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Comparing Marriage in Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman, She Stoops to Conquer and Moll Flanders

- Separation between Love and Marriage in Mary the Wrongs of Woman, She Stoops to Conquer and Moll Flanders       Our aim in this paper will be to analyze and discuss the different ways in which love and marriage were dealt with during the eighteenth century and to what extent these two terms were linked together or considered as opposite. To accomplish this matter we are going to focus our attention on several works that are representative from this period and that reflect in an accurate way the social mores and more specifically, marriage conventions and romantic love....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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All Quiet On The Western Front By Erich Remarque

- Fear, an emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat, a feeling that no one wants to go through on a serious level. Imagine suddenly waking up to the sounds of gunshots and bombs without warning or constantly being surrounded by formidable men bearing guns. These experiences were not unusual for Ishmael Beah, the author of the book A Long Way Gone, and Paul Baumer, the protagonist of All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Remarque. Both books are based off a war; however, All Quiet on the Western Front is based off Paul’s involvement in WWI and A Long Way Gone is about Ishmael’s exposure to the civil war within Sierra Leone....   [tags: Anxiety, Fear, Mattru Jong, Erich Maria Remarque]

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Hold It Down By Gina Meyers

- Gina Meyers and Jill McDonough both illustrate a lack of control within the poems “Hold it Down” and “Accident, Mass. Ave.”. “Hold it Down” by Gina Meyers describes a long narrative of the problem, a lack of control, impossibilities and frustration in everyday life, while “Accident, Mass. Ave.” presents a narrative of a problem, a moment of loss of control, aggression and frustration in a single moment that happen on a specific day. Similarly the poems are long and include long enjambed lines disturbed by few short and small lines....   [tags: Stanza, Poetry, Alexandra Maria Lara, 1996 albums]

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War : A State Of Conflict Between Societies

- War can be defined as “A state of conflict between societies”. It was stated by Richard Gabriel “Nations customarily measure the 'costs of war ' in dollars, lost production, or the soldiers killed or wounded; rarely do military establishments attempt to measure the costs of war in terms of individual human suffering.” In counter position – one may personally define war as the human suffering from conscious decisions of countries. The implications of war are conveyed through numerous characters, triggering flashbacks of events that affect the psychological state of the soldiers....   [tags: World War I, World War II, Erich Maria Remarque]

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All Quiet On The Western Front

- In the book, All Quiet On The Western Front, the character Corporal Himmelstoss is portrayed as a disciplinary, brutal, and sympathetic type of person in the training camps. Although prior to his position as a trainer he was a postman. Corporal Himmelstoss is in charge of No. 9 platoon. His petite size and the sleek moustache is not intimidating at first, until he displays his strict side towards the young soldiers. The brutal strictness of discipline that the corporal is known for changes once he has a taste of the frontlines....   [tags: Book Review Analysis Erich Maria Remarque]

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Gabriel García Márquez and Chronicle of a Death Foretold

- ... The narrator states that “it was [Maria] who did away with my generation’s virginity” (65). Garcia Marquez uses a hyperbole to portray how crucial Maria Cervantes’s contradictory role is in the men’s lives. She embraces her sexuality and is very open. In addition she also “taught [the men] much more than [they] should have learned, but she taught us above all that there’s no place in life sadder than an empty bed” (65). She reinforces the idea that sexuality should not be repressed because that would only bring on loneliness and despair....   [tags: story and character analysis]

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Analysis Of Joan Didion 's ' Play It As It Lays '

- For some people, the meaning of life is to be a good parent. When a parent loses a child for a moment or a lifetime, the pain that comes with is unbearable. Some people lose control of his or her entire life due to the loss of loved ones. The ability to gain control over life is tough because of the emotional and sometimes physical obstacles. While there is a meaning to life for some people, others feel as if there is no hope to live after losing a child. In Joan Didion’s novel, Play It as It Lays, Maria exhibits a lack of identity and the struggle to regain control over her life is shown through her journey to be with her daughter Kate....   [tags: Meaning of life, Life, Anxiety]

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Human Nature: The Lord of the Flies, and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- The authors of “I Only Came to use the Phone” and Lord of the Flies show that human nature is to be corrupt and savage. In both texts the authors use juxtaposition to show how characters in both stories effectively personify these characteristics, either by being placed in situations they are not accustomed to, or by being in power and abusing it. In “I Only Came to Use the Phone” Maria is juxtaposed against the matrons to show corruption and savagery throughout the insane asylum. In Lord of the Flies, however, Jack is juxtaposed against Ralph and Piggy to demonstrate the savagery and corruption that can is seen in Jack’s character....   [tags: garcia marquez, william golding]

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The Lord of the Flies and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- The authors of “I Only Came to use the Phone” and Lord of the Flies show that human nature is to be corrupt and savage. In both texts the authors use juxtaposition and imagery to show how characters in both stories effectively personify these characteristics, either by being placed in situations they are not accustomed to, or by being in power and abusing it. In “I Only Came to Use the Phone” Maria is juxtaposed against the matrons to show corruption and savagery throughout the insane asylum. There is also imagery in the short story to highlight the dark, corrupt feeling the reader may get from the text....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Corruption]

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Business Plan For A New Market

