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  1. Do you think for the fifth article I can mention the business cycle and how the economic growth is slowing down? (so about to hit the top plateau)
  2. I was wondering which one would be best to choose for my article? And what should I focus on in a macro commentary to score high? http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_14/02/2013_483071 http://nvonews.com/2013/01/31/us-gdp-falls-unemployment-rate-high-yet-experts-sanguine/ http://www.themoscowtimes.com/opinion/article/reasons-to-be-reasonably-bullish-about-russia/475728.html http://theconversation.edu.au/obamas-pledge-to-raise-the-minimum-wage-is-good-policy-12258 http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/07/economic-growth-in-india-to-fall-to-five-percent/
  3. Oh I don't think I can focus on the philosophical theories because my teacher told me since the other prompts (for supervised writing) involved these theories, I can't talk focus on those in my topic.
  4. Oh I don't think I can focus on the philosophical theories because my teacher told me since the other prompts (for supervised writing) involved these theories, I can't talk focus on those in my topic.
  5. Sorry haha, I thought it didn't get posted the first time, how do I delete this one?
  6. St. Petersburg would be used as a setting; it is grim, dirty, crowded with drunks sprawling around the city. It also represents Raskolnikov's delirious state of mind. Oh, okay that sounds like a good idea, I'll try to incorporate it, but I don't really have an idea for a third device...? Haha, I'll try look into that And I don't really understand what you mean by the characters would be from a more philosophical standpoint? Thanks for the reply! St. Petersburg would be used as a setting; it is grim, dirty, crowded with drunks sprawling around the city. It also represents Raskolnikov's delirious state of mind. Oh, okay that sounds like a good idea, I'll try to incorporate it, but I don't really have an idea for a third device...? Haha, I'll try look into that And I don't really understand what you mean by the characters would be from a more philosophical standpoint? Thanks for the reply! St. Petersburg would be used as a setting; it is grim, dirty, crowded with drunks sprawling around the city. It also represents Raskolnikov's delirious state of mind. Oh, okay that sounds like a good idea, I'll try to incorporate it, but I don't really have an idea for a third device...? Haha, I'll try look into that And I don't really understand what you mean by the characters would be from a more philosophical standpoint? Thanks for the reply!
  7. In Crime and Punishment, the author, Fyodor Dostoevsky, uses the home, clothing imagery, and St. Petersburg to reveal the oppressive forces of poverty weighing down on Raskolnikov. Is it bad that I'm focusing on 3 symbols? Would it be better to focus just on Raskolnikov or other characters as well?
  8. In Crime and Punishment, the author, Fyodor Dostoevsky, uses the home, clothing imagery, and St. Petersburg to reveal the oppressive forces of poverty weighing down on Raskolnikov. Is it bad that I'm focusing on 3 symbols? Would it be better to focus just on Raskolnikov or other characters as well?
  9. Hi, I was wondering if my topic was okay: In Crime and Punishment, the author, Fyodor Dostoevsky, uses the home, clothing imagery, and St. Petersburg to reveal the oppressive forces of poverty weighing down on the characters.
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