• Shoeless Joe Macbeth Friends Didn
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    Fire bringer Simon To get through something alone is much harder than having someone there with you. Going to your first day of school alone with out anyone would be very hard, but having someone with there you don't feel alone and it would be easier. There are good examples in Shoeless Joe, Macbeth and Lord Of the Flies, where the main characters have suffered because they have been alone. In Shoeless Joe the protagonist needed the help of his friends to get where he needed to be. Without them ...
  • Hiroshima Nagasaki Atomic Bomb
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    When Truman made his decision to drop the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I think it was a bad idea, but in a good way of protecting ourselves from Japan. The reason why I think it was a bad decision was that he didn't really give them enough time to respond, and send a surrender letter. When we didn't receive a letter, we figured they didn't take us seriously. I think the Japanese didn't get the letter yet, or we didn't give them enough time to respond to it. The reason why I think it was a g...
  • City High Lyrics Many Things
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    So Many Things Hmm (listen) I don't understand Why you had to goI guess I'll never know Why life seems so hard Since you went away There's still some things I got to say Even though I'm all aloneI know u want me to be strong And stand in tall admit the rain Without you life just ain't the same (Chorus) And there are so many thingsI'd like to ask you And there are so many thingsI still don't know And there are so many thingsI'd like to ask you Still yet so many things That I will never know If th...
  • Maslow's Hierarchy On Needs
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    Maslow's Hierarchy on needs is a theory that says you as a person must choose between biological needs and desire based on learning. The basic idea behind this hierarchy is that we are born with certain needs that we can't live with out. Without meeting these initial needs we will not be able to continue our life and move upward on hierarchy. This first level consists of our physiological needs, or our basic needs for survival. Without food, water, sleep, and oxygen, nothing else in life matters...
  • Tacoma Narrows Bridge Didn Wind Trusses
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    Tacoma Narrows Bridge A lot of things can go wrong when building or designing a major building, plane, bridge, or even a road. Engineers face the challenges to overcome these flaws or problems everyday when they are trying to design structures. The primary causes of engineering disasters are usually: Human factors, design flaws, material failures, extreme conditions or environments, and combinations of these reasons put together. There are many things an engineer has to look for when designing a...
  • Killing Mr Griffin Mark Didn Susan
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    I read the book Killing Mr. Griffin, by Lois Duncan. There was an English teacher, Mr. Griffin, which nobody liked. He was a tough teacher, and didn't give anyone an A. Not even the smartest student, Susan McConnell. They disliked him so much that they wanted to try and scare him by kidnapping him. One day after school, Mark told his friends his idea of what to do to take care of Mr. Griffin. He decided that they should threaten to kill him so he would give them better grades but not actually k...
  • War Didn Fear Life
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    The years 1961 to 1972 saw the American involvement in Vietnam. For a little over ten years, America sent its sons off to fight for an unknown cause in a country they knew little about. When the United States finally pulled out of Southeast Asia, many were left scratching their heads. Over 58, 000 young men died without really knowing why. Although it is a work of fiction, Tim O'Brien's Going After Cacciato expresses the views of those who spent their lives in the jungles of Vietnam. The Vietna...
  • People Truman Didn President
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    Truman hard working, fast talking personality is what helps people remember his time in the White House. The differences between Johnson and him is the fact that Truman didn't have the experience to make the way he was. The different aspects of his personality are what made him a successful president. He learned quickly and was willing to act vigorously. He was hard working, energetic, and enthusiastic during his first decisions as president. When he swore into office he had many hard decisions ...
  • Richard Didn Author Influence
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    I read the autobiography, Black Boy. It was written by Richard Wright. Further information about the author will be in the following paragraphs. The publication date of this book was 1945. The autobiography I read didn't give enough information about the birth and death dates of my author. He was born on September 4, 1908 and died on November 28, 1960. Some places associated with the author are Jackson, Mississippi, Memphis Tennessee, and Elaine, Arkansas. The early goals of the author is basic...
  • Robby Dolan Rodo Life Didn Handle
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    Living the fast life was taking it's tole on Robby Dolan, Rodo as he was known on the streets. It was danger, constant and repetitive. Nothing he couldn't handle to save his life, but nothing he could handle as a career. All those times he skipped Ms. Hydel's English class now haunted his everyday life. Job interviews became stand-up comedic performances as he embarrassed himself, blatantly in effort to win the hearts of heartless employers. All hope was lost, and now he faced the biggest mob b...