- ANS.7 When a company plans to enter a new market, they need to choose an appropriate market entry strategies so that their products can be acceptable quickly by the local market. For villa Maria, how to choose the strategy into China market is very important. Direct exporting Refers to the direct selling products to customers of the target market. Villa Maria can sell products to Chinese customers through the network or choose traditional direct exporting. In the whole process of selling, Villa Maria has a chance to contact with customers directly, exemption from other business shares with profits and understanding of Chinese customers’ needing easily....   [tags: Marketing, Pricing, Distribution, Economics]

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Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet : A Love Story Of Two Star Crossed Lovers

- Love is a beautiful thing, it always works out in the end. Everyone is always happy and no problems occur. West Side Story, a musical by Leonard Bornstein based on Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet parallels a love story of two star-crossed lovers. The play takes place in 1961 in New York City. This musical displays importance because it shows that nothing can overcome the power of love. This play is based on a love story between the main characters of Maria and Tony. Theses two are from different gangs that trouble to get along....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, Love, Star-crossed]

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Why I Didn 't Get From The Bank And The Employees Who Steal From A Bank

- My mentor, Kelly, didn’t get to go to college. At the time though, it was not a popular idea for women to go to college and degrees were not necessary to be considered for a job. So Kelly began working in the bank. She was a hard worker who went in every day, socialized with her clients and got the job done. She switched from bank to bank when they needed her to, and she enjoyed her job most of the time. “However, there is one major negative to working in a bank: there are many criminals. There are the clients that steal from the bank and the employees who steal from the bank--even those you think are your friends.” Throughout her experience there, she couldn’t understand how Maria--one of...   [tags: Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Thought]

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The Great Depression

- Cleophas, born in 1904, was four years old when they settled in Hutto which was a very small and rural farming town (Maria Matuke). Previously, Cleophas’ father Juan, was a police officer in Mexico along with her uncles. The family made their living picking cotton and chopping wood because those were the only options available since they lived in a rural area (Maria Matuke). They did this all day and the mother would be at home doing the needed tasks. In 1922, Cleophas married Santos Martinez and they would have seven kids together....   [tags: World War II, Cold War, Korean War, Vietnam War]

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William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

- Romeo and Juliet’s love story was miserable but captivating in Shakespeare’s play, while in West Side Story it was musical and lively. In shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet fall in love, but their families hate each other because of bad history. In West Side Story Tony and Maria fall in love but they are in different groups. Jets are American’s, and the Sharks are Puerto Ricans, both of the groups hate each other because they are of different cultures and they can 't accept each other. Also because they are fighting over the territory....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, Romance]

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Behavioral Factors And Factors That Affect The Child 's Life After The First Two Years Of Her Life

- Biopsychosocial analysis Biological Maria’s mother was present for the first two years of her life but it is possible that she might have not been involved, “apparently, the attachment relationship can be vulnerable to events that may distract, depress, or preoccupy the mother or otherwise upset family life.” (Broderick & Blewitt, 2015, p151) (1) Maria believes her mother had to leave because she couldn’t take care of herself; but it is not certain if this is the reason her mother actually left....   [tags: Attachment theory, Family, Mother, Parent]

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The Four Topics Method of Analysis: A Pregnant Accident Victim

- The Four Topics Method of Analysis is a tool developed by clinical ethicists used to examine clinical encounters. This method provides a consistent, organized framework for gathering information regarding the encounter in order to perform analysis. The method is organized into four parts: Medical Indications, Patient Preferences, Quality of Life, and Contextual Features. We can organize information regarding this case study by using the Four Topics Method beginning with the Medical Indications. Maria, a 20-year-old female, has been involved in a motor vehicle accident....   [tags: unborn accident victim]

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The Career and Discoveries of Madame Curie

- Madame Curie Maria Salomea Sklodowska was born on November 7, 1867 in Warsaw, Poland. She is the youngest out of five; Bronislawa, Zosia, Jozef, and Helena. Her parents, Wladyslaw and Bronislawa, were educators who persuaded Maria and her siblings to pursue an education. Her mother was the principal of a local girl school and her father a physics teacher. In 1876, Bronislawa and Zosia got Typhoid fever, which in result caused Zosia death at age 14. In a following death, on May 1878, Maria’s mother dies....   [tags: electrometer, radiation, research]

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The Case Of A Nurse Job

- In the case study, it starts out talking about a couple Juan and Maria who were immigrants from another country that came to the United States to move with their daughter (Carla), her husband (Soloman), and two grandchildren. Maria has diabetes and she pays for her insulin out-of-pocket, she’s worked as a housekeeper where they were paid cash. Juan has high blood pressure and high cholesterol, he receives help from the federal health center for his prescription. He worked as a janitor, at his job they were paid by salary, received Social Security and had a small amount of money put into his 401(k)....   [tags: Nursing home, Home care, Medicare and Medicaid]

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The Treatment Of Anorexia Nervosa

- Since Maria was three years old, she has been dedicating her life to dance. As a dancer, she has been pressured to dance perfectly. She is currently a second year dance student at Santa Clara University. After she fainted at her dance class, her professor required her to see me, a dietitian, before she returns to class. After looking over Maria’s symptoms, I would diagnose her with almost anorexia. If she continues these eating habits without any treatment, she will most like be diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa (A.N.) restricting type....   [tags: Nutrition, Dieting, Appetite, Obesity]

