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The Land of the Rising Sun: Japan

- The Land of the Rising Sun, Japan, is an island located in the Pacific Ring of Fire. Surrounded by water, this archipelago is nearly 71% mountainous. The climate of Japan is fairly consistent creating a long growing season. Because of these specific geographic features, Japan’s culture has been impacted greatly. One of the largest sources of protein, for the Japanese, is fish. This source of protein is gained through the help of specific geographic features. As well as their diet, their source of relaxation and tranquility is made possible....   [tags: Land of the Rising Sun, Japan, geography, ]

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Conflict in the play A Rising in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

- Conflict in the play A Rising in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry In "A Rising in the Sun" (Lorraine Hansberry) we find three main conflicts within the play. These conflicts are interrelated and emerge mainly from one primer issue – Racism. In this essay, I will highlight these three conflicts and explain their connection. First, I will explain the conflict of family. Second, I will explain the conflict of money. Third, I will explain the conflict of racism and how the first two could be seen as a "by-product" of it....   [tags: A Rising in the Sun Plays Conflict Essays]

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John Donne's The Sun Rising

- John Donne's "The Sun Rising" In his poem, "The Sun Rising," Donne immerses the reader into his transmuted reality with an apostrophe to the "busy old fool, unruly sun" that "through curtains" calls upon him, seizing him from the bliss which "no season knows." This bliss, a passionate love, stimulates him to reinvent reality within the confines of his own mind, a wishful thinking from which he does not readily depart, much like a sleepy child clings to the consequences of a dream. In his address to the sun, he bids "the saucy, pedantic wretch" "go chide late schoolboys, and sour prentices," resembling a petulant youth imploring for more time to slumber....   [tags: Sun Rising Essays]

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John Donne's The Sun Rising

- John Donne's The Sun Rising Critics of John Donne's "The Sun Rising" often note that the poem's displacement of the outside world in favor of two lovers' inner world serves to support its overall theme: the centrality of human love amidst a permanent physical universe. In an essay entitled "John Donne," Achsah Guibbory supports this reading of the poem, stating, "The world of love contains everything of value; it is the only one worth exploring and possessing. Hence the microcosmic world of love becomes larger and more important than the macrocosm" (135)....   [tags: Donne Sun Rising Essays]

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The On The Rising Sun

- With the Rising Sun A light breeze chased fall leaves down the alley of the Extra Room storage facility, rattling the aluminum doors of the storage lockers. Frank walked along the asphalt path listing to Chicago as he did his final security check for the evening. After 4 months working as a security guard Frank had realized he is more than ready to go back to school. For the last 3 years he has worked odd jobs passing time since dropping out of school. The glow from the rising sun had begun to turn the sky from a black to a pale purple just on the horizon....   [tags: Security guard, Security, Automobile, Driveway]

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To His Coy Mistress by Marvell and The Sun Rising by Donne

- To His Coy Mistress by Marvell and The Sun Rising by Donne In both of these poems, language is used to a very good effect. In "To His Coy Mistress" the language is used to try and win his lovers heart, so that they can make love before the time has passed where it is impossible to do so. In "The Sun Rising" the language is used to depreciate the Sun and to express the feelings the man has for his lover. Both poems seem to argue with something within the poem. In 'To His Coy Mistress' the man is arguing against time, saying there isn't enough, and therefore he and his lover should make love while they still can....   [tags: Coy Mistress Sun Rising Poetry Essays]

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The Rising Sun and Death be not Proud by John Donne

- ... He extends this metaphor throughout the poem. In the second last line of the poem he says to death: “One short sleepe past, wee wake eternally.” (13). Line 13 completely defeats the purpose of death; it even redefines the word. The speaker is telling death that we will wake up from the sleep of death and experience eternal life. On the dark topic of death, Donne manages to shines a light on humanity on it. The lesson taught in the poem is that there is no need to fear death, because “...Death shall be no more, death thou shalt die!” (14)....   [tags: elizabethan era, sonnets]

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Belonging in As You Like It and Woman Before the Rising Sun

- Belonging is the fundamental nature of humans longing to be confident in social situations and deals with a balance of rejection and acceptance. A true sense of belonging can only be found once you’re on the outside of society. Williams Shakespeare's Play, ‘As You Like It’ (early 1600s) through the character of Rosalind, demonstrates rejection and acceptance as well as individuality similarly to the way Casper David Friedrich has represented this concept of belonging in his painting, ‘Woman before the Rising Sun’ (1818-20)....   [tags: classics, shakespeare]

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Morning Calm Rising Sun

- The contemporary nations of South Korea and Japan have been the home to two of the oldest and most cultured societies in human history. The vast East China Sea that has separated the two countries caused the evolution of two different civilizations, dissimilar by language, food, tradition, and culture. Although this may be true at first glance, a deeper probing of these two nations reveals many striking similarities, even in areas that may seem contrary. The culture of Japan is a mix of old traditions and new, modern trends....   [tags: Asian History]

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The Novel Rising Sun

- I read the novel Rising Sun by Michael Crichton. The story is about the grand opening of the Nakamoto Tower in Los Angeles, the new American headquarters of a Japanese corporation. On the night of the opening a young girl was killed on the forty-sixth floor, one story above the floor of the party. The Japanese liaison, Lieutenant Peter James Smith, was called to help the investigation begin, as the Japanese businessmen tried to stall the police. Though the story is about a homicide investigation, the underlying theme is one of business deals, both corrupt and proper....   [tags: Michael Chrichton]

