- Is gearrscéal é seo faoi dhéagóir darb ainm Pádraigín.
- Tá sí ina suí ina seomra ranga ag brionglóideach.
- Tá sí smaoineamh ar na hathruithe móra atá tar éis tarlú ina saol.
- Rugadh a deartháir óg, Peadar, cúpla mí ó shin.
- Roimhe sin, bhí a seomra féin aici.
- Anois, áfach, tá sí roinnt seomra lena deirfiúr Aoife.
- Faraor, níl sí sásta leis an athrú seo.
- Ní réitíonn sí le hAoife.
- Níl príobháideacht aici anois.
- Mothaíonn sí nach bhfuil aon spás aici ina saol.
- Sa seomra ranga, bhíodh spás aici go dtí le déanaí.
- Faraor, dúirt an múinteoir go mbíodh sí i... (More)
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“The dominant themes of the novel are those of illusion and corruption.” Discuss this statement, supporting your answer with the aid of suitable reference to the novel.
Illusion and corruption dominate The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Illusions are created by characters to hide aspects of their lives or to lead other characters astray. Jay Gatsby is the epitome of illusion, and is the central illusionist in the novel. However an illusion is also created by Daisy Buchanan with regards to her true feelings for Gatsby. As well as being an illusionist Gatsby is under the illusion that he... (More)
Motivation: is about what makes people do things. (What makes people work)
Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory of Motivation!
1. Physiological Needs:
These needs are of the lowest-order and most basic needs of human beings. These involve satisfying fundamental biological drives, such as the need for food, air, water, cloth, and shelter.
2. Safety and Security Needs:
The second level of need in Maslow’s hierarchy is emerged once physiological needs are met. Safety needs involve the need for a secure environment, free from threats of physical and psychological harm. These needs find expression in such desires as economic security and protection... (More)