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    The poems Africa and Flying Man by Rabindranath Tagore show the negative effects of man-made destruction. The destruction is the way they have mistreated the people of Africa, as well as changing the way nature used to be, from the peaceful harmonious nature to inventing more modernised technologies, making man seem more arrogant. The focus of the two poems is how man has destroyed the earth with their actions, and the poet does this by using imagery and figurative language. In Africa, Tagore uses adjectives to emphasise the effect of man destroying Africa and its people. The word ‘shadowy’ creates a negative beginning to the stanza that introduces what is happening with the slavery, and it symbolises Africa turning into something dark, as the country used to be peaceful before the slavers came. The ‘black’ of Africa’s ‘veil’ shows the way the slavers are not able to see what is behind this ‘veil’ Africa has, and it shows that the slavers are not aware that slaves are also human. The poet also uses ‘iron’ to emphasise how strong the slavers are compared to the slaves, as iron is a strong metal. This would show that the slavers have a lot of control over many things and emphasises the colonialism that is happening in Africa. Tagore also uses ‘naked’ to show that the slavers have been very obvious in showing their inhumanity as they do not treat the slaves fairly at all. This emphasises that man has destroyed the earth by the way they have treated these people as if they are…

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    Helen Keller lived an extraordinary and wonderful life. She never gave up on anything in life, and she always kept trying. In the book, Helen Keller: A Determined Life, Helen stated, “We can do anything we want to do, if we stick to it long enough.” All Helen wanted was to live a normal life, and to have no one think less of her. We should all try to emulate her example of determination and dedication. She is an excellent role model to anyone who thinks they should give up or stop trying. She is…

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    WILLIAM BLAKE is a 22-year-old student at Quinnipiac University. William is about to finish his senior year student teaching. After graduation, William and his evangelical Christian girlfriend MARY plan to start a life together as public school teachers. William is a staunch conservative. He is enraged when President Obama is re-elected. William dreams of an America in which conservative, Tea Party Republicans dominate the political landscape. While William thinks and talks like a conservative,…

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    The city of Chicago has faced controversy for quite for time. Many claim the city has become so corrupt, that the trail leads all the way up to the city’s mayor, Rahm Emmanuel. Corruption is one of the major problems Chicago faces and Mayor Rahm Emanuel is the face of the corruption that plagues the city. In an article written by Judith Valente, Can Chicago offer a path away from gun violence? She states “More than 2,800 people were shot in Chicago last year, and by December 2015 there had been…

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    Charles Lane Analysis

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    varying levels of sophistication in the three articles “The GOP’s health-care plan goes in the exact wrong direction,” “Who is to blame for the opioid epidemic,” and “Rahm Emanuel gears up for a modern day- Brown v. Board.” Lane supports each of his arguments with ample quantitative facts and figures. In his March 22nd column on the misdirection of the GOP’s proposed healthcare plan, he uses relevant statistics about who uses medicare. To support his claim that there is little to be gained by…

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    presided throughout the trial, which began in District Court on March 6. Defense counsel said that they would appeal immediately to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. The appeals will act as an automatic stay of execution of the three sentences. Judge Kaufman had directed that the Rosenbergs be put to death in the electric chair at Sing Sing Prison in the week beginning on Monday, May 21. Should the Circuit Court decide adversely, defense counsel said an appeal would be…

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    earlier Christians, who transitioned away from traditional biblical Christianity beliefs created from magic and astrology. Because of this, many became followers of a Swedish thinker Emanuel Swedenborg. A chapel was established in London where Blake and his wife were members of this Swedenborgian church for some time (The Spirit of Rebellion). Mainstream Christians would consider many of these ideas would be blasphemy. Blake himself rejected the Swedenborgian chapel when it began to compose…

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    He uses Emanuel Swedenborg, a Swedish mystic and philosopher, as well as Dante as a specific example of a nationalist poet. Each of the authors represents what Emerson sees as a genius-poet, the likes of which he has not seen in America at the time of his writing the essay. He states that “if [he] has not found that excellent combination of gifts in [his] countrymen which [he seeks]” he could not submit a solution to the problem by reading of English poets as they “wits” more than poets (Emerson…

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    a very simple idea. People, men and women equally, have knowledge about themselves and the world around them that "transcends" or goes beyond what they can see, hear, taste, touch or feel. Transcendentalism, 19th-century movement of writers and philosophers in New England who were loosely bound together by adherence to an idealistic system of thought based on a belief in the essential unity of all creation, the innate goodness of man, and the supremacy of insight over logic and experience for…

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    Pan Ku Case Study

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    center spinning faster and faster, which eventually formed the Sun (it formed a protostar first), while the rest slowly flattened into a protoplanetary disk (similar to an accretion disk) which is a circumstellar disk of dense gas, ice and dust rotating around a star. The process of accretion meant that debris within the disk surrounding the protostar came together into numerous clumps with grew larger to form into asteroids, moons, planets and other small bodies of mass found in our solar…

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