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    Food Services in collaboration with the College of Agriculture Science should implement a system to construct a university-run orchard, combating the apple epidemic and enriching the educational experience of students, by working as a team to establish a course of action, planting trees, cultivating the plants, and, finally, retailing the apples throughout campus in a proper manner. In order to remedy the state of apples sold across campus, Food Services and the College of Agriculture Science must first collaborate, agreeing to work as a team in supplying high-quality fruits. The task of creating a university-run orchard would then be passed on to the College of Ag. Science, where they would form a plan of action. However, Penn…

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    lines and sometimes even the whole text. Robert Frost uses such literary devices in his poems. Mending Wall by Robert Frost is about two neighbors that work together to repair the wall that separates their properties from each other. The Cow in Apple Time also by Robert Frost is about an obstinate cow that breaks through a wall to escape her pasture for an apple orchard where she devours apples until she feels agony and reaches her inevitable end. Robert Frost uses multiple images of a wall and…

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    In Zora Neale Hurston’s book, Their Eyes Were Watching God, she uses a lot of symbolism and references to nature through the story of the main character, Janie, in her lifetime. The use of tree symbolism is the most common in the first half of Hurston’s novel starting with how “Janie saw her life like a great tree in leaf with the things suffered, things enjoyed, things done and undone. Dawn and doom was in the branches” (8) In the beginning of the book, we understand that Janie has just been…

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    Elvess Vs Dwarves

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    It was year nine hundred ninety nine of the great Thousand Year War between the dwarves and the elves. The dwarves were winning, as they had twenty five troops remaining, while the elves only had ten. This was a time when all apples roamed free, frolicking through the fields of Kwicksemiel. Since dwarves do not have thumbs, the apples were the perfect food. They scooped apples off of the grassy green open fields and took three huge bites, finishing the apples, core and all. The dwarves ate…

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    Everything started when Tyler co-wrote Aerosmith’s hit “Janie’s got a gun” almost 30 years ago, he knew he wanted to help young women who had been abused. This week the rocker saw that dream come to fruition with the opening of Janie’s House, a home for abused and neglected girls outside of Atlanta. Steven Tyler posted a picture on instagram on 12/7/2017 and his caption said:”Steven’s in the mix and Janie’s in the house!!! I've never written a song so beautiful as Janie’s house… This was two…

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    Janie's American Dream

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    Generally speaking, Their Eyes were Watching God is a novel about a black woman trying to find true love while being oppressed by a variety of factors including nature and class differences. Men, however, top the list; the main character, Janie, had a total of three husbands, two of which treated her poorly. The third husband, Tea Cake, was the exception. He helped Janie accomplish inner peace by allowing her to flourish into her own character. Janie would not have found Tea Cake, however, had…

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    Forged in Mother Nature Topic #3 Explore how Hurston uses elements of nature as a metaphor for Janie’s Life Life often sends the individual on a journey to achieve what the heart desires. In Zora Neale Hurston’s “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” Janie embarks on a trip to discover her sexual desires, independence, and overall contentment. Throughout her life she is repeatedly compared to multiple aspects of nature. For Janie, nature is a metaphorical representation for various experiences…

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    Book Poster The tree in my poster was resembling the mockingbird’s home. Just like Maycomb is to Tom Robinson and Boo Radley. With the tree I went for a drawn one because I felt that it resembled the book. It does so because the book is just a story and an “imaginary” one. The drawn tree is also not real and “imaginary,” just like the story. I chose a black and white one because that is how I pictured the story in my head. I chose grey as a color for the rectangles because everything or…

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    Janie was a young girl who was willing to do anything to find love. She compared her life to a pear tree. Janie wanted to be loved and kissed by someone like the bees loved the tree. Throughout the book, Janie was struggling to find her identity because she kept looking to find happiness in guys instead of making herself happy. Janie aimed to make everyone else happy and please them, but then she realized that she needed to make herself happy and do things for herself. In the novel, Their Eyes…

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    Cherry Orchard Checkov

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    states that literary style of the play is many times resembling to the Checkovian way of portraying the characters, for instance as seen in Checkov's The Cherry Orchard, where similar themes are introduced (the passing of an old time and lamenting on the past). Abbotson explains that Stella is the one similar to Checkov's characters who passively takes the events (50). Then, there are many similarities with Checkov's plays, like the expressionistic way of showing elements that serve the purpose…

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