Read The Book of Ruth and The Medea at the following (copy and paste the link in a new tab) The Book of Ruth
https://thebibleproject.com/blog/ruth-big-message-short-story/ and The Medea http://theconversation.com/medea-is-as-relevant-today-as-it-was-in-ancient-greece-29609 and http://classics.mit.edu/Euripides/medea.html
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Identify one gender connection between The Epic of Gilgamesh and The Book of Ruth and develop your understanding vis-a-vis the status of women. Quote and cite one passage from each text using MLA in-text citation format to prove your opinion. Explain the passages to show (argue) how they connect to one another. Include a sentence that connects a reference from the past to a 21-st century comparison.
Identify one gender connection between The Book of Ruth and The Medea and develop your understanding vis-a-vis the status of women. Use a quote from each text to prove your opinion
stores. However this goes against every value that makes John Lewis what it is today and as such consumers may not be so fond of the move however the basic range brought out in Waitrose called their “essential range” have sold over £100 million of products since there release indicating a changing market for John Lewis showing a very lucrative opportunity for John Lewis. John Lewis online could also be a potential move, as mentioned having an online store would cost considerably less while at the same time giving the consumer the chance to shop from anywhere at anytime they wish. Furthermore discounts could be offered as there are many less overheads involved in the running of the store. 3.4 Threats. The biggest threat to John Lewis comes from within the business itself, its own structure. That being a partnership structure, hence everybody is a share holder. Therefore in theory if enough shareholders got together to oppose the managing body of the company and the business is left without any clear leader. It also leaves the company open to possible a takeover bid as if enough of the shareholders agree to sell their shares, then the company’s current controlling shareholder will lose their power and become minority shareholders. Numerous competitors also play a key threat in the running of John Lewis, as many offer exactly the same products and services. Therefore the only value added John Lewis can add is their customer service, however this is something that can easily be replicated and as such many competitors may start offering a John Lewis service but at a more competitive price. The economy as a whole also presents a threat, to all companies in general but more so to John Lewis as their higher quality goods carry a higher price tag meaning a lower price indicates lower profits.>GET ANSWER