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West Side Story By Robert Wise And Jerome Robbins

- The film West Side Story was released on September 15, 1989. It was directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins. The lead actors are Natalie Wood as Maria, Richard Beymer as Tony, Russ Tamblynas Riff, Rita Moreno as Anita, and George Chakiris as Bernardo. This film fits under the genres of both romance and drama. The movie starts with a brawl between the Jets, an American gang, and the Sharks, a Puerto Rican gang. After the policeman, Officer Krupke, breaks up the fight, the Jets plan to have a rumble with the Sharks in order to regain dominance over the streets of New York....   [tags: Gang, Los Angeles, New York City, Crime]

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William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

- Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare to the West Side Story Romeo and Juliet is a remarkable love story that anyone would be excited to know about the scene in Shakespeare’s play that reflects in the play which is love, tragedy, and death. Romeo and Juliet on Shakespeare present many similarities and as well a lot differences to compare the West Side Story. Juliet, shows her greater love for Romeo. Juliet with her strong character resists her parent’s decision by refusing to marry Paris. She decided to listen to her heart....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare, Love]

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Joyces Clay an Explication

- Joyces Clay an Explication Maria is a humble woman leading a life tinged with longing. She recognizes and values her independence, yet at the same time moves in a tide of inevitability towards the place molded out for her within the relatively staunch social caste system of Dublin. The substance of her individuality is put in jeopardy by is plasticity to external forces; she is a woman made of clay. It seems her calling within society is that of a nun, however it is evident that still flickering insider her is the dream to escape this imposed destiny, to live a life like the one depicted in the song she sings, I Dreamt that I Dwelt....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Contrast by Royal Tyler

- ... The gender-based difference shows alignment to the male casts suggesting alignment to the masculine discourse of socio-cultural economy. As its title suggests, contrast is the detail principle behind the play. The central contrast is one between European fashionable, a result of luxury, and American frankness, a result of moderation and industry. Manly and Maria, the two characters who get married at the end of the play, represent the new American characters, while Dimple, Charlotte, and Laetitia represent the disgraceful corruption of European values....   [tags: play analysis]

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Trapped By Society: I Only Came to Use the Phone

- Do you ever feel trapped when you are in a place that you have never been before. Isolation criticizes society since it does not let everyone be equal or have the same rights. Isolation can completely change a person, and it is usually for the worst. Society “acts” like they try to prevent isolation, but in reality they isolate people for certain reasons, then those people get judged for being “different.” Upon closer inspection it is human nature to deny equal rights because people that do not act, dress, or look the same are labeled as strange, and unfortunately, many times are not accepted by the majority of society....   [tags: analysis, I only came to use the phone]

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Who Are Angel 's Real Parents?

- Who are Angel’s real parents. Angel is portrayed as a strange and confused character from the beginning, being raised by a single mother. She is always shown to be frustrated about how he is living his life, mainly because he is not seeing his priest for life guidance. Angel’s Mother is forcefully trying to change her son’s ways without really trying to figure out what his problem is. Angel is clearly afraid to admit his sexuality to his mother. When Angel agrees to go back to the church his mom is quick to emphasize the prayer to Angel and you can see the uncomforting look on his face....   [tags: Mother, Parent, Father, Disappointment]

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The Sound of Music

- When an energetic young woman training to become nun enrolls as governess for a family of eight—seven children and a staunch, domineering father—her cheerful disposition quickly conflicts with the stern, restrictive atmosphere of her surroundings. This conflict leads her to question her devotion to the nunnery, the environment of which is just as oppressive as the family’s home. Nevertheless, throughout her journey, the young governess enjoys a carefree lifestyle in spite of her situation, and the conflicts that arise as a result become the subject of visual representation....   [tags: film analysis]

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Canadian Prairie Skit

- Maria: The term Prairie refers to a large open area of grassland. Genuine prairies are usually found in the southern part of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Abby: It may also refer to farmlands located in the same two provinces including Manitoba. Provinces / Territories Abby: The major cities Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon are mostly in the prairie eco zones. Maria: As of 2011 the population of Edmonton is 1,159,869; Calgary with 1,214,839; Winnipeg with 730,018; Regina with 210,556 and Saskatoon with 260,600 in the Canadian prairies....   [tags: ecozones, grasslands, habitats]

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History Behind Memories : My Grandmother

- History behind Memories The family is an important part of someone 's life; they help shape who that person is. My grandmother is important to my life, and shows me what is valuable in life. From what people struggle with can change your aspect in life. It can teach people that their families can struggle with similar things and they can have the best advice and knowledge to help. My grandmother struggled with living in poverty. My grandmother is a strong person who always there making sure I can stand on my own feet....   [tags: Family, Sibling, Father, Mother]

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The Von Trapp Family Singers

- The Sound of Music is a timeless classic that has captivated the attention of many ages. Based off the beginning events of Maria von Trapp’s book The Story of the Von Trapp Family Singers, the overall view of the Von Trapp family in the film is kept intact. Maria Augusta Kutschera joined the family in 1926 as a tutor to the children and later married their father, former Navy officer, Georg von Trapp. As World War II progressed, the family became more well known for their musical talent, which was the focus of The Sound of Music....   [tags: music, broadway]

