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    Rhinoceros

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    Rhinoceros The human race has advanced over many years, and during this time, moral standards have developed. These moral standards, distinctively different from the laws of nature, are standards set specifically for humans. The play Rhinoceros, written by playwright Eugene Ionesco, associates this difference in moral standards and laws of nature. Ionesco uses Jean, a French businessman, to display the differences between these two ways of life. In Act I, Jean believes in the values of the society

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    Eugene Ionesco's "Rhinoceros": True Means Resides in Action not Words I awoke sweating. Breathing heavily, I glanced over at my clock and read the time. 4:00 AM. I wasn't sure if this was reality or not so I ran my palm over my scalp. No bump. A sigh of relief came over me. "Phew," I said, "it was only a dream." This is a dream I have had often throughout the past couple of years. Each time, the bump in my dream gets bigger and bigger and each time I wake up I'm more and more frightened that the

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    Waiting for Godot and Ionesco’s Rhinoceros ‘I feel that I had been at the frontier of existence, close to the place where they lose their names, their definition, the place where time stops, almost outside History’ (E Ionesco). This essay will explore the frontier of existence in Beckett’s Waiting for Godot and Ionesco’s Rhinoceros The title Rhinoceros is formed from the ancient Greek Rhino meaning nose and Keros meaning horn. However, in this play I take rhinoceros to mean an animal that is

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    Legalization of rhino horn trade to save rhinos from extinction Rhinoceros are large, herbivores recognized by their distinctive horned snouts. In the name rhinoceros, rhino means nose and ceros means horn which means there are no rhinos without horns. What will we call them when they don’t have their horns because rhinos are rhinos because of their horns? This brings us to the concept of rhino horn trade legalization. Rhino horn trade legalization was introduced because of the problem of poaching

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    Rather than taking Western Medicine, there are many Asians who take Traditional Chinese Medicine to cure their diseases. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses plants and animals as ingredients to make medicines. There are also many other traditional ways to treat disease such as using small needles to release pain and fire cupping to get the blood out in order to remove the pain. Despite the ways of treating diseases, Traditional Chinese Medicine is causing animals such as Sharks, Tigers, Bears, Rhinos

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    #1 To Characterize to show the development of a person/character. helps the audience to understand the true personalities of characters (not what their portrayed to be to others). 1. a) "... Approach thou like the rugged Russian bear, / The arm'd rhinoceros, or the Hyrcan tiger; / Take any shape but that, and my firm nerves / Shall never tremble ..." (Act 3, Scene 4, Lines 123-125). Macbeth is speaking to Lady Macbeth about Banquo's ghost he says that if any of these fierce animals should come near

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    Humanity and Wildlife In 1953, the California grizzly bear was officially designated the state animal of California (State Symbols USA, 1). The irony with this is that the California grizzly bear had been extinct twenty nine years prior to it becoming the official state animal (State Symbols USA, 1). According to the Valley Center History Museum (VCHM), when the first settlers started to explore the western regions of the US, many of them encountered an estimate amount of ten thousand California

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    Aiming at a Bigger Target

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    The rhinoceros is an unmistakable member of the animal kingdom, its swollen gray body hiding an agile, muscular frame and its massive horn trumpeting a patent mean streak. It is also a striking image in the business world, evoking a sense of stubborn strength for such brands as streetwear icon Ecko Unlimited whose logo is a rhinoceros, the stalwart off-road Yamaha Rhino, and truck-bed protector Rhino Linings. The rhino’s most lasting legacy, however, may not be its penchant for intimidation, but

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    This introduction makes us think that this story is realistic, because the explanation given is a normal family. The description of James' family is something that the young readers can connect with and understand. Out of the blue, a rhinoceros gobbled up James' parents causing him to live with his evil aunts. Then an old man gives James magic green things that grow a giant peach, this totally changed the n...

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    The Road to Complete Extinction

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    There is a new rumor: if humans harvest deer antlers, crush them up, and eat them, any illness, or disease, one has will be cured. Thousands of people run to the woods to kill deer. Hunters are growing angry because their trophies are being killed prematurely. Conservationists warn of the dwindling numbers of the male deer population. Deer antlers are going for thousands of dollars on the streets in cities like Detroit and Chicago. Soon enough, money-hungry killers start a new rumor: hooves from

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