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testy, I clean up those messy littlefingers thanking God for little blessings.The sun is rising, and we awake;"Hurry, Mommy - Hurry, Mommy - It's time to get up and skate!Please take us to the park and play with us outside.We will be good, we promise, and fill your heart with pride."My children, you are wonderful, and today I will take off - Not from acorporate job - just from being a cleaning shop.It took me three years to figure it out,and now I share with you;those messy little fingersare the best things God's ever given to you.GrandmothersGrandmothers are mothers who are grand,Restoring the sense that our most precious thingsAre those that do not change much over time.No love of childhood is more sublime,Demanding little, giving on demand,More inclined than most to grant the wingsOn which we fly off to enchanted lands.Though grandmothers must serve as second mothers,Helping out with young and restless hearts,Each has all the patience wisdom brings,Remembering our passions more than others,Soothing us with old and well-honed arts.
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that week at camp, I probably wouldn’t have had the courage to run for Secretary that upcoming school year.
I also attended camp in 2013 as a Level 2 camper. My second year at camp didn’t focus so much on teamwork, but more on my own potential, not only in Student Council, but in all aspects of my life. I learned that I alone have the power to make a difference. Level 2 really encouraged me to take risks, and that if I was passionate about something then I could make it happen. All in all, Level 2 showed me that I am capable of accomplishing amazing things, and that I shouldn’t be afraid to try new ideas.
All the people I have met through MASC and all the events I have participated in have inspired me in so many aspects of my life and encouraged me to continually try to better myself as a person and as a leader.
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What does Said mean by Orientalism? Discuss any aspect of Said's work Orientalism,that you find most appealing, and give your own insights on the issue.Said, and the meaning of Orientalism from his point of view do not really make any sense. He had many different points of view of Orientalism and he could not find only one way to describe Orientalism, he had many different definitions. There are many facts about this topic, especially for the term Orientalism and Orient, but usually are seen to be based on assumptions and undefined thoughts that Said and Western people had. What I am trying to say is that Said definitely had a strong argument
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Source: http://techzulu.com/five-things-to-consider-before-you-launch-your-fashion-brand-online/Five Things to Consider Before You Launch Your Fashion Brand OnlineAug 14, 2013 • Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Social Media, Startups • Arbia SmitiThe online market is a great place to launch a new fashion brand. It allows your products to be available to the international fashion market and an online launch can be done for much less money than opening a traditional brick and mortar store. However, the right e-commerce technology and marketing is necessary to get your brand the exposure it needs to be seen. Here are five things to consider before launching your fashion brand
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CheerleaderThe first image in one's mind is a female who walks around in a short skirt, with her pony tail bobbing from side to side, and a grin that is as phony as her attitude. An airhead whose only response is "Ready?", "Okay!"; whose only physical coordination involves clapping her hands and stomping her feet. Obviously, not considered the brightest crayon in the box, right? She is just a pretty decoration standing on the sidelines, more worried about breaking a sweat, than about her team winning the game. Yet, some cannot imagine her breaking a sweat because to them, cheerleading is not a sport. However, contrary to what many perceive it to be, cheerleading aids in leadership skills
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tenaciously onto his belief that the war was all but over, and he must start to plow his fields in readiness for the winter sowing. Life is continuous; life will go on.However, while in some ways Jim clings to the hope that life is indeed continuing outside the sphere of life that he has come to know, he also in a way hopes that life will remain still and stagnant. The novels three main characters, Ashley, Jim and Imogen are all opposed to the natural cycle of time in some way, yet Jim is more so than the others. In such a way, Malouf appears to be implying that humans cannot accept change and want to hang on to things just as they are at a particular point in time. This is evident when observing
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Analyzing the Frilm Ten Things I Hate About You
Analyse the first ten minutes of the film. How do the first ten
minutes give us information about the setting, characters and genre of
the film? How is it designed to appeal to the target audience?
The first ten minutes introduce us to all the main characters, and
give us an idea of their personality and role in the plot. It suggests
the plot to us, and gives a basic outline, without giving too much
away. It clearly demonstrates who its target audience is, and aims its
setting, language, humour and format accordingly.
