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Once More to the Lake and The Ring of Time - ... He decides to take along his son along. One thing he does not remember are the tarred roads which, when returning, he noticed “the tar; it led to within half a mile of the shore…and that beyond any doubt that everything was as it always had been, the years were a mirage”(White, Once More to the Lake 1-2). White makes the man appear as a different character in comparison to the girl in “The Ring of Time” because “Once More to the Lake” is clearly explaining about the memoirs of an older man who is remembering his childhood experience of going to the lake, just by taking his son again....   [tags: Comparative, White] 1851 words
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Comparison of Once More to the Lake and The Grave - Comparison of Once More to the Lake and The Grave Authors often use details that evoke a response in readers to produce an effective description. Their aim is not simply to tell readers what something looks like but to show them. Katherine Anne Porter’s “The Grave” and E.B. White’s “Once More to the Lake” are essays that use subjective language to illustrate the principles of effective description. Porter’s “The Grave” describes a childish afternoon of rabbit hunting that brings death close enough to be seen and understood, while White’s “Once More tot he Lake” is a classic essay of persona; reminiscence in which he recreates the lakeside camp he visited with his son....   [tags: essays papers] 721 words
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Footsteps Of Time: Eb Whites Once More To The Lake - Dombroski 1 Lisa Dombroski Prof. Harrison English 101 18 September 2000 Footsteps of Time E.B. White's essay, Once More to the Lake demonstrate his own security in consistency from growing up on into adulthood. White begins to set the stage mid way through the first paragraph, mentioning that he and his father "returned [to the lake] summer after summer- always on August 1 for one month" followed up by the fact that "has since become a salt-water man," longing to one day return to the "holy spot." This trip back to the lake brings back a great deal of memories, as if there "[had] been no passage of time." It is on this trip that White begins to realize that his son seems to possess the same enthusiasm that he did when White was a boy....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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An Analysis of Frost's Poem Once by the Pacific - An Analysis of Frost's Poem Once by the Pacific Although "Once by the Pacific" is not one of Frost's most commercial poems, that does not mean that it is not one of his best. It appears quite obvious to me by one read through of the poem that it has an apocalyptic theme to it. Frost uses the first four lines of the poem to give us a mental image of how powerful the ocean water is: The shattered water made a misty din. Great waves looked over others coming in, And thought of doing something to the shore That water never did to land before....   [tags: Once by the Pacific Essays] 808 words
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Clear Lake - I looked ahead of myself, letting my feet do the work, for a moment. The trail seemed so distant and lengthy in front of me. The blue sky filled with scattered puffy, white like cotton clouds. The long grasses tickled at my legs, which were covered with nothing more than my shorts. My boyfriend and I were on our annual hike to Clear Lake. An obviously attractive name for a beautiful body of water. Clear Lake was an icy cold from the glacier run off but after a 2 day hike up a mountain ridge it always seemed enjoyable and refreshing....   [tags: essays research papers] 1276 words
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The Channel on Lake Winona - The Channel on Lake Winona There is a small town called Boulder that is located in the backcountry of Wyoming. This spot is one of my family’s favorite vacation sites. My grandparents have built a log cabin back there and we visit it every summer. Along with visiting my grandparents, we spend a week backpacking in the mountains of the Wind River Range. Back in this area there are tons of lakes to camp by and fish. However, in order to reach the first lake you have to hike an enormous seven miles, but we take the easy way out, we horseback ride in....   [tags: Lakes Personal Narratives Wyoming Essays] 1164 words
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The Reason Behind the Flooding of Great Salt Lake - The Reason Behind the Flooding of Great Salt Lake In Refuge, Terry Tempest Williams blames a natural disaster—the overflowing of the Great Salt Lake in Utah--for the destruction of the place she loved most in the world, the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. What Williams attempts to explain, however, is that this disaster wasn’t really “natural” at all. Refuge is critiqued by some for being over-dramatized, and Terry Tempest Williams is often criticized for blaming the world and others for the loss of the bird refuge....   [tags: Terry Williams Refuge Essays] 1381 words
