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    3 represent the racial and ethnic characteristic of census tract 1220.01, Arlington, and Texas. Within racial characteristics, White and Hispanics make up majority of the population in all three categories. In census tract 1220.01, whites are majority (92.63%) followed by Hispanic (66.91%). In Table 2, these two census tract 1220.01 findings are the highest compared to Arlington and Texas. Ethnic characteristic showed the diversity in census tract 1220.01, Arlington, and Texas. The highest ethnicity within all three categories is Irish, German, English, and French. According to Table 4, two or more person households represented a vast amount of the population followed by Family Household (Families), and…

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    The Arlington National Cemetery- There are many people in the world that lost their lives during all different kinds of wars to keep the United States safe. Most of the people are buried at the famous Arlington National Cemetery. This cemetery is very peaceful and quiet and it is considered home to many people who visit. The heroes who are buried in the cemetery fought for the United States and made it a free country. Arlington National Cemetery is located in Arlington, Virginia, containing…

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    Arlington National Cemetery, is located across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. extending over 1,100 acres of beautiful manicured grounds in Arlington, Virginia. It is the eternal resting place for over 275,000 United States armed forces. Members which served, fought and protected our country and our rights so that we could have our freedom that we so kindly have. Other graves sites are given for family members who were closely related to an armed forces member. My soul purpose for…

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    Late in the 1800 's was born a great American poet by the name of Edwin Arlington Robinson. A naturally talented writer, Robinson grew into his profession during an era of struggle. While the world squandered to acquire wealth, and while most failed, the poets of this time solemnly wrote about what was unfolding. Events throughout his life lead to the inspiration for one of his most famous poems, “Richard Cory”. Edwin Arlington Robinson was a poet in the Modernist era significant to American…

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    Though he was nameless for the first six months of his life, Edwin Arlington Robinson would later become one of the most well known poets from the 20th century. Fame came to Robinson because of his focus on personal failure, materialism, and isolation in his poetry, which are also common themes of the Modernist Era of poetry. Objected to free verse, which was increasingly popular at his time, Edwin stuck with a writing style that was his own, and quite traditional as well. Three of his most…

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    Arlington National Cemetery is a lot of different memorials into one location. Inside the Cemetery there is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers, Amphitheater, Arlington House, John F Kennedy gravesight. Section 60 (Afghanistan Graves) and the Challenger and Columbia memorial. The Cemetery consists of about 400,000 are buried in the Cemetery alone. Within the 400,000 graves about 5,000 are unmarked do to unknown soldiers. About 14,000 are veterans that buried at the cemetery. In the Amphitheater…

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    In Edwin Arlington Robinsons poem “Richard Cory” the narrator that is telling the story seems to be a person on the street looking at Richard Cory. The narrator is tell us what Cory does and other “people on the pavement” think about him (Robinson 855). Richard Cory is a handsome man, who has money and has great manners. Women want him, and men want to be him. However, he takes his life despite all his fortune. Richard Cory’s character advancement indicates to us, that even when we have…

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    Edwin Arlington Robinson’s poem, “Richard Cory,” is brimming with irony. The brilliant use of situational irony takes the seemingly perfect life of Richard Cory and surprises us all once we reach the last line of Robinson’s poem. In fact, this poem seems eerily similar to Robin Williams’ situation. Richard Cory and Robin Williams both appeared to have their lives together; both rich, always smiling and making other happy, and were both held to higher standards. However, much like Richard Cory,…

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    Seen throughout various instances, individuals often envy those who have more money than themselves. This concept is clearly depicted in Edwin Arlington Robinson’s “Richard Cory”, as well as Paul Simon’s remake of that poem into a song also titled “Richard Cory”. The poem and the song are essentially about a rich man named Richard Cory, who is admired yet envied by the people of his town. Little do they know that later on, the man will take his own life, even though he was sought out to have the…

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    Richard Cory is a poem published in 1897 by a poet Edwin Arlington Robinson who won three Pulitzer Prize for his work. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature four times. According to owlcation.com “Richard Cory,” is the story of a man who seems to have it all. The people of the town, who are clearly of a lower financial class, place Richard Cory on a pedestal. The lower class look up to Richard Cory and want to be just like him. The poet’s complex attitude toward Richard Cory is…

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