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Conflicts in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls

- Conflicts in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls           Ernest Hemingway's novel For Whom the Bell Tolls is often called a war novel, but it would be more accurate to call it a novel about conflicts-the many conflicts that take place within a war. The most fundamental conflict of any war is the struggle between life and death. This struggle is mirrored in the relationship between Robert Jordan and Maria. Jordan is depicted as the coldly rational soldier whose wartime work always comes first, but Maria is portrayed as a personification of the natural abundance of the living world....   [tags: For Whom the Bell Tolls Essays]

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New Day Ranch

- Boots crunch in the leaves signaling the start of a new day’s work. Maria is the owner of the New Day Ranch, a sanctuary for horses of all kinds. She wakes up every morning at the crack of dawn to tend to the dozen horses that reside at the Ranch. It is almost winter and she wanted the horses to enjoy the time they had outside before it would snow. Maria opened up the stables to let the horses out into the pasture accompanied by her two dogs Max and Twilly. She pulled them by the bridle, two at a time until the six that slept inside were freed into the fenced in fields....   [tags: Creative Writing Essay]

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Narrative Style and Character in James Joyce's Clay

- Narrative Style and Character in James Joyce's Clay For many readers, one of the most appealing factors within literature is often the dynamic representation of character. The idiosyncrasies and appearance of characters are often depicted in great depth and presented with a particular bias in mind. The brief format of the short story does not allow for great lengths of detail to be included therefore, alternate writing styles are used. James Joyce adopts the free and indirect narrative technique to present the story of Maria the suppressive spinster in his short story "Clay." This particular approach influences the reader to sympathize with Joyc...   [tags: Papers]

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Nobel Prize Winner Marie Curie

- Maria Salomea Sklodowska also known as Marie Curie which was her married name. She was born on November 7, 1867. She had married Pierre Curie which was on 1895 at the age of 26 ( I think). Marie Curie and Pierre curie had discovered/ invented the elements polonium and radium. Her parents were both teachers. She was the most famous scientist on her years. Maria was born on Warsaw. For her to study she had to go to Paris to study physics and mathematics. Her and her husband were investigating radioactivity....   [tags: Biography]

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Human Nature in I Only Came To Use The Phone, and The Lord of the Flies

- In the Lord of the Flies and “I Only Came to Use the Phone” both authors create mini societies to portray the anarchy and the dehumanized, savage behavior going on in the outside world. Though both authors set out to show this human nature, Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, is more effective in doing so by placing objects from civilization on the island that bring out savage characteristics. These are characteristics that are hidden until isolation occurs. Golding is found more effective in showing the human nature as savage by placing fire on the island....   [tags: garcia marquez, william golding]

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The Rights Of Speech By Tinker V. Des Moines And West Virginia Board Of Education V

- The question presented to the Court is whether the First Amendment’s freedom of speech gives a high school principal the ability to suspend a female student who wore a tuxedo to school as a form of protest, even if the only disruptions apparently caused by the student’s clothing were notes being passed during class and a few laughing classmates, and if by suspending her, does it violate her rights presented by the First Amendment. The Court has deemed that the case can be resolved based on case precedent, including Tinker V....   [tags: First Amendment to the United States Constitution]

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Innocence Lost: Lord of the Flies, and I Only Came To Use The Phone

- Innocence Lost Does anyone really know when they lose their innocence. Sometimes, other times it flies right by some people like the kids in the lord of the flies and Maria in I only came to use the phone. The boys in the lord of the flies and Maria in I only came to use the phone were innocent and haven’t completely lost it yet and had no idea that they were about to lose it. A little group of the boys started to disregard their duties showing they care less about being rescued. When Maria sees more of the Sanatorium and what happens inside it she starts to lose herself because of everything she’s seeing....   [tags: literary analysis, william golding]

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William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet And Laurent 's West Side Story

- The archetypal tragedy of two star-crossed lovers, separated by familial hate, is a recurring theme, which never fails to capture the minds of the audience. It is only at great cost, through the death of the central characters that these feuding families finally find peace. This is an intriguing idea, one antithetical. I have chosen to analyze both Shakespeare 's Romeo and Juliet and Laurent 's West Side Story. The purpose of this essay is showing how the spoken language is utilized in these different plays to meet differing objectives....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, Romeo Montague, Juliet Capulet]

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Meg Bogin's The Women Troubadours

- Meg Bogin's The Women Troubadours What is Bieiris de Romans’ speaker seeking from the woman, Maria, about whom Bieiris writes. More generally, what are female troubadours as a whole seeking from their loves, and their craft. Meg Bogin, in her The Women Troubadours, asserts that “their poems were addressed to women… to whom they vowed eternal homage and obedience. In exchange for their prostration, the troubadours expected to be ennobled, enriched, or simply made ‘better’” (Bogin, 9). Is the poetry of female troubadours less about the women being addressed and more about the troubadours themselves....   [tags: Meg Bogin Women Troubadours Essays]

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Conflict Between A Supervisor And An Employee Worker

