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    ones we love c. Jonas from The Giver must protect his baby brother from harm in his own society at the end of the book by running away with him d. I babysit a lot. I have to be responsible with the child. “What I wouldn’t have given to the see the Eiffel Tower one day! But even though Nancy Drew is rich, she…

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    Crime In America

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    Her heels were higher than the Eiffel Tower and skirt shorter than a sentence fragment. School was never her thing. She had nowhere to go once she reached the legal age for the orphanage she called home. Her was mother a drug addict and her father an alcoholic, with no other family in…

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    Louvre Persuasive Essay

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    The Louvre, also know as the beholder of history, is one of the most illustrious tourism sites in the world. The Louvre is located in Paris, France and encloses some the most eminent pieces of art ever constructed. Founded in 1792, the Louvre is composed of preeminent works of art including the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Liberty Leading the People, and The Raft of Medusa. Before the Louvre was founded it served as palace for approximately two centuries. It accommodated many noble figures of…

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    How Is Artistry Justified

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    All throughout society, the truth has been manipulated and altered for the positive benefit of many different groups worldwide. Hitler was a master at this art as he manipulated the people of Germany into believing that the Jews were evil, resulting in the deaths of millions of Jews in World War II. But artistry can also be used for the benefit of groups supporting the common good as well. As shown, artistry can have a positive and negative impact when used correctly. Although, Artistry is only…

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    In Christophe Ena’s photograph, “France Trump Inauguration Protest,” he utilizes pathos-heavy rhetoric to argue for equal rights for women and minorities. On January 21, 2017, millions of women and men marched peacefully in protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. What began as a Facebook page dedicated to a Women’s March on Washington, D.C. quickly grew into a worldwide march for women, minority, and immigrant civil rights (Hartocollis, Alcindor). Ena’s photograph captures the protest…

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    Grammy award winning R&B artist, Adele, conquered the billboards with the number one album ‘21’, selling over million copies. Her most popular song on the album is “Someone like you”, which tells the story of her previous lover. Though she wants nothing but the best for her ex, she prays he remembers the good in the relationship. This soulful song lures in people with situations similar to hers, such as; having to move on from a break up when your heart doesn’t want to and staying strong in…

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    Modern Realism

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    Realism was a mid 19th century art movement led by Gustave Courbet. It directly challenged the traditional conventions of academic art. Considered the father of Realism, he was an inspiration for many artists who would follow in Courbet’s defiance of artistic tradition. Specifically, realism sought to reject…

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    Mme Loisel In The Necklace

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    Mme Loisel is a character from the short story ‘The Necklace’. In the story she is described in many different ways, she can be charming but can also be an envious person. She can also be a greedy and eager woman that likes to look rich. The story is set in ‘La Belle époque’ - French for ‘The Beautiful Era’. ‘La Belle époque’ was in contrast with WW1 which followed on from then . It was a period of time characterised by economy and regional peace especially in Paris. Until WW1 came along. ‘La…

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    Rafaella Espin Mrs. Baker IB English HL- Period 2 11 January 2015 Anna Karenina Scavenger Hunt The French Language Tolstoy incorporates the use of French language in Anna Karenina in many ways for various reasons. Throughout the entire novel, many of the protagonists state random words or phrases in French. Tolstoy particularly starts this trend at the beginning of the novel to establish the character’s social status and educated background. The establishment of supremacy throughout the…

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    Some people say that telling the truth does more harm than good; yet if someone went around asking people whether they would want to know the truth rather than a lie most people’s answer would be truth. But why is this? Yes, the truth can bring peacefulness to one’s mind, but at the same time it can destroy a person completely. In “The Jewelry”, by Guy de Maupassant, through the marriage and death of M. Lantin’s first wife the reader sees the pros and cons of M. Lentin realizing the truth about…

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