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    Midaq Alley

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    Naguib Mahfouz is the author of the book Midaq Alley that was translated from Arabic by Trevor Le Gassick. First published in 1966, Midaq Alley displays a historical period of Egypt in the most intimate sense as it is presented through the lives of the characters that inhabit the alley. Although the book is set in the early forties it possesses a taste of eternity as the reader watches the characters struggle through questions of morality, ethics, and traditions. (The answer of which shape their

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    The Modernist Attributes of C.L.R. James’s Minty Alley Born in Trinidad and later expatriating himself first to London and then the United States, C.L.R. James was a key figure of the West Indian literary scene during the 1930s. Today he is primarily associated with his nonliterary writings in sociology and politics, and his fiction seems to have dropped from critical attention. Part of this shortsightedness stems from the fact that little of his fiction is readily available to a reading public

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    Legalizing Abortion and Back-alley Abortionists The head of one of the major pro-choice/pro-abortion organizations in the U.S. has said: "In 1972 there were 1,000,000 illegal abortions and 5,000 to 10,000 women died from them." The data would indicate that legalized abortion is a godsend for women. This essay will examine the truth or falsity of the above quote in all of its complexity. True? Or False? No one knows. For the obvious reason that illegal abortions have never been reported

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    Naguib Mahfouz's Midaq Alley

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    Midaq Alley, by Naguib Mahfouz, is a narrative told from the third person omniscient point of view. Normally, this means that the reader gets to view the happenings of each of the character’s lives from the same vantage point as God. No one in particular is telling the story, and the reader sees the story from the view of an invisible person always present at the scene. Midaq Alley is decidedly different. Mahfouz creates an impartial character that is able to observe everything that happens in

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    New York City during the twentieth century was the core for publishing and writing music. Tin Pan Alley in the 1900’s of New York City was the place where many artists came together to create and publish music. The street was filled with a cacophony of diverse instruments playing which sounded like tin pans banging together, hence the catchy name, Tin Pan Alley. Tin Pan Alley was made up of a collection of various musical concoctions. Many different styles of music encompassed the collection

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    American evolution. Tin Pan Alley, one street among hundreds, and a piece of tragically overlooked American History; dating back to the late 1880's to past World War II, Tin Pan Alley played a critical role in peoples lives and attitudes throughout the early part of the 20th century. Built in the period of about 1852 to 1853, the buildings that stand to this day along 28th Street in New York City harbor incredible American history (A Brief-ish History of Tin Pan Alley). The first music publishers

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    alley

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    young male pedestrian tapped at Mazen's side window. The pedestrian pointed to an isolated alleyway. Mazen looked towards the direction and noticed a one-way sign on the corner, then with a shrug Mazen maneuvered the van towards the roofline shaded alley. Yasin spoke to Mazen, "I hope you know what you doing? My friend." "Yes. And I have been driving longer than years of your life," Mazen said to squelch the new boss. Yasin simply rolled his eyes without comment. His brother's plan was simple. They

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    jazz concert review

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    I have got this quote) For my concert review, I went to see the performance of Maynard Ferguson and his big band at Jazz Alley on Jan. 12th 2015. I asked some of my friends to join and they gladly agreed. Since two of my friends were a musician themselves and loved seeing live music whenever possible. They even went ahead and made a reservation. First time in Jazz Alley, the place was filled with various groups of people eating, drinking, and chatting. Our table was in good position, plus I was

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    guitar

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    An acoustic guitar strums softly in the back alley of a rock concert.Thousands of people stampede by. They flood the streets like hungry animals.It starts to rain; slowly the guitar raises and smashes into the concrete-ridden ground over and over until it is screaming,raging-a guitar madness! It breaks and cracks into millions of tiny pieces. Another dream is broken. The people don't notice. They crowd the street, standing on someone else's misery. They kick the pieces aside and enter a world where

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    Columbine

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    Dylan Klebold arrived at the local bowling alley for their early morning class. The class was Bowling, and they never missed it. Dylan wore a shirt with the label "Serial Killer" in the front, but the shirt had been seen before and nobody thought anything of it. Neither of them gave any indication of what they were planning to do that day. They acted as they would've acted on any regular day at school, except that after class ended, they left the bowling alley, and did not return to Columbine as they

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