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The Sun Rising And The Good Morrow

- The second stanzas in “The Sun Rising” and “The Good Morrow” develop Donne’s view that “the human being [is a] self-contained system” linked to a comprehensive global and cosmic network (McDuffie 2). As the speaker in “The Sun Rising” continues his jeering apostrophe, he manages to reverse the conceit and claim that he is more powerful than the sun. By a mere blinking of his eyes the speaker can choose to occlude the sun’s questionable “beams, so reverend and strong” (Donne “The Sun Rising” 11)....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Metaphysical poets, John Donne]

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The Sun Rising by John Donne

- “The Sun Rising” by John Donne is an aubade all about two lovers getting woken up by the sun when all they want to do is lay in bed all day. The entire poem is the speaker, presumably Donne himself, is talking to the sun and telling him to go away. This poem is broken into three stanzas with a rhyme scheme of ABBACDCDEE. Each of those stanzas represents what Donne is telling the sun to do, which is, to go away, I am stronger than you, and that he and his lover are the center of the world. Donne uses diction throughout all three stanzas to make his three points and to give the overall point of the poem, that love is not affected by time....   [tags: story and character analysis]

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Rising Sun

- Business is War: Rising Sun by Michael Crichton Biography: Michael Crichton Michael Crichton was born in Chicago, Illinois on October 23, 1942. His siblings consisted of two sisters, Kimberly and Catherine, and one brother, Douglas. While growing up in Roslyn, New York, he was influenced by his dad’s will for him to type and write. The Internet Movie Database states that “…his father was a journalist and encouraged him to type and write.” (IMDb.com, Inc.). Considering he was a journalist himself, he wanted his son to follow in his footsteps....   [tags: Michael Crichton]

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The Flea and The Sun Rising

- The metaphysical era in poetry started in the 17th century when a number of poets extended the content of their poems to a more elaborate one which investigated the principles of nature and thought. John Donne was part of this literary movement and he explored the themes of love, death, and religion to such an extent, that he instilled his own beliefs and theories into his poems. His earlier works, such as The Flea and The Sunne Rising, exhibit his sexist views of women as he wrote more about the physical pleasures of being in a relationship with women....   [tags: Literary Analysis, John Donne]

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Love Interpretation in The Sun Rising and The Canonization

- What pops into your mind when you hear the word love. When people hear the word love many people think of romantic love. The word love has many other interpretations such as loving your neighbor, loving of one’s nation, and loving of God. People need to avoid thinking about something as important as love so superficially. Both John Donne’s “The Canonization” and “The Sun Rising” use metaphors to deal with whether the nature of love and whether it is really mysterious. While Donne’s “The Sun Rising” focuses on romantic love, his poem “The Canonization” delves into the many facets of love beyond the mere romantic such as being consumed by love, dying by it, and being reborn through love....   [tags: love, loving, poetry, canonization]

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The Sun Rising

- “The Sun Rising” The 17th century gave birth to a new school of poetry, that was led a by a brilliant poet, John Donne. John Donne’s unconventional style of writing and unorthodox ways of expression have inspired great controversies since then, but at the same time elevated him to a title not given to many ordinary poets. John Donne is amongst few poets who have been named metaphysical poets. “The Sun Rising” is a complex poem, which successfully demonstrates many of the qualities of metaphysical poetry....   [tags: English Literature]

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Not Just A Rising Sun:

- America is a Country based on diversity and immigration of many cultures creating a melting pot people from all over the world living together in freedom. The Asian American ethnic group is also based on diversity and different immigration patterns of different cultures all representing each other under one name Asian American. Asian Americans have a very diverse history and have different subgroups that have different social status. This essay will discuss and analyze the history of and how Asian Americans and subgroups are affected differently by discrimination and prejudices, and have different identities that can lead to different assimilation into American Culture and economy....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Sun Rising by John Donne

- The Sun Rising by John Donne "The Sun Rising" by John Donne uses figurative, rhetorical and hyperbole techniques to demonstrate the displacement of the outside world in favor of two lovers' inner world and how the sun fulfils its duties by revolving around their bedroom. Donne uses figurative language throughout the poem. The first stanza compares the sun to a "Busy old fool" (1) and "Through windows, and through curtains call on us?" (3) is figurative language for eyes. A wink allows the sun to come into the lovers' inner world....   [tags: Poetry]

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The Tones The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress

- The Tones The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress The sun rising John Donne (1572-1631) I feel that this poem is written from a perspective that gives the sun power, however it also makes the king sound of great power and importance almost to rival the sun. I am incline to believe that the poet would or might have been commissioned by the king to write poems, so that fact that the king is seen as all powerful in the poem would please him. I believe that the poem and its individual verses give a different aura for each of themselves....   [tags: Papers]

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An Analysis of "The Sun Rising," by John Donne

- "The Sun Rising," by John Donne, is a lyric poem about two lovers. The poem is divided into three stanzas, each ten lines long. The rhyme scheme in each stanza is ABBACDCDEE. This is a dramatic poem where the speaker and his lover are in bed together. The speaker personifies the sun, and is speaking to it throughout the poem. As the sunlight comes through the windows, the speaker tells the sun to leave them alone. He seems to feel that their life together is complete, and that the sun is being a nuisance....   [tags: Poetry]

