The Faint Essays

  • Racism In High School-Personal Narrative

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    The summer rays beating down on the sun dried grass, the faint ring of the tune of an ice cream truck is fading as it gets farther and farther away from our car. Mom and Dad are playing the license plate game in the front seat while I pull my white beaten up earbuds out of my pocket. As I am skipping through my playlist, I hear a quick scream that is soon cut off by a crash then everything fades. That is a day I will never forget, I can still remember every detail, being carried away by the paramedics

  • Racism In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

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    William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” critiques the American South Describing Emily’s vibrant life full of hope and buoyancy, later shrouded into the profound mystery, Faulkner emphasizes her denial to accept the concept of death. William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” takes place in the South during the transitional time period from the racial discrimination to the core political change of racial equality. Starting from the description of her death, “A Rose for Emily” tells the story about the lady

  • Faint Heart: A Thematic Analysis

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    forever and have one child. People decide to live forever and have children, these children are blamed for all the wrong in the world. They are used as escape goats in order for the government like figures to maintain authority. In the dystopian story “Faint Heart” by Sarah Rees Brennan, the world has been ravaged by many world wars. When the Court (government) comes into power over one of the last cities, they blame young poor men for the wars. Then, they force all unmarried young men

  • Humphry Clinker: Character Analysis

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    She’s coming from a scandal at her boarding school, and is considered to be the most inexperienced of the group. Her sensibility is much more emotion driven, as is usually attributed to women. Lydia faints in Hot Wells while she and her uncle are entertaining a man who reveals himself to be her suitor Wilson. Her letter declares “I was so surprised, and so frightened that I fainted away” the emotion of her suitor finding her despite the overwhelming

  • Macromolecules Lab Report

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    Introduction The purpose of this lab is to use control variables to help identify different macromolecules. Biological systems are made up of these four major macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids. Carbohydrates are sugar molecules (monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides) which make them the most abundant macromolecule on the earth. Lipids (oils and fats, phospholipids and steroids) are insoluble in water and perform many functions such as energy source,

  • Moonlight Shadow Literary Analysis

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    In the second half of the novel, “Moonlight Shadow”, the theme of death and loneliness continues. For example, Satsuki jogged to the river where she and Hitoshi hung out, when she meets a woman named Urara. Urara tells Satsuki to come back to the river on a certain day because she will have “a vision...something that happens only once every hundred years or so.” On the appointed day, Satsuki returned to the river and witnessed an unbelievable vision: “There was HItoshi. Across the river, if this

  • Examples Of Mary Warren In The Crucible

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    that her and the girls had been faking everything. Judge Hathorne ordered Mary to faint like she had in the court when “spirits” had been flying around. If she could faint, it would prove that she had been lying about the witchcraft. Hathorne voices that “there are no spirits attacking you… let you turn yourself cold now, let you pretend you are attacked now, let you faint” (Miller 1203). Mary simply could not faint, and at this point the other girls had been summoned. As the questioning began, Abigail

  • Who Is Beatrice A Foil In Much Ado About Nothing

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    unjust and wants to rip Claudio to pieces for it. Hero, in contrast, just says “ Is my Lord well, that he doth speak so wide?”( Shakespeare 154). In contrast to beatrice’s reaction, Hero asks Claudio is he is feeling alright. After that she proceeds to faint, pretend to be dead, and marry Claudio in the end. Hero doesn’t share what she thinks of the situation, other than being confused, and sad. In the end, she just felt bad that she lost Claudio, whereas Beatrice wanted to rip him to

  • Anna Garcia Autopsy Summary

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    Anna Garcia’s Autopsy report The propse of we doing autopsy report in Anna Garcia’s case is to find the injuries on Anna Garcia and think base on this autopy report.What cause she died.So overall the evidence the autopsy report we have 1 think from Anna Garcia’s Autopsy, I believe that Anna Garcia died from oxygen deprivatian and trama to head. The manner of death in natural cause. Anna Garcia’s first injuris from the Autpsy is blunt trama to the head, the wound is indicative of fall

  • Anxiety In Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis

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    Anxiety is another recurring theme in The Metamorphosis. Mrs. Samsa, Gregor’s mother, is a prime example of this. After Gregor’s mother discovers her son has transformed into a bug, she has a hard time staying conscious long enough to even look at him. When Gregor first emerges from his room, she immediately begins screaming and then collapses into the arms of her husband. “‘Help, for God’s sake, help!’ She held her head bowed down, as if she wanted to view Gregor better, but ran senselessly...At

