Book Essay Topics

The book ‘Polar bear, Polar bear, What can you hear?’

‘Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do you hear? ‘ by Bill Martin is a classic picture book which is likely to be enjoyed by young children. This is most obviously due to its large, bold and colourful illustrations. Also its repetitive and simple text makes it easy for younger readers to join in and as… View Article

To what extent do you regard

At first glance Auden’s poem the ‘Shield of Achilles’ appears to be focused on the classical world. The poem’s classical nature is first indicated by the title- Achilles was of course a famous Greek hero, and throughout the poem there are further classical references, many of which Auden has taken from Book XVIII of Homer’s… View Article

Equipment and Books

Use of persons name Specific dedication for person to know why he being recognized Public display of all awards Follow-ups Timely Manner If motivation is properly handled, employees will always be happy and the organization will retain their staff for longer time periods. Educational workplaces require books and equipment such as computers, laboratory equipments, and… View Article

First characteristic book

Willa Cather has never published a bad book. Ergo, all of her work is of the same excellence, all of it has the same importance. Speaking about her creative activity it is difficult to divide her heritage into good and bad books. Nevertheless, despite that fact the truth is that Cather’s strongest books are those… View Article

Book Review of 1491 by Charles C. Mann

With 1491:New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus Charles C. Mann has written an extremely interesting and controversial book. Beginning in 1983 Mann began to become aware that research had indicated the commonly held view of the settling of the Americas was wrong. The commonly held and taught belief that the Americas were inhabited by… View Article

“Demon in the Freezer” A Book Report

“Demon in the Freezer” by popular virus expert Richard Preston is the third book in his ‘trilogy of death.’ After zooming in on the dangers of Ebola virus in his best-selling book “The Hot Zone,” and bioengineered monkey pox in “The Cobra Event,” Preston shifts the focus to the lurking threat posed by the deadly… View Article

Art and book making

Books are integral part of everyone’s life. There are different kinds of books and each has its own purpose and meaning. Most books are intended for learning while others are for entertainment purposes and for self-expression on the part of the author. Every book is like a treasure box that is full of valuable things…. View Article

Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris

Introduction Writing this paper, I faced a challenging task of exploring, discussing and analyzing a well-written book about one of the most prominent and controversial figures in American politics and history. In the first part of my report I would like to discover basic themes and concepts of the book as well as compare and… View Article

Echoes of Heaven: God’s Love is Better than Life Itself,”

Abstract Charles Elephant bares his Spirit in a book exalting God in every word, every page, and every chapter. In publishing his new book titled “Echoes of Heaven: God’s Love is Better than Life Itself,” Elephant shares his faith with the world by lifting select verses from the bible, and explaining how these words have… View Article

Profound book

In his profound book on Theism, J. L. Mackie, who is widely considered a champion of the atheistic school discusses the various bases on which the concept of God is founded, perceived and practiced the world over. In so doing, he touches upon the various approaches that have either necessitated God or have described God…. View Article

Book of the Courtier

“Whatever character an individual has determines how successful the community he belongs to will be”… these lines are indeed true with what the “Book of the Courtier” suggests. Authored by an Italian soldier, and a statesman attached to the court of the duke of Milan and later in the service of Duke Urbino, Baldassare Castiglione,… View Article

Physical books

The answer to this question is a simple yes. We shall prove in our discussion why we have chosen this answer. With advances in technology the word ‘paper’ no longer implies a material made of cellulose pulp, derived mainly from wood. As we make further advances, we see that the definition of paper has changed…. View Article

Human Services

The book, “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” by John Gray, generally, explores the claim that men and women are different and it is this difference that makes relationships fail and/or succeed. Using an allegorical backdrop, he presented his hypothesis by narrating how men originally was from Mars, where, they value success, titles… View Article

“The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down” by Anne Fadiman

Anne Fadiman’s “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down” explores the depth and complexity of cultural understanding, particularly between the American culture and the Hmong culture of Laos. To do this, Fadiman made of an account of a case of a Hmong child who suffered from epileptic seizure. Here, she elaborately narrated how Lia… View Article

The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness

About The Author      Simon Wiesenthal is one of the many victims of the Nazi assault. As one of the people who were greatly affected by the Second World War, Wiesenthal has been among those who were able to extend their emotions towards others through writing. The emotions that he has posted through his writing… View Article