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Metaphysical Conceit in John Donne's The Sun Rising

- Metaphysical Conceit in John Donne's The Sun Rising Have you ever been in love. Have you ever felt a love so strong that nothing else seemed to matter. I hope that you have, but if you haven't, John Donne's poem, "The Sun Rising", gives a revealing glimpse into the emotional roller coaster that is true love. In the poem, Donne uses what is called a "metaphysical conceit" to emphasize the strength of the devotion between him and his lover. A metaphysical conceit is a metaphor extended to extreme, almost absurd lengths, so it makes sense for it to be used to describe intense feelings such as the devotion of two lovers....   [tags: Papers]

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From Stars and Stripes to Rising Sun: A Study of Patent Laws in the United States and Japan

- From Stars and Stripes to Rising Sun: A Study of Patent Laws in the United States and Japan Introduction There is no question that the United States and Japan are technological leaders of the world. They are two of the nations with the highest annual number of intellectual property patents granted.1 Both nations have achieved such great successes in the world of intellectual property as a result of a variety of reasons. Among these reasons is the encouragement of innovation and invention with monetary benefits in return....   [tags: Patent Laws Japan USA Essays]

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John Donne: The Creator of Metaphysical Poetry

- John Donne is recognized as being the poet who broke the Petrarchan tradition in England and created a new style of poetry: Metaphysical (The Norton Anthology of English Literature, 581, 585-586; TNAEL throughout). Metaphysical poems are not a completely new branch of poetry, but an extension of the point of the Elizabethan tradition (pg. 581, 585-586). “The Sun Rising,” by John Donne, is divided into three stanzas, each ten lines long. The rhyme scheme in each stanza is ABBACDCDEE. Lines one, five, and six are metered in iambic tetrameter, line two is in dimeter, and lines three, four, seven, eight, nine, and ten are in pentameter....   [tags: John Donne, Metaphysical, poetry, Sun Rising,]

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Compare the ways in which Donne presents the experience of love in ‘The Sun Rising’ and ‘The Good Morrow’

- In both ‘The Sun Rising’ and ‘The Good Morrow’ Donne presents the experience of love, in a typical Metaphysical style, to engage his reader through sharing his own experiences. These poems show distinctive characteristics of Metaphysical poems which involve colloquial diction, drawing inventive imagery from unconventional sources, passionately analysing relationships and examining feelings. Donne presents the experience of love through conceits, Metaphysical wit, language techniques and imagery, in a confident tone using logical argument....   [tags: Poetry Analysis, Compare, Contrast]

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The Sun Rising by John Donne and To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

- The Sun Rising by John Donne and To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell John Donne and Andrew Marvell were two of the most outstanding of the English Metaphysical poets of their era. In both of the poems to which this piece of extended writing refers, highly intellectual and complex imagery is used to make us discover the hidden meanings behind their unconventional love poetry. Both poems were written at a similar period, and though both authors were similar in ways, there are also points of diversity....   [tags: English Metaphysical poets]

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Portrayal of Love in Sonnet 18, The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress

- Portrayal of Love in Sonnet 18, The Sun Rising and To His Coy Mistress The three poems studied for this, all contain material describing love for a woman. Among this theme are other underlying messages being projected to attentive readers but the theme which will most probably be initially remarked upon or noticed by someone reading these poems for the first time will be their dedication to the female form. Sonnet 18 by Shakespeare begins with what seems like an ode to a special person, we can assume is a women....   [tags: Papers]

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The Sun Also Rises By Ernest Hemingway

- The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway is the story of Jake Barnes, a World War I veteran, and his adventures with his friends and the love of his life, Lady Brett Ashley, as they travel on a vacation from France to Spain. On the night of July fifth, the evening prior to when the passage take place, Jake cannot fall asleep, and is mulling over the lost romantic relationship between himself and Brett, whom he had met during the war, and also the bitterness that erupts from Mike, Brett 's fiancee, when he is drunk; this bitterness is especially directed towards Cohn, Jake 's friend and Brett 's previous affair, which gives Jake mixed feelings on the bitterness and its truth overall....   [tags: Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises, World War II]

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The Significance of the Title of The Sun Also Rises

- The Significance of the Title of The Sun Also Rises A good title is one of the most important elements of a book. A good title can hint at the theme and is something to keep in mind while reading a book itself. A very effective title is one that teases the reader, makes him ponder over its meaning and relationship to the book. One such book/title is The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway. The title suggests an importance of time and a cyclical motif. Yet it also has a hopeful tone, focusing more on beginnings than on endings....   [tags: Hemingway Sun Also Rises Essays]

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The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

- The epigraph to "The Sun Also Rises'; contains a quote from Gertrude Stein, saying: "You are all a lost generation';. This proclamation is juxtaposed with the passage from the beginning of the Book of Ecclesiastes: "One generation passeth away, and another generation cometh: but the earth abideth for ever';. The message of the former quote clearly conveys that the WW1 generation, of which Jake Barns, Robert Cohn, Brett Ashley and Mike Campbell are the representatives, is forever deprived of moral, emotional, spiritual and physical values....   [tags: Sun Also Rises Ernest Hemingway Essays]

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The American Nightmare: Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun

- In Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun”, she uses the African American Younger family as a representation of the entire race’s struggle for the American Dream. America has always had slogans such as “the land of the free” and “liberty and justice for all”. The Younger family is finding out, like generations before them, the American Dream isn’t at all what it seems if you’re black. The family eagerly awaits the insurance check from the death of their father, while living a life of constant struggle and hardships, in a Chicago neighborhood, on the Southside of town....   [tags: Lorraine Hansberry, Raisin in the Sun, racism, ]

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Sun Gazing, Surviving Off of the Sun: Is It Possible and Is It Safe?

