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The Inner Turmoil in Shakespeare's Hamlet

- The Inner Turmoil in Shakespeare's Hamlet Contained in the tragic tale of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, there are numerous conflicts plaguing the youth, which he struggles with to the death. The prince battles within himself, with his royal sense of duty to his country, with his friends, his love, and his family. This essay will attempt to explain and elaborate on these internal and external frays and which opponent emerges victorious in the end. Perhaps the most tormenting blow and the one that leads off the play is the death of Hamlet's father and the betrayal he feels that his mother and uncle have dealt him....   [tags: Papers]

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Battling my Inner Turmoil After Being Given Up for Adoption

- The night before, I could not sleep. I lay awake tossing and turning. What was I to expect. What was I to call them. Mom. Dad. I will never forget the day I was lost and found, I was seven years old when I was adopted, but why. I often recall asking, when the subject of adoption came up “because we needed each other” my adoptive mom would patiently reply. Ever since I can remember my adoptive parents have been honest with me concerning being adopted. Although, I love my adoptive parents as they love me, howbut how do you get over the feeling not belonging to a family.of being “unwanted”....   [tags: essay about myself, Personal Experience]

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Inner Turmoil in The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe

- Inner Turmoil in The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe Art can reflect the internal psychological processes of the human mind. Specifically, Edgar Allen Poe uses the atmosphere of The Fall of the House of Usher to portray Roderick's inner turmoil. The tumultuous gloom besetting the house is equal to the doom of the Usher family. The narrator's description of the house sets the tone of the story. The house is downtrodden and borders a stagnant tarn. Similarly, Roderick becomes quiet aged and deals with emotional problems....   [tags: Papers]

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The Storm: An Inner Reflection

- The Storm: An Inner Reflection Memories are all we have sometimes, but what if memories bring out unwelcome feelings. In Romesh Gunesekera's short story "Ranvali," a young lady goes back to her father's old holiday bungalow and begins to discover new feelings toward her beloved Communist father. The story is set in an idyllic bungalow in Ranvali, by the coast of India. Theorists such as Roland Barthes would argue that setting in modern narratives "no longer need meaning: they simply are: that is their meaning." (qtd in Chatman 145)....   [tags: Emotions Psychology Essays]

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Inner Conflicts in The Crucible by Arthur Miller

- The Crucible – Inner Conflicts Fear, resulting in chaos, and overturned lives affected the personal decisions of John Proctor, thus creating inner conflicts, as well as desperation in the story. In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, John Proctor's stand in a society where opinion drove fate created ignominy towards him and his beliefs. At first he hid his horrible sin inside, fearing the consequences. When he finally did, he was placed in a tangled labyrinth of feelings as to what his next action should be....   [tags: Essay on The Crucible]

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The Inner Self in The Awakening, Wuthering Heights, and Fences

- The Inner Self in The Awakening, Wuthering Heights, and Fences        Does turmoil in people promote chaos in the world, or does chaos in the world create turmoil in people. To uncover a single answer to such a question is impossible. Therefore, those who seek a solution find themselves at a stalemate, and the query posed becomes rhetorical. Nevertheless, it initiates another inquiry worth thought and reflection: since the chaotic world is already well established, whether or not a product of human havoc, how is one to escape it and live uninhibitedly....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]

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The Inner Struggle in Shakespeare's Hamlet

- Hamlet: The Inner Struggle On the journey through the path of life, there are encounters with many different incidents and situations where we must act accordingly.  Depending on what type of personality is possessed, there are numerous ways that we can deal with these encounters.  In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, the main character is confronted with a cluster of dilemmas and is in emotional distress.  The ghost that encounters Hamlet, the monarchs’ incest, and the contemplation of murder, are the major conflicts which he must deal with one way or another.  As a result of these three issues, as well as Hamlet’s particular character, he handles these issues internally whi...   [tags: Free Hamlet Essays]

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Taking Risks to Self-fulfillment in The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Stetson

- ... Her character, mentally weak and fragile and with no desirable means to be self-fulfilled, succumbs to everything her physician/husband says because “what is one to do?” (p. 638) She is pressured to agree to a “rest cure” for her nervous disorder, although she intuitively knows that this treatment stands in the way of her inner happiness: “Personally, I believe that congenial work, with excitement and change would do me good.” (p. 648) Her husband forbids her any form of creative expression: “He says that my imaginative power and habit of story making, a nervous weakness like mine is sure to lead to all manner of excited fancies, and I ought to use my will and good sense to check the t...   [tags: oppression, self-control, turmoil]

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Musical Piece, Romeo and Juliet Overture: Love Theme by Tchaikovsky

- The infamous story of Romeo and Juliet has been replicated in many mediums. Tchaikovsky created his own version of Romeo and Juliet in his music piece entitled Romeo and Juliet Overture: Love Theme. Tchaikovsky chose to divide his piece into different sections representing parts of the play. This beautiful piece provides an accurate representation of Romeo and Juliet in a different medium because of Tchaikovsky’s dynamics, his choice of instruments, and the sound of the music. Tchaikovsky’s first movement within the play represents when Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time....   [tags: movement, instruments, turmoil]

