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    Fight Song Life is filled with problems, and we overcome all of it. “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten was released in 2014. This song led our society to notice her. It reached No. 7 on the billboard in August (Lindner par.4) and have 230 million views as of yesterday. Fight song express the bits of reality in our lives. The song is still some of our citizen’s jam. This song is more than uplifting for someone because of its powerful lyrics and never-give-up messages (Lindner par.3). This song can be a small push when we are having rough time (Veronica par.1). Fight Song gave inspiration to many people. In our society people have problems that they believe they cannot take anymore and give up on it and being depressed, this song tells you it is not true. Fight Song was an explosion for Rachel. “I might only have one match / But I can make an explosion” (line 7-8). This song was her match in her music career until today. The song portrayed her different emotions such as “anger, loss confusion” (Lindner par.3) that we wouldn’t see otherwise. Rachel mentioned that Fight Song is her story, “her struggles, rejections from recording labels, closed door, and the tiny voices…

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    In this essay, I am going to analyze and compare the following poems, " I Wanna Be Yours" by John Cooper Clarke and "Fight Song" By Rachel Platten. Although they both cover different topics, they are both effective. "I Wanna Be Yours" talks about the strong feelings towards the poets loved one whereas "Fight Song" talks about never giving up no matter how low, lost or hurt you feel. I believe "Fight Song" is more compelling than "I Wanna Be Yours" according to the use of personification,…

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    Music, for me, is a way to express how I feel, when I cannot think of the words myself. There are many songs in this world that touch me, but one certain song hits me hard. “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten has an extreme impact on me and there is a little story behind it. On December 24, 2013 my aunt, Brenda Cost, was diagnosed with B Cell lymphoma. This news shook the world for the entire family. Brenda has always been the rock of the family. She was always the one to prepare Thanksgiving…

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    For me, Rachel Platten’s single “Fight Song” is what brings me those beautiful things. I first heard the song during the spring of my junior year and it has been on my playlist ever since. I love the song’s relatability to my life through its lyrics and how it has pushed me to strive for what I want in life, despite the odds against me. While the song has only been around for only a few months, its words have made a profound impact on my life, personally and academically, and have accurately…

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    In 1968, the Marching Tar Heels of the University of North Carolina (UNC) released a 7-inch 33 ½ rpm record consisting of eight school songs including “Here Comes Carolina,” “Carolina Fight Song,” and UNC’s alma mater “Hark the Sound.” Past UNC students wrote and composed over half of the fight songs featured on the album, and the student marching band performs the same songs today, nearly five decades later. In fact, the band and fans conclude each game with “Hark the Sound,” linking arms and…

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    Roles Of World War II And Propaganda

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    of the world, such as the Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, and Japan; and the Allied Powers: France, Britain, and Russia. On December 7, 1941, America would join the Allies after Japan attacked Hawaii’s coast at Pearl Harbor, Oahu. The war was a terrible fight; however, the fight wasn’t just fought on land, air, or water. There was a more subtle fight being fought by the Axis and Allied government’s movie makers and poster designers. These men and women played an important role in drawing up…

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    Comes up to the missionary saying that “he would not do any harm to him if he were to just go back to his house and leave us alone… but this shrine which he built must be destroyed. We shall no longer allow it in our midst. I t has bred untold abominations and we have to come to put an end to it.” (Achebe, 176) This is showing that the people judged and disliked the white men pretty much because of the past and what has happened. In though Mr. Brown seem to start to build some…

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    Think about this, you would have two lives to live as a completely different person. You would have to keep up good grades, make some money to live on, support your family in one life, then save people, fight crime, and kill villains in the other life. It would be way to overwhelming for me.      To fight crime, Peter needs a costume and a mask of some sort to hide his identity. He is a pretty good artist and draws his costume that he wants. Since Peter doesn’t have much…

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    has been destroying his kingdom. Instead of having his men join him in battle he sends them off so that he may fight the Dragon alone and not risk other’s lives. After the Dragon is defeated he asks that all the spoils go to all those in the kingdom so that could prosper. Destroying the presence of evil in the kingdom of Heorot was an exceptional feet, but what makes Beowulf stand out is his purpose. He fought, neither for the glory nor riches, but for the sake of the people. This quality alone…

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    less';(1.1.100-101). Out of pride and anger, Lear banishes Cordelia and splits the kingdom in half to the two evil sisters, Goneril and Regan. This tragic flaw prevents King Lear from seeing the truth because his arrogance overrides his judgement. Lear’s arrogance also causes him to lose his most faithful servant, Kent. In addition, in the first act, Lear’s arrogance causes him to refuse to listen to Kent’s plea to look deeper into the true hearts of his two eldest daughters.…

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