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The Literal and Metaphorical Explainations of Death in Emily Dickinson’s Apparently With No Surprise

- The most feared aspect of life is also the most necessary. Death defines the human experience. In Emily Dickinson’s “Apparently With No Surprise”, she examines death from both a literal and specific to a metaphorical and over-arching perspective. Emily Dickinson shows us this through her poetry by explaining the aspects of death and how they relate to each and ever one of our lives. The apparent meaning of the poem is how death interacts in the cycle of nature, but closer readings reveal more intimate and complex meanings....   [tags: nature, god, flower]

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Kinder Surprises Banned in the US due to Choking Hazard

- I lived in a border-town, Baudette, when I was young. The Canadian border was no more than ten minutes away. Whenever I visited my grandmother, who lives in Rainy River, my sisters and I would go to the grocery store and get a certain chocolate. On Easter and other special events I would get the same chocolate. I assumed I could get my favorite chocolate anywhere. As a child you don’t think about whether the government allows chocolate in the States or not. These treats aren’t your grainy Hershey or deceitful Creme Eggs, these chocolates are siblings to Ferrero Rochers....   [tags: Cereal, Chocolate, Toy]

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Principles of Maneuver, Offensive and Surprise

- The Valley Campaign of the Shenandoah Valley of 23 March to 9 June 1862 saw the rise of the Confederate Major General (MG) Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson. The Shenandoah Valley campaign allowed for MG Jackson to incorporate the principles of maneuver, offensive and surprise operations (US Army Center of Military History, 2012) through the use of his cavalry and foot soldiers. FM 100-5 describes the following: Principles of Maneuver are to place the enemy in a position of disadvantage through the flexible application of combat power....   [tags: Military History ]

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Quite The Surprise: Narrative Fiction

- I followed Jett as we walked down the middle of the bus. I could already tell how _eager_ Jett was getting to Leilani. I guess I had no reason to deny that I had done the same thing years before. It wasn't something I wanted to repeat. "Hey guys!" Leilani smiled, running her hand through her faded pink hair. had looked much brighter when we first got on. Leilani had a talent for standing out. She was one of those people who could be crazy and no one would ever question it. Even if they did, she would put them in their place....   [tags: news, talent, show, school]

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Axe: Taking the Youth of the Nation By Surprise

- Axe, has taken the youth of the nation by surprise, and more specifically the males. Axe is a brand of male grooming products that are marketed toward young males. So one would wonder what the problem with that is. Well, of course good hygiene and fresh scents are important to the youth of United State, but at what extent should one go to market that. Axe advertisements have gone so far to even promote the idea that there products help young males attract women. Axe body spray’s ad slogan “How Dirty Boys Get Clean”, truly has many people wondering what the meaning behind it is....   [tags: Advertising ]

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Rescuing Communication via Surprise and Delight

- Though ironically praised for its power in being able to bring people together, technology is inevitably ruining the art of raw human interaction. Many services that once required face-to-face communication have been replaced by the workings of a sort of technological machine. The in-store shopping experience is now possible on the internet. Virtual classrooms make it possible for people to learn at home in front of their computer outside of a school setting. Just the simple concept of face-to-face communication has had many tool replacements, such as phone, text message, instant message, and e-mail....   [tags: Communication ]

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Personal Writing: The Day Of Surprise

- Personal Writing: The Day of Surprise “That's so cool!” I exclaimed. In my hand was a Valentines Day card which folded to make a spaceship. I was in a Hallmark card shop with my father, looking at cards for the upcoming holiday. “If I got you that card now, then it wouldn't be a surprise later,” my father logically stated. “But it's neat. See, it folds into a spaceship.” “I'll get it for you but... just act surprised for your mother when you open the card.” “Okay dad,” I answered as we walked up to the counter....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Pearl Harbor not a surprise

- Introduction – Pearl Harbor was vulnerable to attack because of the obstruction of defense and warning. I. Signs of Japan’s intent to attack II. Politics involvement A. War support B. Eight-step plan III. Neglected warning signs near Pearl Harbor soon before the attack A. Midget subs B. Radar detecting The attack on Pearl Harbor has been known to be a complete surprise. Whenever one thinks about it, they consider that it was. They may think that it was a total surprise except for a few small warning signs that our government seems to have ignored....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Big Fat Surprise : Why Butter, Meat, And Cheese

- As I was listening to the podcast, I found that I really liked the arguments that the author was making regarding science and the mistakes that were made in the past, particularly in the dietary recommendations adopted by the nutritional field. Since the purpose of her book The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet is to disprove the “myth” that fats (including butter, meat, and cheese) do not belong in a healthy diet, her book includes evidence that supports the opposite view of the issue (that these products can belong in a healthy diet)....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Epidemiology, Fat]

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My Surprise at the Number of Romantic Relationships with Women

- Were you aware that transitionally there were so many ways for women to have romantic and/or sexual relationships with one another. This reading was very interesting and I have a lot of friends who are lesbians and even some who are bi-sexual and have told me about their personal experiences. But, I had no idea that there were so many different ways for women to have romantic/sexual relationships with others. I found it very interesting to read about so many different women living in different countries and cultures who choose to have a romantic relationship with another women and sometimes become the more dominant partner in the relationship; even though in most cultures it is highly discri...   [tags: lesbian, bisexual, culture]

