Comparative Essays

Oct 30, 2019

Comparing Brothers Grimm’s Cinderella and Yeh-hsien form a Chinese Tale

The story about Cinderella is familiar to almost everyone. One of the most famous versions of the story is the tale retold by German authors Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm in nineteenth century which is to be compared with the Chinese tale about Yeh-hsien created a thousand years ago.

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Apr 16, 2020

Comparative Democracy

Nowadays, democracy is one of the most common forms of government. Democratic system is typically found in countries where middle class occupies a significant place in social structure. This form of government flourishes in states that have achieved a high level of social and economic development.

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Apr 16, 2020

Comparative Philosophies Essay

The era of ancient times left a huge mark on the history of the world. First of all, this period is known for the first discoveries in the spheres of science and art. Basically, all the knowledge, including pedagogical, emerged from the philosophy.

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May 12, 2020

The Basic Health Care System Models

The health care delivery systems are important factors as far as health care is concerned. There are several factors, which shape the prevailing cultural approach to these health care delivery systems. They include cultural values and beliefs as well as situational and economic factors. This paper seeks to examine the four basic health care system models and compare the Beveridge, the Bismarck, Out-of-pocket, and the national health insurance models.

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May 20, 2020

Comparison of Petrol/Diesel Cars to Electric Cars

The biggest advantage of electric cars, such as Tesla, compared to petrol/diesel cars is a low level of emissions. Traditional cars use petrol and diesel as the only source of energy, which makes an engine run. Tesla uses electric battery, which performs the same function, but does not produce so much CO2 as other cars do. Today, researchers indicate a reduction of general emissions produced by cars.

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Jun 12, 2020

Ray Bradbury’s and George Orwell’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ and ‘1984’

This paper focuses on comparing and contrasting the novels, ‘Fahrenheit 451’ by Ray Bradbury and ‘1984’ by George Orwell in various contexts. These books, through their characters development, create an atmosphere of seductiveness of ‘utopia’ and fear as the consequences of acting in a non-prescribed manner. The authors use their characters to portray a certain issue of conformity.

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