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through their bad times and good. You wish someday, somehow, if only for a minute, you could be as great as them. A hero gives you something to live up to. But a hero is not perfect and therefore most always will do something that knocks them down a notch in your eyes. I thought long and hard about who my hero should be. There are plenty of people who I admire, but I admire them for all the wrong reasons. There are plenty of people who I wish I could be like, but once again I want to be like them for all the wrong reasons. To me, a hero is unrealistic. I strongly believe that the only hero one has is the one they find in themselves. I've never depended on anyone and never wanted to. I've
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There is nothing to admire in any member of the Simms. Do you agree?I think that this statement is too blunt. There are characteristics of everyone that we should admire. There is one obvious member of the Simms family that we can admire, Jeremy. While other members of the family we dislike due to them being racist. We seem to forget that these people were living in an unjust and unequal community. It was normal for white people to think that they were superior to black people, "that's the way of things." I'm not condoning racist behaviour in anyway, but I am saying that everyone has a good quality and even if they are weak and need to follow others this does not mean they wont have any
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Patrick obtains to
court Katherina is received from a side person called Joey. Joey pays
Patrick to date Katherina so that he has a chance to court Bianca. As
opposed to 'The Taming of the Shrew', in which the money had
originated from Katherina's dowry money.
Further more, as Patrick in '10 Things I Hate About You' continues to
develop a relationship with Katherina, he discovers he has fallen in
love with her in the end.
Patrick: 'They paid me to date this really great girl, but I stuffed
up. I fell for her.'
Patrick describes that even though he was initially paid to date
Katherina, the most important thing was that he truly did love her. In
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"The Taming Of The Shrew" and "10 Things I hate about you" are essentially about the same topic but the method of presentation is very different. How has the latter text of 10 Things drawn on the value system of the earlier text in order to express its ideas?TTOTS and 10 Things are essentially about the same topic but the method of presentation is very different. How has the latter text of 10 Things drawn on the value system of the earlier text in order to express its ideas?The process of transformation of Shakespeare's 15th Century "The Taming of the Shrew" to the 20th Century "Ten Things I Hate About You" has been dramatic but at the same time retained the essential ideas of the original
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This is an essay on the changes and developments of Katarina Stratford throughout the course of the filmOver the course of the film "Ten Things I Hate about You" both Katarina Stratford and Patrick Verona's characters have changed and developed due to the situations and experiences that both have been involved in. The conflicts experienced by Katarina Stratford have developed and affected both her judgement and her characters outlook on life.The main development of Kats character is her changing perceptions of men. Initially she is not interested in any relationship with any men at all. This is because of her one catastrophic past relationship with Joey the result of which is to make her
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A family of six traveling to Florida, is the main setting for Flannery O?Connor?s ?A Good Man is Hard to Find.? Almost to Florida, the path of Bailey?s family cross with the Misfit after an accident and lead to the whole family demise. Three causes of the family?s demise are Grandmother, Bailey and the Misfit.Grandmother was the one most would think lead to the family?s demise, but she was not alone. Grandmother did warn her son, Bailey to not go in the direction that the Misfit was traveling. It seemed to Bailey the only reason why she wanted to go a different way was so she could go to Tennessee, where she had wanted to go. In some ways, this was a compassionate move for the Grandmother
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What do you find most striking about the poem Kubla Khan?''Works of imagination should be written in very plain language; the more purely imaginative they are the more necessary it is to be plain.'' - Samuel Taylor Coleridge.In this essay I am going to discuss one of the most famous and very striking poem Kubla Khan which was written by Coleridge.The poem is about the nature of creativity. Coleridge describes the dome of pleasure which he sees in his dream while he is opium- induced. While he was sick, doctor prescribed a drug that made him drowsy. He could remember only couple of images, which he later developed into a beautiful poem. During his sleep
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fulfil. By Taming Kate, Shakespeare presents a message of social order. Although Kate started as a 'shrew' we see a final submission of acceptance of the patriarchal system in her final speech. " And place your hands below your husband's foot. In token of which duty, if he please, my hand is ready, may it do him ease." Shakespeare has chosen to use submissive tone connotations such as 'ease' and 'duty' as a reminder of the roles both females and males had In the era, which suggests patriarchy was accepted and unchallenged.As an appropriation, "10 Things I Hate About You" represents the same ideas, though they are altered to suit the time and context. Unlike the Elizabethan Era, males and
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questions or concerns do not hesitate to ask, the surgeon will answer all of your questions.
The surgery requires you to be put under a general anesthesia, which means you will be asleep. In addition to this after being sleep you will most likely be given additional medication to block the pain of surgery. The surgery will last approximately two hours. Following surgery will go to a recovery room for a few hours. When you are alert the surgeon will come in explain what was done, the extent of damage and what to expect over the next few days. You will then be released from the hospital and sent home. There is not an overnight stay required in most cases.
