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    Ben Jonson's Volpone - A New Form of Comedy

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    But it is not the traditional form of comedy. It is a play that takes on the form of a comical satire as well as a morality play. It also adapts the features of a fable in that it strives to teach a moral. Yet this play, even though it adopts these traditions, puts a different twist on what people would expect from a comedy or morality play. Jonson presents his audience with an unconventional way of approaching the subjects he is satirizing by creating a new form of comedy that embodies aspects

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    Basket Weaving: Old Tradition to New Art Form Basket weaving is a form of artwork that is common among the Native Americans in the Southwestern United States. At the same time, it may possibly be the oldest textile art known to mankind. Therefore, the baskets we see today are a development of an art handed down through the generations. Throughout time, one thing has remained constant: women have traditionally been the basket weavers in Native American tribes. Women basket weavers, therefore

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    Puritans came to the New World. The first group of Puritans to land in New England, led by John Winthrop, traveled overseas to form a new, pure church and have religious freedom their way. The Puritans started out with just nine hundred people, but quickly grew to over twenty thousand. They began by settling in Boston, Massachusetts, forming the Massachusetts Bay Colony, an economically successful colony. They soon spread to form and settle Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire. Their religious

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    To begin explaining this construct that has emerged since the digital media appeared, and during the last decade has been strengthened because of the new creation of digital devices and new forms of communication and use of technological tools, it is convenient to make clear first the concept of the term literacy itself, which according to Kern (2000, p. 16) “Literacy is the use of socially-, historically-, and culturally-situated practices of creating and interpreting meaning through texts. It entails

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    A New Form of Expansion

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    A New Form of Expansion Before the start of the Spanish-American War of the late nineteenth-century and World War I in the early twentieth century, the United States had encouraged expansion as being a way of gaining power. For example, the Frontier thesis, conveyed that it is through the expansion of new lands that humanity would continue to progress. Also the United States portrayed its impatience to expand through Manifest Destiny: the desire to expand from sea to sea with the goal to

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    When the topic of discrimination is brought up people often envision young African Americans during the 1960s trying to secure their constitutional rights and in the process being thrown to pavement, dragged by the force of fire hoses being wielded by bigoted men with badges. There is no denying that those men and women faced some of the harshest and most blunt discrimination that human beings have ever conceived of. However, there are other, subtler ways for discrimination to be inflicted on people

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    discrimination or segregation.  Fortunately, racial violence is steadily declining as the turn of the century approaches.   Now a new form of racism, covert racism, has recently sprung from the pressures of political correctness. This new form of racism, although slowly declining, still shows signs of strong support (Piazza 86).  Covert racism assumes a form of civil disobedience against politically correct thought and speech. Essentially, covert racism is a "hidden" racism, or a racism

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    Instant Messaging

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    communicate by typing in text form and the message being received in real time. This form of messaging, compared to e-mail, allows for quick and easy responses to satisfy ones need for instant and constant communication. We will discuss the history of instant messaging; explore how it works and what is needed to enable this application. We will also discuss companies involved, regulatory issues, future trends in this area and the global implications of this relatively new form of communication. In the

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    JavaScript

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    Script allows you to respond to a user's input in the form of text, buttons selected, or mouse clicks, and can generate a response to the user's computer. Java Script originated from within the labs of Netscape Communications Corporation in 1994. It was invented so a computing language could build web pages and applications more effectively. When it first appeared it was thought that it was a new form of C, but later turned out to be this wonderful new language called JavaScript. There were skeptics

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    Emily Dickinson, the self-secluded poet from Amherst, is now considered one of the greatest American Poets. She, in breaking conventional grammar rules, created a new form of poetry, her own, to attain this title. Through the use of unconventional grammar styles Dickinson was able to create a poem, when read in the mind appears to be incomprehensible, but when read aloud is made clear to the reader. Dickinson also made use of common objects and emotions in her poems, which captivated the reader and

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