  • Anse Bundren Didn Addie Roads
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    Anse Bund ren is one of the most exceptional characters in "As I Lay Dying." He was the husband of Addie Burden. In the Story, he portrayed himself as being a very selfish individual. During his journey to the burial site of his wife, he always was worrying about his well being before the family's well being. The only reason that he decided to carry out Addie's wish was that he wanted to improve his image by getting false teeth. He did care for his wife, but this caring was overshadowed by his ...
  • Romeo And Juliet Love Or Infatuation
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    Romeo and Juliet: Love or Infatuation. This may sound unorthodox, but in my opinion Romeo and Juliet were NOT in love, but instead were infatuated. It seemed that Romeo and Juliet were constantly looking for sex. People in love are patient, and usually good friends. Romeo hardly knew Juliet and they were married in a matter of days. They didn't even think about the consequences of there marriage. Romeo and Juliet didn't think about the consequences and in act 2, scene 3 Romeo says that if he's ...
  • Lennie George Didn Shot
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    OF MICE AND MEN Should George have shot his friend Lennie? George probably did the right thing by shooting Lennie. How can we condemn George for sparing his friend Lennie the pain and fear of being killed by someone else? He did something society sees as wrong, but he did it for a good reason. Lennie didn't deserve to die, but there was no other alternative. Curley wanted to kill Lennie, and since George cared for Lennie, he figured the best thing would be for him to put Lennie out of his misery...
  • Vietnam War Didn Young Reasons
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    Choices Tim O'Brien was drafted to the Vietnam War. He didn't want to go to the war. So he went to the northern woods in the northern Minnesota. He had to make a choice whether to go to the war or not to go to the war. After spending six days with guy Elroy he decides to go. Tim O'Brien went to the war for the wrong reasons. He didn't even think that there should be a war. He saw no reason at all why they should be fighting. He says "I was drafted to a war I hated... [I was] politically naive, ...
  • Didn Book Dad Stock
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    Huck Finn identified his feelings early on in the book, just in the first chapter. His ideas on "sivilization" aren't very high held. He can't see the use of wearing the clothes that the Widow and Aunt Polly have him wear. They make him feel all cramped up and make him sweat. He didn't like having to be called for dinner by a bell, sitting down upright at the table and praying before eating. As for his views on Religion... ." After supper she got out her book and learned me about Moses and the ...
  • A Rose For Emily
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    In reading A Rose for Emily, I personally didn't not v are for it. I feel the tone was to nasty for me. How can you live in a house with a dead man in your house for 10 years. That is just unhealthy. Why would she subject her manservant to live in such conditions. What was going on with her and her father? Why didn't he want to let her marry, it is almost like he wanted her all to himself, and when he died she could not handle it. I also din't understand why Homer didn't want to marry Emily. Wh...
  • Forbidden City Rights Freedom
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    Canada is multicultural country, and every one is equal and everybody has freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication. But in china it is different. As we could see in novel, people of china and students didn't have freedom of what they believe. Also reporters didn't have freedom of press and communication. And Alex says life in Beijing was so complicate and difficult for him because he didn't have freedom of what he wants t...
  • Fat Kid Walter Didn College
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    There were many similarities in the characters from To Kill a Mocking Bird and Remember the Titans. The characters in both of the stories have similar experiences, but they dealt with them differently. Walter Cunningham in To Kill a Mocking Bird had a lot of things in common with "The Fat Kid" in Remember the Titans (I didn't quite catch his name, so I will refer to him as "The Fat Kid"). Well, Walter and "The Fat Kid" came from family's that didn't have a lot of money. Walter couldn't afford to...
  • Leper Didn Find Nature
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    A Separate Peace: Character Sketch Of Leper Separate Peace: Character Sketch Of Leper Lepellier Leper Lepellier: quite an interesting character indeed! One minute searching for beaver dams, the next moving on to something totally unrelated. He most definitely did not go along with the crowd! He didn? t care that the rest of his class was off to clear snow from the railroad tracks – he had to find that beaver dam! He, in a way, was like Chet Douglas. He was fascinated by nature the way Chet...
  • A Story Of Bird
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    A bird was flying through a forest and had very luckily and eventually found his best tree to build a nest to stay, to enjoy and to love in his lifetime. When he flied towards the tree with great happiness and hope, he was shot ruthlessly, however. But the shoot didn't cause an immediate death to the bird. And he asked why he couldn't be shot early – before he had found his best tree. ‘ I don't fear death, but I fear the death with regret's aid the bird. The bird was looking at his b...