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  • Dramatic Monologue

    Within a reality encircled of spiritual deaths and where the forces of time and death calls and lurks on their prey, is a man who lost himself in every sense. Among an industrialized dark world in which a reasonable sign of vivacity is seldom found, is the present time for the man who oughts to believe his mind and soul are rich in color. Yet in all sensibility, he too is a foreigner who lacks zeal for life- unknown to the outside world. The mysterious speaker in T.S Eliot’s “The Love Song of…

    Words: 2005 - Pages: 8
  • Haunted Joseph Fielding Smith: Is God A True Religion?

    I. Introduction According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, God is “the perfect and all-powerful spirit or being that is worshipped especially by Christians, Jews, and Muslims as the one who created and rules the universe.” “God” is a word, which has dominated cultural development and influenced the social structure of countries for centuries. In the context of the written language, the word “God” has an incredibly powerful connotation and connection to many across the globe. With such a…

    Words: 1958 - Pages: 8
  • Nuclear Weapons Cause Mass Destruction

    Nuclear weapons cause mass destruction, so why would they make the world a safer place? When a nuclear weapon is detonated the land around the explosion becomes unliveable due to radiation, not to mention all the buildings it demolishes. The following report will cover the creation of the bombs, their effects, who has them, if the technology is safe and if they should have ever been used. All of these topics have been researched using multiple different sources and websites to prove how accurate…

    Words: 1937 - Pages: 8
  • Why Is Hamlet's Soliloquy

    To Be Or Not To Be “A Discussion of Hamlet's Soliloquy” The play Hamlet is a very interesting play about a boy who finds a way to get revenge on his mother and his stepfather. I'm the play Hamlet has to find a way to kill his stepfather without getting caught. In Act three we get to see how Hamlet is starting to lose his mind. Also in this scene we get to see how Hamlet treats his girl Ophelia. In this act Hamlet starts to find more ways to try and kill his uncle Claudius. Also in this act…

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  • Dante's Journey To Hell In The Iliad

    Iliad, is an ancient Greek epic by homer. The epic sets by the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of the city of Troy by Greeks. The epic start with the events of argument about rage between Agamemnon, the king of Achaeans and Achilles, the great warrior of Achaeans. During the epic, Homer engages different type of gods including Zeus to make the epic special. During the war, there are many incidents happen among different characters including gods. On the other hand Dante, the divine comedy, is…

    Words: 2001 - Pages: 8
  • 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

    Damage of 1906 San Francisco Earthquake The residents of San Francisco were familiar with earthquakes, at least those earthquakes who would rattle windows and china cabinets and those who would do little to no damage. The earthquake of 1906 was the most catastrophic in California history, as well as the most destructive in United States history. The earthquake happened on April 18, 1906, at 5:15 a.m. when the ground shook violently for an average of 40 seconds. It was stated that the…

    Words: 2097 - Pages: 9
  • Self-Doubt About Myself

    “Self doubt” is something like myself and others, have experience in our life. In my early childhood, I remember I love to make art, to this day I still do. I had what a little kid had to make little art pieces; markers, watercolor, crayons, color pencils, and a lot of cheap dollar store office supplies. I had a big imagination as a child and I drew what I thought were my pride and joy, and at that age I knew I couldn’t do art for my future and I thought drawing won’t make a huge impact in my…

    Words: 1970 - Pages: 8
  • Myth Establishment Day

    "The world unfolds from but a glimmer lost in the halls of darkness. Crafted from the darkness into the light. The Commencement of the beginning of the end and to the end of the beginning shall the world finds its undoing." Cool and cloudless was the night. Stars flourished as scenes of mythology in the cosmos without a moon to outshine them. No boundary existed between the jagged land of the Norwegian Federation and the salty sea. Waves launched themselves into sprays as they crashed onto…

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  • Describe The Causes Of Depression

    describe. It’s a feeling of such intense hopelessness and loss unlike anything you can imagine or explain. In their book the Power of Hope, Anthony Scioli, Ph.D., and Henry Biller, Ph.D. define depression with a quote from Dante Alighieri’s Inferno. “A grief so deep the tongue must wag…

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  • Allison And Zelikow's Analysis

    in order to better protect itself from potential European aggression, in combination with Naval superiority. In 1892, France and Russia entered a mutual defense treaty. Germany, the Austrian Empire, and Italy tied their fates together in the Triple Alliance. These alliances were essentially built on the belief that if power was in rough parity and victory was unlikely, aggression was less likely. The resulting actions bear close resemblance to Jervis’ description of the spiral model, which…

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