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    “Ghost” Blue sees his fiancé with another man. In the last trilogy “Locked room” Sophie loses Fanshawe due to his disappearance. And in the end of the story Fanshawe is presumed dead. So…

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    In contrast to Tim O’Brien’s intent to add validity to his fictional account of the Vietnam War and its impacts by incorporating historical figures as characters, Auster inserts himself in order to analyze his direction in life. Siri and Daniel, the wife and son, respectively, of the real Paul Auster are introduced as the wife and son of the fictional Paul Auster, as well. Quinn envies the happy family, feeling “as though Auster were taunting him with the things he had lost” (157). As both…

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    change of countries becoming more industrialized has sped up the process of globalization in my opinion. The advances in all of these industrialized countries has made it easier to open market connections between countries. The only problem is there is always a positive and negative to things happening in the world. Also, everyone has their own opinion on how things are and whether it benefits them or fits their culture at all. Therefore, globalization has its positives and has it negatives…

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    one country to another country during the Veitnam War. Based off of Thanhha Lai's experience as a little girl during the Veitnam War and her first hand experiance, she was able to write this book. By writing this essay, I'm trying to show how Ha's life was like during and after the world. I will be using the following poems; "Last Respects", "Saigon is Gone",and "1976:Year Of The Dragon." I decided to pick those three poems because those poems best explain what had occured…

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    Stephen Ambrose, Ambrose informs us of Jefferson’s ideas westward expansion, and Ambrose gives a detailed account of how our country expanded. Jefferson had many great visions and he wasn’t afraid to share those ideas with our country. Jefferson wanted this country to thrive and be prosperous. Jefferson hired Lewis & Clark to explore the unknown land and document everything while on their journey, so America as we know it could proceed with westward expansion. Ambrose informed us about…

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    Iranians There were several things that I found interesting about Iranians. The first one according to the book was adultery is considered a great sin, and his harshly penalized. Cases of adultery are punishable with death by stoning (Hennon &Wilson, 268). I think that is harsh and cruel thing to do to a person because he or she committed a sin. The second thing was in Iran, marrying your relative is a normal thing to do. According to the book, endogamy has insured the accumulation of power and…

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    our world is today. Some people see globalization as a positive thing and other see it has a bad thing. I've been given 3 sources. In these paragraphs, I will be analyzing each source and then linking them all together and linking them all to globalization. In the first source, the main idea is that a traveler is stopped at a sign and has to decide whether to take the “silk route”or the “rather coarse woolen route”. If the signs are taken literally, it is saying that the silk road is very soft…

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    the United States, Abraham Lincoln, which his speech last for about two-minute that contains 272 words and it was on November 19, 1863, on the battlefield near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania with Edward Everett. The Abraham Lincoln speech was the most famous speeches in the history of the United States and was such a memorable speech for all people. His words were such an amazing with play a big role on the people on that period of time, and also had a huge effect on people. The purpose of his…

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    air pollution because most the pollutants are going into water because of cooling the nuclear reactor.Another one is low operating cost.It has a low operating cost because the things used are natural and are from dead animals in the environment. Another pro is a reliability to people and their homes.People need this reliability to heat their homes and see at night.One more pro is that it is a renewable resource.Even though it takes 100’s of years it is a renewable resource which means…

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    they live, their social status, child labor, and who threatens them. Lots of women are forced into marriage at a young age and have children before they reach 15. One of Malala’s friends, who wanted to become a doctor, was forced into this situation. This is why Malala is donating the Nobel Peace Prize money to the Malala Fund. She wants to build secondary schools for girls in underprivileged places. She says “this is where I begin, but not where I will stop.” (Yousafzai). She speaks on others…

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