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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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    own blood, and to this day has a great deal of respect for him. The first time Smith’s family gets a taste of a financially comfortable life is when the factory his father worked in gave them a lump of cash upon his father’s death. “…a wad of crisp blue-back fivers ain’t a sight of good” (Sillitoe, 20) says Smith as the one break his family got was only due to his father’s death. Smith is not money hungry, he steels simply to get by. He knows exactly where he stands in the world- in direct opposition

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    Selling Women their Vices

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    audience and make these vices seem not so bad. The first ad is by Pabst Brewing Company. It depicts two couples bowling and uses a poem to capture the reader’s attention. There is also the Pabst Blue Ribbon logo and the bodies of the people are ribbons. After the poem, there is a paragraph used to sell Pabst Blue Ribbon to the reader by talking about the history and taste of the beer. This ad looks like it was designed to sell the beer to women by using words and images of fun, excitement, and achievement

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    passion for something he had never thought about as a career. Knight wanted to be an entrepreneur and he dove into his dream by flying to Japan to meet with a shoe manufacturer. When he met with the manufacturers he introduced himself as the head of Blue Ribbon Sports, which was a company that he made up on the spot, this started Knight’s career as an entrepreneur. Knight partnered with his track

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    Ribbon

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    Ribbon There once was a ribbon. Her name was Ribbon, as plain as the decorative object that she was. Ribbon was very vain and liked to get up every morning from her place in the sewing basket full of odds and ends. Every morning, she would look into the small pink hand mirror that would be lying beside her in the sewing basket. She would see the cutest, most beautiful face in the whole world every morning and was delighted. Then Ribbon would reluctantly stop admiring herself and would begin to

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    identical trophy for participating in the league. They did not work as hard: they practiced less than half as much as John’s team, and they are rewarded almost equally to make sure everyone feels like a winner. The concept that every child deserves a blue ribbon or a trophy for trying their best plagues generation Y every day of their young lives. The principle behind our entire society is if one works hard he/she will be rewarded justly, this principle is considered the framework for the American dream

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    France 1928-1929) Corbusier created a building based upon his principles of architecture, and the idea of the house as a machine for living. These programmatic elements yielded a simple building that followed his five points of architecture (peloti, ribbon windows, a roof garden, free façade, and free plan). The way in which he composes these elements and ultimately how he represents the building are what make this a truly interesting piece of architecture, instead of a place for storing hay (as the

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    some dumb

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    if someone has the same answer then it doesn't count. So after everyone has read their answers then who ever has the most wins! Design a Veil Divide guests into teams of 3 or 4. Give each team the following: 2 rolls of toilet paper, 2 strips of ribbon about 12 inches long, and a few silk flowers (ones with bendable wire stems work the best). Tell them to design a veil for the bride, using one team member as the model. To keep the talking down, tell them that they only have 5 minutes (actually give

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    these men cause until redeeming herself through innocence. Hardy, in his portrayal of Tess as "The Maiden," begins with the May Day Dance, where Tess has yet to develop her beauty but wears a red ribbon in her hair, the only girl to do so in the train of "white-frocked maids."  The ribbon signifies what she has that the other girls do not: an inner beauty which will win her-much against her will-the affections of men.  At the sight of her father singing on his way home, the other girls begin

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    The Rate of Reaction Of Metals with Acids Introduction In this investigation I will be looking at the rate of reaction between a metal, which will be magnesium ribbon, and an acid. The acids will either be hydrochloric, ethanoic, sulphuric or phosphoric acid. I will be finding out if the activation energy changes depending on whether a strong or weak acid is used. I will also be investigating whether or not there is a change in the order of reaction if a dibasic acid is used instead of a monobasic

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