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  • Whitmans Song Of Myself - 537 words
    Whitman's Song Of Myself In section twenty four of Song of Myself Walt Whitman describes the relationship he has with everything else in this world. Whitmans description reflects his beliefs about radical equality and the love of nature. He does this by using a few different poetic devices. When reading this section it seems that Whitman is extremely vain, but he prepares the reader for this in the first stanza. He explains that he is just the same as every other person and is No more modest than immodest. This stanza sets up the rest of the section. After the reader has been warned in the first stanza, the next three stanzas describe the state of mind Whitman is in when creating this sectio ...
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  • Who Is To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet - 1,204 words
    Who Is To Blame For The Deaths Of Romeo And Juliet? Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy about two star crossed lovers whose love cannot apart them from their two feuding families. In this essay I will state who or what are responsible for their deaths, the main theme of the story is hatred and fate. Firstly I must introduce the two families because their attitude of hatred is responsible for the deaths mainly because if they hadnt quarrelled then maybe Romeo and Juliet wouldnt have got married in secret. Resulting in the feud all the members perpetuated the feud this is illustrated by Tybalt from the Capulet family, Juliets cousin, he started the fight that resulted in Romeo getting banished and h ...
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  • Why Microsoft Is A Monopoly - 2,935 words
    ... move into other markets. With large areas of commercial activity moving onto the Internet, a prime Microsoft goal is to take substantial control of the standards governing financial transactions on the Internet and to use that position to leverage itself into an array of on-line commercial activities. While working to set the software standards for financial transactions on the Internet, Microsoft is rapidly moving from being a software supplier to being a major direct player in Internet commerce unto itself by using its dominance of software and its monopoly position in operating systems to reinforce its other businesses on-line. Microsoft had originally hoped to take a very direct rou ...
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  • Why Nuclear Fusion Is So Cool For A Fusion Reaction To Take Place, The Nuclei, Which Are Positively Charged, Must Have Enough - 1,186 words
    Why nuclear fusion is so cool....... For a fusion reaction to take place, the nuclei, which are positively charged, must have enough kinetic energy to overcome their electrostatic force of repulsion. This can occur either when one nucleus is accelerated to high energies by an accelerating device, or when the energies of both nuclei are raised by the application of very high temperature. The latter method, referred to the application of thermonuclear fusion, is the source of a lot of really cool energy. Enough energy is produced in thermonuclear fusion to suck the paint of 1 city block of houses and give all of the residents permanent orange Afros. The sun is a example of thermonuclear fusion ...
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  • Why Nuclear Fusion Is So Cool For A Fusion Reaction To Take Place, The Nuclei, Which Are Positively Charged, Must Have Enough - 1,193 words
    ... be one of those wacky science thingys. Sort of like why inflammable and flammable mean the same thing. Who knows. Anyway, Magnetic-field configurations fall into two typed: open and closed. Wow, that was real obvious. In an open configuration, the charged particles, which are spiraling along magnetic field lines maintained by a solenoid, are reflected at each end of a cell by stronger magnetic fields. I have found in my research that if one used a 9-volt battery (preferably from a old smoke detector) the reaction takes place much more efficiently. In this simplest type of mirror machine, many particles that have most of their velocity parallel to the solenoidal magnetic field are not re ...
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  • Wicca - 1,315 words
    Wicca Religion The many mysteries and complexities of the religion of Wicca originate from the Celts, the druids of Britain and the mysteries of the Cauldron of Cerridwen of Cerridwen and teachings of the transformation hidden in the story of Taliesin. The oldest know European Wiccan practices actually originate form the ancient regions in and around Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Italy. In most any case this culture predates the Celtic tradition by at least a thousand years. In the Celtic lands the druids taught what they called " Mystery tradition", which was a blend of indigenous belief and foreign influences. Many people today believe that the druid cult was the surviving remnant of an e ...
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  • Wilder Works And Time Theme - 1,748 words
    ... ime. Mrs. Antrobus also gains a new dimension (primitive life forms) which consequently expands her multi-personage to prehistoric times when the earth was dwelled by micro-organisms. This is interesting as far as the characters do not exist only as human beings but also as first primitive livings. The experiencing of presented time is extended to its maximum. Being aware of living simultaneously on all time-levels, Mrs. Antrobus has (and still does) witnessed all recorded history. Her mind is full with all events in the history of the Universe - past, present and future. As Burbank rightly points out, it seems to be as if "time-present and time-past are put into the eternal present" for ...