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Women in Afghanistan

- Throughout recent history, Afghanistan has been a country in turmoil. Famine, drought, civil war and Taliban rule have all had a significant impact on the Afghani people. While this has taken a very negative toll on all Afghan people, I believe, that none have been more negatively impacted than the women of Afghanistan. Having said that, not everything the Western world deems as a negative is also considered negative by the women and men of Afghanistan. One only has to read this quote, “Wearing the burqua is not mandatory, but few women are rushing to remove them” (Germani 14)....   [tags: Taliban, Turmoil, Famine, Drought]

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Inner City Communities

- within inner city communities. This paper focuses on the different activities offered to single parent families living inner city communities and the benefits and constraints that come along with these provided services. Population background Inner City Communities are often areas which are both densely populated and deteriorating(quote). The areas and its residents have strongly been correlated with social and economical disparity. Residents of inner city communities have been plagued with problems including: “high unemployment, poor health care, inadequate educational opportunities, dilapidated housing, high infant mortality, and extreme poverty” (Attitudes and Perceptions, n.d)....   [tags: Recreation, Leisure, Poverty, Inner city]

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A Wizard of Eathsea Ged’s Inner Journey

- A Wizard of Eathsea                 Ged’s Inner Journey Ged goes though many struggles in the book “A Wizard of Eathsea.” The book follows him though the many stages in his life, he learns many lessons and goes though  numerous  trials and tribulations.  All these things help him through his own personal battle of life, his inner journey.  Ged’s inner journey is shaped by the many people, places, and things he encounters during his outer journey.              Geds inner journey begins as a young boy, he was quite remarkable and very smart.  Then as an adolescent he learns not to let his ego in his way and what happens when he does.  Finally he learns how to defeat the shadow an...   [tags: Ged Inner Journey Essays]

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Tuition on the Rise: A Cause of Turmoil

- Tuition on the Rise: A Cause of Turmoil Today colleges are growing more and more necessary for attaining a solid path towards a successful career, yet the rapidly increasing cost of tuition is driving students away from their dream of attending college, due to the preposterous amount of money that is now being demanded by colleges across the nation and world as a whole. It is sad to see students being turned away from a successful future due to the money-hungry nature of the universities that dot the globe....   [tags: Colleges, Successful Careers, Education, School]

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The Political Turmoil in Basque Country

- Basque Nationalism For over decades, the Basque country has been in political turmoil with its bordering countries, which are both France and Spain. This conflict that has been troubling the region, is based on the Basque nationalist movement that has been campaigning for their independence. This transited territory has a strategic geographical location that links it to the northwest and center of Spain but also to other European countries. The Basque region covers over 20,000 square kilometers of both the French and Spanish territory....   [tags: nationalism, spanish, indepenence]

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Internal And External Absence Of Turmoil

- POL 108- Major Essay Security refers to the internal and external absence of turmoil or threat of such in regards to a nation-state’s affairs. Its definition includes political, economic and militaristic security. This essay will argue that, despite many changes in the modern political spectrum, the state does indeed remain the primary actor in world politics. Despite this, the research and methodology of this report will focus on evaluation not argument, assessing both various views. Therefore, it is critical to note that the supreme nature of the nation state is not without challenges from terrorist groups known to use violence in achieving the role of primary actor in world politic...   [tags: International relations, Sovereignty]

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The End of National Turmoil

- The End of National Turmoil At the time President Harry S. Truman took office, the country was still shaken by the unexpected death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and many obstacles stood in the new president's way. One of these obstacles – national turmoil – had taken over the United States, and President Truman was the only one who could save the country from it. President Harry S. Truman overcame national turmoil by furthering the New Deal, commanding the end of World War II, and ordering atomic bombs to be dropped on Japan....   [tags: New Deal, Harry S. Truman, American History]

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Health Care System in Turmoil

- Health Care System in Turmoil Quality healthcare in the more rural areas of the United States is not only getting more difficult to obtain, but difficult to afford. American citizens living in rural areas have the highest rates of chronic disease, higher poverty populations, less health insurance, and there is less access to primary care physicians. When the economy is at its lowest point it causes an increase in a number of access and health issues that have already had prior problems in communities and in rural areas, therefore the main goal of the national health care tax of 2010 was to allow coverage to all residents of the United States, and also by transferring necessary health care to...   [tags: prevention, treatment, and management of illnesses]

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An Answer to Turmoil: Stoicism in Ancient Rome

- Ancient Greece is the birthplace of philosophy, specifically the city state of Athens. The father of philosophy, Socrates, was born here. The two greats that succeeded him, Plato and Aristotle taught here. The philosophies that these three men created are well-known, but another School of Thought was born in Athens as well. This philosophy is lesser known in modern times, but just as influential: Stoicism. During the third century in Ancient Greece three major schools of philosophy were born -- Epicureanism, Skepticism, and Stoicism....   [tags: Ancient Greece, Philosophy, Athens, Socrates]

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Inner Beauty : Inner And Outer Beauty

- “My teacher tells me beauty is on the inside. That 's just something that ugly people say” (Liar Liar). Growing up we are always hearing about how important is is to be nice, have integrity, etc. but is that inner beauty enough. Beauty is a perception that has no set attributes attached to it. This means beauty varies from person to person and the idea of what beauty defines stands for can mean different things too. That leads to the main sets of beauty, inner and outer. Outer beauty is the beauty a person inherits and has no natural control over, whereas inner beauty is a beauty that can be achieved by anyone theoretically....   [tags: Human physical appearance]

