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    Chuck Berry Biography

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    title “father of rock n roll” was bestowed upon Chuck Berry as a gesture to recognize his many contributions to rock music industry. The word “legend” when describing musical talent can only be given to a few, Chuck Berry was one of the few. His musical thumbprint was idealized by some and imitated by many. Chuck Berry wrote, composed and performed some of Rock n Roll’s biggest hits. Mr. Feeney has declared that Chuck Berry is, “the father of rock n roll who duck walked his way into musical history.” By the same token others have expressed admirations about Chuck Berry: John Lennon said, “If you tried to give rock ‘n’ roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry’ ”; Jerry Lee Lewis’s mother said, “You and Elvis are good, son – but…

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    I consider Chuck Berry the king of Rock and Roll for multiple reasons. As you read you will find out why he is the Rock and Roll king. Chuck Berry started to make music in 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Chuck Berry used electric guitar in his songs, which made his songs different from others. This is why I think Chuck Berry is the real king of Rock and Roll. Chuck Berry was born on October 18, 1926 with a large family in St. Louis, MO. Chuck Berry’s birth name is Charles Edward Anderson. Chuck was an…

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    Marchosias: A Short Story

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    All eyes are on me. The king, the crowd, and the other participants stop whatever they were doing, but it's not as if it's my first time seeing something big similar to an eagle. I've seen a hound from hell already, so I don't think a giant eagle would faze me. By the way, where is that hound from hell? I have not heard from him ever since we left Rydia. Speaking of a hound from hell. Where the heck is Marchosias? At this point he'd be telling me "what a ridiculous farce, your gamble will only…

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    Thursday April 23, 2015 was a normal morning for me. I woke up, got ready for school, and went to pick Debra up for school. Debra was my best friend and we carpooled every morning to school. I went to first and second hour like normal, but during academic focus around 10:30 a.m. I received a call that left me puzzled. “Hello, I work with the Belton Police Department, is this Brandy?” asked a man. He then went on to ask me if I knew someone by the name Shanon Harvey. “Yes I know him,…

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    Background Chuck Berry was born on October 18, 1926 in ST. Louis to a middleclass family. His mother an African American woman with a college education and his father a carpenter. This stable home was essential for Berry to stay out trouble and additionally foster his hobbies and interest including music. Bu the Age of six berry was participating in a church choir. After learning how to play guitar Berry would be arrested for robbery and placed in jail. Following his time in jail he started his…

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    The poem “Blackberry Picking" is written by Seamus Heaney and carries the overall message of how to enjoy the evolution of life before it is corrupted by death. Seamus Heaney is trying to convey this message by describing the life cycle of berries. “At first, just one, a glossy purple clot among others, red, green, hard as a knot.” In this line, the author uses figurative language to ignite reader’s memories and senses of the beauty and excitement of youth. By rhyming “clot” and “knot” Heaney…

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    Haida Gwaii Analysis

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    sweet, juicy, and crunchy, while also being a source of vitamins and minerals (Turner & Turner, 2008). Additionally, Tollas recalled that the large leaves could be used for paper towel and toilet paper. The red huckleberry was also a multi-purpose shrub used by the Haida. According to Tollas, the ends of the new growth red huckleberry had medicinal properties as they were boiled and gargled for coughs and colds. The berries were often made into fruit leather, plus their juices were often used as…

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    Galway Kinnell writes about how he loves to go blackberry picking in September. He uses figurative language stating blackberries are silent, startled, and unbidden, the berries aren’t physically able to do these allegations. The stalks very prickly he calls this a penalty for such a sweet treat. He talks about the time of day he enjoys (Arp) description is likely to fire up the readers taste buds. The reader may decide they are hungry with such an imaginative description. He chooses to talk…

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    In 2004, Chef Claus Meyer, and Chef Rene Redzepi opened a Danish restaurant named NOMA, in Copenhagen. The name NOMA is a contraction of the Danish words for “Nordic” and “Food”. NOMA is currently the most important restaurant in the world. Together Chef Rene Redzepi and Chef Claus Meyer popularized, and invented the idea of Nordic cuisine. They populated their menu with items such as wild berries, musk ox, and sauces made with beer rather than wine. NOMA’s success has empowered other…

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    Irving Layton’s “Berry Picking,” and Robert Lowell’s “Water,” are two poems that discuss the flawed nature of human relations by comparing them to the natural world. Imagery of nature and the natural world are used extensively in both poems to show comparisons between nature and relationships, as well as using nature as a contrast to human relationships. The natural world is portrayed as soft, simple and innocent in one poem, however it is viewed a hard and complex in the other. The two poems…

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