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    The setting of a story gives readers insight to the main characters. Setting is the time and place where an event occurs. It can help set the mood, influence how the characters behave, and reveal the circumstances of the main characters. In Hemingway 's “Hill 's like White Elephants”, the setting reveals the circumstances of the main characters; Jig and the American. In this short story the setting is the surroundings of the characters which include; the train station, vegetation, landscape, and

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    What Happened in Sleepy Willow - Original Writing AXE! There had been 72 brutal killings that we know of and probably many more in the quiet town of Sleepy Willow. When I was given the case I pictured two or three murders,

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    Claude Monet and Nature

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    Claude Monet was born in Paris in 1840 and would become known as one of France’s famous painters. Monet is often attributed with being the leading figure of the style of impressionism; but this was not always the case. Monet started out his career as a caricaturist, showing great skill. Eventually “Monet began to accompany [Eugène] Boudin as the older artist . . . worked outdoors, . . . this “truthful” painting, Monet later claimed, had determined his path as an artist.” Monet’s goal took off

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    Life is about a choice we take and its consequences."Hills like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway is about an American man and a girl named Jig who are traveling throughout Spain together. The story takes place at the railroad station between Barcelona and Madrid while waiting for the train to Madrid the American decides to have a beer with Jig (girl). Jig talks about the landscapes and describing the hills as white elephants, the American disagree with her. The American switch to talking about

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    Union Station

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    When one hears the word “union” the thought of coming together springs to mind and that is exactly what Union Station did. It was one of the many depots that connected the city of Dayton, Ohio with the rest of the country before highway systems even existed. During the time of its existence it was part of a movement that helped shape a nation to become one of the top powers of the world. Union Station was visited by many and helped change the face of a city. In 1851 Dayton heard its first train

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    Claude Monet: More than an Impression

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    Revolution, which had started in 1830 (Francegate.com). Napoleon’s right hand man, Baron Haussman, redesigned the Europe District of Paris (Steele 35). He added huge boulevards and transformed Paris’ first train station into the magnificent station, Gare Saint Lazare. The changes that happened in the Europe District eventually spr... ... middle of paper ... ... of his life he wanted to return to God. The speed and virility of trains can be equated with his younger life, while his older years are

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    The Gare Saint-Lazare

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    The Gare Saint-Lazare by Claude Monet is one of 12 paintings completed by the artist of the same location, a commuter train station called The Gare Saint-Lazare in Paris. During this time, he moved himself from Argenteuil to a small apartment near the station while he was working on these paintings. Monet lived from 1840 to 1926 and is considered to be the father of impressionism, the term deriving from his painting entitled Impression, Sunrise. Monet often painted the same location many times

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    The aviation industry encounters new challenges and threats nowadays as airports’ functions have changed. The following paragraphs will explain these different challenges the aviation industry has to face today. Airport operators need to embrace state of the art technology in order to renew the travel experience of passengers according to today’s standard. Airports face competition of: adjacent cities, high-speed trains connecting cities and social media connecting the world to work. I. Challenges/threats

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    Haussmann's Paris

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    In the middle of Napoleon III's reign, the transformation of Paris began. He commissioned Baron Georges-Eugene Haussmann to renovate the city between 1852 and 1870. Baron Haussmann received a lot of criticism for his redesign of Paris and it unfortunately led to his downfall in 1870. However should one see Haussmann as the saviour or destroyer of Paris? Georges-Eugene Haussmann was born in Paris on the 27th of March 1809. He studied Law at the College Henri IV located in the Latin Quarter on the

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    A mediados del siglo XIX, el centro de París , contrariamente a la creencia popular, no es una ciudad de la Edad Media . París siempre se ha reconstruido , pero es cierto que el crecimiento de la población de la capital, en el siglo XVIII y las primeras décadas del siglo XIX, provoca una densificación considerable de los distritos centrales. Un laberinto de calles estrechas que impide el tráfico y acoge a cada vez más habitantes, además los higienistas denunciarán la insalubridad del aire. De acuerdo

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