- Conflict can occur anywhere and at any place, and recently there has been an ongoing conflict that has been manifesting at work, between a supervisor and an employee, and I am stuck in the middle of their conflict. For the past few months, a coworker has been moved from seat to seat, all over the call center. At first, the conflict was very difficult to see, however, between the supervisor and the employee, atmosphere of tension was felt when interaction was made. The employee, Ana Maria, began showing acts of defiance against her supervisor’s instructions, and additionally began spreading her discontent with fellow employees....   [tags: Conflict, Employment, Conflict management]

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Literary Analysis of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

- Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is a play with themes that parallel the folly of the festival it is named after. The main storyline of the plot plays on this a lot by mixing up the stereotypes around gender that were very present at the time. However, a sub-plot involving secondary characters defines this theme even more. It takes the idea even further by relating servants’ attempts to blur the lines between social classes. Twelfth Night’s Maria and Malvolio both have great aspirations to rise above their social class....   [tags: Twelfth Night]

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The Lives of Others

- ‘Das Leben der Anderen’ (The Lives of Others) is a striking example of how a director can convey narrative links within a film by employing various styles and film techniques. The Lives of Others relies upon these visual means to assist with the telling of the story as much as it relies upon the script. In this selected sequence of the film, several narrative links are drawn here to form the conclusion of ‘Operation Lazlo’. These narrative links are further cemented by Donnersmarck’s use of various lighting styles, diegtic and non-diegtic sound, revealing camera shots and intricate mise-en-scene....   [tags: Film Analysis, Techniques, Style]

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Literary Analysis: Clay and The Dead

- Literary Analysis: Clay and The Dead In the fifteen Dubliners stories, city life, religion, friends and family bring hope to individuals discovering what it means to be human. Two stories stood out in James Joyce’s Dubliners. One story attempts to mislead readers as it is hard to follow and the other story is the most famous story in the book. In the stories “Clay” and “The Dead,” James Joyce uses escape themes to deal with the emotions of the characters, Maria and Gabriel living in the Dublin society....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Should Parents Be Allow The Medial Procedure, Not Parents?

- Teenagers should be allow to decide the medial procedure, not parents. In both cases they are similar, but the situation is different. It is hard to determine if a child who are between the ages of 13 to 17 to make decision on their behave. Usually the parents are the one that should make the decision on the child 's behave. In the reading, it stated, "If there is one Golden Rule of contemporary bioethics, it is that competent adults are legally and ethically empowered to make health care decisions for themselves." (Contemporary Moral Problems,164 )Adults are able to make tough decision because they have experiences difficult decision and the consequences of their decision....   [tags: Morality, Ethics, Decision making, Religion]

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Twelfth Night

- In Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and in Molière’s The Imaginary Invalid, two ladies are presented, that are not necessarily the leading protagonist, but they help unravel the plays’ plots into something amazing. Twelfth Night features Maria, the lady in waiting to Olivia. At first Maria comes off as a dilettante, later on we find out that’s not the case at all. Meanwhile, in The Imaginary Invalid, there is the disputatious Toinette, who is the maidservant and nurse to the imaginary invalid himself, Argan....   [tags: Literature, Shakespeare]

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Horrible Societies: Lord of the Flies, and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- A considerable amount of author’s use their own unique writing style to prove a point, share an opinion, and establish a theme. Lord of the flies and I Only Came to Use the Phone is no different. They use certain symbols such as the conch, the beast, Herculina, and the sanatorium to show the cruelty that happens within these societies. The authors show exactly how these societies would be considered inhumane and cruel, following with the effects of these horrible societies. In Lord of the Flies and I Only Came to Use the Phone, Golding and Marquez use explicit symbolism to show how cruel and inhuman these societies are towards their inhabitants, following along with the gruesome effects tha...   [tags: Symbolism, Writing Techniques]

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Patient with Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder

- Index Diagnostic Impressions Medical Conditions Psychosocial Factors Case Conceptualization Assessment Recommendation Treatment Recommendations Works Cited Diagnostic Impressions: Borderline Personality Disorder; R/O Substance Abuse Disorder and Persistent Depressive Disorder Medical Conditions: Arm and leg lacerations, digestive tract irritation as result of toxic elements ingested, gastric suction, effects of alcohol use, effects of cocaine use, and effects of physical abuse through Ecchymosis Psychosocial Factors: History of physical and verbal abuse, parental disapproval, academic problems, moving to a new country, cultural differences, language differences, withdrawal from peers...   [tags: Patient Case Conceptualization]

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Infant With Respiratory Difficulties

- Name of Body System and Developmental Age: Infant Respiratory Patient Presentation: Include historical information including family history and genetic considerations, background as well as symptomology and tentative diagnosis. Maria is a six month old infant girl who was born at 40 weeks weighing 7 lbs. 4 oz. and 21 inches long. She is developmentally on track and up to date on all immunizations. Maria currently weighs 15 lbs. and 5 oz. and is 24 inches. She is breast feed and eats baby cereal in the morning....   [tags: nursing diagnosis with rationale]

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The Impossible: Movie Analysis

- ... Maria and Lucas found a little boy called Daniel and they took him with them. A few hours later they saw a man and who helped them taking Maria to a hospital. Meanwhile Henry was with the two little ones searching for Lucas and Maria, but he noticed that he had to leave the boys so he could move and search faster in all the hospitals of the region. Henry decided to leave the boys with a couple but they couldn’t keep them so they put the boys on a truck with the other kids that were found on the way....   [tags: Tsunami, Survival, Film]

