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  • Artemio Cruz And His Son Lorenzo
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    An important theme in The Death of Artemio Cruz, by Carlos Fuentes, was the comparison of romanticism and survival. This is shown through two important characters: Artemio Cruz, and his son Lorenzo. A romantic (Lorenzo) is a being that has ideals and fights for them. They know their goals and try to achieve them, while survivors have an only goal of keeping themselves alive. The survivors live through their choices and the romantics die as heroes, but each one complements the missing half of the...
  • Opinions In Order For Society
    925 words
    It is said that writer's block is the inability to write because of a loss in creative thought about a given subject. It is entirely possible that this term can be attributed to other aspects of writing and life in general; it is this area I will explore. Virginia Woolf explains the angel in her house as the pure spirit that would come between her and her paper when writing reviews about men. ' You are writing about a book that has been written by a man. Be sympathetic, be tender, flatter, decei...
  • Ideals Of Philosophy
    386 words
    Philosophy has a strong influence on everyone's day-to-day life. We all enrich our lives by thinking about things with a substantial value. We use philosophy as a sort of roadmap to direct us through our lives. We, of course, take other things into consideration while we are going through our day, but philosophy is one of the more ample ones. Philosophy is, according to the dictionary, "Literally, the love of, including the search after, wisdom". This applies to my life, when I am in school and ...
  • Achievement
    355 words
    WHY ACHIEVEMENT MATTERS TO Met achieve is of great importance to me and is the driving force on my course to future success. If I am to become anything that utilizes my total capabilities then it is up to me to excel in any endeavor into which I choose to put my time and energy. Achievement gives me a feeling of euphoria and revitalizes me so that I am able to take on any obstacle that may hinder my progression to my ultimate potential. Achievement does not only produce high-quality persons but ...
  • Young Latinos And Hispanics
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    We The Americans... As inhabitants of the United States and the world, we the young hispanics, latinos, and chicano's of America need to take a stand against those who would rule this country with disregard for our development as an appreciated and respected culture. Our parents have fought their whole lives to give us what we need to survive, but now is our time to fight. Even today, in our nation that is so focused on 'equality' there is a silent prejudice that is tearing our country apart at ...
  • Living Orders Of Reptiles
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    Reptiles are vertebrate, or backboned animals constituting the class Reptilia and are characterized by a combination of features, none of which alone could separate all reptiles from all other animals. The characteristics of reptiles are numerous, therefore can not be explained in great detail in this report. In no special order, the characteristics of reptiles are: cold-blooded ness; the presence of lungs; direct development, without larval forms as in amphibians; a dry skin with scales but not...
  • Their Lives In Attempts
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    Henry David Thoreau decided at a relatively young age to use his life as an experiment in self-education. His optimistic views on life and his goal-oriented lifestyle is reflected in his writing. In Where I Lived, and What I Lived For, Thoreau writes about his appreciation for his tattered little abode, which was only a defense against the outer environmental elements. Though the wind blows through the house, he hears it as though it were a song from the gods on Olympus. He recognizes his misfor...
  • Raskolinkov A Superiority Complex Dostoevsky
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    Mid-nineteenth-century Russia is a mass of people and marked by political suppression. It is cursed with poor living conditions and immorality. The brutality of existence in the city of St. Petersburg is where we find those who wish to rise above the chaos and madness of the time. We find Rodin Raskolinkov, a poor university student who murders a pawnbroker in order to prove to himself that he is not subject to moral law. Raskolinkov, like most of our kind, is isolated from himself, others and f...

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