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    Stephen Barrett, M.D. is the author of A Close Look at Naturopathy. Dr. Barrett has written more than two-thousand articles, delivered more than three-hundred talks, and has written fifty-two books. Dr. Stephen Barrett is a retired psychiatrist. He has expertise in medical communications, operates twenty-five web sites, and is a peer-reviewed panelist for top medical journals. He is qualified to write about all of the topics on the website including naturopathy because of his extensive personal resource library and his degree. The author does not appear to have a particular set of world views. Dr. Barrett advocated for all consumers and their health, not to a specific gender, sex, race, etc. The information provided on the website Dr. Barrett…

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    its nap. I'm the only one at the outpost my team has found to reuse as a checkpoint. The rest of the unit is either on patrol duty or scavenging for supplies, since we've only received one airdrop from H.Q. all month, I fear that the eastern raiders have sabotaged our supply line. I was tasked to finish the new wall to create two lines of defense. The new wall would be on the outside and the existing wall on the inside. As I was heading to the wall I spotted a person in a checkered mask and…

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    The perspective of a work of literature changes from the first time you set your eyes on it. My point of view of the poem Porphyria’s Lover by Robert Browning changed drastically from the beginning of this research project till now. As I looked into information over this poem and different aspects about it, I began to have more of an open mind towards it and understand the true meaning behind it. I learned that poetry has more to it that just the words that were printed on the page. It allowed…

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    The short story “Federigo's Falcon” by Giovanni Boccaccio and the poem “How Do I Love Thee” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning both develop the theme of love in their own ways. “Federigo's Falcon” develops the theme of love by telling the story of a man who gave up his most prized possessions twice for the woman he loves. “How Do I Love Thee” develops the theme of love by having the narrator detail how much they love their partner and by describing their unconditional love. Both pieces of writing…

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    Context plays a significant role in portraying values of the composer triggered by time and place. ‘Sonnets from the Portuguese’ (1845) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning is a reflection of her personal experiences in the context of the Victorian era’s gender issues and female expectation in a Petrarchan form. Similarly F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ (1926) centres of the failure and tragedy of the American dream in the Roaring 20's. Both texts explore the positive and negative effects of…

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    Elizabeth Barret Browning was born on March 6, 1806 at Coxhoe Hall, Durham, England, being the first in her family to be born in England. She was one of the most famous poets of the Victorian period and of the Romantic Movement. Romanticism was the largest artistic movement of the late 1700s that originated in Europe. She had lived with her father Edward Moulton-Barrett, who owned sugar plantations in Jamaica, her mother Mary Graham Clarke Moulton-Barret and 11 younger siblings. Mr. Barrett had…

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    Despite texts being written in different eras, they can still reflect similar enduring values that can transcend their own contexts. These values are the subconscious ideals that influence the way all human beings behave and act. Such ideals are shaped by the sociocultural, economic and historical contexts. This idea is clearly seen through the comparison of the novel, ‘The Great Gatsby’ by F Scott Fitzgerald and the Sonnets of the Portuguese, XIV and XXII by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.…

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    Elizabeth Barrett Browning “To George Sand: A Desire” This poem speaks against a society that decided the customary roles for women by dominion men; case in point- line 3 “moaning defiance”. This poem illustrated how women follow their dreams without embarrassment. It opens with an authoritative tribute to sand and looks into the sexual characteristics with this verse, “Thou large-brained woman and large hearted man”. The next few lines of the poem explored the roles of both sexes by…

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    3) In the poem of If Thou Must Love Me by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, she states in the first two lines of the poem that she wants unconditional and pure love. Secondly, she desires a love that is not based on external qualities because those qualities will change over time with aging. Browning also believes that the love that exists between the souls of the two individuals is deeper and more profound than the love based off of appearance. Lastly, the poet also states that love for the sake of…

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    Love does not have a fixed definition, and is described and expressed in different ways. Is an emotion, attraction to something or someone, and even unexplainable. It is so complex and can be for a food, person, friend, item, it can be for anything. The same way láska is expressed in different language. One of the most popular forms of expressing love from person to person is by poems or poetry. Elizabeth Bishop and Elizabeth Barret Browning are two poets who have shown what love is to them in…

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