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  • Jason Holihansenior Class Poem
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    The Road of Life Today we pause, to look into our pastas well as our future. We remember when we were young, starting our trek down the Road of Life. The first place on this long and winding road was the Meadow of Childhood. This is where we met many new people and formed numerous friendships; most of which still exist today. However, we were unable to stay here, and so continued on our journey through the doors of Quabbin Regional, becoming some of the mightiest Panthers in all the land. Steppi...
  • Enclosed Space Of The Soul's House
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    Anthony Hecht This poem is not usually conceived of as a riddle, but rather as a description of those instinctive preferences and choices, those defiantly non rational elections and allegiances, like love, that we all make, without regard to personal advantage, to rank or to estate. To the degree that the poem has been construed as a private and guarded revelation of the poet's emotional life, and to some circumstantial events in it, there is a dispute about whether the choice of "one" means som...
  • Words Of Maya Angelou
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    Maya Angelou was raised in segregated rural Arkansas. She is a poet, historian, author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director. She lectures throughout the United States and abroad and is Reynolds professor of American Studies at Wake Forest University in North Carolina since 1981. She has published ten best selling books and numerous magazine articles earning her Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award nominations. At the request of President Clinton, she wrote and del...
  • Perch Above The Man's Chamber Door
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    The Raven Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven is a fabulous poem that is looked at by numerous students each year. This poem is a dark poem that has a sad tone to it. A man is nearly napping (l. 3) in his chamber when he hears a knock on his door. Instantly he believes it possibly could be his dead wife, which somehow came back from the dead. However, when he opens the door he only sees is Darkness (l. 24). Then a tapping (l. 32) at his window draws him over to it. When he opens the window a stately rav...
  • Changed World Outside The Door
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    A pun is used in the headline, "Why Hillary stands by her mandate" A large image is used of Hillary being photographed and watched by a large crowd, she seems poised and relaxed in this otherwise intense situation The crowd all seem to want a piece of her as she has presence and power Emotive language is used to describe the trauma she went through in learning of her husband's (the president at the time) affair, such as 'gulping', 'crying' and 'screaming' Her critics think the book is all part o...
  • Combination Of Domestic And Military Objects
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    Alice Walker Question The selection from Alice Walker deals with the coming of civil rights and the different attitudes of the old and coming generations. Walker portrays the mother figure as supportive and tough; she fills both the masculine and feminine rolls, "With fists as well as / Hands. ' Images to emphasize the descriptions take up their own lines within the poem "Step,' "Hands,' "Doors,' "Shirts,' "Armies,' "Fields,' "Ditches,' "Desks,' and ending with "Themselves. ' This combination of...

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