There are some risks during the
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INTRODUCTION1.Welcome to the American Revolution. Frustrations of colonial Americans in the early and mid part of the 18th century erupted into resentments, protests and finally open rebellion. The most dramatic of those frustrations are events worthy of illustrating the ignorance of British Rule. Those events with the greatest flair are: Stamp Act, The Boston Massacrepic (http://www.mce.k12tn.net/revolutionary_war/american_revolution.htmSTAMP ACT2. In March 1765 the English Parliament imposing the first direct tax on the American colonies, to offset the high costs of the British military organization in America, passes the Stamp Act. For the first time in the 150 year old history of the
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else. Ant student can find this out but still to grasp the actual truth about the value of change and the effects of it you need to get an in-depth look at our prescribed novel that will be able to project the feelings, emotions, outcomes and circumstances that surround why and how we change. Using the novel as our source of information, we can use the above ideas to determine how and why the viewpoint we are discussing is incorrect.In Things Fall Apart, unforeseen events caused the lives of Okonkwo and his family to change dramatically. At a burial, Okonkwo's gun exploded and a piece of iron pierced a sixteen year old boy's heart. From that moment, the only option open to Okonkwo was to flee
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"Is 10 things I hate about you an effective transformation which enriches the original text"In The Taming of the Shrew, there is a strong undercurrent of issues such as roles of women in society, appearance versus reality and the love of wealth which men have. Shakespeare portrays lively characters to depict these universal concepts and thus critiques the social conventions of patriarchal society. Gil Jugner has adapted 10 Things I Hate about You to further enrich and effectively transform the themes of which Shakespeare explored, although from a different approach as the context is updated to a more modern perspective helping the audience to relate and understand the concepts.Shakespeare
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changed the most since Shakespeare's time is the role of men and women. Today, generally, men and women are treated as equals. In actual fact, preconceptions based on gender are considered to be discrimination and can have severe consequences.Overall, this play is about masculine assertiveness, game-playing and masculine ideas. Shakespeare's brilliant use of language is the key to the success of this play. Through Shakespeare's language, themes of love, power, status and deception are conveyed to the audience.There are many similarities between "The Taming of The Shrew" and "Ten Things I Hate About You". For example: The girl's last name is Stratford, making reference to Stratford-upon-Avon
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In "The Taming of the Shrew" by William Shakespeare, and "Ten things I hate about you", directed by Gil Junger, both contexts reflect the society of when each text was composed. When comparing these two texts and observing the themes, it is indisputable that these contexts have shown the similarity and differences of the values during the time, thus, it shows the evolution of society.Firstly, "The Taming of the shrew" suggests money to be a very important necessity of life during the time. It is a suitor's economic consideration which acts as a determinant to who marries whom. Both Bianca and Katherine are viewed upon by their suitors as "treasures". This is suggested by Petruchio's first
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pack will chase the animal down and either takes it down on the run or chase it until it tires out. Unlike many predators in the animal kingdom, wolves eat their prey alive. While wolves are known for their spine tingling howls, the howl is not the only way they communicate. “Wolf Language” so to speak, consists of many grunts, snarls, growls, yips, and whines. By the far, the most important way wolves communicate is their body language, which includes hunching, hair raising, stalking, tail wagging, and showing their teeth. A pack can roam up to twelve miles a day in the search for prey. Prey animals’ range anywhere from fish to elk. Because of the negative effect humans have on wolves
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room (I still have not gotten the smell completely out of the rug).After getting into the habit of locking my door every time I left the room, the relationship became more bearable. I learned to wear clothes that matched his fur (it is amazing how much he could shed). His care was, for the most part, entrusted to me. As the provider of the most exciting event in his life, feeding time, he learned to listen for my alarm clock, and make sure that the clock had done its job by jumping on top of me and licking my face (I have not been drowsy in the morning for years).Like most dogs, Gideon had to make a break for freedom at least once a year. While he spent the day happily playing with other dogs
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taming of Katherina, other than an extremely ambiguous reference to Petruchio depriving Kate of sleep when Patrick gently taps Kat on the cheeks to stop her from passing out when she was intoxicated, mostly because Patrick actually cared for her.Another reason for why Ten Things I Hate About You is an unsuccessful film is because there is minimal violence from the play as most of it has been excluded from the film because things such as beating your servants and hitting your younger sister would not be acceptable in todays society. Most violence in the film takes place by signposting with things such as rumours. As the film loses much violence from the play, the
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The course that I took this term on money and banking was of great value to me. It taught me some very important things. One of the most important things that I learned in this course was that the Federal Reserve is the best resource for information concerning the economy. Another important thing that I learned was that interest rates mean different things to different people. A third very important thing that I learned was how a financial crisis can start in the United States.
