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  • Socio-Economic Ladder

    Throughout My position of the debate, is climbing social-economic Ladder still attainable; I felt I was very strong in my argument. The reason for this was based on my research and also my strong rebuttals. I felt that I made strong domineer to my opponent. In doing my research for the paper it starts out to be positive. At the beginning of debate topic, my partner and I made a decision to do the negative side of the argument. Therefore, I started researching the reasons why the socio-economic ladder was not possible to climb. My research was very straightforward because of the topic. There were many claims I could have chosen from, but I decided to stick with two. The claims I was going to use for the topic were racial inequity and college debt. These claims I had pick were top main focuses that were strong enough to win the debate. During my research process, I explored many different websites that made my topic more. I used websites like Huffington post, CNN, and Brooking to all help me find more evidence about the negative side of the topic. The website that seemed the most useful was Brooking. In this website, it helped me understand the racial equality and college debt. They explored the many reasoning why a student of color has a trouble climbing the ladder. They explained that because of the different circumstances of poverty, community income, and violence African-American would always be stuck at the bottom of the ladder. In continuing research we had a minor…

    Words: 705 - Pages: 3
  • Relationships In Ayn Rand's Anthem

    In the book, Anthem, by Ayn Rand, one of the main themes revolves around relationships. The relationship between Equality and the Golden One is very special because in their society they are not allowed to talk to the opposite gender, let alone look at one another, but they feel a connection so strong they try making it work. Equality knows how special the Golden One is and tries to forget about her, but he knows he can’t and needs her in his life. Throughout the course of the text, the theme of…

    Words: 936 - Pages: 4
  • Personal Narrative: How Moving Changed My Life

    It was the repetitive cycle that I certainly started to notice. Coming home day after day packing boxes for the big. After a few were packed I stored them in the moving container. It was so repetitive I got to the point where some days I just didn’t know what to put in the boxes anymore. At this point I just stuffed them full and got on with my night. For me, one thing that I saw that made a big difference in my life was when I moved. Prior to moving I was living in a nice house, in a small and…

    Words: 1251 - Pages: 6
  • Analysis Of The Ghost Of My Lost Lenore

    The Ghost of My Lost Lenore It was a bitter and gloomy midnight, as I was thinking of the death of my lost Lenore. As I was nearly dozing off, I heard a beating on my mansion door. Then, vibrantly remembered that it was the bleakest time in December. Greatly, I mourned the loss of my love, Lenore. I sought for the morrow, which had never come so slowly. As the chandelier swayed side to side, my fear drew stronger. I began to speak to myself. I spoke, “Someone is knocking on my door! Who is it…

    Words: 791 - Pages: 4
  • Compare And Contrast Self Rule And Independence Descartes

    Self-rule and independence may seem quite similar, or even the same, at first glance; however, I believe them to be two different things. With the support of Descartes’ Discourse on Method, it is evident that Descartes also agrees that self-rule and independence are quite different: one implies ignorance, while the other implies a knowledge and understanding of principles. I believe that Descartes agrees with the argument that independence implies ignorance and self-rule is knowing certain…

    Words: 1504 - Pages: 7
  • Deborah Tannen's Argument Cluture

    The two articles Agonism in the Acadamy Suriving Higher Learning’s Argument Cluture by Deborah Tannen and The Better for My Foes The role of Opposition by Elouise Bell are both well writien articles. They both have very diffrent views but at the same time have some similaritys. One thing that I noticed when reading that they both talk about heated debate/ agurmnet. When i see those two words togther i think they are similar, as they both result insomething that you are talking about with…

    Words: 701 - Pages: 3
  • Office At Night By Edward Hopper Symbolism

    Edward Hoppers paintings always tell a story. ‘Office at night’ is no different. In the painting created in 1940, Edward Hopper leaves the viewer wondering what truly is going on in the somewhat mysterious situation. While some might only see two people having a regular night in the office, the many clues given in the painting leaves one’s mind wondering – is there something immoral going on? The open window, mysterious lighting, and the facial expressions of both individuals suggest a deeper…

    Words: 702 - Pages: 3
  • Symbolism In Their Eyes Were Watching God By Zora Neale Hurston

    ‘Things are easier said than done’ is an extremely cliche term that could not hold more symbolism in the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. The novel follows the journey of Janie through her various struggles and relationships. Janie, although highly obsessed with falling in love, is an individualist who is not afraid of showing the world who she really is. Throughout Their Eyes Are Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston creates an enriched and in depth story of a great, strong woman who is able to…

    Words: 1322 - Pages: 5
  • The Real World In Annie Dillard's An American Childhood

    Awakening into the reality that is “the real world” can be rough and turbulent. Adolescents go through significant phases in their journey of figuring out who they are and how they fit into the fabric of everyday life. The first one being the naive phase; this is where we believe we know everything there is to know. This is the stagnant phase where we cannot see change and think about forever in the most literal sense. Second is the turbulent phase; where we find ourselves rebelling to anything…

    Words: 854 - Pages: 4
  • Personal Narrative: The Hunted

    The Hunted I didn’t know who I was. I woke up next to a bunch of muddy kids. They all smelled like they haven't showered in weeks. There was two twins, a chubby kid, and probably the skinniest kid I’ve ever seen. Then I realized I smelled just like them. The chubby one woke up startled just as I had. He was confused. He saw me and stared. After a while of his staring my attitude kicked in and I asked “ Can I help you?” He kept staring then soon whispered “Jack. “ I was confused. I looked…

    Words: 949 - Pages: 4
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