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    Technology has dramatically changed in our society. An endless number of people all around the world are using and benefit from modern technology. Technology is play a significant role in almost all the fields of human life. We have simplified technology to make it easier for us to access to many necessary tools people need in industry, medicine, communication, transportation and education et cetera. However, there are excessive usage of technology that has its drawback as well. Though in some case the speed of fulfilling a tasks accelerates with the help of the technology. Most people do not realize that technology has a negatively effects on today society, its impressive improvement has entangled life in various diverse ways. Technology has weakened the relationships among family members who are too busy with their devices, family members cannot have such a pleasant convivial as they used to in the past. Before they invented the devices that we have in today society, family members would sit down together around the table and play games together. Notwithstanding, following the creation of…

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    I didn’t want to, I had to. But there were so many flaws in my plan- we weren’t well off so getting down to Chicago, paying the attendance fee, and other expenses would be difficult to pay; it was on a day that both parents worked; et cetera et cetera. Walking up to my parents, laptop with the ticket information page open in my shaking hands, I took a deep breath and prepared to ask the million dollar question. “So. Emilie Autumn is hosting a tea party, only one hundred people can go, and it’s…

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    Technology has dramatically changed our society. An endless number of people all around the world are using and benefit from modern technology. Technology is playing a significant role in almost all the fields of human life. We have simplified technology to make it easier for us to access many necessary tools people need in the industry, medicine, communication, transportation, education, et cetera. However, there are excessive usages of technology that has its drawback as well. Though in some…

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    I cannot write without this computer, its components, the ships caring them, etcetera. No less can a mountain pass manifest without invoking a whole assemblage. From the fossils turned fuel to the machines which run on it. A diachronic or synchronic digging into any assemblage reveals evermore. Examination always comes at the price of destroying the object of investigation, though. Even an instant snapshot of the mountain-pass cannot reveal all the riches present all at the same time. Every…

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    Persuading the Medical Community In the always changing world of medicine, the delicate interactions and relationships between doctor and the patient are usually overlooked. In “Leech, Leech, Et Cetera”, Lewis Thomas kindly explains how patient care has developed in the past 50 years, using pathos and ethos examples. By referencing how definitions of medical words have been altered according to new discoveries, Thomas also clearly demonstrates that the medical profession is also transforming…

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    changes for the reactions of Mg in HCl (aq) and MgO (s) in HCl (aq) were determined experimentally, then added to that for the combustion of hydrogen gas to arrive at a value of –587 kJ/mol Mg. Compared with the accepted value of –601.8 kJ/mol Mg, our experimental error was 2.46%. Introduction In this investigation the change in enthalpy will be determined from the following equation: 2Mg + O2 ® 2MgO, but in an indirect manner. Magnesium metal burns with a bright extremely hot flame to…

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    The Old Lie: Dulce et Decorum Est Wilfred Owen had experienced first-hand the horrors of World War One, and watched as countless young lives were slaughtered believing “The old Lie: Dulce et decorum est” (27), that it was sweet and fitting to die for one’s country. He wrote the poem Dulce et Decorum Est to clearly refute the message espoused by many, that war is glorious, by bringing to life the horrors of warfare through vivid imagery. This was accomplished by exposing the gruesome conditions…

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    The war poet and war poetry in general were terms used firstly within context of the World War I.. From the beginning of the war times, poetry was written mostly by civilians, not by poets. Such poetry had no established identity. It was later, between 1914 and 1918 when this type of poetry acquired notion of genre, and so-called soldier-poets became a species. Enormous increase in writing poetry related to the war occurred. War poetry became very realistic, describing situation as it was…

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    Siegfried Sassoon shows the progression of a soldiers life in the trenches and the depression that follows, leading to his death through the text ‘’Suicide in the Trenches’’. Sassoon who is an ex-soldier presents his own views and knowledge as he retells the story of a naïve boy who through the futility and horror of war leads him to take his own life. The composer uses a contrasting and development of stanzas to show the change of character the soldier experiences. Sassoon creates an image of…

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    The First World War influenced a drastic, revolutionary changes in the poetry of the twentieth century. This transformation is evident from the works of popular war poets, like Siegfried Sassoon, Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Owen, among others, that the self-satisfied poetry of the recent past needed to be broken and they could not simply write poetry celebrating nature. War poetry captures the physical and emotional, brutal reality of the war, the pain, madness, and degradation of human kind. The…

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