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    House” by Henrik Ibsen, I was able to see how Ibsen used extended self through symbolism, I was able to deduce that the Christmas tree was an extended self-representation of Nora throughout the play. Throughout the text it was shown that Ibsen seemed to have described the tree thoroughly before every entrance into the play. He would explain the appearance, and the duration of the tree as well as subside a few common characteristics of Nora during that portion of the play. Within the duration of reading

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    Christmas tree "Wake up, wake up! Today is Christmas day!"said new T-200 home robot. "Today is december 25, sunny day, it is perfect weather to....."the robot said with female human voice. But no one responded. Suddenly, a little boy with blue pajamas got up straightly, unlike the lazy face he had yesterday, his eyes were full of energy ,just like a blue crystal dazzling in the dimmed room. He got up immediately without wearing his shoes, he rushed out of his room, he opened his

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    Peanut’s Christmas One Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Johnson went to their baby room. Their baby’s name was Sally and their dog’s name was Peanut. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson said ‘we are going to grandma’s house for tonight, so take care of Sally would you Peanut”. After they left the house Sally woke up from her slumber. She climbed down the blue and purple crib and hopped on the dog’s back. So then they went down the stairs. The living room had a Christmas tree with ornaments and a star

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    again, Christmas is already here, this is one the most beautiful holidays with all of the lights and decorations with the vibrant colors that put you in a good mood. Before you can decorate a tree, you must have one small or big Christmas tree. You also need to have the decoration to put on it. Then, you have to follow certain step to be able to decorate your tree in a beautiful way that everybody will love it, some of these steps are to put the lights first, then ornaments, and finally tree topper

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    is the Christmas tree I prefer, a real tree or an artificial tree? Of course both trees have many pros and cons, but the one that I would chose is an artificial. The pros of the artificial, in my opinion, outweigh the pros of a real tree. They are fire retardant, cost less, easier to handle, and lots of other reasons. The artificial tree may have many pros, but it can have many cons as well. My family has been using the same artificial tree for years. That is a major pro, a fake tree cost much

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    and her fear of Trovald, her husband, finding out what she had done. Since the beginning of the play, Nora’s focus has always been on money. When her husband Trovald asks her what she wanted for Christmas she says “You could give me money. Then I could hang the bills in pretty gilt paper on the Christmas tree.” (Ibsen 1711) He calls Nora a spendthrift. Nora in this play is the “doll” a possession that belongs to Trovald and he treats her like one too. He Does not take Nora’s concerns of feelings into

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    took time- years- for my mother to recover. However, overtime she regained her strength and conquered her sadness. She even found her smile again. It was a few weeks before Christmas and were decorating the Christmas tree. Picking out a silver rattle from the box of decorations, I read the engraving “For Lily’s first Christmas. Love, Mimi”. I quickly tried to hide the ornament but my mother saw. “Lily what’s that one?” After reluctantly handing it to her, I hid my eyes not wanting to see her cry,

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    Cuyahoga Falls is a modest suburb, home to 49,000 (93 percent of which are white). Ten, or so, main roads divide the northeast Ohioan town. Less trafficked roads with small and moderately sized homes branch off of these primary arteries. Then, there are the roads, the ones that are the side streets of the side streets, that hide within, tucked away from the busier activity of everyday life. Here, all commotion – the vrooming of cars, the roaring of trains, the blaring of Friday night high school

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    During the Victorian era, the controversial play was written to highlight a female seeking individuality in an immoral society which stirred up more controversy than any other works. In Ibsen’s writing, “A Doll’s House”, women’s lack to having their own purposes and goals was introduced. Throughout the play, Nora Helmer eventually comes into realization that she has to conclude playing the role of a doll and instead seek out her individuality as a heroine. These occurrences are portrayed through

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    Bailey: On page 191, Hosseini uses imagery to appeal to the reader’s senses and create a more realistic setting. Baba’s study is described, and it’s mentioned that Amir can smell the “sweetbrier-scented breeze”. This, along with description of the “twin columns of smoke” that are coming from Baba and Rahim Khan, creates a calm and pleasant setting for the audience to imagine. Further down on the page, a different setting is introduced. Golden Gate Park is described with imagery that appeals to the

