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    [1] In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, both Europe and America witnessed the rise of a new literary movement known as the gothic, or anti-transcendentalist, movement. [2] The American gothic movement came about in reaction to the transcendentalist movement, which strongly supported the ide...
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    Poetry is often a difficult type of literature to really enjoy. In fact, it seems like most of the people you talk to don’t like poetry at all. They give lots of reasons for not liking it, and many of those reasons do seem valid. Some say that they don’t like poetry because the words don’t ...
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    Ms. Ida Knoh 3815 Blondie Lane Idiot City, IN 58681 March 2, 2011 Mr. Randy Clippatoh Randy's Elderly Toenail Clipping Service 4123 Fungus Avenue Ft. Smelly, IN 58674 Dear Mr. Randy Clippatoh; I was talking to my grandmother the other day and noticed t...
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    The Dead Poet’s Society has moved hundreds of viewers as they follow the story of a number of boys attending a high-prep high school known as Welton Academy. Ending with Neal Perry’s suicide, the inspiring film brings the viewers to question and wonder at how such an honorable and gifted boy su...
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    No man is good, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Therefore, John Proctor was not a good person; he was a sinner. Since no man is good, does mean that all men are bad? No, John Proctor was a sinner, and he did commit the horrendous act of adultery. However, John Proct...
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    By far the two most talked about slave trades include the Atlantic slave trade to the Americas and the one in the Muslim world. Though they are both popular and well known today, they were extremely different in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. For example, in the Americas most slaves worke...
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    DBQ Essay: What was the appeal of Buddhism in Post-Classical China? Faith by the poor; Cult by the Wealthy Buddhism entered China by the first century A.D., spreading like wild fire following the end of the great Han dynasty in 220 A.D. The Buddhist “Four Noble Truths,” the background of ...
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    I look up to you all; You're my idol, my hero, The reason I do what I do. I watch the way you do What you do; Naturally the best at everytthing. And I long to be Like you. I look up to you all; You're my captain, my leader, Showing me what to do. I listen to what you say And...
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    First, we pick two captains, and those two captains fairly split the group into two even teams. Second, we grab a soccer ball, all aired up and ready to go. Third, we choose the best goalie and set him up in the beautiful net. Fourth, we establish the boundaries adn the field and make su...
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    They were all piled on the couch. IN the condo. I sat in front of the fireplace, in the spotlight, facing everyone. I sleep third and fourth hour every day, Brit said. I stare at her, my chin nearly touching the floor. I've never slept in school; I don't wanna fail. Now it's eve...
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    I'll be waiting here for you; Here where we were friends, Here where we played our game. I'll be watching here for you; Here where we became us, Here where we talked each night. I'll be remembering here for you; Here where we got close, Here where we fell in love. I'll b...
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    Springtime is near. The time when the earth comes alive again after a harsh winter. This year, I am among the annual hustle and bustle of the eighth grade class. It is my turn to go through the mall, pointing out different dresses I like for graduation. It is my turn to be a part of the student ...
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    The plot in The Piano Lesson weakened the play for me. The play starts out pretty serious and with many good messages. It leads you to expect a very serious ending that teaches you a good life lesson or wraps up the play. However, you get some big joke to end the play and it leaves you feeling ex...
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    The neighbor lady next door, I believe her name is Louise or Lou Ann or something like that, had called and asked me if she could use my portable television. I had told her yes, that she could borrow it. After all, it's not like Edna could watch it. And what would I do with it? I don't...
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    The poem I May, I Might, I Must shows us that Marianne Moore believes that nothing is impossible and that your attitude is everything. Basically, it says that if you do not try, you will fail. Marianne Moore believes that if you think something is not possible, then for you it isn't. However...
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    Breathe, just breathe, I remind myself. My lungs are screaming, "Air, air! More air!" The wind struggles against me. Welcomed, cooling sweat runs down my face adn neck. The newly risen sun warms my flushed, tan skin. My muscles protest as I pick it up. I listen to the morning's...
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    After a long day of watching my friends play basketball, getting the fans pumped up and absolutely crazy, holding in comments to the refs that would for sure lose us the sportsmanship award, and pretending that obnoxious coach on the bench isn’t my dad, my friends from Racine Christian School and ...
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    “Dear Magwitch, I must tell you at last, you understand what I say?” This is the introductory line to the short speech Pip gave to Magwitch, truly showing that during the last minute of Magwitch's life, Pip's world is changed forever. He realizes that what society teaches about socia...
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    Suddenly, I was all alone; no one was near me. I saw bits of green, plant-like things scattered about on the sandy, rocky ground. The light wasn't as bright as moments before. My whole body was wet and my eyes stung. Where was I? A few years ago, my family had gone to my grandparent'...

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