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  • Living Situation
    637 words
    Describe a time when you lived with others (outside of your family). Describe your role in that living situation. What do you know about yourself and how you relate to others in groups? Honestly, living here in the dorms at Santa Clara is my first time actually living with people outside of my family. I was a little hesitant at first too, because it meant that I had to step outside the comfort of my family who accept me regardless and enter into a whole new world I was completely unfamiliar with...
  • Dramatic Unfolding Of Emotions
    208 words
    Wuthering Heights is a book full of passion and wicked ry. Both the setting, a cold and windblown moorland, and the characters bespeak of a multitude of oncoming emotions that will no doubt surround the fit full love affair of one Cathrine Linton and Heathcliff. Indeed, one almost forgets that it's a book that is being read and not a dramatic unfolding of emotions before your very eyes! Indeed, one almost forgets that it's a book that is being read and not a dramatic unfolding of emotions before...
  • Lucy's Situation
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    Paper #2 Lamott's statement about acceptance provides the writers with an understanding of being able to acknowledge who they are in the inside, as well an understanding how society views them on the outside. The experiences of Walker, Grealy, and Daum all relate strongly to Lamotts statement about surrendering to one's situation. Walker, Grealy, and Daum all encountered uncomfortable situations, which in the end, all had to learn to live with and overcome their insecurities. Alice Walker grew u...
  • Maureen Unlike Her Husband Bam
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    In Julys People, Nadine Gordimer gives a very detailed and knowledgeable explanation of the political turmoil within South Africa. By expressing the emotions of a family involved in the deteriorating situation and the misunderstandings between blacks and whites, she adds a very personal and emotional touch, which allows the reader to understand the true horror and terror these people experienced. Gordimer writes of how the Smales family reacts, survives, and adjusts to this life altering experie...
  • Voicemail Our District Manager
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    Assignment #2 The Hayakawa family had a son named Mark, who was diagnosed with Down's syndrome. The family wanted to keep the child but were discouraged and advised not to by doctors. They felt differently about the situation. They felt their child lived on love, which was something they knew they could provide a great deal of. The family was not confident in the experts' views because they seemed to have a lack of knowledge on the subject and it seemed as though they cared less then they knew a...
  • Important To Vanka
    337 words
    Kara Howland October 10, 2002 M, R, F-10 am " VANKA " After reading the story entitled Vanka I was both amused and saddened. Vanka was a poor orphan child who was obviously quite desperate due to the miserable conditions of his life. The child Vanka is reaching out in desperation to his grandfather much like any individual might reach out to a higher authority that he or she believes in with great faith and hope. As is often the case in seemingly hopeless situations, people will promise things t...
  • Situations A Person
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    "People's attitudes are determined more by their immediate situation or surroundings than by any internal characteristic". The topic discusses a very common discussion point in our daily lives. Is it the internal characteristics of a person or the situation he finds himself in, the determining factor in his behavior. The fact that the situations a person finds himself in do play a major role in the shaping up of his behavior, cannot be denied out rightly. There are different things that come wit...

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