The writings in this section are simply a collection of
essays I've written in college for various
classes. Please feel free to read through them and enjoy their content.
These essays explore topics ranging from explanations of "beauty" to
examinations of the causes of major wars. They also cover the topics of
art in its numerous forms (dance, architecture, sculpture and so on) and
the delicate negotiations of hostage-taking from the point of view of hostages,
law enforcement, government and hostage-takers. Whether you want to know how
Confucianism fits into the context of today's emerging Chinese nation,
or understand the paradox that is geisha, or are simply curious about
why music makes you want to dance (or mosh), I invite you to read.
DISCLAIMER: BY READING THESE ESSAYS YOU AGREE NOT TO REPRODUCE THESE ESSAYS IN
ANY FORM, NOT TO PLAGARIZE THESE ESSAYS, NOT USE MY WORK TO YOUR OWN CREDIT, NOT TO SUBMIT
MY ESSAY TO YOUR PROFESSOR, NOT TO PUBLISH MY WORK (ALSO PLAGARISM).
*IN OTHER WORDS, JUST READ THEM, THAT'S IT.
CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING ESSAYS:
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Laura K Rowe. All rights reserved.