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    The Feeling of True Love

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    The Feeling of True Love A palpable feeling in the air, anxiety for the babies to be born. As a little head starts to appear, it seems just like a phantasm that the babies are arriving, to the many people watching this birth. As the first baby appears, the new mother starts crying, so happy to have a new little girl to welcome into this world. Then as she unwillingly hands her new daughter to the nurse

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    The Hearts True Feelings

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    The Hearts True Feelings What is love? According to dictionary.com love is a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. Though for some people love can mean different things in a lot of ways: such as love for a job, love for a pet, love for a friend, etc. With the diversity of uses and meaning of the word love, it has become difficult to consistently define it. Loving and being loved increases richness to lives. People feel happier and healthier when they feel close to others.

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    strong feelings against Hester. Hawthorne also makes her a woman of strength and courage. Once Hester was branded with her mark of shame, she could have left Boston with her illegitimate daughter and lived a normal life elsewhere. However, if she chose to leave, it would have only served the purpose of conceding defeat to Puritan society. Instead, she chose to live a life of ignominy in Boston in the hopes that Dimmesdale would return to her. Another strong indicator of Hawthorne’s true feelings is

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    As I Lay Dying1

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    Dying1 William Faulkner uses language in a unique way in his novel As I Lay Dying. Language is a form of expression to show thoughts and emotions. Faulkner uses it to convey the individual characters’ thoughts and feelings. He also uses it to draw a line between language and true expression. He shows the limitations of language and the difference between language and words. As I Lay Dying covers the story of a family as they journey to bury the mother, Addie, in her hometown after her death

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    would become really good friends. Rachel had become a confidant, someone who I could trust for advice and guidance no matter what the situation. Rachel seemed too perfect to be true; I really thought that she could be the one that God had intended for me to marry. I truly believed this until I discovered Rachel's true feelings. Rachel and I have a mutual friend whose name is Anthony. Anthony and I are best friends and we did everything together. His parents even invited me to live with them when

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    Alfred Sasoons Poetry

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    war, the futility of it and the high price that had to be paid.In the poem 'A working party' Sassoon's feelings towards the futility of war and the waste of life that war brings about is made clear through his use of his language and the way he makes the reader feel as if they know the man in the poem. In this and many other poems, Sassoon uses irony and heavy sarcasm to make his true feelings known. In 'The Kiss', the entire poem has a very sarcastic tone, and the poem could actually be read as

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    The Meaning of Smoke

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    unsaid. Such is the case in Chris Avellone's, smoke, which tells the story of two friends who have a good relationship until one speaks the truth that both had been hiding. The smoke in the essay can be looked at as a veil that is concealing the true feelings of the two characters. The setting, which is in a smoke filled bar, can be looked at as a secret hide away that the two friends go to. It is when Kyle starts to bring what is really going on that the conflict starts. When the story starts, the

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    because Regan suspects they have been intimate. Edmund denies these accusations at the beginning of act five scene one, but states his true intentions in his soliloquy starting on line 55. Shortly afterwards at the beginning of act five scene three Cordelia and King Lear are captured and held prisoner. In the selection I chose, Edmund expresses his true feelings about the love triangle he and the sisters Goneril and Reagan are in. "... Neither can be enjoyed, If both remain alive: to take

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    personal measures and prestige.  These people mask their true in intentions to acquire selfish desires.  In doing so they develop a theme of the discrepancy between the way things appear and their true realities. Hamlet, on the other hand, is an honest, moral individual trapped in this deceitful society.  Hamlet is faced with the dilemma to either lower himself to their level by utilizing deception, or leave wrongs unrighted by remaining true to himself.  In Hamlet, the theme of appearance versus

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    everyday life that some people say lacks depth, however, unlike many other poets, Larkin does not always write the truth or the depth of his feelings. In many there is a voice, trying to convince its author of something that is usually quite evident or exploring itself but revealing only the surface. Why he is trying to convince himself and what are is true feelings present the real challenge and profundity of Larkin poems. The search for one's identity, combined for everybody in one's unique fantasies

