• Jonas Community Choices People
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    The Giver, by Lois Lowry, Jonas was making a new beginning by making an end. Jonas was making an end by leaving the community. He left with Gabriel because he wanted to experience things outside his community. He was very hurt by the community because he couldn't openly share his feelings. He wanted to share and experience his feelings with other people. He felt the community did plenty of things wrong. Jonas did not seem to like what happened to people when they were released. He wanted to cha...
  • Why I Perform Bob Dylan
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    Why I Perform When I was in eighth grade, I first heard Bob Dylan on the radio. While randomly switching stations, I came across Like A Rolling Stone playing loud and clear. Instantly, I was a fan. I began to collect everything I could. My father, seeing my new found interest, decided it would be the fatherly thing to do to support me. So for my fifteenth birthday, he bought me two tickets to see Bob Dylan in concert when he came through Austin. I couldnt believe it. I was so excited to go, I h...
  • Dead Poets Society Keating Neil Wanted
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    'It was Mr Keating's blatant abuse of position as teacher that led directly to Neil's death.' We are asked to discuss the above statement after watching the movie: 'Dead Poets Society'. This statement I feel is ridiculous and when I have finished this essay you will agree. The school was a dull, meaningless place where tradition and reputation was put before creativity and education. That was until Mr Keating, came to the school as an English teacher. He focused around Poetry. He taught the boys...
  • Mary Astell's From A Serious Proposal To The Ladies
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    Mary Astell's From A Serious Proposal to the Ladies Discussion Question: Why did Mary Astell suggest such extreme solutions as a learning environment for woman, and is it necessary? In Mary Astell's From A Serious Proposal to the Ladies is a plea for intellectual equality among the sexes. The author was tired of the oppressive nature of man, which kept her and her sisters from developing their minds. She felt that females back then should have the same rights as women have achieved through the C...
  • House Sneezed Wanted Told
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    Ely atan Marcus September 21, 20018 B English Period #5 The Wolf Who Wanted a Friend One day I was walking through the meadow, feeling very sad and lonely. I wanted a friend to spend time with. My mother sent me out to play, but I couldn't find anyone to play with. I looked everywhere until I came to a house made out of straw. I knocked on the straw door, and a little pig answered and told me to go away! I thought that was very rude of him. I told the little pig that I wanted to come inside and...
  • The Role Of Slavery In The Civil War
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    Slavery was something that welcomed in the south, northerners. Many people believed Slavery was morally wrong and wanted to do something about it. The book Uncle Tom's Cabin and the newspaper The Liberator argued how wrong it was. In this, Slavery was a major cause in the outbreak of the Civil War. There were many things that led to the Civil War. One of which were the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850 in the Missouri Compromise, Missouri wanted to become a slave state and northerne...
  • Drivers Wanted Volkswagen Campaign Consumers
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    1. ) What made the "Drivers Wanted" campaign so successful? What did the campaign try to motivate the consumer to do? What measures prove that the campaign was successful? What did it do to the consumer's perception of the brand? Looking back, Volkswagen's decision to switch advertising agencies-from DDB Needham to Arnold Communications (AC) -was a critical step in the company's comeback bid. After all, AC was the one who came up with the "Drivers Wanted" campaign. As stated in the case study, a...
  • Wanted Girls Pictures Group
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    Ca Twist e a Popenguine It was hard to find symbolism in this film since their culture was very colonial ized. It seemed as though the culture was so European/American that the culture was gone. Even though it was hard, I was still able to find some cultural symbolisms. The different groups of friends were completely different from each other. There was the group that wanted to be popular and get all the girls with a party, and there was a group that had all the music records that the other need...
  • The American Dream Joe Money Hanneh
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    The America Dream is defined in general as a dream of a land that is better richer for everyone based on accomplishment and opportunity. This dream is usually sought after by people who have been deprived of their social and human values. People who have not been able to achieve this dream based on restrictions of their situations that plague their lives. These situations can be different for everyone, race, sex, handicap, etc. My question is this goal obtainable? To me there is one thing that p...
  • Huck Wanted Back Free
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    In our English class we read the book, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. How my American Dream compares to Huck's and what is holding him back and how what is holding him back from his dream compares to me is the theme. Huck wanted to be free. He wanted to do what he wanted and be how he wanted to be. He did not want to be civilized. He did not want to follow any rules or do what anyone told him to do. One person who was trying to control him was his aunt. She wanted to civiliz...