There is an abundance of information about our economy on the television newscasts, in the newspapers, and on the Internet. A lot this news is very confusing, particularly when one article contains information
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In other courses, we have learned about what a bond is. One of the most important things I learned in this class is what affects the supply and demand of bonds, which ultimately decides the price of a bond. Three main items determine the supply of bonds: the expected profitability of investment opportunities, the expected inflation and the government budget. The expected profitability of investment opportunities is important because companies issue bonds to raise money. If a company does not feel that they can make profitable investments with the money they would obtain from issuing a bond they are not going to want to incur the expense (the interest on the bond) and therefore are not
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productively working in the economy. I will focus broadly and say that the three most important things I learned in this course were about money & financial system itself, the institutions that fuel the system and the Central Banks.
Let’s start with what money is and what it does. Money is “anything that is generally accepted in payment for goods and services.” (Mishkin, 2010) Money needs to have value to the people within a society in order to fill this role. One of the primary roles of money is to be used as payment for goods or services; it also reflects value or price levels and retains value over time. Currency is the actual form of the “acceptable” money. Money that is made of a
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If I ever had three wishes that I could make to change my parents, I would never use them. The perfect parents are the ones I have now. Although there is no such thing as a perfect parent, there is such a thing as a good one. Maybe no one is perfect, though many of us wish we were! They understand me and know that at times it's best to let me decide what's right or wrong for me. They talk to me and they don't get mad at the things I say. They treat me most of the time as an adult. To be honest with you, I wouldn't want a parent that bought me everything I wanted, and did anything I wanted. There is such a thing as "too much of a good thing." Our parents have to raise us in a caring, loving
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strong family that was built may collapse under financial pressure. My father taught me that an education is a key element in a successful future, and he stressed to me many times his desire for me to have a college education. Without my father teaching me about values andsuccess, I never would have gone back to school at age twenty-five. While it was very difficult, my father supports me and will continue to do so.Everyone deserves to have someone in their life to look up to, whether it be a sibling, a grandparent, an aunt, or an uncle. this person can teach you many things in life. That is what my father did for me, and he continues to do that every time I see him. I know that every time my father comes to visit, he will provide me with more advice, a shoulder to cry on, or a friend to hug. It is for these many reasons that I admire my father so.
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When deciding on which non-profit organization to give resources to, a person must think of a number of questions that need to be answered in which to choose a certain one. The most pertinent of these questions is the one that asks which cause the person cares about the most. The problem, for a majority of the population, is that they just do not know what they truly care about. That is why the United Way is the best option for donations. The United way does not focus on one specific, but instead works for a variety of different causes focused on fixing some of the different problems inside of the United States. The United Way is an organization, which envisions a world where all
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The Taming of the Shrew and 10 Things I Hate About You both raise important issues through their themes, language and portrayal of characters. In doing so they each reflect the prevailing culture of the time they were composed.A modern audience has the opportunity to compare its society to those of the past, a prospect not offered to those of Elizabethan England. This allows a modern audience the ability to analyse views and opinions throughout history, draw appropriate conclusions about certain issues and in a manner of speaking, learn from their mistakes. It is through this ability to analyse societies of the past that appropriations of texts occur, as issues, themes and views are changed
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the race day, I covered my knee in pain-relieving gel and progressed to the starting point. For the first twelve miles I felt confident, but I found it difficult to increase pace due to the mass of runners in front of me. Forced to slow down, I contained the pain in my knee and continued to run at a comfortable pace. With about three miles to go, the pain became excruciating, yet I knew that I had a chance to place well. Many of my fellow runners had fallen back or dropped out of the race, sidelined by injuries, dehydration or exhaustion. I concentrated only on crossing the finish line. The crowd cheered me on with loud, good-natured support, erasing any concerns about my injury or knee
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The idea of an individual disregarding their own reputation is shown in the song 'Bad Reputation' written by Joan Jett. The individual demonstrates this concept by being untroubled by the thoughts and opinions of others, not doing things just to please others and being rebellious. This idea also runs through the play "Taming of The Shrew", written by William Shakespeare 1592, and the movie "10 Things I Hate About You", directed by Gil Junger 1999.To be an individual who disregards their own reputation, it is important to be untroubled by other people's opinions. The lyrics 'don't give a damn 'bout my reputation', is repeated in every verse of the song 'Bad Reputation'. This continuos
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In all seriousness, I’ve known this man for over twenty years and can say with authority that he genuinely does possess all those qualities I’ve just listed - plus quite a few others that I didn’t.
