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    amongst others, by Walter Blair's Mark Twain and Huck Finn.  (California: University of California Press, 1960). [5] Mark Twain.  Following the Equator.  England: Dover Publications, 1988. [6] Julia A. Moore.  Mortal Refrains: The Complete Collected Poetry, Prose, and Songs of Julia A. Moore, The Sweet Singer of Michigan.  Thomas J. Riedlinger, Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1998 (5). [7] Mark Twain.  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, London: W.W. Norton and Company, 1999 (124)

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    critics hold the opinion that she is passive, week, and boring. Ironically, Austin's goal was to demonstrate that superficial charm and wit are nice, but there are more important characteristics such as discipline, morality, and depth of character (Moore 139). For example, many critics claim that the Crawfords should be the heroes based on their charm, but it becomes evident as the novel unfolds that they lack principals and care for none but themselves. Fanny's superiority as a heroine is observed

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    The Effects of Video Games

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    Did you know that video games can badly effect your life? Video games have been around since November 29, 1972 (Jeff Tyson 2000). Video games are fun and entertaining, but they could also badly effect people’s lives. The least of importance are the studies from Hope M. Cummings from the University of Michigan, and Elizabeth A. Vandewater from the University of Texas, that show video games can make people spend less time doing homework (2007). During the school year 2002-2003 they collected a survey

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    Annie Moore was born January 1, 1877, in the village of Cobh, county of Cork, Ireland. Her parents immigrated to America in 1888 leaving Annie and her two younger brothers in the care of their Aunt. Two years after Annie’s parents established themselves in New York, they sent for Annie and her two younger brothers, Anthony and Philip. Sailing on the SS Nevada, the Moore children’s journey from Ireland to America took twelve days. When the ship arrived, Annie was the first of 148 passengers to disembark

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    development than the genetics involved. The nurture side of the argument is highly illustrated by the memoir The Other Wes Moore, by Wes Moore, due to the fact that both of their lives although starting off similar, ended dramatically different. In the memoir, The Other Wes Moore, the author Wes Moore compares his life with another man's, whose name was also Wes Moore, and shows how shockingly similar they were. Particular coincidences are certainly strange, like the fact that both of their

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    Q3

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    I can clearly imagine a scene in Saving Adam Smith, where Richard, Julia, and Harold (as Smith) go out together to see Michael Moore’s film in the theatre. Harold would be bubbling over with excitement and waving his hands exasperatingly as they left the building. Smith would be shocked and horrified to learn that contemporary Americans would consider him to be the father of our current economic system. I believe that he would tell Richard that his concept of free market capitalism was based on a

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    Fantasy or Reality

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    physical aggression as result of violent video games is Devin Moore. Devin Moore Alabama (teen) on suspicion of car theft. When brought into the station he attacked a police officer. He stole his gun and fled the scene with a pair keys, and drove away from the pol... ... middle of paper ... ...e events. Video game addiction is the leading reason on why mass murders happen. In the article “Do violent video games lead to real violence?” by Julia Layton there is a statement that says, “ Video game violence

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    the steps are already in place to ensure its continued existence no matter who is in charge or what the political climate becomes; there is no single head that can be severed from a seat of power to disable or cripple that government. Winston and Julia try to be more than just victims of their environment but ultimately fail, because one person, two people, or even a revolution cannot undo the system. Society’s participation in that government is marginalized to the point that it makes no difference

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    The Patriot Act Protects America

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    government’s best interest to help keep America safe and keep our civil liberties intact. Works Cited * Fahrenheit 9/11. Dir. Michael Moore. Videocassette. Dog Eat Dog, 2004. * Huffman, Ryan , David Lloyd, and Jason Pollard. Pros of the Patriot Act. 2001. 8 Nov. 2004 . * Keen, Judy. Home Page. 20 Apr. 2004. 5 Nov. 2004 . * Lithwick, Dahlia, and Julia Turner.  "From a Guide to the Patriot Act."  Slate.  1994. * Townshend, Mike, and Maddie Trier. "Patriot Debate." State News 10 Nov

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    Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventure Of The Speckled Band” is a traditional Sherlock Holmes adventure but with a twist. Sherlock Holmes known by “his skills in deductive reasoning”(Moore 1) help him resolve the mystery behind the dead of Helen Stoner’s twin sister Julia. The story begins with the introduction of the female heroine, Helen Stoner, whom after frightening events regarding her sister’s death, and unusual sounds, she seeks for the help of Sherlock Holmes. However, Helen was not cautious

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