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    because they want to punish the officers for revenge. “Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital for the Criminal Insane” is written by Etheridge Knight. Hard Rock is…

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    Hard rock is a variation of rock and roll music that is highly amplified and usually rhythmically simple (“hard-rock”). This genre of music exists in partnership with other forms of rock and roll, such as garage rock, psychedelic rock, punk, and grunge music. These forms of music are under the umbrella term “Hard rock” in order to distinguish them from more radio-friendly music like pop rock ("Hard Rock"). Hard rock is intensely subjective to blues music. Traditional rock and roll is influenced…

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    ACDC was a rock band formed in 1973 during the postmodern era. It was considered one of the best loved bans. The band consists of Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Stevie Young, Chris Slade, Cliff Williams, Bon Scott, Malcolm Young, and Phil Rudd. Although, the first members were Angus and Malcolm young who are brothers. They formed the band when they moved to Australia. The band is known as a hard rock band or blues rock. Their band had the most effect on the music world for many reasons. Their…

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    He had actually tricked me to the right corner. How could he do that, I was his best friend! Surely he didn’t do it to get me mad. That had to be it, I decided to just laugh it off and play a little joke on him. So when I walked out of my square around the the court, I picked up a little rock, turned to Nick, said “How could you get me out, haha”, and tossed a rock at him thinking I was being funny. Once it hit, I started laughing, Unfortunately, I had “tossed” it a little too hard. He clenched…

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    It can be something that is literally indelible based on past experiences. In Etheridge Knight’s “Hard Rock Returns to Prison” it is exemplified that some people can go through a metamorphosis from one echelon of being an outsider to another, but nonetheless never losing the title. The main character Hard Rock “was known to not take no shit from nobody, and he had the scars to prove it”(Knight 194). Essentially, he has been in the jail scene for a while-this fact alone makes him automatically…

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    His poem, “Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital for the Criminal Insane” addresses the fear that one can endure when incarcerated; fear of others, and others’ fear of you. In the poem, Hard Rock is physically large and emotionally resilient convict, who the others admire because of his tough attitude. But prior to an incident during which he bites a guard and gives him syphilis, Hard Rock is lobotomized and forced to endure electro-shock therapy, after which he, “Just grinned and looked…

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    Found texts are comprised of various genres that contain a plethora of categories, but in particular, receipts. Receipts have increasingly gained recognition over time for a multitude of reasons. Similarly to greeting cards, receipts have a formulaic appearance which makes them recognizable and visible to the public eye. A receipt obtained from Hard Rock Cafe resembled the pieces by Dennis Baron, Roland Barthes, and David Levy. Receipts have become a powerful measure of determining emotional,…

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    The book Between Rock and A Hard Place by Aron Ralston is a story about a man who was on a hike in Utah and fell down a shallow canyon and got his arm pinned to the canyon wall by a large boulder and being trapped for 127 hours before making his big move to escape the canyon. Three points that are very important in this book are character development, foreshadowing and imagery that relates the the books main point of choices lead to survival. There are many thoughts and decisions that Aron…

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    of people and it was super crowded, The Bean which was an enormous mirror constructed to resemble a bean, and finally, we played our performance at a museum. I was hesitant and I felt that I wasn’t going right, but it was actually amusing. After our performance, we went to The Rainforest Cafe, where I had an outstanding burger to the point where I needed some for everywhere I went, and I took a selfie with the frogman that was there. We went back to the hotel after this, and I fell asleep right…

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    The book Between a Rock and a Hard Place is a true story about how the author, Aron Ralston, was forced to self-amputate in order to survive. Aron Ralston had to endure frigid hours, alone, trapped in a canyon. After waiting several days Ralston was forced to overcome this obstacle by cutting off his arm. Although Ralston had to fight for his life because of a climbing accident he continues to do what he loves- climb. The strong will and perseverance of Ralston has inspired and influenced the…

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