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    This theme can be closely tied with the theme of duty, in that rationality wins over imagination due to the rural lifestyle of those living in Frosts poems. The people living in rural New England Frost refers to in his poetry are required to make a decision between rationality and imagination; as if they cannot exist in unison. In Frost's poetry the adults generally uphold their rationality as an affliction of duty, but there are certain instances when the suggestion of imagination is almost too seductive to bear. For example, in lines 49 and 50 of the poem “Birches,” Frost states “I’d like to get away from earth for awhile/ and then come back to it again and start over”. The storyteller wishes he could climb the infinite birch tree as he once did in his childhood and leave the rational world, if only for a brief instant.. In Frosts mind this capability to escape rationality and enjoy in the freedom of imagination is restricted to the young.…

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    non-Americans alike baffled as to how the former businessman and reality TV star – who has become known for being prejudiced against several demographics, as well as his plan to build a wall between the US and Mexico, among other things – managed to become the leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world. David Wong’s article, How Half of America Lost Its F**king Mind, provides an interesting perspective on why so many Americans might have voted for Trump. He writes that rural areas…

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    Homelessness has been a problem all throughout history. Wherever there have been people, there has been a person that doesn’t have a home. In some cultures it is look on as a freeing existence; freeing yourself from worldly problems and possessions. But in our culture it is viewed upon, for the most part, as a problem to society. In New York City, it has the highest homeless populations in the country, as of September 2004 there were 36,727 people living in shelters and welfare hotels with…

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    Washington, DC VS. Rome Have you ever visited the cities of Rome or Washington, DC? Even though Washington, DC, and Rome are major capital cities of their countries in the world, they have many differences along with their similarities. They have vastly different histories, cultural aspects, and racial demographics, but they remain similar in their cost of living and socioeconomic disparity. First, Washington, Dc and Rome are rich in world and national history. The history in the two cities…

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    in Vienna only to find that his pal Harry is presumed dead – but something about his death just doesn’t add up. The story follows Holly on a journey for the truth while the structural aspect provides an abstract reflection of the struggle between good vs. evil. The multi-dimensional use of location, angles and lighting correlates with the theme of the story, the complexity of good vs. evil or dark vs. light, in human nature.…

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    INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION NEWSPAPER Anas Eisa October 1890 Changes Coming To England!! By: Man living at the city The industrial revolution was the shift in the way products were produced. The people started using machines and iron materials instead of their hands to produce products faster and easier at the factories. They use it to make there life easier and to make profit of the machines, that means that they are building them in their houses and selling them to other people. The…

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    Diesel Engines Vs. Gasoline Engines in Trucks There are many people in the world who don’t even know what the similarities and differences are between gasoline engines and diesel engines in trucks. Most people don’t even care about the similarities and differences and just stick with the type of truck they like. Here in this essay though, the main similarities and differences between the two will be explained by the listed pros and cons of each. For the most part, on the roads of big cities or…

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    Past VS Future: The Dakota Access Pipeline The Dakota Access is a pipeline that will carry 7.4 billion barrels of oil a day to be used from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipe will run under 22 bodies of water, and one of them is Lake Oahu in South Dakota. Lake Oahu is the main water source for the Standing Rock Reservation, and the Native Americans living there worry the pipe might pollute the lake and disrupt sacred burial grounds. The Dakota Access will provide us oil in places where we need…

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    Poverty is a social issue that has affected the world for thousands of years. While countries like the United States of America have worked determinedly to eliminate it, poverty still generally exists. It occurs on many different reasons, but the ways to reduce poverty are also numerous. The United States continues to have a significant percentage of its population living in poverty due to social inequality and unemployment that does not lift all members of the work force to an adequate living…

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    part of East Germany and West Berlin, which was actually located belonged to West Germany. On a bigger scale this was a conflict between Communism VS. Democracy. Which parties got involved and why? The western nations and the Soviet union only allied together in the second world war to defeat Germany. At the end of the war tensions resumed between the allies. However It was also decided at the end of the war, these countries would occupy Germany. The Western nations (France, Great Britain…

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