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    At first glance, it could easily be said that Father Bobby is a Socratic man. For example, he was a father figure to a lot of boys in the community and he tried to keep them out of trouble. In a way, he was like a God. He had such a love for the people in the community and viewed all of the children as his own. There was one in particular, Lorenzo Carcaterra who completely adored Father Bobby. Lorenzo came from an abusive household with an abusive father. It was only natural that he would cling to a man who appeared to have a strong heart, not a cowardly one. There was one incident where Father Bobby came to the Juvenile Detention Center to see how Lorenzo was doing. Lorenzo tells Father Bobby everything that’s been going on, besides the fact that they’re getting raped by the guards. He trusts Father Bobby with almost everything, that’s why they have…

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    Switching life styles or even a small change can cause many new traits and you have to desire much perseverance.During The Call Of The Wild Buck was taken out of his lovely home and had to work much harder, he did not have a choice and got hurt physically a lot. In Contrast my dad switched jobs and had to learn how to control his new life and find time for everything, without getting too stressed. While my Dad and Buck are very different, there experience are kinda the same. They had to learn…

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    When I think of successful people, my name had always failed to cross my mind. What had I done, or what could I ever do, to make myself worthy of holding such an honorable character trait? As it turns out, I have managed to surprise myself. It’s difficult to discuss these changes without sounding pompous or self-righteous, but I’ve come to find a great joy in reflecting on where I came from and where I stand today. Truly, I had never expected to attend college let alone fall in love with a…

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    I have conducted an interview with a sixty-two-year-old nurse to develop a better understanding of non-sharable problems and of rationalization. I was surprised with the understanding of these terms my interviewee had without really hearing the terms used often in her life. She told me of encounters she has had personally with rationalization and non-sharable problems, and she also told me of stories of co-workers and friends who faced similar issues. The main thing I took away from the…

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    Cheating Argument Essay

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    Technology today is a great assistant for many daily tasks to people all over the world. It can be used for anything as simple as looking up directions to get somewhere to getting research to help create a presentation. The Internet helps display information that has been posted by people all over the world with a wide range of knowledge. Part of the reason it is so great is because it is easily accessed. The Internet is becoming more and more commonly used in the learning environment, and…

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    Awakening into the reality that is “the real world” can be rough and turbulent. Adolescents go through significant phases in their journey of figuring out who they are and how they fit into the fabric of everyday life. The first one being the naive phase; this is where we believe we know everything there is to know. This is the stagnant phase where we cannot see change and think about forever in the most literal sense. Second is the turbulent phase; where we find ourselves rebelling to anything…

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    Hamlet's Humanity Humanity is described to be the human race in their accordance or the societal factors made to determine one's humanness. Humanity in itself is subjective, its standards changing from one mind to another's. In all, humanity is the general reality that is established by the plentiful minds of different clusters of individuals and the individuals thereof. Hamlet, the vigilant and realistic protagonist, explains the flawed humanity that surrounds him. He sees the flawed perfection…

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    In Death of a Salesman there is a large amount of false hope present throughout the entire film. Linda provides the support her family needs in order for them to all stay together, even if the things she supported were not true. She supported her husband, and two sons even as they were lost and disorganized. Linda’s support toward her family leads the audience to recognize the theme of lost identity. Throughout the film Linda’s positive attitude influences Willy, Biff, and Happy. Willy’s…

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    In John Collier’s “The Chaser,” differing view of Alan Austen and the old man about "true love" are conveyed through motivate, perspective, and foreshadowing. Alan Austen is a young and naive man with his biased views on life while the unnamed old man has experience through his age and occupation. In the short story "true love" has contrasting meaning dependent on the point of view. Mr. Austen's motive can be seen as soon as he enters the old man's domain. He enters with his intention in hand,…

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    Critical Touchdown! The running back number 4 showboating in the end zone accompanied by the opposing team’s safety glaring. An uplifting crowd erupted from small silver bleachers. My mom came to one of my games for once, and I was happy as I saw her. Dad was also over there. He was constantly the one who accompanied me to my games. I jogged all over the football field looking for my mother and father. My shadow was the only thing that tracked behind my developed fifteen-year-old body. At the…

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