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    In “The Blazing World and Other Writings,” Margaret Cavendish introduces us to a new form of writing. Cavendish is a woman who adventured into the male zones of science, philosophy, and politics. In this story, Margaret shows that women are more than capable of taking over and ruling the world when the power is given to them. We are shown that Cavendish uses a feminist structure throughout her writings. The Blazing World and Other Writings begin with a lady being stolen from her home by merchants and his men. During her capture, the ship they are on is blown into the North Pole, while the ship continues to sail, the men are frozen to death. The lady is then taken to this mysterious world, which is later called, the blazing world. From the time of her arrival to the blazing world, she comes across strange creatures, which from her surprise, welcomes her openly. She is perceived as a god and everyone in this world praises and looks up to her. She becomes Empress, as she undergoes showing off and practicing her power to make changes to the society as thinking scientifically. Her homeland later becomes threatened by nations and the Empress takes it upon herself to bring her armies together and help rescue her homeland. She uses her power to ensure that her newly land is free from war, religious division, and unfair sexual discrimination The blazing world is a feminist piece of work written by Cavendish. Margret created an imagination world that enforces control she lacked in the…

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    walking the streets of slowly when Mercutio started to argue and start a fight while Benvolio wanted to avoid an argument between the capulets. Act 3 scene 2) juliet was patiently waiting for romeo to celebrate their wedding the nurse informs juliet that romeo had been banished from the city for killing tybalt Act 3 scene 3 ) friar laurence informs romeo that will be banished rather than death he was sad because he will have less time with juliet Act 3 scene 4) They have planned the…

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    followed by the citizens such as “nine nights”. Nine nights is defined as the ninth night following a burial, after which the spirit of the dead person is believed finally to rest; the culmination or main focus of the nine night celebration. When it comes to death…

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    compelled to live. However, as Nemerov grew older, he became pessimistic, and his poems became dismal and bitter due to his change in attitude. Nemerov displays the central theme in his poem “The Vacuum”. His reminiscent tone recalls his “slovenly life, [Nemerov’s] dog-dead youth” (Nemerov “The Vacuum” 4-5). If he was enthusiastic about living, his life would not be “dog-dead”. A dog-dead life is a life without purpose. Pessimistic people see no value to their lives, which is why they live in a…

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    shaping influences in our lives, it becomes a danger to our capacity for personal growth. In A Bird in the House, Margaret Laurence explores the necessity of willfully accepting and embracing the legacies of the dead in our lives. Through the use of tone and symbolism, we are able to observe the resultant growth that accompanies this acceptance. The narrator transitions from an impersonal to a personal tone as they come to embrace their grandfather's impact on their identity, which finally…

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    New Testament Sadducees, are descendants from Hasmonean families (Middendorf 50). The Sadducees are from the known parts of Jerusalem (Middendorf 50). They belong to the upper classes of Israel and are high priestly families (The Jewish Religious System). The Sadducees are leaders in the Jewish culture, yet rejected all supernatural objectives. They did not believe in the “popular beliefs of angels, spirits, and the resurrection of the dead” (Middendorf 50). The Sadducees had talked with…

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    stand for? 19. Describe the brief history of Biological Weapons in the U.S. 20. What kinds of precautions were necessary for Nancy Jaax to be able to work in Biosafety Level 3 conditions? What problems did she face? 21. What is unique about Biosafety Level 4? 22. How did Nancy Jaax end up working in Biosafety Level 4? 23. Describe the first known emergence of the Ebola virus. How did it get its name? 24. Who is Eugene Johnson? 25. How many different…

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    mortality, but death still appears to him time and time again. As a whole, this short story is the depiction of “the kings of terror” spoken of in the book of Job (Robey 4-5). Poe uses symbolism in the details of this story to strengthen the apocalyptic theme in the short story. For example, the last name Usher, reminds the reader of the Irish Bishop of Armagh, James Ussher, who wrote the Annales Veteris et Novi Testamenti (Cook 15). This book is a time line of the earth from Genesis to the…

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    Larry Heitmeier Period 1 English Research Paper Trap Shooting In trap shooting their are five shooters and one trap house. The shooters use shotguns to shoot clay disc’s as the targets. The field has five stations, and one trap house. At each station the shooters have to aim at different spots to hit the targets.(“Trap Shooting Basics”) Trap is a very old sport that has been modified through time. Hunters use to do trap with pigeons to prove their skills.(“Trapshooting”) Now people shoot trap…

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    What is freedom? Freedom comes in many different shapes and sizes. It is the right to do what one wants, live where he wants, eat what he wants, learns what he wants, and chooses the religion in which he believes, without hurting anybody or anything. In many different English texts, symbols are used to overcast the theme of freedom. In the book A Doll’s house, freedom is shown as being free from debt, free from work and being free from death. When reading the book, The Strangers That Came To…

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