Diary Essay Examples

diary Date 4th Jan Time 5 am Pain Scale 9(severe) Medicine and Dose  Tylenol 2 *3 Medicine side effects Makes one feel drowsy What made the pain better today Warm drinks What made the pain worse today Cold drinks and cold in general A toothache had started the previous evening, but it got worse when I woke up in the morning to prepare for classes. I guess the cold temperature that morning worsened the situation. I could feel a burning sensation that even gave a headache for the rest of the day. I tried several remedies to calm the pain. First I thought of brushing the teeth, but the pain could not subside. I also took some painkillers such as aspirin, but that did not offer any solution. It...

diary and Daniel Defoe journal This essay will attempt to examine the disparities and relationships among the diary written by Samuel Pepys as well as Daniel Defoe journal. The comparison and the contrast will base on two accounts written by the two authors about the great plague and fire in the 1960s. Samuel Pepys drafted his diary of the two accounts as well as the time they occurred. In his writing, he concentrated more day to day events which took place during his time whereby he included figures as well as the first-hand information of all the activity which took place (Pepys 162). On the other hand Daniel Defoe addressed a journalistic description of the very historical experiences;...

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Diary, Today I learned some interesting facts about the philosopher and essayist, Ralph Waldo Emerson, precisely from the way he perceives the world in his essay, “The Poet.” The manner in which Emerson defines the poet and his/her occupation is both bewildering and exciting. Emerson looks at the occupation of the poet as some higher calling detached from material influences of this physical world or reality. This is clear from the beginning when he says, “Those who are esteemed umpires of taste,” referring to the people who consider themselves critics, reviewers, and observers with an affinity for what is elegant and artistic, usually understand little of what poetry is genuinely about...