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Traveling with Fuller and Thoreau - ... Their beliefs are closely linked with those of the Romantics.” (Britannica, online) This, in part, was Margaret Fuller, a woman whose personal views invite us to see a hopeful and romantic glimpse of a frontier. “...visiting the frontier to meditate on Schoener 3 the state of her own life and of life in America—both as they were and as she hoped they might become.” (Fuller, Intro). Like a “good” painting of the time, Fuller’s book seems to express a landscape that is graceful and orderly, “as if cultivated by God.” (Abrams class notes 1-25) This colorful offering, is in stark contrast to the imagery provided by Henry David Thoreau, in “Cape Cod.” Thoreau travels to Cape Cod, not intending to experience a “sentimental journey,” (CC p54) and not to reflect on the colorful flowers, but to revisit a place that continually challenged his intellect....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Summer on the Lake, Cape Cod] 1910 words
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What are the different forms of aid given by more economically - What are the different forms of aid given by more economically developed countries (MEDCs) to less economically developed countries (LEDCs). Explain how useful the aid is and evaluate why some aid is more successful than other aid. What are the different forms of aid given by more economically developed countries (MEDCs) to less economically developed countries (LEDCs). Explain how useful the aid is and evaluate why some aid is more successful than other aid. Hafiza Bhabha 11 JT =================== Aid many less developed countries (LEDCs) rely on aid....   [tags: Economics] 1695 words
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Life's Lessons in The Once and Future King - Life's Lessons in The Once and Future King "The best thing for being sad," replied Merlyn, beginning to puff and blow, "is to learn something. That's the only thing that never fails. You may grow old and trembling in your anatomies, you may lie awake at night listening to the disorder of your veins, you may miss your only love, you may see the world about you devastated by evil lunatics, or know your honor trampled in the sewers of baser minds. There is only one thing for it then -- to learn....   [tags: Once and Future King Essays] 1094 words
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Once - Once again football mania descends on the country as we root for our boys in Japan. Catch all things World Cup with our dedicated World Cup channel. Get the latest results direct to your mobile, keep up to date with news headlines and win fabulous prizes. And if World Cup isn't your thing, we've got a special World Cup antidote to see you through this difficult time... All this and much, much more with World Cup 2002 @ ntlworld. News (from News (from Ananova): Stephen Byers resigns Transport Secretary Stephen Byers has resigned....   [tags: essays research papers] 690 words
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Why the Ponds are Important in Crow Lake by Mary Lawson - Why the Ponds are Important in Crow Lake by Mary Lawson Crow Lake is Canadian author Mary Lawson's first novel,which is narrated by Kate Morrison, the second child in the Morrison family. A serious car accident left seven-year-old Kate, her one and half year old sister, Bo, and her two older brothers, Luke and Matt, orphans. Rather than live with relatives separately, they chose to live together and grow up. Luke and Matt made many sacrifices to support their family and they also got many helps from their community....   [tags: Mary Lawson Crow Lake] 1061 words
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Leadership in The Once and Future King - The Once and Future King     Leadership In The Once and Future King T.H. White conveys his personal thoughts on leadership through the help of Merlin, and Wart's transformations. Through each transformation Wart experiences different forms of power, each being a part of a whole idea on how a leader should act.  He must piece together these ideas for the definitive way he should rule as king.  In order to teach Wart,  Merlin transforms him into several different forms, a fish, hawk, ant, goose and a badger....   [tags: Once and Future King Essays] 972 words
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The Once and Future King - The Once and Future King The Once and Future King by T.H. White has a theme which consists of being true to yourself and your beliefs. Many characters and events in this book reinforce this idea and portray it as the main lesson. Readers are affected by learning important life-lessons throughout each chapter and book. Readers learn in the beginning that Arthur strongly believes in keeping his word. Even in Book I, when Arthur was a child, he refused to leave Hob's hawk, Cully, in the forest....   [tags: Once and Future King Essays] 441 words
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Crow Lake - ... In the prologue, Kate stated that “there is no image of my childhood that I carry with me more clearly than that” (Lawson 4). The ponds also symbolizes Kate’s childhood. Matt and Kate were able to overcome the tragedy of their parent’s death by visiting the ponds, but however, they did not survive Matt’s “disloyalty”. The ponds later developed into the scene of the crime. Kate mentions in the book “By the following September the ponds themselves would have been desecrated twice over, as far as I was concerned, and for some years after that I did not visit them at all” (Lawson 218)....   [tags: Character Analysis, Kate Morrison] 972 words
