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  • We Must Put an End to Habitat Destruction

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    because of our rapid expansion in many different areas around the world. Pollution, deforestation, overconsumption, urban development, tourism, and agriculture are just some of the examples from this issue. Many of the things that cause habitat destruction have to do with the methods our society uses for living. This is why not enough is being done to address the issue, and any action taken against it is incomparable. No one really takes the time to think ways to alter their lifestyle to make them

  • The Destructors

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    revenge of a society in which his parents have come down. His father, formerly an architect, is working as a clerk ; and his mother considers herself better than the neighbors. This leaves T with nothing better to do than join the local gang. In the destruction of Old Misery's house, he is given the ability to lash out at the world in response to the misfortune it beset onto him. T is very decided and sees the world as a collection of sayings powered by actions. He tends to destroy Old Misery's house

  • Fire and Ice by Robert Frost

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    published in 1923. This is a nine-line poem: Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I have tasted of desire, I hold those who favor ice. But if I had to parish twice, I think I know enough of hate To say that for destruction ice Is also great And would suffice. This is one of Robert Frost simplest poems. When I initially read this poem, the first thing that came to my mind was the biblical theory. In the second line "Some say in ice" furthered my theory. In the

  • The Signficance of Violence in Graham Greene's The Destructors

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    Destructors” witnessed destruction every day of their lives and played in the rumble of homes as they would a mound of dirt. The gang met every morning at “the site of the last bomb of the first blitz,” which hit when the leader of the gang was but a year old. Along with the destruction to the ground they met on, the house just beside it “suffered from the blast of the bomb and the walls were supported on wooden struts.” The gang was well accustomed to seeing destruction, therefore their imaginations

  • Medea: Vengeance Will Be Mine!

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    grief bearable, and “annihilation” is “pure music.” She is wants “…to annihilate the past”, and obliterate everything Jason is, was, and ever will be. The omen of the young mare tearing at the stallion with its teeth symbolizes Medea’s impending destruction upon Jason. In order to do so, she plots to ravage everything Jason loves, namely Creusa, Creon, and their children. Medea plots to leave Jason “friendless” and “mateless” She sets her plan into motion after Creon banishes her and her children

  • The Image of Fire in Faulkner’s Short Stories, Barn Burning and Shingles for the Lord

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    for the Lord.” Throughout the two stories, fire emerged as a destructive device. The production of fire directly or indirectly destroyed property and the image of the characters, Snopes and Pap. Fire symbolized the character’s deceitful ways and destruction of his identity in society. The fathers present in the two stories possessed deceitful natures. In the story “Barn Burning,” Snopes’ ill manner erupted into arson. He appeared as the defiant worker. After destroying the landowner’s expensive

  • We Are Heading To An Apocalypse Of Our Own Creation

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    powerful indication that mankind will destroy itself if we do not “keep track.” What stops a leader in Washington from launching a weapon of mass destruction against his enemies? The answer is simple in theory, however the repercussions of the implications made are so complex that they dare not be pondered by man. M.A.D. or Mutually Assured Destruction. That leader can be assured that if he launches a weapon against another country, that country, or it’s allies, will launch back. We have created

  • The Desolate Cosmos of Ray Bradbury's “There Will Come Soft Rains”

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    Ray Bradbury manages to create a highly advanced, dark and desolate cosmos, by including modernistic machines and highly advanced tech, while showing little presence of life and color in his short-story “There Will Come Soft Rains”. The ultramodern technology and presence of radiation suggest that the novel is set after a nuclear holocaust which has wiped out most life, while the robots and houses still strive and continue to serve their purpose, which was to serve us humans. Ray successfully manages

  • Robert Frost's Birches

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    I chose “Birches” from Mountain Interval which was written by Robert Frost during the early 1900’s. “Birches” is a complex poem, yet it isn't to some. When we first read the poem, all I could think of was how the poem just wasted 10 minutes of my life. Yet after some research I found out that Robert Frost is considered to be one of the greatest poets of the 20th century. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize 4 times. So there had to be more to this poem than just a farm boy talking about swinging on

  • Destruction Of Rainforest Destruction

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    Stop the Destruction 25 million hectares of rainforest trees are cut down each year, which is 250 billion square meters of rainforest trees lost per year. This dramatically threatens all three of the world's major rainforests, so should rainforest destruction really be allowed? By researching why rainforest destruction is important to humans, how rainforest destruction effects animals, and how rainforest destruction affects the environment, it is clear that rainforest destruction should be prohibited