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  • Walthitney Houston: The Life And Success Of Whitney Houston

    1042 Words  | 5 Pages

    “Whitney Houston” (the name of her first album) was a huge success. Two of her most famous singles, How Will I Know and Saving All My Love For You were at the top of the charts for 14 non-consecutive weeks, a huge success for her debut. She even won a Grammy for one of those songs. After the success of her first album, she released her second album, “Whitney.” The album went platinum and she won another Grammy for her hit song, I Wanna Dance With Somebody

  • Missouri State Fair Short Story

    937 Words  | 4 Pages

    Andy Grammer. The new, upcoming artist that just released a debut album. 5 more minutes, Torturous. We still haven’t told Logan we were meeting Andy Grammer without him. Oh well. Andy Grammer walked out of his tour bus like he was in a movie. We all went crazy. One by one the line moved closer to him. It was our turn

  • Reflection Of Hamilton

    1546 Words  | 7 Pages

    You check your watch, 5 minutes till 1. 5 minutes till the music begins to blare and now, only 4 minutes and 30 seconds now until you are completely captivated into a whole new world. You’re sitting there, clutching the playbill in your hands. You peer down at it and admire the golden background with a big black star in the center that has a silhouette of a man standing on top. The bold black letters that reveal the title of this show, read: HAMILTON. You look up with astonishment as the lights dim

  • A Case for Genetically Modified Babies

    1010 Words  | 5 Pages

    Although many people believe that babies should be born naturally, they should be born genetically modified because the modifications benefit the baby by preventing it from suffering of diseases, disabilities or birth defects. For years babies have been born naturally with no drugs or modifications and have lived a healthy happy life, however many of those babies have suffered horrible birth defects or various diseases. Today scientists have discovered a way to prevent babies and their families

  • Every Day, by David Levithan

    890 Words  | 4 Pages

    Breaking rules is what makes humans learn. This is what David Levithan interpreted in his 322-page fictional novel, Every Day. David Levithan uses characterization, vivid imagery, and irony to convey to readers that systems don’t follow rules. Every Day, a 322-page fictional novel by David Levithan takes place in Maryland. In the novel, Every Day, there are protagonists, and antagonists. The novel’s protagonist goes by the name A, and Rhiannon. The antagonists are Nathan, and Justin. Throughout

  • Music of Our Lives

    532 Words  | 3 Pages

    Music of Our Lives The sweet rhythm of a fast beat, the slow steady pace of a love song, or heavy rock-and-roll anthem to energize yourself. Music has always been an important key, all across the world, n expressing, motivating, and being ourselves together in the toughest of time. Better or worse. Music, in every type, plays an important role in committing to its many jobs with the key ingredients of lyrics, pace, rhythm, and that little piece of soul given to each song written. Which is how, even

  • Guilt: Relationship in the Office

    771 Words  | 4 Pages

    It had been three weeks since everything had started. It was honestly an accident the first time but after that it was just a normal thing. Ray had never been one for parities but was dragged along by Michael three weeks ago and then ended up in Joel’s bed underneath him begging for Joel’s hands on his body. Joel was drunk out of his mind when it happened and didn’t even remember the night until the next morning when he felt Ray’s light body over the top of his. Joel remembered the good feeling and

  • The Story of an Hour and A Pair of Silk Stockings

    1293 Words  | 6 Pages

    Undecided Course of the Future Realism occurs everyday, one may not know but its the reason why know not everyone gets to live their lives to a happy ending, its the reason why sometimes you can't get everything you want in your life. Realism is the attitude or practice of accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly. Realism is a trend which takes place in the nineteenth century during which literature depicted life "as is," and focuses on real life. This literary

  • Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley

    1047 Words  | 5 Pages

    What make a novel good? If a novel has important insights, it is worth reading. Therefore, the novel Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley is a good novel. Firstly, the novel talks about how loss is unavoidable in life. Secondly, it shares a variety of insights on hope. Lastly, the novel shares insights on the journey of life. The novel, Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley, shares important insights about loss, hope, and journey. To begin, this novel is good because it shares important

  • The Kingdom of Frinda

    1711 Words  | 7 Pages

    Concesta sat quietly in the hut listening to what Zellacta had told him of the armoured soldiers, and how they stood no chance against them, as they had strength in their bodies to take each warrior without having to fight hard for it. “Not looking into their eyes was our own chance of survival,” said zellecta, as Concesta shook his head in disbelief. “If they come again, I hope that we are able to defeat them.” Concesta nodded, he too hoped this. “This whole war has been one big — ooh- annoyance