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    Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess named Gwen. She cared about everyone, from her father’s dukes to the peasants in the villages. She even cared for the animals in the field by her castle. Everyday she would walk through the field, singing in the most beautiful voice. The birds would sing along with her and the rabbits would hop along at her feet, listening to her gorgeous voice. Even the nasty mosquitoes wouldn’t bite her, for then she would stop singing. One day when Gwen was about

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    The light, so brilliant and beautiful, everywhere always everywhere, filling every corner and creves. Shining around me, through me, from me. I feel delishesly warm, the heat spreading though out my entire body. All my nerves and senses completely aware of all life, even the smallest miniscule particles. Then the voices, they are always next, as much as I relish hearing them, I also dread it because I know what is coming after. “You are complete” they whisper in a warm, kind tone, one that puts me

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    Everyone has someone who impacts their life; my person happened to come to me in my 6th grade year when I met the teacher that had an influence on my life forever. Her name was Shonda Briggs, Mrs. Briggs was what I called her, and she was my English teacher. She was someone who taught me one of the most valuable lessons that I have learned so far in life: Never waste an opportunity to learn. In sixth grade I chose to express my feelings by turning to reading and writing. Mrs. Briggs could see

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    In the novel The Tortilla Curtain there is a lot of themes, some of the themes are Racism and The American Dream. Racism is an important theme because of how T.C Boyle portrays racism towards Mexicans and immigrants by such acts like building the wall around Arroyo Blanco and when Jack Jardine Jr. seeks and destroys the Ricóns camp and then proceeding to vandalizing people’s property and then framing the Mexicans. The American Dream is a huge theme not just for the immigrants, although that is where

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    The Color of Change

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    Sunlight peered through the boarded ceiling in the old barn turning straw into spun gold, horses whinnied and chuffed from time to time, their manure ripe and pungent from the heat, and outside a war raged on. Sharecropping between the races had begun recently, but it hadn't changed much. Ignorance was prevalent still and so death hung in the air while life proceeded forward as with wet wool weighing her down. "Nevertheless, my love, it will all be over soon. Johnny is sure of it. The Union has lost

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    Work can affect you in so many ways. It can prepare you for things in life that you would not have learned unless you worked. When I was 16 years of age I got my first job. My job consisted of cleaning a house, cooking, and being the nanny of three children. This job affected me in ways I did not think possible. I started working for this family because the mother had a severe case of depression. Some days she would get out of bed for just a few hours but she never got anything done. The father decided

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    I have never done research on cerebral palsy before, and all of the topics really interested me. I believe these studies presented and addressed each topic well. The study that I found most interesting was the one about improving disability awareness and social inclusion for kids and youth with CP. I loved how the authors actually interviewed or had a group discussion with the kids and youth, rather than assume how they felt or ask people that do not even have CP. People may feel reluctant to ask

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    It was unusual for it to be so bright and sunny on a Christmas eve. This was one of the reasons why Edward could never forget that frightful day. He sat in the public park, alone throwing small chunks of stale bread on the ground for the pigeons who flocked by his feet. There was no snow that winter. Just rain. However, the small town had been blessed with sunshine and cheer. Edward didn't notice the small groups of men who were in a stressful rush to buy a last minute gift for their loved ones.

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    like to answer that question?” the teacher asked. I vaguely recalled him regarding himself as Dr. Smith, or Dr. Smythe, or some other common, nondescript surname. “I'm sorry, I wasn't paying attention,” I replied, wondering why in the world he would single out the kid who was not disrupting his class in any way. “That's right you weren't. Don't make me phone your parents again!” You have a doctorate, I thought, what in the world are you doing instructing a bunch of spoilt, boisterous 2nd grade kids

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    Mama's dream

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    Remember, 20 years ago, when you were fresh out of high school. You had so many dreams and plans; dreams of becoming a lawyer, living in a fancy house, being in a happy marriage, and not having to worry about finances. Now you are faced with the grim reality that not one of your dreams has come true, because you didn’t work towards them. Colin Powell stated that “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” A Raisin in the Sun by, Lorraine Hansberry

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