• Are You There God Its Me Margaret
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    Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret, by Judy Blume Dear Judy Blume, I'm writing to inform you of an excellent book that you " ve created. The book that I'm referring to is Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret. It is a great book! I don't really like reading, but your book interested me! I loved how you wrote this book, the way the character Margaret's life was, I mean. I would like to talk to you in person to ask you about this book and where you got the ideas from. Did you write this book on ...
  • Balder Essay Loki One Loved
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    Frigg loved Balder. She loved him so much that she tried to protect him from everything. Balder was the light of this world and everyone loved him. Frigg went around to everyone in the world and asked for their promise that they would never hurt Balder; she asked the beasts and the elements, she asked mother nature and all the other gods. They had all pledged that they would not hurt Balder, but she missed one little plant since she thought that it was too small and young to do any harm. The mis...
  • Cyrano The Bergerac Love
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    Cyrano the BergeracLoveWhen we think about the force that holds the world together and what makes humans different from animals, one answer comes to our minds - that humans can love. Love is a state of mind that cannot be defined easily but can be experienced by everyone. Love is very complicated. In fact it is so complicated that a person in love may be misunderstood to be acting in an extremely foolish manner by other people. The complexity of love is displayed in Rostand's masterpiece drama ...
  • Loved Catherine Heathcliffe Servant Life
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    At the beginning of Wuthering Heights Lockwoode makes a mistake in assuming that young Catherine II was Heathcliffes wife. It is easy to see how he, a stranger unfamiliar with the Earnshaw-Linton family history could have made such a mistake. But, had Lockwoode known about the life of the woman Heathcliffe had always wanted to marry, Catherine I, and then have been able to compare it to life of her daughter, Catherine II, he would never have been able to make that mistake, for the lives of the m...
  • Four Wives Follow Me And Keep Me Company
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    Four Wives There was a rich merchant of India who had 4 wives (when they used to do such things. ) He loved the 4 th wife the most. He adorned her with rich robes and treated her to delicacies. He took great care of her and gave her nothing but the best. He also loved his 3 rd wife very much. He was very proud of her and always wanted to show her off to his friends. However, the merchant was always in great fear that she might run away with some other man. He, too, loved his 2 nd wife. She was ...
  • Uncle George Loved Top Pond
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    Appealing-to-the-Senses Description: Let the reader see, smell, hear, taste, and feel what you write in your essay. The thick, burnt scent of roasted coffee tickled the tip of my nose just seconds before the old, faithful alarm blared a distorted top-forty through its tiny top speaker. Wiping away the grit of last night's sleep, the starch white sunlight blinded me momentarily as I slung my arm like an elephant trunk along the top of the alarm, searching for the snooze button. While stretching h...
  • Ghosts Loved One
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    Many people do not believe in ghosts or laugh when people say that you saw a ghost. Yet, for those that dont believe, researchers say that at least 50 million Americans, or 20% of the population, have had one or more after death communication experiences with ghosts or spirits and the actual numbers may be closer to double these figures now! A ghost can be described as a form of recording like a audio or videotape. A ghost simply has no life or force left in it. Ghosts simply play the same scene...
  • Loved One Speaker Dream Lines
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    February 19, 2000 Essay 2: Analyzing a Poem Variation on the Word Sleep by Margret Atwood This is a poem about going into a dream. The speaker wants to sleep with a loved one and go into their dream and protect them from the subconscious fears. The speaker also wants to bring the loved one back from the dream safely and shelter that person. The speaker wants to be very important in the other person s life. The poem s idea is clear in but the poem has a lot of words that help readers understand h...
  • Four Lines Yeats Loved Love
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    Analysis of 'When You Are Old'; by W. B. Yeats This poem When You Are Old by W. B. Yeats is about Yeats telling his lover how it is going to be when she is old, and he is not around anymore. He is telling her how much he loves her now and how she will think about his love when she is old. She does not say anything although the speaker imagines her saying something in the end of this poem. Yeats wrote this when he was 28, and he talks about what she might be doing, feeling, dreaming when she is ...
  • Blacks And Immigrants City People Philadelphia
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    Racial Tension in Fever With the racial tension as high as it was in Philadelphia at the time of the Fever, one would think that any common enemy or goal would bring everybody together. However, when the illness known as the Fever hit the city, prejudice rose to different heights. Prejudice and racism is bad enough as it is. However, the citizens of Philadelphia were making it look like they wanted the blacks and immigrants to come back into the city. They told the blacks that they could come ba...
