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    That is one of the main reasons why I would want to make him proud and graduate college with a nursing degree. I’ve always wanted to become a nurse for as long as I can remember. On the other hand, my mother was born in the United States and grew up in Paterson, New Jersey, she attended high school here as well and did really well in school. She had gotten a full ride to Kean University but ended up taking a year off. In her year off she met my father, got married a little after at the age of nineteen and had me at the age of twenty. My mother wish she had gone to school when she had the opportunity to but she doesn’t regret anything because she had my siblings and I. My mother then realized what she and my dad were making at the time was not cutting it for the bills and decided to follow her dreams and go back to college. My mother went to a community college and after a couple years became a nurse. My mother is my biggest…

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    my last college because of financial issues. During my search for online schools, I came across SUNY Empire State College. After looking more into the college, I felt that this would be a great choice of a college to continue and finish off my undergraduate degree. I chose SUNY Empire State College because I like that there are options to take classes online, on campus or a combination of both. Being able to take online classes to finish my degree are helpful and convenient because I would have…

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    Symbol Example from story Importance Act 1: Nature “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.”- Lady Macbeth (Act 1 scene 5 line 72-73) “The air nimbly and sweetly recommends itself unto our gentle sense.” - King Duncan (Act 1, Scene 6, Line 1-2) “... heaven’s breath smells wooingly here.” - Banquo (Act 1, Scene 6, Line 6-7) All of these lines compare Macbeth to something in nature. Lady Macbeth’s line says that Macbeth needs to look like a flower but really be a snake deep…

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    For example, in her poem “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson writes “Because I could not stop for Death / He kindly stopped for me- / The Carriage held but…

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    Although, “distance learning” has become more popular over the years, community college students are getting younger and universities are shirking. Nevertheless, the social, experiences that colleges and vocational schools provide are paramount to any online universities. Because of face-to-face interaction with students, teachers, and “hands-on” experience when, “preparing for a career”. Interacting with other students can determine how successful you are in college. Most instructors will have…

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    John calls death a lowlife in stanza ten , whose fate is determined by calamity, and sick people, nevertheless "power comes from being able to control something." Here death is the one being controlled by other outside forces that have power over how and when death can do its work. He compares death to charms and drugs, in the same way, those things "make us sleepe as well." This is the imagery of death, its not permanently because John says, it is," a short sleep and when everyone wake,…

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    in and how it influenced their style of writing. Emily Dickinson is a poet who wasn’t discovered during her lifetime but has some of the most amazing work. Her writings seems to possess possible connections to her life as well as give the readers beautiful images. Although her work wasn’t discovered until after her life she was still an amazing poet who knew how to use language. Emily Dickinson was never in the lime light for her writing, instead she had a rather bland life. She was born on…

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    Death can be a hard pill to swallow, but it is part of our natural life cycle. At some point in our lives we will ponder our own inevitable death. Someone who embraces death believes it is simply another period in their lives. Emily Dickinson welcomes death in her poem, “Because I Could Not Stop for Death”, like a suitor calling on her for an outing. Dickinson visualizes death as a customary carriage ride. On the other hand, many individuals are not willing to let go and believe they must stick…

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    through a non-traditional perspective. While nature in poetry is often portrayed as being beautiful, peaceful, and essentially flawless, in this poem Dickinson intends for the audience to view nature from a different perspective. The entirety of the poem follows with a sad, dull tone while describing nature on a cold, windy, and cloudy day. Dickinson is careful to emulate aspects of a cloudy day to the facets of human life including snowflakes, the wind, and Mother Nature herself. The…

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    Like many of her poems, Dickinson puts a distinct rhyme scheme in place. However in this poem, Dickinson establishes the A-B-C-B rhyme scheme in the second stanza and continues it within the third and fourth stanzas. Something to notice is that this distinct rhyme scheme is not maintained throughout the final stanza, nor is it introduced in the first stanza. If the pattern had been placed in the unconventional stanzas, the second line should rhyme with the fourth line, but this is not the case…

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