Adidas is a Germany sneaker, clothing and clothing company that also is the owner of Reebok, Taylor Made and Rockport. Adidas is the major sportswear company in European countries and is the next and then Nike as the largest sportswear company on the globe. The company sports activities the recognizable logo design of three slanted parallel pubs of ascending height.
Adidas was founded in 1924 by Adolf Dassler, but it didn't become a completely registered company until 1940. Its head office are found in Herzogenaurach, Germany, the hometown of its founder. Although many think that Adidas means "All day long I dream about soccer" the real source of the name originates from the amalgamation of Adolf's nickname, Adi, and the first three notice of his previous name.
How to Tame a Wild Tongue is a chapter from the book titled Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza written by the author, Gloria E. Anzaldua. In this particular chapter the writer talks about her Chicana life in a time filled with immigration controversies where Latinos surviving in the United States struggled to find their national identity and a language to speak freely without shame and fear. Hispanic immigrants or Hispanics born in the United States are mentally tortured by the dominant English language and culture into changing into something that is neither English nor Spanish but an assortment of both. Anzaldúa targets Chicano readers who share her experience to find a definite identity and American readers as well in order to better understand Chicano life.
As 'The Monkey's Paw' was published in September, 1902, by the author, WW Jacobs. Jacobs creates a feeling of horror, suspense and pressure very effectively in 'The Monkey's Paw' by using variety of literary techniques. It solidly abides by the Gothic Horror genre which may be defined as a theme which combines elements of both Horror and Romance. The story explains to of a mystical thing, monkey's paw which grants 3 needs to 3 differing people but retains the idea, 'be careful what you want for'. When Mr White subconsciously wants for Ј200, he's struck with the loss of life of his kid but is also granted the Ј200, which he had wished for. Towards the end of the storyplot, Mrs White attempts to utilise the talisman to bring back her son to life but Mr White's previous wish counteracts this.