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    class lifestyle for me and my siblings. We live in a spacious house in a quiet suburban neighborhood. I have attended private school my entire life. Growing up, I was able to experience all the activities that I wanted to participate in, no matter the sign-up cost or equipment. My parents gifted me a car for my sixteenth birthday. My mother has been able to take us on elaborate vacations to Europe and Central America, where we stay in five-star hotels and receive private tours of the ancient cities.

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    Jane Austen’s Emma opens with a straightforward, strong statement “Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich” ; although a bit unusual and slightly vain, Austen has brought Emma as an emasculated heroine making her a suited character to a patriarchal society. On the other hand the thoughtful head of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and his hatred of women shown by occasional exclaims and verbally aggressive behavior “Frailty, thy name is woman!” represent women as being worthy only of their beauty

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    Throughout the novella Anthem by Ayn Rand it can be seen that the lack of individualism in the society affects the people living in it. The characters in Anthem lack the individuality that is needed for a society to advance quickly. One example can be seen in the main character Equality. He learns very quickly compared to the other students in his class giving him an advantage which he cannot control. The lack of individualism and it’s issues can also be seen when Equality takes the light bulb to

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    Literacy analysis Authored by Shirley Jackson in June 1948, “The Lottery” is a short story and first in an issue of The New Yorker the same year. At the core of the story is a narration about a small town in the modern day world America in which “the lottery,” which is an annual ritual takes place. In the history of American literature, Shirley Jackson's "the lottery" has continued receiving acknowledgements as one of the most successful and famous short stories. As defined by several commentators

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    “There can be no tyrants where there are no slaves.”-Jose Rizal. “Animal Farm,” written by George Orwell depicts a world of talking animals and vicious dictators, but looking further into the meaning of the book you can see that Orwell’s observation and opinion that revolutions often fail in that they end up only in a change of tyrants is very true. Usually people who lead rebellions or people who are at least a part of them are in it for themselves. They do not see it for the good of the common

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    Volunteering affects many things within a society, from the peoples’ feelings to the economy around them. The effects that volunteering cause vary between types of people. When deciding to volunteer a large amount of information is being taken into consideration and choices must be made. The reasoning on the choice of volunteering is also a process that varies between persons. Some people choose to volunteer because of emotional reasons and others volunteer just simply because they desire to help

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    Equality In Macbeth

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    Feminism Is Equality Feminism is a strong belief that states both men and women should be equal. Women should have the same rights, the same amount of respect, and the same contribution and acceptance in our society. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Inequality between men and women is still just as relevant today, as it was decades ago. Today, the feminist movement is expanding and empowering women through liberation. Feminism in Macbeth is a different story. In Macbeth, women were portrayed

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    while gender is constructed and created by society. Also, it is necessary to take into account that the term gender and women are not interchangeable. Gender refers to both women and men and the relationship between them. Gender equality refers to the equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities for financial independence through work of women and men and girls and boys. Equality does not mean that women and men will become the same, but that their rights, responsibilities and opportunities will

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    How can someone get payed less for the same job just because of what they look like and what gender they are? More athletic women should speak up and get equal pay and treatment with the rest of the athletes per compensation game. “‘We continue to be told we should be grateful just to have the opportunity to play professional soccer, to get paid for doing it,’ Solo said” (Alex Reed, http://www.takepart.com/article)

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    In Anne Moody’s Coming of Age in Mississippi (1968), there are many situations that arise throughout Moody’s life, which show hope prevails supporting her ending statement “I WONDER. I really WONDER.” Although there are many stories of murder and racism scattered throughout this story, these events keep a young Essie Mae curious and a young adult Anne Moody determined. Since the curiosity and determination Moody possesses stems from these acts against the Negro population, it ultimately gives her

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    The representation of gender in mass communications has been a hugely debated topic for years and will continue to be one for many more years to come. The media plays a big role in how they want to portray a gender to the public. They create certain stereotypes through the role of a gender in order to attract a large audience and interest to sell a product, brand or image. Media is so important in today’s society, people spend hours and hours each day watching TV, browsing the Internet and reading

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    Men Talk Poem Analysis

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    Men Talk Textual Analysis Men Talk is a poem abstracted from a book called New Cliches and True Confessions, written by Scottish poet Liz Lochhead. It is about how women are perceived from the perspective of a man. The theme of the poem is the stereotypical views on women. Liz Lochhead uses a variety of stylistic features, structural organization of stanzas, and diction to express this idea. Liz Lochhead uses literary devices and techniques to show the stereotypical views on the way women talks

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    The Nun’s Priest’s Tale Moral Lessons This story is about a widow who lives with her two daughters in a small cottage house with a few animals. She has three sows, three cows, a sheep, come chickens and one beautiful rooster by the name of Chanticleer. In this story Chanticleer the rooster is a special character who is in love with one hen named Pertelote. Chanticleer is so in love with Pertelote that him being in love makes him loose his mind and makes him stop believing in himself. In this tale

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    that one judges to be in one’s interest. The State of Nature, although a state wherein there is no civil authority or government to punish people for transgressions against laws, is not a state without morality. To Locke, persons are assumed to be equal to one another in such a state, and therefore equally capable of discovering and being bound by the Law of Nature. The Law of Nature, which is on Locke’s view the basis of all morality, and given to us by God, commands that we not harm others with

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    Mark Twain gives the readers a sense of freedom in his book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain Portrays the sense of freedom through his characters Jim and Huck, in the entire book they are fighting for their freedom. In their fight for freedom they come across various people who are an obstacle in their journey. These people that Jim and Huck meet are a depiction of the American society and the government. Yes, I do agree that Mark Twain is pessimistic towards the American society

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    Back in 2014 , statistics showed that people were being discriminated based on being upper class or lower class . In today's world being cast out has become normal , people today have adapted to the idea that there are different groups. Many people state that “does it really matter what we look like and should we truly let it define us. Theodor Geisel illustrates that personal appearance should not define someone in the story of the Sneetches. In the story there are sneetches who feel cast out and

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    People have looked at perfectionism many different ways in the past. Whether positive or negative, perfectionism can affect a person mentally, physically or emotionally. Someone may see pictures of a “perfect” person and feel less than that person because of the differences. To see something as perfect, the object, human, or place must have no flaws, completely flawless. However, perfectionism is about how people accept their flaws. Perfectionism can mean different things to different people. For

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    There should be a great amount of substantive equality in society, but not too much. Firstly, formal equality is not enough. Secondly, substantive equality eliminates discrimination giving everyone equal opportunities and results. Lastly, too much substantive equality leads to a dystopian society which is shown in the short story “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut.

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    world in which everyone is equal in fiscal status and before one another, a world where ethnicity, sex, and religion mean nothing? On an economic level, equality is not as beneficial as it first appears to be; in fact, it leaves much to be desired. It is true, socialist countries do, on average, have a lower unemployment rate than capitalist economies;

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    tried to teach his two children, mainly Scout, about tolerance, which is seen many times in the first part, since Atticus is aware of the negativity that the trial will soon bring. Overall, Atticus was a respectful man who believed that everyone was equal to each other; he also was a marvelous father that tried to indoctrinate his children about three golden qualities: tolerance, respect, and

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