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    The Warrior Warriors

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    fought to see who was the greatest, the warrior class would come away victorious. Ever since the beginning of World of Warcraft, warriors were always there. They always had their shields and swords ready for battle. All other classes feared the warriors. The warriors have many advantages. They have devastating melee damage; that all their enemies should fear. Their defense is absolutely unreasonably by how strong it is. Warriors are the tanks of World of Warcraft and inflict maybe even more damage than a tank. As tanks in the real world take damage to protect others, so does the tank in World of Warcraft. Many parties have a warrior to keep the enemy busy while the others attack the enemy. Warriors are a force that nobody should take lightly. Warriors have a massive selection for the arsenal they can use in battle. Wands are the only weapon a warrior can’t use. Why would anyone want to wave a stick around anyway when you could smack people with giant…

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    Samurai Warrior Culture

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    The Age of the Warrior in Japan has a distinct impact on the culture of Japanese Samurai, it defined who they were and their beliefs. (Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia) This initiation of the warrior class in Japan began in 1185 with the period known as the Kamakura Period, which was the longest of the three periods in Medieval Ages of Japan. The time period was mark by the defeat of one of the most distinct families in Japan the Taira family and the leadership of the Kamakura…

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    “The Snake Warriors – Sons of the Tiger Teeth: a descriptive analysis of Carib warfare, ca. 1500-1820” by Neil Lancelot Whitehead Neil Whitehead, in his article The Snake Warriors analysed Carib warfare, uses historical texts’ to interpret Carib war culture and society anthropologically. He does this by first, describing Carib military tactics prior to European contact, discussing social and ideological context they were deployed, and also to analyze the effect European contact had on the…

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    “I was definitely the best-qualified candidate. I am going to convince them to hire me”. This is how Warrior might say about going for a job interview but not getting the job. For the Warrior archetype, its main goal is to set and achieve goals to prove it’s worthy. In today’s world, school and work are places we prove ourselves worthy, as we need to make our way into a society. This causes us to get lost in our desires and achieving goals become more aggressive. While observing the Warrior…

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    Justin Dilks Professor Duinink LAS 110 1 October 2014 Wounded Warrior Project 9/11 was one of the most pivotal moments in U.S. history. History shows that when somebody threatens the liberty and freedom of the United States, the people come together. Historical events such as the Pearl Harbor and the Boston Massacre are examples of Americans coming together to defend what is rightfully theirs. 9/11 was one of these uniting moments in U.S. history. U.S. military enlistment increased drastically…

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    The Woman Warrior Summary

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    “Conception: The Origins of a Story” as Applied to The Woman Warrior Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior depicts the hardships Kingston faces as she attempts to balance the culture of the country in which she resides, America, and the culture of her home country, China. This struggle is shown by Kingston’s account of various parts of her childhood, which shape who she is. Rather than simply a list of Kingston’s experiences, The Woman Warrior is a novel with broad social implications.…

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    Woman Warrior Critique

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    The Woman Warrior Critique In The Woman Warrior, the author, Maxine Hong Kingston, uses stories that focus on five female characters. These stories are used to depict her experience as a Chinese-American and the cultural aspects of both her past and present. Kingston uses themes, motifs and talk-stories to deliver her purpose to the audience. Her use of literary or stylistic devices in the book reveal an in depth portrayal of Chinese-American society. Each of the female characters of…

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    Woman Warrior Quotes

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    The Woman Warrior confronting the Baron and killing him as a woman inspires Kingston to embrace her own female identity. The woman warrior revealing her identity before killing the Baron inspires Kingston. Kingston retells the woman warrior’s experience, “You’ve done this,’ I said, and ripped off my shirt to show him my back. ‘You are responsible for this.’ When I saw his startled eyes at my breasts, I slashed him across the face and on the second stroke cut off his head.” (Kingston 44). Fa Mu…

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    Woman Warrior Analysis

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    Kingston struggles to express her ideas and beliefs rationally because she never had a teacher, which in turn makes her feel weak and powerless in comparison to the knowledge and self control of the Woman Warrior. While the Woman Warrior lives with the old people they teach her many lessons. One of those lessons is on self control and how to make the right decision that is beneficial to the majority of people. Kingston describes the Woman Warrior’s struggle to control her emotions when her…

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    The Woman Warrior Analysis

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    literature in 1976, “The Woman Warrior”. Many people found the reading a bit complex to grab, like why was the aunt is the no name woman? Now I have to admit the literature was a bit miscellaneous but I understood. Each chapter has its own meaning have why it is being told; the answer is in between the lines. Overlooking the reader’s review they raised many logical questions such as: why is the aunt labeled as the no name warrior? Why did the narrator tell extensions of stories? Why did the…

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