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    Gypsies

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    Gypsies: The last nomads, the free-spirited, passionate bohemians with their mysterious rituals and powers. This romanticism is nearly as unfair as the fear and hate distracting us from recognizing the hardships and persecution these “carefree” people have undergone for centuries. In Europe, the Roma (as they wish to be call) have been cast out, burned at the stake, sterilized, ghettoized, forced to give up their traditional way of life, caught in other people’s wars, and more than half a million

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    Discrimination Against the Gypsies

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    atmosphere with the color and charm of spontaneity" (Ghandi). The word Gypsy is used to describe a particular nomadic group of people who originated in Northern India. It was when they began their nomadic ways, for reasons unknown, and traveled to Europe that the term Gypsy was born because the Europeans mistook them for Egyptians, which they later shortened their name to gypsy. This group of people known more widely as Gypsies, are called Roma. The Roma people are composed of a multitude of cultures

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    Gypsy Moth

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    One such invasive and harmful species is the European gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar). The European gypsy moth was introduced into North America in 1869 from Europe. Etienne Leopold Trouvelot intentionally imported the moths, with the intention of interbreeding gypsy moths with silk worms to develop a silkworm industry. Unfortunately The moths were accidentally released from his residence and soon spread across the New England area. The gypsy moth started to cause environmental problems very quickly

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    Gypsies in Nineteenth-Century England Missing Works Cited Despite the important role Gypsies played in the nineteenth-century, they were not automatically accepted as equals in society. In fact, from the moment they set foot on European soil, the Gyspies were misunderstood and even feared. These feelings became manifest in prejudices, which led to discriminatory actions. At the same time, however, Victorian society found itself fascinated with these strange Gypsies. The gypsy motif in Jane Eyre

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    A Comparison of The Harvest Gypsies and Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck does not portray migrant farm worker life accurately in Of Mice and Men. Housing, daily wages, and social interaction were very different in reality. This paper will demonstrate those differences by comparing the fictional work of Steinbeck to his non-fictional account of the time, The Harvest Gypsies. The first area that will be compared is housing. In Of Mice and Men the housing is described by the following passage:

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    Gypsy

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    What is critically known as the best American musical, Gypsy provides American musical theatregoers with dynamic characters, a captivating story and extraordinary music. Gypsy is an American musical that is based on the self-written book, “The Memoirs of ‘Gypsy Rose Lee’”. It is often referred to as, Gypsy: A Musical Fable. The musical made its debut on May 21, 1959 at The Broadway Theatre in Manhattan. The characters have been subject to many in depth analysis throughout its lifetime, adding a lot

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    The Roma People, Also Known as Gypsies

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    Roma, otherwise known as Gypsies. It is approximated that about 12 million gypsies exist worldwide. About 620,000, then preside in the country of Romania, which is said to be 15% of the country’s total population of roughly 19 million. Gypsies are such an overlooked, discriminated people group. To understand the gypsy culture, it is critical to study who they are, their religion, and family, educational, economic and governmental institutions. As mentioned above, Gypsies are a very overlooked culture

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    Lawrence's Virgin and the Gypsy The role of the male characters in The Virgin and the Gypsy by D.H. Lawrence can best be summed up by Yvette's reaction to her sister's philosophy of marriage: 'I'm not sure one shouldn't have one's fling till one is twenty-six , and then give in and marry!' This was Lucille's philosophy, learned from older women. Yvette was twenty-one. It meant she had five years to have this precious fling. And the fling meant, at the moment, the gypsy. The marriage, at the

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    Essay On Gypsy Moth

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    General Information: ImageText BoxImageOne of the biggest threats to the environment of Ontario is the Gypsy Moth (Lymantria dispar dispar). The species itself is native to Europe and Asia. How this affects us is by weakening trees across Ontario and North America. The first time the gypsy moth was found in Ontario was 1969. The gypsy moth can be found in southern Canada (Ontario), New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and British Columbia. It is known to weaken trees and the caterpillar form live in trees

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    Gypsy Moth Research Paper

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    mammals. There are many varieties of moth species, each with slightly different biological routines than others. For now, however, the focus will be on the Gypsy moth; an insect infamous for

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