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    Sweat by Zora Neale Hurston

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    Marriage is a concept that society takes extremely inaccurately. It is not something one can fall back from. Once someone enter it there is no way back. In Zora Neale Hurston’s short story “Sweat” she tells the story of Delia, a washerwoman whom Sykes, her husband, mistreats while he ventures around with other women and later attempts to kill Delia to open a way for a second marriage with one of his mistresses. By looking at “Sweat” through the feminist and historical lens Hurston illustrates the

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    “I know how she looked, but the dress was humiliating!” I laughed along with Mrs. Van Kendall, the horrible, vapid woman. No one in Philadelphia had any class, and truly, it was my own fault for throwing the dinner party. “Oh my goodness, ladies! Have you heard about the Gatsby murder, over in... New York... I think? How horrendous!” Clearly Mrs. James had been sitting on this exclamation all night. “Why yes, yes I have! Do you know I actually went to one of his parties?” “Well, I heard he

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    Pete Townshend

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    and Elton John; however, if one were to scroll a little farther down the list they would come across a man named Pete Townshend. Townshend ascended to fame as the lead guitarist and principle songwriter for a rock band called The Who. Through his work with The Who as well as the compositions of his solo career Pete Townshend has come to be known as a tremendously respected figure in the musical world as well as one of the must influential members of the unique ideological movements he touched

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    Donna Monologue

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    I know I'm going to sound like a crybaby, but I'm cold, tired and extremely weak. The bleeding has finally stopped, but the pain that's constantly shooting through me is making it very hard for me to move around. My leg is so red and swollen I'm afraid I might lose it if I don't get it looked at soon but I’m afraid the dogs will find me if I leave. Since there's no reception in the cave I can't use my cell phone to call for help. Oh, what was I thinking, trying to rob a house without knowing what

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    Changes

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    A Little Gift from Heaven Richard drove home after a long day of work. It was 11:00 PM, the streets were empty, the sky was pith black, and it was quiet throughout. Richard liked this time of the day; it was quiet, peaceful, there was tranquility, and no one could bother Richard about anything. Richard was driving at his own pace, despite no one being outside at this time. All of a sudden, Richard got a phone call. “Hello?” asked Richard. “When are you coming home?” asked his wife, Linda. “You know

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    become… -13 years later- “How about you Riley, do you know the answer?” asked Mr. Anderson, her college professor. Without a second thought Riley spewed off the long, complex answer all of her college classmates had no idea how to solve. The professor, who had been thoroughly trained, was at a loss to explain. Riley Bollar now attends Duke University in North

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    In the famous novel named “Lord of the flies”, there are four main characters that William Golding built up to represent the typical personalities in human nature. While Jack stands for the powerfully instinct savagery, Simon represents the natural kindness and Piggy with his glasses is the symbol of wisdom, Ralph has the best conducts of a real leader as he was initially voted for chief. There are three main characteristics that mark him out as a felicitous leader: rational, moral and unflinching

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    Life teaches us a lot of things. But none is a better teacher than friendship (Importance of Friendship). There is one person who knows who I really am and that is my best friend, Danny. Friendship is a special love. Finding a true friend is always hard. So when one is found, it is important to hang on tight. The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it. Growing up, I was the girl that was confident, strong, and had all the answers. No one had fully ever understood me or my actions

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    Inn From Hell

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    Creative Writing: Inn From Hell It all started on a dark a stormy night just outside of the Paris city limits at about 11:00 P.M. when Doctor Bleed and his assistant checked into the old run down inn. You see the weather was so bad that they could not even make it all the way over to Spain so they had to stop. They walked in with thier clothes soaked from the rainfall, when they first walked in they realized that there was nobody at the desk to wait on them so they just took it upon themselves

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    by Doctor Who, a hugely successful production which started in 1963 and still runs today. Both nations revolutionized the way science fiction was shared and interpreted, being the leaders behind this ‘New Wave’. Yet, the unique socio-cultural differences between both societies lead to slightly differing tracks of science fiction television series. The influence which both sets of series had on the media and society is unremarkable. One of the most prominent series in the U.K., Doctor Who, is the longest

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