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Analysis of Turmoil in Iraq

- Iraq is a Middle-Eastern country of diversity and turmoil. The people of Iraq, coming from ethic groups such as Kurdish, Arab, Turkoman, and Assyrian, and holding a nearly 97% Muslim population (CIA World Fact Book), remain a lost peoples fighting to create their new country without the tyranny of the past quarter century. The beginning of the reformation of Iraq started in 1979 with the Iranian revolution, during which major changes were made in the U.S.'s policies concerning Iraq, and the beginning of Saddam Hussein's over two decade long presidency....   [tags: Current Events]

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The Political Turmoil Within South Africa By Nadine Gordimer

- In July’s People, Nadine Gordimer gives a very detailed and knowledgeable explanation of the political turmoil within South Africa. By expressing the emotions of a family involved in the deteriorating situation and the misunderstandings between blacks and whites, she adds a very personal and emotional touch, which allows the reader to understand the true horror and terror these people experienced. Gordimer writes of how the Smales family reacts, survives, and adjusts to this life altering experience....   [tags: Black people, White people, Nadine Gordimer]

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Ad Management and the Recent Turmoil in Financial Markets

- ... A particular insight can be drawn from the United Bank of Switzerland (UBS) report of 2008 which showed how employees were compensated with strong incentives to use UBS capital to invest in high yielding mortgage-backed securities. Whilst this was, they failed to provide sufficient incentives to protect the company, hence, mismatching priorities. This would not have proved costly if only the senior managers of the firm were wise enough to put in place strong risk measurement and control system....   [tags: financial crisis, housing and mortgage crisis]

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Their Inner Creature

- Lord of the Flies has a destructive force of fear and evil that prevents the boys from having a perfect and stable society. William Golding, the author of the novel, states “the theme is an attempt to trace the defects of society back to the defects of human nature” (204). His negativity about human nature and his idea that evil is an inborn characteristic can be seen through the story as the behavior of the boys brings their inner creature into existence. “We've got to have rules and obey them....   [tags: Literature Review]

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Turmoil Over Texas

- Turmoil Over Texas During the 18th and 19th centuries, what we now know as the western United States was under much contention with the federal government. This period was very difficult for the leaders of the government to decide how to divide up the vast regions of land in the west. It seems impossible to think of Silicon Valley, Oregon or even Washington as being barren, unsettled territory. But just a few centuries ago, those in power were making influential decisions that would effect us today....   [tags: Papers]

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A Family in Turmoil in Today Will Be A Quiet Day

- A Family in Turmoil in Today Will Be A Quiet Day      In Amy Hempel’s story, "Today Will Be A Quiet Day," a father takes the day off to spend time with his two children at a place called "Petaluma." The title suggests that this day was one of calmness and relaxation, but in reality the title should be " A Family in Turmoil." Throughout the trip, the children argue, complain, and bicker which seems to suggest that the day is rather depressing and quite humbling for the father (Baker 170). The father’s good intentions for quality family time failed....   [tags: Today Will Be a Quiet Day Essays]

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Essay On The Inner Journey In Othello

- The statement “The only journey is the one within” accurately depicts the demise of a character’s psychological development. The play Othello by Shakespeare (1603) and the short story Death by Landscape by Margret Atwood (1990) both display their character’s inner journeys through a single experience to develop their characteristics and their psychological development. Paranoia and obsessiveness are the catalyst of their demise and inner journey. Throughout the play, Othello’s characteristics and mind-set alter causing him to question his morals, thus beginning his inner journey....   [tags: Psychology, Othello, William Shakespeare, Guilt]

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The Reasons for Victor Frankenstein's Emotional Turmoil

- Victor Frankenstein’s emotional turmoil is clearly evident in chapters 9 and 10. Explore the basis for this turmoil and Mary Shelley’s portrayal of Victor’s state of mind. In this Essay I shall explore the reasons for Victor Frankenstein’s emotional turmoil in chapters 9 and 10 and look at how some events in Mary Shelley’s life mirrors some events in the book. I will also look at a few of the themes running through Frankenstein. Such as religion, parenting, hate, revenge, guilt and compassion. At the time that Frankenstein was published most people still believed the genesis story of how humans were created and that we were made in the image of God, Frankenstein was highly controversial bec...   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Inner Struggles of Romeo and Juliet

- In the tragedy 'Romeo and Juliet', Shakespeare presents the inner struggles of Romeo and Juliet, the two protagonists as one of the main themes. This is clearly shown at the end of Act 3 Scene 2 when Juliet receives the news that Romeo has been banished and Tybalt has been killed. Juliet is distraught at the conflict of her loyalties. Should she express love for her family or should she express love for Romeo. By using many different language features, such as oxymorons, paradox, antithesis and dramatic irony, Shakespeare effectively displays Juliet's conflicting emotions....   [tags: Romeo and Juliet, shakespeare, conflict, ]

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Problems in the Inner City Schools

- For decades now, there have been educational problems in the inner city schools in the United States. The schools inability to teach some students relates to the poor conditions in the public schools. Some of the conditions are the lack of funds that give students with the proper supplies, inexperienced teachers, inadequate resources, low testing scores and the crime-infested neighborhoods. These conditions have been an issue for centuries, but there is nothing being done about it. Yet, state and local governments focus on other priorities, including schools with better academics....   [tags: public schools, minorities, race]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Inner Self '

