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Nicolson indicates that to be a negotiator certain virtues are required that cannot be found in ordinary politicians and ordinary man. Nicilson quotes Callieres’ propositions that virtues are those to be possessed or to be acquired by a negotiator. The qualities of an ideal diplomat according to ... Continue Reading


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Today I’m going to talk to you for 5-7 minutes. If I talked for 10 minutes would you consider that greed? How much is enough? Greed is a selfish desire for more than one needs or deserves. It has made honest men murderers and countries with rich and valuable resources into the poorest countries in ... Continue Reading

Should Americans be forced to stand for the Pledge?

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“I was born an American I lived as an American and I shall die an American.” These words were once spoken by Daniel Webster in “An American Without Reserve.” To be a United States citizen is not only a privilege, but also an honor. ... Continue Reading

The Reckless Characterization Of Polyphemus

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In The Odyssey the poet Homer explores the theme of a civilized society and hospitality or xenia through many of the adventures and characters that Odysseus encounters on his journey home. One such event that illustrates this theme occurs when Odysseus lands on the island of the one eyed ... Continue Reading

hospitality in the Odyssey

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In today’s modern world it is not plausible to see someone do something polite or express hospitality to one another. There are numerous appalling and malicious people who do just the reverse. In the ancient Greek society, like the society present in the book “The Odyssey,” hospitality is exac ... Continue Reading

A critical essay on Utopia

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According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the word “hospitality” is defined as “offering a pleasant or sustaining environment for guests.” Each country and culture possesses different standards of hospitality. For example, people in Uzbekistan practice h ... Continue Reading

Hospitality In Odyssey

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Hospitality has played a large role in ancient Mycenaen society and is even evident in the writings of the time, as witnessed in Homer’s Odyssey. Hospitality reveals itself as a domineering factor in the way characters act and the way characters are treated in the O ... Continue Reading

Odyssey And Hospitality

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Throughout the book, The Odyssey, Homer uses a variety of settings to explore the theme of hospitality. Hospitality in the ancient world was very important. A visitor to a palace, would receive immediate hospitality, as the host can only presume they might be a God. Hospitality in The Odyssey includ ... Continue Reading

Hospitality in the Iliad

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The Iliad portrays the laws of hospitality in the plot and in its background. These rules govern the relationship and behavior of hosts and guests in ancient Greece. The nucleus of these laws was the treatment towards another whether a guest or a host. If you were hosting someone or a certain som ... Continue Reading

What is the Essence of Hospitality?

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Hospitality can be seen in so many different ways, and so many different scenarios, it is difficult to describe and to keep your definition applicable to all of them. Good hospitality is a feeling someone gives you, and like all the core feelings, they are difficult to put into words, words that hav ... Continue Reading

Oedipus at Colonus

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In the epic of The Odyssey, Homer explores a variety of different themes that heavily influence Odysseus’ quest to return home and re-claim his throne as the rightful King. These themes are prevalent throughout the story and they significantly affect the fate of the e ... Continue Reading

Customers as the most important stakeholders

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Customers as the most important stakeholders People used to say "The only three business which will never go out of style over the centuries (people have to eat), lodging (people want a safe place to sleep), beverage (people like their beverages). ... Continue Reading

Great Gatsby

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We are gathered here today to grieve the death of the Great Jay Gatsby. A leader of course, who rose to fame and fortune as a result of hard work, Gatsby was a determined man. Not only that, but also very friendly. We know we won’t forget those wonderful parties he ga ... Continue Reading

Why you should be admitted to the Ecole hotel de lausanne

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Ever since I was a child I have always been interested in my father‘s business and have been fascinated by his accomplishment in business management and have been dreaming about becoming a successful businessman like him. First I would like to mention my high level of intercultural communicatio ... Continue Reading

a worn path

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Role models should be a part of everybody's life. They will help us get through life's ups and downs and teach us to become successful people as we grow. Someone that does just that is my mother. My mother is a very important woman in my life. She is a trustworthy, responsible, and ... Continue Reading

Gatsby Eulogy

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We are gathered here today to celebrate and give thanks for the life of a truly remarkable man. Gatsby was born James Gatz in North Dakota. At 17, he had his family name changed from James Gatz to Jay Gatsby. I think he changed his name because of the war, he felt that whe ... Continue Reading

Hospitality In The Odessey

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Hospitality plays a very big role in Greek life. It was by this system that people were able to travel without the fear of being rejected and having nowhere to stay. A host never knew if the beggar on his/her doorstep was a god in disguise. Such paranoia and religious beliefs kept most characters ... Continue Reading

The Importance of Xenia in The Odyssey

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Odysseus's adventure in Homer's epic, "The Odyssey," follows him on a journey where he meets an array of new people while traveling to new land. As he meets these new characters, he experiences the different forms of lack of hospitality. Homer uses Xenia, the Greek practice of hospitality to stran ... Continue Reading

The Parents of Huck Finn

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Throughout The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn there are many unique characters aside from Huck. As Huck travels the Mississippi he meets many people that, to him, take the place of his nonexistent parents. For as long as Huck can remember he’s been alone, but there is most undeniably a child’s ... Continue Reading

The Legacy Of Chivalry

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Chivalry started in the Middle Ages as a code of behavior that knights followed. Knights were expected to treat their fellow knights and social inferiors with respect and benevolence. This code prohibited knights from attacking the unarmed, and knightly ideals stressed that a good knight fought for ... Continue Reading

Circumstance, A Crude Foe: Antigone

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When a person is in the wrong place at the wrong time due to circumstance should that person be punished for something they had no power against? Being a victim to circumstance is something that we all have probably experienced in life. Many times these circumstances or coincidences are not even t ... Continue Reading

Leadership In Hospitality Industry

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CEO Mary Mahoney stated, “leadership is having a plan, getting a group of people to follow you down a certain path, and encouraging them along the way that will lead to successful achievement of the plan” (Greger; Peterson 2000, p.17). Determining a ... Continue Reading


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Trend Watch Graphic Arts provides reports that monitor the trends and changes of the graphics, publishing, and electronic media markets. This site was the basis for my research it that it gave me a starting point. It listed topics of interest and ga ... Continue Reading

Business Plan

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The mission of Newmarket International is a family of diverse, talented individuals committed to maximizing the success of their customers, employees and shareholders. As the recognized industry leader, they will provide innovative solutions and service that enable the global hospitality market plac ... Continue Reading


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In many situations individuals have sacrificed their lives for their values or what they think is most important in life. Alcestis, the Queen and tragic figure of Euripides’ Alcestis, is not an exception to all those people who refuse to keep living in order to let her husband (the king of Thessal ... Continue Reading