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Term Papers on Arthur Koestlers Darkness at Noon

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Comparative Analysis of Revolution in Literature »

A 5 page paper which compares "Darkness at Noon" by Arthur Koestler, and "Danton's Death" by Georg Buechner. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
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Tides of Revolution According to Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon and Georg Buchner's Danton's Death »

Georg Buchner's play on the French Revolution, Danton's Death, and Arthur Koestler's novel, Darkness at Noon, both portray the consequences of opposing a popular revolution. This 5 page essay explores the similarities and differences between the French and Bolshevik Revolutions in light of these two literary works. No additional sources are listed.
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Political and Socioeconomic Conditions Necessary for a Scientific Revolution »

A five page paper which considers the social, economic and political conditions which are necessary for scientific revolution to take place, with particular reference to the ideas put forward in Koestler's The Sleepwalkers. Bibliography lists one source.
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High Noon in Lincoln by Robert Utley »

A 5 page summation and analysis of Robert Utley's fascinating tale of violence on the frontier. The writer examines Utley's book about the Lincoln County War of 1878, "High Noon in Lincoln," as a means of discussing the perspective of Western ranchers relative to place and space. No additional ...
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Two Views of War: Jomini and Clausewitz »

This 6 page paper discusses the views of war held by Antoine-Henri Jomini and Carl von Clausewitz and argues that they are surprisingly similar; it also explains some of Clausewitz’s metaphors and what he would think of General Mac Arthur’s comment that there is “no substitute for victory.” Bibliography lists ...
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Harry T. Moore and His Contributions to the Civil Rights Movement »

A 10 page discussion of the life and accomplishments of this amazing man. Considered to be the first black man to die in the Civil Rights movement, Moore would stand up and be heard in a time when few others would dare. He was instrumental in enacting educational ...
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Comparative Analyis of Thomas Jefferson and Mark Twain's Hank Morgan in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court »

This is a 5 page paper comparing Thomas Jefferson and Hank Morgan’s goals and values. Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence and the bill which established religious freedom in the United States. In addition, he believed in the value of education for all and the separation of the Church ...
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British Army and Sinn Fein Influences on Northern Ireland »

A 6 page contention that the role of the British Army has been significantly impacted by a number of factors throughout history. The author of this paper asserts that the Sinn Fein, an Irish nationalist political party, has comprised one of the most influential of these factors since its inception ...
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Arthur Lefkowitz's George Washington's Indispensable Men »

A 5 page book review that addresses Arthur Lefkowitz 2003 text George Washington's Indispensable Men. This book argues that the immense role that General Washington played in winning the American Revolution was greatly facilitated by the 32 men who served as his aides-de-camp during the course of the war. Washington's ...
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