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  • The Scholarship Jacket Conflict
    311 words
    The setting takes place in a small Texas school. "The small Texas school that I went to... ". Martha lives on a farm in a small village with her grandparents. "The dirt road was a quarter mile from the highway... ". .".. walking between the rows... bent over the little plants, hoe in hand... cool breeze blowing and a sweet smell of mesquite fruit in the air... ". The story is told by Martha, who is also the main character. We know her thoughts and feelings. We can tell what she is thinking by he...
  • Dostoevsky's Alexei
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    With Which Literary Character Do You Most Readily Identify? Why? : Alexei in Dostoevsky's 'The Gambler' The literary character that I most readily identify with would be Dostoevsky's Alexei, The Gambler. I can relate to him because like me, he is a man of many passions. He is also all but helpless against his addiction to gambling. I have also felt helpless to certain circumstances in my life, a shave we all. He is capable of much more than what his society allows him to be. That is to say he ma...
  • Our Minds Move
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    Unbroken I wouldn't know how to describe a painting or a sonata, but I can tell someone how I feel, though they rarely know what I mean. Words fail me often, but nobody notices. They aren't listening anyway. One person knows me. When talk to him I feel like a knife in a drawer, because my words have power. The possible damage would be irreparable. He and I are like a house falling apart. Our sidewalk is askew and our mailbox is missing. It is painted pink and yellow. We love it, it's unique. Las...
  • Feeling Of Being
    802 words
    This piece is nothing but the contents of my brain. It is the regurgitation of the thoughts and philosophies that have gathered dust in my mind through the months I've been idle. This whole thought process was ignited by a "d'ej'a vu" that occurred Saturday the 9th. Years ago I would attend parties and, instead of gargling down mass amounts of alcohol or dabbling in illegal substances, I observed and analyzed the people around me. Doing this gave me a deeper understanding of myself and I was a b...
  • My Strong Feelings Of Love
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    I want to capture and preserve our first meeting together in a bottle of love. The first time I saw you it was like standing next to a waterfall with beautiful shades of color. Your face was glowing as your eyes and smile showed words of love. ' I knew I loved you before I met you. ' I felt as if seeing you for the first time were to see the beauty first hand, to be able to touch you and allow these tingling feelings to release. Before we met in person I knew that my love for you was deeper than...
  • Symptoms Of Survivor Guilt
    672 words
    Why Them, Not Me When someone close to you has been murdered. It is an understatement to say that your life has been changed. The pain and anger of thinking that it should have of been you in that car accident or whatever may drive you to almost the brink of insanity. People who feel this way may be suffering from survivor guilt. There is no real cure for this, people may only be able to "manage their grief". Not to long ago, there was something that was one of the world's most devastating and t...
  • Rachel
    383 words
    The author Sandra Cisneros, captures the innocence and insecurity of a teennageer named Rachel, that experiences a mixed of emotions during scholl when she calls girls in her class 'stupid". The diction as we can see is very normal for the audience to understand, because the main character is only eleven years old. The content of the essay is composed of simple language that characterized Rachel, as a normal teenager that is going through transitions by growing up. One of the major reasons for e...
  • Father's Day
    344 words
    SPH 109: Interpersonal Communication Perception Checking Assignment A). Describe the assumption you made about this person's thoughts or feelings. My wife zina is not only the love of my life, but also my best friend. On father's day this year, I expected to get if not a wonderful gift, I will at least get a telephone call from her because I was attending a cultural convention in Atlanta Georgia on that weekend. Unfortunately, neither did I get the call or the gift. Her action led me to believe ...
  • Certain Medicines
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    Depression Depression, it is defined by Webster's Unabridged Edition Dictionary as: in psychology, an emotional condition, either normal or pathological, characterized by discouragement, a feeling of inadequacy, etc. Also as being gloomy; dejected; sad. Depression is the most treatable mental illness, yet the twenty- four million people caught in it's downward spiral each year may feel so isolated that they never seek help. But life can be joyous again, as those who have been fully treated know....
  • Very Intensity Of Our Feeling Of Love
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    Many of today's relationships foil because of the lack of trust in one another. There are many different scenarios, which lead to relationships ending because of distrust. Psychologist, "Karen Horney", wrote an article titled "Distrust Between the Sexes", and in this article she attempted to explain the problems in the relationship between women and men. She wrote that to understand the problem you must first understand that problems stem from a common background. (p. 338) Early in "Horney's" ar...
  • Dreadful Thoughts And Feelings
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    1949. With the cloud of fog covering me, I was walking into the unknown. Each step I took, a well-formed drop of sweat dripped from the tip of my nose. With the fear of hearing the click that ignite mines, I tip-toped over the wet muddy ground slowly. Every movement I made created a tingle in my body, especially when the very tip of my old boot felt the mud. As I was lost in the fog, there was no help that could be reached. When I tried so hard to see penetrate the fog, I saw an angel. I thought...
  • Central Idea Behind Imperialism And The Thoughts
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    J. A Hobson, a very influential publicist with outlandish but brilliant thoughts, had a tremendous impact on both his time period and future posterity on the subject of Imperialism. However, just like any famous subject or discussion, there are those that rebuttal ones thoughts or feelings. Many scholars, statesmen, and government officials had their own feelings on Imperialism, which are stated in the documents given. These individuals state their attitudes to the answer of the question, "What ...
  • Communicating Through Writing Struggles
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    Struggles with Communicating Through Writing Struggles are a part if everyday life for most everyone. People have problems doing all sorts of things, such as physical labor or working a math problem, but, in reality, a seemingly easy task, communication, may be the most common struggle people face. The communication of a point, emotion, feeling, thought, or idea, I believe, is what the majority of people grapple with most in their lives. The struggle comes partially in trying to get others to un...
  • Perfect Bowl
    765 words
    The bowl in "Janus" symbolizes many thoughts and feelings that Andrea has about her life. The bowl seems to be the main character in some senses in this story. The reader is told in the opening sentence "The bowl was perfect" (205). This is a good beginning to the story because Andrea believes this to be true because it represents feelings she has about many things. Andrea, a real estate agent, uses her bowl to help sell houses by placing it on a table for potential buyers to look at. She believ...
  • Betty Frieden
    407 words
    James West Davidson and Mark Hamilton Lytles' "From Rosie to Lucy" is a piece written to show the feminine viewpoint regarding women's role in life after World War II. Thought I feel that equality is an important issue, I also feel that Betty Frieden and other feminists may have been a bit neurotic about pointing out blame. During World World I while the men were away fighting for the United States, women were forced to take a stand in the working world. After the world, women more-or-less went ...
  • Individual Member Of Alcott's Family
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    In the nineteenth century, women were given few rights. They were looked down on upon men and were expected to be feminine. It is hard to understand a woman's point of view unless they are the women themselves. It was rare for a woman to "express their feelings and their spiritual and inner thoughts more fully than they would today (Harris and Fitzgerald, 23)". Each woman goes through a series of phases in which men never have to be tormented by or suffer through. Louisa May Alcott draws from he...

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