• The Poet John Milton
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    John Milton The poet, John Milton, has written books like "Paradise Lost" and "Paradise Regained" that are two of the greatest poems he ever wrote. He is an English poet and a political writer who is thought to be the next better poet than Shakespeare. John Milton, the author of "Paradise Lost" considered by many people to be the greatest epic poem in English language. Milton is also the author of "Paradise Regained" and "Samson Agonists." He wrote the first two of these works, and probably his ...
  • Louisa May Alcott Wrote First Concord
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    Louisa May Alcott was born on November 29, 1832, in Germantown, Pennsylvania. When she was almost 2 years old, Louisa''s family moved to Massachusetts, the state where she lived the bulk of her life. The family moved many times over the years, usually back and forth between Boston and Concord (Mass. ). Some notable places Louisa lived were 'Fruitlands' in Harvard, Massachusetts; 'Hillside' in Concord; and 'Orchard House,' also in Concord. 'Fruitlands' was the site of her father''s attempt at Uto...
  • Vultures Teachers Come To School Everyday
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    Teachers Are Vultures In the extended metaphorical poem I wrote, I compared teachers to vultures. The second line means how different all the teachers are. In the third line I wrote how teachers come to school every day on a daily basis. The fourth and fifth line mean how ready they are to teach and lecture their students. I chose to write this because vultures go out everyday to scavenge their food just like teachers come to school everyday. Vultures pick on their prey, therefore I wrote on how...
  • Anthony Burgess Clockwork Orange
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    John Anthony Burgess Wilson was an English novelist and critic. He was born in a small house inHarpurhey and was the son of a bookkeeper and part-time pianist. He was found lying in his cot when he was a baby with his mother and sister dead beside him. They were said to have been victims of the Spanish Flu. Anthony attended the Bishop Bilsborrow- Primary School, Moss Side, Xavier College and lastly Manchester University. He then spent six years as a wartime soldier and after he went into educat...
  • H G Wells Wrote Time Novels
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    Herbert George Wells English author and political philosopher, most famous for his science-fantasy novels with their prophetic depictions of the triumphs of technology as well as the horrors of 20 th-century warfare. Wells was born September 21, 1866, in Bromley, Kent, and educated at the Normal School of Science in London, to which he won a scholarship. He worked as a draper's apprentice, bookkeeper, tutor, and journalist until 1895, when he became a full- time writer. Wells's 10-year relations...
  • Anthony Burgess Wrote 1968 England
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    John Anthony Burgess Wilson was born on February 25, 1917, in Manchester, England. He was raised up by this aunt and later by his stepmother. He studied at Xaverian College and Manchester University, where he studied English language and literature. During World War II, Burgess served at the Royal Army Medical corps. In 1942 he married Llwela Isherwood Jones, who died of alcoholic cirrhosis in 1968. Burgess taught at Birmingham University, worked for the Ministry of Education, and was a teacher...
  • Charles Dickens Ending Pip
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    Charles Dickens wrote 2 different endings to the book, Great Expectations. He wrote a second one since people didn't like his first ending. So, Charles Dickens revoked it and wrote a second one. In this essay the issue of which ending is more proper for the rest of the book and which ending is better will be discussed. In the original ending Pip sees Estella again while he is walking along with little Pip, when a servant comes running up asking Pip to come to a carriage and that a woman wants to...
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wrote Opera Sonatas
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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria. He was christened Johannes Chrysostom us Wolfgang us Theophilus, but he preferred Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. His father, Leopold, began teaching him to play minuets on the harpsichord before he was four years old. It only took him half an hour to learn each minuet. Before he was six, he had composed sonatas and a concerto for the harpsichord. Mozart learned to play the violin without being taught. He had watched his father a...
  • The Life And Work Of Chaim Potok
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    The Life and Work of Chaim Potok Chaim Potok lives a very full life he has served his country, peoples, and religion very well and with great impact. First, to be discussed is his life birth through the present. He was born at a very early age on February 17, 1929, in New York, New York to Benjamin and Mollie Potok. The first university he went to was Yeshiva University where he graduated in 1950 with a B. A. , summa, in English Literature. He also went to the Jewish Theological Seminary of Ame...
  • Source Of Primary Law
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    Philosophy of law- natural law from devine org in or from natural force positive- position that law created purely from human authority naturalist- socrates- change act of thinking ask him question hell make u answer it. Men should question world around him sacrifice own life to state religion plato- be lived everything was an illusion idea were real. Wrote idea govt, and society in the republic idea ruler were philosopher who pp begged to be ruled by aristotle- student of plato less philosopher...
