• Causes Of World War 1
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    The Causes of World War I If you were to look back at WWI, you would see that there were direct and indirect causes to the war. The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand was an immediate cause. Gavril o Princip, working with a Serbian anti-Austrian secret society called "The Black Hand" shot Archduke Ferdinand on June 28, 1914 in order to make way for a Slavic revolution. The assassination didn't do as Princip hoped, and it was used as an excuse for Austria to take hostile action against Serbia. T...
  • Annie Sullivan Keller Family
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    Annie Sullivan Ms. Annie Sullivan was sent to the Keller homestead to teach a little girl how to 'see' again. In no time she became part of the family. She opened up a whole New World for Helen. Annie affected the entire family by showing them the importance of education in Helen's life. She saw the possibilities for Helen and wanted to see her succeed. Annie had dark long brown hair and she always put it up in a bun. She wore casual dresses. The way the she dressed and did her hair expresses t...
  • The Tennis Court Oath
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    The Tennis Court Oath was the event in which the underprivileged class of France finally decided to stand up for their rights. There were many events leading up to the oath which certainly restricted the Third Estate. The Third Estate had been abused so much that they wanted to take action. They wanted their own constitution that would secure their rights and privileges. It was this oath combined with a few other events such as the Storming on the Bastille that started the French Revolution. The...
  • Shame Causes People
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    What Cause People to Have Shame What is shame According to the New International Webster s Pocket Dictionary of the English Language shame means, a painful feeling caused by a sense of guilt, unworthiness, impropriety, etc. Another definition is a person or thing causing disgrace or humiliation. I m going to use the first definition in this paper. There are a lot of thing that causes people to be ashamed. When shame shows up in people s lives it causes people to be unhappy, hide things from oth...
  • Virus Kyle Brad Wanted
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    Kyle (Brad's sister) gets a virus: Kyle chose not to go to work that day. She wanted to stay and play with Brad's new toy even thought Brad warned her to stay away. Now Kyle was uneducated because she chose to work rather then go to school because that is what her parents did. As soon as Brad left for school, Kyle could not help her self to resist the foreign object. She only has heard about it but never truly used one. Kyle unlike most first time users picked up how to use it pretty quickly. S...
  • The Great Gatsby Unfaithfulness And Greed
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    The Great Gatsby: Unfaithfulness and Greed The love described in the novel, The Great Gatsby, contains 'violence and egoism not tenderness and affection.' The author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, writes on wealth, love, and corruption. Two coupes, Tom and Daisy Buchanan and George and Myrtle Wilson, match perfectly with these categories. Both couples are different in the way they choose to live together, but are similar in a few ways. Unfaithfulness and greed are the only similarities the couples share...
  • Crime And Media Year Old Female
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    Abstract Crime in today's society is very drastic. Even though crime has drop within the last 30 years, I still believe that there is a large variety of criminals out there waiting to be caught and punished for the crimes committed. On a large part, some of the crimes that are committed daily have a lot to do with the television programs that can be watched every night by every single individual. Some of the most famous or favorite television shows have an impact on our not so good society. In t...
  • The Great Gatsby Daisy Wanted Man
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    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is more than a story about a mans love for a women, but rather a mans will to achieve greatness as he perceived. Jay Gatsby was a man driven by money and power. He was a man with a vision, a vision to succeed in life. As a child, Jay Gatsby grew up on a farm. He saw his parents as nothing but lethargic farmers. Gatsby knew exactly what he didn't want to be and that was like his parents. They were people who were content with who they were. Gatsby, on the ...
  • Don Love Wanted Feel
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    BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS LETTER I, M SURE I WILL ALREADY BE GONE FOR THESE ARE MY LAST THOUGHTS AND I JUST WANTED YOU TO KNOW THAT WHEN I AM AWAY I WILL MISS YOU BUT PART OF ME WILL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU WHEN YOU ARE AWAY I WANT YOU TO FEEL AS THOUGH I AM WITH YOU YOU ONLY HAVE TO CLOSE YOUR EYES TO SEE ME REACH OUT YOUR HAND TO TOUCH ME SOMETIMES WHEN YOU CLOSE YOUR EYES I WILL WALK WITH YOU HOLD YOU FOR YOU ARE MY PRINCESS MY ONLY REGRET IS THAT YOU ARE NOT HERE WITH ME SO THAT WHEN I GO I COULD...
  • Huckleberry Finn Huck Vs Jim
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    Huckleberry Finn Huckleberry vs. Jim The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a book of adventure, honor, dignity and respect and friendship. In the book we see the narrator (Huckleberry) go through his childhood. We see his personality on the shore and his personality off the shore. We see the Widow Douglas try to civilize him. She teaches him how to write, read and the rules of being a Christian. The reason that Huck lives with the widow is because his mother had pasted away and his father is an...