- Says the Satguru: Loving devotion dwells in the heart, Whereby the inner self is consumed with intoxicating love and desire. With every breath, invoke His Name, In such a way, that the sound of this invocation should not reach the ears. In the preceding verse, the Pir reminds his followers that utterance or remembrance of the Name of the Beloved devoid of prem pīḍā (pangs of love) is futile. The consummation of prem pīḍā engenders prem bhagatī or prem bhakti (loving devotion), which is the main theme of this quatrain....   [tags: Muhammad, Qur'an, Prophets of Islam, Love]

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The Scene of the Inner Voice

- Inner Voice: I parked the car. Turning it off, silencing its hushed rumbling, I removed my seatbelt and took a step out into the chilly, star-speckled night. I deliberated for a moment… then surrendered, dropping back onto my seat and digging through my bag that lay across the passenger seat to remove the black notebook, its leather binding cool on my skin. [Tico steps out of the car again and walks down the concrete path toward a house] Inner Voice: This really is a beautiful house, I thought....   [tags: car, notebook, guilt, house, writing]

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Essay On The Inner-Conflict In Macbeth

- The Inner-Conflict Effect When we, human beings, are about to commit wicked acts, we feel a variety of emotions. One of those emotions is guilt. You may also feel guilt due to moments you chose not to act. The presence of guilt is a driving factor that prevents us from acting irrationally. Citizens of the 16th century possessed these emotions as well, no matter their social standing. The citizens included Shakespeare as well, a poet and playwright of the 16th century, and writer of the play Macbeth....   [tags: Macbeth, William Shakespeare, 16th century, Guilt]

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The Importance Of The Inner Beauty And Capabilities

- Transition is changing one’s original belief and intrinsic attitude. It is caused by people’s developed sense of autonomy, which helps people to distinguish right from wrong and realize their shortcomings and weaknesses. It leads people to make a change on themselves in order to accomplish their pursuit of a better self. Therefore, once I thought a pretty appearance is the most important thing for people to achieve their dreams and goals, now I believe that even though good look is important, inner beauty and capability are more necessary for a person to become a better one....   [tags: Human physical appearance, Beauty, 2009 singles]

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The Pursuit Of Happiness And The Inner Resources

- The pursuit of happiness and what factors influence individual well-being, has long been a point of worldwide interest. This literature will provide insight on the secrets to happiness and what desires must individuals accomplish to live a happy life. This essay will begin by discussing mental attitudes and the inner resources one has to experience a happy state of mind. It will then examine current research on social relationships and the central role it plays on nurturing wellness. It will then consider the importance of navigating through a wide-range of feelings and emotions at work....   [tags: Happiness, Positive psychology, Behavior]

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Educating Children And Their Inner Talent

- When deciding to have children there are many things that need to be taken into consideration. Some of these things are how to raise them, schooling, the financial responsibilities, support from family and friends, and many other aspects. When raising a child I feel that each parent should show his or her unconditional love to the child each day and in everything that the child does. When this is done, the child will know that he or she is loved even if they mess up a little bit and that everything will be ok....   [tags: English-language films, Mother, Television]

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The Inner City Youth Of America

- The inner city youth of America is in trouble, experts estimate that every day thousands of teens in inner city areas are recruited to join neighborhood or city wide gangs. I am calling on the members of the Rich People of America to help resolve some of the main problems that involve teenage gang related activity. According to around eighty-five percent of male juveniles in detention facilities are there for gang related activities. Every day inner city teens face frequent harassment and pressure to join gangs, more pressure than ever seen before and as a result most will wind up succumbing due to fear for their lives or families....   [tags: Gang, Crime, Criminology, Mara Salvatrucha]

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The Inner Workings Of The Teen Brain

- Teenagers are incredibly fascinating to learn about, and part of what makes them so captivating, is how complex their brain is. For decades there has been a struggle to understand the inner-workings of the teen brain, and fully grasp how and why teenagers behave the way they do. Now that we have some answers, everything is actually starting to make sense, and we don’t solely have intense adolescent hormones to blame. During Inside the Teenage Brain, Dr. Charles Nelson says “the transition into puberty is analogous to the transition to being a baby....   [tags: Adolescence, Puberty, Cerebrum, Cerebral cortex]

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The Inner Struggles Of The School System

- The movie, Monsieur Lazhar ,is a great movie about the inner struggles of the school system and the effect it can have on the children. It takes place in Canada in a structured system with a structured curriculum and rules. You can see this through the movie when Lazhar, a refugee who has had no teaching experiences, tries his best to follow it. He arranges his desk straight in a row and is very straightforward with his teaching. This gets pointed out when one of his students states a different way of learning grammar....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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The Inner Desire Of A New World

- The inner desire of any immigrant is to be able to leave his or her country without having to leave home. The thought of leaving behind all that was close and of meaning to me arose feelings of discomfort within me. Change is many things; it is scary, it is good, it is necessary for growth but most importantly it is inevitable. So on October eleventh two thousand and eight when my father announced to my family and I the date on which we were to depart on our journey to the culture mosaic society of Canada, change seemed to have landed on our door step....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Secondary school]

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Nature Of Children And Their Inner Feelings

