Essays Tagged: "Sayer"


Film Text Response No.1 Dr. Sayer's experiment at the Bainbridge Chronic hospital was far from a disastrous failure for all thos ... hose concerned. Yet on the other hand I feel that it certainly wasn't successful either. Dr. Sayer's experiment was one that involved the taking of drugs and working with mentally disabled peop ... ard who had has mother by his side. The drug in which the patients used were very expensive and Dr. Sayer was lucky to get it. The drug only had an effect for a couple of weeks, which gave the patient ...

(2 pages) 667 0 0.0 Oct/2001

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Reading Response..."Five Red Herrings"

Independent StudyDorothy L. SayersAugust 25, 2003Reading Response for Five Red HerringsIs the title appropriate?As in all detect ... l fishermen and resident artists augmented by seasonal vacationers many of who are annual visitors. Sayers has done an excellent job portraying Scottish personalities and of all class distinctions. He ... tance of the missing clue?This reader never did guess the clue and was offended by the words of Ms. Sayers' comment about the reader's lack of detective perception that appears in Chapter 2 followed b ...

(3 pages) 23 0 0.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature


b in which he believes is a research jobs. Although it turns out to be a job on the fifth ward, Dr. Sayer is to treat and care for chronically ill patients.Dr. Sayer has no experience in treating pati ... r. Sayer has no experience in treating patients, and is reluctant at first until he meets Lucy, Dr. Sayer tries to communicate with her, with no hope of that ever happening, he turns to type his deter ...

(11 pages) 0 0 0.0 May/2014

Subjects: Humanities Essays