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The Long Path to Christianity in Surprised by Joy

- The Long Path to Christianity in Surprised by Joy       Surprised by Joy is essentially an account of those factors that brought Lewis to a mature, adult Christian faith. Lewis begins his work with an overview of the Lewis household and his early schooling. “The reality Lewis found on the pages of his parents' extensive library seems as tangible and meaningful to him as anything that occurred in the "outside" world” (Hannay 41). Lewis depicts himself and brother, William, as absolute confidants who share their deepest longings and secrets--all in the security of their parents' home....   [tags: Surprised by Joy Essays]

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Analysis of Wordsworth’s Surprised by Joy

-  Analysis of Wordsworth’s Surprised by Joy       Death, like ink dropped in a glass of water, taints one's perception of life by coloring every experience with a sad shade of grief. In his poem, "Surprised by Joy," William Wordsworth relates how a moment of joy caused him to remember the death of his four-year-old daughter, Catharine. The memory effectively crushed any positive feelings he had during his encounter with joy and replaced them with quilt and sadness. This sonnet, though Italian in rhyme scheme, abandons the typical conflict-to-resolution form of argument for one which begins with the desired end-result and progresses towards the heart of the problem....   [tags: Surprised by Joy Essays]

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The Relation of Thought and Emotion in William Wordsworth’s Surprised by Joy

- The Relation of Thought and Emotion in William Wordsworth’s Surprised by Joy   Dr. Branson's comments: This essay was written in response to an explication exercise in a course designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of the English major. It demonstrates not only excellence as an explication, but also as an interdisciplinary application of psychological theory to literary analysis.   In the sonnet "Surprised by Joy," William Wordsworth relates an episode of his struggle to cope with the death of his young daughter....   [tags: Surprised Joy]

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Namibia as a Pleasant Surprise on the African Continent

- Namibia as a Pleasant Surprise on the African Continent Tourists coming to Namibia often have a complete misperception of what it is like here. Most tourists expect to be greeted by half-naked savages, brandishing torches and knives and dancing about a campfire, the women sitting and grinding maize, whilst the lions prowl around the perimeter of the settlement. I have seen numerous people disembark from luxury ocean liners in the port of Walvis Bay with looks of absolute astonishment on their faces, as if they expected to be ferried out on a rowboat on to a deserted beach....   [tags: Papers]

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Camping: The Rescue of Jack and Taylor

- ... They set up camp and tried to stay warm with blankets and a fire. The next morning, they woke up to a sheet of snow covering their tent. They tried to get out to experience the snow, but all they could see was white. Everywhere they looked, it was all white. It just kept snowing, snowing, snowing…. “How long do you think this will last?” Taylor desperately asked her husband. “Um, I am sure it won’t last that long.” Jack said, not even believing his own words. They huddled back inside the tent, trying to keep warm any way they could....   [tags: surprise, camping, hiking, snow]

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America’s Response to Pearl Harbor

- Introduction America’s initial response to the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 was that of disbelief and shock. This attack took place on a Sunday morning and what surprised many was the fact that a tiny island nation situated in the Asian mainland could bring out that kind of a feat thousands of miles away from its actual homeland. A major part of this shock and disbelief was based mainly on the stereotypical view that the Americans had on the Japanese people – short people with oriental features that appeared exaggerated....   [tags: Imperial Japan, Surprise Attack]

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The Sunflower Surprise

- “...history has taught us a lesson that should never be forgotten: America must be prepared to defend freedom whenever it is threatened. Should the occasion again arise when armaments are necessary- and history says it will- America shall be ready and so shall Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant” (Sunflower: War Arsenal). Many kids these days are wrapped up in their friends and the newest technological devices that they fail to read about rich history that helped shape the world they live in. The quote above brings me a sense of pride for the amazing state I live in; it makes me think of a time when internet sensations didn’t exist and neighbors would ban together under the American flag to cru...   [tags: freedom, isolationism]

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A Surprise Visit

- He reached out and naturally took my hand as we walked out to the parking lot. Everything about being with Luke is natural, the way he looks out for me, the way he touches me when we talk, it all seems so common and normal, yet there’s something else there. Something I can’t quite put my finger on. Something …different. Once we were in Luke’s car, I broke down and told him about my parents; the fighting, Mom sleeping in the guest room, all of it. It felt good to finally let it all out, instead of just the bits and pieces....   [tags: peronal narrative]

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Japanese Internment in Canada: Unnecessary and Avoidable

- The fate of thousands changed on December 7, 1941 when Japanese planes left Pearl Harbour in Hawaii devastated after a surprise attack. The American Pacific fleet stationed there was nearly obliterated: 2,403 Americans were dead, 188 planes had been destroyed, and 8 battleships lay wrecked (Donlan, 4). However, the real tragedy was to come when nations would turn against their people and democracy’s very foundations would have to be questioned. Such a time came in 1942 when 23,000 Japanese Canadians were interned; over 75% of them were Canadian citizens (Hickman, 72)....   [tags: pearl harbor, surprise attack, WWII]

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The Unexpected Surprise of Violence

- No being on this planet will know exactly what will happen tomorrow. Every action they make today can alter an event in two weeks without awareness. But, life is valued poorly in the twenty-first century as another ordinary day of constant repetition. “You have to take risks. We will only understand the miracle of life fully when we allow the unexpected to happen” (Coelho). Life becomes valued once risks are taken, but the outcome is never expected. Shirley Jackson, reader of witchcraft books, horrifies people with her perspective on the understanding of merciless rituals that kept communities at ease....   [tags: shirley jackson, the lottery, life value]

