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    Exploring Identity and Time in Here, An Arundel Tomb and The Whitsun Weddings Larkin has been criticized over the years for the moroseness of his poems, the blackened description of everyday life that some people say lacks depth, however, unlike many other poets, Larkin does not always write the truth or the depth of his feelings. In many there is a voice, trying to convince its author of something that is usually quite evident or exploring itself but revealing only the surface. Why he is trying

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    ‘An Arundel Tomb’, by Philip Larkin, is written to preserve the image portrayed by a sculpture located on a tomb in Arundel. The poet uses this poem to convey the feelings, which the sight of this tomb induces for him. The whole poem itself is describing how an idea or identity in history is preserved through this sculpture. The poem consists of seven stanzas, mostly in trochaic tetrameter. The rhyming pattern for each stanza is ABBCAC. ‘Side by side,’ immediately brings forth the idea of the

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    and forget (as he shows in "The Building" when describing death and the hospital as the real world and life outside the hospital as the fake world). The elements outlive man and therefore, in their eternity are more powerful and important as in "Arundel Tomb" where the "undated snow" outlives the love symbolised by the statues holding hands. It could be argued of course that "Solar" is but an effort to criticise traditional poetry and the vacuous quality of society, however "Solar" does seems genuine

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    lot of competition to be in the team. I was chosen for the team as I am a stylish middle order batsmen and a wicketkeeper, I am also a useful bowler. My season for Ifield I started tremendously well. In my first game against league winners Arundel I scored an unbeaten 70, the top scoring of both teams. I could not believe I was top scorer of the match. In all my dreams I could not imagine this. I took two vital catches which secured the game. I scored 69, 127, 47 and 53 in the other games

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    Richard II

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    Richard II Life: He was born in Bordeaux France on January 6, 1367. He was the son of Edward the Black Prince and the grandson of King Edward III. Richard succeeded to his grandfather's throne on June 22, 1377, at the young age of ten. Due to his young age the government continued to be run by nobles of the kingdom, in the same fashion it had been in the last years of his grandfather's reign. These nobles were dominated by his Uncle John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Guant's misrule brought

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    A Place to Remember When I was sixteen years of age, my Gram, Aunt Jamie, and I went to Scotland. We visited many places, such as Edinburgh, Sterling, and Dumfries. We also visited Arundel, Windsor, and London in England. The most exciting part of our trip was when we went and saw the house my Grandad born in and the family house. As I looked at those houses, I felt like I was home, I had found the place I was supposed to be. All my life I have known who I was and where I was from, I am Scottish

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    High School Dress Code

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    choose to wear, why should the school tell them that what they wear in unacceptable. After all, if their parents choose to purchase the clothing for their kids to wear, then that is their business, and no one else’s. At Chesapeake High School in Anne Arundel County, the dress code is very highly enforced and strict. Some of the dress code violations are a little over the top. For instance, girls cannot wear tank tops or halter-tops. How is a girl’s upper back being shown really affecting the school? Another

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    Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church and The Love Song of Alfred J. Prufrock The span of time from the Victorian age of Literature to the Modernism of the 20th century wrought many changes in poetry style and literary thinking. While both eras contained elements of self-scrutiny, the various forms and reasoning behind such thinking were vastly different. The Victorian age, with it's new industrialization of society, brought to poetry and literature the fictional character, seeing

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    also to allow Polynices to have a good after-life. Antigone causes the death of three people, whether directly or indirectly. First of all, she directly causes her own death because she hangs herself, rather than starving to death inside the sealed up tomb the Creon had her put into. Second, she directly causes the death of Haemon because he loved her and truly cared for her and her did not want to live without her. Lastly, Antigone indirectly causes Eurydice, Haemon’s mother and Creon’s wife, to kill

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    king tutt

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    This answer can be attributed to the discovery of his tomb and his elaborate treasure. King Tut’s tomb was a major discovery of the 19th century. It was discovered November 4, 1922 in the Valley of the Kings by Howard Carter. It was a phenomenal discovery that made headlines across the world. Up until the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, it was believed that all royal tombs had been robbed and drained of their treasure. For the first time, a tomb, which was almost intact, had been discovered and remained

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