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    learn her place in the world and her relationship to those in her community. Princess Anna’s journey is considered as a quest for the search of her sanity and morality, this helps Anna understand the difference between good and evil, the power of true love and the search for the meaning of life. Throughout the movie, Princess Anna faces many challenging obstacles on her journey, which helps Princess Anna understand the difference between good and evil. In fantasy stories, a character is either…

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    “Love is the only thing that lets us see each other with the remotest accuracy,” was a quote stated by Martha Beck. This quote conveys that with love comes the ability to be able to truly know a person or object. The ability to do this comes with times of analyzation. For example, when you decide you truly love that outfit you wore you came to that conclusion by analyzing the texture, color, style and in general all of it; without these judgements you wouldn’t have been able to reach that…

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    Tattoos and love are considerably interconnected for how different they are. Tattoos are permanent and, typically, people willfully choose to inflict themselves with the pain. Love, on the other hand, is not permanent and it’s generally not something a person can simply choose to feel or not feel. The permanence of tattoos compared to love’s uncertainty has a great effect on the overall theme of Kim Addonizio’s “First Poem for You” and the relationship between the two ideas builds throughout the…

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    his real name is Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoulto, he was born in Chile July 12,1904 and he was dead in September 23,1973. This poem is originally Spanish and was translated by an W.S Merwin post in US. The theme of the poem is about losing the one he loved and talking about the past, and present like when he said “though nights like this one I held her in my arms”. This poem is considered as a type of a romantic genre other than all. He expressed his feeling by having a conflict between the mind…

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    Love is something that cannot be forced, something that cannot be forced. True love is not made by us, it is made by G-d. You can’t rush it and try to force love by loving a girl for her looks and not for who she is. This can ruin relationships and even lives. In the play The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare, Romeo loves Rosaline in the beginning, but as soon as he sees Juliet he falls in love with her, Romeo loves her for her beauty. He hardly knows her. In The Tragedy…

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    Photo Voice

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    This assignment was to go around UConn and take ten pictures of things that I either loved or hated about UConn. For this assignments, my classmates and I used photo voice as the research method. Overall, I enjoyed this method of research, though it did have its limitations. Some of the limitations of the method are that there are only so much one can capture with a picture. Motion was not easy to capture so that point could not always come across as strong as it could as with other methods.…

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    other. You spend summers together talking about your future, you cannot wait for all the children you are going to have and how you are going to raise them. Things change and suddenly the future you imagined is unattainable. What happened in your relationship for it to get to that point? Relationships can be difficult and there are many different aspects, but by communicating and learning about the other person involved, a relationship can thrive. Learning about the triangular theory this…

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    A Knight's Tale Analysis

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    unfolds as William and Jocelyn meet and fall in love. Although, William frame of his victories also brought unwanted attention from his rival competitor,…

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    Love is like a tunnel your traveling through, its either your going to make it to the other side or not make it at all. As you travel through the tunnel, your going to have some changes and challenges come your way. Your going to have to battle with a lot of emotions in the stage of love. The original name to this poem is “Sonnet 130” I just wanted to make the title more interesting. From William Shakespeare, “the author of the poem” view he compares his woman to many spectacular things. This…

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    Janie Character Analysis

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    they all shared certain similarities. Janie compares her ideal of love sitting under a pear tree. She wanted love like a pear tree that fulfilled her intellectually, emotionally, spiritually and physically. The first husband Logan Hicks was a wealthy, old, ugly man. He was interested in marrying Janie, but Janie was so disgusted because of the…

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