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    was giving to the people who can. There is no right answer to this argument. Everybody has many opinions. Sone people believe that cloning is a good thing, while many others disagree. There are more compilations than the process turning out good. If it’s a 50/50 chance then why spend the time, money and energy on it? So should scientist really risk the life of an innocent animal to try an experiment that may or may not work out, or even last a long…

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    I think that one of the challenges was the fact that they had no money. This is a challenge because almost the entire family has to work sunrise to sunset. In the story it says, “Papa then took out a pencil and began to figure out how much we earned our first day. He wrote down the numbers, crossed some out, wrote down some more. ‘Quince’ (Fifteen), he murmured.”(This quote is in the second to last paragraph on page 3) This shows that from working from sunrise to sunset 3 people only made a…

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    “Dark Ages.” In comparison to the flourishing Roman Empire, many did not believe the Middle Ages to be a time of flourishing literacy and culture. However, learned men during this period were interested in the lost texts of the ancients, especially after the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Etymologiae (the Etymologies in English, and also known as “Origins”), by Isidore of Seville, is a compilation of important concepts for the “learned world,” whose information was extracted from Greco-Roman,…

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    the inhumanity is prone to new risk of infection.” This quote is not just a compilation of words, but is in essence part of a greater story, one that I and a plethora of others have experienced. Five years ago, as I lay the bottom of the food chain, the beasts of the school felt that my minute stature entitled them to exercise their demons through the ripping of my emotional state. The emotional wound dilated, festered, and over time infection had taken root. My mind had become irrational, and…

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    which is right and which is wrong. Both groups try to explain their point of views and opinions but it doesn’t matter because both groups are so enchanted by their beliefs that reject anything that opposes it. In the end its just wasting your breath. In essence this is just a scenario on how the American society constructs their…

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    Speaking of Courage The novel The Things They Carried is a compilation of many war stories about the soldiers in the Vietnam War. Tim O’Brien writes about his own personal experiences while in Vietnam and includes stories told by his comrades from the war. O’Brien served was overall against the Vietnam War, but once he received his draft notice he was assigned to the Third Platoon as an infantry foot soldier (Estrada, 2013). In his novel, he includes a Native American man named Kiowa, who lost…

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    beverages before and after my activities without costing me regular money. I do not purchase anything on credit. If I do not have the money on hand for an item, then I will save for it. During the time that I am saving for that special item, I re-evaluate the necessity of it and occasionally that saving time is an enlightening experience and the realization is that I did not need it anyway, which saves me additional money. One of the most successful fundraisers that I have been a part of is…

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    Throughout history, authors have been using dialects of different peoples to illuminate principles and themes. By using these dialects, authors are able to create realistic elements and accurately represent time periods and societies. Mark Twain uses dialect and dialogue to create his characters and to add aspects of verisimilitude to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain uses dialect to enhance Huckleberry Finn in many unique ways. Through Huckleberry Finn, Twain created the perfect…

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    Cindy Sherman Analysis

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    painting career. She decided that painting was not her technique so she moved into photography since the limitations of painting were holding her back. Cindy states, " I was meticulously copying other art and then I realized I could just use a camera and put my time into an idea instead.". She later on failed her one photography class in her first year of school then took it again with Barbara Jo Revelle who introduced Cindy to conceptual art and other contemporary forms of art. Robert Longo…

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    This portfolio is a compilation of my experiences with the assignments and activities I have completed in English this semester. Being an undergraduate student has influenced my writing in two ways, critical thinking and academic writing style. Critical thinking is the ability to think independently. It includes providing an original perspective and making connections between ideas and your work. You should organise your ideas into logical points and explain, not just describe quotes and…

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