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    Take Me Home

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    HARRY "Harry, we have to go now!" "I can't Lou, I have to find Gemma and my mum." "I'm sorry Haz, but we got to leave. I'm sure Paul has them. But we don't have much time. We need to get to safety." I nodded as Louis grabbed my arm and we ran. I had no idea what was happening. One moment we were on stage, performing our last song for the night when people suddenly began screaming. Everything just turned into an instant chao; they had horrified looks on their face as they started to run and climb

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    To Die or Not To Die

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    To Die or Not to Die “AAAAAAAHHHHHH!” Both my brother and I screamed out in the dead of the night. The pain was intolerable and we were begging for some kind of relief from this seemingly never ending scene from Hell. Well before I start there, let me tell you exactly why I was in pain. Twelve days ago, both my brother and I, feeling a particular hatred towards the Total Government Control Act, snuck out to the battlefield from the alien war 10 years ago. There, we fell into some slimy, malleable

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    Live Your Life

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    Three small words can bring inner happiness to me and others. Having the ability to change your attitude towards life and what defines one will create a feeling of peace. Living your life can bring good and bad regrets, but by the choice we make can bring happiness, and a meaningful life. The goal of this essay is to show what credo I live by and what defines me as a person. Having the power to live with the choices I had made, determination towards a goal, and finding a deeper meaning to life. When

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    Thomas Sowell once quoted, “If you have always believed that everyone should play by the same rules and be judged by the same standards, that would have gotten you labeled a radical 60 years ago, a liberal 30 years ago and a racist today.” Rules are introduces through a transformation process of changes. Changes are not meant ride on the back of inevitability, but it can be executed through continuous struggle. Accepting or rejecting rules of today’s society brings forth change, which can be defined

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    Living forever

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    Living Forever might be an options with new technologies these days like nanobots. Many people tried to make a machine or a formula that would help them live forever. Nobody succeeded except Richard Feynman, who invented the nanobots. Nanobots are very helpful because they work inside your body and repair parts if our bodies can’t do it. Richard Feynman was a person who believed that willpower is only ingredient needed for success. I shall be talking about if living forever is a good thing or a bad

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    My Path of Leisure Stroll

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    The dawn of each day is as unique as each individual person who wakes with it. The predicable, inky black slates speckled with stars are faded out and over taken by the colors of pale splendor. Baby blues, soft roses and creamy yellows dye often the atmosphere while the sun overtakes the ivory orb of night. Other breaks of day burst forth with all the vivacity of a butterfly’s wing, glaring oranges, shocking hues of pink and reds brighter than a single bead of blood chase away the velvet of night

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    The Awakening by Kate Chopin has a very significant reason for the title. The title is significant for its many ways in which the main character Edna awakes to the world around her. She wakes up to better understand herself as a woman, and realizes she is unsatisfied with her life, including her sexual activity. We can see Edna’s awakening in three major stages, which lead up to the end of the book, and Edna’s death. She struggles to choose what to do with her life, wanting to go and explore and

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    In Katherine Mansfield’s story “Miss Brill,” the main character, Miss Brill, escapes to the park every Sunday afternoon to take her place in the ongoing performance. She spends her time eavesdropping and fantasizing about her surroundings. The park symbolizes a place of purpose, individuality significance, and community for the protagonist. For some people the park is a meeting place or even a place to goof off; however, for Miss Brill the sole purpose of the park was for her personal entertainment

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    Issac into Cassius

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    After a long evening of performing, the mask of my act begins to slip away, revealing all of my secrets. Forcing me to once again slide into which I really am, not Cassius my guise, but Issac. I am Issac Sous When listening to my story, You may think poor him he was the one so deceived so far from grace, When the question remains did I deceive myself? I always wanted to be one of those tragic heroes… but of course that is morbid, everyone knows what happens to a tragic hero. My story begins just

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    J'accuse: Danforth

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    Salem is in ruins. People had to hang for no apparent reason. These things have one cause: a defective and corrupted government. They had to die for being innocent, for trying to prove what was in fact genuine: that their guilt was unmerited. It was all Abigail's fault, and you did not notice what was in front of your eyes all the time. You have seen her as a saint with a pure soul only because she said things you wanted to hear. That was all acting, and you were too blind to see! Do you really

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