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    is the key to save the world from the evil leader of the world Zorga Zang. I was working on my piece for the New York Times when I was distracted by the sound of the sirens going off; and people screaming, “Get to the fallout shelter! World War III…

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    Battle Of Hastings Essay

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    In this essay I set out the background of the Battle of Hastings and discuss whether three of the criteria of what constitutes a just war were met. Background The Battle of Hastings occurred on the 14th of October, 1066, and was fought between the Normans (French) and the Anglo-Saxons (English) in the south of England. The battle went from dawn until dusk, and consisted of approximately 17, 000 soldiers (10,000 French and 7,000 English). The French also had horses, and so outnumbered the…

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    In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the titular Macbeth and his wife attempt to avoid being accused of the murders they have committed by transforming their own personalities; however, throughout the story, a more prominent manipulation of suspension of disbelief develops. Although Lady Macbeth is able to successfully masquerade as a guiding voice for her husband, she is secretly manipulating him so that she may both inflict death on as many people as possible and guarantee herself dominance of…

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    What’s the world like the day after you leave it physically? Will your haters still hate on you? Will the ones who once didn’t have a nice word to say about you, praise you at your funeral? Will they care now that you are gone? Many scholars including film director Alfred Hitchcock argue that characters are more important dead than alive and I agree with this statement. It takes death for people to care about you even though it is much too late. Therefore this shows that gratitude is much…

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    In Macbeth, Macduff and Malcolm’s leadership qualities increase while Macbeth’s withers because they have done good deeds and made the right decisions rather than bad ones. A leader is someone who leads their followers to a greater outcome. At the beginning of the book Macbeth, Macduff, and Malcolm were all well respected. Macbeth was praised for killing the leader of King Duncan's traitors. The captain, King Duncan, and his people praised him. “O valiant cousin! worthy gentleman!” (I. i. 26)…

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    Assertive Lady Macbeth

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    Guillermo Cordova Journey Language Arts P.3 23 August 2017 Regicidal Macbeth and Assertive Lady Macbeth The Tragedy of Macbeth is one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, It follows the story of the royal general Macbeth and his rise and fall of power. Macbeth was prophesied to become king and did everything in his power to become and stay king, but ends up dead. Before Macbeth killed the king, he was pushed by his wife to kill him. Lady Macbeth, once she found out Macbeth was to become king,…

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    Why October Twelfth is not a national holiday is beyond my self. It should be as that is when a legend known as Michael Hart was brought into this world. Also, I may or may be a narcissist scum lord. I was born on what i consider a national holiday. My parents said this is the happiest and worst day in their life. Happiest because i'm their last child. Worst because i am very narcissist and like to stroke my own ego. My life has been very boring and im just trying to fill in words in this very…

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    Guyenne in France. They disliked remunerating reverence to the French leaders, and they dreaded the growth power applied by the French monarch above its substantial feudal servants. The instant reason of the 100 Years War were the discontent of Edward III of England with the failure to fulfil by Philip VI of France of his promises to reinstate a piece of Guyenne captured by Charles IV. The English efforts to manage The Flemish Region of Belgium, a major business for English fleece and a material…

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    that the nation of England was growing in strength and power, whereas the nation of France was rapidly ceasing to hold its power and strength. By the year 1337, England was in control of almost half of France. Subsequent to these events, King Edward III of England made claims to the throne of France, which thus began the extensive and excruciating Hundred Years War. The true factor of the Hundred Years War was whether or not France would survive as a strong and powerful nation. Throughout the…

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    In shakespeare's play “Macbeth” he introduces two really strong main characters Macbeth and his wife lady Macbeth. Macbeth, who dedicated his loyalty as a soldier to his king and his wife who would do just anything to gain power. Shakespeare uses Macbeth and Lady Macbeth to show how their selfish ambitions lead to their downfall in the play. Shakespeare shows how each character is different from the other at the start of the play and how they eventually adopts the ways of each other.…

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