- Nature of Children I felt that the democratic and pain models best suited my thinking about the nature of children. I have modified them together to develop one assumption to fully understand my thinking of the nature of children. Children express their inner feelings by their need to belong in a group which reflects how the children communicate through human behaviour (Edwards & Watts, 2008). Children express their feelings in a range of different ways not only in verbal ways. As I will be supporting some children who do not have the skills to communicate verbally it is important for me to develop an understanding and knowledge of the child so that I can see the behavioural changes as a...   [tags: Psychology, Childhood, Education, Child]

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Racism And The Poor Inner City

- Coming from living in a poor inner city neighborhood in Chicago as a child was distinctive from other places, in terms of gender socialization. There wasn’t nothing major for me to be socialized with my gender that I do plus, I grew up interacting with most of my cousins who are female, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not a male that I am today. When I came to Iowa from Chicago, it increased my awareness on racism and when I’m somewhere with no or less Black people, I tend to use stereotypes black people are victimized towards, to increase my self-esteem....   [tags: Gender, White people, Race, Black people]

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The Importance of Inner Beauty

- “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” This saying first appeared in the 3rd century BC in Greek. It didn't appear in its current form in print until the 19th century, but in the meantime there were various written forms that expressed much the same thought. This famous saying implies that everyone has their own definition and recognition of beauty. What is seen as a marvel to one person might be the complete opposite to another, just like a dress that I found very beautiful but my Mum found it not at all nice which explains the saying “One man’s garbage is another man’s treasurer” (Aighearach).Beauty… some people believe that beauty is all physical, having great looks, having all the guys...   [tags: love]

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Physical Beauty And Inner Beauty

- Sophia Loren once said, “Beauty is how you feel on the inside, and it reflects in your eyes.” Each individual has their own view on what he or she considers beautiful. Beauty can be seen and or sensed. Physical beauty is observed with the human eye while inner beauty comes from within a person. The impressions given off, characteristics, and relationships base tie both together in a basic manner. Both of these types of pulchritude form a unique individual. Even though, physical beauty and inner beauty are types of beauties that can be portrayed, they also differ in numerous ways....   [tags: Human physical appearance, Beauty, Eye]

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Hamlet and the Inner Hamlet

- The character of Hamlet, although an archaic prince, demonstrates so many base human experiences and emotions. The motifs of experiencing loss, dealing with grief, coming of age and trying to claim a place in the world, are not constricted to any time period, culture or societal class. Madness is an occurrence of the masses. Any person could become afflicted by the “single minded and tragically doomed search for” identity after a certain course of events (Erikson 239). The play deals largely with the multiple faces of Hamlet....   [tags: Shakespeare, Character Analysis]

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Identity and Inner City Kids

- Through programs that directly fuel desegregation in schools, our educational systems have become a melting pot of different races, languages, economic status and abilities. Programs have been in place for the past fifty years to bring student that live in school districts that lack quality educational choices, to schools that are capable of providing quality education to all who attend. Typically the trend appears to show that the schools of higher quality are located in suburban areas, leaving children who live in “black” inner-city areas to abandon the failing school systems of their neighborhoods for transportation to these suburban, “white” schools....   [tags: Psychology ]

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Students At Inner City Schools

- The people who you surround yourself with can enable you to reach your highest potential; they can also disable you to reach your goals. Students at inner city schools have a whole separate experience than do suburban students and that is because the people that spend the most time with inner city students have drastically different lives than those who surround suburban students. There are many differences between students home lives, socioeconomic statuses, and provided staff in suburban schools and inner city schools that are proven to be advantageous and disadvantageous to the student involved....   [tags: Education, High school, Teacher, School]

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Security in Inner City Areas

- Security is complex and is part of our everyday lives. An explanation of security, according to Buzan (1991) (cited in McDonald, 2008, p.70) is that ‘security is the absence of threats’. Generally, it is concerned with matters related to safety, which can be physical, financial, social or emotional. However, it can also apply to an array of concepts like risk, danger and segregation (Carter et al., 2008b, p.4). Social, cultural and material practices produce security (Carter et al., 2008a, p.180) and in conjunction with material entities in inner-city areas mediate diverse experiences and understandings of individual security in our communal worlds (Carter et al., 2008b, p.6)....   [tags: surveillance cameras, social issues]

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The Psychology Behind Inner Conflict

- The psychology behind inner conflict and an individual’s decisions has been well explored, but it can be truly demonstrated through the use of William Shakespeare’s dramatic play, Hamlet. An inner conflict evolves as he learns of his father’s death and that it was due to the ambitions of his uncle Claudius. Depression is the first conflict that is shown by Hamlet in which he is mourning, but shortly after we see a contemplation between action and inaction in regards to avenging his father’s death....   [tags: Hamlet, Ghost, Characters in Hamlet, Emotion]

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The Inner And Outer Person

- When facing me, what I see is what others may see - a little girl who was once beautiful, energetic and chubby, happy as can be. As I face myself, I see a girl, who is now a woman who suffered pain, rejection and hurt constantly. The innermost core of my existence was embarrassing and unsettling for me. Not facing myself was literally destroying me. One day I realized it is time for liberation and to focus on me. As I looked in the mirror I asked myself the question, are you satisfied with me. I then asked myself what it would take to be all that I was born and created to be....   [tags: Want, Debut albums, Suffering, 2009 singles]

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Bishop's Inner Emotions in Poetry

