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    Defining classic literature is a more complex and debated subject than one might imagine it to be. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word classic as an adjective used to show that something is the very best of its kind, an example of excellence or something that has been popular for a long period of time. The word literature also has a wide range of meanings. It can mean any written work such as a brochure, novel, article, poem, play, or booklet about a particular subject. ““Literature,” which traditionally meant fiction, has also expanded to include new forms of literary – or narrative — nonfiction and new forms of poetry, including novels and book-length works of nonfiction in verse. The increasing importance of visual communication…

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    middle school girl. Both my mom and Lillian began urging me to read the classics, a category of books that I believed were 900 pages long, with boring characters who always either fell in love with each other or died. The first classic Lillian suggested to me was Pride and Prejudice (a very smart choice on her part; my family and I had already watched the movie and loved it immensely). I finished the third chapter before deciding that it was too complicated…

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    In this picture, we see that the artist combined small pictures to create this image of the coke bottle. Most of the celebrities are from older or classic times. Its motto is “a classic never goes out of style” which ties in every celebrity because even though they were known in the past many people still know them. The ad uses Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Beatles, The American Flag, The Rolling Stones, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Baseball, Apple Pie, a Cadillac, and the famous kiss after World War…

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    Theme Of Sin In Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter

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    Lessons Learned from The Scarlet Letter The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne is considered by many to be a classic novel. In The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne provides his audience with a real sense of the consequences of unconfessed sin, isolation from society, and the presence of evil everywhere. Through his portrayal of the main characters, his choice of setting, and his implied moral lessons, he teaches lessons that must be learned for humans to continue living in harmony…

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    The role that Eli Whitney played in America’s industrial revolution was his inventions, and the thought that he revolutionized both cotton production and weapons manufacturing. The growth of the textile industry in England created enormous demand for cotton, a demand that planters in the South were finding impossible to meet. There greatest obstacle was separating the seeds from cotton fiber, which was a difficult and time consuming process that was essential before cotton was sold. Long-staple…

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    Throughout Earth’s history, agriculture has been a vital component of every society, providing citizens with the food and nourishment necessary to survive. During this time, agriculture has undergone substantial developments to improve the efficiency, crop yield, and commercialization to sustain the increasing population. Inventions such as the McCormick reaper, liberating workers from the grueling task of harvesting grain, and the cotton gin, replacing hundreds of man-hours by increasing…

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    tailors to create dresses and skirts with volume. Organza is also a very strong fabric, so do not be tricked by its sheer look. Organza is traditionally made from silk. Its cotton variety is called organdy, and it has similar properties to organza. Nowadays, you can find all kinds of organza fabric, both natural and synthetic. An everybody’s favourite for evening and wedding gowns, this stiff material has a subtle sheen. What Is Organza Fabric Like? / Organza Fabric Characteristics Organza…

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    been said that the “king of cotton” during the time of slavery, was the state of South Carolina. With its rich soils and warm humid temperatures, South Carolina was the biggest and most successful cotton manufacturer in all of the south. Not only were there millions of slave hands making it possible for this commodity to become so significant, but those same hands made South Carolina very rich. Before cotton became a popular commodity in the south, crops such as indigo, maize or corn, and rice…

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    US History December 6 2015 Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin In the late 18th century, plantations and cash crops were becoming less profitable. As a result, on March 14, 1794, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin and plantation owners looked to cotton farming as a faster way to get rich. With the emergence of textile industries and cotton farming, the cotton gin did its job and led the way towards an economic boom in America. Conflict between the north and south began as these immense plantations…

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    Sock Monkey Research Paper

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    In 1870, the first sock was knitted by a machine invented by a Swedish immigrant. The inventor’s name is John Nelson. With his innovation, he opened a factory to produce mittens and he eventually decided to make socks with his machine. The factory he founded is located in Rockford, Illinois. His sock factory with automatic knitting machines, eventually led to the creation of the distinguished red heeled sock monkey. Sock Monkeys can be found in numerous households and became a popular craft in…

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