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    “Morning Morgantown” by Joni MItchells Lyrics that explain how a teen views the day? What more could someone want?! Joni Mitchell’s song, “Morning Morgantown” goes further with not only insight on a teenager’s point of view, but also proficiently made a song with a sweet melody and harmony, and musings of Joni’s own days as a teenager. I chose to use “Morning Morgantown” because I appreciate the artist Joni Mitchell, and think that this song is still relatable. Joni Mitchell has never specified where the inspiration for her song, “Morning Morgantown” came from but it has been speculated that it was written about Morgantown WV, because this town seems so sleepy and quiet. This song relays what happens throughout the day through the eyes of a teenager. This song…

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    Joni Mitchell has been an influential force in the music industry for more than five decades. Releasing 19 albums since the beginning of her career in the 1960s, the Canadian songstress has had countless chart hits. Her songs, including “Big Yellow Taxi,” “River” and “Both Sides Now,” have been covered hundreds of times over by generations of artists, guaranteeing that her music will live on forever. Read on to learn more about Joni Mitchell’s prolific music and painting career, and stay tuned…

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    As a child, having rules to follow wasn’t unheard of with my family. There was always a way to behavior with friends/family, at school, at home and out in the street. Often I found myself getting into trouble because I didn 't listen and also the fact that I always found some kind of way to slipping out of having to doing something that I knew I was supposed to do. But out of all the people in my family my mom was the strictest. When expectations set high, not meaning them meant my siblings and…

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    However, fortunately Mitchell was still alive. Obviously, the editor takes advantage of the influence of the Mitchell to capture attention and sympathy of the music fans around the world, which is what I mentioned before the celebrity effect. on the other hand, Garbe writes "The argument is fully formed; it's the facts that have some catching up to do". In other words, media invariably tend to rush out an opinion piece a couple hours after news broke out with some grand conclusions in their…

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    There are many people in American history, but some of them really stand out from others. Ray Kroc is one of those people, he is known for accomplishing great things and if you opened a history book, he would most likely be in there. By exploring his childhood, the struggles he overcame, and his achievements, it will become evident that Ray Kroc Founded one of the most successful fast food restaurants. Ray Kroc (Raymond Albert Kroc) was born on October 5, 1902 in Oak Park, Illinois to Rose…

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    Imagine having to stay in a room for a couple months. In addition to that, picture having little to none human contact. The room is locked from the outside and has barred windows. It is extremely bare, except for the bed. The only thing to keep you company is this horrid, yellow wallpaper. Hours feel like days and days feel like weeks, and the only thing there is that yellow wallpaper. You would go crazy! Well, this is what happened to the nameless narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper. The Yellow…

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    Anecdotes, stories, novels, and other grandeur forms of art often bring out many different emotions and feelings such as happiness, sympathy, pain, and horror. Books such as “ the Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Stetson and “the Dead” by James Joyce lead to create a maudlin environment within the book by discussing mawkish topics such as pain and restraint. In the yellow wallpaper, one of the main themes is constraint, an element that leads to the antagonist to lose sanity, “ "I 've got out at…

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    Ashley Arceri Professor Mahir ENGL 2205 4 of May 2015 Final Term Paper Prompt Eleven In Gilman’s “The Yellow Wall-paper” woman were expected to be devoted to the needs of their families and nothing else. The woman in this story did not abide by these roles and tried to free herself from the male power. The complicity of the man in this story is because he is fully aware of her sickness and fails to address her needs because he plays a patriarchal role in authority. In “Daisy Miller”, Daisy is…

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    The Yellow Wallpaper was Charlotte Perkins Gliman 's reaction to the rest cure that psychiatrist Silas Weir Mitchell had prescribed to her when she became depressed after the birth of her first child. Gilman believed that the cure had not only been ineffective, but had caused her depression to worsen. Gilman wrote the story to challenge Dr. Mitchell to alter his treatment of neurasthenia. Charlotte Perkins Gilman used symbolism within the yellow wallpaper to challenge the effects that the…

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    “The Yellow Wallpaper,” written by Charlotte Gilman, is a short story that shocked society when it was first published in 1892. This work was inspired by her own life struggles. Having suffering through postpartum depression, Gilman became an advocate of the pitfalls of rest cure. Yellow, a color commonly associated with the joy eliciting sunshine, is also known as an anxiety inducing color. The color yellow that stains the wallpaper of the room the main character is confined to sets the uneasy…

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