- ... These are the safest times to do it, as you are free from the UV and IR rays that are harmful to your eyes. You can choose whichever time is more convenient for you. Sun Gazing during these times can provide you with Vitamin A and D. Vitamin A is extremely good for the health of the eye, which is actually the only Vitamin that the eye requires. Sun Gazing is said to provide better eyesight. Sun Gazing is usually practiced one time in a person's lifetime, spread out through 9 months or so. You can break it up into three phases: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-9 months....   [tags: nourishment, spiritual, tradition, gland]

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Betrayal in George Orwell’s 1984 and Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises

- In a fiction story, when the concept of a “turn of events” is incorporated into the plot, it typically acts as the rising action of plot. The trusted compatriot when turned into the adversary of the protagonist creates not only an element of deception, but also the purest yet most inadequate form of humanity. The elements of the trusted friend and the betraying ally are integrated into George Orwell’s 1984 character of O’Brien and Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises character of Robert Cohn as they contradict their initial characteristics as friends to develop into a traitor to their protagonist....   [tags: The Sun Also Rises, 1984]

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Taxi in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

- Taxi in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises "The taxi went up the hill, passed the lighted square, then on into the dark, still climbing, then leveled out onto a dark street behind St. Etienne du Mont, went smoothly down the asphalt, passed the trees and the sanding bus at the Place de la Contrescarpe, then turned onto the cobbles of the Rue Mouffetard. There we lighted bars and late open shops on each side of the street. We were sitting apart and we jolted close together going down the old street....   [tags: Hemingway Sun Also Rises Essays]

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Sun or Shade Grown Coffee

- According to the International Coffee Organization, “The global spread of coffee growing and drinking began in the Horn of Africa, where, according to legend, coffee trees originated in the Ethiopian province of Kaffa ”("The Story Of Coffee"). Then, it was from this Ethiopian plateau the original shade grown coffee found its way to the Middle East, Europe, and rest of the world through trade and colonization. And, since then the demand of coffee has been rapidly growing along with the rise in global trade, economics, and population to this modern era where coffee has become the second most wanted commodity just after crude oil making a multi-billion dollars coffee industry....   [tags: history of coffee, horn of africa]

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Metaphysical Poetry - the flea + sune rising

- Metaphysical poets use startling juxtapositions in their poetry to create a greater significance in their arguments and intended meanings throughout the poem. John Donne is said to be the unsurpassed metaphysical poet, metaphysical poetry being poetry relating to a group of 17-century English poets whose verse is typified by an intellectually arduous style, admitting extended metaphors and comparing very disparate things. In 17th century England new discoveries were being made and social customs such as men being the dominant over women still applied....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning and The Sunne Rising

- A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning and The Sunne Rising To say that Blake and Donne do not write uplifting poetry is a great injustice to their works. Although some of their poems discuss themes of depressing nature, on a wider scale both Blake and Donne write poetry which is not only uplifting but also inspiring and extremely worthwhile to read. The two main themes covered by these two writers are love and death. The poems which use love as the main theme inspire the reader and offer hope that true love exists and is not a fragment of their imagination....   [tags: Valediction Forbidding Mourning Essays]

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Shutting Out the Sun, by Michael Zielenziger

- When we think of Japan, us Westerners thought about oriental foods, ancestral homes, colorful anime, and strong traditions, but there is something we didn’t know in the societal aspect that happened during the twenty first century. A social phenomenon that is completely unique to the public, which a number of reclusive individuals who have chosen to withdraw from the society and possessing an extreme degree of isolation, this phenomenon is called hikikomori. The word hikikomori specifically means, “pulling away” or “being confined.” In the Unites States this condition is comparable to Acute Social Withdrawal Syndrome....   [tags: Japanese Social Phenomenon: Hikikomori]

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The Effects of Rising Sea Levels

- ... The scientific community is only beginning to understand the many ways, such as this one, that climate change will manifest itself. With demand high for more research, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in 1988. The goal of the IPCC was to investigate the causes and effects of climate change, to determine and understand human impact, and to unify global efforts addressing climate related issues....   [tags: climate, glaciers, warming]

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The Rising Cost of Fossil Fuels

- Currently, Americans are becoming more aware of the changes to the environment that have been taken place over the past 200 years. Storms are becoming stronger, seasons are being coming harder to compare in the similarities of the past and the many aspects of different eco-structures are starting to die off with direct relations from use of burning fossil fuels. Americans are also looking for new ways to save move. Over the past 30 years, rising cost of fuel as forced many people to reconsider current and future financial plans....   [tags: oil, energy consumption, solar energy]

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Byj.b Ni Houlihan By W. B. Yeats And Lady Gregory And The Rising Of The Moon

- Cathleen Ni Houlihan by W. B. Yeats and Lady Gregory and The Rising of the Moon by Lady Gregory demonstrate the impending and never ceasing restlessness of the Irish people and the desire to rebel against British rule. In turn, the playwrights incorporate spirit or spirit-like characters that represent the oppression that the Irish experienced. By the end, the spirit has incited a character to help or follow them in the rebellion. Those who aid the cause of the rebellion are often not supported by anyone else but the spirit....   [tags: William Butler Yeats, Ireland]

