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    The Dawn Of A New Beginning Many mornings during my childhood, my father would take me to watch the sunrise over the water. The place he took me was discovered several years prior and was the ideal place to watch the sunrise. It was comprised of a hill that was surrounded with only the purity of nature. The hill was encompassed by trees, and it slowly sloped down until the foot of the hill waded into the water’s edge. At the top of the hill stood a massive Wye Oak tree, that to a child eyes seemed

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    her truck and checked the gas gauge: full. She slid her “road trips” CD in the player and pressed play. The song “For Beginners” by M. Ward came on, and she chuckled to herself about the irony of the song and the way her life was going. She was beginning a new life somewhere else, where she would in fact be a, beginner. She started the engine and was off to wherever her truck took her. Haidee had passed through state after boring state and none had appealed to her. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arkansas

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    New Beginnings and Old Problems On a cold night in February, in an empty barbecue restaurant in Boston, Dikembe Aliyu waits patiently to talk about life, his family, immigration, and his constant fear of death. He has a friendly disposition with a notably bright smile, and although he looks distinctly North African, his denim jacket and tennis shoes give him the outside appearance of the typical American man. In reality, he is anything but typical. After living through a brutal civil war

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    A New Beginning “The Bean Trees” one of the best-selling novels written by Barbara Kingsolver writes a story about a girl by the name Marietta who leaves home in hopes of starting a new life. Marietta who avoided pregnancy her high school years, which was very common to happen finishes school and gets a job at a hospital after about 5 years she saves enough money for an old car to finally leave Kentucky and start a new life. Starting a new life meant she wanted to have a new name. She chooses

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    New Beginnings in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is a disturbing and powerful work. Ironically, it is disturbing and powerful for many of the same reasons. As the audience watches George and Martha tear savagely at each other with the knives of hurled words, sharpened on pain and aimed to draw blood, the way in which these two relentlessly go at each other is awful to see, yet strangely familiar. Like wounded animals, they strike out at those closest

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    the beginning of a new

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    life in Africa, or even the language for that matter. Now as they became Africans (again) by their return, they felt like foreigners and did not at all feel comfortable in a place they had to now call home. In an effort to adapt and survive this new culture, the slaves decided to create their own "Americanized" African country which they named Liberia. Hence the term "African Americans" was created and is still used today. Liberia, aka “freedom” in Latin, was colonized by a society in America

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    The New Beginning

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    is an opening sentence from the argument essay I wrote last semester. One general sentence which able to tackle the topic. While looking back at the sentence, I realize there are no attention getter or catch phrases. It’s totally boring from the beginning until the end. However, I able to learn a better way to develop my essay. One of them is to include more emotions into my essay which can be called pathos. A successful essay needs to have three categories: logical, emotional and credibility which

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    themselves.” Stop, said Peter “No! There is no time, you must listen. There is someone out there for you…I know; she will find you” She gasps for air; then yelled “I love you …remember that no matter what, she carry on and said “You are the hope! To a new world” Mother…mother Peter cried out; it was too late Luisa was gone. “I will not let you down mother” mother Peter said And for while the only sound that Peter could hear was the sound of the animals “I will protect the work you have done mother…I

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    Death is a New Beginning

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    Death is a New Beginning Death is like two paths on a trail. Some see it as the end of the road while others see it as a beginning of a new adventure. In the poems “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” by Emily Dickinson and “Crossing the Bar” by Alfred Lord Tennyson, both authors choose to view death as a new journey rather than an ending. In the poem, “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” the author portrays the expedition of death as a gentle carriage ride throughout the entire poem where “Death”

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    The New Beginning Readers of a story can interpret the plot in any way. But not every story can give the same interpretation to everyone. For example, a character may say something that one reader may interpret as funny. While, the other reader may interpret the sentence as offensive. Bruce Anders states some of his opinions about Randa Jarrar’s A Map of Home’s fourth, ninth, and fourteenth chapter. And although he states some good points, I do find that he is missing some important points. I will

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