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  • Summary Of Paul's Case By Willa Cather

    In the story “Paul’s Case,” the author Willa Cather refers to a boy named Paul. He lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with his dad. He did not like his teachers, the town he lived in nor his house on Cordelia street. He wanted to be around beautiful things and have fancy clothes. Paul only wanted to work in the Carnegie Hall; However, he did not want to be an actor, but he wanted to be around that kind of people. He knows he does not fit in and he dreamed of traveling abroad and getting out…

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  • The Role Of Immigration In The Orphan Train By Christina Baker Kline

    In Christina Baker Kline’s novel The Orphan Train, one specific critical concern of the Sister’s of Mercy is immigration. Out of the four critical concerns, I feel as if immigration stands out the most throughout the novel. The novel was based on the time period where immigration was extremely popular in America. The orphan train transported children around the country and made certain stops where the children would be put into foster homes. The challenges and traumatic experiences the…

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  • Pets: How Caring For Animals Can Make You Happier

    A Man’s Best Friend After coming home from a frustrating day of school, Emily plops down on the couch wanting some down time when suddenly her mother rushes into the room. “How was school? Did anything exciting happen? Was lunch good? How did that Math test go? Why aren’t you answering me? Just so you know tomorrow you will have to ride the bus. When does musical practice start?” her mom says, showering her with questions. Caught up in this overwhelming situation, Emily shouts back and runs up…

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  • In My Hands: A Holocaust Rescuer Book Summary

    The setting of the text In My Hands: A Holocaust Rescuer by Irene Gut Opdyke with Jennifer Armstrong changes constantly and many years pass. Overall, she was in the countries: Poland, the Soviet Union, Russia, and Germany. This book was spread out for most of Irene’s life before and during the war. To begin, as a child Irene lived in many different cities in Poland. The first town Irene lived in was a little town called Kozienice. Irene obtained fame in the village when she almost fell into…

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  • Impressionist Art Movement

    painted tourists and higher class people enjoying their leisure time. Monet enjoyed the occupied and restless train station of St. Lazare in Paris. He took pleasure in watching people moving out and about the station. Monet would sit in different parts of the station to take in the sights. Claude Monet highlighted the modernization and industrialization of Europe by incorporating train stations and factories into his works of art. In addition, in 1892 and 1893, Monet created a series of…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Industrialism

    Industrialism Essay Every aspect of life someway has been influenced by the industrial revolution. The industrial revolution took place from around 1760 to 1820 (19th century). Beginning with Great Britain within a few decades spread throughout the western hemisphere. This revolution transformed old manufacturing processes by speeding production methods through machinery, chemical manufacturing, and increasing use of steam and electrical power. One of the most important changes of the industrial…

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  • Phileas Flogg

    he can successfully travel around the world in 80 days. Phileas accepted the wager from his friends at the reform club that he could travel around the world from London to London in just 80 days. It is 1870, so traveling is done mostly by boat and train. He takes his newfound French servant, Passepartout, and 20,000 pounds to embark on a journey across the world. Unknown to Phileas, he is wanted for a robbery at a bank in London and is chased by a detective named fix, which will only cause…

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  • Case Study: NJ Transit

    NJ Transit’s annual report, 94.4% of rail, 90.7% bus, and 98.1% light rail meet the on the time performance mode. To measure its on-time performance, the agency use a data base from a main frame computer to generate report and analysis. Typically a train is considered late if it arrives or departs five minutes and 59 seconds later than its scheduled time. As for the bus, the same rule applies and the conductor is responsible to record the cause of the delay, whether its traffic, weather related…

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  • Should Service Animals Be Allowed In Public Places Essay

    It’s your mom’s birthday! You have reservations for her favorite restaurant, The Hill Top! You want to make her birthday a special one since she does so much for you, even though she can’t hear. You arrive at the hostess station at the entrance of the restaurant. You are so excited to give your mom your awesome present you got her, that you even tell your mom’s service bird to gome to your shoulder to calm you down. Then the unthinkable happens. The hostess won't let you into the restaurant with…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Man And The Child

    other on the train to Parama, the ghetto suburb just on the out skirts of the city. Both there eyes were scanning all around like a fish trying to find its way around the ocean, they looked pass each other through the window, trying to entertain their selfs for the duration of the journey, but all there was outside was just an empty landscape. The idea of emptiness got into their heads, with their eyes loosing its colours as they both submerge into sadness. As time flies, the train kept on…

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