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    Neale Hurston is about a woman who is mistreated by not only her husband but by herself too and manages to reach a state of freedom that is shown through the image of the rising sun. In the story, Delia is so calm around all the violence and mistreatment she goes through on a daily basis. “She had brought love to the union and he had brought a longing after the flesh. Two months after the wedding, he had given her the first brutal beating”( Hurston 2). This quote represents that her magical matrimony only lasted for two months, and then turned into her worst nightmare. Not only that, but when the author used the word “brutal” she really wanted to point out that the narrator did not just get a slap to the face, but she was harshly…

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    I want to wake up to a view of the sun peaking above the horizon from the second story window in my house. The exact moment our world goes from dark to illuminate. Thick pillowing clouds now becoming visible with the arrival of the sun, accompanied by an infinitely large sky painted in marvelous shades of orange, red, yellow, and pink. The colors so saturated that the intensity makes my eyes squint. I want to wake up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. A scent of freshly brewed Colombian…

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    situation to intentionally cause and change the mood at any certain time. Daytime and sun are generally seen as positive, and so often lead to positive events. On the opposing side, nighttime, clouds, and rain are often seen as negative, and therefore may lead to death, pain, secrets, and betrayal. There are exceptions to this, but exceptions often also have different sets of language associated with them to paint them as opposite. Even without the assistance of mentioned weather, words…

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    What is Global Warming? Many feel as if it is a natural phenomenon that the Earth cycles through. They are terribly mistaken. It is the effect green house gasses that are emitted by many of the machines we use today. These gasses are getting trapped in the earths atmosphere, causing the temperature to rise. The effects of global warming are all around us and are becoming more prominent. This climate change is a serious threat that needs to be addressed. The sea levels are rising, food shortages…

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    extremely crammed. Homes that were meant to house 11,000 residents actually housed 27,000 (Chicago Southside 1950’s, 2011). The Southside was primarily made up of African-Americans, in fact, according to Chicago Southside 1950’s, 2011, it was considered the “Capital of Black America.” In A Raisin in the Sun, a play written by Lorraine Hansberry, the difficulties of African-American families living in Chicago were portrayed. Chicago has improved when it comes to crime rates, but poverty and…

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    It got it’s name from Penn’s Woods, from which WilliamPenn got from a debt that king Charles the II owed William Penn’s father, which he named Pennsylvania.It was settled by all kinds of people how were having trouble paying their taxes. George Clymer was on the committee to design the U.S. Constitution. He signed both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. He served the Congress for three years each time in a different position. He went on a mission to negotiate peace…

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    displayed as a long field with birds and with a sower throwing seeds, behind the sower towards the left corner is a blue house with a bright sun being centered. The work explains the immense thought and consideration and passion Van Gogh put into the creation of it. When picturing Van Gogh into creating The Sower I imagine him working in front of an easel in a place where he would know. Its like a perfect moment captured by him where it cultivates what he feels and wants the viewer to know. In…

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    country houses past and he wondered where the cop was going to take him. Mr. Mead asked the cop “where we were going” The cop mumbled “to the desert haha” Mr. Mead couldn’t hear him because the muffler of the car was too loud. Mr. Mead asked “Could you repeat that?” The cop shouted at the top of his lunges “No where! Now shush up.” Mr. Mead learned by not ask any questions ever again. Mr. Mead fell asleep, when he awoke when the sun was rising and shining bright into the window. He figured it…

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    considered one of the best sky watchers. The Indians regarded the stars as gods. They worshipped a star, The North Star, as a creator god. Whereas, for the South Star, they feared it because they thought it belonged to the underworld. One important aspect of the North Star was that according to the Pawnee, it was in charge of protecting people as well as the stars. Fascinatingly, they had a lot of knowledge of the science of stars by just observing and had predictions that we can now prove are…

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    Finis By Frank Pollack

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    Analysis of “Finis” The “Finis” by Frank L. Pollack is story about how the city of New York was waiting for this gigantic mass of glowing matter; then after twenty-six years the rays of that second sun caused a huge disaster to the city. The story begins in the newly built Physics Building of Columbia University that was about twelve stories high. In the building, there was a physics laboratory that had many people inside of the room, their names were Davis, Eastwood, Alice Wardour, and…

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