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    “Home Sweet Home” There are hundreds of people, young and old that live in my apartment complex and each of them have a different and unique story to share. My story is that I come from the typical middle-of -nowhere suburbia, where the grass is always green, and all of the houses look the same. In that community it is easy to become too comfortable, and forget that things aren’t so “perfect” in the rest of the world. When my step-dad past away, we sold the house and moved into town changing the

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    Home Sweet Home How would you feel if you went into a business, to fill out an application for a job, and had to leave the section blank that was asking for your address? I am sure that you might feel lost, sad, or even embarrassed. On the other hand, how would you feel if you were able to fill in the section asking for your address, but did not feel like you could call this place home? Maybe you would have feelings of being alone, not loved, or not even cared about. I always hurt for people

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    Home Sweet Home

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    their cultural or ethnic background, is "Home Sweet Home". This saying implies that our home town, province, or village is usually the sweetest place, since it is bonded with the most beautiful and unforgettable memories of our childhood. This belief is most meaningful to people who have to live in exile or have do a lot of traveling. People usually have the same comment when asked about their feeling towards their hometown, "There is no place like home." As for me, I will always have a very strong

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    Home Sweet Home

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    her that living on a farm can make you appreciate the little things in life. When I met my boyfriend, and he told me that he lived on eight hundred acres in the middle of nowhere; I didn’t know what to think. No cell phone service? When he took me home to meet his parents for the first time and I was in love. The land, the house, the river, it was alluring. I felt like I was in paradise. The large white house with black shutters sits up on a hill overlooking the cold, fresh Robinson River. When I

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    Chicago Home Sweet Home

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    your guide. Other attractions on the lakefront includes the Art Institute it has one of the largest most extensive collections of impressionist and post-impressionist painting in the world, Adler Planetarium, Museum of Natural history, Navy Pier is home to the 15-story Ferris it was model after the 1893, Ferris wh... ... middle of paper ... ...ers still haunt many of the former residents of Cabrini. Replacing Cabrini-Green are townhomes and condominiums for the middle class to upper middle class

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    We do not have to travel far to realize that people really lead different lives in other countries and that the saying "Home sweet home" often applies to most of us. What if we suddenly had to leave our homes and settle somewhere else, somewhere where other values and beliefs where common and where people spoke a different language? Would we still try to hang on to the 'old home' by speaking our mother tongue, practising our own religion and culture or would we give in to the new and exciting country

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    Home Sweet Home I often wonder what my life would be like if I had taken a different route. I remember the day as if it was yesterday, August 25th, 2006. I was only eight years old when I was separated from my mother. That day was the beginning of my new life with my foreign father and unfamiliar stepmother. Prior to this, the memories I had of my father were very faint; I would only see him once a year when he would come to visit my brother and I. The journey I was about to embark on was not one

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    The Millers Tale

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    ol' hag almost released her load of dung on one of my customers, so I had to get her and take her back home. When I got to the man's house I entered in grand fashion by showing how I could open the door with my head. Oh well, that didn't go over as planned but it scared my woman so bad she finally did just let it go. Then, after cleaning it up we were on our way out and back to home sweet home. When we arrived I got some great news that made the whole squirts issue fall back to the back of my

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    community. Sixo is one of the nine slaves living on Sweet Home, a Kentucky plantation.  A young man in his twenties, Morrison introduces him as “the wild man” (11) without explanation.  Later, Paul D describes Sixo as “Indigo with a flame-red tongue” (21).  He is closer to the African experience then the other slaves.  Morrison portrays Sixo as the odd man out in an attempt at underlining the idea of an individual in a community.  Community at Sweet Home is the only reassuring object possessed by the

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    grounds that the child she killed was the legal property of the owner. In Beloved, when a new proprietor takes over Sweet Home (the slave farm), Sethe, escapes the brutal beatings she now endures in an attempt to go from Kentucky to Ohio.  When the pr... ... middle of paper ... ...took  part in the holocaust had no other choice.  They had families to take care of and home lives just like the rest of  us.  For example, I believe that many of the soldiers who took part in the Holocaust were

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