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  • In Regards To William Shakespeare's As You Like It

    In Regards to As You Like It William Shakespeare is one of the most influential playwrights of all time; and his stories have been enjoyed by the masses since their conceptions. As You Like It, is an example of one of Shakespeare’s plays that has survived the ages and is still highly popular. The characters of this play and the changes they go through speak to generations of people. The situations that are forced upon them and the emotions they experience relate so closely to the journeys everyone make toward adulthood. As You Like It has remained relevant as an audience we can relate to the characters, emotions and situations Shakespeare crafts. The characters of the play draw the readers in the force them to care about the individual characters ambitions and stations in society. Rosalind, Celia, and Orlando…

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  • Green Worlds In A Midsummer Night's Dream And As You Like It

    Shakespeare’s writing can be identified by many different characteristics. One of these characteristics is his use of green worlds, specifically in his comedies. Shakespeare uses green worlds to introduce a deviation of society to his characters. In these spaces, the rules and obligations of the other world do not apply, his characters are allowed play with different identities in the green world. Two plays that particularly highlight this are A Midsummer Night’s Dream and As You Like It. In…

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  • Social Monster In Macbeth Essay

    the ‘murder King Duncan’ train and encourages Macbeth to kill Duncan in order to become king and queen of Scotland. Lady Macbeth encouraged her husband to, “look like an innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” (Macbeth 1.5.76-77). In As You Like It by William Shakespeare, Duke Frederick is a social monster because he betrays his daughter Celia and his niece Rosalind by threatening to kill Rosalind if she does not leave his home; Celia then leaves her father behind due to his actions and…

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  • The Tempest Compare And Contrast Essay

    William Shakespeare, the author of many famous plays and sonnets, once said, “Have more than you show, speak less than you than you know.” If this is the case then many people won’t be saying anything after trying to understand original Shakespearean writings. Thankfully for those people, there have been many more modern adaptations that are easier to read and understand. The English III class read through “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare. The three different version that were analyzed were…

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  • Counselling Interview Essay

    that something that you are not comfortable with doing with your mom? Minimal encourager, Open-ended question The counselor intended to allow the client to expand on her thoughts. It seemed as if she was reluctant to talk about her mother. The counselor asked an open-ended question with a minimal encourager. However, it could…

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  • Tom Robinson Monologue

    And maybe that’s the reason Sam came home to Maycomb. Maybe that’s why he was standing above his father’s grave. Sam needed a sense of closure after several years of ignoring the truth. “I lost count of how many years have passed since you been gone, pa,” he continued, “I still can’t forgive them for what they did to you. This town, they treated you wrong. They painted a portrait of you that didn’t exist. Scary black man with violent tendencies. You deserved better, hell, you deserved…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Pole That Split A Friendship

    Split a Friendship Jacob might have been a very superstitious person who had weird habits, but it didn’t change the fact that he was my best friend. We did everything together from the minute we met, most people found his superstitious ways weird, but I had grown to like them. As the ambulance carried him away I was in tears knowing that our friendship was over, and the only thing I could blame was that pole. May came in full heat with soaking temperatures, and the only thing on my mind was…

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  • Personal Narrative - Original Writing And My Relationship

    My heart thumps like a bass drum in my ears as I run. I can barely breathe but I don’t stop. I reach my car, crank the engine and put my foot to the floor. Driving through the streets of Brisbane to the highway, I start to think over Alice’s and my relationship. “You should come over this weekend. We can work on our project.” I messaged her late at night. “Okay, I’ll ask my parents.” Alice answers quickly before confirming she can. On Saturday morning, she arrives at my house. We work on our…

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  • Cedar Point: A Short Story

    It all began with a simple phone call one night after dinner. “Joe,” Joe’s father hollers up the stairs, “it’s for you. It’s Jackie, and she sounds upset.” As Joe comes downstairs to pick up the phone, he is not happy. Joe is tired and had looked forward to a nice quiet evening at home, not another useless adventure with Jackie. Thirty minutes later, however, Jackie’s 2007 black Ford Escape swings into Joe’s driveway, and Jackie is leaning on the horn before the car can come to a full stop. Joe…

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  • Interpersonal Communication Dialogue

    Mrs. Meariam is 51 year old single mother, domiciled in the Bronx, was self-employed for several years, with her medical history of schizophrenia, client has history of violence. Me: Hello Ms. Meariam, I’m a nursing student. D.M.: `` how do you know my name, are you Mary? You look like someone I know.’’ Me: ``sometimes I can image people names just by looking at their face.’’ D.W. so are you a psychic? Me: `` kind of.’’ Me: ``So can I ask you how long you have been here?’’ D.M.: ``I’ve…

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