  • Taming Of The Shrew
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    The Taming of the Shrew is one of the earliest comedies written by William Shakespeare. In The Taming of the Shrew, Petruchio was the only suitor willing to court Kate, the more undesirable of Baptista's two daughters. Kate was never described as unattractive, but was known for her shrewish behavior around all of Padua. Bianca, on the other hand was very sweet and charming and beautiful; for these reasons many suitors wooed her. Kate was presented to be much more intelligent and witty than Bianc...
  • Hitler's Actions Germany League Britain
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    In 1933, Hitler came to power and became Chancellor. One of his main aims was the abolition of the Treaty of Versailles. The Treaty was a constant remainder of their defeat in the First Word War and they felt humiliated, so, he wanted to reverse this. As regards Germany's territories, Hitler wanted to unite Austria with Germany and get back the territories taken away by the Treaty of Versailles. To show Germany's expansion we may talk about the Political Union with Austria an Germany's invasion ...
  • Immigration Colonial America
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    Many people immigrated to colonial America for many different reasons, these reasons ranged from political, social, and economic opportunities. People in England were ruled under a monarch type government, they were also assigned a religion to which they had to follow or they would be killed. England didn't have much land and whatever they did have wasn't really fertile, it was nothing compared to the rich soil in America. Economic reasons for immigrating to America were obvious, they had a hung...
  • Coersive Act Political Colonists Acts
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    The conflict between Great Britian and the North American colonies started out economic but ended up being political. In the beginning the British equaled about five hundred thousand pounds, where as the colonies exports were around forty thousand pounds. There was no way for the colonies to give the British their money without cheating the government. So this showed how the conflict was economic. Then the stamp act, townsend act, tea act, and coersive acts show how the conflict turned political...
  • Main Character Joy Prom Wanted
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    In "Where To Put Your Hands," author Lee Tono uchi describes the main character as a shy, down to earth guy and a grandson who is always lectured by his grandmother. The constant pressure from his grandmother, to find a girlfriend, made it harder for him to find one. The main character has gone to school with Joy, a popular, young and smart childhood friend whom he has known for quite sometime. The other main character in "Wonder Woman and My Junior Prom," author Wendy Miyake is a young teenage ...
  • Nero And The Great Fire
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    Nero, his real name was Lucius Donituis Ahenobarbus. He was only 16 yrs old when he inherited his spot as emperor. He was the youngest person, ever to become Emperor. With the finagling, and deception that his mother Agripia had that helped. Nero was the last connection to Julius Caesar. His mother wanted to play the role of the emperor; she wanted to control her son. Agripia wanted to tell Nero how to be ruler, how to do what she wanted done, but he was smarter than that. In 59 A. D. Nero had ...
  • Sir Thomas Wanted Movie Man
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    In the movie, "A Man For All Seasons', it was showing how the King of England wanted to have some type of treaty signed to allow him to marry once again. A person by the name of Sir Thomas More was a person of power and had some type of authority in the church. The king was asking for this treaty to be signed because of the position he was in. He had already married, but all of the boys that his wife had produced had all died, so he had not produced a male heir. The king was a friend of Sir Thom...
  • Showroom But That The Salesman Petros Dealership Man
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    The Immigrant and the Car Salesman There was once a boy named Petros who immigrated to the United States from Greece. His family was very poor, so they came on a ship, and took a train to Chicago, where they thought they could find work. When Petros turned eighteen, he decided to move to Lynn, where he settled in the Greek community. He began to work hard and saved all of the money he earned. He married, and, together with his wife, opened a small produce store. The business prospered, and Petro...
  • Seven Against Thebes Oedipus Wanted King
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    Analysis Of Oedipus, Seven Against Thebes And Analysis Of Oedipus, Seven Against Thebes And Medea Oedipus, Seven Against Thebes & Medea Oscar Wilde once said, "There are two tragedies in life. The first is not getting what you want. The second is getting what you want.' This paradoxal statement, when examined, can be found to have some truth in almost everyone's life. It is particularly valid in the works Seven Against Thebes, Medea, and Oedipus The King. A closer look at these works will show h...
  • Black Boy Church One Day He Said To His Grandmother
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    Black Boy The theme of this novel is very much connected to the theme in our class right now, which is discovery. In the novel Black Boy is about a young boy who grows up into a world of hatred and difficulty. His name is, Richard Wright. This young boy was born into the time of discrimination and un- lawfulness. Richard discovered many things early in life. He discovered he has to make his own decisions but also has to deal with the consequence. Young children tend to always follow or believe ...