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    young Melvyn 'Mel' Lorne House (b 1938) buys the land, Oak cottage and other buildings from Blackshaw. House's cottages or “House's House" for some, becomes Rock Garden Camp. Mel is from MacTier south of the lake. The rental cottages' names are after trees: Cedar, Elm, Oak, Evergreen, Pine, Spruce and Maple. Old summer residents, such as Nelson Bushnell were a little “exercised” as the camp to its form for they didn't want to have to look at it from Phoenix Is. 1959 Mr. House, as he was getting…

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    The Power of a House In the 1950s, in America, the definition of American dream changed as homeownership became an essential part of it. This still stands true today as many immigrants dream of one day saving enough money to buy a house for their family. Through the years, a house has become to symbolize stability, comfort, and even happiness. A house is simply a building of habitation but the more time one lives in it, an attachment develops. This attachment can be attributed to the sense of…

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    A Doll House

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    In Ibsen’s “A Doll House,” the act of pretending to be someone else seems to be the name the game. The characters falsely portray their true selves so that others can like them in the public. The story exemplifies the everyday spirited trophy wife, Nora, to that of a self-empowering woman. To her husband Torvald, she is a loving wife. However, unbeknownst to him, her persona shifts to that of a resilient and liberated woman. The first impression of Nora is of a respectful and yet…

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    Doll House

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    Not many artists can create a song that has a great tune and catchy lyrics, while also being somewhat dark, but Melanie Martinez's Dollhouse is all of this and much more. Dollhouse was Melanie Martinez's debut song after competing in The Voice. It mostly has an AABB rhyme, with outlying lines that have no rhyme throughout the song. Dollhouse talks about a young girls dollhouse and its inhabitants, a perfect-seeming family with many issues. The song is narrated by the daughter in the family of…

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    important things that make you stable in your life is having a house, which is your kingdom in life, where getting a comfortable dwelling makes your life simple and easy nor marred by volatility. So what do you prefer when you think of the housing Is it to rent Or is it ... buy a house? The following is an account of the advantages and disadvantages of each: renting and buying. The advantages of renting: •sometimes renting a house is the perfect solution for pre-marriage, with the high…

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    He stood in front of the house, taking a moment to just admire the view of it from the driveway. For five million, he hadn't been sure what to expect, he'd never bought a house before but standing here, just taking in the view, Samuel Anderson had to admit, it was money well spent. The driveway was all interlocking stone and brick, sanded down and smoothed out, a rainbow of different colors leading up to the clean, white painted house. A garden had already been planted out front, a pleasing…

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    that is a month late because we don’t have the kind of money our landlords want. But a way to get rid of these problems is to come to Hull House it's an escape from the stress. Created only a few years ago in 1889, Hull House was created to help the common person. If you just moved to America and are struggling to survive in those awful tenement buildings, Hull House is open to help you out. Jane Addams and her friend Ellen Starr have created this place for people to get the help they need. When…

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    Looking for Affordable Student Houses Close to Campus Education is the most important gift a parent can give to a child. It is the only thing that can be called a valuable investment which a parent can die comfortably knowing that the child can survive all alone in this harsh world. It is therefore not something negotiable in the current world bearing in mind that the current situation demands knowledgeable people to survive in it. Education is expensive, that is something unavoidable but…

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    A Doll's House Metaphors

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    A Doll’s House Essay A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen, is of the best-known plays that displays modern and realistic prose drama. The play demonstrates a bold exposition of the hypocrisy and the struggle within a seemingly happy marriage. Appearances and reality, as well as betrayal and deception, are key discussions from A Doll’s House. Throughout the book, Ibsen used metaphors for crafting, plot sequences, and character blocking for emphasis of the themes. The chasm between appearances and…

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    Men Supremacy A Doll’s House is a play written by Henrik Ibsen that shows how poorly women were treated during the Victorian Era. A Doll’s House is a realistic story that describes the relationship between men and women at that time. Its purpose was to define the role of women. Also to show how appearance and societal norms affect families and the way people act. In this play, Torvald the main character calls his wife, Nora, childish nicknames like little, my squirrel, and my skylark. He does…

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