  • Arthur Miller Death Of A Salesman
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    "Figure it out. Work a lifetime to pay for a house. You finally own it, and there's no one to live in it." This line was from the 1949 play Death of a Salesman. In his early years Miller wrote plays, but none of them were produced. Death of a Salesman was not his first success, but was still widely admired. He grew to become one of the century's greatest American dramatists. However this title was not easily achieved. After growing up in Harlem and working the Brooklyn Navy Yard to becoming a P...
  • John Smith And William Bradford
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    John Smith and William Bradford were both leaders who established colonies. They both established a colony and they attempted to attract settlers with writings. Their writings were intended for different audiences and they both had different purposes. John Smith's writings were different than William Bradford's. John Smith had a different purpose and his writings were intended for a different audience. John Smith's purpose was to bring people to the new world. He wrote a pamphlet to the people ...
  • John Milton Adam And Eve
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    Renaissance period and John Milton. John Milton was an outstanding poet who wrote sonnets such as 'On Shakespeare' and 'On His Blindness.' He also wrote poems such as 'Comus' and 'Lycidas.' Milton is most known however, for the epics that he wrote. Some of his major epics included 'Samson Agonistes' and 'Paradise Regained.' His most famous work is the epic 'Paradise Lost.' Milton was inspired in much of his work by the Bible. He felt that the Bible alone contained everything people needed to kno...
  • Early America Wrote Lived Didn
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    Everyone always talks about the early America, how it started the thinking of people today. Throughout this report you will understand more about early America. People always say America is a land of beginnings, well after Europeans discovered America, the New World became peoples hope for a new life. They tried to escape from poverty and just to start over. So we know that America started with hope but does the American writers? In order for something to begin there needs to have experiences. ...
  • Adolescents Toth And Ephron
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    Toth and Ephron might have been born around the same time, but did not share the same views for the most part about adolescents. Ephron had a very mentally troubled adolescents while, Toth account of her adolescents was very cut and dry. Ephron wrote about her whole life mostly from age 10 to her present age. The writers didnt have much similarities, except that they both grew up in the same time and that they both had boyfriends that didnt really respect. They both drove in their boyfriends car...
  • Niccolo Machiavelli Political Wrote Prince
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    Niccolo Machiavelli was a political philosopher of the Renaissance. He lived from 1496-1527. Niccolo Machiavelli was also a very famous painter in his time. He painted many famous paintings that are seen in museums, books, and many other places. He was also involved in government throughout his life. Niccolo Machiavelli was a painter, political philosopher, Italian historian, an statesman for influenced many political leaders in Europe. Niccolo Machiavelli led a very political life. In 1494, Ni...
  • Piece Poem Wrote Music
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    Shostakovich was a 20 th Century composer, who wrote three fantastic dances. The second dance is an ethereal waltz, and it is both graceful and mysterious, with unexpected harmonies creating tension. The Russian composer Tchaikovsky wrote several nocturnes. A nocturne is a 'night piece', and they often encompass what could be interpreted as the cold, melancholic mood of a winter night, and all the warmth and richness of a summer night. The 20 th Century Russian Composer, Alexander Tcherepnin wro...
  • Ernest Hemingway Three Years
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    Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois on July 21, 1899 to the couple of Clarence Edmond and Grace Hall. He was the eldest of six children. Hemingway wrote about his personal experiences in war and in love during his career. His career saw its peak when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his novel The Old Man And the Sea. Hemingway ended his life with a twelve-gauge shotgun blast to the head at the age of sixty-two. Thump, thump. Thump, thump. I listened to my heartbeat as I lay in a h...
  • Agatha Christie Mystery Writer
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    Agatha Agatha Christie Agatha Christie Agatha Christie is the best-known mystery writer in the world. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language. Another billion have also been sold in forty-five foreign languages. Her works have been translated into more languages than those of William Shakespeare. Only the Bible and Shakespeare outsell her novels, thus making her the most successful mystery writer of all time. Agatha Miller was born in Torquay, England on September 15, 1...
  • Anne Bradstreet Vs Sax
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    Anne Bradstreet vs. Anne Sexton When one thinks about women in literature, the names Anne Bradstreet and Anne Sexton come to mind. They are two very passionate women who wrote about everyday life while making it seem extraordinary. However, they didn t quite express themselves in the same way. These women were different in the way they wrote about family life and the pattern in which they wrote their poetry. First, the way Anne Bradstreet and Anne Sexton wrote about family life is completely dif...