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    Analysis of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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    Huck Finn learns from the actions of people around him, what kind of a person he is going to be. He is both part of the society and an outlier of society, and as such he is given the opportunity to make his own decisions about what is right and what is wrong. There are two main groups of characters that help Huck on his journey to moral maturation. The first group consists of Widow Douglas, Miss Watson, and the judge. They portray society and strict adherence to rules laid out by authority. The

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    Broadway Impact

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    The Broadway lights have not always shined as bright as they do now. It took quite a bit of time for Broadway to jump start into the popular entertainment it is known for today. It started at the perfect time; war, cultural struggle, the depression, and the "roaring 20s". Broadway changed the world, specifically the United States. Despite its rise and fall in popularity, Broadway played a key role in shaping the entertainment industry and impacted American culture. In 1750, two actor-managers

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    The Jewish Community of Argentina Argentina is the second largest nation in Lain America and boasts the largest Jewish community in the region (200,000 of its 35 million people). From an open door policy of immigration to the harboring of Nazi war criminals, Argentina's Jews have faced period of peaceful coexistence and periods of intense anti-Semitism. Argentina's Jews have numerous Jewish community organizations. The DIAI (Delegacion de Asociaciones Israelitas Argentinas) was founded in 1939

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    Introduction: Disorder - both in narrative and of narrative - is omni-present today, and trauma and syndromes proliferate: Tourette Syndrome1 has become a trope for the whole post-modern condition... Amnesia is more widespread than in living memory... Attention Deficit Disorder adds up... These disorders and their names are more familiar to us than ever before, and the terminology of trauma and symptomology no longer belongs to a narrow professional (medical or therapeutic) register. We are

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    Women's Issues and Multiculturalism ABSTRACT: In part one of this paper, I offer a description of the main versions of multiculturalism, with its liberal interpretation among them. In part two, I give an outline of the changes that have taken place in women's social status in the course of history and of the various stages of their emancipation process. In the third part I examine the relationship between multiculturalism and women's issues in general. Finally, I explore the same in Hungary, and

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    American Pie

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    American Pie With every aspect of our lives we are making a point, arguing a belief, or refuting some other aspect of our existence. Aesthetic pieces, most avidly poems and songs, argue a message both in the lyrics and in the meaning posed between the lines. “American Pie,” in a multitude of ways, argues that American lives and memories are closely intertwined with the music of the time period. Not only does “American Pie” argue a message it also pulls many generations together. Today, thirty

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