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    Nighthawks by Edward Hopper is a very famous artwork that was made in 1942. The artwork features a bar on a street corner and appears to be the only store open at the time on the street. The bar is not busy at all, there are only 4 people featured in the artwork including the bartender. A man and a redheaded woman sit together on one side of the bar, while a man who is alone sits on the other side of the bar. The bartender is dressed in all white and is reaching for something behind the bar. The…

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    The Power of Imperialism, Race and Gender “The smallest Woman in the world” is a short story telling a tale of a French explorer looking for the smallest pygmy in the world. Upon finding what he believes is the smallest woman in the world, the story’s concept of exploration transitions from innocent curiosity to exploitation. Through Clarice Lispector’s short story, “The Smallest Woman in the World”, the reader will be able to identify the story’s allegory of superior and inferior and will see…

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    Vaccination can save children’s life because, diseases killed thousands of children, polio was once Americas most feared disease, and thanks to vaccination there, are no signs of polio in the U.S. Vaccination should be mandatory for children because it’s easier for children because it’s easier for them to get sick. For example, a boy/girl that is sick coughs on his/her hand, shakes his/her best friend’s hand and his/her best friend eats with the same hand his/her sick friend shook. So now he/she…

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    Biography and Background Information Edward Bellamy was born on March 26, 1850, in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts as the son of a Baptist minister. Growing up in the Gilded Age from the end of the Civil War up to the late 19th century, he saw the rapid economic growth and corrupt business practices with the vast railroad expansions and industrialization and the poverty and inequality especially among the worker class and immigrants. He first realized the troubles of the urban poor while spending…

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    violently, like whooping cough, small pox, measles, and polio, just to name a few. Physicians and other health care professionals had to come up with a cure to save millions of lives during that time of crisis with very little resources and technology. Edward Jenner, a well-known English doctor, saved the world from small pox when he discovered a vaccination that stamped out obtaining the evil illness. Jenner used his strong observation expertise to watch…

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    parent’s right whether they vaccinate or not. Many nearly eradicated diseases are making a comeback with anti-vaccine activists pushing uninformed parents to question doctors and no longer vaccinate their children. The first vaccine was created by Edward Jenner who made a smallpox vaccine and many others have been developed after Jenner’s. (Fee and Roth 1217). Today children are recommended to be given vaccines to protect against Hepatitis B, Haemophilus…

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    Both pieces speak of the bias of ethnocentrism from the west in accordance to the middle east. History is seen only by what is contemporary at the time according to the first piece by Abdullah Laroui. Within the second piece by Edward Said he is clarifying about his book over orientalism and the continuation of the same thinking that people see the middle east as a picture that does not move since it is not the same as those who are looking at it. Additionally both pieces remark about the issues…

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    Smallpox Research Paper

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    Today smallpox is an eradicated disease. However, fears of the disease still exist. In 2014 vials of smallpox were discovered in a refrigerator at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. There are also fears that smallpox could return as biological weapon used by terrorists Following eradication only two nations were allowed to keep samples of smallpox. The Centers For Disease control in the United States has samples of the disease. The Soviet Union and later Russia also retained…

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    Monstrosity isn’t always what is perceived on the outside. Becoming one with an animal, having animalistic tendencies, or an alter ego of a beast can be considered monstrous to society. In the poem “Why do you keep putting animals in your poems”, the man depicted in the poem is learning from the animals in the poem. He also realizes that the animalistic way of life is much simpler than the life of a human. In “Now You’re An Animal” by Mark Doty the professor goes into a studio to get his picture…

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    Jingnan Zhang English 3: Block Ms. Bunosky February 15, 2017 Archetypes in Toy Story One doesn’t usually watch movies and critically think about what is happening in it, but when one analyzes thoroughly, the audience can find some impressive things in the plots of these films. In the movie, Toy Story 3, the audience can clearly see a set of archetypes through the characters. Woody would be considered the hero, Buzz can be seen as the innocent person, and Lotso can be seen as the ruler/dictator…

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