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  • Rebeckas Place Mrs Danvers
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    Rebecka 1) Is 'Rebecka' a suitable name of the the book? Why? /Why not? Another name? Why is it called Rebecka? Yes, I think it's the perfect name of the book since everything, every subject is circulating around her. Her name characterizes the book so well. Rebecka doesn't leave too much of a space for other things in the book, even though she's dead. 2) What does people think about Rebecka? Does everybody like her? How was she really like? Friends, servants, strangers, they all adored her. She...
  • Every Moment And Live Life
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    Traumatic events come in many different ways at many different times of ones life. Mine came on the school bus while I was on my way home from school. The bus had stopped to let a couple kids off and I stood up to throw some trash away. I stood up we were rear ended by a young lady who had been trying to get a bee out of the car and not realized the bus had stopped. I was standing up and the impact caused me to bang into the seat in front of me and the one behind me. I didn't realize what had ha...
  • Day In The Mountains Of Kurdistan
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    Kiss the Dust Kiss the dust by Elizabeth Laird is a story about a young Kurdistan girl names Tara. Her life is challenged by having to escape from Baghdad, because her father is a member of the Push Mur gas. She has to move from Baghdad to the mountains of Iran. Tara has to adapt to her new surroundings and struggles to survive through each day. Tara is forced to adapt to her new surroundings when her family flees to the mountains of Kurdistan. Following there escape to the mountains, Tara has t...
  • Way Of The Samoans
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    In the beginning, before the Samoans were located by the settlers, They had believed in their own God and they had their own way of life. The Samoans believed in Tagalog Lagi as their God and that they were confident that he would show them the way one day. American Samoa was one of them islands not settled. Before, they were nomads and travelers of the South Pacific. The life of a Samoan is believed to be unique because of their way of life. The Samoans were taught from child to grown up how to...
  • Rebellious To The Italian Way Of Life
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    Jossie's intelligence and confidence are two unique qualities portrayed in this young girl, struggling with her identity. She is a remarkably young person posse sing a quick temper. She is a confused girl searching to find where she belongs in the two different cultures. These cultures, being australian and italian, are very demanding on such a young girl, having to mould herself for each and find an equilibrium of both. She has major difficulties coping with the harsh reality of prejudice and t...
  • Polluted Way Of Life
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    Most miners of the Amazon lead a very polluted way of life. They pollute the environment they live in and they pollute themselves. The, ' as the miners are called in Brazil are independent farmers of the gold that flows beneath the rivers of the Amazon rain-forest. Their daily routine of early mornings, long hard days, and late nights drinking and taking cocaine contribute to their way of life. Their only goal in life is to drill for the gold dust which seems to collect at the bottoms of waterfa...
  • Indians Of The Americas
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    Spanish Conquistadors: Heroes or Murderers 'The Indians in the first fatal decades of the white man in America we reconquered because they could not conceive what it was that the white man was after, and what manner of man he was. ' (The Indians of the Americas, p 97) This misconception, was that the Indians could not imagine was that the Spanish Conquistadors would come to the Americas and brutally murder men women and children in the name of a god. They could not see how a group of people coul...
  • Sign Of The Philosophical Mind
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    Astrology Astrology is the science of certain cryptic relations between the celestial bodies and terrestrial life. It is considered an art and a practical science. It lays no claim to be what used to be called an exact science, but studies certain predispositions or tendencies in human life, which are sometimes indicated so clearly that they become virtual certainties. The possible uses of astrology are endless and may be used to a variety of means. Since the days of the Chaldeans, it was known ...
  • Lysistrata
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    Letter on Lysistrata: A Plea For Equality Dear friend, The first thing that I noticed, which you might notice also, when I started reading Lysistrata was the very informal style of writing. The second thing I noticed was the strong presence of female authority rivaling against the age old male chauvinism of most of the early cultures including the Greeks. Even though the Greeks did acknowledge the women in society more than, for example, the Romans, the Greek society was still on the large part ...
  • White Man's Ways
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    Taking a glimpse into the lives of natives from the Ibo society in Africa, including villages such as Umuofia, the high regard which is held for traditions is quite evident. It was a way of life. Religion was something that was taken very seriously, regarded as sacred; it helped define many of their customs. These customs were undoubtedly understood throughout the village, and followed without question. With this kind of structured society the specific outcome for any turn of events was made cle...
  • Traditional And Modern Way Of Life
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    The old-traditional way of life has vanished for ever. Today only villages and some small towns remind us of this kind of life, and as time passes, more people choose to abandon traditional way of life, to move to the "big city". Modern way of life has nothing in common with the traditional one. Human habits, values, norms have changed. The most important of these social changes can be observed in human relationships, family economy, education, government, health, and religion. To be able to exa...
  • Hetty Questions Bumppo
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    The Hutter Sisters in The Deerslayer The two Hutter sisters, in Cooper's The Deerslayer, are complements of each other. The two women differ in ideals and intellect. Judith, the more beautiful daughter, starts the novel with a promiscuous reputation, changes her immoral ways, and in the end returns to her life with men. Her motive to become a better Christian is her love for the Natty Bumppo. Judith is willing to change her ways in order to gain the love of Bumppo. He does not return her love, w...
  • Bigger And Better Place
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    Q 1. In literature, as in life, a character may search for a better way of life. Show how two characters from A Raisin in the Sun are searching for a better way of life. Explain what each character is hoping to gain through this search and discuss the ways in which each character attempts to bring about a change in his or her life. A 1. Two characters in A Raisin in the Sun that are searching for a better life are Beneatha and Walter. Beneatha isnt really sure what she wants to do. Shes tried ma...
  • Care As Violet She
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    As Violet bathed, she paid special attention to her tattoos, each one reminding her of a unique event in her life, like an epidermal scrapbook: the rose on her bicep where she'd tattooed over Lenny's name, the serpent vining it's way around her ankle, the spider creeping up her right breast (so realistic that it sometimes startled her while dressing), the yin-yang on the back of her left hand (a vestige from her martial arts days) and, on her inner wrist, a crude cross with "FTW" (standing for "...
  • Helped Dr Yalom
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    Existential therapy through the eyes of Dr. Yalom is very fascinating. There is never a fixed life that each person is supposed to live. In his therapy the clients are allowed to find out for themselves what it is they need by receiving adequate questioning from Dr. Yalom. His questioning guides them down the existential path to freedom and responsibility. "If we affirm life and live in the present as fully as possible, however, we will not be obsessed with the end of life" (Corey p. 153). This ...
  • Cold War
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    Cold War Some say that it is useless to speak of world peace or world law or world disarmament - and that it will be useless until the leaders of the Soviet Union adopt a more enlightened attitude. I hope they do. I believe we can help them to do it. But I also believe that we must reexamine our own attitude - as individuals and as a Nation - for our attitude is as essential as theirs. And every graduate of this school, every thoughtful citizen who despairs of war and wishes to bring peace, shou...
  • Issue Of Bush
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    September 11 TH literally and figuratively shattered America's veneer of invincibility, both at home and abroad. Besides the psychological shock, 911 had profound economic effects on America. The stock market, already reeling, crashed. The U.S. economy plunged deeper into a recession. Unemployment rose and stubbornly refused to come down. According to The Economist Newspaper "While diplomatic wrangles absorb world leaders at the UN, Iraqis have been formulating new ways to jump start their shatt...

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