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  • Journey from Childhood to Adults

    Journey from Childhood to Adults

    Journey From Childhood to Adults Everyday our youth is reminded of the reality of the world around them. As they grow up they learn the truth not only about our world, but themselves. They feel the pressure to conform to what others think is acceptable of them. In turn they overcome hardships that help them to grow as individuals. This rite of passage is called initiation. The presence of this theme occurs throughout our textbook

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    Submitted: April 20, 2010 By: Monika
  • Journey Motif

    Journey Motif

    In literature, the Journey is often a metaphor for discovery. The journey motif is used in Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” It is also shown in Hawthorne’s “My Kinsman, Major Molineux” and “Young Goodman Brown.” In these stories, each main character changes sometime between the beginning and the end of the story. In addition, religion plays a part in each of these stories. Typically, in journey literature the hero encounters several obstacles

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    Submitted: May 3, 2010 By: Steve
  • Journey of Both Odysseus and Penelope with Intervention of Gods

    Journey of Both Odysseus and Penelope with Intervention of Gods

    Journey of both Odysseus and Penelope with intervention of gods Homer writer of T​he Iliad​has experience condensing a ten year war into a book, and displays his experience when he condenses a whole story into one symbolic epic simile. In Homer’s T​he Odyssey t​he epic simile in book 23 lines 259­270 illustrates the rejoining of Penelope and Odysseus, however the poet utilizes crafty comparisons to symbolize the constant intervention of the gods, the faithfulness of

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    Submitted: September 28, 2016 By: asbabu
  • Journey of the Magi

    Journey of the Magi

    MISINFORMED BLISS Many are aware of the popular story from the Bible known as Adam and Eve and the Garden of Eden. As years have passed, such writers as John Milton and Margaret Atwood have written their own versions to this popular story called Paradise Lost and Quattrocento. Paradise Lost takes on a different angle where it speaks from Satan’s viewpoint, whereas Quattrocento takes on a different angle. The theme that Margaret Atwood tries to

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    Submitted: November 9, 2009 By: Steve
  • Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    Journey to the Center of the Earth is an 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne (published in the original French as Voyage au centre de la Terre). The story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the "center of the Earth". They encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy. From a scientific point of

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    Submitted: January 7, 2010 By: Mike
  • Journey to the Magi

    Journey to the Magi

    In “Journey of the Magi,” the terms “birth” and “death” function in many different ways. The child who is the object of the quest is literally born and, as all humans do, will eventually die. However, this particular birth and death have enormous theological implications. In both the poem and the Bible, the Magi are coming as representatives of all Gentiles to witness the Incarnation, the birth of Christ. With this birth, the son of

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    Submitted: March 15, 2010 By: Mike
  • Journeys

    Journeys

    Everyday people undertake physical journeys. They could be as easy as walking down the street or as hard as leaving your home and moving to a whole new place. Journeys can be good or bad. But along with all journeys come obstacles. One’s perspective and opinion can be changed along the way with these journeys. The poem ‘Crossing the Red Sea ’ by Peter Skrzynecki relates to the concept of journey as it illustrates the

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    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Jessica
  • Journeys

    Journeys

    Imaginative Journeys The Imaginative Journey is one that is intangible, and remains un-bounded to the realms of the physical world by means of; time, reality and consciousness. It provides the ability to those who undertake such a journey, to consider and thus in some instances comprehend, the cognitive processes of their inner psyche. The poems; “Frost at Midnight”, and “This Lime-Tree Bower my Prison” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge encompass such aspects of the imaginative journey.

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    Submitted: December 24, 2009 By: Artur
  • Journeys

    Journeys

    Journeys are inevitable processes in which an individual undergoes. One may arrive at the destination as a stronger or weaker person. During the process of journeys, one would encounter obstacles and challenges to overcome. It is therefore for this reason that a strong human spirit is an essential component of one's journey. Without a strong spirit, the individual may not be able to persevere and overcome the challenges and obstacles of a journey and not

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    Submitted: May 22, 2010 By: lol
  • Journeys Essay/speech

    Journeys Essay/speech

    I think that journeys are a really important aspects to all of our lives because they apply to everybody, once a journey starts you cant escape it, all journeys big and small can be unpredictable but all have a positive aspect of being a learning experience. Today’s speech will focus on imaginative journeys and how I have used three different perspectives to develop the concept of a journey. Imagination refers to a persons mind forming

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    Submitted: March 1, 2010 By: Max
  • Journeys That Open the Mind

