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  • Of The Scenes Baz
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    The opening scene of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet will be the scene that I choose to analysis. Elements of plots that could be found in the first scene are exposition, point of attack, discovery and foreshadowing. Each one of these elements will be used to help analysis the scene and make it clear as to what is going on in the mind of Shakespeare. The first element of plot found in the first scene is exposition. We read that there are two groups The Montague's and The Capulets, and the...
  • Fight Club Chuck Palahniuk Independent Reading Response
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    Independent Reading Response: Fight Club-Chuck Palahniuk Independent Reading Response: Fight Club-Chuck Palahniuk First Reaction: The novel was intentionally confusing and hard to follow due to its nonlinear structure. It was thoroughly enjoyable and upon completion it generated many questions in my mind, as well as thoughts of my own life and the decisions I make. Feelings: Fight Club excited me, scared me and even angered me. These emotions were not negative, simply pure and raw. The scenes of...
  • Hektor's Personal Honor
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    The Role of Honor The ancient Greek culture during the time of the Trojan War was warrior based. Every man was expected to fight and to fight well. A man's honor depended on many things like how well he fought, how much material wealth he had, and his hospitality. A man must look strong at all times, and never appear to be weak. This warrior based characteristic of the Greek culture caused many problems and feuds among the people. The Iliad consists of many different situations where it can clea...
  • Novel McMurphy
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    One flew over the cuckoo's nest One flew over the cuckoo's nest One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest For as long as time could tell, whenever and wherever there is a corrupt ruling system in place, there will always be an opposing force trying to over throw it. This ruling system can be a variety of things. In some cases it is the government, a boss, or basically anything or anyone that has some type of control or authority over something else or someone else. In some cases the opposition can success...
  • Proven Behavior Change Strategies From Their Aids
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    AIDS IN AFRICA: Mission Control - Pres. Bush's plan to triple US spending on fighting AIDS in Africa President Bush's new $15 billion AIDS-fighting initiative for Africa will triple U.S. spending on the crisis. It is a 'work of mercy,' says Bush-a mission-one undertaken by a 'blessed country' that recognizes its moral responsibility to help the wretched of the earth. It's no surprise that Bush speaks of the plan in the language of religious mission. He himself is a believer, and his decision to ...
  • Letters Of War Spartan Mothers
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    Letters of War Spartan mothers of old, who, when their sons went forth to battle for freedom and their native land, said to their sons: Either come home proudly bearing your shield before you, or upon it (Edwards 139). This statement is a quote from A drain Edwards to His Mother. This statement symbolizes the true meaning of the word patriotism. Patriotism is the action, practice or process of loving, supporting and defending ones country. As I have stated in the previous paragraph, that stateme...
  • Fight For Freedom Of Expression
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    One sentence that summarizes economics is, "there's no such thing as a free lunch". Sure, anyone can have a lunch and not pay for it, but it still is not free. Everything costs something to someone. Even if you don't pay for your lunch, someone will, whether it be your lunch partner, the restaurant manager, the owner, or the people who supply the raw materials to make that food. Everything acquired by a person or a community is accompanied by a price, monetary or not. Jaime Fox said, "Ain't noth...
  • Gladiator School
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    Spartacus The story traces the rise and fall of the leader of the revolt, Spartacus, played by Kirk Douglas. He is rescued from working in a brutally run Libyan mine to be trained as a gladiator by Lentulus Batiatus. The gladiator school is tough but fair - the men are taught to fight, but in the interests of morale as well as profit they are not allowed to kill. As a reward for their hard work, they are sometimes even allowed access to a woman. This is how Spartacus meets Varinia. He treats her...
  • Soldiers In The Battle At Gettysburg
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    For Another Man's Freedom " All men are created equal', but the men this is pertaining to are not the men losing blood in this battle at Gettysburg. The men losing their lives in this war are men fighting for what they believe in, for the benefit of their suggested equals. Stepping forward, and then looking back; these memories, and the impact these memories have, are not and will never be forgotten. The blood which was shed in this great battle at Gettysburg could never be forgotten. The blood ...
  • Alfred's Character
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    Enviornment Shapes Character A person's isn't just the concrete things around them. Someone's is the physical and mental conditions that surround them. The that someone is exposed to shape and defines his / her character. Alfred Brooks, in The Contender by Robert Lipsyte is greatly shaped and defined by his. From the neighborhood he lives in to the friendships he has and breaks, it all effects how he is. Alfred lives in a bad part of New York, Harlem. There is drugs and crime everywhere. Alfred'...
