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The Representation of Women in the Harry Potter...
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Examination Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject English - Applied Geography, grade: 1,5, University of Paderborn (Kulturwissenschaften), language: English, abstract: 'I just write what I wanted to write. I write what amuses me. It's totally for myself.' - Joanne K. Rowling Harry Potter - quite a simple name that has become famous throughout the whole world within just a few years. Shattering numerous publishing records, the seven books of the series written by Joanne K. Rowling have, up until now, sold over 400 million copies worldwide; a sales number that is only topped by the bible (Dammann). [...]

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The Representation of Women in the Harry Potter...
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Examination Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject English - Applied Geography, grade: 1,5, University of Paderborn (Kulturwissenschaften), language: English, abstract: 'I just write what I wanted to write. I write what amuses me. It's totally for myself.' - Joanne K. Rowling Harry Potter - quite a simple name that has become famous throughout the whole world within just a few years. Shattering numerous publishing records, the seven books of the series written by Joanne K. Rowling have, up until now, sold over 400 million copies worldwide; a sales number that is only topped by the bible (Dammann). [...]

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Jerry Spinelli's Outsiders and its Relevance in...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1.3, University of Duisburg-Essen, language: English, abstract: The main aim of children's literature is to be readable for young people, to be amusing, exciting, to have a good story and to make readers enjoy it. Some books do not only fulfill this aim but also have a message. Young children should learn something important by reading those books. Those books are relevant for children's literature because the children enjoy learning when the story is good and interesting. But what makes a book a relevant book? Is it only the message, only the story, the characters or all of those? This essay will show if Jerry Spinelli's books Stargirl, Loser and Wringer do have a relevance in children's literature and why by characterizing the protagonists and by finding out what Spinelli's messages are. Those three books have been chosen because the protagonists are outsiders and therefore the books are ofcomparable topics.

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Jerry Spinelli's Outsiders and its Relevance in...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1.3, University of Duisburg-Essen, language: English, abstract: The main aim of children's literature is to be readable for young people, to be amusing, exciting, to have a good story and to make readers enjoy it. Some books do not only fulfill this aim but also have a message. Young children should learn something important by reading those books. Those books are relevant for children's literature because the children enjoy learning when the story is good and interesting. But what makes a book a relevant book? Is it only the message, only the story, the characters or all of those? This essay will show if Jerry Spinelli's books Stargirl, Loser and Wringer do have a relevance in children's literature and why by characterizing the protagonists and by finding out what Spinelli's messages are. Those three books have been chosen because the protagonists are outsiders and therefore the books are ofcomparable topics.

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Villain or hero? - Shakespeare's image of Richa...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, University of Heidelberg (Anglistisches Seminar), language: English, abstract: In contemporary books about the English history, the entry about Richard III reads approximately as follows: According to popular belief the most villainous King in English history was a hunchback who plotted all his life to become King. This relentless pursuit of the crown was done at any cost, even it seems down to the murder of the royal princes, the sons of Edward IV [...]. When reading on, most of the works revise their opinion and admit that actually Richard was not any more blood thirsty or brutal than other contemporary monarchs, that the 'popular belief' that he killed his Nephews in the Tower, and that he was malformed, was actually not a fact, but an assumption, which has not been proven up to this day. Although most of the time the reliable sources revise their opinion about this monarch a few paragraphs later, the first impression on the history-interested person is made. The question here is what creates or created this image of the villainous and deformed Richard III? Some history books mention William Shakespeare's history The Tragedy of King Richard III as one of the possible works that have been influencing the people's opinions about this English king. This essay is intended to analyze in what way Shakespeare's work undermines this thesis and what picture he really drew of the monarch Richard III. In order to understand this complex matter, the essay will guide through the historical background of the drama and will try to analyze the notion of Shakespeare's portrayal. Furthermore, as the character of Richard appears in earlier plays already, the beginnings of the character will be presented in order to highlight the complexity of the character's development. In addition, two characterizing scenes will be examined, so that the di

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Villain or hero? - Shakespeare's image of Richa...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, University of Heidelberg (Anglistisches Seminar), language: English, abstract: In contemporary books about the English history, the entry about Richard III reads approximately as follows: According to popular belief the most villainous King in English history was a hunchback who plotted all his life to become King. This relentless pursuit of the crown was done at any cost, even it seems down to the murder of the royal princes, the sons of Edward IV [...]. When reading on, most of the works revise their opinion and admit that actually Richard was not any more blood thirsty or brutal than other contemporary monarchs, that the 'popular belief' that he killed his Nephews in the Tower, and that he was malformed, was actually not a fact, but an assumption, which has not been proven up to this day. Although most of the time the reliable sources revise their opinion about this monarch a few paragraphs later, the first impression on the history-interested person is made. The question here is what creates or created this image of the villainous and deformed Richard III? Some history books mention William Shakespeare's history The Tragedy of King Richard III as one of the possible works that have been influencing the people's opinions about this English king. This essay is intended to analyze in what way Shakespeare's work undermines this thesis and what picture he really drew of the monarch Richard III. In order to understand this complex matter, the essay will guide through the historical background of the drama and will try to analyze the notion of Shakespeare's portrayal. Furthermore, as the character of Richard appears in earlier plays already, the beginnings of the character will be presented in order to highlight the complexity of the character's development. In addition, two characterizing scenes will be examined, so that the di

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Leadership. How it applies today
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: A, Atlantic International University (School of Business and Economics), course: Doctorate in Business Administration, language: English, abstract: Many books and articles have been written on the topic of leadership. These articles and books all appear to have different views on leadership and what makes a successful leader. However if you analyse all these writings you will find that there are five basic undelying principles that drive leadership and help a leader to be a good successful leader. These principles are discussed in the paper.

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Leadership. How it applies today
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: A, Atlantic International University (School of Business and Economics), course: Doctorate in Business Administration, language: English, abstract: Many books and articles have been written on the topic of leadership. These articles and books all appear to have different views on leadership and what makes a successful leader. However if you analyse all these writings you will find that there are five basic undelying principles that drive leadership and help a leader to be a good successful leader. These principles are discussed in the paper.

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'Englishness' as a Problem in Julian Barnes' 'E...
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Englisches Seminar), course: 'How to be English without being British?' or: 'How to be British without being English?' Identities in Contemporary British Novels: Barnes, Ballard, Levy, language: English, abstract: What is 'Englishness' and how can it be distinguished from 'Britishness'? Why do we need these national identity concepts and why do they pose a problem? The purpose of this essay is to discuss these questions by means of a careful analysis of two selected books: Julian Barnes' England, England and Andrea Levy's Small Island. While both novels deal with the concept of 'Englishness', they do so in different ways. While Barnes exposes the constructedness of collective identities like 'Englishness', Levy reveals its excluding function and the paradoxes between 'Englishness' and 'Britishness' from the perspectives of Jamaican 'Windrush'-migrants.

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