- Approaching a topic as broad as loss can be a simple step; however, translating one's own attitude and perspective of the common experience can be a complex idea to communicate without a clear and organized transition between thoughts. Bishop's ability to craft this poem about such a variable and poignant concept with the lucidity and emphasis with which she does is evident in her unique use of language and structure. The most obvious thread throughout Bishop's poem is her clever and rhythmical use of repetition....   [tags: Bishop, poetry, emotions,]

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The Inner Creature of Savage

- Lord of the Flies has a destructive force of fear and evil that prevents the boys from having a perfect and stable society. William Golding, the author of the novel, states that This negativity about human nature and his idea that evil is an inborn characteristic can be seen through the story as the behavior of the boys brings their inner creature into existence. The world is governed by laws designed to protect us. The island has the children isolated and laws of their governments can’t reach them....   [tags: Literature Review]

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The Attainment Of Inner Satisfaction

- Ever person wants to attain self appeasement. Its the way they get it that differs. When an person wants to gain satisfaction, the actions they choose to take in order to acquire it can greatly impact others. Usually, the individual will do more harm rather than good. As an individual reaches satisfaction their actions towards associates change and frequently evolve into rash, conceited and egotistical acts. In the play Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare; the characters become egocentric as they hunger more and more for the outcome that will make them feel content....   [tags: Philosophy]

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A Small Inner City Neighborhood

- Introduction The community for this paper is a large inner city neighborhood with a population about 3,000. It is adjacent to other neighborhood with similar population. It is a racially diverse population in which whites (including Hispanics and Latinos) are the majority and African American as the dominant minority group. It is a low income community with very small number of business establishment and a single hospital that is understaffed. Tenured employment is low, and many engaged in seasonal jobs (such as construction work) for their income....   [tags: Crime, Gang, Sociology, Criminology]

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Human Behavior And Inner Emotion

- Throughout history, psychologists have discovered more than one way to analyze human behavior. These psychological theories have been adapted into the six main perspectives of psychology; these include the Biological, Social-Cultural, Cognitive, Humanistic, Psychodynamic, and Behavioral perspectives. The importance of these perspectives helps psychologists and individuals further their understanding in social behavior and inner emotion. Biology is imperative in the study of psychology for a very simple reason: psychologists are trying to understand the brain....   [tags: Psychology, Mind, Cognition, Sigmund Freud]

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Inner and Outer Beauty

- Beautiful is a praising and admiring description which most people would love to hear about themselves. Although some people believe inner beauty is more important than outer beauty, the truth is that most people love outer beauty. As stated by Emerson, “if eyes were made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being” (“Ralph Waldo Emerson,” par. 28). People not only want to be beautiful, but they also tend to seek physical attractiveness. In fact, this is a culture consumed by beauty and attractiveness (Bennett, par.3)....   [tags: Sociology, Power, Attractiveness]

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Resolving Their Inner Problems

- Resolving Their Inner Worst Problems In Jill Spreecher’s movie, Thirteen Conversations about One Thing many ideas are conveyed throughout the entire film. The pursuit of happiness is one of the key ideas as well as how one is able to deal with problems arising in his/her’s life. Each character each are faced with a problem and attempt to resolve it to help them in both physical and mental ways. Characters such as Gene, Beatrice, and Troy eventually finds ways to make heal themselves but it takes time for each to find a solution that works for them in their situation....   [tags: Cinematic Themes]

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Inner And Outer Challenges

- In today’s society, Americans are living longer than ever before (Novak, 91). Furthermore, they live more years in good health than ever before. However, it is well known, as a person ages there are both physical and mental changes taking place. These changes can vary from person to person (Novak, 121). However, many people worry about their physical and mental well-being as they age. Everyone wishes to age well which is also known as good aging. According to Novak, good aging refers to, “The mastery of inner and outer challenges in later life (Novak 121).” These challenges include many changes to our body....   [tags: Health, Public health, Medicine, Old age]

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The Unseen Turmoil : A Conflict Analysis Of William Faulkner 's A Rose For Emily

- The Unseen Turmoil: A Conflict Analysis of William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” The village people bust down the door on the second floor of Emily’s house in shock as they find more than they bargained for — the skeleton of Emily’s former lover. William Faulkner shows the readers what Emily struggles with from the beginning of her life until the end. He paints a vivid picture for his audience of who she is and the type of person the people in her village viewed her as. Her life creates the unique situations which influences her thought process and the actions that she takes....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Psychology, Love]

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Corporate Lease Is Better For An Organization Or Does It Create Financial Turmoil?

- Introduction This presentation is to determine whether or not if an operating lease is better for an organization or does it create financial turmoil. Schroeder et al (2011) states that firms use alternative means of acquiring long term assets, mainly through leasing. The use of a lease can also be used for inappropriate misconduct on behalf of management. In the business environment, firms use one of two types of leases; capital and operating. Determining which lease is more beneficial for an entity, depends on the organization’s missions and goals....   [tags: Balance sheet]

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Physical Beauty : Physical And Inner Beauty

- What is beauty. According to Oxford Dictionary, beauty is “a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” Beauty can be found in anything, or more importantly anyone, and it plays a major role in life. In today’s society, people can break down beauty into several different types, but the most dominant are physical and inner. While physical and inner beauty are both influential in today’s world, they differ greatly in what they mean, how they are achieved, and the quality of both....   [tags: Human physical appearance, Beauty, Aesthetics]

