck depends on the destiny ...


Poverty, Community and Development

Donahue, Brian. (1999). Reclaiming the commons. Community farms and forests in a New England town. Yale University Press, Brian Donahue who is an assistant professor of American Environmental Studies on the Myerhoff chair at Brandel's university ...


Reading Resource Bank

The references that are annotated in this article are applicable to the learning of literature in various cultural settings. These books contain diverse literature information that can be resourceful to the young learners at the primary and college ...


"Romans"

This paper is an exegesis of the book of Romans chapter five verses twelve to twenty one. According to “exegesis” (2006), an exegesis should is defined as, “the process of uncovering the literal meaning of a ...


Ron McKinnon

The important aspect in the book by author Ron C. McKinnon "Paradigm" is that there are no cop outs in safety. It means that when you will be prepared for the next you have done you always take precautions before starting the new work. When the ...


Ron McKinnon "Paradigm"

The paradigm is more important because injuries measure safety performance. The misconception about the paradigm is that when injuries happen when there is a lack of performance in taking the safety precautions. The misconception is that injuries ...


Searching for Identity

Sigmud Freud, in his book Civilization and its discontents written at the last decade of his life, explores the dimensions of a timeless antagonism between instinctual desires and the restrictions of civilization. Freud in his book dwells at the ...


"Study and Exposition of Romans"

The section consists of two verses which highlights on, “the law, sin, and grace” (verse 20) and, “grace, righteousness, and eternal life” (verse 21). This section shades light on the victory of grace over the law ...


The American Vertigos Relation to the Federalist Papers

The American Vertigo is a book by Bernard Henry Levy that explores the American political and social institutions following the steps that were set by Alex de Tocqueville. The book presents the encounters that Levy had as he travelled around America ...


The Development and Social History of Los Angeles

In the book Mildred pierce by James Cain I would give it grade B because it gives a better understanding of development of literature about los angels. in that it portrays the great depression when Mildred and her efforts to build a restaurant ...


The Number

Introduction 'The Number' written by Alex Berenson provides full details on the economy, comprehensive analysis, and profound facts on the overview of how both the Wall Street and corporate America lost their course to success the time of the ...


The Paradigm

The safety consists of lot of things such as precaution before work, safety equipotent after injury. The safety is first it is true because if you do any kind of work you should be aware that you will face any kind of danger. The safety is very ...


The Three Hermits

Introduction The three Hermits is a book that talks about  religious belief held by three old men referred to a 'Three Hermits' living in a solitude island without a name  in  a bid to save their soul. These three old men apparently ...


Think Safe - Work Safe

The next paradigm regarding in the book by author Ron C. McKinnon "Paradigm" is that the think safe, work safe. It means that a person thought he is safe enough when he made some precaution first. When the person thoughts clearly about their ...


Tintin

I am going to start with introducing my affection for my favorite character Tintin and the world of this comic script. Being one the first parts of my early life, Tintin is like an evocation of my childhood. Many others also think in the same way as ...


Utopia

Dystopia refers to the state that the revolutionary societies live in. Most of their characteristics are the repressive form of government that controls their citizen's affairs. The dystopian society operates as a negative utopia system where things ...


Vanity

"A Clockwork Orange", a novella by Anthony Burgess, depicts the life of Alex, a fifteen-year- old outright delinquent who has chosen to create, brew and orchestrate violence with his fellow droogs (friends).  The key message of the book is ...


White Noise

White Noise written by Don DeLillo is a novel which looks on a professor's year in life whose name is Jack Gladney. The professor has pioneered the area of Hitler Studies though does not know how to speak German. White Noise makes an exploration of ...


World on Fire

Southeast Asia is one of the four main regions Chua (2002) examines in her book, "World on Fire".  In Philippines, Chua explains how ethnic minority gained economic and political dominance taking the example of ethnic-Chinese minority. The ...


Book Review essay