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A Raisin in the Sun

- Though there was a heightened sense of tension over civil rights in the late 1950s when A Raisin in the Sun was written, racial inequality is still a problem today. It affects minorities of every age and dynamic, in more ways than one. Though nowadays it may go unnoticed, race in every aspect alters the way African-Americans think, behave, and react as human beings. This is shown in many ways in the play as we watch the characters interact. We see big ideas, failures, and family values through the eyes of a disadvantaged group during an unfortunate time in history....   [tags: literary analysis]

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Green Flash from the Sun

- Many think it's just a myth. Others think it is true but its cause isn't known. Adventurers pride themselves on having seen it. It's a green flash from the Sun. The truth is the green flash does exist and its cause is well understood. Just as the setting Sun disappears completely from view, a last glimmer appears startlingly green. The effect is typically visible only from locations with a low, distant horizon, and lasts just a few seconds. A green flash is also visible for a rising Sun, but takes better timing to spot....   [tags: weather sunset]

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Rising Temperatures Threatens Life on Earth

- Global warming refers to a steady rise in the earth temperature. Life on earth thrives on a temperature of between 30-45 degrees. A rise in the temperature therefore threatens the life on the planet and destabilizes several features that sustain the same. Since 1971, the temperature has risen steadily owing to fraudulent utilization of resources on earth leading to the emission of poisonous gases. The ecology has a mechanism of sustaining the life within it; the earth has an atmosphere that maintains the temperature among other fundamental features of the planet that sustains life (Schlossberg, 55)....   [tags: global warming, emission, environment]

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Literary Analysis of A Raisin in the Sun

- Walter Younger is the most hopeful character throughout the play, A Raisin in the Sun. He has hopes of providing for his family, even if his hopes may not be the best way to go about earning a living. Throughout the play he is always saying how he wants to provide a better life and home for his family. He is so focused on that goal that he fails to realize the impact of his dreams on the remainder of his family. Walter Younger possesses the traits of an African American man living in Chicago during the times of oppression wanting to live the American Dream....   [tags: oppression, happiness, money]

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Love in Andrew Marvell in To His Coy Mistress and John Donne's The Sunne Rising

- Love in Andrew Marvell in To His Coy Mistress and John Donne's The Sunne Rising These two poems, "To His Coy Mistress" and "The Sunne Rising" are similar poems, they are both metaphysical (metaphysical means more than physical) poems written around Shakespeare's time. The main theme of these poems is the same; it is romance and the love of a woman. Yet the two poets have very different opinions on these two things. Within both poems are arguments, in "To His Coy Mistress" it is with the woman and in "The Sunne Rising" it is with the sun....   [tags: Papers]

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Symbolism And Glory Of The Imam

- Expanding on the analogy of the sun and its light to portray the manifestation and glory of the Imam, employed in the concluding line of the preceding verse and commonly used in other Ginans, this verse asserts that just as the rising sun dispels darkness, in the same manner, the manifestation of the Imam quells spiritual darkness and ignorance. The words ravi and a(n)javālo used in the first line mean ‘sun’ and ‘light’ respectively. The word reṇī used in the second line means ‘night’. Thus, the first two lines are a statement of fact that the rising of the sun, dispels darkness and illuminates the earth....   [tags: Sun, Light, Earth, Planet]

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The Impression : Sunrise Is A Beautiful Painting

- When you think about the word “impression”, what does it means to you. It could be a feeling that you get about a person, or an idea you get from reading a book. Everyone has his or her own understanding on impression. However, Monet’s painting the Impression: Sunrise, painted in 1872, changed the way people usually analyze paintings. The Impression: Sunrise is a fascinating painting with lots of content, such as, ships, the sun, the sky, numbers of masts and the buildings (Monet). All these contents show a busy and brisk morning at the Port of Le Harre in France....   [tags: Color, Light, Sun, Green]

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Protection For Life: Learning to Be Sun Smart

- Introduction From the beginning of our lives it is common to hear about how important it is to use sunscreen whenever we are exposed to sunlight or UV rays. This paper is a chance for new information and facts to be brought to your attention, about sunscreen and protection. It will include pieces of information on what stage of life sunscreen protection impacts the most, why it is so important to be aware and continuously of this issue, how it can impact our domains of development, what strategies we can use to help promote protection, and how research of this topic of becoming sun smart has impacted the understanding of human growth and development....   [tags: Health Care ]

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The Importance of Time Throughout History

- Timekeeping has been an integral part of life ever since humans stepped foot on the earth. Once humans realized the difference between night and day, moon phases were used to determine months, changing seasons and record years. Soon humans realized the connection of time with the sun’s position and started using shadows to keep time thus creating the sundial, used foremost by the Egyptians and Greeks. As life become more complex, so did the need to keep time accurately. Initially, the mechanical clock was invented in 1000 AD....   [tags: clocks, celestial, sun]

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Does Humanity Need Religion?

