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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...
  • Food Before The Plague
    942 words
    The Bubonic Plague, was a natural form of population control. Before the plague, life in Europe was getting worse by the day. Europe was severely overpopulated and in a great economic depression. Most of the land that could be farmed on had been abused. This made it difficult to grow food. Overpopulation is the condition of having a population so dense as to cause environmental deterioration, and an impaired quality of life. There was a great rift between the social classes. The poor were treate...
  • Secluded Suburban Areas
    560 words
    Suburban Living vs. Urban Living In the early nineteenth century, during the Industrial Revolution, Americans gradually began selling their farms and trading the common suburban life with the adventurous fast-pace urban life. Today the majority of the American population chooses to dwell in cities, towns or suburbs; however, there are still many families living the country lifestyle. What influences an individual to select one way of living over another The area in which one's home is located ha...
  • People In Society
    504 words
    The Broken Fountain This story told about a man who travels to Naples, Italy. It is a first person narrative, almost like a diary of the person's life in Italy. He was looking for a new society, and the reason for his travels is because he feels he should see how the people from that specific society live. He did not know anyone, or have anyone with him, nor did he speak the language. He doesn't know where anything is or about the complicated customs. Even though in the beginning he didn't under...
  • People In The Cities
    386 words
    Medieval towns were very small, leaving very little room for expanding, therefore the roads, and the houses were very small. Since the houses were made out of wood and were so close together the risk of a big fire was great because the fires were always in the house. Even though the town was built so close together that wasn't the worst part. Since the people back then had not come out with water and sewage systems, people threw out all their waste into the middle of the street where other peopl...
  • Lives Of Many Innocent People
    889 words
    The deterioration of Salem's social structure precipitated the murders of many innocent people. Arthur Miller's depiction of the Salem witch trials, The Crucible, deals with a community that starts out looking like it is tightly knit and church loving. It turns out that once Tit uba starts pointing her finger at the witches, the community starts pointing their fingers at each other. Hysteria and hidden agendas breakdown the social structure and then everyone must protect themselves from the peop...
  • Their Lives
    293 words
    The Minutemen and Their World. By Robert A. Gross. (New York: Hill and Wang, 1976.) To an outsider, the city of Concord is a small community that is not a fast paced place of living. It a place where average people with average jobs make a way of living for themselves. This is why many do not view Concord as a significant town. Robert Gross points out how the people of this town made an important impact in the American Revolution. He researched the lives of individuals and got a feel for who the...
  • Their Living Habit
    379 words
    LPI: Wrote am essay in which you identify something you do that irritates someone you live with, and something that someone you live with does that irritates you. By: Nancy Sun Different people have different living styles and these habits can irritate one another when two people live together. I have lived with different family members in the past few years. I find out two actions irritate me when I live with people: throw away other people's belonging, and use other people's material without a...
  • Physical Health Of Imprisoned People
    472 words
    For many ages freedom has been one of the main priorities in human life. People are determined to have freedom of spirit, religion, opinion, speech; they aspire to be free to decide where and with whom to live, where to work, what to wear, and how to live their lives in general. However, a lot of people are deprived of freedom one way or another, either they are physically imprisoned or influenced by circumstances and life situations. Physical imprisonment is one of the most devastating experien...
  • Just One Way
    840 words
    As part of the summer reading assignment this year, I read the book Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol. In this documentary-style book, he told about the horrible yet completely realistic conditions of the most poor, rundown neighborhoods and districts in New York City. Kozol wrote the book for the purpose of telling the stories of the children who lived in these parts of the city. He dedicated his work to those children and it was his goal to inform readers that slums were in fact in existence and...
  • Live In America
    402 words
    President Coolidge: Although some people believe that we, as a country, don't have enough room for all these hard working immigrants, there comes a time when we need to realize the real basis of this country. We are all immigrants, in our own way, some of us may have been born here, but we do not all come from here. We all have ancestors that come from somewhere in Europe, or somewhere else. No one is a natural citizen except perhaps the Native Americans. To not grant someone entrance into our g...
  • Day And Live Life
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    George Gray "George Gray" is a poem about a man who missed out on many of life's opportunities because he was so afraid of failure that he did not even try. He passed up love because he was afraid of being hurt, ambition because he dreaded all the changes that came with it and sorrow because he feared the pain. The poem begins with "George" staring at his own gravestone and realizing that there was nothing special to be said about him because he had done nothing with his life. He looked back on ...
  • Peoples Lives
    525 words
    Colombian Fear Have you ever lived through an earthquake Earthquakes are among the most destructive and powerful forces in nature (McNally 33). Just recently, people in Colombia lived and many died in an earthquake. This earthquake overwhelmed and literally shook up the people of Armenia. First, the unexpected earthquake shocked the people with its high magnitude. For example, authorities said, Mondays quake measuring 6.0 on the open-ended Richter scale, also destroyed buildings and triggered la...
  • Free From People
    480 words
    If human beings lived in a state of nature they would be free. Free from any form of government. Free from people telling them how to live and how to do their job. These people would have no boss or parents to deal with. Ideally this would be the kind of environment that people would like to live in. Most teenage kids would like the thought of running around not being told what to do. They wouldn t have to come in at a certain time, or eat their vegetables. I think that some adults would like th...
  • Frontier People
    711 words
    Living on the frontier was not only hard, but also very difficult at times. The way of life was spent everyday dealing with factors that caused people to have to fight hard to live on. People who lived back then had to be outgoing if they wanted to survive. The technology we have now would have been very helpful back the. But sine they didn't, they had to deal with everything in their own way. Life was very hard to live, and if you wanted to make it, you had to try. To be noble is what people ne...
  • Western Countries Setting Priorities On Personal Freedom
    652 words
    Both the development of technological tools and the uses to which humanity has put them have created modern civilizations in which loneliness is ever increasing. Humans during their history have always been social animals - in order to survive they lived in groups and for a long time it was an economical necessity. Today technological development made it possible for many people to live alone. More and more people in developed countries are choosing personal freedom and put their personal intere...
  • Environment To People
    637 words
    While family, friends, teachers or celebrities may have great impact on the development of people's personalities and attitudes, they are not the only factors. Some other factors such as individual experience, reading and the environment they lives in, also affect the shaping of people. So I agree that it is the whole society that defines us and our attitudes, not only a few people. During one's growing period, he might meet some specific people that become his role models. These role models as ...
  • Poor People Live On The Streets
    453 words
    There are so many reasons in the world which make people become criminals. For example education, friends, background or family. The most important question is why people commit crimes? I think the most important factor is the living conditions in life. Sometimes the Money people earn is not enough to live for them. Wealthy people have everything while poor people live on the streets. Sometimes they can't buy a loaf of bread to eat. So the only alternative is to steal Money or something to live....
  • Being Alone With Feeling
    457 words
    "Loneliness adds beauty to life. It puts a special burn on sunsets and makes night air smell better" says by Henry Rollins. Most people, however, are terrified of living alone. They are used to living with others - children with parents, roommates with roommates, friends with friends, and husbands with wives. But I think everyone needs to know how to live along because in our life circumstances often force people to live alone. For example, many high school and college graduates move away from t...
  • Lives Of Many People
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    Mr. Life Expectancy Michael Gaffney Mr. Morrissey 7th Hour English November 5, 2000 Life Expectancy Research and biology will be the most important factors that determine how long people will be expected to live. With all the research and technology starting to prevail people in the future will live longer and healthier lives. There are many centenary-ans in the world now, that number will continue to rise rapidly in the next 20 years. The longest-lived human on record was 122 years 5 months and...

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