Personal Biography Sample: Henry Ford

Personal Biography Sample_ Henry Ford

Henry Ford (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947) – the American engineer, industrialist and inventor. One of the founders of the US automobile industry, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, organizer of the flow-line production. In 1908 Henry Ford made the car Ford Model T. Ford has sold millions of cars and became a world-renowned head of the company. Over the time, the company has lost its dominance in the market, but it has had a huge impact on the technological progress and the infrastructure of America.
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Behind The Beautiful Forevers. Life, Death, And Hope In A Mumbai Undercity

What is the Real Purpose of the Book?


The main purpose of this incredibly breathtaking book is to give a voice to the extremely poor people of Annawadi, a poverty-stricken area of India.  Katherine Boo, the author and Pulitzer Prize winner, has brought to life this dramatic story by allowing the reader to see through the eyes of the families as they strive toward a better life in a time when change and equality are coming to the forefront.  Continue reading

Biography Sample: Gian Lorenzo Bernini

What Differs Gian Lorenzo Bernini from Other Sculptors

Gian Lorenzo Bernini was an Italian architect and a very important artist of his time. He was born in December 7th,1598 and died in 28th of November, 1680 at the age of 82. Even though his masterpieces were in the architecture and sculptures, he was also a very proficient painter, play writer and metalwork artist (Encyclopædia Britannica Online). Continue reading

Critical Thinking Essay: The IMDb Rating

Should the IMDb Rating Be Used as a Criterion to Decide Whether or Not to Watch a Movie?

I know that this service was created to simplify our life by providing the list of the best movies and opportunity to share reviews and ratings, but nothing in this world is perfect, so my answer is “No.” You should not use the IMDb ratings to decide whether or not to watch a movie! I will try to explain why I don’t trust any kind of movie services. Continue reading

Literary Analysis Essay Sample: Sense and Sensibility

Austen’s Depiction of Children in the Novel

The novel Sense and Sensibility is the first published work of the great English writer Jane Austen, which achieved wider readership and made Jane famous. The story is about young girls from the middle-class family, and the feelings that they experience. From the very beginning, Sense and Sensibility catches a reader by the wear and tear of the family Dashwood’s life, and throughout the novel he feels joy and sorrow together with sisters Dashwood. The book is rich with events and heroes. Main characters, like Mrs. Dashwood, are closely related to the members of several respectable English families, who are directly involved in the events happening in the novel. Continue reading

Economics Essay: The Philippines Collapse

How did the Philippines collapse from being the second most progressive country in Southeast Asia to a third-world country amassing billions of debt in a couple of decades?

The Philippines is in the third dozen of the largest economies in the world and one of the emerging markets at present. In 2014, GDP by Purchasing power parity was $692.223 billion. The state is currently one of Asia’s fastest growing economies. Its GDP has been showing fascinating figures for the recent years bouncing from 5 to 7 percent of annual growth, but that was not in the past. Continue reading

History Paper Sample: English Royal Bloodline

How Was the English Royal Bloodline Chosen?

The English bloodline has a strange rambling history that emerges from a fairy tale to the modern scandal-driven tabloids slamming Kate Middleton for wrecking the royal bloodline (6) forever. Long before King Henry I (1068-1135) died of eating a possibly poisoned lamprey pie (4), the royal English bloodline reached back into a land of myths and tragedy. Continue reading

Shawshank Redemption Review

A well-known author, Stephen King steps away from his usual horror story in his novella Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, a short story that was published in his 1982 collection titled Different Seasons. The novella is narrated by a fellow inmate nicknamed Red. It focuses on a man named Andy Dufresne, a banker who is wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life in Shawshank Prison in connection with the double homicide of his wife and her lover. During his time in prison, Dufresne manages to maintain hope for himself in such a terrible place, as well as spread it to those he encounters along the way. In this novella, King aims to convince his readers that hope can be found in even the darkest of places.

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