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  • The Two Towns of Jasper

    The Two Towns of Jasper

    Race in America: Is it really such a problem now as it was so many years ago? I think my generation of young adults is reaping the 1st benefits of a “racist free” society, and I put racist free society in quotations because our society may never truly be without some form of racism because I believe that hate for another race or culture is seeded in our youth at a very early age, and

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    Submitted: December 25, 2009 By: Fonta
  • The Tyger - Blake

    The Tyger - Blake

    Blake’s legendary poem “The Tyger” is deceivingly straightforward. Though Blake uses “vividly simple language” (Hirsch, 244), the poem requires a deeper understanding from the reader. There are many misconceptions concerning the symbols in “The Tyger” (specifically the tiger itself). This often leads to confusion concerning the underlying message of the poem. Compared to Blake’s “meek” and “mild” lamb, the tiger is hard to accept. It is a symbol for that which people fear. For some,

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    Submitted: June 9, 2010 By: Max
  • The Tyger Ana Melching

    The Tyger Ana Melching

    “The Tyger” Ana Melching 5-8-99 Does god create both gentle and fearful creatures? If he does what right does he have? Both of these rhetorical questions are asked by William Blake in his poem “The Tyger.” The poem takes the reader on a journey of faith, questioning god and his nature. The poem completes a cycle of questioning the creator of the tyger, discussing how it could have been created, and then returns to

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    Submitted: November 28, 2009 By: Mike
  • The Tyger by William Blake

    The Tyger by William Blake

    "The Tyger" Ana Melching 5-8-99 Does god create both gentle and fearful creatures? If he does what right does he have? Both of these rhetorical questions are asked by William Blake in his poem "The Tyger." The poem takes the reader on a journey of faith, questioning god and his nature. The poem completes a cycle of questioning the creator of the tyger, discussing how it could have been created, and then returns to questioning

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    Submitted: March 19, 2009 By: Fatih
  • The Types of Cooks

    The Types of Cooks

    Food, according to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language Third Edition, is a material usually of plant or animal origin that contains essential body nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals and is ingested by an organism to produce energy, stimulate growth, and maintain life. Food is essential. Everybody sees, smells, and tastes food. Once “bah-duh-bop-bop-bah” is heard, your stomach might react and become unsteady as you feel hungrier than Barney

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    Submitted: December 14, 2009 By: Stenly
  • The Ugly Truth About Beauty by Dave Barry

    The Ugly Truth About Beauty by Dave Barry

    The ugly truth about beauty by Dave Barry, what does the title of the essay tell the reader? Does it tell the reader that behind every beauty there is a truth called “ugly?” Our images of personal attractiveness are influenced by T.V. commercials and magazine advertisements. Are there any physical traits in men or women identify them as attractive? The ugly truth about beauty is comparison-contrast type of writing. First, this essay talks about

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    Submitted: April 8, 2010 By: Mike
  • The Ultimate Threat to Effective Communication

    The Ultimate Threat to Effective Communication

    The Ultimate Threat to Effective Communication We hear and read doublespeak every day, but what, exactly, is doublespeak? Webster's dictionary defines doublespeak with these words: evasive, ambiguous, pretentious language intended to deceive or confuse. In his essay “The World of Doublespeak”, William Lutz notes that doublespeak is not an accident or a “slip of the tongue”. Instead, it is a deliberate, calculated misuse of language. Nearly everyone uses it and we see it everywhere. As

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    Submitted: February 17, 2010 By: Artur
  • The Ultimate Zen

    The Ultimate Zen

    The one problem with something being lost is the feeling one has for the object once it is gone. That felling of need and longing just creates pain. One could get rid of pain and loss if one could detach one’s self from these tokens. All emotional pain and suffering could be obliterated if one could think of all things, even people, as just things that come and go. This is not an excuse not

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    Submitted: April 16, 2010 By: David
  • The Unanswered Question of Masculinity

    The Unanswered Question of Masculinity

    Gender is a very strange topic in today’s society. Many people don’t know what to do with people who are transvestites or transsexuals and they often times hate them because they are different. People always think that there can only be two types of gender: masculine and feminine. People also feel that these genders most always correspond to a person’s sex. So if the person is a male, then most people wouldn’t accept that person

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    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Victor
  • The Unbelievable Feelings in Anton Chekhov’s the Bear

    The Unbelievable Feelings in Anton Chekhov’s the Bear

    The Unbelievable feelings in Anton Chekhov’s “The Bear” “The Bear,” which is a classic one-act play written 1900, is one of the great works of Anton Chekhov, which is very much about a widowed woman. The Bear can be regarded as a comedy since it is to give the audience entertainment and amusement. This comedy reveals the fine line between anger and passion. The theme is about a strange beginning of love between Mrs. Popov

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    Submitted: February 8, 2010 By: Jessica
  • The Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad

