Research Paper On Princess Diana&Amp;#39;S Death

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  • IAS 39 Problems

    This 3 page paper looks at the potential impact of IAS 39 on European companies with reference to the use of hedging as a tool to limit risk. The paper argues this could cause many of the problems that FAS 133 created in the US. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Old Testament Canon Development

    A 5 page paper that explains and discusses how the canon of the Old Testament came to be and why it is different for different religions. For instance, the Jewish Bible has 24 books, the Protestant Old Testament is comprised of 39 books, the Eastern Orthodox Bible, has forty-three books and the Roman Catholic Bible has forty-six books. The historical development of these versions of the Old Testament is presented. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Chapter 15 of the Gospel of Mark and an Exegesis of Lines 33 through 39

    A 12 page exegetical examination of this passage from the Mark's Gospel. This scriptural passage (Mark 15:33-39) is extremely dramatic as it conveys the events that make up the last moments before Christ's death. The following exegetical exploration of this passage, first of all, examines the passage verse-by-verse, using several versions of the Bible. Then, the origins of the Mark's Gospel are discussed. This examination of the passage under study discusses its authorship, its impetus from oral tradition and the period in which it was likely first put down on paper. Scholarly commentary on the meaning and significance of the passage is then discussed within the overall context of the Marcan gospel. This exegesis ends with reflection. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Emily Dickinson, Popular Music, and Death Fascination

    A 5 page essay that compares two poems by Emily Dickinson, "I heard a fly buzz when I died" and "Because I could not stop for death," to two popular songs concerning death -- "The Death Song" by Marilyn Manson and "Prey for Death" by Graham Woolley. The writer argues that Dickinson's poems, like the songs profiled, take the approach that death is not to be feared. However, the writer also points out where the tone of these works differ. No additional sources.

  • Emily Dickinson, Popular Music, and Death Fascination

    A 5 page essay that compares two poems by Emily Dickinson, "I heard a fly buzz when I died" and "Because I could not stop for death," to two popular songs concerning death -- "The Death Song" by Marilyn Manson and "Prey for Death" by Graham Woolley. The writer argues that Dickinson's poems, like the songs profiled, take the approach that death is not to be feared. However, the writer also points out where the tone of these works differ. No additional sources.

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