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Inner Peace, By The Four Noble Truths

- According to Cosgrove Individuals are “governed by themselves, safe, secure and with the prospects of a better future” as such inner peace is achieved in Buddhism through undertaking in meditation, abiding by the four noble truths, the 8 fold path and the 5 precepts as well as adhering to the concept of Ahimsa. Throughout Buddhism it is believed that inner peace is the basis for happiness and world peace, if our mind is at peace happiness will be attained regardless of external conditions, however if our mind is disturbed or distressed happiness will not be attained regardless of how good the external conditions are....   [tags: Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Four Noble Truths]

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Our Inner Being

- Every one of us has been afraid of it at a point in our lives. After checking underneath our beds, our parents leave us in our bedrooms at night to face one of our greatest fears. This fear leaves us feeling doomed, helpless, and surrounded with no escape. We curl our toes up under the blankets so that the monsters of this darkness don’t pull us under the bed. Yet, this darkness that we are afraid of is nothing compared to the darkness of the world. A critic stated that Conrad is trying to point out, “In other words: The darkness, the demoniac and scaring character of the world is present everywhere, it is not only a quality of the wild African jungle in the 19th century” (Thorm)....   [tags: Literature]

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Crime And Its Effects On The Inner City

- half of the victims struggling to survive in poverty area is causing them to not choose the right step to a better living but some people have such a negative view about the inner cities where disproportionate numbers of impoverished and African Americans live but the issue is that everything they accomplish is to help themselves survive. “Believed the high rate of young African American men in prison is due to their adaptation to poverty” (Burns). Most of the poverty areas are full of law enforcements which are arresting and killing people because stereotypically these are areas where crime is more likely to happen causing them to over use their power in poverty areas and the system allowin...   [tags: Criminal justice, Crime, Police, African American]

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Physical Beauty Versus Inner Beauty

- Beauty is a concept. An idea that changes from person to person. We put on makeup, do our hair, paint our nails, and buy the latest clothing in an effort to satisfy those around us and conform to their idea of physical beauty. By doing this, we often forget who we are and lose our inner beauty. Although many people focus on physical beauty, inner beauty is more important because it is permanent and a representation of a person’s true self. How many times have we heard or said the clique “don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” yet we focus so much of our attention on our physically appearance....   [tags: appearance, self, balance]

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The Influences Of Inner City Juvenile Delinquency

- A Literature Review on the Influences of Inner-City Juvenile Delinquency Introduction It is believed that children are a product of their environment. With their brains often compared to sponges, children tend mimic the language and actions of those around them and absorb those things into their memory. There are many studies on causes of juvenile delinquency, but there is much debate as to who and what is considered the primary factors of influence. The most common factors that this research has come across are parents, peers, poverty, violent crime, social behaviors, school, and gender differences....   [tags: Juvenile delinquency, Crime, High school, Gender]

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Media Depictions Of Inner City Violence

- Violent crime is an ever growing problem in America 's inner-cities. Oftentimes, we see in the media depictions of inner-city violence that could be compared to that seen in war zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan, constant shootouts plaguing city streets. In Chicago alone, a single weekend can be marked by hundreds of shootings and homicides reaching toward and up into the double digits. While the general trends in violent crime (homicides included) have been on the decline for the vast majority of the United States, some “hot spots” where violence continues to increase remain, especially in the inner-cities....   [tags: Crime, Violent crime, Criminology, Violence]

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Be Someone: A Program for Inner City Youth

- The foundation in which I chose is called Be Someone founded by a gentleman by the name of Orrin Hudson. Be Someone is a nonprofit organization that was started with a vision to help inner city youth succeed and use several skills including the game of chess that promotes self – esteem responsibility, analytical thinking and positivity. The mission of Be Someone is “to build character, hope and inspiration so that kids can achieve lifetime goals, realize their full potential and Be Someone”....   [tags: foundations, community centers]

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The Inner Heaney : Buried Beneath A Bog

- The Inner Heaney: Buried Beneath a Bog Seamus Heaney is one of the most profound and influential writers in Irish history. His poetry primarily consisted, in the beginning, of events from his childhood to his early adult years, highlighting the maturation process of that age period. His poetry changed during the Troubles of Northern Ireland, the Irish Civil Rights Movement that included terrorism from the Irish Republican Army in order to achieve emancipation from Britain, which changed to a darker tone and had an inner conflict between inherent freedoms versus the pressure to express social needs of the people....   [tags: Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Ireland]

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The Face Of Beauty, Sin, And Inner Strength

- Hester Prynne. The face of beauty, sin, and inner-strength. She wears an “A” upon her bosom and embraces another symbol of her sin in her arms. Hester Prynne made one mistake that got the townspeople ranting. The townspeople make rude comments about Hester and the beautifully embroidered “A”. She stood upon a scaffold, Pearl in hand, and allows her peers to judge her. She didn’t react to any of the mean comments or glares. Her husband and lover keep their identities concealed from society while she takes the blame for the crime....   [tags: The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne]

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The Inner Voice Of The United Soviet Union

- The Inner Voice When I was four years old my father left home. Not only he changed neighborhood or town but he left the country. It may seem that I was too young to notice his absence, but the truth is that this changed my life completely. I was quite close to my father and even today I can remember the emptiness that I felt in my chest. At four years of age I did not realize that behind the story of his departure was one of the greatest life lessons that he taught me. The year was 1991. We lived in Cuba, a communist country with a dictatorial government....   [tags: Soviet Union, Totalitarianism, Communism]

