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    Who Is Jean De La Fontaine

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    A Thracian slave who lived in the 6th century BC named Aesop is associated with the first ever set of fables. In fact, his work has taken its place as some of the most admired in Ancient Greek History. Similarly, Phaedrus was another Thracian slave after he gaining liberty, he completed five books of fables in verse, written in Latin; which some of these were adapted from the fables attributed to Aesop. In 1956, Frenchman Pierre Pithou published the first edition of these fables. Due to these…

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    Explorer Persuasive Essay

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    people brush past the chance to grow and choose instant gratification over long term satisfaction. Marco Polo is not much different than the average American, other than the fact that he spends time on the important aspects of life. Vive sans temps mort was the slogan for the Parisian Political Party which means: “Live without wasted time.” To live life without wasted time requires intense motivation. This is the second quality of all great explorers in history. Curiosity can only go far…

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    Drinking: A Short Story

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    This was the first time anyone in the room had heard that the doctor actually found something. “What did you find?” Logan asked. The truth was, he wasn’t sure. Bond took his cell phone out of his pocket and said to no one in particular, “Anyone know how to read French? It’s in my cell phone.” Jenny replied, “No, but Google does. Hand me your phone.” The doctor scrolled up to the picture he took that night in the museum. “Here you go little lady, take your best shot.” “What did you find…

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    Dark Wave Research Paper

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    Dark wave is a remarkable music genre that started gaining popularity in the late 1970s in Germany and. This genre of music was brought to the forefront in the early 1980s and it owed its success to the new generation of artists who dared to experiment with post-punk and new wave music. Dark wave music got bigger over that decade and remains as relevant even till this day. Over the 50 years there were numerous solo Dark Wave solo artists and bands that boosted the Dark wave and brought it to the…

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    Cool Title Have you ever dreamt about how cool it would be to have an exotic pet? Imagine having a pet monkey, deer, chameleon, tiger, bear, lemur, owl, sloth, exotic snake, or exotic bird. It sounds pretty fun, right? The truth is that keeping exotic animals as pets is dangerous for both the animals and those around them. When someone desires to purchase an exotic animal, they most likely want a baby. Innocent animals are torn from their parents at a young age; poachers will even kill the…

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    trans-woman character, Sophia Burset. In addition, the portrait of transgender experience is very pervasive in the content of films and TV shows, including the TV series Transparent as a close representation of transgender experience of the father character, Mort. Through these popular media portrayals, we can easily identify the discrimination and bias received by trans-women in our…

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    The organist, who succeed Duruflé as organist at Saint-Ėtienne-du-Mort in Paris, displayed his virtuosity in a wide-ranging improvisation of “The Swan” from “Carnival of the Animals.” (Organ aficionados no doubt wished that Music Hall’s historic Hook & Hastings pipe organ was still in the hall, especially for his amazing…

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    Satan Research Paper

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    Who would have thought, two religions that dislike each other extremely actually have mort aspects prevalent than thought. One of the most known is they both have sacred text; the Bibles. Catholicism has the Catholic Bible that contains scripture, prayer and rituals. Satanism has the Satanic Bible that contains rituals. They also have a…

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    The Secret Window movie is a 2004 American psychological thriller which displays the issue of split personality of the main character. In the movie the writer Mort Rainey played by Johnny Depp is going through a divorce from his spouse. He moves to upstate New York to his cabin to be alone. Rainey is trying to stay mentally healthy but instead he is being harassed by John Shooter who claims Rainey plagiarized his work. Rainey ignores the strange man at first but then a series of events start…

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    ((CW: Death, Vague religious themes, possible graphic descriptions of death (not within prompt), coping with the afterlife, etc. Modern Morbid Supernatural AU wherein Dirk is a reaper upon a pale horse, and due to his frequent difficulties harvesting souls on account of him not being a particularly People Friendly dude, he’s gotten assigned to train another reaper (y/c). The cause of death for your character is entirely up to you, and if you’d like to do some ooc worldbuilding or plot-planning…

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