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    Truth In A Doll's House

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    From the bright colors of macaroons to the black and white truth in a letter: how Ibsen uses these objects to trace Nora's passage from mischievous child to responsible woman Dolls house is a realistic play written by Hernik Ibsen in the year 1897. The play consists of three acts where the author developed the figure of Nora, character who evolves from being a childish and superficial woman to an independent one. The play was written during the Victorian era, it therefore shows the submission

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    Icy and Snowy I am from Almaty the ex-capital city of Kazakhstan. Overther we have all four seasons, summer, winter, outumn and spring. Our city is well know for it’s buty and wounderfull mountais, and you can even get on top of the them. Whenever I used to go there I would see a lot of groups of people from different countries. But the meain seosan when all people would deffinetly get there is winter because many peole are passsioaned about skiing and snowboarding or just having a ejoyable time

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    How Make a Christmas cake Mix complete ingredients - Presently, in this dish, I 've a gigantic determination of blended dried natural products which have been absorbing 150ml of cognac and the ground get-up-and-go and squeeze of one orange. Presently, the organic products that are in here are 450g of sultanas, 250g of raisins and 120g of little dim currants and 150g of slashed apricots, figs or dates. Presently, you can have a choice of every one of the three or simply adhere to the one, it 's totally

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    Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” set in the nineteenth century and William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” set in the medieval period are two plays that clearly depict the male dominance and societal conservativeness that existed a few centuries ago. Women were protected by the men in their lives and were expected to return the favor by being dutiful daughters, wives and mothers. Their opinions and interests were of least importance. At certain stages, the female protagonists of Ibsen’s Nora Helmer and Shakespeare’s

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    In the book Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy have a rather odd relationship. There are multiple times during the novel that they show signs of their love for each other but it is somewhat hidden. Elizabeth also goes through many challenges such as Lady Catherine de Bourgh, family issues, and trust of Mr. Darcy. Even when their love seemed destroyed, they found their way back to each other. Throughout the book we notice the delayed relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr

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    The roles of men and women are habitually pondered by those in a society; however, to what degree are we to differentiate the roles in which a man and a woman can provide for not only their families, but rather his or her individual selves as well? During the time of the 1800s, women were seen as second-class citizens compared to the “superior” men. In opposition, women began to protest for their rights to break away from social norms. In 1879, a Norwegian playwright named Henrik Ibsen published

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    The Introduction Announcement You're a 4-year-old kid. So warm and comfortable sitting on your couch.The sound of your teddy bear saying, "I wuv you," fills the air along with the distinct smell of air freshener and lunch. Mom comes in and turns on the TV. You instantly recognize the song and sing along. All of your memories while watching the show invade your feelings and thoughts. The song is almost over and you happily shout, "How to get to Sesame Street!" Almost every person has seen

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    Imagine being a little opening that new Barbie Doll present you had been waiting for a year. Totally, the feeling I got when our car pulled up in front of that blue and white house on Berry Gordy (Grand) Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan, last Spring. From the parking lot I could see the line was extremely long, but I really didn’t care because my only thought was getting to that front door. While waiting in line some of the people waiting along with us started what I would describe as a mini concert

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    being more than just mere naivety, but something comparable to willful ignorance. In the column, “Christmas-Tree Totalitarians” Dr. Thomas Sowell bestows some endowing remarks regarding his perspective in terms of certain characteristics within America that stand in a questionable position. Sowell glances through a wide variety of topics; from the annual outbreaks of intolerance against Christmas, to that of the more serious issues regarding gun control, politics, and war. To be specific, he

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    basically Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol with me as Scrooge. I was spirited about and observed myself go through mundane, everyday interactions. I perceived these interactions, however, from the perspective of the people around me. From said perspective, one truth was becoming increasingly clear, I was a jerk. One detail that I specifically remember is watching myself arguing about the definition of a coniferous tree, although the definition of a coniferous tree doesn 't matter, I was arguing

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