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    is by not allowing Marji to attend the demonstrations against the Shah. On page 16, Marji expresses her extreme desire to go demonstrate with her parents the next day. Marji’s father, Ebi, claims that “it is very dangerous. They shoot people!” (17), and that Marji “can participate later on” (17). These restrictions anger Marji greatly, because she wants to become an adult and attend the demonstrations right alongside her parents. Following the demonstrations, when the actual war starts, Marji’s parents

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    deaths of children in America in 2007,” after describing a real world situation in which a boy accidentally shot a firearm (5). Examples such as these gain the reader's’ trust, as he or she is provided with a statistical fact and then shown a demonstration it in reality. This example supports Leslie’s thesis, in that the boy’s lack of knowledge led to potentially harmful curiosity. Leslie extends his argument to the other side of the spectrum as well by providing the example of Steve Jobs, a very

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    contentions stand. The phrase “Under God” imposes theism. As many are coerced into reciting the pledge this is a violation of the SCS and personal rights. The result of removing this phrase would allow the pledge to fill its purpose as a unifying demonstration of patriotism, and support the Constitutional value that church and state should be separate. Thus, "Under God" should be removed from the Pledge of allegiance. Thanks for reading, Vote Pro. Sources: (1) http://undergod.procon.org/view.resource

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    An amoral ambition. A soul-crushing isolation. A tireless quest for vengeance. In any case, the Faustian titular character from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein, experiences what can only be called a continual downward spiral into his own demise. Victor Frankenstein embodies various types of themes and characteristics throughout the austere story, delivering such themes and ideas via his speech, decisions, and character growth. And, the more intense and self-destructive themes that

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    Faustus’ Inferno; Mephastophilis’ Influence on Faustus and his Damnation Measuring power and authority solely through titles like ‘master’ and ‘slave’ can be troublesome and superficial. In the play The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, the character Dr. John Faustus sells his soul to the devil in return for the conditions he specified in a contract. One of these conditions is that the demon Mephastophilis will be his servant. Therefore, it could be argued that Faustus is

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    The Grandmother “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” is a short story of Flannery O’Connor, and it is about a family which is going to Florida for a vacation, but instead ends up killed by prison runners whose names are the Misfit, Bobby Lee, and Hiram. The story mainly focused on the grandmother whose selfish behavior leads to a sudden tragic end for her family and herself at the end of the story. Even though Flannery O’Connor did not give the grandmother a name, she gave her a very interesting character

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    Much Ado About Nothing is a play written by William Shakespeare which set in Renaissance, Italy, in the city of Messina. It is generally considered as one of his best comedies, in a combination various themes including those of honor, deception, love and politics. Previously in the play, Don John along with Burachio had succeeded in deceiving Claudio and Don Pedro about Hero’s disloyalty. After this, the scene is shown in Hero’s bedroom where she is getting ready for her wedding day with help of

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    Filial Piety Filial piety generally means respect for one's parents. In the Chinese culture, obeying one's parents is held as one the most important virtues. Confucianism particularly gives a high value for this. Relating the meaning of filial piety to Martin Luther King Jr. time would have been an endless cycle of mistakes. Martin Luther King Jr.’s role during his era was to change the mindsets of all parent figures and children to better the future of African Americans in the United States

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    Beowulf is an epic poem which sings of the heroic conquests of one legendary hero. It calls its hearers to the heroic life, but holds out no false hopes for a “happily ever after,” an ending exemplified in the Odyssey, another epic poem. In opposition to it, Beowulf shows that wyrd will have its way and all must die when it is time. However although no man can defeat fate and escape death itself, personified in three monstrous enemies, Beowulf faces the physical, moral, and metaphysical evils. After

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    Sometimes the hardest thing to do is fight without violence. Many people from the past have used this element to achieve some of the hardest things in life- freedom. The Egyptian Revolution was a non-violent revolution and often people turned to Facebook and other social media to share their opinions. For example, a Facebook page was made for the murder of Kullena Khaled Said, and many people posted their feelings and thoughts about this violent act. Wael Ghonim was part of the Facebook page he stated