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Hedda Gabler and the Lower Depths - Use of Surprise Suicide Ending

- For Maxim Gorki and Henrik Ibsen, the "the surprise ending" is a device to highlight the extreme desperation and hopelessness man is often faced. In both cases, the plays end with an act of suicide - The Actor in The Lower Depths, and Hedda in Hedda Gabler. The alcoholic Actor dreamt of a far off hospital that helped drunkards by curing them of their disease. He struggles through out the play trying to find this path to redemption. Hedda tries to control a world that she is trapped in. This control would result in her freedom to exist in true self-expression....   [tags: Comparative Literature]

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Surprised By Joy

- There are times when we should mourn. There are times for tears and sorrow. There are times when being appropriate means giving in to grief. When the world looks to see our reaction to loss, we must turn our faces grim and prove our love for what has gone. But in those moments of appropriate sadness, does there not exist any of the things that make us happy. Does the original loss color all things gray and remove the possibility for joy. No. The world remains the same, save for the void where once was the beloved thing....   [tags: Poetry Analysis]

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"Derailed" - Packed With Suspense and Surprises

- Derailed is a story about an innocent man who works in an advertising company, and suddenly involves in something he would not imagine; having an affair, being terribly blackmailed, and wanted by the police for a murder, all because he misses his usual train to work one day. Charles Schine, a husband to a schoolteacher named Deanna and a father of Anna, his adolescent daughter who suffers diabetes. One day, he is late for work, so he rushes to catch his usual train. As the ticket inspector asks for his ticket which he forgets to buy, he finds himself penniless....   [tags: Literature Review]

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Surprise Trip

- We landed in Seattle, the airport wasn't very crowed, and smelt of fast food, the small airport matched the small airplane we flew on. I looked over at my brothers, the twins, Dimitri and Vladimir, there handsome faces contoured into a look of disgust. Then I looked to my father, Lucius, he was smiling brightly, his bright blue eyes scanning his surroundings, his smile never faded. It was hard to comprehend a reason to why we would leave our home in Texas. I was born and raised in Waxahachie, Texas and I truly loved my hometown....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays]

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Book Report : Surprised By Hope

- ... This is very corrupt. With all this happening the direct effect is loss of Easter’s meaning. In Wright’s book he brings this truth out. He explains how we need to be “Easter people”. To me this means that we need to give back the meaning of Easter. Easter is the story of the resurrection of Christ. If this did not happen, Christianity would not exist. The resurrection is important for several reasons. It shows the magnificent power of God, it foreshadows the resurrection of human beings, and shows us that God has defeated Satan....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Easter]

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A Shocking Surprise: Dr. Stanley Milgram

- Obedience is described as a compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another’s authority. The majority of the world would say when pushed to a certain extreme that would lead to the harming of other people, humans would be not obedient to such a request because of our morals. Dr. Stanley Milgram, a psychologist at Yale University, set up an experiment to prove this theory wrong. Dr. Milgram devised this experiment to focus on the conflict between obedience of the every day normal guy to the authority and personal conscience of their superiors....   [tags: obedience to authority, psychological research]

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I Shouldn 't Be Surprised

- ... The girl is sat there using her hands far too much to tell her story with a sly smile on her face. The guy just watches her in absolute fascination; like she’s the most interesting thing in the world. Like she’s his world. Their body language suggests that they’re not actually together. His body language shows that he wants to be. Hers shows that she has no idea. Poor guy. “There 's nothing we can do,” I eventually turn back to the conversation, “I 've already tried talking to Ryan, it didn 't work....   [tags: 2005 singles, 2008 singles, 2009 singles]

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Louis Armstrong : A Man Full Of Surprises

- Louis Armstrong: a Man Full of Surprises Louis Armstrong was an amazing trumpet player. Not only did he play the trumpet, he also was a bandleader, an amazing composer, singer, soloist, and comedian and also starred in films. One of the songs that Louis Armstrong is recognized for his recording of “What a Wonderful World”. Armstrong defined what it truly means to play Jazz. Armstrong was born on August fourth of 1901. Many biographies have the wrong date on Armstrong’s birthday being July fourth of 1900....   [tags: Louis Armstrong, Jazz, Joe "King" Oliver, Kid Ory]

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pearl harbor

- The attack on Pearl Harbor was a tragic event in American history. President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941, "a date which will live in infamy." On that day, Japanese planes attacked the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor and killed more than 2,300 Americans during the attack. The attack took the United States by surprise and especially the undefended naval base. There were a lot of factors that played a role in the attack, including why Japan thought they had to attack, how they were able to achieve surprise, and the damage they inflicted on the American fleet....   [tags: World War II, Surprise Attack]

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The Suprise Attack on Pearl Harbor

- Plan of Investigation The purpose of this investigation is to evaluate how the attack on Pearl Harbor wasn’t a surprise to Roosevelt and the United States. The main body of evidence will investigate what events lead up to the attack, diplomatic relations between Japan and the U.S., and the resulting factors of the attack. Evidence will include eyewitness accounts and newly released top secret documents. Documents will be analyzed in regards to their value, origin, purpose, and limitation in order to properly evaluate the evidence....   [tags: diplomatic relations, USA, Japan, US History]

