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    The Protestant Reformation was a time of great change in western society. The Roman Catholic Church would be challenged in a way they did not see coming. This was the beginning of many religious feuds, rivalries, and heated debates, some of which are still ongoing today. In 1483, Martin Luther was born in Eisleben, Germany. Although Martin’s father was a miner, he wanted Martin to become a lawyer. Martin Luther would soon break away from that to become something much more. This decision is what led

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    In European society, the role of the monarchy from 1603 to 1740 varied and fostered change in England, but stayed constant in absolutist countries such as France and Austria. The royal monarchy of France remained unchanged as absolutism continued. Like France, Austria did not have any significant changes as it proceeded to stay absolute. In contrast, England limited their kings and went through different phases of government. France’s sovereign monarchy did not alter due to the continuity of absolutism

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    My heritage. What does your heritage mean to you? My heritage is my identity; a Sri Lankan Muslim. I am proud to be the fifth generation Sri Lankan Moor in my family. Growing up abroad I have learned to treasure my heritage immensely and made an effort to understand it because it identifies me. Religion is a vital part of the Sri Lankan heritage and identification due to the abundant number of religious sites. Yes, Buddhism is the dominant religion, however, due to my ancestors’ settlements, my

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    “The Rite of Spring” was certainly the most controversial piece of orchestral music of its time. The piece, composed by the Russian Composer Igor Stravinsky, included lots of uncommon musical elements. But was it really that uncommon? The world-changing ballet, “The Rite of Spring” was so controversial when it debuted in 1913, because it completely contradicted the common rhythmic and harmonic languages of most of the music at the time. The choreography and costumes were also a main part of the reason

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    Title Since the beginning of time, people have questioned the existence of an all powerful being. Most believed there were supernatural forces in play within the world, and based on these beliefs, religions were born. Some believed in many powerful persons and created religions that revolved around these gods. Others believed in one all powerful being who impacted them. Through the ages, thousands of religions were formed, all with their varying beliefs. Each religion claiming to be the true and

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    The Fast and the Furious is one of the most successful action film franchises of all time, delivering eight films so far with a ninth installment set for release in 2020. We’ve all bonded with the key characters, including Dominic, Jesse, Leon, Vince and Letty Ortiz, but let’s face it: the cars are also the stars. What are your favorite four-wheeled “Furious” stars? Fast and Furious Car Favorites In no particular order, we give you the top stars from all eight Fast and Furious movies to date:

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    Ferdinand Magellan was born between 1470 and 1480 in Porto, Portugal. He was born into a wealthy family of Portuguese nobility. From a young age, Magellan studied navigation and sailing and worked in the royal court. As a young man, Magellan was a great soldier for Portugal. He traveled to Asia to fight in many wars and during one, his leg was severely injured. He walked with a limp for the rest of his life. Ferdinand Magellan died on April 27, 1521 in Mactan, Philippines. Magellan believed it

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    Courageous Character Courage means when you are able to do something or stand up for someone or something, despite when people say that you shouldn't do it, or when you know there will be consequences for doing the right thing. Throughout the novel, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, Mildred D. Taylor uses the young Cassie Logan as an example of a young girl with courage, strength, and stands up for her beliefs and her family no matter what gets in her way. Cassie proved she was courageous and brave

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    Aung San Suu Kyi Speech

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    After gaining Independence from British in 1945, Burma was in chaos from civil war erupted from political parties with different ideologies. In 1962, the military decided to take over. It became brutal military dictatorship with cold blooded killings everywhere. People lived in fear and their freedom was violated. In 1988, a youth was released from his charges because of his personal connection with a government official. This sparked student protests as it was deemed improper. This is also when

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    Johnny Cash and his tract record, Johnny Cash struggled heavily with drugs, cheated on his first wife married June Carter, and still struggled to be the “ideal man.” The man he became after overcoming his struggles is who stuck in the minds of everyone. III. Johnny Cash Originally wanted to sing gospel music, but he went another route, went down a path of destruction, but found June Carter to save him. Transition: Although Johnny Cash lived a rough life, he originally wanted to sing gospel music. Body:

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    Aristotle said that the best plays have both anagnorisis and peripetia which occur nearly at the same time. In the majority of plays and movies there are examples of anagorisis and peripetia. They both effect the play or movie immensely. Sometimes it may work but sometimes it may not. Anagnorisis is a moment in a play or any other work when a character makes a critical discovery. The term anagnorisis originally came from a Greek context meaning recognition. From today and from Greek times the

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    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 her attendants, Margaret and Ursula. Act III, Scene V, in which Dogberry’s complicated and Verges arrives to meet Leonato, right before wedding, claiming that they have caught two suspicious men, Borachio and Cornade. But Dogberry’s complicated

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    In “Hatshepsut: His Majesty Herself”, by Catherine M. Andronik, she informs the reader about Hatshepsut and her role as an effective female pharaoh in Ancient Egypt. A supporting detail of her effective rule is in paragraph 8, when the text states, “what Egypt needed was a regent, an adult who could take control of the country.” This shows that Hatshepsut had practice as a regent before becoming a pharaoh. Another supporting detail that shows that Hatshepsut had practice before her reign.”she was

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    The movie “Jaws” was an adaptation of the novel by Peter Benchley which tells a story of a time when sharks had unfortunately developed an appetite for humans. It was directed by Steven Spielberg and had been widely acclaimed by film critics and moviegoers, and was considered as a modern blockbuster. In terms of the technical aspects of the movie, it had a comprehensive plot and narrative. Spielberg tailored the story in a way that no significant events from the novel were left out. In the same

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    Family History Essay My ancestor Felix Klassert was a german immigrant in the USA within the 1880’s and 1890’s. Felix was a farmer, and I had also found that he had a wife named Mary, and two children named Joseph and Carrie. I hypothesize Felix and his family immigrated from Germany into the US three times for varying reasons; in this time period for varying reasons such as the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD) gaining significant control in german politics, the iron fists of the

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    In William Shakespeare's romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, the two main characters are people from enemy families, who fall deeply in love. Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare's most famous plays. Shakespeare uses many stylistic devices to create this tragedy but most importantly he uses irony to develop this tragedy. Verbal irony is used to create humor and relief the audience, while dramatic and situational irony are used for tragic effects. Firstly, Shakespeare uses verbal irony to add humor

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    In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, the title character Hamlet’s mind is violently pulled in divergent directions about the morals of murder. He feels an obligation to avenge his father’s death and thinks that it may be excused, since it is a case of “an eye of an eye.” But he is conflicted because the Bible has also taught him that murder is a sin and revenge should be left to God. Hamlet’s struggle to interpret this moral dilemma and his indecision, together are the ultimate cause of all

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    Puns, Jokes, Parodies, and Irony in Hamlet and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead William Shakespeare, a well known English playwright, poet, and actor, uses many literary devices to spice up his works. Shakespeare is known for writing the tragedy of Hamlet (William Shakespeare Bio). Tom Stoppard, author of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, uses quotes directly from Hamlet, along with similar element to provide comic relief as SHakespeare does. Although the plays Hamlet and Rosencrantz

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    Positives and Negatives Effects of Movie Hero and Villains People grow up with heroes and villains when they are growing up to show proper behavior. This is displayed through the images in mythology, books, comics, television, and movies. The narratives have a vast influence on society is with movies. The heroes or villains in movies are “the manifestations of how an individual views of life. It can mirror their hopes, dreams and aspirations” (Pedalino) if the individual relates to the hero

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    Violence In The Tempest

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    1. ‘I’ll wrack thee with old cramps, / Fill all thy bones with aches, make thee roar, / That beasts shall tremble at thy din.’ (1.2.372-74) Interrogate the representation of violence in The Tempest. In the Shakespearean comedy The Tempest, we are presented with the psychological violence associated with the abuse of power and continuous theme of colonialism explored throughout the play. In early works of Shakespeare it is evident that the violence interrogated in his plays consists of bloodshed and

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