    Journeys That Open the Mind

    “JOURNEYS THAT OPEN THE MIND” Traveling from city to city, country to country on a compelling, intriguing adventurous personal experience which can then lead to the stimulation of an imaginative or inner journey while overcoming many obstacles and challenges along the way. To receive the reward of any journey, you are challenged physically, emotionally and intellectually. As this quote states ‘If all difficulties were known at the outset of a long journey, most of us

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    Submitted: January 28, 2010 By: Mike
  • Joy Luck Club

    Joy Luck Club

    Growing Up In A New World “'Then I wish I wasn’t your daughter. I wish you weren’t my mother,’ I shouted.” “'Too late change this,’ said my mother shrilly.” “'Then I wish I’d never been born!’ I shouted. 'I wish I were dead!’” (p. 153) In the novel, The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, many conflicts arise between the mothers and their daughters. Problems arise from the high expectations from Chinese mothers, the mothers’

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    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Mike
  • Joy Luck Club

    Joy Luck Club

    Joy Luck Club The Joy Luck Club, by Amy Tan, is a portrayal of four Chinese women and the lives of their children in the United States. The book discusses the conflicting cultures between the United States and China, and how men treat women throughout their lives. In the United States we usually take for granted their roles as a male or female. The culture of each country shapes the treatment one receives based on

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    Submitted: February 6, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Joy Luck Club and Chinese Discourse Styles

    Joy Luck Club and Chinese Discourse Styles

    Chinese Discourse Styles in The Joy-Luck Club The movie, The Joy Luck Club, written by Amy Tan, features many of the traditional Chinese literature discourse styles. Chinese symbolism, physical and philosophical development of stories, juxtaposed complements, among the many Chinese styles of writing, encompass the screen play of The Joy-Luck Club. The swan’s feather, introduces the viewer to the importance of symbolism in Chinese culture. This feather represents “hope” and “good luck” in the film.

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    Submitted: February 21, 2010 By: Anna
  • Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

    Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

    What I have learned about the Chinese culture by reading ‘The Joy Luck Club’ is a strong sense of tradition and devotion they have for their country. In China, tradition is an overwhelming part of the society and the life of its citizens. It is a hard concept for Chinese immigrants to become Americanized because of there rich and strict traditions however, Suyuan Woo wanted another chance to have a rich and bright future. When

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    Submitted: February 18, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Joyce Carol Oates

    Joyce Carol Oates

    It is almost disheartening to watch a child’s loss of innocence as it grows into adolescence. To know this is to observe as a child discovers that Santa Claus and the Easter bunny aren’t real, or for a parent to watch as their son or daughter make life changing decisions. Decisions like which colleges to go to, or to decide to marry their high school sweet heart. A teenager’s loss of innocence is the focal

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    Submitted: May 26, 2010 By: Vika
  • Joyce Eveline

    Joyce Eveline

    Eveline loves her father but is fearful of him. She tries to hold onto good memories of her father, thinking “sometimes he could be very nice (Joyce 5),” but has seen what her father has done to her siblings when he would “hunt them in out of the field with his blackthorn stick (Joyce 4).” As of late she has begun to feel “herself in danger of her father’s violence (Joyce 4).” Ironically, her father

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    Submitted: April 1, 2010 By: Mike
  • Joyful Noise

    Joyful Noise

    Poetry has a very important place in literature, enhancing a students’ development of literacy. It is a piece of literature that can be enjoyed by students and children off all ages. The poems in Joyful Noise focus on the life of 14 different insects; how their life began, what they do through their life, how long they live, and how they die. Each poem gives the reader a sense of what the insects are going

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    Submitted: January 25, 2010 By: Jack
  • Jp Morgan Chase Sued for Flooded Home

    Jp Morgan Chase Sued for Flooded Home

    Connelly Kayla Connelly Proffer childress ENGL 1301 October 1, 2017 Title: JP Morgan Chase sued for flooded home. After going through hurricane Harvey and watching the catastrophe slowly unfold over the mist of five days. JP Morgan Chase not only lost some of their employees’ homes and vehicles. JP Morgan Chase lost their own branched located all around the metropolitan Houston area. Now they are being sued by local Kingwood homeowner, Deola Ali, for a

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    Submitted: November 30, 2017 By: Kayla Connelly
  • Jude the Shallow

    Jude the Shallow

    JUDE THE SHALLOW “You cannot cast away your stone. It is yourself. You cannot evade it and its responsibilities by resigning or remaining absent from the Brotherhood in which you first acquired the stone. Once a Masons, always a mason: in this world and the other world to come. You stand solemnly and eternally covenanted, not only to yourself and your brother hood, but to the Eternal sacred Law, to proceed with your Masonic work

