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    Ripped apart by its teeth, he screams in pain. He wishes you 'd just go away, he begs and pleas, let me be. He has been in your grip for far too long he thinks. He wonders how do I escape, is it even a possibility? The thoughts are overwhelming as your teeth sink deeper. He gives you a glorious smile, as a salty tear falls onto his quivering lips. The blood of the innocent drips on the cold floor, you laugh as he lies dead between your horrid grasp. Society is cruel at times, and significantly…

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    Pop Art Analysis

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    necessary to first look at the pre-pop era. This era occurred during the 1950s. During this time, two prominent artists, Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, stepped outside the dominant technique of abstract expressionism. Both of them drew inspiration from Marcel Duchamp who challenged the concept of art through his ready-mades, however, their individual approaches differed. Johns’ technique was to paint or sculpt trivial objects and to make them appear abstract (Osterwold, 85). In contrast…

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    Canning, Kate Revolution of 1800 The Revolution of 1800 started when a decision had to be made by the United States citizens: “Who is going to be president?”. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson went head-to-head to competed for ‘America’s favorite’ during the election. Federalists were concerned that Jefferson “would give more power to the sates, dismantle the army and navy, and overturn Hamilton’s financial system”(Digital History). The Republicans felt that the Federalists showed “contempt for…

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    Gilded Age Research Paper

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    The Gilded Age, an era in American history filled with superficial success based off the constant grind of the working class, mass corruption, and an overall disregard for the living conditions of the common man. With industrialization booming, European immigration at a high, and an increase in urbanization, there was little concern over potential health and environmental hazards. Factories forced their workers to work long hours in unsafe conditions with few breaks and for little pay. Cities…

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    Caring for an Infant: The Challenges and Perks of Relative Care Infants and young children have extra emotional needs and by fully understanding these needs, most of our troubles in dealing with them will be settled. This specifically applies to dealing with the infant’s attachment needs and the possible effects of separating them from their parents. Gone are the days that only a mother can truly take care of her baby. Anyone of us is capable of providing these youngsters the adequate…

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    Hobbes Vs. Rousseau

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    In this paper, I will be analyzing and explaining the way that Hobbes and Rousseau’s ideas regarding the national condition of human beings differ. In my exegesis, I will be discussing how in Leviathan (ch. 13), Hobbes takes a stance regarding egoism, the idea that man always acts in their own interest. I will also be discussing the fact that Rousseau is fundamentally opposed to the ideas in which Hobbes presents. Rousseau believes that society taints the fundamental core beliefs of mankind. I…

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    Adam Diaz Professor Powers March 24,2018 English 115 City of Thieves Literary Analysis Have you ever been so hungry that you thought about changing your diet to humans, well in this Novel City of Thieves by David Benioff it takes place on New Year’s Eve in Leningrad, Russia during World War II. In this Novel Benioff combines friendship, fear, trust, and absurdity by using Lev and Kolya to show you how the war is traumatizing and shows compared to us and our everyday struggles it makes us…

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    Wyatt Swanson. The Scarlet Letter Main Theme Essay 10/8/17 Hawthorne’s Scarlet letter is considered by many to be a masterpiece. His writing eloquently describes his setting and characters. And because of this eloquence he is able to progress the story beautifully with many allusions, analogies and themes. Some are bitterly obvious some you have to search for a bit more. The book first published came out about ten years before the American Civil war, meaning during a time of extreme…

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    Sukhi Akter Pr. John Remarek Sub: Language and composition Group: Topaz 7th December 2017 Caged Bird Caged bird means his feet are bound and he is thrown in a cage. He does not have any power for flying. In the poem Maya Angelou says that in the world many birds are living in the lockup and they can’t live by their wish. They always can’t think that they will go to anywhere. In the cage they sing something in their mind that if they could go out of this cage they can fly and they can live…

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    Pride and Prejudice is one of the most famous romance novels of all time. It centers on the representation of society, manners, marriage, and love in 19th century England. Author, Jane Austen, tells the convoluted love story of Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy and describes the challenges it takes for the two of them to receive their happy ending. Elizabeth is the protagonist of the story and plays a pivotal role in the plot because she is a round and dynamic character, has a variety of…

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