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  • Literary Analysis Of Anthem, By Ayn Rand

    It is a sin to write and read the following. It shows the ways in which the character, Equality 72521 from the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, and how he was not in by any means wrong in writing what he had written. The following will go through the community, himself, and finally his independence from the community and his “brothers” of his old life. The community is the words you hear most often when talking about an environment. It’s one of those words we are all taught when we were younger about…

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  • The Arnold Friend: The Character Of Arnold Friend

    She spends her summer daydreaming about them but finds that “all the boys fell back and dissolved into a single face that was not even a face, but an idea…” (Oates 292). It is this very idea that Arnold embodies in her mind. Arnold has many strange traits, but no defining characteristics of his own. Everything about him, from the way he dresses, “which was the way all of them…

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  • Argumentative Speech On Face's Beauty

    when you accomplished all your homework and showed them proudly to your parents? How many of us keep in our memory the happy faces of our loved ones? Conversely, do any of us remember not doing school homework before going to play or watch TV and one of our loved ones caught us in the middle of such disobedience? Do we remember what happened next? Do we remember the face our parent showed to us? Because we failed following rules or morals that our parents told us to follow, did they stop…

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  • Benedick Character Analysis Essay

    Benedick says “God keep your Ladyship still in that mind, so some gentleman or other shall ‘scape a predestinate scratched face.” And with that she replies “Scratching could not make it worse an ‘twere such a face as yours were.” (A1; S1; L 131-135). Feeling maybe a little insulted she goes to say that scratching on ones face would be an improvement compared to looking at a face such as his. She is very feisty and ill-hearted to him in the beginning because of a hinted past that they have had…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Year Was Insane

    This year was insane. As I reflect upon my year, it still astounds me that I managed to muddle through. It was calming knowing I had a few laudable and precocious mentors to help guide me through this year, for which they nearly made up for the actions of those inexorable people. Aside from the incompetent and avid acquaintances, many factors made this inscrutable place a little less scary. I can’t speak for others, but I loved this year, and truly wonder how I will be able to leave such…

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  • Write A Narrative Essay About Moving Away

    Life has a way of continuing, of moving on without you, if you let it. Time keeps ticking, the earth keeps spinning and somehow, you keep breathing. Even when the world falls around you and buries you, you still breathe. Eventually, you get back up or face the alternative. Once upon a time, I wanted the alternative, but it wasn’t meant to be. And now I knew why. She was beautiful. Simply beautiful, as if that one single word could even come close to describing what I felt when I looked at her.…

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  • Character Analysis Of Connie In 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'

    Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” exhibits much less of a confident role in the story as the pages turn. Connie’s character is an example of a person who flaunts false confidence in any reasonably comfortable situation, only to drop it all in the face of danger. Connie is not what you would expect from a major character and ultimately pays for her over abundance of false confidence in the final pages of the story. The transition from confidence to terror can be measured as Arnold Friend…

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  • Amelie Movie Analysis

    Moving out from her parents’ house on her own in the city she developed new habits that heightened her awkwardness and uniqueness such as, dipping her hands in one of the bags of grain every time she went to the market and looking back to people’s faces in the dark when she went to the movies. Lastly, she found a box that was hidden within the concrete of her bathroom which contained childhood souvenirs from a man that used to live in her apartment and had left it there. She proceeded to look…

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  • Exposure And Does It Matter Analysis

    How do poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon present their ideas of war in their poems, Exposure and Does It Matter? Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon are two famous war time poets, who conveyed their first-hand experiences of war through the form of poems to enlighten people towards the reality of war, as shown in “Exposure” and “Does It Matter?”. Exposure is an emotionally powerful poem that expresses the reality of the brutal weather conditions that were endured by the soldiers in the…

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  • Nurse Personal Statement

    my palms damp with sweat. There it was, staring me in the face. My placement test results. In black and white it read, “Enroll in College Algebra or Pre-Calculus.” I couldn’t believe what I was seeing! Was this correct? How could this be accurate when six months previously, I had tested below average? My head spun with emotions as I took my results and walked to the Butler advising office. I sat there with a blank stare on my face as the short haired lady, sitting behind the desk,…

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