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    During the early part of the 1700's Joseph Addison, the Tatler and Sir Richard Steele, the Spectator, came together to write The Tatler and the Spectator. Through their hardships of life they came about understanding what others were feeling and the actions that they took. They documented five hundred and fifty-five essays that were depicted from the world around them. They used the feeling of   love to show about human nature and what it did to achieve its goals. Through stories, such as "Jilts

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    There have been many instances where I have faced hardship in a classroom setting because of my identity. I had to face stereotypes of me being less capable both academically and socially because of my identity and this occurred mostly during high school. An identity can be what a person relates themselves to, such as but not limited to ethnicity and gender. The things that have a negative impact on someone’s identity are stereotype threat and identity threat. How a person sees their identity can

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    Left Behind

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    the Rapture of the church. It begins on an airplane; people suddenly disappear leaving nothing but their clothes, jewelry, etc. The airplane pilot, Rayford Steele, is the main character. Non-believers of Jesus Christ and his followers are terrified and frightened as they try to figure out what has happened to their loved ones. Rayford Steele is directed back to his airport. Flights across the world are grounded, due to the car accidents, sudden disappearances, and believe it or not, plane crashes

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    hi

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    Richard and his wife mutually agreed that their marriage was over; they decided that they didn’t want to break the news to their two children, Anna and Kiet, straight away as Richard really wanted to take his son Kiet to his first day at school. At the time Anna and Kiet were eight and five respectively, Richard told his children he was going to Sydney for three months to do Yoga with Martin in order to help with his back problems. They intended on telling the children the news when Richard had returned

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    John Fowles

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    John Fowles It's A Boy! Robert and Gladys Richards Fowles give birth to a baby boy on March 31, 1926, in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex County, England. The proud parents have high hopes for their son and send him to two prestigious schools, Alleyn Court School (1934-1939) and Bedford School (1939-1944), where he excels in scholarship and sports. After his primary education is complete, the family moves from London to the Devon countryside, to avoid the invasion of troops in World War II. After serving

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    Percy B. Shelley

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    Percy Bysshe Shelley was born on August 4, 1792 to the extremely conventional Sir Timothy, who, being a man of influence, no doubt wanted his first born son to follow in his footsteps (Richards 671). Shelley, however, had much less conformist views, and was even “ragged” at Eton for expressing such (Matthews 196). He did not care to learn what his “tyrants” taught, but was interested rather, in science (which was outlawed from Eton at the time), Godwin, and the French skeptics. The rebellious nature

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    Kate Chopin's The Story of an Hour

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    intention or a cruel intention made the act seem no less a crime...” (189). We learn from the actions of the rest of the characters, including Mrs. Mallard, the main character, exactly who each one is. In fact, the supporting characters of Josephine and Richards seem to have no idea of what really is going on with Mrs. Mallard. They ...

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    Language; Camera, Lighting, and Sound, which can be seen as Film Language at it’s most basic. Richards (1992)[5] divides Film Language into three main groups, the Most - Used Cinema Languages, the Contrasting Cinema Languages, and Other Cinema Languages. Although there are many different film languages all of them comprise of the three basic elements outlined by Baker. Each named Language in Richards offers a different combination of Camera Shots, sometimes united with Sound and Lighting.

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    Black Jazz Musicians

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    who "deserves to be [known by] anyone claiming to have more than a passing interest in the historical development of jazz," (Dunford 321). He was the "most important piano player and the most important band leader to emerge from Kansas City..." (Richards). "Basie, unlike most of the other territory musicians, was not a native Midwesterner. Originally from New Jersey, he was stranded in Kansas City when a touring group he was with broke up. He then played for a while as an accompanist in silent movie

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    Social Anxiety

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    inside front of the ceiling. Now, she has to talk to the person who's checking out her groceries. She tries to smile, but her voice comes out weakly. She's sure she's making a fool of herself. Her self-consciousness and anxiety rise to the roof...(Richards 1) (1). A student won't attend her university classes on the first day because she knows that in some classes the professor will instruct them to go around the room and introduce themselves. Just thinking about sitting there, waiting to introduce

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