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  • Red River A Crown Colony
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    I sit here and I consider myself a young and developing Historian. I consider Frits Pannekoek and Irene M. Spry to be similar historians, yet with more knowledge, age, and experience. What I am sure does not differ between myself, these Authors and other related Historians, is a certain degree of ability to take a piece (s) of work and critically canalize it. I have done just that recently. I have taken the essays, The Flock Divided: Fractions and Feuds at Red river by Frits Pannekoek and The Me...
  • Small Town Known As Two Rivers
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    Two Rivers, Wisconsin By: Robert J. SchmidtForWisconsin History Monday & Wednesday 1: 10-2: 004/17/02 If one were to travel 36 miles Southeast of Green Bay they would run into a small town known as Two Rivers. Two rivers is located on the coast of Lake Michigan. Two Rivers is surrounded on three sides by the majestic Lake Michigan. Not far from Two Rivers is its sister city Manitowoc. French Canadians as well as the Chippewa Indians founded two Rivers. The Chippewa Indians called the area Neshot...
  • Nick
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    The themes of alienation and isolation go hand in hand with the role nature plays in Ernest Hemmingway's short story 'The Big Two-Hearted River. ' ; Nick Adams, whose life and personality parallels that of Hemmingway, constantly retreats to nature to find a quiet place of reflection and self-examination. These moments of isolation are those in which Hemmingway goes into immense detail to describe every action of Nick and the rare occasion of whoever may be with him. In 'The Big Two Hearted River...
  • Big Two Hearted River
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    Ernest Hemingway's "In Another Country" seems to have a very depressing tone. I think he chooses to write this way because this story is set in Italy during World War I and in this war, many lives were lost. Also, the main character is in a hospital where lots of people are dying and have died. It took me a while to realize what was going on because they were talking about sports and then there was a major and I thought that when you were talking about a major in the military it had to be capita...
  • Two Views Of The River
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    Mark Twain - Two Ways of Looking at a River 1. What two views of the river does Twain describe? That of a passenger and a pilot. Characterize each of these views: passenger - romance, pilot - realism 2. The point that Twain is trying to make about the two different ways he looked at the river is Thesis- His perception of the river before and after he became a riverboat pilot. He concludes by wondering if the same holds true for doctors. He seems to say that if we know too much, we cannot see the...

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