  • Scarlet Ibis Doodle Brother Relationship
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    The Scarlet Ibis In the "Scarlet Ibis" Brother helped his little brother Doodle live life to the fullest. Brother was responsible for Doodle's life and his death. Brother was usually good to Doodle and also mean to Doodle. When Brother was mean to Doodle he was very mean. Brother was a good person. In fact he Doodle how to walk. This show he wanted help Doodle so that he would not be dumb. Brother cared about Doodle a lot that is why he taught Doodle to walk. Brother shared all the places he lo...
  • Safest Poem Loved Sad Saddest
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    Saddest Poem Tow weeks ago one of my classmates has presented a poem from his culture, and I am sure that it's a Latin culture. The poem is called "Saddest Poem" written by Pablo Neruda who is as I understood one of the most famous Latinos poet. This poem was translated to English, even though it didn't lose its original structure. No one can argue about the main idea of this poem that it's a sad poem and we can clearly see that from the title. Neruda uses many of the poetry techniques to comple...
  • Sula One Nel Loved
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    In their life, at one point or another, people deny to themselves and others what they really feel and what really happened. Some people go on liv in like they have nothing to do in life. Sula is a character in the story that has a lot of obstacles to overcome in life, she has a friend name Nel who also lives in her neighborhood. Nel is considered the good one in the story and Sula is considered the bad one. They live in a place called the Bottom and their parents are really different from each ...
  • When You Are Old By William Butler Yeats
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    Frank Tours Ms. Girard Writing about Literature Sept. 14, 2000 "When You Are Old" William Butler Yeats Unrequited love is a common theme in poetry. Nature, death, wars, religions are all significant themes but love is the most important. It gives the reader an insight to the author's inner feelings. "When You Are Old" by William Butler Yeats is no exception. Yeats reflects upon his unconditional love for a woman who was not ready for a serious relationship. "When You Are Old" is about Maud Gonn...
  • Lancelot Code Of Chivalry
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    T H White in his Midevil novel, The Once and Future King, written in 1965 portrays in Book III the development of the character of Lancelot, a man who reaches many goals through the many trials and tribulations of a growing man in the midevil times. In Book III Lancelot goes through the troubles and predicaments to become a real man and to live up to the code of chivalry. Set in the land of Camelot, the novel expresses the way that purity can be taken away without one knowing because of the acti...
  • Joined The Army Daisy Time Life
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    efforts in this book are focused on trying to bring him and Daisy back to the point of time before he joined the army, except this time he has enough money for her. 'She never loved you, don't you hear?' he cried. 'She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved any one except me!' He wanted to repeat the past and have it exactly the way it was before he joined the army. She wasn't willing to risk her social...
  • Loved One Holden Society People
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    Holden Critiques the Weaknesses of Society Holden attacks various weaknesses in our society. Many incidents in the novel portrayed Holden as a person with full of hate in society. He critiques everything that had happened to him, many of the situations that he has experienced come across in today's society. His point of view on phonies; loosing a loved one; not remembering the true meaning of Christmas, are all the weaknesses in society. As we read further, we start to understand Holden's reason...
  • Subject Matter One Spring Merrily
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    Formal Comparative Poetry Essay In the two poems Spring by William Blake and When You Are Old by W. B. Yeats there are two types of subject matter connected by one major point. The two types are birth and death, connected by life. We see the beginning of life, or birth, in the poem Spring, and we see death in the poem When You Are Old. When comparing these two poems using the subject matter of life and death, there are many examples of imagery. In Spring, the images one may picture happy though...
  • Favorite Sport Hockey Day Watch
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    Back in 1988 on a cold winter day, I put on a pair of ice skates for the first time in my life. My father held my hand and took me out on the ice. Before I knew it, he had let go and I was skating on my own. That day was a life changing experience for me. Hockey became my favorite sport. I became a huge hockey fan. I also made plans for hockey to be in my future. To this day hockey is my favorite sport. It is all because of my first experience skating. I loved the feeling of gliding quickly...
  • Heartless Eyes Love One Loved
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    He Has The Heartless Eyes Of One He Has The Heartless Eyes Of One Who Is Loved Exceedingly I don't think that someone might ever be loved excessively. Everyone should be loved beyond measure. Love becomes excessive when it isn't shared; every gesture towards the one who doesn't love becomes embarrassing. There's no fault in the fact that you don't love; and there's no merit in the fact that you love, as well: the love you have for someone (if it's real) should be your own reward. It's your own l...