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    emotional pride for their country and all it had gone through is quite evident in Marjane’s illustration. Following this particular scene, things really begin to fall apart in Iran. The citizens, fueled by their nationalism, participate in more demonstrations and even children, including Marjane, stand up for their beliefs at school. Therefore, it is clear that nationalism, and Marjane’s drawings to represent it, played a large role in the development of this

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    In the short story “They’re not your Husband”, Raymond Carver describes the society in the 20th century by emphasizing the relationship between the characters. Carver accentuates the problems of Modern Society, as for instance the intern competition of the better life between people, by portraying the characters with a heavy use of contrast. The main character has a function as a substitute for Humanity due to the fact that it lies in human nature to compare each other. Comparing works as a sophistication

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    Although humans are influenced by the close people around us, we are ultimately judged by our individual actions. In other words, it was Macbeth’s own actions that are responsible for his downfall. In the short play Macbeth, Shakespeare exemplifies that Macbeth’s mental condition is to blame for his downfall. He delinates his argument through various examples such as his relationships with the three witches, Duncan, and Banquo. By employing different characters to emphasize Macbeth’s mental vulnerability

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    The Brief Introduction to Gothic Literature The word “gothic” is once closely connected with the meaning of brutality in the early history. Thus, the corresponding literature with gothic features is deemed as a sort of literature that goes beyond the field of main trend of literature. And through a long period, the type of literature is accepted by people and step into its historic stage. The gothic literature possesses its own typical features. For instance, the horrible atmosphere

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    Throughout Frankenstein, Mary Shelley shows how dangerous knowledge can be. Discuss. In her novel, Frankenstein, Mary Shelley highlights how the pursuit of knowledge can lead to disastrous consequences when it is placed in the wrong hands. This is evidenced by Victor Frankenstein’s carless actions, and that of his creation when it is discovering the world and society for the first time. Victor’s reckless behaviour contributes not only the deaths of his family, but the creature’s nature of becoming

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    Macbeth is a Shakespearean play about a man called Macbeth who becomes evil in a rise to power. The play has many characters who change throughout, in ways more than one. These changes add layers and meaning to the drama and are shown in many ways. A very important character in this play by William Shakespeare is Macbeth, who starts off as Thane of Glamis, and extremely loyal to King Duncan. This character’s first scene of the play is him after killing a traitor to King Duncan. This good side of

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    Disney Cruise 3 months ago I can’t believe we won the lottery and won 1 million dollars. My parents told us that we were going to go on a trip but we don’t think that we are actually going to go on a trip anywhere. It was still super exciting to win the lottery and all of that money. At dinner we our parents tell us we are going on a trip. We ask where but they say it is going to be a surprise. Later me and my sister try to guess where we are going to go. We guess a lot of different places but are

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    Authors often write with total purpose; every metaphor, every symbol, and every detail relating back to the novel’s intended focus. In Harry Mulisch’s The Assault, the importance of complexity is revealed through Anton’s journey to accept the reason for his family’s grim fate. As Anton opens himself up to remember and learn about the War, he develops the skills to understand the convoluted situation in which he endured during his earlier life. Mulisch’s distinct writing style and use of unmistakeable

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    Have you heard about the problems regarding the operation of riot control agents in the United States? Chloroacetophenone (CN), Chlorobenzylidene malononitrile (CS) and Oleoresin capsicum (OC), are the most common riot control agents used by law enforcement officers against civilians in the United States. Riot control agents; also known as RCA’s or tear gas, are used to control riots in situations where a group of people are getting out of control or causing a disturbance in public. They are either

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    (T) While talking with Gloucester and Lear, Edgar (Poor Tom) mentions that, contrary to what one might think, the devil is a gentleman. This concept of evil clothed in civility is crucial to the the play as it stresses the concept that, often, one must be careful to look beyond another’s outward appearance or intentions in order to derive their true motivations. After all, deception can hide a whole world of sin. This idea can be seen throughout the show, most namely when King Lear’s daughters profess

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