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    King Richard II’s Underserved Loyalty by the Commoners Wat Tyler’s Rebellion was written after 1381 by an anonymous author to persuade the readers that King Richard II did not deserve the loyalty and devotion put forth by the commons. The author provides the reader with a chronicle of the peasant’s revolt in which he presents the commons’ reasons for revolting and how the King reacts to each interaction with the commons. The peasants are portrayed as justified in their actions, while the King is portrayed as a leader with no preference towards helping the peasants. In the beginning of the chronicle, the author reveals the reasons fueling the peasants rebellion. The peasants are being heavily and unjustly taxed. The author states that not…

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    became a teacher because I loved to talk, but more than that I loved to share. As always, my mother was right. She believed in me, as well as many of the Tyler ISD teachers who taught me and for this I will always be grateful! It is my desire to believe in my students and encourage them to be the best they can be each day! From my earliest recollections I knew I wanted to be a teacher. My first classroom was in my bedroom closet where I taught Raggedy Ann and Andy, an overstuffed bear named…

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    The next area that causes the Khmers to be superior to the Polynesians is their strength in having a strong government and strong rulers who lift the lives of all people who follow. Some strong leaders that changed the way of life in the Khmer Empire were rulers such as Jayavarman II, Jayavarman VIII amd Jayavarman VII. This was an advantage as it caused the Khmers to win many battles as leaders of the Khmer Empire were very smart and had a lot of knowledge to be able to defeat other empires.…

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    Tyler Perry Book Report

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    A specific event that had a great impact on my view of writing is when I first remember reading an autobiography about Tyler Perry. Within this autobiography it talks about Tyler’s life as a child, how he grew up, and his family back ground. It talks about how he got into being a writer, producer, and an author as you know Tyler Perry is one of the most successful writers and entertainers in the film industry. Tyler Perry was born into a wealthy background and he had to save money and work hard…

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    The film Diary of a Mad Black Woman written by Tyler Perry and released in theatres in the year 2005 tells the story of a woman, Helen McCarter, whom after 18 years of marriage to her husband, Charles McCarter, is notified that she is being left for another woman and savagely thrown out of her home. Helen, with neither work experience nor money turns to her grandmother Mabel Simmons, but commonly referred to as Madea. Helen, over the course of several months finds herself going through the…

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    Angkor's Disappearance

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    Angkor is a city found in the forests of Cambodia, and is the remanence of the Khmer Empire. Dating back to the ninth century, this city consists of a variety of temples and was erected in dedication to the Hindu god Vishnu , and was once the largest city in the world. At its peak, Angkor covered over 1000 square kilometres , and the city is surrounded by a series of moats and waterways that were integral to the architecture of the city. There is much debate surrounding the fall of Angkor, but a…

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    The environment in which the Khmer empire developed are crucial for understanding the empire’s rise and fall. At its peak, the empire controlled one-third of mainland southeast Asia. The empire is located in a hot tropical environment in which temperature are almost constantly above seventy degrees Fahrenheit. The capital Angkor which is located at the basin of lower Mekong River in Cambodia, has a monsoon climate in which most rain comes in the summer months from June to November. The winter…

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    Tyler Perry Analysis

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    Tyler Perry is one of America’s best writer because he dynamically portrays the black experience. Perry was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to his father Emmitt Perry, Sr. who’s highly abusive. On the other hand, his mother Willie Maxine Perry taught her son the fundamental values of love, family, perseverance through church. Perry’s writing is reflective of his family background from the character Medea. Moreover, Perry’s is subjectively and objectively geared towards portraying black issues…

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    Tamika Devonne Catchings was born July 21, 1979. As a young child she was being teased for the way she looked with big hearing aids. They picked on her in the classroom but they couldn't in sports. She outworked them and eventually she was better than them. When she was in the third grade she was tired of people picking on her so she threw her hearing aids. She overcame many obstacles in her life. She had several days where she wish she was normal. When she threw her hearing aids her…

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    The show opens with a fast forward to the final episode of the season, similar to season one of How to Get Away with Murder (Robinson, 2015). A station wagon is seen flying down a dirt road and we see the three main characters (who are inside the car) looking behind them in a panic. Without any further context it will cut to the opening credit sequence which are panoramic shots of New Mexico, inspired by the opening scene of chapter 39 of House of Cards (Buchman, 2015). In the pilot episode, the…

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