William Shakespeare “Romeo and Juliet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Essay

Introduction William Shakespeare in “Romeo and Juliet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” present tragic love stories. Although these two plays tell the stories of profound love, immense pain and suffering seems to be customary. In “Romeo and Juliet” there is an unending row between two families, Montague and Capulet (Shakespeare 5). The main plot of […]

Shakespeare “Richard II” and “Henry IV” Essay

Introduction Historical reports indicate that Kings, like the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt claimed to be gods or at least descended from them. Due to this fact many a time their coronation ceremonies were for the primary intention of demonstrating divine approval of their ascension to the throne (Cannon, Cannon and Hargreaves 2009). This doctrine was […]

Comparison between the two poems:”Corrina’s Going A-May” and “To His Coy Mistress” Essay

Introduction The main style of narration exhibited in the two poems is persuasion. In the poem “Corrina’s Going A-May” the persona coaxes his beloved, Corrina, to go forth and enjoy the delights of the chilly morning as other young people usually do. He is wooing his lover to accept his call. We do not get […]

The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C.K Prahalad: A Book Review Essay

Introduction The term “the bottom of the pyramid” has gained prominence in the field of economics in recent past. As a concept, it is used to refer to the “largest, (but) poorest socio-economic” class at the bottom of the hypothetical pyramid used in economics to depict resource distribution (Gunther 9). Estimates of the number of […]

Philosophy in Crisis: The Need for Reconstruction. Book Review Essay

Introduction Philosophers are known to be a breed of thinkers who tend to ask critical questions regarding the world within which we live. They are known to be critical perceivers, seldom taking anything at face value. Philosophers may be engrossed in criticizing and reviewing the world outside their academic realm. They are known to critically […]