- In it's infancy, humanity relied on religion and it played a crucial role in the shaping of society. The organizing of people in front of one leader helped guide the unruly masses to collaborate and coexist. However, humanity no longer needs its hand held to get through the dark times. At some point we must take responsibility for our actions, both at a personal level and as a society. Religion has become the justification for countless murders, decades of war, and a plethora of other despicable deeds....   [tags: sun, death, divine creator]

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The Great Gatsby and The Sun Also Rises

- Americans in the 1920s were fresh off of World War I and freshly into the Prohibition Era. The American Dream was well defined- a life of wealth, comfort, and exuberance. After a World War I victory, the Dream was thought to be in the near future for every American. The country was seen as a world superpower, wealthy after the devastation of a war fought entirely overseas and brimming with hope and possibility- at least on the surface. Despite the highs experienced by much of the country, it wasn't without its problems....   [tags: Compare Contrast]

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Louis XIV, France’s Sun King

- Louis XIV, France’s Sun King Louis XIV, France’s Sun King, had the longest reign in European history (1643-1715). During this time he brought absolute monarchy to its height, established a glittering court at Versailles, and fought most of the other European countries in four wars. Although his reign had some negative aspects; on balance, Louis’ reign was primarily a benefit to France. In 1643 Louis XIII died. Louis XIII’s wife and Louis XIV’s mother, Anne of Austria, aided by her minister, Cardinal Mazarin, ruled France as regent....   [tags: French King Louis XIV Essays]

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Depleting Ozone Layer And Increasing Levels Of Ultraviolet Radiation

- Sunblock Opposed to Sunscreen Through the depleting ozone layer and increasing levels of ultraviolet radiation within our atmosphere, skin cancer has risen as one of the major problems within contemporary society. Unfortunately, UV rays increase the risk of obtaining skin cancer since they permanently alter the DNA structure within our cells, creating a vast array of mutated cells. Research has shown that melanoma is considered the most serious type of skin cancer due to the development of dark spots on the skin, which develop in basal cells at the base of the epidermis caused by the exposure of ultraviolet rays....   [tags: Ultraviolet, Sunscreen, Sunburn, Sun tanning]

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An Artist Through Photography Rediscovered The Work Of A Gentleman J. Alden Weir

- T. Harrison Judd, an artist through photography rediscovered the work of a gentleman J. Alden Weir whose work was published a hundred years prior to his own work. It is inspiring to see the similarities between Judd’s work and Weir’s work since they never knew each other. Both of them lived in Connecticut and worked in Windham which is a strange coincidence that may connect some of their work. Judd believes that him and Weir had the same values about art and were trying to spread a message about the world....   [tags: Color, Blue, Primary color, Sun]

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Rising Incidence of Alzheimer's Disease

- Alzheimer’s disease is the most common dementia that destroys brain cells and causes problems with memory, thinking and behaviour. According to recent statistics (Alzheimer's Association, 2010), Alzheimer’s is the 7th-leading cause of death in the USA with the number of people suffering from AD only in America over 5.3 million. It affects more women than men, causing differences in symptoms depending on gender. There is no cure which can guarantee a recovery for diseased people to date. However, more possible cures exist for diseased females....   [tags: Alzheimer's Disease Essays]

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Pyramids, Obelisks, Tombs Of Ancient Egypt

- Pyramids, obelisks, tombs. These three ancient structures bring one country immediately to mind, Egypt. These religious monuments were erected with two thoughts in mind: grandeur to convey the pharaoh’s power, as well as durability so as to last for eternity. However, one important aspect of religion often forgotten in discussions regarding monuments are temples. Temples were abundant in ancient Egypt and could be seen dotting the Nile flood plain, stretching from Upper Egypt in the south to all the way north to the Nile Delta....   [tags: Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Ramesses II, Sun]

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A Comparison of Andrew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress and John Donne's The Sunne Rising

- A Comparison of Andrew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress and John Donne's The Sunne Rising Both poems "To His Coy Mistress" and "The Sunne Rising" were written by metaphysical poets, this is one of many similarities in the poems. However, there are also a number of differences between them. In both poems, there is an obvious link to the theme of "Carpe Diem" which simply means "seize the day". The poems relate to time and that of how it's running out. They seem to be in a rush. The content of the poem is Marvell writing a poem to his love partner....   [tags: metaphysical poets]

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The Significance of Gender Roles in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun

- Gender roles are undeniably a fundamental topic of critique in literature, particularly since expected gender roles have evolved in recent years. More importantly, the transcendence of these gender expectations indicates the possibility for transformation and increasing liberation in society. History explores many different stages for the sexes and their respective roles, from traditional anti-feminist times in which certain roles were strictly enforced, to more modern beliefs entailing free will and a lack of restrictions....   [tags: Literary Comparison, Analytical Essay]

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Climate Change and Rising Cancer Rates

- How does climate change increase people’s probabilities of developing cancer. Global warming, a rise in the average global temperature, is a form of climate change that has caused glaciers to melt, acid rain to form, and sea levels to rise killing both vegetation and animals. What you probably don’t know is that climate change is killing humans too. “Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide and accounted for 7.6 million deaths in 2008” , which is equivalent to the population of Bulgaria. Global warming will also increase exposure to toxic chemicals and heavy rainfall will wash the toxins into the water....   [tags: Global Warming Essays]

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Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

- The salty sunrises that go along with Florida mornings are just a small part of the reason why I adore visiting this state so much. Waking up to the sun splashing on my face, I feel warm and stress-free throughout my entire body. When I open my eyes, I see that my previously white, cotton sheets are now tinted scarlet from the glare of the burning sun. I stretch out my sleepy bones and take in the scent of the ocean breeze that has slowly encompassed my space. I gradually get out of bed and walk a straight path to the patio of my hotel room....   [tags: Sky, Sun, Moon, Sunrise]

