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Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Importance of Essays Sample Online

There are many website that cater free essays online. Some of these websites lure students to use their papers and eventually ask them to be part of a paid library of academic papers. Others try to sell academic papers that are rewritten so many times to adjust to the needs of every student.

Basically, academic papers are designed to teach the students basic lessons in the academe. It will serve as their training ground so that when they face real life assignments, they are already equipped with skills to complete tasks.

In the Internet, free essays sample are available. The role of each student is to use the sample to create their own essay. Every paper serves as an inspiration to create a better product. For example, you are researching for different literary pieces. After that, you need to comment on each literary piece. The assignment is easier when you have sources online that will be added to your primary sources such as books, magazines and original sources from your professors.

Just research and revise existing essays online. You don't need to make it perfect. Just complete the task. Remember, you will feel boredom in your school assignments without inspiration to hold on to.

Thoughts on "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson

Shirley Jackson wrote an ironically brilliant piece that would allow you to shout for justice. The story is all about an old tradition in many villages wherein a yearly lottery is made. The lottery is not actually related to money. It is something that should be feared upon. Whoever will get the piece of paper with the black dot will be killed through stone throwing by all the villagers, young or old.

It is so ironic that the villagers are so excited for the annual activity. They were all tensed of course, but there is a sense of fulfillment every time a person got the black dot in a piece of paper.

In one particular village, wherein the population is only three hundred, members of several families excitedly assembled in the square which located between the post office and the bank. If you don't know the story, you would really think at first glance that the "lottery" is all about money and fame.

When Tessie Hutchinson won the lottery, all villagers rushed to throw stones towards her. As she stood in the middle of the square, all of them gathered to start the dreadful tradition.

Basically, the story is an example of injustice and ignorance. I'm not really sure of the history of the tradition. It wasn't stated in the story. But I suspect that the author wanted to share the irony of life, the nature of family relationships in times of adversity and death. Death is certain. However, there should be justice in every death. Since the villagers don't have law that support this maxim, then they're doing the most ridiculous custom and dreadful tradition.

In your case, how would you view the story?