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  • North Dormer And Charity
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    Charity Royall displays both self indulgence and self control. Judge Royall represented law and structure in her life. He was the one sure thing that she had. He was her only monetary means of survival and without him she would not be were she is or would not have a place to stay, food to eat, or clothes to wear. Then on the other hand there was Lucius Harney, who represented everything else in her life. Excitement, adventure, fun, and finally the ability to fulfill and longtime dream of being w...
  • Lives Of Game Players
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    Amongst the shelves that are packed with the latest computer software, sits a genre of games, that does not get the recognition that it deserves. Simulation games. These games do not give the player level after level of mind-boggling graphics, blood and gore, or even the feeling of accomplishment. Their one purpose is to give the control to the player, that they would normally not get in their everyday lives. By definition a simulation game is a game where the player must take on a role that is ...
  • Missionary To The West
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    Bill was born in Troy Grove, IL. He moved to the Kansas territory at age 18. He served as a Union spy during the Civil War. He was extremely brave. He died in South Dakota while playing poker. Jane was born in Princeton, MO. Her dad moved the family to Utah. Sadly, her mother died along the way. She married Wild Bill Hitchcock. She died in 1902 of natural causes. Annie was born in Danke City, OH. She began using a rifle at age 6. She was part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. She had a musical, ...
  • Film's Shane And Dodge City
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    In the genre of western films, the hero plays a key role. Humanity portrays 'civilisation overcoming the hostile country. ' (Miller 1983: 66) In many films the American civil war is over, people have turned their attention to more constructive pursuits. Battling nature to progress America's future rather than each other. In between this wild country, fraught with danger and corruption lies the role of the hero. An individual with exceptional skills who through these abilities is able to rid a st...
  • Poem Chicago
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    Chicago Chicago is as poem that captures how the cities of America are in that time period. He addresses the city as 'you', as if it were a living person and all of the people that make things happen in the city are the organs of that person. The poem has a positive outlook on the city of Chicago. It details the flaws and shortcomings of the city. He talks of painted women on the streets luring the farm boys, which would be women with make-up applied heavily working the streets. He says that the...
  • City Of The Living Dead E.L.
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    CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD E.L. Doctorow's The Waterworks mixes a bizarre horror story with the sights and sounds of 19th-century Manhattan BY PAUL GRAY A beautiful widow left destitute by the will of her plutocrat husband. The surreptitious exhumation of a corpse while fog swirls in the phosphorescent light of early dawn. A treasure chest crammed with cash. Innocent children falling victim to a mad scientist in pursuit of the secret of eternal life. A brilliant, tormented young hero who says thing...
  • Wrong Towards The City And The Laws
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    Upon reading Plato, The Trial and Death of Socrates, Socrates strongly held views on the relationship between morality and laws become apparent to the reader. Equally, Socrates makes clear why laws should be followed and why disobedience to the law is rarely justified. Finally, he makes clear his views regarding civil disobedience. Socrates' view on morality is that anyone can do wrong. It is said that injuring someone in return for injury to oneself is wrong. He follows this with the connection...
  • City Of The End Of Things
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    The Work of Poet and Philosopher Archibald Lampman Poet and philosopher Archibald Lampman (1861-1899) led not a life of his own, but an existence forced upon him by peers and an unfeeling and cold society. Dying far before his time, Lampman led a life of misery. He was supported only by a few close friends and his immortal poetry. This essay is founded around one particular of his works but I feel it necessary to discuss the conditions in which he lived in order to fully understand what he was t...
  • City Life The City Life Of Australia
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    Australian Life Life in the Bush The Australian life style was portrayed as one of the bushman although it was not. The life of a typical Australian was really the city life. The bushman was one with no classes and he treated every person as equal. A middle class person was the same as a working class man. The bushman was a very trustworthy and helpful character he would help a stranger as if it was his friend and if that friend needed anything he would be glade to of er him every thing he has. ...
  • Country Lifestyle And The City Lifestyle
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    Country Life versus City Life Have you ever wondered how people live in the country versus how people live in the city? The country lifestyle and the city lifestyle have a lot of differences, so I saw them as work, . Let me tell about these The first difference is work. Both of them people usually work, but how they work different. To begin with, farmers work outside and harvest. Employee of the company work inside and work on machine. Second, the country has small markets and the city has big m...
  • Life In Villages And Cities
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    City Life And Village Life A village is composed of small population that is not advanced whereas a city is very advanced and has large population. Life in a village is completely different from life in a city. This difference is like distinction between earth and sky. These lifestyles are totally different from each other. It is hard to find similarities between persons of different characteristics and same as with life in villages and cities. Cities are getting more advanced everyday and it ha...
  • Soundscape Of Lampman's Imaginary City
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    A Comparison Of Archibald Lampman's The City On The End Of Things And Bliss Carman's Twilight In Eden The poetry of Archibald Lampman and Bliss Carman, while having some similar themes, have remarkably different styles. Both poets have written numerous poems dealing with nature, landscape, and the comparison between these ideas and the city. In "The City on the End of Things", Lampman deals with his vision of industrialization within the city, a city of nightmarish realism. In "Twilight in Eden"...
  • Sarah Margaret Fuller
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    Margaret Fuller: Bluestocking, Romantic, Revolutionary by: Ellen Wilson 1810-1850 Published by William E. Wilson Copyright 1977 Ryerson Ltd... , Toronto, 1977 Sarah Margaret Fuller lived an extremely detailed life. She experienced many difficult occurrences that would have made many think life too difficult. But, no matter how many events made her feel like a failure and never improved, Margaret still fought for what she wanted and never gave in to anything she thought was less than what she des...
  • City Life
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    The Cowboy and the "Wannabe It's Saturday night and the fast paced, hurry-up and get behind pressures of everyday city life have come to a temporary halt. Time has now arrived for many of the "Yuppies" to discard their three-piece suits and Wall Street Journals for an evening at Gilley's East. You can get there either by taking the subway, Porsche, Jaguar, or Lotus Spree right up to the front door where the insured parking attendant will take the responsibility of securing a space for your vehic...
  • Dishonest Graft
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    George Washington Plunkitt was born in 1842 in Nanny Goat Hill which was a poor Irish shantytown on the upper west side of Manhattan. George Washington Plunkitt was a senator in New York during the turn of the 19th Century to the 20th Century. He was very successful in politics, and at one time he had four offices at once and collected salaries from three of them. George Washington Plunkitt was also the district leader of The New York's Tammany Hall. The New York's Tammany Hall was the premier s...
  • My 10 Days Trip To Calcutta
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    I still remember my 10 days trip to Calcutta, which is largest and fascinating city in India, with my school staff and students when I was ten years old. Moreover, it was 24 hours journey from my city Hyderabad to the city Calcutta. I can never forget this trip because whenever I get free time, the first thing I think is about the friends that I made, the places which I saw, and the way that I lived on this trip. Though I was the youngest among all the students, I made friends with everyone. How...
  • Life's Gender And Sociological Issue
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    Depending on where someone is brought up they will view the world in two different aspects. Someone who was raised in the city is going to see the world in a totally different light than someone who was raised in a village. A person raised in a village does not mind the notion of hard work, being out in the sun for hours on end with out a break, and not having air conditioning to come home to. A person in the city is not used to hard work, and are used to the notions of television and air-condit...

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