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The Lake - The Lake It was early July and my friend Chad and I decided to join his family at the lake. Chad’s family was already up at the lake, and had some extra room in the condo. So we figured, what the hell, we could go for some boating. Right. The lake the only about a two-hour drive away. We were driving in Chad’s father’s convertible sports car, so the drive was quite pleasant. We drove through twisting canyons and long straight roads going just slightly over the speed limit. We arrived at our destination at record-breaking time, which didn’t seem to make his parents too happy....   [tags: essays research papers] 705 words
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Lake Powell - Lake Powell The beauty of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah has been seen by the many who live here, and many others who come to visit. One of the central pieces of this beauty is man made product called Lake Powell. This lake was created in the 1950’s with the building of the Glen Canyon Dam. Glen Canyon then filled with water, making what is now a body of water that supplies power to 22 million people, and recreation which brings in over 500 million dollars per year. (Wilke) There are four reasons for this dam: the regulation of water flow to the Colorado River, supplying power to residents of the southwest, area water usage programs, and water sports recreation....   [tags: Nature Wildlife Ecology Essays]
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Once there Was a Village - The book, Once There Was a Village, written by Yuri Kapralov, is an autobiographical tale of his experiences living in the ethnically diverse East Village of New York City. The story takes place during the late 1960s and early 1970s and most of the events occur around Thompson Square Park-- the center of Alphabet City. Yuri Kapralov came to America after World War II, displaced from the Caucuses. He made the East Village home. In the book, he was adamant about what is the “East Village”. His description was west of Avenue A....   [tags: essays research papers] 1248 words
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Mono Lake - Mono Lake 1. Mono Lake Mono Lake is a unique body of water lying in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas. For decades its water sources were tapped by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP) to use for farming because the lake's high elevation would allow them to easily transport the water to the city and because the water was so saline, people believed it was worthless. The normal traits by which people judge lakes were lacking in Mono: fish could not survive in the salty water, the water was harsh to swim in because of the chemicals and salinity, the scenery was unlike other lakes because there were no trees....   [tags: Biology Science Papers]
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A Day at the Lake - A quaint aroma of pure harmony and happiness is abroad the marvelous lake designed by years of change. It is a therapeutic retreat hidden from the world we entertain. Soft winds caress your neck as one nears the out-lying woods that surround this satisfaction achieved dwelling. As soon as the beautiful trees with fall colors start to dispel their leaves, it is as if a blanket is covering the forest for a nice nap. There is a road with winding turns, telescopic mountain passageways, and marvelous tunnels to enter the lake....   [tags: Descriptive Essays, Descriptive, Observation] 661 words
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Gustafsen Lake - Gustafsen Lake. For centuries, the natives of Canada have been suffering damages through their land and themselves. Events such as Oka, Ipperwash, Lubican, and Gustafsen trails the racism and cruelty to the aboriginals. Land being usurped over for the use of natural supplies or accommodations, being killed and jailed for protecting their rights given bygone ago. Gustafsen Lake shows these attributes when the Secwepemc (Shuswap) was being raided by more than one-hundred RCMP officers for carrying out an ancient ritual that the sun dancers have done for more than a century....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Sir Thomas More And Utopia - Sir Thomas More and Utopia One of my favorite movies of all time is Ever After: A Cinderella Story. It is a 1998 film adaption of the fairy tale Cinderella and stars Drew Barrymore as the lead female character named Danielle de Barbarac. Danielle’s mother dies very early in her life and as a result Danielle and her father are very close. Her father remarries a baroness with two daughters. Shortly after, her father dies of a heart attack. Danielle now has very few possessions to call her own: a beautiful gown and slippers that had belonged to her mother, the loyalty of the manor's three remaining servants, and her father's copy of Utopia, by Thomas More....   [tags: Sir Thomas More] 1923 words
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Be More Chill - In the interesting novel Be More Chill, we go into the life of a typical nerd who like any other wishes to be cool and known among the popular kids. He's a tall scrawny boy with really bad dandruff and who sits quietly in class every day. Everyone talks around him thinking that he doesn't hear what he or she says and just ignores him but the truth is he hears every word. Especially a girl named Jenna who talks so much crap about her best friend to her other friend Anna. Whenever he gets made fun off in any way he has a sheet of paper in which he puts a tally next to the incident....   [tags: Be More Chill Ned Vizzini Book Review Summary] 1102 words
