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    Plato and Aristotle

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    describes a cave where people are chained up and can only see shadows cast on a wall. He parallels these shadows to the things that people see in the world around them, the materialistic reality that most people base their lives on. He parallels the chains to norms, customs, traditions, habits, etc. Plato believes that because people are so preoccupied with these shadows of the truth, they ignore the real truth. He parallels these shadows to the things that people see in the world around them, the materialistic

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    Mandragora by David McRobbie "Mandragora" by David Mc Robbie is the story of parallel lives and how they connect through four cursed mandrake dolls. These dolls in particular have been around since 1886. According to "Mandragora", a ship called the Dunarling was not only carrying 85 passengers wanting to shift from Scotland to South Australia, but also the four dolls. Each named and cursed. 'Swith' was cursed with fire (bleeze), 'Agley' with mischance, 'Snell' with foulness and 'Sneddum'

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    The 38th Parallel

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    especially in Asia. Korea had split after World War II. The Soviet Union had backed the government in the north and America backed the government in the south. They both agreed that the 38th parallel would split North from South Korea. However, o July 25, 1950, North Korean troops passed through the 38th parallel and captured Seoul. This would forever be known as the First Battle of Seoul. The United Nations responded by creating a resolution that labels the attack a “breach of the peace.” The United

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    Parallel Prestiges

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    In 1995 author Christopher Priest combined the themes of fantasy, history, science fiction and mystery to create his novel The Prestige. This World Fantasy Award winning novel explores jealousy and envy as it tells the story of “Two magicians, of wholly different characters, that have fallen into a feud, each trying to outdo the other on stage and in their personal lives” (Ottinger). With such a mysterious and intricate plot, a reader may be torn between watching the movie adaptation or leaving

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    Parallel Development

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    to master. It brings conceptual ideas into the reader’s mind with literary devices like symbolism, allegories, onomatopoeias, and much more. These two selections expressed these concepts in very distinct manners; manners that could be considered parallel to one another. Barbara Kingsolver’s “The Posionwood Bible” and Kate Chopin’s “The Awakening” share several similarities. The focal point of this essay is based on the growth of two characters. Two young women that had to overcome series’ of bumps

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    A Parallel Solution

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    Since 1960, the exportation of REM (Rare Earth Minerals) has become the oil of the 21st century: fully accompanied with problems of supply and trade. China, being the most abundant contributor of REM (93%-97%), has pushed its decision to the brim by restricting the supply of this most wanted good on industrious nations. In so, how would these countries react towards each other under this crisis? Actors may fail to coöperate eve when their interests are entirely identical. Therefore, by analyzing

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    The Parallels of Women

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    Women have come a long way from being allowed to speak only when spoken too, and virtually having no rights. Now women are the CEO’s of company’s and have all the same rights and their male counterparts. Sadly though in “Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers” and “Barbie Doll” there are two females who lack the freedom and power that many other women have today. Looking at the poems from a general standpoint, Aunt Jennifer and the “girlchild” (1), as she is called, share similarities. Both females are unhappy and

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    Parallel worlds

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    Dystopia means community or society that is some important way undesirable or frightening. As a way to avoid watching too much television, I have read and reread many books and articles over the past couple of months. Many of them were about love, kidnappings, adventure and life choices. One of the books I have read that came to mind fist is titled Agenda 21 by Glenn Beck and Harriet Parke. Agenda 21, like 1984 by George Orwell, is a dystopian book that shows the pain and misery of life through

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    Parallel Parenting Essay

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    the former couple may still be in high conflict mode with one another. Parallel parenting restricts the way parents communicate with one another. Restricting the communication helps in keeping the children at the center of attention. Under some circumstances, parents require limited or complete avoidance of verbal communication. Basically, if you cannot communicate in an efficient manner with a former spouse, using parallel communication is the best option. During the limited times of communication

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    Amnesia Parallels

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    I chose an article concerning an experiment regarding retrograde amnesia in mice and what affects it might have on the study of human retrograde amnesia. The article was composed by Larry R. Squire, Ph.D. and Curt W. Spanis, Ph.D. Doctor Squire is a Professor of Psychiatry, Neurosciences and Psychology at the Veterans Administration Hospital in San Diego, California. Doctor Spanis was a Professor at the Department of Biology at the University of San Diego. The purpose of this study was to establish

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