Let me add my good wishes to this wonderful couple, and let me say thank you most sincerely on behalf of the bridesmaids and myself for allowing us to play a part in your special day.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to raise your glasses one final time in toast to the bride and groom. To Karl and Maria!
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represent a virtuous quality, rather than a virtuous quality that is inherently feminine, as the Grimm brother version does with the quality of being “sweet.”
After defining the young girl as “sweet” in the Grimm version the mother gives the girl instructions to take cake and wine to the ailing grandmother. The instructions given by the mother are, “Mind your manners and give her my greetings. Behave yourself on the way, and do not leave the path, or your might fall down and break the glass [. . .]” (Grimm). The instructions given by the mother indicate that young girls are to carry about their business in a particular manner, to disobey means that they risk certain repercussions. Being “sweet
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Oberon and Titania are the King and Queen of the fairies respectively. They have fallen out over a 'changeling child'. A 'changeling' being a human baby that has been stolen into the fairy world and a weak fairy child was left in its place (protected from discovery by a fairy glamour spell that would render the image of the original baby over it). Oberon wants the child to become a soldier and Titania wants it to be her prince and rule with her. Their arguments cause changes to the mortal world, such as the weather changing suddenly to thunder storms as a result of their feuding. Oberon and Titania are two of the most important roles in the play and therefore their general presence onstage
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year.In July 1849 Governor Fitzgerald closed the Rottnest institution and transferred some prisoners to Perth. Eight prisoners remained on the Island, working for James Dempster to whom the Island was leased. Many of the buildings were plastered for protection at this time.Rottnest was proclaimed a penal establishment once more in 1855, with Vincent once again appointed Superintendent. A Chapel was built, and the boat shed and holding cell constructed. In 1864 the Government House was constructed as a summer residence for the Governor. Also in that year the Quod (slang for Prison) was constructed. Complaints about Vincent's abuse of prisoners were raised, and Vincent retired in 1867, to be
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they were dumped in a trench outside the city walls. There was a big difference between people who could afford to survive and those who didn't. Rome lived by this, to the extent that people were divided into two groups, two hills that divided the rich from the poor "the Palatine for winner and the Aventine for losers."Roman culture was not perfect at all. There were some actions that cannot be justified, but yet again there were those things that people were proud of. These are the things that really grabbed my attention. Whatever made a person proud of being a Roman was one of the things I enjoyed the most as I was reading the Rubicon. They took their republic as something to worship and
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OwensThe inability to overcome physical or emotional temptation flaws all humans to some extent, but what make an individual morally reprehensible? In O'Connor's story "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" she paints a complex and elegant answer to the question. Every character in the story has a physical impairment lending to the idea of outward deformities being metaphors for emotional inadequacy. Mr. Tom T. Shiflet lacks the most physically therefore craves the semblance of completeness, but during the process sacrificed moral fortitude. Chekov said, "In the sphere of psychology, details are also things" (2204). The general description does not give the full picture of Mr. Shiflet, but
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. We don't try to look at them we just see them. An interesting title for an interesting article about your favorite music group or an even that you attended steals your attention and just be reading the first few lines makes you want to keep on reading and reading. When I flip open the newspaper section, I immediately turn to the entertainment section knowing that there must be an article of amusement that will give me something to think and talk about. Same with the stories that we hear from friends. Gossip. You hear a bit of a story being told to another and you immediately jump in asking the questions "who? What?" These types of things get our attention and just the way we hear about it
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Flannery O'Connor's style of southern gothic writing, with her background of Christianity, collaborate for some controversial and unorthodox symbolism. In her short story The Life You Save May Be Your Own, O'Connor incorporates numerous symbols to emphasize her theme. O'Connor's use of symbolism filters into the names and traits of her characters, the dimensions of her setting, and the events of her plot.Mr. Shiftlet is a man who doesn't know what he wants. Throughout the story, his views on life vary from righteous to self-absorbed. In the beginning of the story, he preaches to mother Lucynell about the evil of the world, citing how doctors can cut out a human heart and still know nothing
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The atmosphere around the topic of euthanasia and assisted suicide are controversial and bring up images of frail and suffering people screaming for their lives to end. This leaves you with two choices: to listen and end their lives or to alleviate the pain till it is bearable using modern medicine. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the etymology of the word euthanasia derives from Greek, which means “The action of inducing a gentle and easy death.” With this definition in mind I will determine the pros and cons of assisted suicide and euthanasia by using Neil M. Gorsuch's “The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia” and Kathleen Foley's and Herbert Hendin's “The Case against