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Once in a While a Protest Poem - ... Although Axelrod establishes a connection to the reader, he is particular with his word choice, choosing words carefully to secure his meaning and idea of inclusion of those reading the papers and exclusion of those experiencing famine. A fine example of this would be his choice of the word “tit” instead of a kinder word like breast, then proceeding to adding appalling adjectives such as “dried-out” and “withered”(Axelrod 2, 5). The effect this word creates is dehumanization of those suffering, since “tit” often refers to the breast of an animal; making the anguish less relatable....   [tags: Literary Analysis, David Axelrod] 870 words
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It's Time to Drain Lake Powell - It's Time to Drain Lake Powell Many people know ‘Lake’ Powell as a fact of life. Since its creation in 1963, the reservoir, known as Lake Powell, is just there. Few people that are alive today have had the opportunity to see the true beauty of Glen Canyon, which rivals the Grand Canyon. Glen Canyon, equivalent to one hundred eighty river miles with dozens of side canyons, was flooded for the purpose of power and water resources. ‘Lake’ Powell also generates an enormous cash flow due to the tourism it receives....   [tags: Glen Canyon Dams Environmental Essays]
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Lake-Effect Snow Storms - Early this February the states surrounding the great lakes in the northeast were pounded by lake-effect snow storms. Some areas saw more than four feet of snow. These states are accustomed to lake-effect snow storms, but it has been some time since they last saw one of this magnitude. Some areas saw up to 140 inches in less than twelve days. The storm was accountable for 35 deaths. (msn.com 2007) States on the lee, or down wind, sides of the great lakes receive lake-effect snow every year. For some cities this can push the average snowfall up to 400 inches....   [tags: Great Lakes]
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Draining Lake Powell - Draining Lake Powell This paper explores the fight between draining Lake Powell and keeping it as is. It discusses the gains and the losses due to environmental, economical, and political issues. The bibliography uses sources from public interest publications, environmental organizations newsletters, and government publications to give many sides of the argument and many issues dealing with the subject matter. REFERENCES AND ANNOTATIONS Chattergee, Sumana. “Hill gives energy-water added money.” CQ Weekly 24 Oct....   [tags: Nature Environment Papers] 2471 words
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Cold Knap Lake - Cold Knap Lake This poem is about an incident from the poet's childhood. Cold Knap Lake is a real place near Barry in Glamorgan, South Wales. It is a Bronze Age burial site, and something of a local beauty spot. A little girl is drowned in the lake, or so it seems, but the poet's mother gives her the kiss of life, and her (the poet's) father takes the child home. The girl's parents are poor and beat her as a punishment. At this point, the poet wonders whether she, too, "was...there" and saw this (the beating, rather than the rescue) or not....   [tags: English Literature] 613 words
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Where Ceramics Once Thrived - Where Ceramics Once Thrived Watching a skilled ceramics artist shape a creation on the wheel is a thrilling experience. Under her or his hands, a spinning blob of mud grows into a work of art. It's not unusual, after witnessing such a display of virtuosity, for the audience to realize that the ware on their own kitchen shelves pales by comparison. So it's logical to ask: Is every thrown piece made the same way. By hand. Even the cheap stuff at home. Of course the answer is: No. Production ceramic ware comes from highly automated assembly lines....   [tags: essays research papers] 1346 words
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The Once And Future King - Wart and The Master Many people wish to be an animal if only for a day, just to see what it is like to be that animal. The obvious problem is that nobody knows how to turn himself into an animal. However, in T.H. White's Once and Future King, Wart has the opportunity to experience life as an animal because his tutor, Merlyn the magician, transforms him into many different animals. Of all the adventures, the most significant transformation to Wart's kingship occurs when he becomes a badger because the badger teaches Wart valuable lessons about human behavior....   [tags: essays research papers] 363 words
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once upon a midnight dreary - “Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary”, is one of the most famous poetry lines in America. Edgar Allan Poe had a life most people would think of as crazy. He wrote a famous poem called “The Raven” that is very strange like most of the poems he wrote. Edgar Allan Poe had a devastating childhood and a dark life as an adult. He was born January 19,1809, under the name of Edgar Poe. His father soon abandoned Poe and his fate is unknown. When Poe was two years old his mother died....   [tags: essays research papers] 565 words