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Solar Energy Is Positive For The Environment

- ... Market the fact that the price of fuel, electricity is increasing. Make sure customers are aware of the long-term benefits. For example no heavy usage of oil, gas, or coal. Help them to understand they own the solar and control it themselves. Market the fact that customers can be the pillar of the community by having solar energy. Customers will have pride because they are not adding to poisoning the air pollution. Customers are improving their lifestyle and neighbors will want to follow once they see your results....   [tags: Sun, Photovoltaics, Solar power, Solar cell]

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Alternative Energy Uses Of The Solar Energy

- ... If owner decides to buy system this will allow owner to participate in incentives and income tax breaks. Also with an increase in demand and interest in solar panels prices have reduced by 80% to make them more affordable. The government is pushing for alternative energy savings and gives incentives of 30% on income tax returns. Many countries have started using alternative energy and have saved tremendously. In the United States Florida has the highest in the consumption of electricity produced from coal and oil....   [tags: Photovoltaics, Solar cell, Sun, Solar energy]

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The Discovery Of Aurora, The Northern Light

- Aurora, the northern light, is a collision between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth 's atmosphere which is predominantly seen in the high attitude area like Antarctic or Alaska region.1 Aurora usually appears in many colours while pale green and pink are the most common colours. Shades of red, yellow, green, blue, and violet have been reported. The lights also appear in many forms from patches or scattered clouds of light to streamers, arcs, rippling curtains or shooting rays that light up the sky with an eerie glow.1 Aurora is also called ‘Polar Light’ since polar means the area near the Arctic or Antarctic Circles and Aurora usually appears in those areas...   [tags: Earth, Solar wind, Sun, Earth's magnetic field]

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The Earth An Ice Age

- ... Solar energy comes from the sun. People collect the energy by using solar panels that absorb sunlight. A problem with solar energy is that if the sun is not out, then people will not get HUMAN IMPACT 4 the energy they need. Solar energy is a way people can avoid using fossil fuels and save money on electricity. Solar panels can be expensive to buy, but over time people will save money. Another kind of renewable resource that is used today is wind energy. The way people use the wind as renewable energy is by using wind turbines....   [tags: Fossil fuel, Wind power, Sun, Renewable energy]

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Aurora, The Northern Light

- What is Aurora. Aurora, the northern light, is a collision between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth 's atmosphere which is predominantly seen in the high attitude area like Antarctic or Alaska region. Aurora usually appears in many colours while pale green and pink are the most common colours. Shades of red, yellow, green, blue, and violet have been reported. The lights also appear in many forms from patches or scattered clouds of light to streamers, arcs, rippling curtains or shooting rays that light up the sky with an eerie glow....   [tags: Earth, Solar wind, Sun, Earth's magnetic field]

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Mind the Sun in William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily

- The beast in a human is subdued by our milquetoast delusions, we are animals of compulsion and repetition. It seems to me the point of art is to explore the idea of humanity as a whole, mankind’s view of itself and the artist’s own concept of humanity. William Faulkner is one such artist who delves deeper into his own ideals, almost breaching the membrane of technicalities before exploiting them on an atomic level, too close to see everything the writer aimed for. His story A Rose for Emily, despite it’s macabre subject, persists as a tremendous exemplification of how the happenings found in the story’s subjects and in reality adhere to the essences of humanity....   [tags: nobel prize, journey, crime]

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Fitzgerald and Hemingway: The Lost Generation of American Writers and what They Lost

- Following World War I, American society enjoyed high levels of prosperity during the "roaring" 1920s as the economy soared. At the same time, Prohibition made bootleggers rich and led to an increase in organized crime. During the 1920s a group of American writers were able to be recognized as the lost generation. The term "Lost Generation" was originally coined in a conversation by Gertrude Stein, a member of the expatriate circle in 1920's Paris. These men went off to fight in World War One, and returned home to find that things have changed....   [tags: 1920's, World War I, Sun Also Rises]

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The American Dream in A Raisin in the Sun

- A Raisin in the Sun is a play written by Lorraine Hansberry. The primary focus of the play is the American Dream. The American Dream is one’s conception of a better life. Each of the main characters in the play has their own idea of what they consider to be a better life. A Raisin in the Sun emphasizes the importance of dreams regardless of the various oppressive struggles of life. Primarily, in A Raisin in the Sun Walter is an example of one struggling to achieve their dream or desire. Walter serves as the hero and villain of the play due to the actions he takes revolving his dream....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun Essays]

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The Light Of The Sun

- As I lay on the minute golden grains of sand, I looked up at the brilliant sky, adorned with flashes of pink and orange and purple, mirroring the colours of a flawless seasoned apricot. The goddess-like sun’s face is being embraced by the demure navy fingertips of the skyline. The dull light of the sun somehow manages to kindle my senses in a way I had never seen or felt before. Everything felt like it came to a standstill and the effect of the light made the scene look like one in a painting. The waves break gently into white foam on the black beach....   [tags: Sun, Light, Sky, Sunrise]