    The Underground Railroad In the United States, slavery began during the early colonial years, in the early 1600s, and lasted until the mid 1860s. It lasted almost two hundred and fifty years. Slavery was a divided issue in the 1800's. Slaves were considered property, like cows and sheep, or like the furniture in someone's house. They could be bought and sold just like other property. Most slaves suffered a great deal. They did not

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    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Anna
  • The Underlying Themes of the Yellow Wallpaper

    The Underlying Themes of the Yellow Wallpaper

    In Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story The Yellow Wallpaper, the female protagonist veers from the majority of patriarchal societies because of her distinct feelings of frustration, alienation, and emotional and creative repression within this social formation. Ultimately, in order to escape this early twentieth century state of mind, the female protagonist goes insane. However tragic this may appear on the surface, the suggestion of deliverance from her restricted environment is one of freedom of the

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    Submitted: January 25, 2010 By: July
  • The Understanding of Characters Through Relationships

    The Understanding of Characters Through Relationships

    The Understanding of Characters Through Relationships Relationships create strong holds in novels. They give a sense of what to base a character's acts and decision's on. Through how the author uses their tone and descriptions, relating to relationships, a sense of characterization can be developed. "Anna Karenina", by Leo Tolstoy, translated by Joel Carmichael, and "Chronicle of a Death Foretold", by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, translated by Gregory Rabassa, are no exception to this clause. Relationships

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    Submitted: January 18, 2010 By: David
  • The Unequivocal Truth of the Holocaust

    The Unequivocal Truth of the Holocaust

    Visiting Anne Frank’s house in Amsterdam, I witnessed the way Jewish people had to live during the time of the Holocaust, many of them not seeing the sun for days, and hiding in secret passages of their home. I was completely awestruck at the extremes that the Jews went to escape the terrors of the Holocaust. If you have gone to Washington D.C. and visited the Holocaust Museum, you may think you can conceptualize

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    Submitted: January 22, 2010 By: Venidikt
  • The Unethical Business Practices Performed By

    The Unethical Business Practices Performed By

    Coors beer, a household name in the beer industry, is produced by the Adolph Coors Brewing Company which is based in Golden Colorado. Exactly how big is the Adolph Coors Brewing Company? As of 2001, the company ranked number three in beer sales, expanded into all 50 states. Currently Coors is the world’s largest, single-site brewery. However, behind this imagery is a long history of discrimination, anti-labor policies, human rights violations and environmental ruin. The

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    Submitted: April 7, 2010 By: Kevin
  • The Unexpected Symbolic Outcome of “the Lottery”

    The Unexpected Symbolic Outcome of “the Lottery”

    The Unexpected Symbolic Outcome of “The Lottery” Violence and human cruelty are two horrible things that occurred a long time ago and continue to be an ongoing issue in our society today. Everyone has either experienced, been apart of, or witnessed these awful acts at least once in their lifetime. Author Shirley Jackson coveys both violence and human cruelty in her well known short story “The Lottery”. “Jackson’s The Lottery” states, “The date of the

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    Submitted: November 21, 2009 By: Jessica
  • The Unforgettable Trip

    The Unforgettable Trip

    /06 The Unforgettable Trip Just imagine losing the one person in this world that meant the most to you. This is what happened to my aunt Anne Payne. On the morning of September 11, all of her worst fears were realized. She been going about her day like any other; going on her morning walk, and then stopping by her local coffee store and picking up a cup of coffee for the walk back. When

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    Submitted: November 22, 2009 By: Stenly
  • The Unhealthy Role of Two Dads

    The Unhealthy Role of Two Dads

    Sylvia Plath’s poem “Daddy” and Regina Barreca’s poem “Nighttime Fires” are both being told by young women looking back at their early childhood years. Both poems involve the relationship between a father and his child. Plath’s poem explores the relationship of a dominating father and his daughter; and her struggle to break free from those memories and the ties that are keeping her bound. Barreca’s poem is also about a father and daughter, but

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    Submitted: December 17, 2009 By: Wendy
  • The Unheard Cry

    The Unheard Cry

    The Unheard Cry In the October 24th, 2005 issue of Newsweek Magazine, the article “The Value of The Outsider” written by columnist Anna Quindlen, illuminates the significance of women in positions of power in the United States and laments the lack of more women in charge. However, discrimination in America is not just aimed against women; it targets all minority citizens. Mexicans, Blacks, along with Asian-Americans feel the Brunt of prejudice in America. Acts of

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    Submitted: March 7, 2010 By: Vika
  • The United Nations Is an Important International Organization

    The United Nations Is an Important International Organization

    “The United Nations is an important international organization.” The United Nations is one of the most important international organizations in the world. The United Nations has a long history and is set up to operate in an ideal and fair manner. Peacekeeping is one of the prime tasks of the United Nations. Moreover, The United Nations has completed a great deal of humanitarian work throughout the World. The United Nations has a long history and

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    Essay Length: 354 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 20, 2010 By: Mikki
  • The Universal Question of Four Universal Dramas