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A Bilingual Childhood By Richard Rodriguez

- Schools should build on the experience and knowledge that children bring into the classroom, and instruction should also promote children’s abilities and talents. (Jim Cummins). Since Maria came from Mexico the teacher can incorporate Mexican heritage in the lessons. In Ms. O’really’s English class reading books written by Mexican authors and also allow Maria to translate some words in Spanish to the class would be a fun activity. It will promote social interaction and as well make her feel comfortable using her mother tongue in the classroom and not just at home....   [tags: Gender, Education, Gender role, Male]

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Analysis of Setting in Lord of the Flies and I Only Came To Use The Phone

- There are many different fears that one may have including: Monophobia, the fear of being alone, Agoraphobia, the fear of being in crowded places, and Achluophobia, the fear of being in the dark. While looking at these different phobias, one may notice that they all are specific ways that a person may act depending on the setting they are in. It is common for authors to place their characters in a designated setting to reveal the most basic traits of human conduct. In Lord of the Flies, William Golding establishes to his readers the type of isolation that a group of young boys would feel by putting them on a deserted island with no adults, having to adapt to the setting, and learn to survive...   [tags: monophobia, garcia marquez, william golding]

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Importance of Setting: Lord of the Flies, and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- Reciprocity between the setting and action brings great meaning and compelling thought to both William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies and the short story “I Only Came to Use the Phone” by Gabriel García Márquez. For within the storylines of these two works, setting dictates the actions, ideas and moral decisions made by the characters. As the settings transition, they directly influence character decision-making, but in ways only the reader sees. The Beach represents a place of balance and democracy....   [tags: literary analysis, william golding]

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Comparison: Lord of the Flies and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- Oscar Wilde once said, “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” What a twisted, convoluted idea to wrap one’s mind around but nevertheless an idea worth entertaining. As humans the pursuit of the truth is one of the journeys that each individual must undertake. Humankind is obsessed with the truth. Humans have fought wars, killed rulers, and established nations in the name of the truth. Why is mankind so thirsty for the truth. The truth leads to enlightenment and ultimately inner peace....   [tags: Honesty, Isolation, Society]

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Lord of the Flies and I Only Came to Use the Phone

- In Lord of the Flies and “I Only Came to Use the Phone”, the setting and actions of the characters work together. Both are used to show the many cases of irony in the stories. The irony in both stories reveals the true and basic nature in all humans. First, the authors show readers irony through the customs that the isolated characters bring with them from their previous homes. Ideally, the setting that Maria and all the boys come from represents civilization and order. It is seen that in the beginning, the character’s actions still reflect their old home....   [tags: lord of the flies, william golding ]

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"Romeo and Juliet" and "West Side Story": A Thematic Comparison

- Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story share many similar themes. Romeo and Juliet both chronicle a story of overcoming prejudice and hatred, forbidden love, and defying stereotypes that nobody thought could be broken. The two stories are similar in a multitude of ways, even though their settings are centuries apart- Romeo and Juliet set in the 1500’s, and West Side Story set in the 1950’s. Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story both teach a lesson of how prejudice can teach you how to hate, and how one of your rivals may be the one who helps you remember how to love....   [tags: Literary Themes]

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The Family Suffering A Tragic Loss

- Social worker was only called to the home because of lack of concern the teacher and principal had for the kid’s safety because of Tony acting up and Maria spending time alone. Tony was being disrecptful towards the teacher and assault other kids. One main factor that school called DCF due to grandparents being old and can’t look after the kids like they supposed to be looked after. When kids live in older house with old people they tend to act up and show they true colors due to the fact that grandparents can’t monitor what’s really going on with the kids....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Death, Old age]

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Who Was The Most Important People?

- Throughout life everyone goes through major stages of human development without realizing. Usually we are too busy to pay attention to the small things in life till we get to a certain age where we have time to evaluate our time here on earth which is called life review. The Life Review process is described as “calling up past experiences with the goal of achieving greater understanding (Berk, 481).” This step usually happens when a person is older, and they start to live in the past to ignore the truth that death is sooner than later....   [tags: Death, Marriage, Thought, Adult]

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Caterpillars to Butterflies: A Metamorphosis

- From the secretive government agent who foils the plans of dastardly supervillains to the Prince Charming who saves Disney princesses, courage invokes many spectacular images in people’s minds. Yet courage appears in subtler forms as well – the resident nerd awkwardly asking a crush to Prom, the belittled girl holding her head up high amidst gossip, or the concerned citizen stopping to fix a broken-down vehicle on the roadside. As a past resident of the Dominican Republic during Trujillo’s regime, Julia Alvarez understands these differing types of courage, and this knowledge permeates through the pages of her book, In the Time of the Butterflies....   [tags: Julia Alvarez, Time of the Butterflies]

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Differences in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and the Movie West Side Stories

