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    Memorable Love Songs

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    Memorable Love Songs The male and female with dreams of their heart’s desire; the man and woman with memories of their spouse; the mother with thoughts of her daughter far away in college; these people and a great many others, the music world recognizes and seeks to touch. They make songs of love the most popular and most listened to. In addition to being a subject with endless representation, love in one aspect or another affects everyone. "Somewhere Out There" from the classical animation "A

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    A Manipulating Day

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    areas of the bed. The bed has a black sheet, and that is all. The bed is unstable and always rocks from side to side. The room takes away all hope, and all happiness. It is boring and drab, and is not meant for any person. The woman with black hair and pale skin sits in the center of the room with her legs folded, holding a journal and a pen. She has been in this room for the past almost five years of her life, and the one thing that has kept her sane is her diary. She wears a gray baggy tee-shirt, and

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    Emilio Mackie Mr. Webb English 11, Period 1 3-17-2015 O Captain My Captain Walt Whitman wrote the poem O Captain My Captain to honor the death of Abraham Lincoln in 1865. When the poem was published in the New York Saturday Press, the American public loved it. It became a national sensation overnight. Walt Whitman was asked to recite the poem so often, that he once said, “I’m almost sorry I ever wrote [it]” (Library of Congress) But this poem is not to be taken lightly. It speaks of a story about

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    Carl Sagan, a distinguished astronomer and author, goes on to explain humanity’s accidental birth in his book A Vision of the Human Future in Space: Pale Blue Dot, “…if the laws of Nature and the physical constants—such as the speed of light, the electrical charge of the electrons, the Newtonian gravitational constant, or Planck’s quantum mechanical constant—had been different, the course of events

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    Windigo. The “hackles of dry brush,” while the dog creeps off into the “deepest part of the woods” signals the threatening presence looming (Erdrich, “Windigo” 4-6). “You [see] me drag toward you,” the Windigo says to the child as the reader sees its “pale, melting fur” (Erdrich, “Windigo” 12, 15). It is important to note, while sight is an integral part in horror, arguably even more important, is the utilization of sound. The reader can hear the flapping of the towels “on the hooks,” and the dog creeping

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    not sure yet

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    I slammed the door behind me. I didn’t have enough energy left for another fight. I don’t know how much longer I can keep this relationship up. I walked straight out eyes on the horizon ahead of me. I left the porch light off behind me. It seemed like a waste of time and effort to turn it on. Turning it on might have eased some tensions, but how could it? It is only a light. I could see ahead of myself, I didn’t need it. The light of day was beginning to fade. The reflection on the water inched closer

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    The Birthmark Symbolism

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    The powerful story of “The Birthmark” takes us back in the latter part of the 19th century (Hawthorne,1843,327). This short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, ironically, is perfected on lessons of imperfection. Moreover, Hawthorne illustrates his story of unavoidable earthly sin through the use of different symbols that are represented in “The Birthmark.” Yet, this story can be viewed in various ways by equally varied readers. Let us take for instance the impeccable lesson of philosophy on life,

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    Discuss Stevenson's portrayal of the nature of good and evil and the dual nature of man's personality. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a novel about a man named Henry Jekyll who has a split personality. Dr Jekyll takes a potion to turn himself into his double, Mr Hyde. Dr Jekyll is a caring person. Mr Hyde is evil. It is when Jekyll's lawyer, Mr Utterson, looks at Dr Jekyll's will that his suspicions arise. He becomes suspicious because in Dr Jekyll's will everything Dr Jekyll owns is left to Mr

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    Analysis of Anthem For Doomed Youth by Wilfred Owen The first poem that I am to analyse is 'Anthem for Doomed Youth,' written by Wilfred Owen. This poem is a sonnet. It has fourteen lines. In this poem, the first and fourth lines rhyme, as do the second and third. The first stanza is mainly about the battlefield, whereas the second stanza is more about the feelings of friends and family back at home. This poem starts off at a quick pace, and then slows down throughout the poem, drawing

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    No Moral Obligation to the Earth

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    microbial life, and water, provide a way for the planet to heal itself, so to speak, from humanity's actions. The earth doesn't care what actions we take on a daily basis -- it has been around vastly longer than any living thing. In his 1996 book Pale Blue Do... ... middle of paper ... ...rly fight our “gut feeling” and restore proper reasoning. If this focus is properly placed, we realize that our obligation to the Earth only goes so far as those who inhabit it. We owe no moral duty to our

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