1. Comparison of Mary Rowlandson’s and Olaudah Equiano’s Narratives
This paper presents a literary analysis of Mary Rowlandson and Olaudah Equiano’s narratives. Literary criticism involves critical reading and interpretation of text while gaining insights of the underlying themes of the write up. This would help us to expand our understanding of the literal works of Rowlandson and Equiano in order to identify the similarities and differences. Mary Rowlandson in her write up describes her experiences when she was under the captivity of Native Americans during King Philip’s War. The narrative provides a diary of her life accounts as a captive until her release. On the other hand, Olaudah Equiano’s The Interesting Narrative sheds light on his life account when he was taken from his native land in Africa and sold as a slave. He explains about the extreme hardships he faced in the slavery. The narratives are similar because both authors talk about their experiences in captivity in a new land but are different because the captivity had different cultural effect on the authors.
Mary Rowlandson and Olaudah Equiano face a set of hardships as expressed in their narratives. Mary Rowlandson described how she experienced hunger whilst under captivity as her captors did not offer her enough to eat. “I was fain to go and look after something to satisfy my hunger” (Rowlandson 269). It is also observable from the text that Rowlandson suffered injuries and was unable to walk, which necessitated her captors to set her on horseback. She also suffered from emotional breakdown for being separated from her family and deprived of her freedom. She described her captors as barbaric creatures.
The goal of this study is to identify the effects and research on education intervention for children and adolescents. The study targets children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder aged between 6 and 11 years of age which is the ideal age for children in Elementary school. The researcher assessed thirty students and used reading intervention strategies including dialogue reading, bottom-up processing, phonological training and encoding. Descriptive statistics and natural study analysis were used to evaluate the data obtained from the participants. The results indicate that there is a difference in improved educational intervention with regard to phonological training and bottom-up processing among students aged between 6 and 11 years of age with the inclusion of gender and level of education. The findings of the study determined that there is a need to improve research on autistic children based on reading and language differences.
No matter where we go or what we see – nature is always there. Even in the concrete jungle of New York City, you will see a red flower or a green tree that will break the harshness of dirty grey concrete, glass, and neon. In the sunset in Miami, nature gives a breathtaking display of beauty every evening, painting the sky with glorious colors. Standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon, one sees a breathtaking view of nature’s handicraft that is so big and has the power to take your breath away. Each scenario is completely different, yet each has its own splendor, no matter if it is a sunset, a desert, mountain, prairie, lake, or ocean.
People have always appreciated nature, and they still do to some extent. They are both challenged and pacified by it. Nature is beautiful, and the fact that it is changing so magically through different seasons amazes every human being. At the same time, we’re fascinated by how timelessly unchanged some of its fixed elements, like mountains, remain throughout history.
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was born on February 12, 1809, and died at the age of 56 on the 4th day of March 1861. Lincoln was the president of the United States for four years, from 1861 to 1865. Lincoln was born in Hardin County in the state of Kentucky in a small cabin. The family had only one room. His parents, Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks were farmers who had a large tract of land that measured 348 acres on which their cabin was situated. His parents were uneducated, however.
Lincoln’s political career began in 1832 when he created a political campaign for a political party known as the Whig Party. This party was based on efforts that sought to improve navigation on the neighboring river. Ten years later, Lincoln married the love of his life, Mary Todd, with whom he had four sons. Unfortunately, one of his four sons did not survive into adulthood. Lincoln’s participation in active national politics took a turn for the better in 1842 when he campaigned and was elected to the US House of Representatives.
There are numerous reasons why one should make the wise decision to adopt a dog. The first and foremost reason is that one gets to save a life by choosing to adopt a dog. In just the United States of America, more than two million dogs are available for adoption on a yearly basis.
The main reason why so many dogs are available for adoption is that many people give up their pets to animal shelters, and the number of individuals who go to shelters to adopt a dog is small. Unfortunately, many animal shelters do not have enough space to house the pets comfortably and sometimes do not even have enough resources to take care of the pets. These reasons sometimes push animal shelters to tight corners and cause them to eliminate some of the pets that have not been adopted. If more people came up and adopted the dogs, fewer animals would be eliminated or tortured by those who adopt them for weird reasons.