Research Paper On Thomas Edison

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  • Was Thomas Edison a Genius or Simply Seeking the Limelight?

    10 pages. There are those who feel that Thomas Edison was clearly a thinking man but certainly no genius. When asked to further explain, they would tell us that Edison enjoyed being in the limelight and achieving monetary success, as would most of us. There are also those who believe that Thomas Edison was a remarkable genius, and that nobody but another genius would be able to replicate the designs he devised. The interesting thesis of this paper is to point out that while Edison was possibly a genius, the fact is that almost anyone can learn to think the way Edison thought and to be as productive an inventor as the man who is best known for inventing the incandescent light bulb. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Overview of the Edison Project

    A 5 page research paper that examines how the Edison Project works, and then addresses as to whether or not Edison has or has not achieved its goals at a representative school, the Boston Renaissance Charter School. The writer concludes that the earlier problems that Edison encountered appear to have been successfully resolved. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • 'And Death Shall Have No Dominion' by Dylan Thomas

    An 11 page research paper/essay that analyzes Thomas' poem "And death shall have no dominion." The writer argues that in this poem, it is not religion that Thomas honors, but the idea behind Christian dogma, which is that there is life from death-- an idea, which Thomas argues in his verse is self-evident in nature. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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