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    Why We Should Ban Zoos

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    Inside the world of zoos what you see is not always the truth. Behind the cages and gates, wild animals suffer from harsh treatments from staff members and even madness from living in small, enclosed prison-like cages. At the Scarborough Sea Life Centre located in Scarborough, England, the Humboldt penguins are given antidepressants because they are not “adapted to the rainy British climate, which is drastically different from their natural environment on the coast of South America.” (PETA UK). While

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    I Speak For The Unspeakable: Animal Cruelty When we go to places such as the zoo, circuses, and aquariums we go to see animals that we have never seen before.Animals that have skills to do strange tricks.Though have you ever wondered if those animals you see are happy where they are?Being in cages away from home and family, do you ever feel like they aren’t treated as it seems?If they feel scared?Animals just like humans feel.They are aware of their surroundings.Aware that they will no longer be

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    In both pieces, the main character undertakes a journey that teaches them about who they are, what they’re worth, and what they are capable of. In the Odyssey, Odysseus proved himself as a strong and great leader. Whilst on his journey back home, he comes across several different obstacles that he has to battle, face to face with them. In the end he defeats these challenges and reaches his ultimate goal, returning home. Similarly in the poem The Journey, the character struggles against her conflicts

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    Essay On American Culture

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    American Culture. America is a big country, consisting of a number of cultures which explain their community belief and values that are express in its own way. It’s said that a country can be defined by its, which can be true and it’s important for America to teach the youth of America about core American values such as, freedom, individualism, achievement and success and also many more that will make them remember their culture and values. America has undergone constant change in technology development

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    The Looking Glass Wars from Front to Back Have you ever wondered why people change? Some people change because they don’t like what they see or hear about themselves. Most people however change because if they don’t they will not survive. In The Looking Glass Wars by Beddor many things are changing. Alyss demonstrates how many times somepeople have to change just to satisfy someone else. In the beginning of the novel Alyss is ingenious, mischievous, and naive. Alyss is a princess who can use

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    He denies Leticia right to inherit him because he thinks giving money to the poor is foolishness. His dominating character and his power seeking goal leads him to consider marrying another woman “in high circles” to help him in fulfilling his dreams and goals. In order to pave the way for achieving his goal, he replaces his wife with the twelve year old girl; Nena. He picks Nena from the streets and hides her in his house’s basement. He uses her as a sex-tool in order to fulfill his sexual needs

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    How does Shakespeare’s Portrayal of Romeo and Juliet’s relationship become so captivating for the audience? Act 2 scene 2 is one of the most important and well known scenes in Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’. In this scene, Romeo and Juliet openly declare their love for each other for the first time in the play, which is done partially in soliloquy and partially in dialogue. The atmosphere that Shakespeare creates in Act 2 Scene ii is one of excitement, expectation and a little fear on the part

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    Powder by Tobias Wolff Tobias Wolff’s, “Powder,” is about a father that attempts to win back his family by taking his son Tobias on a ski trip. The audience can relate to this if they have ever had any family issues, which many would likely have. In the story, the father risks driving his family through the snow and ice to go skiing with them. This is symbolic to represent the dedication he feels towards his family and how he desperately wants to keep them in-tact. Without this symbolism in the

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    “A Caged Bird” is a poem by Maya Angelou, that describes the struggle of a bird ascending from the restrictions with adverse surroundings. The poem renders the oppression that has affected African Americans over the years. As Angelou explains, the bird fights its imprisonment even with fear, but rises above with the stance of freedom. “Phenomenal Women” by Maya Angelou discusses beauty being in the eye of the beholder. You don’t have to have a perfect physique or focus entirely on outer beauty. Inner

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    The Woe of Flotsam and Jetsam and the Guide to Escapism “Flotsam and Jetsam” is a short story that appeared in the collection “Elsewhere: There” (2012) and is written by the Scottish writer Alan Bissett. It tells the story of our Scottish protagonist, Kate, who has travelled to Zanzibar from Glasgow in an attempt to experience as much as possible while she can still afford to do so. She stays at a five-star network of hotels and is isolated from the townsmen. At a walk along the beach, six different