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    MDMA or Ecstasy

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    is not a drug created from nature, but from laboratories and garages. It can produce stimulant and psychedelic effects by flooding the brain with the neurotransmitter, serotonin. Some therapists believe that it helps people to bring out their true feelings in a peaceful and open manner. Nevertheless, the government classified it as a drug with no recorded medical use and high abuse potential. MDMA is now illegal in the United States. The increase in the dosage of Ecstasy is partially due to the popularity

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    a cage" (Chopin 1). The caged bird at the beginning of the novella points out Edna's subconscious feeling of being entrapped as a woman in the ideal of a mother-woman in Creole society. The parrot "could speak a little Spanish, and also a language which nobody understood" (1). The parrot's lack of a way to communicate because of the unknown language depicts Edna's inability to speak her true feelings and thoughts. It is for this reason that nobody understands her and what she is going through. A little

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    Their Common Enemy

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    `Well, that's a great thing. To weather a twenty-five year mortgage is ------ .' LINDA: `It's and accomplishment.' (73). When they are almost done paying they are very happy and even Willy makes a comment; but he stops himself from expressing his true feelings. Why? Why does Willy prevent himself from being happy with the good things that he has in his life? He tries to live a life that doesn't exist and ends up agonizing. He should just enjoy what he already has and work with it. What ends up happening

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    Sophie's Journey Toward Freedom in Breath, Eyes, Memory The novel Breath, Eyes, Memory, by Edwidge Danticat, is a bildungsroman. The narrator, Sophie, embarks on a journey towards her freedom. Sophie's freedom comes from her therapy. Sophie's treatment and her sex phobia group help her to cope with problems and move past them. The therapy helps Sophie to take logical steps towards her freedom. In Sophie's sex phobia therapy group, Sophie is able to realize she is not the only person in

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    Hiroshima

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    battles, and death have left an imprint that will forever be engrained into our past. When disastrous events occur, our world begins to change in some way. We often read about the great destruction of World War I, but it’s very difficult to know the true feelings and opinions of what was happening during that time. This is one small example in the history of destruction. World War II followed suit when it turned out to be a prime example of human nature reaching the greatest heights of destruction. World

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    Lincoln and the Outbreak of Civil War

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    Lincoln and the Outbreak of Civil War The Civil War was the worst crisis in American history, pitting two sides of a split nation against one another in bloody battles that persisted for four exhausting years. It was a war that neither side claimed to want, and that neither side claimed to start. Although popular belief places the blame with the South because they fired the first shot, there is considerable evidence that Lincoln, realizing war was inevitable, coerced the South into firing that

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    competition for a reason; it is used in order for Emma to be able to see the truth within her. Without competition, Emma would have never regarded her true feelings. Competition brings out the most in people. It makes people act and react without putting thought into their actions; which brings out one's real feelings and/or real skills. This is true across the board. Competition is found in all walks of life from school, where you are competing within your class for the best grade, to sports were

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    what she wants or accomplishes her evil goals. In the play she hides her true feelings and pretends to be a normal lady. However, her evil nature shines through her false face. This just proves that Lady Macbeth is like a rose. A rose is pretty and smells great but if one is not careful the thorns will prick the fingers.  Lady Macbeth appears to lose her sanity the night of Duncun's murder and cannot relate to her feelings or guilty conscience. She admits that "she could kill her only child just

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    thoughts and feelings of a certain character at a point in the play. It reveals the innermost beliefs of the character and offers an unbiased perspective as it is merely the character talking to the audience, albeit not directly, and not to any other characters who may cause the character to withhold their true opinions. Therefore, Hamlet's first soliloquy (act 1, scene 2) is essential to the play as it highlights his inner conflict caused by the events of the play. It reveals his true feelings and as

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    Roosevelt once said, "Remember always that you not only have to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one." To be an individual means to act by choice and make decisions with free will enhanced by the power of knowledge. Only then are people true to themselves and to others. In Paradise Lost, Milton clearly conveys this concept of acting freely under God. He shows the reader that only with the freedom to choose do a person's actions become meaningful and sincere. This idea also helps Milton

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