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Autobiographical Elements of To Kill a Mockingbird
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Fictional stories are often a reflection of an author’s life, even if they themselves do not realize that. This is certainly the case for Harper Lee who is the author of critically acclaimed “To Kill a Mockingbird”.  She has an uncanny... (more »)
Alice in Wonderland: What Message Does It Send?
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I dug deep to find out what Alice in Wonderland was really about. The classic story, Alice in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll, has been part of numerous childhood occasions and merely seemed like a simple fairy tale, but it goes much, much... (more »)
1984, Communism, and Being Human
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George Orwell’s dystopia novel, 1984, was penned in response to the turbulent threat of totalitarian regimes sprouting up in Europe and Asia in the 1940’s. It took the ideas and philosophies in their infancies and accelerated them into a... (more »)
Study Pressure Mounting On Students!
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hello friends ,i would like to ask u a simple question "what is a pressure cooker?" u 'l say it’s a machine which cooks food quickly due to the pressure mounting in it. but now coming on to the present situation we the... (more »)
Albert Snyder This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
“He was a hero, and he was the love of my life.” - Albert Snyder Ironically enough, Lance Corporal Matthew Snyder’s funeral took place on a glorious March day. The cascading light trickled lazily down his coffin and pooled at the feet of... (more »)
The Impossible Punnett Square This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The simple art of crossing, exhibited by Gregor Mendel’s dexterous play with mere varieties of peas, has been practiced to lay out the mischief of probability. The unpredictable nature of this branch of math seems to deceive all but one. With... (more »)
An Age of Enlightenment
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“Cheyenne Mountain sits on the eastern slope of Colorado’s Front Range … beautiful and serene, dotted with rocky outcroppings, scrub oak, and ponderosa pine” (1). Yet underneath its pastoral, natural façade lies a “top-secret,... (more »)
The Poor Gatsby
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The American Dream evokes images of the classic middle class family in the midst of suburbia with a car in their driveway and a hearty dinner on the table. Their white picket fence graces the green grass of their freshly mowed lawn, as their kids... (more »)
You Are What You Do
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Look at your hands. Examine your hair. Assess your taste in music. Where did it all come from? Was it your genetic makeup or your upbringing? The debate has raged on for decades, and just as soon as we believe we have unearthed the definite... (more »)
Notes to the Individual
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“I swear, by my life and my love of it, that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine,” the renowned novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand promised to herself when writing her best-known book The... (more »)
Willful Obedience
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In 1961, Stanley Milgram began experimenting with the tendency of people to obey authoritative figures, even when they are consciously performing unethical acts. He became interested in this idea after the trial of WWII criminal Adolph Eichmann... (more »)
The Home Front of WW2: Briton and Germany
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Home Front What is it? The home front is an informal organisation of all of the civilian people at the time of war. They hardly ever fight themselves but send over supplies and work in the factories that make up the supplies for the war... (more »)
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Growing up I understood what it was like to live without money, but it hurt me to find out why I was living with so little. My mom was working at Panda Express for minimum wage merely to support our family. It was a constant struggle to see her... (more »)
Freedom is for the Birds
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A fat pigeon soars over the thrumming streets, screeching taxies, and determined pedestrians of New York. His black glass bead eyes blur the insignificant world hundreds of feet below him, and his hidden ears feel only the buzz of the shrieking... (more »)
Illegal Organ Trafficking
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A woman stricken by poverty enters a bustling public hospital to have her ovarian cyst removed. After receiving a shot of anesthesia, she wakes up in great pain to find a gruesome seventeen-inch scar running across her side. Her eyes widen in... (more »)
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You Don't Have to Hate School
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School. Everyone hates it. Well, almost everyone. Admittedly, they have good reason to dislike it. Sitting in a classroom for seven hours a day, then going home to do homework is not pleasant. In fact, it is awful. However, there are some (myself... (more »)
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