    The Universal Question of Four Universal Dramas

    The dramas about to be discussed are world renowned as some of the best literature masterpieces on “Earth, the Universe, the mind of god.” The four dramas: King Lear, Oedipus, A Doll's House, and Our Town are completely different in almost all aspects in a literature sense. The story of each, dealing with different time eras, different settings, different writing styles, and almost completely different family situations; stretching from kings and queens, to store clerks

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    Submitted: December 27, 2009 By: Kevin
  • The University Wits

    The University Wits

    THE UNIVERSITY WITS: The growing popularity and diversity of the drama, its secularization, and the growth of a class of writers who were not members of holy orders led in the 16th century to a new literary phenomenon, the secular professional playwright. The first to exploit this situation was a group of writers known as the University Wits, young men who had graduated at Oxford or Cambridge with no patrons to sponsor their literary efforts

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    Submitted: February 6, 2010 By: Steve
  • The Unknown Citizen

    The Unknown Citizen

    "The Unknown Citizen" is an occasional poem. That is to say, it is a poem written to mark a specific occasion or event. The occasion is indicated in the lines contained in parenthesis that precede the body of the poem. As these lines indicate, the poem is a written monument that functions like a cenotaph: it commemorates a fallen man whose identity is unknown. However, unlike the soldier who falls in a battle of war,

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    Submitted: January 26, 2010 By: Yan
  • The Unknown Citizen by W.H. Auden

    The Unknown Citizen by W.H. Auden

    The Unknown Citizen “The Unknown Citizen” by W.H. Auden, is a commentary on government and the materialism of modern man. The poem is written in the form of an obituary inscribed on a monument built by the government in commemoration of an average, upstanding, and decent community member. Throughout the passage, the speaker lists facts about the citizen’s life which he believes prove that the deceased was a valuable person. In actuality these facts represent

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    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Janna
  • The Unlikely: How Writers Make Readers Believe the Impossible

    The Unlikely: How Writers Make Readers Believe the Impossible

    The Unlikely: How Writers make Readers Believe the Impossible The human race has always been interested in the unknown and the supernatural. From stories of vampires, ghost, or any story of improbabilities, people seem to be drawn to their mystical aspects; some might even believe in them while others remain sceptical. Writers can make their audience believe their fables because it is hard to know for a fact that their story is true or not.

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    Submitted: February 9, 2010 By: Kevin
  • The Unraveling Truth Behind ‘the Tell Tale Heart’

    The Unraveling Truth Behind ‘the Tell Tale Heart’

    The Unraveling Truth Behind ‘The Tell Tale Heart’ The twisted story of “The Tell Tale Heart”, by Edgar Allan Poe, is centered around a man’s madness. This short story takes place in the mid 1800’s within an old home of an elderly man and a companion. Within this story, Edgar Allan Poe incorporates various stylistic devices and creativity in order to intrigue the audience. Through the use of symbolism as well as visual and

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    Submitted: November 6, 2017 By: Angelique Alexelis
  • The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliot

    The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliot

    The Upper Class and Miss Anne Elliott Jane Austen, it appears, seems to be saddened by the decay of England's aristocratic social order. The study of her main character, Anne Elliot, and her innocent yet intelligent-like persona take her readers further into the core of her foundation of ethics, and the relation of these to the daunting traditions of her immediate family and surrounding social circle gives the reader a fresh look at the importance

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    Submitted: February 10, 2010 By: Mikki
  • The Urban Dream Is No Fun

    The Urban Dream Is No Fun

    The Urban Dream is No Fun. The lengths that people will go to, to reach the epitome of the urban dream are unhealthy. In the novella, No Fun by Annabel Lyon, Kate and Liam Cleary struggle to maintain the appearance of being a normal family during a difficult situation. No Fun exposes the fragility of Kate and LiamЃfs urban dream; when faced with the possibility that they could lose all they have worked for, they

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    Submitted: November 26, 2009 By: Fonta
  • The Us Needs to Leave Iraq

    The Us Needs to Leave Iraq

    The United States is in a tough situation. This country has gone to war without the UN’s approval, and now has more casualties than when the war ‘officially’ ended. Now, the war could cost taxpayers $87 billion dollars, and more if the war drags on. The situation is at the critical point. If the Bush Administration does not leave Iraq, we will lose thousands of troops, spend billions sending more troops to Iraq, and we

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    Submitted: November 25, 2009 By: Fatih
  • The Use of Allegories in Lord of the Flies

    The Use of Allegories in Lord of the Flies

    The Use of Allegories in "Lord of the Flies" Summary: Essay describes the use of allegories in "The Lord of the Flies." ________________________________________ Microcosm, as defined by the Encarta World English Dictionary, is a miniature copy of something, especially when it represents or stands for a larger whole. Microcosms are used in many works of literature. A prime example of this is in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell, in which a group of

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    Essay Length: 2,693 Words / 11 Pages
    Submitted: December 24, 2009 By: Monika
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