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The Analysis : The Vox Video Surprised Me

- ... Thus, a country could include certain questions about tribes, but then exclude the questions about a person’s ‘world’ nationality. The only odd country out was Brazil, who limited its census to only ask questions about someone’s color. Brazil’s way of defining race surprised me, as I would have thought that a country of that size and made up of many diverse people from different heritages and nationalities, would have wanted to be able to decipher the formation of its population. However, it would make sense to generalize race as just different colors, so that it becomes a general way of life where one person may look different from another but in turn they are both treated equally....   [tags: Race, Human skin color, Ethnic group, Nation]

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Saving the Postal Service: The Problems, the Solutions, and the "Surprise"

- At one point or another, we have all held and opened a piece of mail. Whether it was a birthday card, a letter from a friend, or even a bill, we have all held a piece of paper that was sent from somewhere else. Even in the age of Facebook and email, it is likely that you have held a piece of mail and most likely, the way it got from point A (the person sending the mail) to point B (the person receiving the mail) was through the United States Postal Service, or the USPS. In the past decade, the postal service has experienced a decreased volume in their letter mail....   [tags: Five Day Delivery, Congressional Control]

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Surprise! Different Conditions Equals Different Outlook

- Tambudzai, the main character of Nervous Conditions, is looked upon as the “hero” or “possessor” of the story. How is this accomplished besides presenting a first person experience. How else than making the character better by comparison. Nyasha becomes Tambu’s support, boosting Tambu, but not herself. Tambu admits that “Nyasha would not be good for” her (103). Nyasha is represented as negative, even to Tambu, an attempt at further impressing the image of the hero/anti-hero relationship. The following, to put their relationship into some context, will analyze Nyasha, with respect to Tambu, and how they relate through their culture, class, and education....   [tags: Literature Review]

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North Korea Surprise Attack

- In 1949, Congress dragged its feet in considering a $150 million dollar aid bill to South Korea. Syngman Rhee had so often talked about invading North Korea that US leaders feared giving him too much in the way of weapons. For this reason, South Korea was sent only rifles, bazookas, and light artillery; tanks an airplanes were held back. Also by 1949, most of the US military had moved out. Only 500 advisors, known as KMAG (the Korean Military Advisory Group) remained in South Korea, under the command of Brigadier-General William L....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Analysis Of Carrie Underwood 's View Of Surprises

- Despite having all the conditions for a living person, I have not truly live a life. All I did was repeating my routines day by day as what usual people would do. Until one day, I asked her to go on spring break with me in two weeks. Her name is Khanh. From the beginning until now she has brought rhythm into my life, which I needed to actually live. From then I have not been an introverted girl who always watching people and copy their activities silently. She stirred up my mind and made me never stop asking questions....   [tags: High school, Mobile phone, 2006 albums]

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Franz Kafka's Die Verwandlung: The Metamorphosis of the Fairy Tale Tradition

- “When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin. He was lying on his back as hard as armor plate, and when he lifted his head a little he saw his vaulted brown belly, sectioned by arch-shaped ribs, to whose dome the cover, about to slide off completely, could barely cling. His many legs, pitifully thin compared with size of the rest of him, were waving helplessly before his eyes” (Kafka 255). Renowned German writer, Franz Kafka, wrote the short story “The Metamorphosis (translated from its original German title: "Die Verwandlung")” in 1912 and later published in 1915 to much acclaim from both casual readers and crit...   [tags: Surprise Ending, Familial Love]

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Mingle With Other Cultures: You May Suprise Yourself

- Mingle with other cultures: you may surprise yourself The ethnic mix on Alberta Avenue is a learning opportunity The Alberta Ave neighbourhood is a mosaic of ethnicities with their varying world views. To some, this mix of foreign outlooks is difficult to understand and may even be frightening. What they are missing is an opportunity for intercultural interaction which is necessary to be successful in our modern world. With expanding globalization, we need to be able to interact positively with people from different cultures to lead a fulfilled life that stretches our potential....   [tags: ethinicity, communication, interpersonal harmony]

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Descriptive Essay: My First Surprise Party

- I am the one in the picture with the sloppy bun in my hair and the bright red cheeks. The one who can't stop smiling. With all my friends surrounding me, it was one of the best days of my life. All fifteen of us look happy; it was a night for many smiles. Everyone is crowded around the table. There are a lot of red cheeks in the picture; the room was as hot as a sauna. There was a strong smell of barbeque sauce in the air as well. The picture was taken right after dinner. The table we are crowded around is messy....   [tags: Descriptive Writing Examples]

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God's Sovereign Rule Comes on Earth in Tom Wright's Surprised by Hope

- Surprised by Hope is broken down into three parts. In Part One, “Setting the Scene,” Wright addresses the confusion of heaven and God’s Kingdom. Many Christians, according to Wright, view heaven as the place you go when you die (p. 18). If this is what has been taught for many years, what could be the alternative. Wright argues that “the language of heaven in the New Testament doesn’t work that way. ‘God’s kingdom’ in the preaching of Jesus refers not to postmortem destiny, not to our escape from this world into another one, but to God’s sovereign rule coming ‘on earth as it is in heaven’” (p....   [tags: Christian, heaven, ascension]

