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    The Court as a Framework for Civilized Society in The Tempest In The Tempest, by William Shakespeare, the court is portrayed not as a place or as a group of people, but as a structure binding society together. Emphasis is placed on the court as structure by the use of the two metaphors of shape, the sphere and the circle, which combine to give the impression of the court not only as a structure with a clearly defined shape, but also as a system of hierarchical control. The first of these

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    Gonzalo, I like that you opened with a quote, I thought that was unique and think it really set the tone for the rest of your essay! I also like that although you are talking about racial issues and discrimination, you end on happier tones with hope for a better future. 1. Does the student writer include any questions for you to address? If so, please make sure that you respond to them. No, there are questions asked in the essay but he answers them soon after asking. 2. What is the current diversity

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    La carta de Pedro de Valdivia a Hernando Pizarro es una descripción, posterior a sutil reproche que le hace por no haberle escrito desde hace ya un año y medio, de cómo fue enviado a conquistar nuevas tierras en nombre de la corona, tiene un poco de egocentrismo, puesto que en casi toda las carta, describe aspectos propios, del cómo, por qué y bajo qué circunstancias fue designado con la misión de conquistar y colonizar las tierras que Almagro, en una expedición anterior, llamo Chile y de cómo a

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    A Phalanx of Guns: The Spanish Tercio

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    By the beginning of the 16th century, the gradually increasing use of firearms in European warfare, along with the resurgence of older weaponry and tactics, had brought about a calamity of mixed weaponry which military minds struggled to apply efficiently and effectively on the battlefield, challenging the way wars had been fought for centuries. The dominating infantry weapons of the era, developed primarily in response to the overwhelming dominance of cavalry in the late medieval European system

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    The Ballad of Barbecue It’s early Saturday morning, and my father is rustling about the kitchen and in the backyard. A huge hunk of meat sits on the kitchen counter, and wood chips have begun to smoke outside in a barbecue. A “secret” concoction of spices is slathered over the meat, and a mix of apple juice and other liquids are injected into the muscle. Once the outdoor smoker has reached its intended temperature, the huge piece of meat is placed on the grid for the long, slow cooking process

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    Feudal Japan, 1233 A.D I still remember the look on my mother’s face, as I was pulled out of her tight grasp. I cried like never before, as I was being taken into the carriage. The guards had an accent like the men from the east. Wearing grey clothing with helmets that had antlers. They had horses which I had never seen before, black with silky hair like the finest silk that the lord's wore. Consequently I was terrified of what was going to happen next, there was a man whom I commanded to let go

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    express their opinion on leadership. Some of which include Prospero, Antonio, Gonzalo, and Caliban. Each of these individuals convey distinct ideas on how to rule. However, many of these concepts are skewed and drastically different from today’s modern society. Gonzalo wants to rule without actually becoming the official ruler, while Prospero, Duke of Milan, leads by manipulating those around him. Gonzalo: Gonzalo, the old, honest lord, is another character found in The Tempest that suggests

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    "Can you hear that?" I whispered, clinging to the sleeve of the man beside me. Gonzalo twinged, as if he were going to move. He nodded. I cocked my head trying to capture an essence of the dangers around me. The smell of rotting flesh, the muffled cries of pain, shuffling steps. I dared to peek around the corner of the abandoned blue suburban house, and saw one searching for his lost prey. He tripped a bit when he walked, treading on tatters of black clothes. I pulled my bow from my back, and an

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    Shakespearian comedies have some common characteristics which are found in The Tempest. The first characteristic of Shakespearian comedy is that there is a struggle of young lovers. They have to go through many adversaries to achieve their love. Miranda is a passive character and Ferdinand is also not the hero of the play. But they are the important couple of the play. Miranda is shown as a meek lady who is very faithful to her love when she says, “I am your wife, if you will marry me; / If not,

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    “Today, I'm pretty sure I could rule the world.” said Lo Bosworth. That is what almost every character in The Tempest thinks. They think no one could run the island better than they could. Everyone is wanting to kill Prospero so they can be lord of the island. Although it is a small island, everyone would run it differently. Power can be used for good or used for evil. When someone has power many people may become envious of those who have the power. At the beginning of the story, Prospero

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