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  • Holden's Alienation In Catcher In The Rye

    He particularly has a penchant for lying as demonstrated on his train ride after he gets kicked out of Pencey.A mother of his peer recognizes the Pencey marking and asked him about her son and if he knows him.holden for no apparent reason lies and says his name is Rufus and that her son is very well liked. This however…

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  • Rock And Roll Poet: Bob Dylan

    Bob Dylan Bob Dylan, born Robert Zimmerman in Duluth, Minnesota, is a famous rock and roll singer and song writer. He is well known for having reinvented himself and his music several times though out his life. He started his career as a traditional folk singer and songwriter in the early 60’s. Early on in his career, he incorporated rock into his music, which created a new genre of folk rock. He was known for singing about serious moral related issues, especially political ones though out his…

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  • How Does Jhumpa Lahiri Search Of Identity

    to meld to a new world without forgetting the old. Gogol is the son of Ashima and Ashoke in the novel. They gave Gogel name to their son. He is given the name by his father who, before he came to America to study at MIT, was almost killed in a train wreck in IndiaGogol changes his name to Nikhil because he doesn’t like Gogol name. He beliefs that Nikhil is a Bengali name, and Gogol is an old Russian dude's last name. Gogol is torn between finding his own unique identity without losing his…

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  • The Many Cries Of The Trail Essay

    The Many Cries of the Trail When most people think of the ancestry of history in the United States, many think of the first settlers, Christopher Columbus and the Pilgrims. Not many recognize the Native Indians, Indians were the first people to settle in the lands and the many to be taken away from their sacred motherland. White Americans had said that they feared the Indians because they we’re aliens who took over land more so savages. President Andrew Jackson was the supreme ruler of the…

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  • The Importance Of Blame

    militarized response; a response that no one was adequately prepared to handle. Blame has been placed on the Attorney General, ATF, and FBI who took over in March. There was one man who was never considered culprit of this nationally televised train wreck, Vernon Howell, more commonly known by David Koresh. He used strict control, fear mongering,…

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  • Why Is Homework Important In Today's Society

    lifestyle, and may also involve having a significant other in life. Once a student has all of these responsibilities they are very busy and barely ever get any downtime in life. Now stack two to four hours on top of that student’s life and it is a train wreck waiting to happen. These hours of homework are what can cause a student to get less sleep every night, which creates a lack in mental and physical performance. (“Pros and Cons of Homework”). When your body gets so used to going to sleep…

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  • Panic Attacks And Anxiety

    “Panic attacks and anxiety attacks are not real, people only fake them to get attention from others. They just fake an asthma attack and say they are having a panic attack”. No, Panic disorders, Generalized Anxiety disorder, Obsessive Compulsive disorder, Post-Traumatic stress disorder, and Specific Phobias are not fake; they are terrible mental DISORDERS that millions of people encounter everyday. It is more common than you think for people to say that a panic attack or anxiety attack are just…

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  • Sedita Character Analysis

    Going though Sedita’s eight characters it was hard for me to pin point some people in my family as only one character. Some people in my family I believe highly resemble two to three characters. However, I broke it down to who the characters are the majority of the time. The first character, The Logical Smart One, I pinpointed as my dad. I chose my dad to be the logical smart one, not only because he is a very smart and knowledgeable person, but also he is the person that keeps everyone else in…

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  • The Clinton Conspiracy

    “Known as “The boys on the track” case, reports say the boys may have stumbled upon the Mena Arkansas airport drug operation” (Dishaw). The initial coroner's report said “they were killed by a train because they had fallen asleep on the tracks while under the influence of marijuana” (Dishaw). “Later reports claim the two boys had been slain before being placed on the tracks” (Dishaw). It is believed that the boys were killed because they witnessed…

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  • Stop The War On Drugs

    America does not need to be endangered even more. Right now in America, 50,000 people per year are dying of drug overdose. Think about the ways that people could die if marijuana was legalized and the U.S stopped the war on drugs. Impaired drivers could wreck into innocent people, Addiction would be on the rise even more, or there would be so many addicts that there would not be enough supply around, drug addicts that are going through withdrawal is not a good thing. Another point in this is the…

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