  • Fight Promoter His Life
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    Tex Rickard: the story of his life. The man who was known as Tex Rickard, was born on Jan 2, 1870 with the George Lewis Rickard. He led a life of different jobs, I guess you could say he was a jack of all trades. His life, or the part of it that dealt with the gold rush, was what I would say as, short lived. After raising cattle in Texas, and ruling a little town as the town marshal he decided to move on to something different. He moved to a small city in Nevada called Goldfield. Goldfield was a...
  • John McCain Breaks Up A Fight
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    Ultimate fighting is one of the most brutal and barbaric sports ever to be seen on television. Ultimate fighting is a no-rules fighting competition, designed to provide violent entertainment for its viewers. In this competition a fighter is allowed to punch, kick, and choke his opponent to win a fight. Ultimate fighting first came to the United States in 1993 when SEG began promoting it as, 'The Ultimate Fighting Championship. ' ; Ultimate fighting is an unsafe sport and people should not be per...
  • Vietnam And Communism Fighting The Vietnam War
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    Fighting Vietnam and Communism Fighting the Vietnam War dramatically changed the lives of everyone even remotely involved, especially the brave individuals actually fighting amidst the terror. One of the first things concerned when reading these war stories was the detail given in each case. Quotes and other specific pieces of information are given in each occurrence yet these stories were collected in 1981, over ten years following the brutal war. This definitely shows the magnitude of the war'...
  • Every Material Advantage Of The North
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    The Civil War On paper the North was far stronger than the South. It had two and a half times as many people, and it possessed far more ships, miles of railroad, and manufacturing enterprises. Southerners, however, had the advantage of fighting on home ground with better military leadership. But Union superiority in manpower was not so great as the gross figures suggest. Half a million people scattered from Dakota to California, could make no substantial contribution to Union strength. And every...
  • Second Great War
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    American intervention in Vietnam began with a generation of boys born to the veterans of the second World War. Boys who lived in the afterglow and dreamed of the glory. Patriotism was thick in a country who came out of the second great war stronger than it had entered. We were unbeatable. America had survived to continue its fight against injustice and for liberty. The new fight was against communism. The war might never have taken place had the United States aided Ho Chi Minh in the fight to li...
  • Back Dont
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    Wear It On The Sleeve its a break in the chain that stops you from aching and if you knew then what you now know there would be nothing you would have needed to defend open mouth, close your eyes, say the words you have to, you have to... upfront about feeling down but frowning is legalized die trying for a cause that you have put on pause dont jeopardise what you believe in for the sake of a phone call and feeling tears stream down your naked flesh... shes a winner with sinning and forgiving is...
  • Charles De Gaulle And His French Forces
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    Charles de Gaulle's Free French Movement in 1941 was the leading reason that the Nazis did not over-take Paris during World War II. De Gaulle's courage and patriotism made him the leader of the resistance. At the end of the war, he was honored by General Eisenhower for liberating the official city. On June 18, 1940, soon after he fled France, Charles de Gaulle spoke to the French people from London on BBC radio. Although the British cabinet tried to block his speech, Winston Churchill over ruled...
  • Carter Socks Lee In The Face
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    "Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker: The 20th Century Duo" Laurel and Hardy. Abbot and Costello. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker? Chan and Tucker in no way can be placed in a category of these comedy legend duos. However, the duos can be compared. Law enforcement to Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker is like moving a piano up a flight of stairs to Laurel and Hardy. A given task can go wrong in so many ways and as a result leads to a laugh. As for the film industry of the 20th Century, Chan and Tucker are recog...
  • Known For Baseball And Jack Dempsey
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    There were many people that people may say could bet the person of the decade, one of them would be Jack Dempsey. As shown above, Jack Dempsey's real is William Harrison Dempsey. He was born in 1896 to Harum Dempsey in Manassa, Colorado. His father was a poor timber man and a miner so it was rough for Jack when he was growing up. When Jack was just a mere sixteen years old, he had become homeless. But in a matter of a year, he pursued his dream of being a boxer. He became extremely good and beca...
  • Fighting Tactic
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    Some Alienating Practices "This is to much see you later I'll be back some other time! !' This is a classic signature of a fight tactic known as fight evading. Fight tactics are designed to create distance between the feuding couple. While many may think that this is helping the situation in reality it is making it worse. Other fight evading tactics used by many especially conflict-habituated couples are: Leaving the house or the scene when a fight threatens Turning sullen and refusing to argue ...

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