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  • Personal Essay: My Dream House

    Everyone dreams of having his or her own house. Especially, in childhood, people imagine what their future houses will be, how big they are, what they are made of or how beautiful and adventurous they are. I also imagine and am still dreaming about what my future house would be. I am going to describe about my dream house. My dream house is a three-story house with a pointed roof. The third floor is an attic which just below the pointed roof. One side of the wall is a large window which the moonlight streams into the attic, so I can be bathed in the moonlight at night. I can just lie down on the comfortable bed which makes me feel like I lie down on the fluffy clouds. The second floor has three rooms which are a bedroom, a dressing room and…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Obama's Speech By Barack Obama

    about what previous generations did “for us” and of “reaffirming the greatness of our nation” as he is now the representation of America and people need to believe in the power of their country to believe in the authority of their leader. [<- quite a long sentence] He evokes patriotism in his views, and the repetition he uses, anaphora and is effective as it puts emphasis on the sacrifices that have been made, inspiring people to stand with him for their country and to intrust him with the…

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  • Analysis Of Alaiyo By Joseph Asagai

    be to invest in Beneatha’s dream of becoming a doctor. A doctor is in general associated with a stable and satisfying income and could help lift the family out of their desperate situation. Which also helps that Beneatha is a kind and generous person, which she demonstrates by seeking to become a doctor out of the urge to help other people. Therefore, we can learn that she views herself more as member of a greater whole than as a separate part of the family like her brother does. However…

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  • A Raisin In The Sun And The American Dream

    These conflicts include the pressure to either assimilate to the current American standards or to maintain African tradition, the urge to make money to get one’s family out of the ghetto, the need to lead one’s family, and the tough decisions to be made to support and protect the family. Hansberry openly addresses the fact that there was a serious racial issue at the time acting as an obstacle in the family’s dream of leaving the ghetto to start a new, better life in Clybourne Park. By sharing…

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  • What Are The Similarities Between Wild Cats And Crashing Planes

    Dream Symbols for Wild Cats and Crashing Planes The following two dreams were very interesting on how it brought terror for both dreamers; however, this is a good thing for it encourages them to view what is actually happening in their life. Once they acknowledge the truth, their next steps become clearer. Dream Every night, I keep having these dreams, they aren't always the same exact dream, but they all have the same similar component. At some point in my dream, there's a very large,…

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  • My Journey Of Transition To A New Life

    beliefs and dreams. Those paths sometimes make us outsiders in society and in our hearts. This world is filled with people yet we find ourselves being lonely. This is my story of transition to a new life from my old life. Clear blue sky, fast-paced city, cars honking, and my family when I think of my home land. First 20 year of my life was spent in my home country “Mongolia”. It is the most wonderful and peaceful…

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  • Why Do Dreams Cause Fear

    a. P7: Main Idea: Dreams also can alert us to dangers that are internal. Baltimore learned she had an ulcer by an alert of a dream. Other people get dreams that alert illness like cancer and heart disease. b. Paraphrasing: Mary Agnes found out that her dreams can also alert of dangers inside your body. Like for example, she dreamed that she traveled inside her body and found a boiler room in danger of blowing up. Also, she found that the dream was an alert and she went to a doctor and the doctor…

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  • Why We Have Dreams Research Paper

    Why do we have dreams? There’re different types of dreams, ones where you’re asleep, and dreams you have when you’re awake where people decide that they want to do something in their life, it’s a dream of theirs to complete this goal. These types of dreams give you a purpose in life. They give you something to aim for and something to push you forward. Some people might dream of becoming rich and having their own business, whereas others might simply dream of staying healthy throughout life.…

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  • Analysis Of Sigmund Freud's Activation-Synthesis Theory

    Sigmund Freud was a firm believer that dreams revealed much more about the dreamer than he or she may think. He thought that dreams were a way that a person could explore their unconscious desires and feelings, meaning that dreams let a person become aware of things that he or she was not previously aware of. Freud also believed that dreams consisted of manifest content, the literal content of a dream that a person has had, as well as latent content, which is what the dream represents to the…

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  • Analyzing Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

    play. I was overall impressed with the performance of the play. I felt that the story line was portrayed perfectly by the actors and the way the set was built. And it wasn't what I was imagining personally from listening and reading the play, but more. Though we did listen and read the entire play beforehand, I felt that it wasn’t as surprising or entertaining in terms of the performance because I expected what was going to happen next. It felt as if I was watching it again, since I already…

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