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    poems reflect the beautiful scenery that is present in that part of the country. Even though these poems both have winter settings they contain very different tones. One has a feeling of depressing loneliness and the other a feeling of welcome solitude. They show how the same setting can have totally different impacts on a person depending on their mindset at the time. These poems are both made up of simple stanzas and diction but they are not simple poems. In the poem "Desert Places" the

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    The Child Playing Alone

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    The Child Playing Alone "I was once a rapturous child drawing at the dining-room table, under a stained glass chandelier that sat like a hat on the swollen orb of my excitement. What is exciting that child, so distant from us in time and space?" Squares of different colors are splattered all over the sheet I am staring at. Some are yellow, others pink, a few green and lots are blue. Unfortunately I am not staring at some great artwork or beautiful quilt from Alabama. I am look at my weekly

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    studied. Robert Frost, an infamous poet best known for his original poetic technique, displays a reoccurring idea or theme of loneliness and isolation throughout many of his published works. The ways in which Frost represents and symbolizes ideas of solitude and desolation in poems are somehow slightly or very different. Loneliness and isolation are illustrated through Frost’s use of the dark night as well as depression in “Acquainted With the Night”, the objects the speaker encounters in “Waiting”,

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    Adversity In My Life

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    Humanity maintains a deep-rooted fear of being lonely, and I, being no exception, once experienced an unyielding compulsion to share my inner world with others. Years of being disregarded prompted the belief that I would remain nothing other than a degenerate and continued discrimination drowned me in detrimental thoughts. Life appears as an undying orbit around the notion of finding other people to empathize with and love. Society installs individuals with the conviction that they cannot be alone

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    Adapting to United States’ College Life Everyone has their experience of entering a discourse community, such as attending high school, entering the company and joining organizations. Being a newcomer, we have to work hard so as to get accepted. In ENGL 1301, I have to write a composition on how I successfully joined a discourse community. Therefore, I am going to demonstrate my process of transiting to UTA and prove that I have successfully joined the UTA community in academic and social

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    Instability

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    Alone. To express such a state in words, you could either use loneliness, which represents the pain of being alone; or you can use solitude, which represents the glory of it. However, in the case of the play Othello by William Shakespeare, being alone can only be a bad thing. Seclusion will result in instability in your behaviour, family and emotions. This play teaches the reader that being isolated puts you in a very volatile environment. Isolation plays a very critical role in emotions and behaviour

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    Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude, is a novel often associated with magic realism. Throughout the novel, the idea of magic realism is promoted through intertext examples of The Bible. Magic realism is defined as an artistic style in which magical elements or irrational scenarios appear in an otherwise realistic or "normal" setting. The many intertextual examples throughout the work are alluded from outside sources such as the Bible and the tragedians of the Greeks and

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    In Tony Kushner’s Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, every character goes through changes in relationships and experiences a form of loneliness. From the opening scene of the play with the eerie solitude of the dead haunting over the funeral scene, to the final scene of the play with Prior sitting abandoned and alone before the Angel comes in; every character experiences loneliness in different ways. Angels in America proposes that relationships are not permanent and loneliness is a natural

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    Unko

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    the feeling of people who are isolated and different from the rest of society. Through describing the life of the main character Jamie, who was suddenly deaf when he was sixteen, the author is able to convey the bitterness and the anger of people’s solitude. In the story, Jamie had no friends and lived in the woods alone. This clearly shows Jamie was lonely. He experienced loneliness, bitterness, anger and being a social outcast throughout the poem. The character Jamie could be considered to represent

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    Mr. Duffy

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    In life people are be alone by choice, no matter if it was flat out what the wanted or alone due to some kind of forced circumstance that grew out of a previous choice they made, but when it comes down to it loneliness is never truly desired. In the short stories A Painful Case and Eveline we see examples of each type of loneliness. In A Painful Case Mr. Duffy for the most part of his life chooses to be alone. In Eveline, Eveline seems to be lonely because she’s unable to leave her duties to her

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