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    To Althea, From Prison by Richard Lovelace

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    was most famous for his poem “To Althea, From Prison”. Behind cell bars, he wrote this linguistic masterpiece tapping into a deep inner thought which resonates for all ages and displays the ideals of freedom, honor and carpe diem to his readers to the extent that it significantly influenced society. The poem was written as his most famous work but it’s said his most famous line of the poem was “stone walls do not a prison make/nor iron bars a cage”. . While in prison, Lovelace is in essence telling

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    Both ostensible attempts to comfort their audiences by universalizing and morally justifying love’s baneful realities, they eventually fail and leave their audiences with only exacerbated pain. "To Lucasta," Lovelace’s attempt to justify his departure from his lover Lucasta for the British Civil War by subjugating his sensual love to honor, fails in its illogical and contradictory nature, and acknowledges the ability of love’s endurance to victimize man, while "Song," by trying to alleviate the pain

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    Savannah Knowles

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    attended border school, because he didn’t needed financial assistance like the scholars. After so, Richard attended two high schools Crockett High school and Dawson High School. Therefore, when it came to College life, Richard had many choices to choose from. Meanwhile, Richard attended three different Universities, Cambridge University, Oxford University and Gloucester Hall. Where he majored in Degree of Master Arts. Furthermore Richard received his degree of Master Arts at the age of eighteen. Although

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    Alonzo Hickey

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    Some of his life decisions brought him down from his former glory days. Lovelace political works led him to be a poet, political strategist and influential teacher (NNDB) . Richard Lovelace was born in 1618 which according to records was Woolwich, Kent, or Holland. Lovelace was the eldest of all the eight children. His father and mother are Sir William Lovelace and Anne Barne Lovelace. He also has four brothers and three sisters. Sir William Lovelace was from a distinguished military and legal family

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    Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Douglas Bradbury

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    began to develop an irrational fear of censorship. (Norman “Obituary: Ray Bradbury…”). Bradbury infuses his writings with man vs. society conflicts and despotic characterization which accurately depict his ambivalence towards technology that stems from his fear of these advances eventually leading to the suppression of independent thought, thus suppression of the individual. These elements, found primarily in his first novel, Fahrenheit 451, not only impacted the sci-fi genre, but also made an impact

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    Brave New World Essay

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    Ivan Denisovich essay In his 17th century pem, “To Althea from Prison”, Richard Lovelace tells us that “stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.” Thus Lovelace introduces and makes the reader familiar with the paradoxical nature of freedom. This paradox is raised again when comparing two legitimate visions of the modern world: Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich vividly describes

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    A Waste Of Talent

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    birthday Jim Walker was introduced to the game of basketball by receiving a basketball from his uncle Mark Walker. Jim acted as if he loved the gift to please his uncle but really expected more from him. Jim never really played basketball at this age because he would rather spend his time doing things most other ten year olds did like riding bicycles and playing with G.I. Joes. On the same birthday Jim’s mother, Althea gave him ankle weights. She gave him this because she realized her son had a talent

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    Harry Horner Essay

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    like Hollywood- all the glamour, the riches, the parties. We’ve all wanted their seemingly perfect life as a youngster, but took back our wish when we heard about all their disasters, divorces, and drug overdoses. We realized that their lives were far from perfect, that behind all that money was a totally different person, and that the faces they displayed on T.V. was just for show. Life, it has always been filled by artificiality and hypocrisy, dating way back to the times of the famous authors Jonathan

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    Helen Keller Research Parer

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    proving everyone ‎wrong. Later on in her life with the help of her teacher Anne Sullivan, Helen learned to read, ‎write and speak. Helen Keller once said “While they were saying it couldn’t be done, it was ‎done” (Keller). Helen was born June 27, 1880 from a family of southern landowners with two ‎older sisters in Tuscumbia Alabama. Kate and Arthur Keller found a young woman at the Perkins ‎Institution to teach Helen how to communicate. A month later after Anne Sullivan’s arrival, she ‎had already taught

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