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Emily Dickinson's Disdain for Egotistical Human Beings

- “Apparently with no surprise” by Emily Dickinson presents the trials and tribulations that a flower must overcome if it is to survive. Dickinson creates a microcosm of the real world and a deep ecological study of human kind. Her word choice betrays a hidden disdain for human beings egotistical aims. Dickinson tucks away a series of morose words in every line with the exception of line four. One must first examine the word choice of the first word and the first line. The use of the word “Apparently” creates a standard for irony and sardonicism that is seen throughout the poem....   [tags: Poetry, Poems]

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Sexuality and Surprises in 8 Femmes, a Film by François Ozon

- In the French film 8 Femmes, François Ozon, the director, guides a play from the 1950’s that focuses on a lively family that have deep secrets that all intertwine. In this musical mystery, comedy film, a murder has happened and each woman has their own motives for wanting to kill the man in the home. Yet, Ozon’s storyline is not the main focus of the film. The film follows each of the women which show the themes of betrayal, secrets, and most importantly sexuality. Sexuality is a main theme in many of François Ozon films that he directs....   [tags: Cinema, Mystery]

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British and American Poets

- British and American Poets British and American poets are considered to be some of the most exceptional poets in history. There was a British and American movement that started a little over 200 years ago with William Wordsworth. Once the movement started with Wordsworth, it was mostly British writers, however, the past hundred years or so was filled with equally awesome American Poets. However, there was an already world-renowned poet 300 years before that, by the name of William Shakespeare....   [tags: William Wordsworth, Langston Hughes]

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Making Pet Food as Safe and Regulated as Human Procecssed Food

- About this book The evolution of dogs from wolves is a fascinating topic that has been the focus of significant new research and insight. What is clear is that these animals have found their way into the heart of the modern family everywhere – from filling in for the absent single grandchild of Chinese grandparents to the plight of the lonely and stressed western middle class. When dogs were kept for security or sport, they were usually fed table scraps to supplement what they could hunt or scavenge on their own....   [tags: dog food industry]

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Comparing the Theme of Nature with Works from Dicknson Whitman and Emerson

- Comparing the Theme of Nature with Works from Dicknson Whitman and Emerson Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated that “the first in time and the first in importance of the influences upon the mind is that of nature.” Nature in all its forms parallels with life, death, and the soul. Whether the sunshines or the rain falls, whether a flower blooms or willows, nature will always recreate itself and remain a mystery to mankind. To become one with nature, one must explore oneself and know that the simplicity found in it is both divine and perfect....   [tags: essays papers]

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Who are These Guys? Working Toward an Empirical Typology of Street-Level Pimps

- Introduction Traditionally prostitution was viewed as a consensual act, one person selling sexual favors to a willing buyer. Used in many classes as an example of “Mala Prohibita” when differentiating between “Mala Prohibita” and “Mala in Se” (conduct that is illegal because it is prohibited vs. conduct that is illegal because it is inherently wrong or evil). This is perhaps true about prostitution in its simplest form (an independent adult seller deciding with their own free will to perform sexual acts with another adult individual in exchange for money or other compensation)....   [tags: Prostitution, Consensual Act, Sexual Favors]

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Irish Catholic Immigrant

- Being the first born daughter of an Irish Catholic family in Brooklyn, New York during 1935 was a journey from the start. Growing up on Flatbush Avenue during the 1930’s was not the same as it is today. My Nana claims that the community was very close knit and it was very rare that someone of the unfamiliar bothered anyone living in the neighborhood. As a child and teenager growing up in Brooklyn, my grandmother could not recall a time in her life that she felt threatened or endanger for her well being....   [tags: Personal Narrative Immigration]

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Reagan Administration's Strategic Defense Initiative Heightened Cold War Tensions

- Explain how the Reagan Administration's Strategic Defense Initiative heightened Cold War tensions. Soviet intelligence services went on watchful in 1981 to observe for US preparations for initiating a shocking nuclear hit against the USSR and it allies. This warning was escorted by a new Soviet intelligence collection program, known by the acronym RYAN, to observe signals and provide early warning of US target. Two years later a major war scare exploded in the USSR and this study traces the beginning and capacity of Operation RYAN, its relationship to the war scare and Reagan administration's strategic defense initiative (SDI) heightened Cold War tensions....   [tags: Political Science Politics]

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Rosenberg Spies

- Rosenberg Spies In 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted of passing information to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) concerning the construction of nuclear weapons. In 1953, the United States Government executed them. Some say, the Rosenbergs received their just punishment. Many historians feel that the trial was unfair, and that international claims for clemency were wrongly ignored. These historians claim that the Rosenbergs were assassinated by the US government. This report will be an analysis of the trial, the events which led up to it, and its aftermath....   [tags: Julius Ethel Rosenberg Nuclear Weapons Essays]

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Cubism : An Exhibition Of Works Of Pablo Picasso And Georges Braque

- ... So much so that none of the articles listed ever date before 1906. Instead they usually start mentioning Juan Gris’ work near 1912, when he first showed at Clovis Sagot’s gallery that January (Golding 96, Costa 674). René de Costa attributes the lack of his artistic development to Juan Gris’ own efforts (674). Apparently, during his short 40 year life span, he was able to obliterate the records dating before 1906 which is evident in all the listed articles because none of them make reference to Juan Gris before his arrival in Paris (Golding, De Costa, Green Synthetic, Green Purity, Gopnik, Oren)....   [tags: Cubism, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Juan Gris]