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During my interview of Marco at the police station I found that things had changed since Eddie had first come to see me. Apart from the fact that the were mixed emotions towards his actions that evening I found that Catherine had seemed to disown him. She said 'To hell with Eddie!' which shocked and saddened me; to find that for all the love and protection he had given her, she seemed not thankful for any of it. Marco's stubbornness to his cause - that old Italian trait of honour and revenge. We nearly couldn't persuade him that all we needed to get him out of there was his promise. I asked him several times and Catherine tried to explain the system, but he would not understand that the
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The United States today has too many issues to be covered and too many problems to solve, but as a full time student, if I were to have the power I may wish to have a better education policy in this country.Education basically is investment. Providing education is helping people acknowledged with the world around them, fitting them into the ever changing world, and most importantly getting them prepared for a career of a profession. A strong education for the society means a strong economy, and therefore a strong nation.For now public education in the States is processing consistently but college education is still somewhat unapproachable for some people. The world is changing rapidly, and
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9 Things You Probably Didn't Know About DreamingThere's a lot we still don't understand when it comes to sleep. We know certain changes occur in the brain, and we have a few guesses as to why, but even the experts only have theories about many aspects of sleep in general and dreaming in particular.Sleep has long been thought of as a way to process, sort and store the day's events, and more and more research is supporting that notion. Imagine the brain as a second gut, says Rubin Naiman, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist specializing in integrative sleep and dream medicine at the University of Arizona. "At night, the brain metaphorically swallows, digests and sifts through information, and
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, thatGreenpeace can save us, or that lady Di was a saint. It is not the best youcan do when you believe them. People know this, but mass media stillinfluences the lives of all of us.There are more and more things I could write about but you wanted meto mention only the ones that have influenced me the most. I think it isthese four which have influenced the .glasses. which have influencedme. And although you might think I am too young to advise you, youshould think about this:TAKE CARE ABOUT WHOSE GLASSES YOU LET CREATE YOUR GLASSES!
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. Stratford and the two main differences between the sisters. As the scene opens we see Kat getting accepted into an academic school, that will further her academic career. However as the scene progresses we view Bianca arriving home late after a drive in Joey's car, this quickly outlines the differences in both girls' personalities and social groups. Another scene in the film involves Michael introducing Cameron to both girls' describing Bianca as 'Way out of your league' and advising to 'Stay away from her' about Kat. This introductory affects how the viewers perceive the characters of both Kat and Bianca; it also illuminates how the girls' are perceived by others.During the film Bianca always
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The longest journey of a person is the journey inward, Dag Hammerskjvld.An inner journey is a powerful voyage of the mind, soul and spirit that impacts on all aspects of a persons life. Inner journeys provide personal, spiritual and intellectual growth and development. Experiences that allow personal development and growth will change the way that some aspects of life is viewed. Bianca and Katarina Stratford, main characters from "10 Things I Hate About You", Touchstone pictures, embark on inner explorations about love, what they want out of life and expectations placed upon them.10 things I hate about you easily engages its target audience, teenagers, through a genre of romantic comedy and
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Move Review of 10 Things I Hate About You
Katerina Stratford (Julie Stiles) takes no prisoners in her approach
to life. She lives a virtually un-materialistic life compared to her
little sister Bianca (Larissa Oleynik) who lives life as Daddy's
little princess and loves it. Only one thing stands in the way of
happiness for Bianca; the one rule that stands in her household, 'No
dating until they graduate'. For Bianca this is a penalty worse than
death but for the once popular Kat, it's not an issue. This is
because, according to her sister, Kat 'got bored' of being popular and
thus mutated into 'a particularly hideous breed of loser'.
All goes well
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The process of transformation of Shakespeare's 15th Century "The Taming of the Shrew" to the 20th Century "Ten Things I Hate About You" has been dramatic but at the same time retained the essential ideas of the original text. This means that while the original plot The Taming of The Shrew has been altered in 10 Things, the themes are still the same. Problems of human relationships and the importance of social structures are present in both texts. The characters of 10 Things may use the language of the 1990s and have modern day interests and occupations, but they depict similar types of people with the same traits as Shakespeare's characters. So while the setting of The Taming of the Shrew