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    In The Condemned of Altona, there is the internal and external conflict of free will and whether or not it can be controlled by a person. Father, the patriarch, father of three, and an almost too true to be a real businessman, is shown as someone how follows society and loves money and power. Franz, the eldest son, said to be dead, is an ex-soldier who despised the Nazis, enlisted in the Russian army and later the American army, but lives life thinking what he done was right, but later feeling the guilt as would his father. Werner, the second son, new heir to the family business, is not a typical business man, but a lawyer, and sees others as equal rather than being superior to them; however, shows he wants his father’s approval on many…

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    Andrew Carnegie, a self made millionaire stated “the man who dies thus rich dies disgrace” (Carnegie). The inspiration came from his belief that men like him held a great responsibility to contribute their wealth for the good of mankind. In his essay “The Gospel of Wealth” he emphasizes on how millionaires should spread their wealth even by leaving a positive impact in the world. However his main concern is how wealthy man should contribute to society when they’re alive. According to Carnegie,…

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    The first scene starts with the eastern train "whirling onward" (Crane 79) from San Antonio through Texas, going west toward Yellow Sky. Jack Potter, Yellow Sky's town marshal, is on the train with his new wife, who "was not pretty, nor was she very young" (Crane 79). They are happy but uncomfortable, the bewildered them with all the amazing things. They were not used to it, and they are unnervingly aware of the proper surroundings. The travelers, and the waiter, and porter, look at them…

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    Learning Journal 1. Based upon the information provided in class on the traits and characteristics of entrepreneurs, evaluate whether you fit the stereotype. Explain. Based upon the material we have covered in class on different types of entrepreneurs. I would consider myself as a Habitual entrepreneur, because I would like to start one business. The reason is, I think if I started on I could focus more on one thing. Also I wouldn’t want to sell something I worked on so hard to start. Plus if…

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    businessman: “You such a nice girl-but if Mana got that money she can always take a few thousand and help you through school too-can’t she?” (1.1.37). Beneatha wants to be a doctor by her own means and she does not want to take her mother’s money. Walter does not understand Beneatha’s dreams and why she will not take her mother’s money, so he uses it for the liquor store. The money that Walter received that could have helped to put Beneatha through medical school, but he wastes it, which is…

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    Krik Krakkok Analysis

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    Sometimes, people can’t picture how poor life can be for others. Where is the hope? Suzette in New York Day women describes one aspect of life in Haiti as “In Haiti when you get hit by a car, the owner of the car gets out and kicks you for getting blood on his bumper” (Page 128). In the novel Krik? Krak!, Danticat is trying to send the message that when humans are abused, killed, and have such a poor quality of life, they find hope in symbols, superstitions, and future generations. Abuse and…

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    Balcita goes over similar issues, though on a less broad scale. Using her father’s experiences of immigrating from the Philippines to the United States, Balcita creates an engaging and relatable picture of the subtle moments of integration, while also illustrating how the great American hypocrisy affects this transition. A great example of this comes from two paragraphs discussing her father’s first job at a blood bank. The job is temporary, as he’s trying to get official certification to be a…

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    During the American Revolution women’s equality was put into question when women were not offered the same rights as men. One of the early women to advocate this idea was Judith Sargent Murray. Judith Sargent Murray was an early American woman who proposed Women’s rights, an essayist, playwright, poet, and letter writer. Murray’s ideas about women’s rights were considered extreme in the 1700s. Murray asserted education should be equally offered to women as the same as men and argued for women to…

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    Gasolina Song Analysis

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    So when the girls scream, Dame mas gasolina, according to UrbanDictionary.com, this means that the girl wants sperm or wants to go out and party. Photo 4: Daddy Yankee for the cover on his single ‘Gasolina’ Source: Wikipedia. org Furthermore, a turning point in the reggaeton’s success was the debut album of Tego Calderon, El Abayarde in 2002. Fusing an experimental reggaeton style strongly rooted in the working- class Caribbean aesthetics of classic salsa with a strong dose of African…

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    Introduction: This relevant examination incorporates a significantly successful African-American woman who set up an altruistic organization to make organization aptitudes out in the open schools. When Monroe started the new optional school, the goal was to create a special school preparatory auxiliary school. The prior school was exceptional for its violence, its poor attendance, and its unequivocally low level of academic achievement. She turned an internal city school around through…

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