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    Maine: The Getaway

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    Where the cool ocean breeze fills the clean mountain air exists a hidden paradise that I have treasured throughout my life. After an eight hour car ride from my house, I finally reach my getaway: Steuben, Maine. Words cannot describe the meaning, importance, and value I hold for this little town on the coast of Maine. Every summer since birth, my family and I have vacationed in Maine at a house owned by my grandparents and within close proximity to other close relatives. My mother’s father was born

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    along Siesta Key with your friends and family catching a beautiful sunset. Now is the time to start looking for your Sarasota to do just that. Off the coast of Sarasota, Florida are several fabulous barrier islands - Longboat Key, Lido Key, Siesta Key, Bird Key and Casey Key. All of them offer gorgeous beaches, abundance of outdoor activity, easy access to other great attractions of Florida and a highly sought after quality of life. Miami It is well-known for its art deco architecture, top rated beaches

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    Bubonic Plague Analysis

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    “The victims would eat lunch with their friends and dinner with their ancestors in paradise” (Boccaccio). This quote made by the famous italian writer Boccaccio symbolizes how fast the bubonic plague acted. The bubonic plague affected Earth with it’s symptoms, the treatments and cures, and the bubonic plague’s effect on Europe and the history of the world. The bubonic plague was a deadly disease and most of it’s background is still unknown to this day. The Black Death was caused by a bacteria called

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    Nietzsche Morality Essay

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    nature to be cruel. It does us good to see others suffer. It is even better when we make others suffer. Nietzsche uses hell as a demonstration of this. Nietzsche says, “…there would be more justification for placing above the gateway to the Christian Paradise and its “eternal bliss” the inscription “I too was created by eternal hate”…” (Nietzsche, 49). I had never looked at humans being this way or hell being this way, before reading Nietzsche’s book on morality. He makes an excellent point though, that

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    Quest for Eternity in the Poetry of Dickinson Over the past few decades, a considerable number of comments have been made on the idea of eternity in Emily Dickinson's poetry. The following are several examples: Robert Weisbuch's Emily Dickinson's Poetry (1975), Jane Donahue Eberwein's Dickinson: Strategies of Limitation (1985), Dorothy Huff Oberhaus' Emily Dickinson's Fascicles: Method and Meaning (1995), and James McIntosh's Nimble Believing: Dickinson and the Unknown (2000). However

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    the Boer War (also known as the Anglo-Boer Wars which Trn 2 were two wars against the British and two South African Republics that occurred in the late 1800’s) Jim Key the Educated Horse, The Dancing Girls of Madrid, and the Hagenbeck’s Zoological Paradise and Animal Circus that a... ... middle of paper ... ... seen at the fair. Many of those things are foods that we eat and enjoy now. Countless numbers of people from different countries and cultures came to see the Universal Exhibition. Today

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    Voice of the Country-House Poem There exists a small genre of poetry, dating from the early seventeenth century, known as the country-house poem. Ostensibly the impulse of these poems was to praise and please a wealthy patron, thereby gaining favour, status and wealth. A less apparent facet also existed within these poems, and that was the poet's embedded observations with regard to social values of the time that subtly and effectively criticized and praised the existing system. The dexterity

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    huge trees, blue sea, sunny skies and colorful birds, but the down side is: no one at all is living on this island except you. Will you always wish to find someone to talk to, to listen to, or to simply communicate with? How long do you think you can be able to live totally by yourself there? I think not so long. God created Prophet Adam first, then He created Eve, so both of them (Adam and Eve) accompanied each other in the paradise. So even in paradise, no one can live alone. During childhood years

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    America's Endangered Species Act

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    America's Endangered Species Act Save the Bald Eagles! Save the whales! Save the Mountain Lions! Such were the environmentalists rallying cries that brought about the Endangered Species Act of 1973. Although, the first official endangered species legislation was a 1966 bill that called for saving U.S. wildlife, but lacked the powers to do so. The Endangered Species Act(ESA) of 1973 set forth the basic rules that apply in the U.S. today. Two agencies, the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National

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    Comparing Philosophies of Donne's To His Mistress and Herrick's Corrina Going A-Maying The seventeenth century in England produced two varying schools of poetic philosophy which included the metaphysical and the cavalier. While the metaphysical poets, comprised of the artists who followed John Donne's use of the metaphysical conceit, tended to reinforce the traditional forms of love and devotion, the cavalier poets, led by Ben Johnson, intellectualized the themes of their poetry. Both metaphysical

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