George and Lennie are traveling together. Lennie is mentally unstable, and gets himself and George into alot of trouble. They get kicked out of many jobs, before they end up at a farm. Lennie kills animals, and they end up getting in trouble. Lennie and George flee, where Lennie is shot in the head. The moral of the story is to never shoot people who are retarded. I am am making this paper so I can join your gay website. All I need is one paper on Great expectations. I really dont want to be wrirint this paper write now so hopefully this will count as a 250 wd paper. All I need is one paper on Great expectations. I have math tomorrow so if this paper would please hurry up and type I would be very greatful. Think about what life would be like without a basic writing system. People would have communication problems; there would be no mail; there would virtually be nothing written. Writing is a very essential part of people’s lives today. It is taken for granted, and many people do not even know where it came from. Such writings as Cuneiform, Aramaic, and hieroglyphics from Ancient Civilizations are partially understood and are still being analyzed today (“Cuneiform Writing System.”) Cuneiform writing influenced many different writing styles around the world.
During the 4th Millennium B.C., a new writing system was invented. The system consisted of about 600 characters, and was composed of pictures which stood for words (Mesopotamia: The Mighty Kings 13.) This writing system was called Cuneiform. Cuneiform, still today, is the earliest discovered proof of writing (Mesopotamia: The Mighty Kings 13.) Cuneiform was developed in the Middle East, around 3200 B.C., and the origin of it is just now fully being understood today (“Cuneiform Writing System.”)
The uses of Cuneiform vary greatly. Many people believe that the system was used for administrative purposes, while others say regular mail. Cuneiform was also used for record keeping of major events, and farmers kept tallies of their cattle to keep count. However, Cuneiform was not a language. It was more like a system based around Egyptian Hieroglyphics (Spielvogal 33.) Writing was also thought of as a very magical talent, people who could write were honored greatly and treated as if they were gods (Heise 1.)
The process in which Cuneiform was written is very simple. The inscriber owned a special tool called a stylus (Cuneiform 948.) The stylus was made with reed, and was used to make impressions on the clay. The clay always had to be damp or wet, in order for the inscriptions to work properly. The symbols, at first, were written from top to bottom on the tablet. After a short period of time, the symbols were written from left to right. When a tablet was completed, it was laid in the sun to dry. Most of the time the tablets were rectangular in size, and were not very large. The size of the tablets made the delivery process fairly simple (Spielvogal 33.)
The invention of delivery came in the second half of the 4th Millennium. The process was called Clay Ballue. Clay Ballue were envelopes especially made to fit clay slabs of cuneiform writing. The purpose of this method of delivery was to ensure the safety of the inscriptions. In order for the delivery to be carried out, the envelopes must have contained a specific seal applied by the sender. The only way a document was sent was that, in fact, it did have a seal, and that the clay envelope was completely shut and dried by the sun (“Cuneiform Writing System.”)