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  • William Blakes The Tyger - 308 words
    William BlakeS The Tyger Midterm Even after all these years we as humans still ask why evil exists and where does it come from. As stated in William Blake's powerful piece of poetry The Tyger its hard for us as a people to acknowledge that such a fearsome creature who preys on mankind could have been created by God. In his work Blake approaches the idea of the tiger as being a dark and evil creature created only for destruction And what shoulder and what art Could twist the sinews of thy heart? And, when thy heart began to beat, What dread hand? and what dread feet? Blake clearly observes the beauty of the creature but seems more drawn to the dark mystery of the creature. During the time per ...
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  • William Shakespeares Romeo Juliet - 907 words
    William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet The children of two warring families fall in love with tragic consequences for all concerned. Shakespeare's play has been subject to several adaptations in the centuries since its first appearance, including movement to other media (painting, music). But in the twentieth century there have been three which have surpassed adaptation and significantly reformulated it for their media: Sergei Prokofiev's 1935 ballet, the 1957 Laurents / Sondheim / Bernstein / Robbins Broadway stage musical West Side Story and this film. Though there have been countless other film versions, including interesting and stimulating updates and adaptations like Zeffirelli's controv ...
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  • Wolf Story - 349 words
    Wolf Story Tuska was a caring, loving, but aggressive, wolf. She had settled for the winter in Northern Alaska near a heard of caribou. In her den lay five pups of her own that she loved very much. The alpha male, Nuka, and she were about to go on a hunt. Larsk would watch the pups while the parents were out. The crisp, clean snow crunched under the pairs feet as they trotted through the dusk-white tundra. Tuska and Nukas eyes darted in all directions, scanning the land for any brisk movement, any sound wavering in the air. In the distance, Nuka spotted some caribou approaching from the horizon. You go from the left and I will go from the right! he shouted, and they galloped to their positio ...
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  • Womens Beauty - 1,108 words
    Women's Beauty Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In the eyes of society, women like Pamela Anderson, Tyra Banks and Carmen Electra are the epitome of perfection. What girl would not want to look like them? Unfortunately, a number of girls want to be just like them. Every year, millions of people are hurting themselves trying to be carbon copies of these sex symbols. The media presents society with unrealistic body types promoting people, especially women, to look like them. Through TV shows, commercials, magazines or any form of advertising, the media enforces a certain body type which women emulate. The so-called perfect body type causes many negative effects on women in the US. Women w ...
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  • Wrestling - 737 words
    Wrestling I would just like to start out and say that I dont think that watching wrestling on television is worth while. I cant understand how millions of people sit around their living rooms watching a bunch of muscle-bound wanna be jocks play fight and talk *censored*. ITS NOT REAL! What else do I have to say? The wrestlers and the officials admit it. The couch potatoes that watch this garbage are drawn in by the story of all things. You see, there is an ongoing saga behind every pseudo-body slam. None of it is real though, none of the trash talking, partnerships, or the fighting is real. Even so, people still are addicted to it. Wrestling today is bigger than it has ever been before. It i ...
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  • Wuthering Heights - 1,257 words
    Wuthering Heights The Power of Fate Fate, a term which seems to appear every so often in the everyday world, can be a powerful force when dealing with the predetermination of events. Whether in the past, present or future, fate can change how things were, or are supposed to be. As William Jennings Byran, a famous military colonel, once said, "Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is not a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing which is to happen." Fate cannot be altered and is something which must happen to everyone and everything. As is the case with Thomas Hardy's novel, Return of the Native. Without the element of fate, the plot of Return of the Native would h ...
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  • Yanomamo Tribe - 1,269 words
    Yanomamo Tribe The Yanomamo My name is Eric Dunning and this is my proposal to go and study the Yanomamo tribe in the rain forests of Brazil. I have compiled a historical outline of the Yanomamo tribe and some of their religion and culture, ranging from marital status to the type of food they eat. I have chosen this tribe because according to many anthropologists the Yanomamo are perhaps the last culture to have come in contact with the modern world. The Yanomamo people of Central Brazil are one of the oldest examples of the classic pre-Columbian forest footmen. The Yanomamo live in almost complete seclusion in the Amazon rain forests of South America. The Yanomamo live in small bands or tri ...
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  • Young Goodman Brown Symbolism - 1,131 words
    Young Goodman Brown Symbolism Nathaniel Hawthornes work is typically fraught with symbolism, much of it deriving from his puritan ancestry. Not surprisingly, Hawthorne was obsessed with the themes of sin and guilt. John Roth notes that A number of recurring thematic patterns and character types appear in Hawthornes novels and tales (Roth 76). Because he is speaking of what we would later come to call the unconscious, Hawthorne extensively employed the use of symbolism, which bypasses the conscious to tap into its more dream- like process below (Roth 76). In his short story Young Goodman Brown, the main character Goodman Brown goes off into the woods and undergoes what will be a life changin ...
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