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  • Analysis Of 'Music Swims Back To Me'

    Poems, "I have not only lived but loved, that sometime miracle" (Hall 73). "These themes, of male lover as both life-giver and destroyer, and of speaker as passive and acted upon, are either implied, realized imagistically, or stated openly in most of this volume's poems" (Hall 75). Related themes are developed as well; love brings torment, anger, and even death as well as joyful life. In "Barefoot," image of love and murder are linked: "You do / drink me. The gulls kill fish" (Love Poems…

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  • The Importance Of Safe Drinking Water

    Introduction Water is known to many as the ‘elixir of life’ and is essential to the very existence of human life on Earth (Saunders, n.d.). It is thus imperative that water is made available to humans in an acceptable quantity and quality (Mohanty, 2006) at any given time. Visually, this may seem easy enough to achieve given water is present all around us in various forms and mediums (eg. rainwater). However, the crux of this problem lies in the fact that humans can only consume freshwater. Up…

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  • Fatalism In Frankenstein

    well thought-out higher and ideal in his traits though, in this tale, the creator himself is imperfect he fails to possess his very own formation. On the absolute contrast, Mary Shelley depicts the individual to be a lonely being who survive his whole life wishing a partner and acquaintance. The individual is so abandoned by the social order, so deserted by Victor and the public he came across, that he turned out to be packed with revulsion towards everybody, mainly for the one who positioned…

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  • The Death Of The Moth By Virginia Woolf

    captured on the news, written in the papers or witnessed in reality, the whole world was alert to it. This brought a gloomy atmosphere upon everyone and kept people in fear of what might possibly follow. It was a time where the world struggled between life and death and in the end, the war showed that death was much stronger than us all. The essay “The death of the moth” by Virginia…

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  • Trees Are A Stable Source Of Life On Earth

    Trees are a stable source of life for everyone on Earth. Unbeknownst to many, their lively roots have entwined for eighty thousand years beneath our feet, unnoticed and nearly impossible to destroy. Possessing an intricate weave, they are alike to the towering poles with twisted wires that line the streets. They are jigsaw pieces in the puzzle of land, necessary to complete the picture but unthought of as individuals; going without a few pieces slightly impacts the likeness, but after a certain…

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  • My Father: My Role Model

    in their life whether it be a direct or indirect influence. Most people are influenced by their parents from the beginning of their lives. As for me, I have been strongly affected by my father. My father is sixty years old. He married my mother when he was twenty-two years. He worked at the television sector. He is a tolerant person, who loves his family and his work. Moreover, he is inspired by different cultures, arts, and books. My father is a very successful man. Throughout his life, he…

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  • The Other Side Of The Bridge Analysis

    Tragic turn of life Loss, pain and suffering are stepping stones, slowly building and shaping an individual’s life. These tragic events help transform life, in sometimes drastic ways, that it has the power to mold and often determine one’s destiny itself. In the book, The Other Side of the Bridge, Mary Lawson incorporates this by demonstrating how tragic events continuously play a major role in shaping the destiny of the central characters. Despite the fact that traumatic events scar Ian…

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  • The Importance Of Environmental Risks In Our Environment

    Several environmental risks has been discovered (aside from the coal industry) that has put our environment in a great amount of danger. These specific concerns faced by our environment include dams, natural disasters, and endangered species. Dams were found to have a major influence on our water impact, leading to major issues in our economy. In contrast to dams natural disasters are more of a natural process that bring on different types of environmental risks. While dams mainly effect our…

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  • Analysis Of The Poem Here By Szymborska

    The poem “Here” by Wislawa Szymborska is a persuasive poem about life on the Earth. Szymborska carefully describes different aspects of life on Earth in this poem and talks about how people are. Also, Szymborska uses diction, tone, repetition, and analogies to persuade and show that living on Earth is not as bad as it seems. The poem “Here” begins with the speaker talking about emotions, tools, and objects that are available on Earth with a casual tone. The speaker then states that “There…

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  • The Effects Of Deforestation

    population is living in capital city Ulaanbaatar and rest of the population is spread all over the country and living in nomadic life style but last few years, they tend to not move from one place to another. The number of nomads has significantly decreased over the last years. Nomads move to the capital city because they attracted by city lights and perceived advantages of urban life. But it is leading to high unemployment rate because they don’t know where to work. That’s why Mongolian…

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