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Living for Once - ... “A study conducted at three supermarket chains in Seattle, Washington has reported that high calorie foods are significantly cheaper than low calorie foods. The study, which was carried out by the University of Washington and covered 370 food items, found that low calorie foods have increased in price by almost 20% in the preceding two years. In contrast, high calorie food prices have decreased by around 2% over the same period.” When foods increase by such a drastic change, it discourages the modern consumer (i.e....   [tags: Health ]
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Into The Lake Of The Woods - ... John's depressing childhood and horrors of the My Lai incident eventually consumed him. John's childhood was rough because he had an abusive father which evidently, has scarred him in life. He got through it with magic, he would always practice it. Soon after John's father commits suicide; John feels a great loss, even though his father was very abusive. John can't completely deal with loss which leads him to create a new identity. A new identity that allows him to transcend his limited capabilities as John Wade and to kill without grief, a new identity that would make him magically powerful: like a sorcerer....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Tim O'Brian] 1203 words
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Sir Thomas More's A Man For All Seasons - Sir Thomas More's "A Man For All Seasons" A Man For All Seasons was written about Sir Thomas More and his relationship with the more powerful members of the country in the sixteenth century. It is a recreation of history, dramatised to enhance the experience. Written in the 1960's in a world coming out of global depression, a time of peace, love and drugs, it was a thorn amongst the rose coloured glasses. When people were used to a more relaxed establishment, with much more equality than the decades leading up to it, A Man For All Seasons confronted an immoral, strict and spineless monarch that was Henry VIII....   [tags: Sir Thomas More Man All Seasons Essays] 5332 words
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No More Homework! - Do you know the reason why every student dreads the last five minutes of class more than the other seventy. No. Well, it’s quite obvious really; this is the time when homework is assigned. So why does this simple 8-letter word fill us with dread. Simple, if there was ever a more disastrous invention than the American atomic bomb it was homework. This may be defined as work specifically created to be done in the home to keep students from enjoying life outside of school. Hence, I think that it should only be assigned by a teacher in the event that it is no longer possible for students to learn in the classroom....   [tags: argument, rhetorical, rhetoric] 759 words
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Beowulf Prepares for Battle Once Again - Beowulf Prepares for Battle Once Again The section in which Beowulf gets ready for another monster begins with Hrothgar informing him of Aeschere's death. The murder has been committed by Grendel's mother who comes to avenge her son's death. This is the proper thing for her to do in this society. Revenge was of great importance in Pagan society. It was the norm to avenge a murder, especially if no wergild was paid. Hrothgar offers Beowulf additional wealth if he can find and kill the female monster....   [tags: Epic of Beowulf Essays]
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Humor White's Once and Future King - Incomplete Essay Humor in Literature Humor is an element that authors use to captivate the reader into wanting to know more of the story. Humor lightens things up in a novel and gives it the feeling of not being boring and more easily related to what readers are used to seeing. T.H. White is taking the intellectual side of comedy and applying it to The Once and Future King. White uses his tone of dramatic irony to give the reader a sense of humor in a subject that isn’t typically humorous. Throughout the novel we know something that the characters do not, one of the bigger things being Wart’s future, becoming King Arthur....   [tags: T. H. White] 451 words
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Queen Guenever in The Once and Future King - In the novel The Once and Future King, by T.H. White, the character, Queen Guenever, is depicted as a confused and lost woman in an arranged marriage. She had an internal struggle with a shameful secret, an affair with the ugly knight, Lancelot. In the time of King Arthur, women were limited to what they could do, and what decisions they were able to make. She ultimately made some wrong choices in her life, which led to the disapproval from those around her. She was in her marriage by force and had no malicious intensions, but did what she felt she needed....   [tags: T.H. White] 1053 words
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The Lake Isle - The Lake Isle There comes a point in everybody's life when a thought of a getaway from the lives we live crosses our mind. For some it's just an image that pops up and quickly disappears with its unrealistic theme and others can't get it out of their mind, dwelling about it their whole life. Although, most people do think of an escape, they don't particularly know what they want. In his poem "The Lake Isle", Ezra Pound puts down on paper the simple things he longs for in life, revealing us the picture of the milieu he wants to escape to....   [tags: Papers] 391 words
