South Essay Topics

North and South poles

If there is any place on Earth where the changing climate is profoundly felt, it will be at the North and South poles where ice caps are melting in unimagined pace. The Ward Hunt Ice Shelf, the largest piece of ice in the Arctic region, for example, has been present for the past 3,000 years… View Article

South Carolina high school

Primarily, the objective of the study is to quantitatively examine music teachers’ and South Carolina high school junior/senior instrumental music students’ self-efficacy. In order to reach this objective, the role of self-efficacy in the academic realm must be explored at length in order to provide a clear and detailed overview of its impact in the… View Article

Faulkner and the South

There are several key issues which arose in the mid-nineteenth century which led to the breakdown of the American Union – and eventually to the Civil War. One of the main underlying issues was the division caused by the opposing feelings about the issue of slavery – however it was the manner in which the… View Article

Post Civil War South

After the war, the South was devastated and it was going to take a lot of money and a lot of rebuilding for it to be self-sufficient again. It financially and architecturally succeeded in reinventing itself and in the thirty five years following the war, Southern iron, steel and textile industries emerged, with Railroads leading… View Article

Black Slave Owners in the South

As with the accounts by Nichols (1863), when people think of the slavery period in American history, it is normally assumed that the slave owner was white and the slave black. This was true in many cases but the number of free black slave owners was actually higher than most people realize. Black slave owner… View Article

Aunt Alexandra in “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

Aunt Alexandra comes to the Finch residence at the end of chapter twelve, declaring that the family decided that it would be best for Scout and Jem to have some feminine influence in their lives. Scout knows that Alexander usually dictates what she wants upon the family, and uses the term the family decided to… View Article

Catcher in the Rye ducks in the pond Symbolism Essay

In The Catcher in the Rye J.D Salinger uses Holden’s recurring mentions of the ducks in Central park to reveal the childlike curiosity and genuine side to Holden’s regularly blunt and overwhelmingly cynical character. During his first of several taxi rides in the city, Holden, bothered by the thought of constant change yet intrigued by… View Article