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  • Their Lives
    343 words
    America. This word makes hearts of millions people around the world beats faster. This is the country that all people dreaming about and someone even trying to get into. It has been established that the luckiest people, the once that made to the United States. Nevertheless the people who emigrated to US are not that happy after all. Not because the US does not satisfy their believes of living, but because those immigrants left behind their 'world', and were transferred into the country which mad...
  • Past And The Future
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    Some people claim that the living in the present can actually cause more harm than good. They say that in order to lead a productive and profitable life, one must study both the past and the future, the present is only a stepping stone. I think that this is quite the opposite. The past must be learned from, the future must be looked at, but the present is where things happen, where a person can make things happen. In each persons time, he has the chance to make a mark upon the world. Each person...
  • Our Lives
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    Drive-by Shootings at Walden Pond In Walden, Henry David Thoreau said, "I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, then I came to die, discover that I had not live". Perhaps the last part of that statement is the most difficult aspect of our lives. A plethora of philosophers and everyday people alike have maintained that you should live your life as if it were your last day. Few,...
  • Difference In The Lives Of The Future
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    "Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not back again. Wisely improve the present. It is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future, without fear, and with a manly heart". This is a saying Longfellow read in Germany where his wife died. The words gave him hope for the future. It inspired him to want to write a series of psalms. The first one, "A Psalm of Life" written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, is an uplifting poem that compels us to feel hope for the future. After reading it the first...
  • Christina 1984 By George Orwell
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    Christina 1984 by George Orwell consists of different tones including fear and happiness or contentment. Book One, Chapter One aids in showing the author's fear of what the future holds for mankind. The characters in Orwell's novel live in fear of the Party. The Thought Police are constantly watching the moves of every person. In fact, the people are sometimes living in 'sheer panic' (11). Orwell shows what the future may hold by using the phrases, 'The Police Patrol, snooping into people's wind...
  • Bell Heightens The Image Of Mary Being
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    "Progress" is a continuously operating process, one that occurs without us even recognizing it, that is until we become one of its victims. Progress claims its victims and creates its winners and losers while the people who are destroyed by it are forgotten. In his 1941 novel Out of this Furnace, Thomas Bell brings us one step closer to understanding the lives that were sacrificed in the name of progress. It is a story of immigrants coming to the United States in pursuit of the American Dream, o...
  • Division Between The Classes Below Ground
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    There are three working theories the Time Traveler developed upon his visit to the distant future. The first is the laziness of what human-kind has become. The second is the division between the classes, below ground and above it. The third is based on how human evolution had gone back to its starting point. The glorification of technology is not the answer to the utopian life we all seek. The first theory of the laziness of human-kind is unfolding today. We grow more and more dependant upon mac...
  • Odysseus And Aeneis Fates
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    Destiny plays a crucial and ultimate part in the texts we have read thus far. It is none more apparent however than in The Odyssey and The Aeneid. The destiny of the two great heroes Odysseus and Aeneis is at times so obvious it spoils the readers excitement, but on the other hand is so necessary that the epics' credibility would crumble with the sheer omit tance of such an element. Odysseus' and Aeneis' fates are predetermined from the first page of the their respective epics and continue to st...

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