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Why the problematic Nature Of Shakespeare’s Plays Is So Popular In Modern Days

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The most generalized comment on why ‘Shakespeare’s plays are so popular even after so many years’ is that the plays of this mastermind are enriched with something that appeals to the audiences from time to time and place to place. That is, one of the common aspects of Shakespeare’s play is that his plays are universal. But the question is whether this statement is self-evident or not. Since art is mostly accepted either as the imitation of reality or as the construct of artist’s mind, the universality of art as well as of reality needs to be defined. Shakespeare’s plays are universal in the sense that they reflect reality. This reality is not the objective reality. Rather it is a kind of inner reality that dwell within the being of a man and that shapes the objective reality itself.

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Many Faces of Criminology

Many Faces of Criminology

Cheema, A. A., & Virk, A., (2012). Reinventing Lombroso in the era of genetic revolution: whether criminal justice system actually imparts justice or is based on ‘Convenience of Assumption’? International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 5(2), 936-946.

This article depicts that the genes are the highly influential factors to shape every human behavior. The prior notion was that the genes play a vital role in developing certain physical characteristics, whereas this article draws the attention of a reader to the fact that a criminal can be defined as a ‘born criminal’ due to the gene factor. The advanced genetic technology research proves that criminal behavior is much influenced by the genetic structure. This latest hypothesis shook the free-will foundation on which criminal justice system is founded. The research puts a sign of interrogation beside Lombroso’s theory of ‘atavism’.

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DEVELOPING AND UNDERSTANDING OF AUSTRALIA’S ECONOMY OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS

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The economic condition of a country is determined by both the factors that are out of the managing capacity of its governing body and directly implemented macroeconomic policy. The main purpose of this study is to assess and describe current economic situation of Australia and the macroeconomic strategies implemented by the government to endeavour and uphold a level of sustainable development. This study reveals that the Reserve Bank Australia’s (RBA) wants to maintain the present currency rate at 4.5%. The study also delineates the present relative steadiness of the Australian economy and present macroeconomic position as motivating. Australia has reached a verge of using fiscal policy to alleviate the macroeconomic effects of the Global Financial Crisis. Since the debt of Australia is very small in comparison to the international standard, the country could well afford to do the job.

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A Comparative Discussion Between Two Tragic Heroes: Othello and Willy Loman

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Shakespeare’s Othello is a unique figure among Shakespeare’s heroes. Like all other heroes of Shakespeare, Othello, towards the end of the play, faces a tragic downfall. Yet, the question arises how far Othello is responsible for his own downfall, or whether he is responsible for his downfall at all. Much ink has been used and misused in proving and disproving that Othello is black in color. His blackness is much responsible to bring about the tragedy in the life of both Othello and Desdemona. If the nature of the tragedy in Othello is considered, the causes and background of Othello’s fall, Othello himself and how far the surroundings are responsible for his tragedy. The point of racial alienation, i.e. Othello’s blackness, comes before the audience with all their plausibility and dramatic significance. On the other hand, Death of a Salesman is a new kind of play in which Miller showed originality in different issues.

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Conflict Between The United States and Syria

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The buzzing insurgence of the civilians in the several Middle-Eastern countries against their autocratic government turned into armored rebellion in Syria. The autocratic rulers and their activities seemed to be the unbreakable tyranny. Yet the power of civilians shook their throne. Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, has been in office for more than 40 years. It should be noted that he is not an elected president and Syria is not a democratic country. He inherited the supreme power from his father. Thus, he considers himself the eligible ruler of Syria and does not think of accountability, honesty, and democracy. This sense of feeling made him the despotic ruler.

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