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    I'm Sam, 14 years old. At 14 I had the most awkward phase, the most embarrassing. I wanted to be in control, to be weird but it be worshiped. And since I wanted that now I’m dead. And if you're reading this it's can only mean two things. You're alive and this is me writing in the afterlife. Don’t think, Don’t think, Don’t think……. Ewe what is that smell? “ Okay, forget this I can’t do it!” said Mike. Mike was my best friend since first grade. We’ve grown up together ever since. Our parents eventually became good friends, I know weird right. “ Same. I gave up five minutes ago, I was basically sleeping for the last 10.” Did you ever hear that humans only have 10% control of their brain? I know right, a bunch of bull?! When I heard this I couldn’t believe it. And then Mike and I did some more search and found out that some people have found ways to unlock more brain power. Man oh man, that really got me thinking. And one of the easy ways to do it was meditation, well at least we thought easy. “ Well, what now? That was absolutely hard and unbearable. How do people sit there in silence and not think.” said I. “I keep thinking about not thinking” Mike said. “ Dear God, I know I’ve done really bad things, but I hope you can forgive me…

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    "Arranged marriages were never pushed on us [her and her sister]. For me growing up I couldn’t fathom the thought of being told who to get married to." Singari knows herself but she doesn’t push her beliefs onto the people around her. "I had best friends who were getting married to people they had never met. I think my take on the whole arranged marriage thing is it’s very personal. I think the success rate, if you want to call it that, is equal. I don’t think there’s a single answer." Singari…

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    My Interview With A Nurse

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    My Worst Nightmare The nurse leader that I chose for this interview is a rock solid emergency department nurse that I worked with over the last two years. I chose to interview this nurse, because she is the reason I have decided to base my career in the ED. When I first started in our small rural ED, this tiny British woman walked over and introduced herself to me as "I 'm Gill, your nightshift Clinical Coordinator - aka, your worst nightmare". To say the least, I was absolutely terrified of…

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    Final Animal Farm Research In the book Animal Farm, the pigs were horrible leaders who should have never been trusted with a position of power. These pigs manipulated many of the animals to do and say whatever they wanted them to without question. This characteristic is the exact opposite of what a strong leader should have. Martin Luther King Jr. is an excellent example of a strong leader; he knew what he wanted to accomplish and set goals for himself and other citizens. Unlike the pigs in…

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    passionate about the cause than ever before. “I Have a Dream,” has become one of the most revolutionary speeches of all time, and it’s deliverer, Martin Luther King Jr., has left a legacy to last for many years . Through the use of vivid imagery, allusion, and elevated and poetic diction, a carefully crafted work of art was born, and King was able to effectively appeal to his audience and encourage Americans to fight for equality…

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    Martin Luther King Jr, there are multiple uses of rhetorical devices. During the letter King decided to respond to some white clergymen, who felt that his nonviolent protest were “unwise and untimely (paragraph one).” King did not respond to rarely any criticism that he ever received, but he felt this particular letter deserved a response. King knew his response to the letter would have to be calm and peaceful, just as his protest were. He knew that everyone would carefully review his letter…

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    The “I Have a Dream Speech” is the most recognizable and best given speech in history and even to today, still relates with the racial tensions of the 21st century. Given by a man who was discriminated in his country, only because of the color of his skin. Everyone knows this is Martin Luther King Jr and while his speech resonated with mainly his generation, it still resonates with today and its social problems. King 's speech was given on August 28, 1963 at the Lincoln memorial to a crowd…

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    Martin Luther King Rhetorical Analysis

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    knows that people are hoping for. He uses the word dream, because it is such a personal and deep commodity. The phrases he adds to the end of this representation are also very personal. This is so effectual because the target audience of this speech can see these visualizations become reality. This audience probably includes many parents, like King, making his reference to his children universal. Also, the familiarity of bible-type language (especially in the last paragraph of the example),…

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    Analysis of “I have a Dream” Martin Luther King, JR. was born in late 1900s in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up in a Christian family, where most of his family members were preacher. His family’s values had shaped King, JR. to be a strong-optimistic Negro with love toward others. (King, 1998). National Archive (n.d.) reports that King JR. took his action to push government to open their eyes to see the racism that created gap amongst people by speaking his speech that known as “I have a Dream” on…

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    The speech I Have A Dream by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. uses literary devices, allusion and diction of unity, and rhetorical devices, ethos and logos, to motivate and rally the people across America to join the civil rights movement. This speech was given at the March on Washington on August 28, 1963. Throughout the speech, Dr. King makes references to multiple documents throughout history. One of the allusions was when Dr. King says “...a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves”…

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