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    Finding Nemo is a movie that begins with a family of fish. The mother and almost all of her eggs are attacked. The mother is killed along with all of the eggs, except one. The final egg left is named Nemo, and is raised solely by his father, Marlin. In the attack, Nemo was injured and now has one fin that is smaller than the other. He does not let his fin define him and calls it his “lucky” fin. After seeing his family killed, Marlin is very over protective of Nemo and is very nervous to let him out of his sight to go to school. Once Nemo gets to school, he meets a large variety of friends and they go on their first field trip. While on the field trip, Nemo is dared by one of the other students to go and touch a boat that is out of the distance in which they were supposed to stay in. Nemo accepts the challenge and ends up being captured by fishermen. Nemo later wakes up to find himself in a fish tank in a dental office with several other types of fish. Once Marlin finds out that Nemo is missing, he meets another fish named Dory. Since Marlin is in a panic, Dory decides to help him find Nemo, despite have the loss of memory that she suffers from. On the search for Nemo, Marlin and Dory run into several sharks, one of which is named Bruce. Marlin and Dory are scared at first, but the Bruce approaches them and explains that the sharks believe that fish are friends, and not food. Back in the doctor’s office, Nemo comes up with a plan to play dead, so that he will get flushed down…

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    “The Beans Eaters” by Gwendolyn Brooks express the routine life of the poor couple satisfy life. The poem is about an old couple who is sitting at the table and starts eating dinner. Suddenly they start to look around them and start thinking about their life. An analysis of the routine and their satisfy life will help us understand the poem. The routine “The Bean Eaters” express the idea that when we are older, we are restricted to follow a typical routine. For example “and remembering,…

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    played a huge role in understanding why do humans behave and accomplish goals some that are very adventurous and against a human’s comfort zone. Literature reflects on human 's nature and pulls at their instinct to be adventurous and go against their comfort zone of a normal life to do something extraordinary. Two examples of pieces of literature that show off people that accept the call to adventure while other folks do not ,is the New York Times Article, “A Private Dance? Four Million Web…

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    Dickinson, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Thomas Hardy were some of the main poets who shared their views on women’s oppression. In Dickinson’s” Much Madness is Divinest Sense” the people who go against the social normality are shunned or disapproved…

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    Country music superstar Troyal Garth Brooks is better known as Garth Brooks. With a story in the music industry, Garth finds himself pursuing country music. Starting at a young age Garth sang to perform and always had to be the center of attention. Garth has a huge love for family and friends; the music was just a hobby. Numerous albums and music awards made Brooks the king of country music. Garth brooks behind the microphone shows a heart made up of childhood memories, life with family and a…

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    Designer of the American Dream To fashion, to clothing, to furniture, Ralph Lauren is one the most well-known designers in the world. He was born in the Bronx of New York. Hired by Beau Brummell ties as a designer. He then continued into his own work. Due to his accomplishments as a designer, Ralph Lauren is one of the most well-known designers all around the world (“Lauren”). Ralph Lauren grew up like an average kid. On October, 14, 1939 he was born in the Bronx, New York. He was the…

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    the smells, and give the quiet pages sound. Such is true in the poems “The Lanyard” by Billy Collins and “A Song in the Front Yard” by Gwendolyn Brooks. These poets allow the reader to feel and see the thoughts of the speakers through their descriptive verses. The speakers of these works are of different ages, one an adult and one a child. The common bond between the two are childhood. The speakers of the…

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    In todays’ society, a big part of arguments and conflicts have revolved around racism. Unless a person has gone to a high school or a University where the issue of racial privileges have been an issue, generally people tend to have their first encounter with the issue online. Misinterpretations of this discussion can often interfere with a persons view on this topic. Gwendolyn Brooks is a great American poet that portrays the lives of many Southern Chicago African Americans. I chose one of her…

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    Designer Ralph Lauren was born in New York on October 14, 1939. Lauren worked in retail stores before developing a line of neckties. The brand he created Polo, is now one part of an design that includes fragrances, clothes, and many more items . Lauren has used his personal fortune to a collection of rare and classic cars. In 1967, Lauren began designing men’s neckties, branding them under the name “Polo” and selling them at large department stores, including Bloomingdale’s. Lauren expanded…

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    Flappers Research Paper

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    Page used the factor of appearance to define the term "flapper". To her, a "flapper" is a woman who is within the age limit (not quite a woman but also not a girl)that would have bobbed hair (the 'badge' of flapper hood) and stylish clothing that no decent women of earlier generations would have even thought about wearing. There were many different explanations of the flapper phenomenon. Some say that it's due to the fact that one-quarter to one-third of urban woman workers live alone, free…

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