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    Have you ever thought what society means or what a good society needs? Many people are affected by society every day and so they want the best society that they can find. Not every society is the same. Society is what makes civilizations evolve, and there are many things can affect society in a positive or or negative way. Books or knowledge are one of the few things a society has to have in order to work properly. Our society thinks that it is important to have knowledge. This is because it…

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    In the poem, “Icarus”, by Edward Field, an allusion to the Greek myth of Daedalus and his son Icarus is present in the setting of a modern society. In the original story, the father and son developed wings to fly away from the prison they were trapped in. When Icarus attempted to achieve greatness by soaring too close to the sun, his wings melted and he plummeted to his death in the sea. However, in Field’s poem, Icarus did not drown and is surviving in a contemporary setting in which he feels…

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    Psychological Masks “He capered toward Bill, and the mask was a thing on its own, behind which Jack hid, liberated from shame and self-consciousness.” The mask represents (Finish hook) Stranded on an island after a plane crash, a group of young schoolboys in William Golding’s novel, Lord of the Flies struggle to find the balance between fun and survival. With no adults to be found the children elect Ralph, an inexperienced leader who attempts to form a democracy. The newfound order soon…

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    Macomber Natural Order

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    The Natural Order Introduction The natural order, as I see it, represents the set of laws that govern the natural world around us. These laws are sometimes at odds with the laws that we in civilized society have set forth. In Ernest Hemingway’s short story, “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber”, he gives us a glimpse of how certain individuals would act if civilized society were to collapse around them. In this story there is no societal standards, only the laws that govern the natural…

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    represents civilization, who knew it would end up representing savagery because of a group of boys imagination. In the Lord of the Flies, William Golding tells the story about a group of english boys who get stranded on a deserted island and chaos falls upon them. Ralph, Piggy, Simon, and Samneric were the only ones who handled the situation with maturity, while the other let violence get to their heads. In the Lord of the Flies, Golding demonstrates how at first the conch symbolizes…

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    hunt and resents anyone who stands in his way, in this case Ralph, of his savage pursuits. Ralph symbolizes democracy and is a foil to Jack who symbolizes dictatorship.A theme developed in the text is as democracy diminishes, there is a loss of civilization and the outbreak of savagery. Throughout the passage Golding uses shared diction pertaining to savagery, Ralph…

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    Early Civilizations

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    Before civilizations arose, humans survived by hunting wild animals and gathering plants. In order to this, they had to move from place to place based on seasons and animal migratory patterns. As humans returned to the same places during certain seasons for food, they learned that buried seeds from the year before turned into plants that they could eat. The discovery of agriculture allowed people to stay in one place and have larger populations due to more food, as a result of this,…

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    able to share their products with others, while receiving products as well. The least influential trading system was the sub-Saharan because it did not provide as many influential products or cultural ideas as the other trade routes. 19) The evidence that exists to support the claim that food was an important crop that was traded during the Foundations period, is that most of the items traded, were food. Everyone in society needed food to survive, so they were traded among the countries. Food…

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    Culture is something we all have, it runs between countries and people. People have different ideas and beliefs. This, however, causes people to view others as “inferior” or not as well off or as good as them. The ideas of people differs from others. Culture always affects the way people view the world. These authors and artist, Santha Rama Rau, Pat Mora, and finally the artist Frida Kahlo show how this is in different stories and paintings of theirs. “By Any Other Name”, by Santha Rama Rau,…

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    The start of alcohol production dates back to 6000 B.C. in the Middle East; where grapevines were first cultivated for the manufacturing of wine. By 800 B.C., the first “drunks” were identified in Plato’s works (“History of Alcohol”, n.d.). However, it wasn’t until the 1600’s where alcohol abuse was first spotted (“History of Alcohol”), and it has only worsened since then. Today, alcohol is the most commonly used drug in Canada; as a result, it is considered to be one of the most harmful drugs…

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