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    Cultural Analysis of The Coldest Winter Ever

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    The Coldest Winter Ever Born Lisa Williamson in 1964, Sister Souljah is a hip-hop artist that burst to the forefront of mainstream media in 1992 when she was criticized by then Presidential candidate Bill Clinton for saying “If Black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people?” Clinton was trying to prove to other Democrats that he did not sympathize with the organization that Souljah was a member of. She basically said Bill Clinton and went on to sign music and

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    Sister Souljah

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    has a CD produced called 360 Degrees of Power, and she is currently working on another one. Any one who purchase her album will have a full understanding of what she think and believe. Many people are waiting on the release of her first film The Coldest Winter Ever...

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    Porsche Santiaga had spent the first eight years of her life looking up to her older sister Winter Santiaga. In the book “The Coldest Winter Ever” it was all about Winter Santiaga, but in the in the sequel “A Deeper Love Inside” Its time to tell Winter’s younger sister Porsche story. After the arrest of the father of the Santiaga sisters, everything changed for everyone. Winter started worrying about things she never even had to worry about. She had to take care of her sisters like a mother would

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    then ease me into the plot. Life doesn’t always start off as a fairytale so I prefer that my novels don’t either. So while reading this novel, I was evaluating not only the author but the content and if it would live up to the hype. In “The Coldest Winter Ever” by Sister Souljah, her overall purpose in writing this book. Was to show the reader the real “ghetto” life and answer questions many of her loyal readers had. But to also represent the honest truth about living in the ghetto. This type of

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    weather, “snow” comes to mind. From making snow angels, building snowmen, throwing snowballs, and catching snowflakes on our tongues, we anticipate living in every single moment of this Winter Wonderland. However, at any time, this perfect depiction of a Winter Wonderland could unravel unexpectedly to becoming a Winter Disaster, known as a snow blizzard. In accordance to the National Weather Service that the LIVESCIENCE website quotes of, a blizzard is a “storm with considerable falling or blowing snow

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    Winter There are four different types of seasons. They are Summer, Spring, Fall, and Winter. They each hold its own period in which they occur. Some days are long and some days are short depending on the season. Different weather, daylight hours, holidays, and different events are all events in which occur throughout the season. The events that can occur also depends on what’s the season. In each season, there are different activities that can be accomplished. For example, some seasons contain certain

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    The Importance of Time in The Winter's Tale Leon. No foot shall stir. Paul. Music, awake her; strike! [Music] Tis time; descend; be stone no more; approach; Strike all that look upon with marvel. Come! I'll fill your grave up: stir, nay, come away: Bequeath to death your numbness; for from him Dear life redeems you. You perceive she stirs: --The Winter's Tale (V.iii.98-103) Unlike most of Shakespeare's earlier plays, The Winter's Tale moves from tragedy to comedy

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    When Opposites Attract, Balance Is Achieved

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    to us that the brother’s training times were balanced with both of them resting and relaxing in the winter to working as hard as they can in the summer. Conclusively you can see that by the symbols from “The Scarlet Ibis” by James Hurst that no one force will ever over power it’s opposite but will consistently acquire equality. As discussed with the symbols of life and death, Sun and rain and winter and summer each one has its own way of balancing out the other, such as the Sun can dry up rain and

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    Spinster, by Sylvia Plath

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    “Spinster” by Sylvia Plath is a poem that consists of a persona, who in other words serves as a “second self” for the author and conveys her innermost feelings. The poem was written in 1956, the same year as Plath’s marriage to Ted Hughes, who was also a poet. The title suggests that the persona is one who is not fond of marriage and the normal rituals of courtship as a spinster is an unmarried woman, typically an older woman who is beyond the usual age of marriage and may never marry. The persona

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    The Curse of the Orange Tree and the Artist "In a Green Night" by Derek Walcott is a poem about the conflicting feelings of life. "In a Green Night" focuses on the ever-present threat of death, and how our lives revolve around the inevitability of death. Through metaphors, paradoxes, and repetition, Walcott exemplifies the hopelessness and glory that occur when an artist realizes that, in his quest for creating the perfect piece of art, he is ultimately growing closer to death--just as an orange

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