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  • Little Rome Case Study

    Government. Attending these meetings will be key once I begin the tracking stories on my beat. And if I have some free time, maybe I’ll swing by some of Brookland’s most tasteful spots-Brookland’s Finest (Classic American brunch, opened in 2014), Brookland Café (Caribbean, opened in 2009), or Menomale Ettore Rusciano (Italian, opened in 2012)-and ask their owners what spawned their newfound interest in the neighborhood. Was it the young professionals who work on Capitol Hill that have moved to Brookland because its location on the Red Line? Or did they get a good deal on their rent? Wouldn’t be surprised if this made for a good business story. It’ll also be crucial to keep up with the picnics and community events sponsored by The Brookland Civic Association, to learn how residents are actively engaged in initiatives to curb crime and increase social awareness. Recently, The BNCA was responsible for stopping a WMATA proposal for the development of a Green Line on property outside of the Brookland-CUA Metro station. They are also part of an ongoing discussion with Howard University to explore properties for the university’s proposed development of a School of Divinity. This issue will be important to follow, as will, the twitter handles @BygoneBrookland and @BrooklandBridge, which will be critical as I build my beat.…

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  • Reflective Essay Red Lines

    Angry red lines. That’s what I called them. I hated them, loathed them. But at the same time, I needed them. I needed the pain, the sight of blood on my wrist. But summer was coming soon. It would be too hot for jumpers and long sleeves, so I was trying to go cold turkey. But it was so hard. So, so hard. Often I found myself holding the blade in my hands. Most of the time, I don’t even mean to. It just sort of, happened. And I hated myself for it. I wanted to stop. I really did. But it was like…

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  • Seattle Grace Hospital Red Line Analysis

    A red line can just seem like a color and a shape to some, but in the Seattle Grace hospital it represents the lives of every roaming doctor and nurse. Throughout the hospital, this red line is painted through hallways and doors. It represents where these elite surgeons are allowed to go, compared to the average citizen that walks in with a complaint. It separates areas where the hospital goes from being accessible to all, to only enterable by few. When one walks into a hospital there are many…

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  • Themes In 'Among The Red Guns'

    Among the Red Guns is a poem written by Carl Sandburg that portrays a speaker describing details of war. However, who the speaker is and what gender they are is made unclear throughout the poem. Notable in this poem is that the speaker continues to use the phrase, “dreams go on.” Sandburg uses literary devices such as imagery, tone, and repetition to help illustrate and provide information about war and its difficult aspects. Most importantly, Sandburg utilizes these literary devices in order…

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  • Romeo And Juliet Act 1 Scene 3 Scene Analysis

    singing. They were standing in a straight line and all within…

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  • Theme Of Revenge In Julius Caesar

    In the book Julius Caesar, act 3 scene 1, the lines 254- 275, spoken by Antony, a loyal friend of Caesar’s, is a foreshadowment of revenge for Caesar’s death. When the conspirators have left the Capitol and Antony is alone with Caesar 's dead body, he reveals his full intentions of what is about to come against the conspirators. In this piece, Antony begs pardon of Caesar’s dead body for having been nice to his murderers. He predicts that Caesar’s spirit will be ranging for revenge, and it will…

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  • The Death Of Beauty In Louise Bogan's Medusa

    The poem moves forward again as the line 3 starts with “Everything moved.” You break out of the surreal moment when the author creates the setting and admiring the area then all of a sudden you break out of your reverie when the poem continues with the words “Everything moved.” The natural order of plants moving and flowing to the wind. The feeling of things being normal with everything moving and no sooner does everything start, there is stillness again as the poem continues with “a bell hung…

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  • Morning In The Burned House Summary

    In “Morning in the Burned House,” Margaret Atwood suggests that when recalling the past there is a tendency for a person to desire dwelling in the past instead of living in the present, therefore there must be a destructive force in order to reinforce reality and continue progress. The author of the poem carefully chose the title as it reveals a lot about the entire meaning of the poem. Atwood used words such as morning, burned, and house in the title. Morning might be a connotation of a new…

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  • Stereotypes In Marilyn Chin's Elegy For Chloe Nguyen

    interest that probably rooted from her father’s occupation as a linguistic professor. Chin humorously uses a hyperbole in order to lightly brag about the brain of Chloe in Stanza 2, “However, even though Chin spoke so highly of Nguyen’s intellect, as the poem begins to shift it makes the reader question if Chloe wanted to be seen as the stereotype of a “Smart Asian.” As Chloe grows up in Marilyn’s poem, the reader starts to notice that Chloe has experienced dissatisfaction going on in her life.…

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  • Nancy's Bedroom Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    of Nancy’s character. He uses these strategies to show that conclusions about one’s character can be drawn from a small piece of information about their surroundings. Capote uses figurative language, such as irony, in the passage by using Nancy’s bedroom as an icon for her personality. As he describes the bedroom, he uses details to get the reader to feel acquainted with Nancy. He makes the reader feel as if they know Nancy personally, but he creates polarity and irony considering she was…

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