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Detrimental Effect of Television on American Politics

- Image is everything. In the modern world of sleek cars, towering glass buildings, carefully designed websites and carefully designed women on the front of magazines, this comes as no surprise. What does come as a surprise, what should come as a surprise, is that this fascination with image, this obsession with physical appearance, has seeped into the one area it least belongs. Politicians, the men and women who are supposed to be leading our nation, now have to be just as careful of their image as any supermodel or screen star....   [tags: Politics]

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- Introduction–First Iteration Summary Introduction In the late twentieth century, the field of biotechnology and genetic engineering has positioned itself to become one of the great technological revolutions of human history. Yet, things changed when Herber Boyer, a biochemist at the University of California, founded the company Genentech in 1976 to exploit the commercial potential of his research. Since then the field has exploded into a global amalgam of private research firms developing frivolous, profit-hungry products, such as square trees tailor-made for lumber, without any sort of government regulation....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The World 's Biggest Military

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Colorado Prime Steak

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College Women Stop Getting Drunk and College Men Stop Drinking

- Sexual assault encompasses the criminal act of rape; however it seems as if many relative cases spawn from various alcohol encounters. In Emily Yoffe’s article “College Women Stop Getting Drunk,” she links both victim and perpetrator to alcohol. How can this cause be changed. Performing rape accidentally, or knowingly I do agree with Yoffe’s statement “Let’s be totally clear: Perpetrators are the ones responsible for committing their crimes.” In Yoffe’s article she covers both the perpetrator as well as the victim, though spending more time on the latter....   [tags: College Rape, Date Rape]

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Thankful To Be Alive: My Ruptured Appendix

- Throughout the course of my sixteen-year old life, I have experienced the unfortunate incident of taking a trip to the emergency room several times. The majority of them however were only for the typical injuries of an individual who shares in my liking for an adrenaline rush, and a lack of common sense. I never actually considered being seriously injured as a possible consequence of my actions. Of course, I have never tried to attempt any incredibly dangerous act without thinking it completely through....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Personal Experience]

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Analysis Of The Story Of An Hour By Kate Chopin And The Yellow Wallpaper

- Two stories, two characters and a serious of events that change them from beginning to end. “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin and “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman focus on two similar characters who turn out to be dynamic. Dynamic characters are ones that undergo inner changes throughout the course of the story due to certain events and experiences they live. Louise Mallard in “The Story of an Hour” is a woman who suffers from a certain heart trouble and whose husband is apparently killed in a railroad accident which triggers the changes that are to come to her character....   [tags: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Woman]

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Cinema of Attractions: The Features of 1906 Cinema

- According to Gunning (1986), spectacle dominates narrative in the early film-making industry (p. 59), whilst this is the most significant feature in the conception of “cinema of attraction”. When film-making is still at the exploration stage, attempting to play with the new technology and produce films of different genres, most of the works before 1906 present the characteristics of “cinema of attractions” introduced by Gunning. Cinema pre-1906 attempts to show the actuality or perform directly and explicitly to the spectators, instead of narrating a story....   [tags: film-making, cinema, camera position]

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Ea Sports Ufc 2 : A Game

- ... Pros The game is fun to play, even to someone whose main gaming strengths are not fighting games. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not going to land up on my favourites list but that isn’t the games fault. Knockout Mode is actually one of the most fun modes for a relative newbie to play but I really enjoyed the Ultimate Team Mode and if anything in the game kept drawing me back for more it was that. The variety of different modes means that there really is something for everything, and there is even something for those who don’t want to play but just watch on occasions....   [tags: Game, Play, Fighting game, Card game]

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Twists and Turns of the 1920's

- ... They were surely shifting the women stereotype of the time in a whole new direction when they decided their husbands shouldn’t be the only ones having fun. “At the edge of their own independence, women produced another form of her self-abiding image. In the 1920s, a new woman was born.” (Rosenburg para.1) But Flappers weren’t the only big thing to happen in the Roarin’ 20’s, no there was much more going on back then. For the first time in American history the average middle class family began to have disposable income, or money that they didn’t have to use on necessities....   [tags: flappers, depression, fdr]

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Attending A Private School Growing Up

- Privileged. Most will say I was a privileged child because I had the opportunity to attend a private school growing up. Yes, those people are right, but after observing my hometown school and observing Amboy in Little Rock, Arkansas, I have realized that anyone who is fortunate enough to receive an education is privileged. The word “private” in front of the word “school” does not define the success of the students or the quality of the teachers or facilities. I observed two schools that many would say are vastly different from one another—I will have to say they were more alike than I ever imagined....   [tags: Teacher, Education, School, Private school]

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The History of Labor Unions

- ... New technologies during this time, unemployed the only valuable, skilled workers by simplifying trades into many small parts that could easily be executed by unskilled workers. Management of major companies also contributed to the defeat of labor unions, for instance, most companies by forced the workers to disqualify themselves from joining labor unions by having them sign certain documents legally binding them to comply with the companies conditions. The disunity of the labor movement is one of the main reasons that they failed, this meant that having too many labor unions fighting for their own interests hurt the overall interests of the labor movement....   [tags: the Gilded Age, communism in the US]

