• Wide Sargasso Sea And The Color Purple
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    Problems, along with misery, become apart of life whether you " re willing to accept it or not. For those who have accepted such troubles, have also learned to cope with it one way or another. Antoinette's character in "Wide Sargasso Sea" and Celie's character in "The Color Purple" have both experienced problems with depression, loneliness, violence, inferiority, racism, and self-identity. It is important for such characters as Antoinette and Celie to express their emotions and have a method of ...
  • Lost Lenore State Of Mind
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    A raven is a dark and mysterious bird, and in this poem a raven visits a man with a message. Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" is about a man who is having a mental breakdown because of the death of a dear friend. The narrator presents a frightening and sad setting, while throughout the poem, talking about his dear friend Lenore, who has passed away. Later, the mysterious figure of the Raven is introduced as he appears in the narrator's chamber. Puzzled and terrified by the appearance of this dark v...
  • Dear Diary Asagai Life Decided
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    Beneatha's Diary Dear Diary, I have decided that my true calling is to be in my country. Joseph Asagai has asked me to journey with him to Africa, back to his homeland. After much consideration, I have decided to go. I am so excited about going to Africa. I want to learn and see the customs of my people. With my education finished, I am ready to leave with Asagai. Dear Diary, Asagai and I have only been here in Nigeria only a short time. In the past few days much rejoicing and celebration has t...
  • Dear Diary Guess Kind Jacob
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    Dear Diary He's dead, how could he just leave me like this He's the only one I ever had and now I have nobody. He may have been drunk most of the time but at least he was there... now I am on a bus to the middle of nowhere... alone. All alone, that's me, all alone... forever. They " re sending me off to some foster family, I can't believe this is happening. I'm just you " re average 15 year old girl, things like this don't happen to me they happen in the movies! I must be having a really really...
  • John Quincy Adams 2
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    John Quincy Adams Good evening everyone. I, Louisa Adams, wife of John Quincy Adams, will be your spiritual guide on this rainy December night to tell you about my late husband and all of his endeavors. My dear John was a wonderful man and I truly am a fortunate woman to have had him for a husband. My dear John was born on July 11, 1767 in Braintree Massachusetts. I believe that now you call it Quincy Massachusetts. He had an older sister, but was the eldest son of his John Adams, his father, a...
  • Diary Of My Mexican Trip
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    August 4, 2002 Dear Journal, Today I boarded an airplane in Philadelphia. I haven't been on a plane before, so I was very nervous. The takeoff was pretty smooth. I finally relaxed, then we landed in Atlanta, Georgia. From here I rented a green compact car from Hertz. I drove from Atlanta to Tula in one night. I eventually arrived at the border and showed the officials my voter registration card and driver's license. I finally crossed the border into Mexico. From here I wen to my first stop, Tul...
  • Order Of Operations Symbols Dear Exponents
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    The Order of operations Part I-Teach someone else Dear Friend, I've gotten wind of your predicament concerning things such as: The Order of Operations, what they are, and all of their facets, among a few other things. I believe I can help you out with this, and took the liberty of explaining a few things concerning the aspects of the Order of Operations in the following parts of this letter. A) What Operation Symbols Do You Know? The Operation Symbols that are needed for a person to be familiar ...
  • Dear John Wayne Manifest Destiny And America's Cowboy
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    In Louise Erdrich's poem "Dear John Wayne," she describes the glorification of the white man's extortion of land and life from an Indian perspective. Laying on the hood of a Pontiac in a drive-in movie, a group of Indians watches the face of America's favorite cowboy as he defeats "the Sioux or some other Plains bunch." Their American made car, named after the Ottawa Indian Chief Pontiac, sits in the dark lot in a white man's world. As the movie ends, they realize the bleak reality of their exis...
  • Dear Green Year Face
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    Additional Poems By Angelina W. Grimke Essay, Additional Poems By Angelina W. Grimke A Winter Twilight A silence slipping around like death, Yet chased by a whisper, a sigh, a breath; One group of trees, lean, naked and cold, Inking their cress ‘ gains a sky green-gold; One path that knows where the corn flowers were; Lonely, apart, unyielding, one fir; And over it softly leaning down, One star that I loved ere the fields went brown For the Candle Light The sky was blue, so blue, that day,...