• A Black Cloud Groups Of People
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    A Black Cloud The heart is an organ of fire, filled with intense love and intense hatred. Yet it is the hatred which entwines the lives of people causing them to display acts of violence and cruelty. Hatred is displayed through forms which include: prejudices towards large groups of people, crimes of hatred being committed, and indirect hatred which involves hurting others as an act of rebellion against someone or something. Throughout history, the world has been afflicted by the prejudices of p...
  • Cults And Racism Hate Hatred Gang
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    Can Hatred be Stopped There was a time when his light blue eyes were clear; like, a bright blue sky on a warm summer day. Not any more though, gray clouds seem to have set in his eyes. Everyone could see the hatred in them. It was so strong that anyone near him could feel it. Before he joined the cult he was my best friend; yet, it now seems as if we are worlds apart. Someone once said |Money is the root of all evil. X Today it seems more appropriate to say that hatred is the root of all evil. ...
  • Interpretation Of Poe's Fire And Ice
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    Fire and Ice (From Harper's Magazine, December 1920. ) 1 Some say the world will end in fire, 2 Some say in ice. 3 From what I've tasted of desire 4 I hold with those who favor fire. 5 But if it had to perish twice, 6 I think I know enough of hate 7 To know that for destruction ice 8 Is also great 9 And would suffice. When I first read this poem, the first thing that I notice is general idea that whoever is speaking (in first person) is describing the end of the world. The first thing that comes...
  • Writing Style And The Reader
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    Poe was a literary master with the emotions of his readers. He could make a reader feel anything he wanted to with just a few sentences. Through the stories 'The Black Cat'; and 'The Tell-Tale Heart'; , he takes the reader through the emotions of his characters using writing methods that draw the reader in. His use of sentence structure and writing style allows the reader to become intimate with the character. Poe knew how the get a reader deep into the story; he could make them believe as thou...
  • Black Like Me Griffin Whites Hatred
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    Section Three: Black Like Me. Matthew Wallace Period 33/26/01 Part 1, (pg. 159) If some spark does set the keg afire, it will be a senseless tragedy of ignorant against ignorant, injustice answering injustice-a holocaust that will drag the innocent and right-thinking masses of human beings. (pg. 160) If we could not accept our somewhat different practice of racist suppression of black Americans, how could we ever hope to correct it? (Pg, 174) As a person who lived almost constantly in both comm...
  • Romeo And Juliet Love Hatred Families
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    Are there such things as true love and hatred? In the story Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare there is true love and hatred. Romeo, a Montague and Juliet, a Capulet are two star-crossed lovers who will always love each other. The hatred between the two families will be a problem for the couple to get together. These two families the Montagues and the Capulets truly dislike each other for no true reason. For example at the beginning of the script Sampson, a Capulet says "Nay, as th...
  • White Fang Life Hatred Wild
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    Josh Sales English 101 White Fang During peoples lives they can be influenced due to the emotions and feelings around them. In the book White Fang by Jack London, White Fang is influenced by three different emotions. The first influence on White Fang was the wild. Another influence on White Fang was fear. A third influence on White Fang was pure hatred. These influences can all be related to similar emotions in my life. The wild's influence on White Fang is similar to influences in my life. The...
  • Us Policy Makers Middle East
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    Consequently it is possible to forecast three possible alternatives for the US policy maker as of how to continue war on terrorism and cope with the situation on Middle East. These policy options are: withdraw from the region, maintain status quo in the region and aggressively extend its presence in the Middle East and engage in "democratization" and "nation-building" efforts in Iraq and elsewhere in the region. Considering the aforementioned facts and research it is possible to say that the bes...
  • Romeo And Juliet Love Hatred Capulet
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    Romeo and Juliet Essay Love vs. Hatred Romeo and Juliet was written containing a great deal of love and hatred. The two combined created tragedy. This William Shakespeare play centres on two disputing families in Verona Italy and two young lovers belonging to the families. The two lovers are Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet. This play proves that love can rise even when families come from a background of hatred although this one results in tragedy. The two families feel that their hatred would...
  • Elephant Man Hatred Romeo Juliet
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    "Evil is the underlying element in the life of a living creature." This quotation, by Ray V. Sjorvek, expresses the idea that all living creatures contain a certain degree of evil inside themselves. In literature, protagonists usually express their sinister sides through words or actions when trying to prove the point that one's hidden emotions cannot be concealed. Authors generally write about evil causing the downfall of society. In many cases, authors speak of hatred persuading people to aid...
