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Title: The Lions of Iwo Jima

  • Total Pages: 2
  • Words: 591
  • Works Cited:0
  • Citation Style: MLA
  • Document Type: Essay
Essay Instructions: The Lions of Iwo Jima, Fred Haynes, book report notes:

Each book report should include four sections or paragraphs.

FIRST-should explain why the author is writing. what is the message that he is attempting to convey to the reader? what does he hope to achieve by publishing the book? Is he writing the book from a particular angle or bias?

SECOND-should contain a summary of the book. what is its basic story? how is it organized? what do the chapters cover? how does it progress, and how does it conclude?

THIRD-should analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the book in the larger context of the second world war. where is the authors writing compelling? where does it fall short? what is particularly persuasive about the book? what is missing?

FOURTH-should tie the book to the class. how does the book fit with the lectures and discussions? what does it add to our understanding of the second world war that the lectures could not or did not? how does the book tie with others you have read this semester? your book reviews will be evaluated on how well you have understood the book, as well as how you have communicated that understanding in the four sections above.

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this week our lectures have been about the fall of germany in europe and then mostly about the pacific and the controversy about dropping the bomb. we also watched the end of the movie empire of the sun if that helps...thanks a bunch

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Haynes, Fred. (2008). "THE LIONS OF IWO JIMA: The Story of Combat Team 28 and the Bloodiest Battle in Marine Corps History." Tantor Media.

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Title: Compare constrast

  • Total Pages: 3
  • Words: 1143
  • Bibliography:3
  • Citation Style: MLA
  • Document Type: Research Paper
Essay Instructions: Each student will write a 2-3 page paper on one original work of art in the greater Washington, D.C. area (or your local city). This can be any kind of object created in any period; the only requirement is that it be something that you can view carefully yourself. You may not write on something that you have not seen personally during the course of the semester.

This is not a research paper. Your observations should be illuminated by the lectures, assignments and readings. It is important to choose something that you can discuss without doing further research (unless you would like to do outside research - you are welcome to do so ??" on the internet, books, etc). If you do use outside sources, they must be properly credited. Please use MLA format.

A typical paper will spend the first page (or less) describing the art work in detail using terms learned in class (ie. sculpture in the round, complementary colors, iconography, etc.) and possibly providing some background about the artist (but not required).

The rest of the paper should be spent comparing/contrasting the object to a work that we discussed in class (or that is in the textbook) ??" talking about how the works are similar and/or different. If you decide to do outside research you may want to talk about the work’s significance ??" how it may be a political statement or an shows an innovative style, for example.


**I would like my paper to be about the lion statues outside of The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC (which I saw) and the Chimera of Arezzo. According to the book, the Chimera of Arezzo is Etruscan art from the Classical Art (480-350 BCE). The only term that I could find from the book pertaining to this piece of art of chimera which is a monster invited by the Greeks that has a lion’s head and body and a snake’s tail.**

If you have any questions, feel free to email me. Thank you so much in advanced:)

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Bardi, Ugo. "The Chimera of Arezzo." 2002. [3 Dec 2011].

http://www3.unifi.it/surfchem/solid/bardi/chimera/chimarezzo.html

"The Chimera of Arezzo." The Getty Museum of Art. [3 Dec 2011].

http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/chimaera/english.html

"The Corcoran Gallery of Art." National Park Service (NPS) [3 Dec 2011].

http://www.nps.gov/nhl/designations/samples/dc/corcoran.pdf

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Title: Lion King

  • Total Pages: 8
  • Words: 2481
  • Sources:0
  • Citation Style: APA
  • Document Type: Essay
Essay Instructions: Thia is a compare and contrast research paper based on the title :The Lion King"
This will compare between a book to a film.





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Ebert, Roger. rogerevart.com. "The Lion King":

http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/19940624/REVIEWS/406240301/1023

Gavin, Rosemarie. "The Lion King and Hamlet: A Homecoming for the Exiled Child."

English Journal: v. 85, n. 3, 55-57.

Gold, Sylviane. "The Possession of Julie Taymor." American Theatre, v15 n7, Sept.

1998: 20-25.

Honeycutt, Kirk. "Oscars Reward 'Gump'-tion." The Hollywood Reporter 28 Mar.

1995: 13, 38.

Jolson-Colburn, Jeffrey. "Grammy Buzz Boosts Boyz." The Hollywood Reporter,

Mar. 1995: 5.

Martini, Adrienne. "Serious adventures." American Theatre, v.15 n. 8, Oct. 1998.

RollingStone.com The Lion King Review (7/14-18/94):

http://www.rollingstone.com/reviews/movie/_/id/5947315?pageid=rs.ReviewsMovieArchive&paper

Silverstone, Roger. The Message of Television: Myth and Narrative in Contemporary

Culture. London: Heinemann, 1981.

Stack, Peter. "Disney's 'Lion King' Let Loose Story: Story, Animation Tops in Jungle

Tale." San Francisco Chronicale, 3 Mar. 1995: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi-f-/c/a/1995/03/03/DD5283.DTL

Twomey, Steve. "The Lion King's a Roaring Success Despite Lambasting." The Washington Post, 28 Jul. 1994.

Ward, Annalee R. "The Lion King's Mythic Narrative: Disney as Moral Educator." Journal of Popular Film and Television, v. 23, Winter 1996, 171-178.

White, Hayden. "The Narrativization of Real Events." On Narrative. Ed. W.J.T.

Mitchell. Chicago: U. Of Chicago P, 1981. 249-54.

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Title: Cooperative relationships interfirm

  • Total Pages: 10
  • Words: 2920
  • References:10
  • Citation Style: MLA
  • Document Type: Research Paper
Essay Instructions: Please answer these questions about the Lion Anthony Beer Case (CASE.pdf) : (IMPORTANT!!!!)

1. Examine each of the cooperative relationships described in the case (there are quite a few).
(MAKE A LIST and answer A B C D about every relationship!)
A. What type of relationship is it?
B. What resources do it partner seem to being to the relationship?
C. Why did the firms involved choose this type of relationship?
D. What were the strengths/weaknesses of the relationship?

Note: Some of the relationships are discussed in more detail than others. Just use the facts that are available in the case.

2. The beer companies entering the Chinese market seem to mainly focus on forming relationships with Chinese beer companies. Given the problems encountered in the Chinese market, what other types of companies could they partner with? What resources would such partnerships bring together?

3. What should Lion Anthony do next?

Note: Remember, this class deals with interfirm relationships and negotiations. You should focus on options that relate to the class.

please us the PDFs that I have included as resources!

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Arino, a., Torre, J. & Ring, P. (2001). Managing trust in corporate alliances. California Management Review. Vol. 44 (1) 109-131.

Arnett, D. (n.d.). Interactions among organizations. In possession of the author.

Gomes-Caseres, B. (1994). Group vs. group: How alliance networks compete. Harvard Business Review. July-August 1994.

Iansiti, M. & Levien, R. (2004). Strategy as ecology. Harvard Business Review. March 2004.

IFE. (2007). An analysis of the competitiveness of Chinese malting barley production and processing. Institute for Farm Economics. June 2007.

Hughes, J. & Weiss, J. (2007). Simple rules for making strategic alliances work. Harvard Business Review. November 2007.

Kanter, R. (1994). Collaborative advantage. Harvard Business Review. July-August 1994.

Magretta, J. (1998). The power of virtual integration: An interview with Dell Computer's Michael Dell. Harvard Business Review. March-April 1998.

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