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Urban Issues of Inner City Teens

- Urban Issues of Inner-City Teens In the generation that teens live in today they are seasoned by the thought that getting by is a simple key to success and a good life. Many of these teens who are so tied up in this obnoxious stereotype don’t realize that what their futures holds is based upon their actions and the way that they are growing up is numbered. Regardless of what is said about inner-city teens they have the power to alter the negativity that is given off from the decisions they make to become much healthier....   [tags: diversity, generations, success, good life]

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The Political Turmoil of China From 1911 to 1927

- The Political Turmoil of China From 1911 to 1927 There were many reasons why China slipped into political instability or turmoil between 1911 and 19287. There reasons include the questionable leadership of Yuan Shih Kai, the presence of the warlords, the One of the reasons was that questionable leadership of Yuan Shih Kai. When Yuan took over control from Sun Yat Sen as the President, he tried to revert to the monarchical system of rule. From 1912 until 1915, he ruled as a military dictator with the support of the army....   [tags: Papers]

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The Inner Workings Of A Car And Understanding The World

- One needs to understand how a computer works so that one can have a better experience with computers. Understanding the processes that a computer executes can change the way one uses the computer and other interactions with similar technologies. Due to the increasing need of computers in modern society one is more likely to encounter computers which makes basic knowledge of computers essential to interacting with and understanding the world. The sole purpose of the automobile is transportation and understanding how it works can only be applied to a certain amount of interests that many people never get involved in....   [tags: Literacy, Multimedia literacy, Computer literacy]

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The Effects Of Mental Health On The Inner Appearance

- Let’s be honest, exercise is not something that most college students have time for, or feel like they need to do. Although, physical activity and a slight lifestyle change can not only boost your confidence, but also increase your mood, lengthen your life, increase your energy, and improve your immune system (Styles). One of the most important skills to maintain in college is a strong and healthy mental state. Mental health and physical health go hand in hand. Although college is an extreme change, there are many ways to maintain your mental health....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Anorexia nervosa]

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Computer Language : The Inner Workings Of Computers

- Programming languages are the inner workings of computers, enabling them to accomplish all the amazing things they do today. From the apps on a phone, to the video games on a desktop, and even the operation of microwaves, computers are a major part of our everyday lives. Their languages are separated into five generations determined mostly by a specific radical innovation at the end of a time period that expands from the previous generation; however, these innovations are unique in that new generations don’t cause the previous generations to become obsolete....   [tags: Programming language, Computer]

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The Inner Workings Of Global Governmental Styles

- “We define politics as activity related to influencing, making, or implementing collective decisions for a political community”, where as ideologies “ is a package of interrelated ideas and beliefs about government, society, the economy, and human nature that inspire and affect political action (David Close, & Osvaldo Croci, Eric Mintz, 2015, pg 4, pg 55). The different perspectives of each ideology are imperative to the inner workings of global governmental styles. They help in solidifying and justifying certain perspectives of power and influence, while also limiting beliefs and values that are contrary to the “norm”....   [tags: Liberalism, Classical liberalism, Conservatism]

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Outer Layer, Epicardium, And The Inner Layer

- outer layer, epicardium, and the inner layer, the pericardium. The myocardium is composed of myocardial muscle that is composed of interlocking connective tissue fibers that contract when an electrical current passes through the fibers (Hoehn & Marieb, 2010, chap.18) If the electrical activity of the heart continues to increase in pace, in conditions such as hypertension, the myocardium becomes damaged by excessive stretching and demand on the muscle, and the heart’s muscle cells begins the remodeling process....   [tags: Heart, Blood, Circulatory system, Artery]

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Personal Statement On Creating Inner Motivation

- In chapter 3 of On Course, Downing talks about the importance of personally discovering self-motivation in order to reach your goals. This chapter talks about Creating Inner Motivation, Designing a Compelling Life Plan, Committing to Your Goals and Dreams, and as always the importance of believing in yourself. Creating inner motivation is important, because the ACT and Policy Center on the First Year of College has identified that lack of motivation is the number one barrier to students’ success in college....   [tags: Academic degree, Goal, Bachelor of Science]

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Improving Inner City High Schools

- A test of success is when the odds are stacked against you. Inner-city high schools face this problem on a daily basis. When it comes to the formation of writing centers, high schools, especially ones located in America’s largest metropolitan areas, face a plethora of problems. However, by using unique tools and relationships—collaboration between high schools and local universities, choosing the proper tutors, and a unique writing center setting—inner-city high schools across the nation have been able to develop successful writing centers....   [tags: High school, College, Grammar school]

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War Stories of my Inner Self

- In the famous war fiction Things They Carried, O’Brien tells the various stories by remembering the things each character carried during the Vietnam War. Each of the items indicates the unique feature of characters and helps the readers understand the war experience more realistic. As the characters carried private belongings, I also carry important personal items everyday. In most days, I carry an electronic translator, a letter from my mom, a cell phone, and a two-dollar bill. When I go to school, it has been a habit that I put my electronic translator and my cell phone in one of my pockets and my wallet in the other....   [tags: Introspection, The Things They Carried]

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