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    The internet is just only about 5,000 days old, and by that time it has delivered to people a ton of amazing things that nobody could have predicted in the past such as the real estate list, all kinds of government form, a huge amount of photos and video, satellite of the whole earth, or even a piece of information from the phone number, etc. Kevin has points out that most of people learn how to accepted the change from the internet which is amazing thing changing the world and how easily to…

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    Looking for a Drama filled, love story with an unexpected twist and a happy ending? This could be the right choice for you. But, it will defiantly be a different type of Drama. This episode of the American Horror Story show can be considered to have a Female Gothic sub-genre. The Female Gothic sub-genre deals with women’s transition from an adolescent to adulthood and or post traumatic depression after child birth. This sub-genre has many conventions like a male heroine, Victorian homes,…

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    Once upon a time, there was this small Alien family of three, in a small town called Jupiter. Jupiter was so small there was only room for one UFO which was where that family lived. So in order for them to get everything they needed, they had to go about twenty minutes down the road. They were called the Jones family. The moms name was Lisa, she worked at a science lab. The dads name was Tom, he worked at a place called Nature. They had a little boy named Nolin that was twelve years old. The…

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    sitting in Maya’s living room wearing sweatpants and comfy shirts (Maya decided that her bra was stupid, so it was laying on the floor, the boys took it rather well) each with their respective pizza box and watching the hell out of Braveheart. “Brian Cox is so good,” Ned idly remarked, watching the end credits roll. Maya bit her tongue to keep from cackling. She exchanged a look with Peter, his face held the same expression hers did, before the two couldn’t hold it anymore, and doubled over…

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    Bonds between people usually form from mutual community in which people interact in. Communities allow friendships and even family to grow and strengthen over time, such communities can be seen in life and even in stories such as Cathedral by. Raymond Carver. By having a group of people to interact with and grow alongside to allows a community to form and become a life that is centered around those people and activities that will ensue in that community. In the story Cathedral The Blind Man…

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    Who Is Elbert Frank Cox?

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    Elbert Frank Cox was born on December 5th 1895 to parents Eugenia D Talbot and Johnson D Cox. His father was already a principal at a high school and took classes at Evansville College and graduated at Indiana University. Elbert was no stranger to success. He was fortunate to live in mixed ethnicity group even though the schools were still segregated. In high school he showed talents mathematics but that wasn’t his first love. He actually played the violin and was offered a full scholarship to…

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    In Christopher Marlowe 's play Doctor Faustus, the plot focalizes around John Faustus, a character that sells his soul to the devil in exchange for knowledge. Similarly, in William Shakespeare 's Hamlet, the ambitious King Claudius murders his own brother to achieve wealth and power as the King of Denmark. These sinful crimes compromise the integrity of both male characters and inflict devastating consequences on their well-being and ability to coexist peacefully within their respective plays.…

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    Comparison Between The Three Poems In the poems “The Passionate Shepherd” by Christopher Marlowe, “The Nymph 's reply to the Shepherd” by Sir Walter Raleigh, and “Raleigh Was Right” by William Carlos Williams, all share a central idea in unit one. They all view nature, either bad or good. The Shepherd and the Nymph both share images that tend to have the same thinking. In all the three poems, the authors depict how society views nature. Nature on the other hand, people view as beautiful, and…

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    in History classes. However, one event or person that does not get overlooked during the discussion of the past is Christopher Columbus being accredited with finding America. We all know that Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492, trying to get to India for spices and he happened to “discover” America. Christopher Columbus was an interesting man who changed human history. Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy. His father was a wool merchant and he also had two brothers. Columbus was…

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    Without any conflict a story-(read: a movie)-is boring. Some people are drawn to the dark motives and actions of the villains and because of this more often than not the villain is more liked than the hero. Movies have transpired to show the hero in a good light that’s enjoyable and believable. But a man’s worth can only ever truly be measured by the weight of those that stand against them. In days of old it was easy enough to throw a black hat on a man and show him shoot a few people and…

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