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    Comparative Essay The Catcher In The Rye by J.D. Salinger and Igby Goes Down by Burr Steers are both displayed as rites of passage texts. The respective protagonists of these two texts are Igby Slocumb and Holden Caulfield. These two characters are both on a journey motif, a journey of self discovery in which they both attempt to find meaning in life and understand societies values and attitudes. The two protagonists demonstrate non-conformity and rebel against the apparent hypocrisy present in

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    The Catcher in the Rye¬ and Igby goes down, written by JD Salinger and Burr Steers respectively, explore the issue of non-conformity among youth. As Steers’ text is an appropriation of Salinger’s, similar ideas and opinions are presented, however they are affected by both context and medium in the way that they are conveyed, and the composers view on the issues. Despite this, their purpose remains the same, and that is to show the positive and negative sides of non-conformism on the mental and physical

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    Down Goes Hurston

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    Down Goes Hurston The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s is a great time for black artists; it is a rebirth of art, music, books and poetry. In Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God Janie, the protagonist, is treated kindly for a black women. She does not go through the torment of black culture during that era or the previous eras. Throughout the book Hurston "fibs" about racial oppression. Janie gets respect by the white people she encounters. Hurston makes the reader imagine

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    Corky

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    does your eye go first.” For this sculpture my eye first goes to Corky’s face. It’s obvious that the sculptor meant for it to exude confidence and happiness. The eye then goes down the sculpture, studying the intricate carvings of the torso down to the legs. I then moved around the sculpture and noticed the wings in the back made of glass. I had never noticed them before now. After walking around the sculpture, the eye ultimately goes back to the face. Corky is carved out of wood. The sculpture

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    Terms

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    rings. Ring networks are very fast and simple network, however if any part of the ring goes down, the entire network is down. Star topology, each device has its own cable connecting the device to a common hub. The hub that is the central connection point of the network. A failure of a cable will only take down one device in the network and not the entire network but if the hub goes down the entire network is down. Star networks are easy to implement and extend, even in large networks, and failure of

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    Economy

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    effected by the economy. I’m sure each person goes to the mall, and to the shoe store. Well, let’s say you just heard about these awesome sneakers, and almost everyone you know wants a pair. You go into the shoe store to find them, and they are all sold out! You have just been affected by the SUPPLY of a product. The more people want something, they higher the price will be. Then, you figure you will wait for a while, until the price of those sneakers goes down, but, they are THE most popular sneakers

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    Data Analysis

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    Data Analysis Explanation [IMAGE]The experiment consisted of recording the results of a small toy car being allowed to roll down a ramp and then leave the end of the ramp by continuing straight off the drop from the end of the desk. I measured the ramp's length, the height of the ramp, and the distance it covered horizontally. I also measured the mass of the car. It was necessary to measure these things so that I can perform calculations later. All of the information I gathered can be

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    Torture of the Innocent

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    Cover Girl makeup products. She blows her nose in her Kleenex tissue and gets dressed in hr Calvin Klein clothes. Throughout the day Sue uses Pledge, Windex, Drano and Glade to help keep her house looking clean and smelling fresh. Before the sun goes down, she still finds time to sunbathe using her brand new bottle of Banana Boat sun tanning lotion. Millions of other people use these same products every day. The products all have one very important thing in common: the chemical testing performed

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    Dubliners

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    embarrasses him with her poor speech. He is mortified by the thought of speaking to Mrs. Mooney, so when Polly comes sobbing to his room for comfort, he is hardly able to concentrate on her. He remembers the beginning of their affair, and at last goes down to see Mrs. Mooney. Polly waits in Mr. Doran's room, thinking about the future. A short time later, Mrs. Mooney calls for Polly, saying, "Mr. Doran wants to speak to you." Marriage was being forced onto this man. Mr. Doran considered marriage a

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    Willing and Knowing

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    is knowingly and willingly ignorant of the real condition of the ship and, as a consequence, carries moral responsibility for the consequences of his evil state of mind, consequences highlighted by the deaths of passengers and crew when the ship goes down. The question of why Clifford uses the words 'knowingly and willingly' when he describes the way in which the shipowner makes himself ignorant of the real condition of the ship is significant not only to Clifford's own theory but to the ethics

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