  • Macbeth Gender Roles Research Paper

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    The way you should behave, interact, and act are all created entirely by society. Gender roles are norms created by society that dictate the behaviour of each gender. The main types of gender stereotypes are personality traits, domestic behaviours, occupations, and physical appearance. In the play, Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the main character Macbeth gets very ambitious about becoming King. He commits murder once after listening to his wife, Lady Macbeth. He also gets other people killed in

  • Dante's Inferno Symbolism

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    seamlessly is what makes his epic poem one of the best works in all of literature. He reacts to Francesca's love for Paolo, her horrible betrayal, and her punishment so strongly that he faints yet, it is Dante the Poet who put her in Hell. This particular quote from the story “ … I felt my senses reel and faint away with anguish. I was swept by such a swoon as death is, and I fell as a corpse might fall, to the dead floor of Hell.” (Alighieri 80), shows that he was just so overwhelmed by her story

  • Argumentative Essay: Who Killed Fannin?

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    eating habits, customer C seemed like the only one to be left-handed. Secondly, there are footsteps. According to the scene, we can see a trace of footsteps coming from the hand print. If we trace further back, we can see a faint footstep on the edge of the water spill. This faint footstep most likely came from one of the 3 customers. In this case, we believe it to be customer C. In all, the dominant hand, eating habits, and footsteps prove that customer C is the murderer. To further investigate what

  • Rf Value Lab Report

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    This could be due to not putting enough sample on the line to begin with. To improve this, a small amount of the sample should be placed repeatedly on the line until it becomes dark. Another reason for the faint spots could be because of cross-contamination. Some ways to improve this would be to provide each pair of student with their own samples. This would reduce the cross-contamination that may be caused by other pairs of students. It would also help to

  • Word Choice And Tone In Mark Twain's The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer

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    Word choice and tone can impact a book a lot by making the reader feel the way that the author thinks they should feel. Mark Twain, author of the adventure novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer uses word choice to convey tone in the book. In the story, Tom, a young teenager from the 1800’s goes through a lot with ups and downs along with his friends Huck Finn and Joe Harper, and his girlfriend Becky Thatcher. As he starts to get close to Huck, he gets in a lot of trouble, becoming an enemy of Injun

  • Overcoming Inequality In To Kill A Mockingbird

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    The novel To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee conveys the message of overcoming inequality and discrimination against people of color during the 1900s through the eyes of a white, six year old girl nicknamed Scout. Scout lives with her father Atticus, her brother Jem, and their housekeeper Calpurnia in a small town fictionally located in Maycomb Alabama. Growing up with a lawyer for a father, Scout is able to learn things that were beyond her age and thus making her mature faster, in a sense

  • Essay On Spiritual Decline

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    No one wants to be in decline, and this is true both in the physical and spiritual senses, but whereas physical decline is predetermined and natural, spiritual decline is always optional. It is one of the blessings of grace that the older you get as a believer the more radiant and effusive your spiritual life can become. But the spiritual decline can set in almost unnoticed, and like Samson in Judges 16:20 you may find that when you need to call on your spiritual reserves they are not there. So here

  • Merton's Retention: A Short Story

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    tight ball, died and all the bodily fluids were marinating the body, I had to go outside to catch my breath. While, holding my nose and yelling that the smell would surely kill me. Although my ear piece device was dangling from around my neck I hear a faint “hello”, “hello” with all that was happening in my anguish, totally forgetting that Merton was still on the phone. “What is

  • Pseudoaneurysm Research Paper

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    Pseudoaneurysm A pseudoaneurysm happens when an artery is injured and blood leaks out to form a sac-like bulge. The bulge can break open, causing bleeding in the nearby tissues. CAUSES The most common cause of this condition is a procedure such as an angiogram in which a thin tube (catheter) is inserted into an artery. After an angiogram, the insertion site on the artery should close back up all the way. If it does not, blood may leak out of the artery. Other causes of a pseudoaneurysm include:

  • Role Of Hysteria In The Crucible

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    accused him. John was only trying to help Salem by making Mary tell the truth about her and the bewitched girls lying. Judge Danforth asked her if she could pretend to faint like she did before with the girls, but she was weak and failed to do so. This is what Mary said to Danforth when asked to pretend to faint, “I - cannot faint now, sir” (Miller 106). Mary Warren then decided to accuse John Proctor even though John was only trying to bring the truth up. John was then sent to jail all because