  • Wave Of Imperialism Wanted Trade Countries
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    Old and New Imperialism There were two different time periods where Imperialism occurred. The first wave of imperialism, called the "Old" Imperialism, lasted from around 1500 - 1800. The "New" Imperialism lasted from around 1870 - 1914. The three main differences that we will discuss today are the differences in economics, politics, and the motive behind all of this. The new and the old waves of imperialism were very much different through economics. The old economics was pretty much all about t...
  • Younger Family Wanted Money Mama
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    A Raisin in the Sun Throughout the play, A Raisin in the Sun, the character Beneatha talks about finding her identity. The concept of assimilation becomes very important to the Younger family. Neither of the members of the Younger family wanted to assimilate into mainstream America, they just want to live comfortably. The Younger are an African American family living on the south side of Chicago in the 1950 s. They were living during an era where America was extremely racist towards blacks. The ...
  • Comparing And Contrasting Federalists And Anti Federalists
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    1. The federalist and anti-federalists were very different in the opinions they shared on how the government should be run. The Federalists had very high class and social men while the Anti-federalists had farmers. The Federalists wanted a republican government with a strong executive branch, while the Anti-Federalists wanted a participatory democracy with a minimum executive branch. These are the three main ways that they are different. The Federalists wanted to follow the filter model. This w...
  • Rodriguez Parents College Wanted
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    Like Rodriguez, I share some immigrant background history. However, differences also exist for me, like parents helping me pick out a college such as Albertus Magnus because they wanted what is best for me. I decided on Albertus for because for one my brother comes to Albertus as well, and two the college is close to home. My parents always wanted me to attend college because it is what they think is the best choice to do after high school. My parents never went to college, but at that time in t...
  • Robin Veronica Wanted Girl
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    Title- Queen of the Sixth Grade Author- Ilene Cooper The major character in the story I read was a girl named Robin. Robin is confident, sweet, caring, a good friend, respectful, and a little shy. Robin was the best friend of the most popular girl in school named Veronica. Robin had a crush on a boy named Jonathan. Veronica and Robin made up a club and only allowed certain girls in it. It was called the AKG S which means Awesome Kennedy Girls. They even made up pins with the lettering akg s on ...
  • Mother Daughter Relationships From The Joy Luck Club
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    The relationships between mother and daughter brought up in the film, "The Joy Luck Club" are very conflictive. They reflect a great deal of the way in which mothers act towards their daughters and vice versa. The film shows a very realistic view of the mother and daughter relationships in our modern world; which are very traditional in many ways. All mothers would like their daughters to get the best out of life. Su yuan, Lindo, Ying Ying and An Mei wanted the best for their daughters. They tr...
  • The Colonists Vs The Third Estate
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    "The first duty of society is to give each of its members the possibility of fulfilling his destiny. When it becomes incapable of performing this duty it must be transformed." This quote by Alexis Carrel explains the reasoning behind the French and American Revolution. Although the revolutions have some differences, they have many similarities. The American Revolution had differences from French Revolution. For instance, colonists loved the Americas. They grew tobacco and corn and lived wonderf...
  • Northerners Said That Slavery South North Wanted
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    The Fratricide war between the North and the South was one of a fight for security. Though history puts only the South in the position of the perpetrator, a closer look reveals two perpetrators embodied in both the South and the North. The South, which was known as the Confederate States of America, seceded from the North, which was also known as the Union, for many different reasons. The reason they wanted to succeed was because there was four decades of great sectional conflict between the two...
  • School Time Wanted Home
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    The day was coming, my feelings were getting nervous, scared, more like terrified. Mixed feelings were coming alive in me when I thought about going to school also how I felt about experiencing a new and different life. At the age of twelve my life was shifted. First day of school came walking onto the campus it was a whole different feeling than what I was used to. New and different faces turned as I walked down the loud, echoing halls. The mass amounts of students of my age talking, laughing a...
  • Of Mice And Men
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    In the story Of Mice and Men George, Lennie, Crooks, and Curley's wife had shattered dreams. First, George wanted to have and land to call his own. Second, Lennie wanted to tend the rabbits. Third, Curley's wife wanted to be in the movies. Lastly, Crooks wanted to be treated as an equal. Foremost, George wanted a place to call his own. He wanted Lennie and himself to buy a ranch with their own land. They wouldn't have to worry about anyone "canning" them. The land would be there's to do as they...