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  • Long Sip Of Hot Steamy Coffee
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    A Touch Of Realism The thick, tantalizing aroma of roasted coffee nipped at the tip of my nose just seconds before the old faithful alarm released its high pitch sound through its tiny top speaker. Wiping away the grit of last night's sleep, the bright white sundays blinded me momentarily as I slung my arm like an elephant trunk along the top of the alarm and searched for the snooze button. Stretching hands and feet to the four posts of my bed, my eyes opened after several watery blinks. I crawl...
  • Aylmer Wife
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    The Birthmark Would you ever kill the man or woman that you loved Just to satisfy your deep inner passion for science One man did, he slowly made his wifes life shorter by every passing day. It is your choice to feel that he loved his wife, or he loved her just to make a science project. You should never mix work with love as this man unfortunately found out. Now you must learn a little bit about the characters to base your assumption. Aylmer is the husband that tried desperately to get a minor ...
  • Warmth Of Human Emotion Heat And Warmth
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    The Warmth of Human Emotion Heat and warmth are usually depicted as elements of comfort and security. This warmth is what people crave to achieve this comfort. In Evelyn Lau's "Family", the heat and warmth give deeper meaning in regards to human emotion. The contrasting images of ice and cold as well resemble the abstract human emotion in the short story. The elements are used in such a way as to satisfy the hunger of emotional warmth in regards to the characters Zoe and Douglas. As the story un...
  • Lenny And Curley's Wife
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    Part One: The scene that was most memorable to me in this play was when Lenny and Curley's wife shared a conversation while the others were away. It started with Lenny moping around about the rabbit he had killed and then Curley's wife joined him. This scene ended in a surprising way, but in my opinion many interesting things were discussed about the concept of life. I was extremely surprised with the ending of this scene because when the conversation began I predicted that it was the start to a...
  • Sides Of Aylmer And Aminadab
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    The Mark of Ugliness In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Birthmark, there is indeed a representation of a submerged personality in Aylmer. Although the other underlying personality is not represented within himself, it is rather portrayed through his assistant Aminadab. Since Aylmer is lacking so much within himself, he is unable to appreciate his wife even she was dying. Basically if Aylmer had the sensibility of Aminadab he could have realized how beautiful she was even with her birthmark. During the...
  • Falcon Tower With The Prisoners
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    After reading Michael Kunze The Highroad to the Stake, I feel that the Ironmasters wife has a very unfortunate life, yet she did not look for pity, she made the best of the situation. Her lifestyle is one that is not glorious or even desirable, yet the way she lives it is almost admirable. She has to deal with certain appalling facts about herself and her husband that most l people normally dont even think about and she did it the best way possible. I feel that she solely responsible for maintai...
  • Sorrow Of The Wife And Husband
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    The poem, Home Burial by Robert Frost, tells of a child that was buried not long in the past and of the sorrow of the wife and husband. The husbands grief is not as apparent as the wifes heartache. The husband has become accustomed to his feeling, but the wife is reminded every time she passes the stairway window. In the Bedford Introduction to Literature, it asks the the questions, Is the husband insensitive and indifferent to his wifes grief... Has Frost invited us to sympathize with one chara...
  • Feelings To His Wife
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    Emily Dickinson's poem 732 I feel is about a man and woman who is married, but the man has lost the love for his wife. In the beginning of the marriage the wife seems to do everything to make her husband happy. After time the husband loses the feelings for his wife and keeps this as a secret. The wife changed in order to be the person the husband wanted her to be, only to lose his love. Line one in the poem read She rose to his requirement; meaning that she may not have been as proper or as soph...
  • Want A Wife
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    There she goes again, fluttering around the house like a beautiful butterfly. My father's wife was the "Donna Reed" of wives. Wonder Woman would have cringed in fear by the very presence of my father's wife. This woman was able to take care of her household in one single bound. There were no limits to this wife's talents, abilities, and lastly, responsibilities. This all powerful wife is my mother. As I look back, she was more like a busy little worker bee, tending to all who needed her, while s...
  • Crooks And Curley's Wife
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    Literary Analysis Loneliness is a feeling that occurs when someone feels that they have nobody, but themselves. In Of Mice of Men written by John Steinbeck, there are many characters that put across many feelings such as loneliness. The workmen, Crooks, and Curley's wife expresses much of it. Throughout, of Mice and Men loneliness is shown in a variety of ways. To begin with, many workers who work on a ranch.".. are the loneliest guys in the world" (Steinbeck pg. 13). Many workers who work on a ...
  • Very Strong Feeling
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    What is compassion? Compassion is feeling for the suffering of others, prompting one to give help. It is a feeling which can make you cry; it can make you think. I believe that we all feel compassion at some point, even the worst criminals. We know that feeling and we have that feeling when we pass by a homeless person begging for crumbs, when we hear of a young child losing its parent or vice versa. To me this is compassion. Some could say it is pity, and in a way it might be that too. I think ...
  • Gap Between The Wife And Ex Husband
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    Casey Wilson Patrick Walters Writing 121 21 October 2003 Pieces Left Behind In Lydia Davis' "The Sock" and Bernard Malamud's "A Lost Grave", both the central characters are unable to let go of their lost loved ones. Each clings to a material object formerly occupied by said lover. In Davis's tory, the unnamed ex-wife possesses the sock of her divorced and remarried husband, with whom she still feels a deep bond. She feels as if it carries a piece of him in it, and through it continues to experie...
  • Men's Thinking In The Modern Society
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    Women and Patriarchy! X (A study of the change in the status of men and women and how patriarchy affects men's thinking in the modern society using the movie! SS The Full Monty!" ) Traditionally, women's status is often lower than men's. This, however, is changing in time. Women nowadays are able to have the same achievement as men, maybe even more. In this essay, I will use Peter Cattaneo's THE FULL MONTY to discuss the change of the status of men and women in society as time passes, and how pa...

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