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    Korea’s leader, Kim Yong-Il has been and is continuing to “lead” his people immorally and unjustly in many ways. North Korea has been oppressed for so long in such horrible and degrading ways that is seems like there is no hope left for these innocent suffering citizens. Fortunately, God gives his people his perfect word from which advice, examples and life lessons can be taken and applied to every situation…

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    A Humorous Letter

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    Although there is much controversy with me writing to you. Our people have never gotten along, and I fear that this letter may not find you well. I was recently reading an article called North Korea’s military policies are irrational by Ralph Toledano, and it talks about the disagreements, and even the irrational thinking of the glorious leader Kim Jong Il. It speaks how “Even Kim Jong Il’s wildest successes can make his country no more than a thorn in the side of the east and west, a…

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    The Hunger Games Essay

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    Still not so harmful? Going back on Kim Jong II allowing his people to go through poverty, normal economies cope with importing food, but this was not the case for North Korea. During the 1980’s, North Koreas government embarked on a policy of radical self-sufficiency known as juche. Farmers were expected to overcome mother nature and grow enough crops to feed the entire population. In order to do so, they relied on a great deal of chemical fertilizer. That did not last so long when the Soviet…

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    including The Jungle Book, The Second Jungle Book, and The Naulahka: A story of West and East. During the winter of 1899, Caroline decided that the family should travel to New York so she could see her mother. The journey was tough and when they arrived Kipling and his daughter Josephine were sick with pneumonia. Being a famous writer the newspapers kept up with Kipling's health as he recovered over the next few days. Eventually Kipling fully recovered but his daughter Josephine did not. His…

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    Stellar award winning singer, song writer, actress, fashion designer and activist, Kierra Valencia Sheard, also known to the world as “KiKi” is whom I decided to write my paper on. Kierra was born on June 20th, 1987 in the city of Detroit, Michigan. She was raised up in West Bloomfield, Michigan within a family of great talent within gospel music. Kiera is the daughter of Karen Clark-Sheard of the Clark sisters and Bishop John Drew Sheard. Kierra is also the grand-daughter of the late gospel…

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    Here are two magnificent pieces of literature. One is a poem which is called “If-” and the other a memoir, that is called “Kipling and I.” The poem “If-” talks about how you learn to be a better person through life lessons, morals, and endurance. In the memoir “Kipling and I” reflects back on the poem “If-” because this assists or inspires the person to keep going. It is like “Kipling and I” has “If-” inside. Throughout this writing we will be looking at: what Jesus Colon is using from the poem…

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    Invictus Comparison

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    At some point in the numerous journeys we embark on, we hit an obstacle and we feel all hope is lost. Sometimes we give up before any progress, and sometimes we give up right before we make it to the finish line, despite putting in so much effort to achieve it. Through Invictus by William Ernest Henley and If by Rudyard Kipling, it is shown that “if you can keep your head”, “yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it”. Both texts insinuate that success comes from commitment and a true sense…

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    RD1; Biographical Information The devotion an author has towards his audience is what determines the transcendence of his work. Rudyard Kipling was not only an outstanding writer, but a genuine charismatic person very aware of the readers he enthralled through the diversity and genius of his work. Using current events and his own experiences as the leading influences for his poems, stories, and more, he captured the attention of people ranging from the common reader to royal authorities such as…

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    Rudyard Kipling is a well known author of Indian descent that grew up in England for much of his life, according to the article titled “Rudyard Kipling: patriot or prophet?” written by a professor named Michael Timko. In Kipling’s works, his content largely is inspired by his and his sister’s poor experiences living in England (Timko). In addition, Kipling uses his poems, short stories, and novels to depict “the relationship between the British and India” (Timko). Now in “The Mark of the Beast”…

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    Korean-American artist Nam June Paik is recognized throughout the world as being “The Father of Video Art” for his radical artistic perspectives and ability to use technology as a creative medium in his work. Paik’s artwork and ideals primarily encompass culture and identity. Paik is able to convey these messages through his technological views, which are intertwined with his realistic vision of society, and conceptualized in some of his most famous pieces: Electronic Super Highway, TV Garden,…

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