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    Looking Out From Within: An Analysis of "To Althea From Prison" Richard Lovelace was charming, handsome, and affluent. He embodied the disposition that any woman could fancy during his time, but outwardly that was all there was to him. If you were to ask around you would be told that he was well-off and distinguished and seemingly that was where his persona had stopped. So the question posed becomes, “why would a man so forgettable, be remembered for such a long period of time?” The works he composed such as "To Althea From Prison" answer as to why. Lovelace is known as a Cavalier poet, meaning he supported Charles I, the king of England at the time (Duncan 1211). This kind of adherence during the turmoil taking place at the time was not something…

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    • Greater Love is a poem written by Wilfred Owen where he mock romantic love for falling short in front of the brotherly-friendship bonds created during young men in war. • Wilfred Owen was an officer in World War I, however was sent to a hospital because he suffered from "shellshock". Here, he met poet Siegfried Sassoon, who played a part in influencing him to write poetry about war and the suffering of soldiers. He later returned to the war, where he was killed. Opening Statement and Title •…

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    The many different networks found in The Jewel House, Fruits and Plains: The Horticultural Transformation, The Philosophical Breakfast Club, Charles Darwin: The Power of Place, and The Thrilling Adventures of Babbage and Lovelace *The (Mostly) True Story of the First Computer, contributed to the production of natural knowledge because within each of these networks, scientists exchanged their work and findings amongst each other with hopes to further natural knowledge. Amongst these scientists…

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    Ada Lovelace, a gifted mathematician, she is famed for having written the instructions to the first computer program in the 1800s. Born the daughter of the famous poet, Lord Byron, Augusta Ada Bryan—“Ada Lovelace” was born in December 10, 1815 in London. At an early age it was evident that she had a gift when it came to mathematics. She was able to translate an article about an invention by Charles Babbage, while incorporating her on comments. She is accredited of being the first computer…

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    For a while afterwards, it is as if part of Ada has died but she fights against it. Ada becomes the victim of savage violence at the hands of Stewart. Flora, a witness to the price of her action of betrayal, screams in horror, while Ada experiences her pain in muteness. Silently, she takes a few steps into a puddle and with her skirt swallowing her to collapses in the mud. Stewart sends her finger to Baines with a violent threat and warning that there will be more cut off another finger for each…

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    Augusta Ada Lovelace Ada Lovelace was born on December 10th, 1815 in London England and died on November 27th, 1852 at 37 years old. Ada was the daughter of an english poet, Lord Byron. Ada grew up with both her mother and father, Lady and Lord Byron. Her mom was also a programmer but was not as good as the daughter she had raised alone. Ada’s mom gained sole custody of her right after she was born because Lady Byron was afraid Ada would not want to be a mathematician when she grew up but…

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    Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace Ada Byron, born Augustus Ada Byron in London, England in 1815. Her parents were Anne Isabella Milbanke and the famous Lord Byron. Ada father left Britain leaving her mother and her alone when Ada was just one month old. Ada never saw her father again and she never got to know him. Fearing that Ada would become like her father whose personality was a bit unstable; Anne saw that Ada received the best education using her aristocratic advantages to see that she…

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    Ada Lovelace, a gifted mathematician, she is famed for having written the instructions to the first computer program in the 1800s. Born the daughter of the famous poet, Lord Byron, Augusta Ada Bryan—“Ada Lovelace” was born in December 10, 1815 in London. At an early age it was evident that she had a gift when it came to mathematics. She was able to translate an article about an invention by Charles Babbage, while incorporating her on comments. She is accredited of being the first computer…

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    Today, I will be telling you how Ada Lovelace was important in the world of math and also why she is so important today. Ada Lovelace was born in London, United Kingdom on December 10, 1815. She was the daughter of Lord Byron and Anne Isabella Byron. Ada’s father had abandoned his wife and daughter when Ada was one month old leaving britain forever,he passed away in Greece at the age of thirty-six when Ada was only eight years old, so that means she didn’t have her father throughout her whole…

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    Ada Lovelace was the daughter of famed poet Lord Byron, and Augusta Ada Byron she was born in London on December 10, 1815. Ada was showing her gift on mathematics at a early age , also she translated and article about a invention by Charles Babbage . Ada’s mother divorced her husband 2 weeks after the baby was born a few months later lord byron left England and Ada never saw her father again . Years after that Ada’s father died in Greece when ada was 8 years old . When ada was growing up she was…

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