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Dreams and the Talent Show

- As she was sleeping peacefully through the night, the girl would always wake up screaming. She would always have the same dream every single night since her fourteenth birthday. She was sick and tired of it and didn’t have an idea of what it meant. For all she wanted was for the dream to go away. The dream would always start with her on center stage in one of the most enormous and beautiful places she had ever seen. She noticed how a single ray of light would shine down upon her face. It was very dark, she couldn’t tell how many people were there but she could hear their screams, apparently they were cheering for her....   [tags: dreams, ]

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Hitler's Escape To South America

- For years, society has been led to believe that Hitler died in his Berlin bunker, but did he actually escape to South America. It has been proven that many other high ranking Nazis have escaped to countries in South America, such as Argentina and Brazil, so it is no surprise that Hitler too could have escaped. Many know only the accepted cause of Hitler’s death, and they are not aware of the evidence that hints he could have escaped to South America. However, there are other theories that hint towards a different outcome of Hitler’s life, theories that have more evidence....   [tags: Catholic Church supports anticommunists]

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How I Hated Reading Writing

- ... She wanted to read books and play school. Who in their right mind would want to play school in the summer time. She made me play the student, while she played the teacher. Every word I didn’t know she kept saying” oh my goodness you don’t that?” It felt as if I didn’t know nothing compared to this genius. As I listened to her grandmother brag to my granny, apparently she went to private school and was top of her class. She received all kinds of awards. My grandmother was praising this girl....   [tags: Thought, Critical thinking, Writing, Mind]

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What Makes a Successful Marriage

- The summer before my freshman year of high school, my mother called me and my two sisters into the living room. We were all confused as to this surprise family meeting. My mom began to speak beginning with the words, “This is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever had to tell you girls...” Now, myself, becoming highly concerned; my mother continued with, “Your father and I are getting a divorce.” This was some surprising and hard news to take in. I just sat there puzzled, asking myself questions like, “How long was this planned?” or, “What happened between my parents?” These questions were vaguely answered....   [tags: personal story and reflections]

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Adult Education And Adult Learning

- ... Sometimes, it just outcome people’s skill, and cognitive learning, I learned how they varied from each other. This chapter is a simple one, all about the traditional learning theories, after reading it, I feel every theory of learning have their advantages and disadvantages, however, I think learning should be a complicated process. It includes behavior change and cognitive development and interact with the social context, so the constructivism theory part is my favor one part. Cognitive learning theory focus on brain processes information....   [tags: Educational psychology, Motivation, Learning]

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Living by Different Standards

- Living by Different Standards Who do these athletes think they are. Do they think they can kill, rape, rob, assault, steel, and use drugs simply because they make millions of dollars. And do they think they can get away with these things. Why are today’s sports stars nothing more than thugs and criminals. QUIT ACTING SO HIGH AND MIGHTY, SO SELF-RIGHTEOUS. And no I’m not talking to those “over-paid, drug-addicted, criminally-inclined athletes.” I’m talking to the public . the critics and the so-called fans of college and professional sports....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Spiritual Insights in Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe

- Crusoe’s Spiritual Insights Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe is considered to be the first novel of incident. Before I read the novel I knew something about poor Robinson Crusoe--shipwrecked on a desert island, lived on the island for a lot of years, and acquired a friend by the name of Friday. As I began to read, I had the preconceived notion that Robinson Crusoe was just an adventure book. However, I read no more than a few pages before my mind was greatly enlightened. Robinson Crusoe does not suffer just one shipwreck, but two of them....   [tags: Robinson Crusoe Essays]

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Heart Of Darkness : An Adventurous Journey For The Sake Of Retrieving The Ill Mr. Kurtz

- In Heart of Darkness, Charles Marlow undergoes an adventurous journey for the sake of retrieving the ill Mr. Kurtz. Similarly, in Apocalypse Now we follow the story of Captain Benjamin L. Willard as he travels through Vietnam on a mission to kill the treacherous Colonel Kurtz. In both stories, we see both Marlow and Willard come face to face with the horrors of colonialism and imperialism. The first theses in Monster Theory is that monsters are symbols and representations of a culture brought out as a reflection of their times....   [tags: Heart of Darkness, Apocalypse Now, Colonialism]

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The Gospel Of Moses, The J Source Tell About Joseph 's Generation Is Now Dead

- ... “10And YHWH said to Moses, “ Go to the people and consecrate them today and tomorrow; and they shall wash their clothes 11 and be ready for the third day, because on the third day YHWH will come down on Mount Sinai before the eyes of all the people. (F, 152)” Moses is to make the Israelites holy and pure by having them wash their clothes and they shall not have a sexual relationship. In E source, the conversation between YHWH and Moses are very general with very phases. Only thing that revealed to the reader is YHWH telling that He would come down in a mass of cloud so the people would observe the conversation....   [tags: Moses, Ten Commandments, Torah, Israelites]

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The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the Plot to Topple the Federal Government

- Huff 2 The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the Plot to Topple the Federal Government John Wilkes Booth’s assassination of President Abraham Lincoln was part of a larger plot to kill the leadership of the Federal government in support of the secessionist and slavery movements. It was Booth’s hope that this would create chaos in the government and would inspire the South to renew its war for secession. In March 1864, during the Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant, commander of the Union forces, suspended the prisoner of war exchanges between the Union and Confederacy in the hope that this change in policy would help bring the war to an end....   [tags: American History, John Wilkes Booth]