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The Day That The Sun

- ... I had been walking briskly down the street for about ten minutes when I came to a stop light. The sun beating down on the top of my head. I began staring intensely at the red hand that would soon turn into a white walking stick figure. Finally, granting me passage to cross I made my way to the other side of the street towards the bridge that I had to cross every morning in order to get to school. With one foot on the sidewalk and the other on the street I felt the ground shake, making me pause, I became afraid....   [tags: Sun, Earth, Moon, Shower]

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A Raisin Of The Sun

- ... Consequently, he starts many fights. After Beneatha wakes up, Walter asks her about the cost of medical school. He starts to talk about the life insurance check, and she reminds him that the money belongs only to Mama. Walter says, “(Bitterly) Now ain’t that fine. You just got your mother’s interest at heart, ain’t you girl. You such a nice girl---but if Mama got that money she can always take a few thousand and help you through school too---can’t she?” (37). Walter gets defensive at Beneatha’s remark and insinuates that Beneatha’s ulterior motive to defending Mama is to get money for medical school....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun, Family]

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A Raisin Of The Sun

- ... Consequently, he starts many fights. After Beneatha wakes up, Walter asks her about the cost of medical school. He starts to talk about the life insurance check, and she reminds him that the money belongs only to Mama. Walter says, “(Bitterly) Now ain’t that fine. You just got your mother’s interest at heart, ain’t you girl. You such a nice girl---but if Mama got that money she can always take a few thousand and help you through school too---can’t she?” (37). Walter gets defensive at Beneatha’s remark and insinuates that Beneatha’s ulterior motive to supporting Mama is to get money for medical school....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun, Family, Money]

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The Pursuit Of Happiness in A Raisin in the Sun

- Throughout Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, we see the positive and negative effects of chasing the American Dream. Hansberry expresses her different views on the American Dream through the characters and she portrays the daily struggles of a 1950 black family throughout A Raisin in the Sun. In this play, she is able to effectively show the big impact that even small decisions can make on a family. Hansberry shows the many different attachments that come with the fulfillment of this American Dream....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun]

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A Raisin Of The Sun

- A Raisin in the Sun Everyone encounters struggle and “ain’t nobody bothering you” but yourself (1872). Many African Americans encounter hardships and conflict in their own lives because of their race. Before integration, not only were African Americans facing internal struggles but also the external struggles caused by prejudices. A Raisin in the Sun elaborates on the conflicts of African Americans when dealing with segregation, discrimination, and few opportunities to improve their lifestyle....   [tags: African American, A Raisin in the Sun, Racism]

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The Reason For Seasons And The Sun

- To begin, the reason for seasons is the change in the altitude of the noonday sun over the course of a year due to the fact that the earth is tilted 23 ½ degrees with respect to a line that is perpendicular to the plain of the earth’s orbit. Now, let’s break this concept down into smaller parts to get the full understanding. The change in the altitude of the noonday sun simply means that the altitude at which the sun is shining onto the earth at noon every day is slowly changing every day throughout the year....   [tags: Sun, Earth, Solstice, Equator]

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Pride in A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry

- Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A Raisin in the Sun, centers on an African American family in the late 1950s. Hansberry directs her work towards specifically the struggles faced by African Americans during the late 1950s. Through the dialogue and actions of her characters, she encourages not only a sense of pride in heritage, but a national and self-pride in African Americans as well. Hansberry promotes a sense of African heritage through her character, Beneatha. She characterizes Beneatha as a college student struggling to find her identity, who tries to achieve such by getting in touch with her roots....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun]

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A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry

- A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry, has often been dubbed a “black” play by critics since its debut on Broadway in 1959. This label has been reasonably assigned considering the play has a cast that consists primarily of African American actors; however, when looking beyond the surface of this play and the color of the author and characters, one can see that A Raisin in the Sun actually transcends the boundaries of racial labels through the universal personalities assigned to each character and the realistic family situations that continue to evolve throughout the storyline....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' A Raisin Of The Sun '

- 170071 A Raisin in the Sun Essay A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry tells the story of the Youngers, a family of lower class blacks who are trying to move up in the world. They are given an opportunity to do so when the grandfather’s inheritance is the sent in the mail. However, each family member has a separate agenda for the money they will receive. The play gets its title from the poem “A Dream Deferred” by Langston Hughes. In the poem, Hughes asks what happens to a dream deferred and one of the theories he proposes says, “Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?”....   [tags: A Raisin in the Sun, Family]

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Power and Authority in "A Raisin in the Sun"

- As I have written about over the last few months: A Raisin in the Sun is a play of many themes. Besides the central idea of the blacks trying to get out of the ghetto, it has many side plots. One of the most predominant of these side-plots is the role and effects of power and authority. In general, most people strive for power and control, whether they can handle it or not. Humans don’t like to be subservient to one another. The same idea applies in the play as well. Power and authority are always changing hands....   [tags: Raisin in the Sun, authority, ]

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Michael Joseph O’Rahilly and the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland

- The role of Michael Joseph O’Rahilly (also known as “The O’Rahilly”) in the Easter Rising of 1916, is not much talked about, and this, in my opinion, makes it all the more fascinating. Many would feel, that he has, in a sense, been ‘written out of history’. O’Rahilly was a man who believed that the Irish people could not achieve independence of the British without confrontation in an armed struggle. It was for this reason that he joined played a large part in the foundation of the Irish Volunteers in 1913....   [tags: Michael Joseph O’Rahilly,1916, Easter Rising, Irel]

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