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    Witcher, as a powerful force of spectres known as the Wild Hunt is also tracking her every move. You soon discover why the Wild Hunt is after Ciri, as she possesses a devastating power that if in the wrong hands, could spell diabolical news for everybody. Ciri becomes aware of this burden as her journey…

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    Working class hero is a very meaningful piece of music, sung by both artists. However, they have some differences. In Alan Jackson's piece it is more positive, uplifting, prideful and really relates to family. Jackson does a really phenomenal job of putting emphasis on being prideful. "What he's done with his life might not be remembered but he's got every right to be proud cause the blood sweatin years of this workin class hero is really what livin's about." In this quote he really points…

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    essential to maintaining liberty as are the rights of free speech, a free press, and freedom of religion. As a result of the Second Amendment, I understand that it is not that hard to get or have access to a firearm and that gun control laws are just as old as the Second Amendment. I also believe that you should be allowed to have a firearm in your house if you wish, but you have to meet certain requirements. Also you should not need a reason to carry a weapon because it is your right you have a…

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    In Fahrenheit 451, the protagonist, Guy Montag, slowly comes into a sense to realize the problems of his society. Originally, Montag is a fireman who loves to burn books. However, he later begins to question his job and wonder if his society is improving in philosophical thought. As the plot progresses, Montag begins to realize his society is deteriorating through the government’s misuse of new technology. Throughout Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury uses Montag to disparage the misuse of science and…

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    Glamorous clothing, high speed car chases, powerful weapons and who could forget the die-hard love Bonnie Parker had for Clyde Barrow. Thousands of articles, news broadcastings, and radio stations covered this couple's every move. Bonnie was more than just the better half of this killer couple, she was often referred to as the brain and motivation behind the Barrows Gang's criminal spree. Since her death, Hollywood and mass media has created many versions of her life. However most accounts are…

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    As the reader quickly learns, Winston’s world is one of ubiquitous surveillance, where even one’s facial expression could incriminate one as a thought criminal. Certainly, there may well be a large number of natural-born dissidents like Winston, unable to drown their conscience in doublethink and instead seething in silent discontent. However, with every medium of communication heavily monitored, potentially at all times, it would be impossible for one to identify another. Even if a tacit sign…

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    The Love Suicides at Amijima was a great story that showed the power of love, specifically how far one would go for love. In this story, there was a love triangle between Jihei, Koharu, and Jihei’s family. Jihel loved Koharu and was willing to leave his family to be with her. Jihei was an extreme lover, who wanted her to love him until the day they die. If Jahei was to die, then Koharu should kill herself. Koharu told him she would, but after much consideration, she did not want to die. Tahei…

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    methods. MLK (Martin Luther King), for example, used “weapons of love,” whereas Malcolm X used harsh realism and relied on doing things “by any means necessary.” However, violence is never an option in any situation, especially when trying to establish equality within a nation. Therefore, Malcolm X’s viewpoints to inspire change are not reasonable. To start, there are several reasons in which violence in any situation is most likely set up for failure. In fact, it is said that nonviolent…

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    Introduction In Greek mythology, Zeus was known as the god of the sky and weather, or the sender of thunder. He overthrew his father, Cronus, and became the supreme leader of the gods. His golden throne was on the highest summit of Mount Olympus showing his superiority and respect from all gods and mortals (Mortal kings would boast that they were descendants of Zeus). While his well known weapon was the thunderbolt which he hurls at the ones who displeases or defies him, he also possesses a…

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    Percy Jackson: Harry Potter: Ideas: Mist Train Station Gods Council of Wizards Different Magic 1. Compare and contrast how authors use the same or different themes in a setting. Love Percy Jackson’s fatal flaw is love Family Versions of reality Mist Wizards authority Identity Compare and contrast how authors use the same or different themes in a setting. Rick Riordan’s book Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief and J.K Rowling’s book Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone both…

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