  • Hostility In Lord Of The Flies
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    In Webster s American Dictionary, Hostility is defined as Deep Seated or Mutual Hatred. Do any of the characters in William Golding s highly divisive book, Lord of the Flies, display true and utter hostility towards one another My opinion would be no. Hostility is a mutual hatred, and according to me, no one on this island displays any symptom of hatred (hatred being defined as an intense animosity. ) The way I see it, the thirty or so boys on this little island display a certain sense of coveto...
  • Love And Hate Hatred One Reason
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    On Love and Hate Historically, extremes in emotion and reason do not often mix. I am thus cautious of attempting to comb through love or hate with reason. My recourses are two: to (yes, using what reason I have) separate intellectual thought from emotion; and to apply as little reason as possible without ceasing to write. It seems reasonable (sorry) to assume that emotion and reason have nothing to do with each other. It also seems very likely that one cannot exist with the other. They seem cap...
  • John Ford Hatred Ethan Indians
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    REPRESENTATIONS IN JOHN FORDS "THE SEARCHERS" In the film, 'The Searches', originally written as a novel by Alan Le May, John Ford (director) explores the themes incest and miscegenation. In the film, John Ford, uses stereotypes to construct his plot and create his characters. The main characters in the film, being Ethan, Martin, Scar, Look and Debbie are all shaped by white American stereotypes of the 1950's. Ethan, a respected war veteran, is represented as a wise but shifty character, ...
  • Discrimination In The War On Terrorism
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    Due to the massive terrorist attacks against The World Trade Center, many Muslims and Arab Americans are being persecuted. Jerry Falwell's speech discusses the root of the hatred. He believes it stems from the permissive groups. This fact in itself is ironic because one would think that these groups would know more than anyone the feeling of resentment. In a desperate attempt to place blame, these innocent people are feeling the pressure of resentment. Just because of their race small children ...
  • Poem Of Poison Tree By William Blake
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    In the poem "A Poison Tree" by William Blake, it shows how a person's anger and hatred for his foe, which eventually causes him to seek revenge, overcame him. This essay will discuss the important ideas and emotions that the poet is trying to convey and how he uses poetic techniques to achieve this. This poem is about how the poet's anger did not appease when he kept it to himself - "I told it not, my wrath did grow." This hatred he has for his foe starts growing as he "watered it in fears; Nigh...
  • Romeo And Juliet Love Play Verona
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    EXTENDED TXT Discuss two ways in which a text you have studied effectively presented its ideas. In the text 'Romeo and Juliet' written by William Shakespeare, two ways he has used to effectively present his ideas are through the characters and setting. The characters Romeo and Juliet clearly illustrate the theme of romantic love through their actions and speech towards one another. The hot Italian city setting of Verona establishes the idea of hatred. The hot setting results in conflict, violen...
  • Romeo And Juliet Violence And Hatred As Important Theme
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    The play Romeo and Juliet has much more to do with violence and hatred than love, even though it is widely regarded as a play about love. Throughout the play, there are many instances of hatred between the two families, inciting violence between its members. This provides a backdrop that makes the story of Romeo and Juliet so powerful, since the love between the two young lovers is forbidden. Without the themes of violence and hatred driving this play, the love would have no meaning. Hatred in ...
  • Education Is Key To Peace Paper
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    To obtain peace, there are two methods. The first is to have both sides battle each other until one finally defeats the other. This option is not available because it leads to many unnecessary deaths and can never have an absolute resolution; it is very violent and bloody. The second is more favorable. Through education, one can reach peace through non-violent means. To see how education can beget peace one must look at the cause of these conflicts. People hate each other. Their reasons for hat...
  • Jealousy Towards Finny Gene Hatred Leads
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    A Peace of Mind That Shows to Well In? A Separate Peace? by John Knowles, Gene? s jealousy towards Finny leads to Gene feeling negative emotions. Gene? s jealousy towards Finny leads Gene to feel insecure with himself. Not only does Gene? s jealousy lead to insecurity, it also leads Gene to deny many things that have been happening to him. In addition to insecurity and denial, Gene? s jealousy also leads him to feel hatred towards Finny. In? A Separate Peace? by John Knowles, Gene? s jealousy to...
  • A Raisin In The Sun
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    The Struggles of A White Dominated Society A dream deferred is a dream put off for another time. In A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, many dreams are seen and shown. Through the dreams of the characters comes many other things including the organization of other blacks, genial slaves, and the transfer of hatred. Many of the problems that occurred in A Raisin in the Sun were due to the struggles of living in a white dominated society. A way for people in this story to feel more secure is...