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Fire in the Lake - Fire in the Lake By Gerard Chretien English:Vietnam 2002 Prof:Morgan Shulz Twenty-eight years after publication, and 25 after the war's end, Fire in the Lake remains one of the very best books on the Viet Nam war. Sadly, Americans are woefully ignorant of the rest of the world. We have little real knowledge of our own history; but for the rest of the world's history and culture, we have neither knowledge nor regard....   [tags: essays research papers] 445 words
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More on the - More on the "I": Lesch - Nyhan Disease and Choice These last few weeks of class we have been discussing the role of the "I" function in terms of sight, dreaming and choice. Many interesting points were raised about why the "I" function exists and what its role is in controlling behavior and regulating choice. My last paper touched on some of these ideas when looking at obsessive compulsive disorder and the role of the "I" (5). I would like to return to some of these ideas with the more extreme and complex example of the self mutilation experienced by sufferers of Lesch - Nyhan disease....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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The Effects of Mono Lake's Hydrology on its Ecosystem - The Effects of Mono Lake's Hydrology on its Ecosystem Situated at the foothills of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, Mono Lake has an unusual and unique hydrology that is highly influential in shaping the water chemistry (specifically the water's salinity and alkalinity) and biological life that survives there. Mono Lake is a hypersaline, highly alkaline, hydrographically closed basin in which the only natural means of water export is through evaporation. The basin itself was carved out by faulting of tectonic plates that occurred atleast 500,000 years ago....   [tags: Environment Biology Essays]
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How Lost Lake has Influenced My Life - How Lost Lake has Influenced My Life One day when I was five years old I recall my grandfather asking "Steve, why don't, you go with us to Minnesota next week?" My grandfather was a very important person to me, until he died in 1986. I spent every possible moment of my life either with him or thinking about him. Everything he loved, I loved, and vice-versa. Being bored with my present lifestyle in Peoria and excited about traveling with my grandfather, I took up his offer. After a day long car ride with my father, uncle, and grandparents, I arrived at the location that would forever influence and inspire my life: Lost Lake, Minnesota....   [tags: Observation Essays] 830 words
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Any Animal That Attacks a Human Should be Destroyed at Once - An animal that attacks a human being should not be abolished. In any type of case in law, you always have to have justification and be fair, why can’t animals have it. Most animals attack when we attack them, it might have even been an accident. In any law case, no matter high or low, you always have to have reasons for why or at least how it happened. You don’t just say to the lawyer, “That person harmed me, destroy that person at once.” You wouldn’t, would you. Animals have to be justified to our standards....   [tags: Animals Violence] 392 words
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Hack Me Once, Phreak Me Twice - Hack Me Once, Phreak Me Twice There are a few elite in our technology-driven world that possess the unnatural ability to understand and wield the power of computers. To the media they are known as hackers, threats to computer security everywhere. To the underground they are known as "console cowboys", samurais, and the last defenders of free information. To the common man they are young teenage boys that break your computer and ruin your e-mail. Hackers are not criminals or mischievous kids with no purpose....   [tags: Computers Technology Hacking Hackers Papers] 2278 words
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More Than Friends - ... This is the perfect example of having an extreme commitment to someone, because Antonio, despite Sebastian having told him not to go with him and knowing the danger awaiting him in Illyria, showed a great amount of dedication for that person. This proves an extremely uncharacteristically deep devotion, unprecedented in a rescuer-survivor relationship. Antonio says, “But jealousy what might befall your travel, /Being skilless in these parts; which to a stranger, /Unguided and unfriended, often proven/Rough and unhospitable” (3.3.8-11)....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Shakespeare] 1075 words
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Saint Thomas More - ... All of this was tearing him apart because ever since he was little he wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps but wanted a civil life and marry. Therefore he entered parliament in 1504 and married for the first time in 1505 to Jane Colt. The first act of Thomas in parliament was the urge to decrease the urge of appropriation of King Henry VII. King Henry wanted revenge so he imprisoned his father and didn’t release him till a fine was paid. Since this happened Thomas withdrew himself from everything he was doing until the king died and then he was once again active....   [tags: Biography]
