Good Authors To Write A Research Paper On
Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.
Literature of the Medieval Period
This 21 page paper addresses several different topics. The authors discussed are St. Paul (Romans and Galatians); Augustine (Confessions); Gospel of Mark; Boethius (Consolation); and Gregory of Tours (History of the Franks). The essay discusses: the education of each author; who may have rewritten their original document; defining evil; authors' perceptions of a heavenly kingdom; the authors' use of belief; why each of the authors considered himself a Roman; conflict. While most of the five authors are discussed under each topic heading, not all are. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Analysis: “Six Characters” Author
This 4 page paper discusses Pirandello’s play (“Six Characters in Search of an Author”) with the idea of speculating about the nature of the author (not Pirandello but the author of the play the characters inhabit); the relationships among the characters, and what the Six Characters tell us about writing (creating) in general. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
An Article Critique of 'Protection Against Ischemic Heart Disease In The Belgian Physical Fitness Study: Physical Fitness Rather Than Physical Activity?'
10 pages in length. The authors of a 1987 article appearing in the American Journal of Epidemiology contend that there is a considerable difference between physical fitness and physical activity in relation to patients with ischemic heart disease. In 'Protection Against Ischemic Heart Disease In The Belgian Physical Fitness Study: Physical Fitness Rather Than Physical Activity?,' authors Sobolski, Kornitzer, De Backer, Dramaix, Bramowicz, Decre and Denolin attempt to enlighten readers to these differences, addressing the risk factors involved with both applications. The author offers a thorough critique of the article. No additional sources cited.
The Rise And Fall of the Great Powers Economic Change And Military Conflict From 1500 to 2000 by Paul Kennedy
6 pages in length. From Paul Kennedy's assertions in "The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict From 1500 to 2000," one can readily gather that the author's primary thesis revolves around the issue of imperialism. The writer discusses the persuasiveness of the author's thesis; the types of arguments and evidence used to support the thesis; the factors used to help shape his historical interpretation and that of world history; and how the author's interpretation of history might have been different had he emphasized other factors. No additional sources cited.