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“Smee” by A. M. Burrage

January 7, 2018

Throughout our lifetime most of us will read many stories. Some of these stories can be adventurous, romantic or horrifying. Some of these stories are good to read while some are very predictable and boring. Although some stories that are predicable tend to be boring, […]

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Daughters failing relationship with her father.

January 7, 2018

When you are a child, a father’s love is one of the most precious gifts. He is someone you look up to, someone you feel safe with, someone you hold dear to your heart. Fathers are the ones that take you to the park and […]

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Two diary entries

January 7, 2018

Hudson Bay Company’s fur trader and his personal experience and views My Diary June 15th, 1805 I have learnt a French song today. I have found singing is a great way to be entertained and escape reality while traveling the long tedious roads of our […]

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Assasination of Lincoln

January 7, 2018

The united States 1 6th president, the great Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on April 15th 1865. This Horrific act became the first assassination of any President in America’s history. What happened in Ford’s theater that night is still discussed today with conspiracy theories and unanswered […]

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Cultural Artifact

January 7, 2018

Natalie Gonzalez Professor Diana Solaria Communications 150 08 April 2014 Cultural Artifact Speech It’s pretty obvious what ill be talking about today and for those that are completely clueless then good at least I’m surprising a few. For those who don’t know what I’m holding, […]

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Lincoln Second Inaugural Address Rhet Ana

January 7, 2018

Cassia Balkans period 5 In the speech given to the divided population of the United States (both North and South) at the time of taking his second term as President, Abraham Lincoln announced his vision for the future of his great country once again becoming […]

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Analyzing “The Waking” by Theodore Roethke.

January 7, 2018

Great Nature has another thing to do. A To you and me; so take the lively air, B And, lovely, learn by going where to go. C This shaking keeps me steady. I should know. A What falls away is always. And is near. B […]

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Writing And Power

January 6, 2018

When humans write creation stories they are attempting to explain things that aren’t understandable. They want to fill gaps in knowledge that can’t be rationally answered. In chapter two, it states that “a peoples written accounts of creation were never merely interpretations of the origins […]

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Metaphor for life essay,comparing life to a dresser

January 6, 2018

Metaphor for life There are an Infinite number of ways for a person to describe their life. I think the best way is to use a metaphor. Many different metaphors can be used to explain an individual’s world. Anything can be used as a comparison, […]

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This essay is about my visit to Walters Museum

January 6, 2018

However, the blissfulness I expected from this encounter turned out not to be, as the Eternal Egypt collection from the British Museum was In town, and the museum was crowded with people. After paying the required fees, I headed to the first gallery which had […]

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Writing about an important experince

January 6, 2018

My Life Altering Experience It’s strange. The most life altering experience I’ve ever had is one of the few I can’t recollect at all. I pride myself on my ability to remember in detail pivotal events in my life. Kindergarten, my first day at primary […]

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