What is a dream? A dream can be described as a cherished desire. Everyone has dreams, many dream to be successful or to take themselves out of their current state and into a better one. Our dreams belong to us and it is up to ourselves whether or not to try to achieve them. What if you chose to purse your dream of becoming successful, but were limited due to outside forces such as financial status, social status or even family. The play “A Raisin in the Sun”, the poem “Dream Deferred” and a story titled “The Lesson” all share the same theme. All three works focus on the idea of having, wanting, or being denied your dreams.
The first purpose of this paper is to explain (using the given scenario) which of the following two approaches to enhance food safety would be more effective in the long run; a stronger enforcement program by the local health department or a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurants employees. In addition I will describe worker behaviors that may promote or compromise food safety. The scenario is there have been several complaints in your community about dirty restaurants. Several restaurants are no longer in business as a result of a television expose. You are the head of a citizen task force and have been asked to make recommendations for improved food safety. The members of the task force are at odds over which approach to food safety best serves the interests of the community.
In Moliere’s play, Tartuffe, there is a broad spectrum of characters that account for its comedy of manners and modes. One character in particular that caught my eye was Dorine, the witty and incredibly blunt servant. Although her occupation calls for obedience, Dorine is everything but, with sly come backs and an underlying agenda, Dorine goes on a quest to bring true love together.