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    Angels In America

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    promotional opportunity to relocate he hesitates due to Harper’s objections, and his “obligations” and “responsibility” out of love for her (Kushner 15-16; 26; 56-57). Tension from the promotion spurs marital conflict: Joe blames her reluctance on fear of the outside world and her emotional problems; while, Harper condemns their marriage and blames her emotional problems on living with him, his secrets and lies (Kushner 27), and labels them as “pretend-happy” (Kushner 23). As Mormons, key-terms “obligation”, “responsibility”, and “love” implicitly juxtapose the politics of law and religion that epitomize the selflessness of the marriage contract, an emblem of traditional love. The Pitts’ strife, and label “pretend-happy”, reveals the paradox of the traditional marriage contract: personal repression for public persona. Likewise, after Prior confronts Louis with his terminal illness (Kushner 21), and Louis looks to theology to explain his fears and abandonment (Kushner 25) – Louis foreshadows his justification for his actions: “…it should be the questions and shape of a life, its total complexity gathered, arranged and considered, which matters in the end, not some stamp of salvation or damnation which disperses all complexity in some unsatisfying little decision – the balancing of the scales…[Justice]…is…

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    white ‘Breaking News’ headlines, studios and clips of historical male journalists such as Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite. The classical piano keys reach a crescendo, harmonizing with an emotionally moving string ensemble, simultaneously flashing forward to a modern newsroom as the characters are shown to the audience. The juxtapose between the two newsrooms serves to embed a certain historical influence, distinguishing and carrying over a specific an intellectual continuity associated with…

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    One day Mirna,Christy,and Amy were getting ready for the first day of school they were so nervous but at the same time they were excited to see how their first year at middle school would be.First,Mirna and Amy were done getting ready and they walk to the park to wait for the bus to come since that's where the bus usually come for the kids that leave a little far away from schools.Next,the bus came and Mirna,Amy and Christy were going inside the bus there was to many kids that they didn't know…

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    hold of New York City, the Lenape tribe were natives to this land. “Around 11, 000 years before the first Europeans sailed through the Narrows, the Lenape people foraged, hunted and fished the regional bounty”¹. In the early 1500’s a man named Giovanni da Verrazano was the first European explorer to ever land on New York’s soil. In the ear of 1609, a man named Henry Hudson discovered and created the first settlement while sailing up and down the Atlantic coast in search of a faster root to Asia.…

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    Gossip Girl Poem Analysis

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    New York City has a culture that many cannot resist. Whether the city’s used in entertainment and the media, or just talked about, many people are fascinated with the New York lifestyle, culture and diversity. In a poem for The New York, Terrance Hayes shows the diversity on a single roof-top bar in Chinatown. He writes about the different types of people around him and the possibilities. His emphasize on this idea is clear when he writes “On a Chinatown rooftop in New York anything can happen”…

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    Comparing Two Cities Essay

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    A small town and a big city might not always be thought of as being similar, but if you dig far enough, those similarities are right under the surface. Titonka, Iowa, is definitely considered a small town. Although small, Titonka has similar qualities to those of a big city. One particular city would be New York City, New York. New York is the largest city, by population, in the United States. These two cities have similar qualities when it comes to people, things to do, and monuments. These two…

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    New York City Trip

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    New York City Trip On July 10-17, my family and I took a trip to New York City. This was our first trip her and we were very excited to see all the sights. My half-brother used to live in New York and we just never got around to seeing them, plus I was too young to really enjoy the New York experience. New York City is one of the best and busiest places in the United States. The state is full of history both good and bad. B. We did a lot of things that common tourist usually do. First,…

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    Some people may oppose the fact that new money is better than old money. In F. Scott Fitzgerald 's book "The great Gatsby" the author compares all characters of new money and old money in New York and Long Island. Not only did Fitzgerald compare the money she compared the culture.The culture during the 1920s in New York was formal opposed to Long Island where the culture was extravagant. To begin with, In Fitzgerald 's novel the main character, Nick Carraway, is living on the west egg of…

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    Sustainable cities 13 October 2015 New York city The city that I decided to write about for this assignment is New York City. The reason that I decided to choose this city was because of the interesting historic events that have happened in the city of New York and how it has come to one of the most thriving cities that is also the culture capital of the United States. New york officially did not get its name until the 18th century when the British seized New Amsterdam from the dutch…

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    20th Century Immigration

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    As someone who grew up in a city surrounded by the Andes mountains, the idea of visiting the city of New York became a dream to fulfill. From the beginning I was impressed by Manhattan’s skyscrapers and the view of the skyline from far away. Famous attractions like Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building, and the Brooklyn Bridge instantly became places that I wanted to visit one day. Two years ago I was finally able to visit New York City and I was not disappointed. Besides the key…

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