- FIrst and foremost, there is a difference between the musical West SIde Story directed by Jerome Robbins and the play Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare seen in the first scene of each. In Shakespeare’s tragic play, two houses are feuding. The two royal houses are the Capulets and the Montagues. Juliet is a Capulet and Romeo is a Montague. And then in West Side Story, there are two gangs in New York that each lover’s family is a part of. Maria’s brother is a part of the Puerto Rican gang called ‘The Sharks’ and her lover, Tony, was a part of the caucasian gang ‘The Jets’....   [tags: houses, gangs, married, balcony, couples]

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A Short Note On Diabetes And Its Effects On The United States

- Antonio is a 94 year old retired Hispanic male, widowed with one adult daughter, he is diabetic and referred for weight loss and the inability to get out of bed. Antonio is frail and walks with the assistance of a walker. Antonio resides alone. There is no alleged history of heavy drinking, depression or shows any form of irritability. The daughter, Maria has concerns that he does not remember to take his medication. He has lost weight of 15 pounds in the past 4 months, and has sounding intoxicated on two different occasions over the past week....   [tags: Family, Marriage, Mother, The Age]

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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story

- In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet the audience learns that love is both a creative and destructive force, through the deaths of two young and in love teens and those around them. The play starts out in Verona with a feud between two families, the Capulets, and the Montagues. Romeo is a Montague, while Juliet is a Capulet. Their relationship was doomed from the beginning and there are many deaths all leading up to the deaths of themselves.Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins’ West Side Story teaches us that everyone has control of their own life and to make the most out of it....   [tags: contrast, character portrayal, analysis]

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Slavery Still Exists? By Kevin Bales And Ron Soodalter

- Slavery still exists. According to Kevin Bales and Ron Soodalter, authors of the excerpt ' 'Slavery in the Land of the Free ' ' extracted from Rereading America in terms of how widespread the problem of human trafficking is in the United States, we should consider that the term slavery has developed a new meaning and we now have two completely different things we can compare and contrast to; the old and new age of slavery. Authors, Bales and Soodalter claim how slavery still exists in today 's society....   [tags: Slavery, Human trafficking, Debt bondage]

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Romeo and Juliet / West Side Story - A Comparison / Contrast

- Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and West Side Story both have a lot in common as well as major differences that set them apart. Although West Side Story is a direct rendition of Shakespeare's original play, many of the themes and symbols are altered to fit the modern perspective. The characters have a direct correlation to each other, yet racial issues give them a new light. Many of the events also reflect each other, yet small differences give them uniqueness. West Side Story differs from Romeo and Juliet in characterizations, plot sequences, and themes....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Fairy Tales And Their Purpose

- Fairy Tales and Their Purpose Fairy Tales are made of many different ideas. There is no exact author because there are many versions. The beauty about Tales is that anybody can make it their own. Because ones imagination is unique, many come up with ideas to slightly alter the tale to make it their very own. very always leave the readers thinking, and leaves the reader to interpret a moral. There are many different lessons an audience can take from just one tale. However, Different versions of “Snow White” are comparable to each other because they all show the positive and negative aspects of the expectations that society has on each gender....   [tags: Woman, Gender role, Female, Girl]

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Mexico And The United States

- Within the United States there is a huge diversity of cultures. Culture is many different things, it is a tradition, it is the values and beliefs passed down from generation to generation, and culture is the identity of any country. Culture helps to identify one cultural group from the other. Although we may live in the same country,city, or state we still differ from one another by the way we dress, our beliefs, language, traditions, music, art, food, religion, and politics. Although the United States share a common border with Mexico there are many differences within their cultures....   [tags: United States, English language, Culture, Mexico]

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Women's Education in Mansfield Park

- Women's Education in Mansfield Park       In Mansfield Park, Jane Austen presents three different kinds of formal education for women. Two of these have the ultimate goal of marriage, while the third is, possibly, as close to a gentleman's education as a woman's could be. Although there is some overlapping of these three types, each one is, basically, embodied in one of the major female characters -- Maria Bertram, Mary Crawford, and Fanny Price -- to show the follies and the triumphs of each....   [tags: Mansfield Park Essays]

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Metropolis: An Influential Film Masterpiece

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Jars of Clay

- In the celebrated poem by American author Wallace Stevens, “Anecdote of the Jar,” we are driven to examine and understand the many symbolic connotations of “the jar” in its particular placement upon a hill; those of which may potentially coincide with the many interpretations of this world. While “the jar” represents many ideas corresponding to our paradigms of how we perceive our world, the most profound idea to me is the notion of emptiness which parallels the reality of emptiness in the prose “Clay” by James Joyce....   [tags: Poetry]

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Women as Sexual Objects in Metropolis

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Reading "Clay" Ironically

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Dealing With Major Depression

- Dealing with Major Depression Depression is an illness that involves your whole body. It controls your thoughts, mood, and body. It will affect the way you sleep, eat and feel about him or herself. The person thinks they are not worthy of anything. People with depression do not have the ability to pull themselves out of the rut they feel they are in. They lose interest in every aspect of their lives; they no longer feel joy or happiness when they are around their loved one. They tend to either over eat or starve themselves....   [tags: Emotion, Depression, Sadness]

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A Speech on One of These Days by Pink Floyd

