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    Counterfactualism in History A point made in the third of these essays, on the value of history, was the widespread human enjoyment of a good story. It was suggested that history played a part in satisfying this need. The consistent success of fiction based on a simple form of counterfactual history — Robert Harris's "Fatherland" is a good recent example — seems to indicate that this type of history is equally appealing. Sometimes known as "what if", or "alternative" history, or, in the title

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    goal was a risky game in the feudal system period that governed his world. A game of wordplay, which teeters on the brink of life and death for Spenser at the consciences of the those who hold the power. Nevertheless, Spenser consummates a plan that allows him to an extent to retain a degree of plausible deniability while at the same time subvert the minds of his Queen and governing nobles whose decisions sway the sociopolitical world. The goal is accomplished through several literary devices, however

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    aircrafts as a circular object flying in the air and that is exactly what these pictures show. Sometimes there would be a misshapen craft that looks like a meteorite or even one that looks like a modern day spacecraft that our astronauts use. The world may never know how these alien flying crafts were created; what they were created from; what materials they used to get to earth; and how far they came

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    INTRODUCTION: People misquote that money is the root of all evil, but it is the love of money that is the root of all kinds of evil. The world has fallen into the belief that simply having and loving money will be the cure and fix to all; this belief has sent our country into a downward spiral of indebtedness and greed. My dream is to help those who can’t help themselves; those who were once blinded by this belief and have regained their vision and want to get back on the right track. My ultimate

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    Dorothy Allison's This is Our World

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    Dorothy Allison's This is Our World In her work, “This is Our World,” Dorothy Allison shares her perspective of how she views the world as we know it. She has a very vivid past with searing memories of her childhood. She lives her life – her reality – because of the past, despite how much she wishes it never happened. She finds little restitution in her writings, but she continues with them to “provoke more questions” (Allison 158) and makes the readers “think about what [they] rarely want

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    forest survive. In my paper I will show how the actions of several leading U.S. companies are helping the Rain forests of the world survive. One of the companies in the United States that has to be aware of the crisis surrounding the Earth's Rain forests is the New York Times. The Times prides itself on its responsible reporting and sensitivity to the problems of the world. I will begin my web page with a discussion of the New York Times because as recently as November 10, 1995, the New York Times

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    of reality during the time, the book was written. This statement is symbolic in the respect that it is a statement, which confirms the presence of the antagonist and the force that is being opposed. The story states that Haroun has traveled to a world in a seemingly other dimension, known as Kahani where there are a people known as the Guppees, from the land of Gup who are very talkative and have a great amount of passion toward speech and words. However, the Chupwalas in the land of Chup are a

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    stuff

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    on a down to earth basis. My ability to help the people of the world by giving them not just what they want, but what they need. Also I will be able to save the world by setting stricter laws prevent damage to the earth. To get deeper into the subject everyone will have a say in what I do to help the world and it's inhabitants. My people skills will help my ability to rule because then I would be able to talk to my people of the world by discussing key topics like the earth and it's atmosphere. My

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    Drunken Santa

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    subtle color nature. The warm color of purple supports the hot color of Santa's figure and an exotic fish above Santa. This hot color may represent the so-called material universe, the world of the gross senses that can be observed in a sober state. The cold, arctic blue color represents the unknown, the world of a deep state of drunkenness where real is unreal and otherwise. The only hard reality is the self, which never changes in any state. And maybe that is why Jaisini favors the painting's

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    Nietzsche And Platonism

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    culture as a whole. To Nietzsche, Christianity is objectionable because it is a symptom of mankind’s world weariness. In rejecting the realm of the here and now in favor of a transcendent, heavenly afterlife, the Christian reveals his weakness. This weakness was first observed in Plato, whose logic is eventually carried out into the development of Christianity. Plato created the idea that this world is meaningless, and that people do not get rewarded for their actions until after death, and that worldly

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