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My Sister And Model Of The World That Knows Me Better Than My Sisters

- ... With this in mind, I quickly learned my fear was becoming a reality when one day she randomly packed up her life and moved to Texas with her boyfriend. Consequently, when Peyton left, life was different. She made no contact with us. She changed her number and disappeared from all social media. We didn 't know if she was alive or dead. My mom was really affected by her absence. She would go to bed every night praying that her daughter was safe and pondered over what went wrong with their relationship....   [tags: Family, Interpersonal relationship, Love]

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Summary : ' My Father Was Mad Who Mad Was An Understatement '

- ... She needed to experience the world on her own, and she could not do that when she is confined to her house. There were so many things to see, people to meet. It wasn’t wrong to see it on her own, was it. Her father’s right hand man stood beside him and started to proclaim her actions as if they were unlawful. It felt liked she was being tried for something so trivial. Kairi wanted some space, was that so hard to ask for. She suppressed the anger, anguish, sadness, and longing for so long. It was no surprise that she broke....   [tags: Family, Sibling]

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My Parents Are Strict Nigerian Christians And They Raised Me As Such

- Allow me to preface this paper by stating that I was so nervous to tell my parents that I planned on going to the Museum of Sex. My parents are strict Nigerian Christians and they raised me as such. And I think it’s because I don’t really discuss sexuality-related topics with my parents that factors in as to why I was apprehensive. Also, Nigerian culture doesn’t broadcast sex like Western cultures do. But, when I did tell them, they were more concerned how I would get there because I am in no way street smart....   [tags: Human sexual behavior, Sexual intercourse]

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Impact of the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition

- The year of 1803 significantly changed our nation eternally. It stunned many people. In no way, shape or form, did we ever believe that our nation would expand so rapidly. What started with the small purchase of New Orleans led into the substantial purchase of the Louisiana Territory. This was a purchase that will make Thomas Jefferson a man to be remembered. Although, he wasn’t the only man who impacted the United States during this time period. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark are the two men that are greatly known for their expedition across the Louisiana Territory....   [tags: American History]

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Dalit space in Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s “Mahesh” and Mahasweta Devi’s “Shikar”

- The globalization and the subsequent flourishing of ‘englishes’ have dismantled the monolith of ‘the’ English Literary Canon by bringing into effect ‘new’ literatures and various interdisciplinary principles and approaches that have in way effected a ‘re-ordering’ of the existing order . In such a moment of paradigmatic shifts – especially in the wake of the postcolonial theories and the subaltern studies - the emergence of the Dalit Literature/s provides ample scope for examining the ‘politics of representation’....   [tags: literature, writing, existence]

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Banking and the Acquisition of Toxic Assets by the US Government

- October 3 Congress with and Bush agreed on Tarp authority to spend 700 billion to purchase toxic assets from financial institutions (inquiry report). 25...0 billion of tarp to under newly formed Capp (explain) and end of 2008 tarp 205bilion in 707 financial institutors...i9k (inquiry report) Tarp was to reduce availability of credit as well that assisted demand aggregate output and assist employment. pg. (84 and 85 with regard to tarp and stimulus Thomas Sowell the housing boom and bust) In 2008 ( ) large Investment banks, insurance companies and (holding companies) cuhs as Aig, Citigroup, Merrill Lynch suffered substantial loss from the subprime mortgage market corporat...   [tags: financial bailout, US financial system]

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The Role of Honor, Marriage, and Illegitimacy in Colonial Latin America

- The Role of Honor, Marriage, and Illegitimacy in Colonial Latin America Honor, illegitimacy and sexuality were among the most contested issues especially in the colonial Spanish America (Lavrin 10). In colonial Latin America, the concept of personal honor was more of a mental construct that was expressed through a complex set of social and personal behavioral code that was a prerequisite for acceptance in any given social setting (Lavrin 10). Sexual conduct was referred to as the touchstone of honor because it restrained people from engaging in sexual behavior before marriage (Lavrin 10)....   [tags: virginity, society, faithful, modest, family]

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Corruption of Authority in The Color Purple and Oliver Twist

- In both “The Color Purple”, published in 1982 and set in rural Georgia in the early 1900s and “Oliver Twist”, a contemporary novel set in London and published in 1838, the authors use corrupt representatives of authority to manipulate central protagonists and exemplify their weaknesses. In “The Color Purple”, this villain is Celie's stepfather, Alphonso, who is responsible for her psychological and physical torture and reflects the widespread misogyny of the era. Walker's purpose in setting the novel in the early 1900s is to reflect how society has changed for the better, but also to highlight parallels with modern life....   [tags: Compare Contrast Essay]

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Literary Analysis on Kate Chopin’s The Story of an Hour

- ... Richards was “in the newspaper office when the intelligence of the railroad disaster was received, with Brently Mallard’s name leading the list of killed” (1). He therefore is one of the first people to know about his death. Knowing about Mrs. Mallard’s heart, he realizes that they need to take caution in letting Mrs. Mallard know about it. Josephine told her because Richards feared “any less careful, less tender” person relaying the message to Louise Mallard (1). Because of her heart trouble, they think that if the message of her husband’s death is delivered to her the wrong way, her heart would not be able to withstand it....   [tags: accident, foreshadowing, heart attack]

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