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    Symbolism in Fuentes' Aura

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    On the surface, Fuentes' Aura is a very strange and eerie book. It draws you in and keeps you there, forcing you to read the book to its very end. Just below the surface, a world of symbolism, words and parallels lead to a greater understanding of what is happening throughout this captivating tale. Skimming the surface of the story, an abundance of symbols can be signaled out, but a recurrence of symbols is very important. One of the most prevalent symbols found in this story is the darkness of

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    The Kobo Aura – reading experience beyond expectations We have finally met a supreme e-reader with fascinating technology and supreme reading experience. With the new ClarityScreen of 6”, edge-to-edge low-glare Pearl E Ink screen, and high resolution, you will get the ultimate paper reading expirenece, no matter if you are reading in the dark, or in the direct sunlight. E-ink screen gives an expirence of reading that doenst involves flashes inbetween pages transitions, and provides pinch-to-zoom

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    Migraine: The Unbearable Headache

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    Migraine: The Unbearable Headache I often remember my grandmother lying down on the couch with an agonizing look on her face. At times like these, she'd frequently ask to turn down the volume of anything seemingly too loud, or to dim the lights. Grandma was going through her common, yet terrible incidents of migraine headaches. As a child, I never really understood why aspirin wouldn't help her pain. After all, that's what we all took when we had a headache, and soon enough we were back to feeling

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    individual experiencing a migraine may suffer from one or many of these symptoms during an attack. Each migraine attack can vary in it's symptoms and severity making it difficult for a correct medical diagnosis to be made. About 15-20% of people experience aura symptoms (visual disturbances) before the onset of their migraine (About Migraine, n.d.). There are a variety of methods used to prevent and treat migraines including prescription medication, over the counter medications, nutrition management, proper

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    Pain Management forMmigraine Sufferers

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    If a disorder prevented you from living your life normally for an average of a few days every month, how would you feel? For the 300 million people who suffer from migraines worldwide, they know exactly how it feels (Dodick & Gargus, 2008). Migraines are a painful neurological disorder; characterized with symptoms described as severe, pulsating pain accompanied by, sensitivity to light, sounds, smells, nausea and vomiting, with blurred distorted vision (Dodick & Gargus, 2008). Migraines are still

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    Migraine Causes and Treatment

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    Any type of pain that incapacitates one from doing everyday tasks can be debilitating to the body and self. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, migraines are ranked to be in the world’s top twenty most disabling medical illnesses (n.d.). “Migraines have been estimated to affect 8.7 million women and 2.6 million men in the United States at an estimated cost of 6.5 to 17.2 billion dollars a year” (Kinart, Cuppett, & Berg, 2002). Many doctors cannot pinpoint the cause of migraines in any

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    Introduction A. Have you ever experienced an unbearable pain in your head that could worsen with just the sound of a single pen falling to the floor or cringed at the sight of a single light switch flipping on that could aggravate your already spotty vision? Have you ever felt a wave of nausea consume your body that could cause your previous meal to be anywhere but your stomach? B. Maybe you had no clue what these symptoms indicated at the time, but you may soon discover that you could have suffered

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    Migraines Essay

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    Today is a good day. Today there is only mild throbbing in my right temple. Feels like a small ice pick jabbed in my head. Unlike a bad day when it feels as if I am giving birth through my head just after someone beat my skull and neck with a baseball bat. This is a small example of how it feels to live with migraines. It was an ordinary day at work back in 1987 when I received my first visit from the migraine. The day was unforgettable. I was twenty years old. Out of nowhere, my peripheral

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    in a story represents. Though not all stories have symbolism, those that do possess more excitement than those that do not. In the novella Aura by Carlos Fuentes, there is an extensive use of symbolism. James Hall wrote the article “Why You Should Use Symbolism in Your Writing” on symbolism that helps to describe why Fuentes’ use of symbolism is important in Aura. Fuentes uses symbolism to hide the climax of the story and also to

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    to dive deeper into and explore the many connections that music has to offer is from Variation III, section heading: "We Are Climbing Jacob's Latter." The particular part that grabbed my interest was the reference to Elvis changing the meaning of "Aura Lee" by releasing his variation of the song titled "Love Me Tender." The section starts by Ressler entering the state of Illinois in 1957. He is coming to the state in order to start researching the code behind the science of Genetics. Up until

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