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    Submitted: December 2, 2009 By: Top
  • Judement Day

    Judement Day

    Nearly two millennia ago the disciples of Jesus of Nazareth asked him a question that has intrigued people ever since: "What shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?" (Matthew 24:3, King James Version). People in every generation since have wondered about this. A common question that plagues the human race is “Will the world literally end?” If so, how? Why? And when? It is almost inevitable that the

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    Submitted: March 6, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Judge Cortez

    Judge Cortez

    As a new chief judge the first issue must be with the judges themselves. Each of the judges must be aware that there are no favorites and everyone will be held accountable for their actions even the chief judge. The judges must be aware that they control the morale within the courthouse and if their actions deter a good working environment or keep the courthouse from functioning in a positive manner then the problem will

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Jon
  • Judge Pyncheon

    Judge Pyncheon

    The way a story is told is completely different depending on the narrator because of their point of view. An example of this incident is in the passage from Nathaniel HawthorneЎЇs The House of the Seven Gables. The sarcastic way that the character Judge Pyncheon is revealed through the narrator is distinguished through the narratorЎЇs (not the authorЎЇs) style of writing including tone, selection of detail, and syntax. The tone of this passage goes

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    Submitted: November 15, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Judgmental Behavior

    Judgmental Behavior

    Judgmental Behavior Judging a person is very common in today’s society. People everyday, judge one another, whether it is judging another’s appearance, which is the most common, or judging the way one behaves, everyone is guilty of it. However, in most cases one is making judgments about someone without even knowing a person at all. It is wrong to judge someone because one can really hurt another’s feelings, or it may backfire on them, and

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    Submitted: February 12, 2010 By: David
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer: Understanding a Writer

    Judith Ortiz Cofer: Understanding a Writer

    Judith Ortiz Cofer: Understanding a Writer Judith Ortнz Cofer was born in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico in 1952. She was raised on the island and in Paterson, New Jersey, before her family finally settled in Augusta, Georgia. She received her B.A. in English from Augusta College in 1974, and her M.A. in English from Florida Atlantic University, and did graduate school at Oxford University in 1977 (Judith). Her collections of poetry include The Year of Our

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Judith Wright Context

    Judith Wright Context

    When reading poetry, it is often vital to have an awareness of its context. Particularly in the works of Judith Wright, it is important to have a familiarity with her life and also some knowledge of Australian during her time. Without an understanding of the context, poems such as “Woman to Man” and “Bora Ring” could be challenging when considering what they are reflecting on. However other poems such as “Rainforest”, do not require such

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    Submitted: March 6, 2010 By: Mike
  • Juggling College

    Juggling College

    Juggling College While students are attending college they encounter a lot of activities and responsibility. They have to juggle there time with fun, work and school. It seems like there is never enough time. First you have to have fun, and enjoy life. But in order to pay your tab at the bar, you have to work. School is mixed up in between all of that. You have to find time for school. So

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    Submitted: November 15, 2009 By: Wendy
  • Juk

    Juk

    Even though Sandy Saddler and Beau Jack, and Mario Maio were much different, there was one important thing that they shared in common: they took pride in what they did. It started accumulating day by day without them noticing it. This process was called building a distance. The more you did it, the longer, and the more sophisticated your distance would be. In Rotella’s story, “distance” simply meant the measurement of how far one had

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    Submitted: December 31, 2009 By: Janna
  • Jules Verne

    Jules Verne

    ARP-I Jules Verne pioneered the science fiction genre. He developed a vocabulary that would enhance his “novel of science” in 65 volumes, of which the most famous are Five Weeks in a Balloon (1862) Voyage to the Center of the Earth, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, Around the World in Eighty Days, and Mysterious Island. These novels also provided Verne with the opportunity to engage in social criticism concerning, for example, the abuses of

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    Submitted: December 15, 2009 By: Stenly
  • Julia Gillard Misogyny Speech Analysis

    Julia Gillard Misogyny Speech Analysis

    Filippa Törnkvist English, MYP5 Mr.Steadman Word count: 1349 3/3-2014 Misogyny speech analysis The misogyny speech was delivered by Julia Gillard, Australia’s Prime Minister on the 9th of October in 2012. The speech is a response to the sexism that Tony Abbott, the leader of opposition has expressed under his time as a minister and in his earlier years. He is not the first man in the parliament that has expressed sexist thoughts and Julia Gillard

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    Submitted: January 27, 2016 By: filippatornkvist
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