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Guenever's Love Triangle - ... ‘Never show your face in it again, your evil, ugly, beastlike face,’” (395). Having his beloved say this to him causes him to lose it, leading him to jump out of the window. No one knew what happened to him. A couple of years later when Lancelot was living with Elaine, the mother of his child, and his son, Galahad, Guenever wanted him back. “If the Queen is sorry for what she has done, whatever it was, you ought to behave generously and forgive her” (416). Guenever thinks that he is a puppet in her hands and that she can pull his strings and make him do whatever she wants....   [tags: Literary Analysis, The Once and Future King ] 1125 words
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The Adventures at Hyco Lake - The Adventures at Hyco Lake There is no better feeling in this world than to be outdoors with nature, especially when there are numerous activities to dabble in. Often times people take for granted the sentimental value that they can experience by simply walking through a park. God created the Earth to be beautiful and peaceful, and people need to keep it that way. I have always shared a love of the outdoors with my dad and my brother. We have gone on numerous camping, hiking, fishing, and star-gazing trips ever since I can remember....   [tags: Personal Narrative Nature Green Ecology] 1342 words
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The One and Future King - The One and Future King In The One and Future King by T.H. White the main character, Arthur, learns many important lessons. He is taught many of these lessons by animals. For instance, he learns that "might is right" (White 47) from a fish (which turns out to be false), that ants live dictated lives devoted to war (121), that owls only kill another animal if they are starving (69), and a badger teaches him the story of man's creation (168). One of the most important lessons Arthur learns is from a goose, who tells him of a perfect society....   [tags: Once and Future King Essays] 361 words
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Struggling Back From War’s Once-Deadly Wounds - Denise Grady’s (2006) article sound a strong wake up call for the American government and for the American public to re-evaluate their guiding principles towards war in Iraq and the continued presence of the American soldiers in the Iraqi soil. Grady delineated the enormous damages the war had costs in not only monetary terms but also the future of thousands of promising young and talented men and women sent in the Iraq War; that had no clear benefits to them or the American people. The story of Jason Poole as presented by Grady is a clear picture of the ravage of the potentials of soldiers in the face of war, and the wrong priorities of the American government in spending billions of dollars for the war that have no clear advantage for them or the American people, that is worth dying for....   [tags: Denise Grady] 1049 words
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Sir Thomas More - “The world’s battlefields have been in the heart chiefly; more heroism has been displayed in the household and the closet, than on the most memorable battlefields in history.” – Henry Ward Beecher Whether or not the statement by Henry Beecher is true, it is certainly well put when spoken in the context of martyr Sir Thomas More. This paper contrasts and classifies Sir Thomas More as a unique hero, when compared to society’s typical, Beowulf-Romeo style heroes. It is doubtful that Thomas More, as a grown man, was ever engaged in a physical confrontation of his choosing, and except for his faithful and loving wife, had any romantic escapades....   [tags: essays research papers] 459 words
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Providing More Jobs - Providing More Jobs More schooling will provide more jobs. If the government decides that pre-school is a requirement for children, there will automatically be an increase in the need for teachers. The increase in the number of classrooms will mean more jobs for the unemployed. “Good child care depends on having enough qualified people to provide care for children. And the younger children are, the more staff is necessary to give them individual attention, and therefore proper care” (NAEYC, 1997 pg....   [tags: essays papers] 1766 words
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Sir Thomas More - I. Just think, if you were a woman you would only make seventy five cents an hour when men would make one dollar. This is one of the conflicts that Thomas more fixed or changed for the benefit of all people. Thomas More did many things in his life he wrote a book called Utopia which was about a perfect world where everybody was treated equal, he was a law student, priest, and eventually he was named a saint. II. Thomas More was born in London in 1477. His parents were Sir John More, a great lawyer and later judge, and his mother was Agnes Giraunger....   [tags: essays research papers] 468 words
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