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    Joseph Stalin was born into poverty on December 18, 1879, in the small town of Gori, Georgia. Stalin father was a shoemaker and abuser. The author Karl Marx was being read secretly reading by Joseph Stalin during the seminary. His interested was in the work of German social thinker named “Communist Manifesto” in the revolutionary movement against the Russian monarchy. Stalin became an underground political protester in labor demonstrations and strikes. The First central Committee of the…

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    split up into three different sections: 1. Starting Out from the Meany Papers An introduction 2. Chief Joseph of the Nez Peres A chronology 3. White Witnesses to Chief Joseph’s End A Narrative This book discusses the last few years of Chief Joseph’s life, the white people who he knew at that time, and a generalized look into the history of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perces people from 1750 to 1905. It was very interesting how Gidley organized his book, but it was…

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    Have you ever wondered the difference between human and humane? In the story Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad, right off the bat the reader is hit with the problem of the “nature of man”, and what it means to be human or humane. To be human means to have a sense of mind, to be living, and be at peace in mind. However, to be humane means to be gentle compassionate, caring, and have sympathy. It is often pondered that to be human means to be humane, however as Marlow learned on his travels…

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    American population as a way to gain personal power. This man 's power trip is now referred to as the McCarthy Era, an era full of witch hunts and lies. Joseph McCarthy allowed his own fear and desire for power to take precedence by victimizing others through communist a on m or er to sustain his position as an American politician. Joseph Raymond McCarthy was born on November 14, 1908 in Appleton, Wisconsin. His mother, Bridget Tierney, came…

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    Heart of Darkness Book Review Joseph Conrad, author of the novel Heart of Darkness, was born in Ukraine to Polish parents in the late 1850s. At the age of 16, Conrad began his mariner years. He sailed on multiple French commercial ships and traveled around the world. Later on, he joined the British merchant marines and went on to become a British citizen (“Joseph”). About nine years before writing the novel, Conrad was appointed to serve as captain of a steamer on the Congo River by a Belgian…

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    Cold War was more of a government political war than a bloody army war. The United States and the Soviet Union have an interesting history considering they used to get along (“What was the Cold War”). Joseph Stalin and his politics lead to the United States and the Soviet Union despising each other. Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union were primarily responsible for causing the Cold War, which left legacies. The Cold War was a non physical war between the United States and the Soviet Union. The…

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    afraid of the dark and what lies in it, so they call out to their fearless parents for protection. Adults are supposed to shed light in the dark, and civilization insists that they suppress the darkness in themselves and their children. However, in Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart of Darkness one’s beliefs on civilization is questioned and darkness is brought to a new light. Darkness is a prominent symbol throughout the text and it has significant meaning to the title. The meaning of darkness…

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    Before the Nez Perce Indians were created it was said that animals inhabited the world. Animals had qualities that made them act like humans. The main character in the Nez Perce story was a Coyote. “A trickster and transformer” The story is. “One day Coyote learned that all the animals were being devoured by a fearsome monster who dwelled near present-day Kamiah on the Clearwater River. Tricking the monster into swallowing him, Coyote started a fire inside the monster’s belly and slew him by…

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    In 1949 Joseph Campbell published, The Hero with a Thousand Faces. His book explains what he called the hero’s journey or monomyth. The hero’s journey is the pattern of archetypal stories of heros in all genres. It tells the tale of a hero who goes through certain steps and accomplishes great feats to become who they are. The hero’s journey is used in drama, myths, storytelling, etc. In fact it has been used long before Joseph Campbell gave it a name. In the novel Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott…

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    it involves a criminal accusation, a criminal matter, is not a true trial” (“Accusation Quotes”). This quote relates to all the untrue allegations of the McCarthyism cases and the book The Crucible, by Arthur Miller. McCarthyism was led by Senator Joseph McCarthy, they were accusations made by him during the 1950s against people that had a chance of being a communist. In the book, The Crucible, Abigail Williams, the main antagonist, was not necessarily looking for witches, but she would make it…

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