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    Hard Times is a novel written by Charles Dickens which judge the English society and tells us about the social and economic pressures of the 19th century. Hard Times is a Victorian novel and is very realistic. Victorian novels bring about realism in literature. Dickens novels are realistic depiction of Victorian society like class consciousness, rapid urbanization, poverty, child labor etc. Dickens talk about love, aspiration, human passion and Hard Times is a novel written by Charles Dickens which judge the English society and relationships in his novels and they usually have a strong moral message. Victorian age is a period of peace and prosperity since no major wars happened however the flipped side of Victorian era was very ugly. In Hard Times, the story is set in a fictional industrial town, called Coketown. Mainly Dickens' novels depicted life like and real like characters, situations and issues, they were taken out from the daily life of Londoners. Hard Times satires on the rich class, the utilitarian who believe that what they did is fully right if they are useful or if it is for the benefit of the majority. They have no interest in individualism and imagination, they focus only on facts alone and they did not encourage any sort of entertainment and fancy. Charles Dickens use many flat characters to let us know about the realistic conditions of the people living in the Victorian era. And his languages changes depending on who the narrator is depending upon the age,…

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    one soldier was able to find hope and encouragement, even when surrounded by this world of human barbarity. In the poem, “In Flanders Fields”, John McCrae uses symbolism, diction, and imagery to send a message to his fellow veterans of World War I that life is brief and, despite the horrors of their previous experience, life can be enjoyed and filled…

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    War is brutal; it brings death, sadness, and destruction. In Henry Reed’s poem “Naming of Parts” and John A McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields”. The authors convey a soldier’s reaction of war. Although the stories contain obvious difference, it is the similarities that are significant. Both poems are differ in setting and tone. In “Naming of Parts”, the setting is in a classroom where a military instructor is giving a lecture on “parts” of a rifle and showing the new recruits the firing…

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    A More Compelling Case While both are well known, Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen is not nearly as renowned as John McCrae's In Flanders Fields. Despite being the less popular, Owen's account of World War II is significantly more compelling. For many reasons Dulce et Decorum Est is the superior poem. For example, Owen's ability to implement skillful analogies far exceeds that of McCrae. While McCrae's infamous lines “To you from failing hands we throw / The torch” (McCrae 11-12)…

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    Since post WW1, the conflict between Walloon and Flemish people rose to a top. Racism in two different places will be comparing these by three stages: Background, the beginning, and the conflict. At the 1830s, Belgium is constructed by two ethnic groups: Flanders and Walloons. Same as Rwanda, Walloons as the minority group have got support from French troops to have majority power in Belgium government. Walloon’s living area—Southern Belgium is participated industrial revolution brings Belgium…

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    The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe is a portrait of a woman 's life from birth to death. The novel is supposedly based in fact, and possibly even loosely based off the real life female criminal Moll King (Howson 167). Stylistically, it 's written as an autobiography of the vivacious Moll Flanders, detailing the adventures her extravagant, action-packed, and dramatic story. Defoe uses his title character to explore identity, morality, and ethics through the…

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    on table 11.1, very few women worked in what were considered “men’s fields.” These fields consisted of civil engineers, auto mobile and mechanical, and dentistry field. In contrast, women tended to work as registered nurses, kindergarten and preschool teachers. Over the past 30 years, more women have migrated into what were once considered men’s jobs, but for most fields, these numbers are still statistically low. According to the U.S.…

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    Summary: The dad left the family so they brought in a crazy man from the mental hospital to work on their fields it was suggested by the neighbours but they didn’t think the mom would actually go do that. After a few weeks Emaline and her mom enjoyed the crazy man’s company. Introduction: The family lives on a farm that has been around for generations. The father of Emaline owns it, for his father passed it on to him. Emaline’s dad never wanted to be a farmer; he wanted to work on the…

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    Algebra1 Unit 4 Analysis

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    In this essay it will explain about the similarities and differences between two units of Algebra 1, Unit 2 and Unit 4. Between Unit 2 and Unit 4 there are many similarities and differences in their lessons. In Unit 2 its lessons were based off of equalities, or equations, and in Unit 4 it is based off of inequalities. There are three main related lessons between these two units and they are, one-step equations to solving inequalities with addition and subtraction, multi-step equations to…

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    alongside Cesar Chavez and hundreds of other protesters outside the Delano, California vineyards. The rays of the burning sun, searing their skin were the least of their concerns. Protesters were there to proclaim justice for all the farm workers that had been denied the right for proper working conditions in the fields. Bertha Silva came from a Mexican decedent, her parents moved to Delano, California when she was the age of 11. Soon after arriving, the family started working in the grape…

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