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    Imagine you are taken from your home, mother, and environment to a small cage where everybody is looking at you, taking pictures, and having fun. Your owners sell you to a bad zoo where all animals only get food sometimes and the bare cages are cold because you’re getting too expensive to feed and even take care of. This is why I take the position that zoos should be banned because they can cause Animal cruelty, Too expensive, and finding new homes. Say no to zoos! One reason why Zoos should be

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    Horror Genre Literary Analysis Have you ever heard of the story “Tell Tale Heart” and “The Monkey`s Paw?” The Tell Tale Heart is mainly about a man who doesn`t have a problem with the old man, but for some reason it`s something about the old man`s blue eye. “The Monkey`s Paw” is about a paw that a sergeant gave to a man name Mr. White. The paw is giving him three wishes, but will they come true? Both of these stories has to deal with or meet the criteria for the horror genre because they

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    March third, 2002, I was born. A low life, little did I know I would be good at fixing things. I would change my own life. I don’t remember much of my younger years, but I do know that I was a rascal and hard to keep up with. Sports have been a huge part of my life as I play basketball and will play football this coming summer. Basketball is fun because it gets my adrenaline going. I love that feeling. The competition to be the best team on the court comes in with the burst of power with the adrenaline

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    Adnan's Dying Case Study

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    Was Adnan Syed, a teenage Muslim from Woodlawn High School, responsible for the death of Hae Min Lee? In the podcast series Serial, Sarah Koenig explains the events of 17-year-old Hae Min Lee’s death. She was contended dead at 2:36, only 21 minutes after the release bell of the school day. Through many difficult days of investigating, Koenig discovers ex-boyfriend Adnan Syed and acquaintance Jay Wilds together on the day of Lee’s disappearance, January 13th, 1999. Jay has told court officials that

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    I take the position that Zoos should be banned Introduction Torture. Abuse. Death. That is what zoo animals suffer while being imprisoned in zoos. Zoos ignore their animals natural needs, such as the need to hunt, run, and be free. They claim that they help animals, but here are some reasons of how they don't. My first reason of why zoos should be banned is abuse. My second reason of why zoos should be banned is because they give their animals small habitats or cages to live in. My third reason

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    All Experiences have different effects on people. In this case the experience that I had was significant. I have been playing and watching football for as long as I can remember. Football has always been a major part of my life, and I always looked up to the Varsity players wanting to be one of them some day. To me football is like a second family (simile. When freshmen football lifting started I decided that was going to work as hard as I could to be my best. So, that is what I did all school year

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    A Modest Proposal Thesis

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    What was the point of writing the essay “A Modest Proposal?” Jonathan Swift wrote this essay to describe the poverty issue of Ireland in 1729. During this time many of the people of Ireland that could not support the raising of their children so they was sold for money. In “A Modest Proposal” the narrator describes his proposal and attitude while Swift calls for a change of the conditions in Ireland while using shocking and exaggerated statements. The narrator has a proposal in the essay “A Modest

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    a. How is Orwell’s Animal Farm an allegory? Be specific and provide examples from the text to support your statements. An allegory is a literary device that involves using other characters and settings to reference another topic. In many cases, writers use this to bring light to a dark topic. George Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegory. He tells the events of the Russian Revolution in the format of an animal fable. I know the story is referring to the Russian Revolution and Soviet Union because the

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    The Sperm Whale looks like a plain whale and it is just like any other whale with some difference. The name of the Sperm Whale is the weirdest thing about it, I think. To discover this you will need to read a bit. The Sperm Whale or Physeter Catodon is like the legend of Moby-Dick! He's the greatest living creature with teethes on this world. The Sperm Whale, here we are again, why is it called the sperm whale? It has a white-milky substance (Spermaceti) in his head and people first thought that

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    West Side Story by Arthur Laurent is the modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet. West Side Story is a movie musical in which the narrative is actually presented through the song. William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is a play where the characters speak and act out their mind utilizing the poetic verbatim of Shakespeare. Both these literary pieces have several distinct differences and some fascinating similarities. Being a modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, West Side Story

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