- I really don’t like to give speeches, especially in front of all my friends, but I knew that once I walked into my 2nd period advanced English class, I would have to. I knew that what was about to come after I was finished reading it, was not going to be pretty. I could imagine that what I was about to read would stick with me for the rest of my high school career at Nelsonville-York high school with all of my friends teasing me about it, and my teacher, Mrs. Maria , teaching all of her future freshman classes of what not to write about....   [tags: english class, lossen up]

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Analysis Of ' A Doll House ' By Josefina Lopez

- Women have been given by society certain set of duties, which although change through time, tend to stay relatively along the same lines of stereotypical women activities. In “A Doll House” and “Simply Maria” we see the perpetuation of these forms of behavior as an initial way of life for the two protagonists. Nonetheless; we see a progression towards liberation and self discovery towards the development as a human being by breaking the rules of society. Such attitudes soon find opposing forces....   [tags: Woman, Gender role, Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House]

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When Obsession Becomes Deadly: The Life of Marie Curie

- When Obsession Becomes Deadly: The Life of Marie Curie Marie Curie, a pioneer in her field and Nobel Prize winning Chemist, took a path that few women of her time dared and unfortunately, her passion for Science would be her ultimate demise. From birth to death Marie Curie lived a full life, with love, work, and passion at the center. Maria Skłodowska was born in Warsaw, Poland, on 7 November 1867, the fifth and youngest child of well-known teachers Bronisława and Władysław Skłodowski. Maria's father was an atheist and her mother a devout Catholic....   [tags: biography, scientist, biographical essay]

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The Dominican Republic And Puerto Plata And Punta Cana

- The Dominican Republic is located in the Caribbean. It is half of the island of Hispaniola (the other half being Haiti). Many parts of the Dominican Republic are now seen as popular vacation spots (Puerto Plata and Punta Cana). The Dominican Republic has the most visitors in the Caribbean. The country is beautiful; with breathtakingly gorgeous beaches and unique geography. Not only is the geography diverse, but the people are as well. Dominican people come in all different races. The beauty of the Dominican Republic’s county is apparent....   [tags: Dominican Republic, Mirabal sisters]

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The Journey Of A Mexican Girl 's Land

- The autobiography Journey of Hope Memoirs of a Mexican Girl and the documentary short “Children in No Man’s Land” has brought into light three important topics that are results of immigration. The first is the “American dream” and the notion of yearning to migrate abroad to seek dreams formed by misconceptions of the limited knowledge one has of their destination. The second is assimilation and the process of assimilating oneself to their new homeland. The third is a unique situation presented in both these works, which is estrangement from their family members....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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Role of Women in the Scientific Revolution

- Maria Sibylla Merian was an early biologist. She was the daughter of Matthäus Merian, a Swiss artist and publisher. Matthäus died when Maria was three, and her mother remarried Jacob Marrel, a painter, who taught and encouraged Maria in the arts. As a child, she loved to go with her stepfather to collect wildflowers and insects, but unlike her stepfather, Maria also liked to study the specimens. She published her first book of drawings of different species and different stages in their life cycle at age thirteen, and published five more in her lifetime....   [tags: Catherine Barton, scientist, gender]

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The Book Of Life By Northrop Frye

- In the movie, The Book of Life, there is an ability to compare the concepts and the plot of the movie to the ideas that Northrop Frye discusses in his lectures called The Educated Imagination. This would be through comparing Fryes levels of the mind to the three main characters in the movie which are Manolo, Maria, and Joaquin. Other key concepts are relating conventions found in The Book of Life to previous literature and films, creating meaning of images and symbols seen in the movie and how they can be associated to our daily lives, and making a comparison between the main characters horizontal and vertical perspectives and their relation to the human perspectives that have previously bee...   [tags: Meaning of life, Mind, Life, Psychology]

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Being A Thrust Stage - Original Writing

- As I entered the Margeson Theatre, the first thing I thought of was how intimate it felt due to the Theatre being a thrust stage, in which the audience is located on three sides of the stage with it extending out from the center (Wilson, 77). Due to the accessibility of the stage, an audience member could simply walk onto the stage from their chair when trying to head out to the bathroom, which Martinez and Starr warned would cause them to become part of a dance or fight scene if they got up during the play....   [tags: Color, Light, White, Yellow]

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The Characters Of I'm Not Scared

- Michele Amitrano Michele's compassion is his most prominent characteristic that makes him appealing to the reader. Throughout the novel, he exhibits empathy well beyond his years, often making readers forget that he is just nine. This can be seen clearly in three main instances. First, when he goes after his sister when she has fallen over (pg. 4) despite his own fears. Secondly, offering to complete the forfeit in place of Barbra when Skull forces her to complete an embarrassing forfeit. Finally, and most evidently, when he takes care of Filippo....   [tags: Movie Film Characters]

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William Shakespeare 's Romeo And Juliet

- In the story of Romeo and Juliet, romantic love is portrayed by different artists. Love has the capability to complete someone or destroy someone; both things happen in the story of Romeo and Juliet. In the final scene, love tears both partners apart and ends in a beautiful tragedy. The play Romeo and Juliet, the ballet Romeo and Juliet, and West Side Story portray romantic love with different methods in the final scene, using dialogue, action, music, and choreography. I. The play Romeo and Juliet Playwright: William Shakespeare uses dialog, action, A....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, Romance, KILL, Love]

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