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    Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” is a reflection of her personal feelings with her fathers. The poem “Daddy” is a emotion filled poem that is dark and sad. The poem makes the reader feel sad for Sylvia and they try to understand the struggles Sylvia went through. The poem makes references to the holocaust and Sylvia's experiences growing up during World War ii. The darkness of this poem comes from the anger Sylvia has from her father passing away and leaving her to look for him in another man. Sylvia Plath grew up in a well-off, middle class family, though that may sound like a perfect family; Sylvia had deeper problems. Sylvia always loved writing and had her first poem published at the age of eight. Plath’s father died when Sylvia was only eight years old from diabetes and that affected her for the rest of her life. Sylvia throughout her life tried to commit suicide 3 times and her depression was expressed through many of her poems. Sylvia’s poetry is full of emotions such as sadness, depression, and bitterness. Plath’s poetry is a reflection of her life and many of her writings have ideas of sadness and sexual feelings. One of her many poems that expresses all of her emotions is the poem “Daddy”. Throughout the poem “Daddy”, Plath uses imagery, repetition, and tone. Imagery is represented many times throughout this poem and the imagery allows readers to understand the emotions that Sylvia expresses. A specific line that uses imagery is stanza 31, “An engine, an engine chuffing me…

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    Love is the magic that holds the world together. People search and hope to find their soul mate. In today’s world, loving one individual for the rest of your life is the ultimate goal. Love is not easy and it is never certain. In his romantic poem “Bright Star, would I were stedfast as thou art,” John Keats admires the steadfastness of the star, and how the speaker wishes he could be in the same situation as the star with his love. On the contrary, Robert Frost, in his poem “Choose Something…

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    worries that they will die before they have a chance to make a mark and leave a lasting impact. “When I have fears that I may cease to be/ Before my pen has gleaned my teeming brain” (DiYanni, fears, p. 1131). This poem reflects Keats life because he works on becoming a fully established poet but worries that his name will fall into obscurity. John Keats also puts off marrying his fiancée, Fanny Brawne, until he establishes himself as a poet. Later that year in August Keats returns home and…

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    Charles Brockden Brown is often referred to as “the father of the American novel.” Whether or not this is an accurate title, he is indubitably the father of American gothic fiction; Wieland; Or the Transformation is the first notable American gothic novel. Wieland is a story replete with insecurity and confusion as Clara, a self-admittedly unreliable narrator, recounts her brother’s murder of his family. Through his adoption of different voices, Carwin, a devilish and mysterious outsider, is…

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    T. Molitor Experiment

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    molitor. During our second experiment, the colours of the T. molitor was noted, and the two T. molitor of dark brown colour used, moved relatively slow as compared to the others. Our results showed that the two dark brown T. molitor moved a mean distance of 3.8cm, whereas the three black T. molitor of the same trial moved a mean distance of 17.6 cm (one moved an abnormal amount of 28cm), the two brown T. molitor moved a mean distance of 9.05 cm (one of them was missing 2 legs), and the three…

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    A shy, sassy girl with brown straight hair, deep dark brown eyes, was named Chloé Brown; lived in a nice modern gated community with her family. Her parents were the type of parents that everyone could ever dream of having; comical, admirable and mainly laid back but also have a strict side. Even though Chloé had the “perfect” life that everyone was jealous of, she did not understand to appreciate when she was an arrogant, sassy fifteen-year-old freshman at Avon Park High School. She hated…

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    A fit 35 with a well honed body carrying no excess fat. A couple of inches over 6 foot in height. Black hair combed straight back with no parting. Kind brown eyes over drawn cheeks and thin lips. Wearing a white check short sleeve shirt and grey flannelled trouser with woollen cardigan. No shoes on, showing both his socks were darned with different coloured wools. Rose, upstairs in bed, was finding it difficult to read the Daily Express news paper, which was two days old anyway. Listening to the…

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    Never had enough to pay fees and I remember one time I hid under the rust brown table that was located at the back of the classroom when the principal came to take everybody 's fees and looking through the holes of the table in front of my to see if she was looking for me. I didn 't have the money for the fee that month. I was too embarrassed to tell her I didn’t have the money again. I knew I was going to be in trouble and get hit in front of the whole school like last time.Having to stand in…

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    server over the Jesus figure and his companions compensates for the spiritual disparity between the server and the Jesus figure. Yet, by utilizing the placement of the kitchenware, the postures of the figures, and the server’s seeingness and hearingness, Velázquez reveals the server’s physical relationship and symbolic transformation from being the lesser to being equivalent to the Jesus figure. At the bottom right corner of the painting, the clove of garlic is in front of the mortar and…

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    Red Dress Monologue

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    Oh no, that big, fat guy is walking towards me! Who is he? What should I do? Is my new red dress too attractive? Hey, Hey please don’t come near me. He is so big, as big as a giant, it doesn’t seem normal, what is he going to do to me? Oh my god, is he a pervert trying to rape me?Am I too attractive? Or am I too pretty? Oh well, maybe! But he is definitely not my cup of tea, my cup of tea is someone tall and handsome, but….. but that guy is ugly and fat! I have no idea what is going on! Should…

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