The impact ofVoltaire in pre-revolution France is unfathomable. Francois-Marie Arouet was aFrench historian, philosopher and most importantly an enlightenment writer. Hewas one of the greatest and powerful writers whose writing effected thepsychology of the common people around the world and they became aware abouttheir situation in contrast to the elites. Thesisstatement: Voltaire was a pioneer …

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A computer virus is a malware that, when executed, tries to infect other executable and alter their default behavior. A virus copies itself into an infected executable without permission or knowledge of a user. The first computer virus was a boot sector virus. Virus causes damage to system’s file and operating system which comprises of …

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Access to Success

“Widening participation”, “lifelong learning” and “the expansion of Higher Education” are familiar ideas which have been variously absorbed into the education policy agendas of successive British governments. Access courses have played a key role in the growth of Further and Higher Education, particularly in providing educational opportunities for adult learners who missed out on the …

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alliteration repetition of initial consonant sounds; writers and poets use them to create pleasing musical effects; must contain two or more words allusion a reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art apostrophe figure of speech where the writer speaks directly to an idea, to a quality, to an object, …

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“I, Too” is a poem written by Langston Hughes Langston Hughes is one of the many writers who was part of the Harlem Renaissance What was the Harlem Renaissance movement? a cultural movement of the 1920s The speaker is the voice of the poem Inferences while reading a poem or stiry come to conclusions based …

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How would you describe the meter of “Poetry”? a somewhat regular pattern of syllables per line The poem makes use of phrases quoted from the works of other writers. Which of the following is NOT one of the “important phenomena” mentioned in the poem? orchids Does the speaker really “dislike” poetry, as she claims in …

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