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    Alanys Chavez Come One, Come All to The Drowsy Chaperone The play that I saw was The Drowsy Chaperone, directed by Michael Wise. My overall impression of this play was that it was exceptionally amusing! The set was quite simple, a small chair to the left of the stage with a record player, records, a lamp desk and an old phone. There were backdrop structures that could be moved to create different scenes, simple and functional. I expected this play to have a very simple plot, as this is what my professor

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    The Worst Thanksgiving November 24th, 2014 on that fiery, horrible, and miserable day. While I was at the mall in Alabama, my family was in trouble. I had the choice of spending family time or going shopping, but I soon regretted going shopping on that day, I wish I could reverse my mistake; even though I couldn’t do anything to change what happened. I woke up on Thanksgiving Day catching a whiff of the marvelous, sweet potato pie that was cooking in the kitchen. Furthermore, I jumped out of bed

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    being spared violence. Since the very beginning of time, women had been put into a specific position where they could not simply escape. Especially religious attempts to “categorize” or match them into a certain classification has a long tradition. Elaine T. Lawless explains in her work that the biblical story

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    The Accomplishments of Hilda Solis

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    Showing any kind of courage can lead to sacrifices. When a person takes action for what she believes in despite the consequences, she is showing political courage. Because Hilda Solis was taught by her father, an immigrant from Mexico who worked at a battery recycling plant, to stand up for her rights no matter what heritage she is, Solis was conscious about the difficulties of being in a working-class community. While in college, Solis interned at the White House Office of Hispanic Affairs which

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    The Winner's Tale

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    Does a morally sound tale become less morally sound based on the teller’s morals? A tale is a tale, and to base a story’s morals off of the teller rather than the message is absurd. This is why The Pardoner’s Tale should win The Host’s contest in the Canterbury Tales over The Wife of Bath’s Tale. When choosing a winner between these two tales, one must first consider the rules on the contest. The Host set the rules that the story must be morally sound, yet entertaining. The tales of the Wife of Bath

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    Cathedral

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    Cathedral “I wasn’t enthusiastic about his visit. He was no one I knew. And his being blind bothered me” (99) the narrator tells us in Raymond Carver’s Cathedral. An old friend of the narrator’s wife, Robert, is coming to visit them at their home. The narrator is not at all pleased with this situation and lets us know it from the beginning. Throughout the story, the narrator begins to see the blind man in a different light and his mind-set begins to change to admiration. The narrator seems

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    The story of Cathedral, by Raymond Carver, shows that you do not have to see someone or something in order to appreciate them for who or what they are. It is about a husband, the narrator, and his wife who live in a house. The wife, whose name they do not mention, has a very close friend who is blind. His name is Robert. Robert's wife dies, and comes to their house to spend a couple of days with the narrator and his wife. The narrator, whose name they do not mention as well, is always on edge because

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    Le Babe du Bush Rob stepped jauntily out of the store and into the bright Seattle summer sunlight, his shopping bag full. In it, there were three books, a sweater, some Legos for his kids, and a new watch for his brother. Stowing the presents in his saddlebags, he climbed onto his old Harley Davidson Road King which he had restored. After he’d put on his helmet, he revved the engine, blaring that Harley sound through the streets of downtown Seattle, and pulled away from the curb. He took the long

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    Throughout time, artists have been incorporating hidden messages and meanings in their work. Many of these messages and symbols, when put together, are able to tell the story of what is happening in the scene. In Jan Van Eyck’s painting, Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife, there are many hidden symbols and cryptic messages waiting to be discovered. At first glance, the reader may overlook or not even find any of the symbols or fail to connect small background objects to the main focus of the painting

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    At some point in everybody’s life they feel the sorrow and anguish of losing somebody. The the stories “Nashville Gone to Ashes” and “When It’s Human Instead of When It’s Dog”, both a widow and widower are not able to move on with their life after the loss of their loved one. In both cases the mister and the widow both come to the conclusion that their significant other is not coming back leading them to find ways to cope with their deaths, move on and function the best they can with their lives

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