• The Character of Heroines of Sense and Sensibility
    react against the social discrimination and oppression. Because of strong longing for women’s rights and equality, clinging to protect the independent personal right, finally, Jane gets rid of the tradition model, but wins the love and happiness through her struggle and improvement. According to...
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  • American Lit
    breathing figures learnt from thee to live, How did those prospects give my soul delight, A new creation rushing on my sight? Still, wond'rous youth! each noble path pursue, On deathless glories fix thine ardent view: Still may the painter's and the poet's fire To aid thy pencil, and thy verse...
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  • story of ichigo kurosaki
    task can go, Ichigo says everyone gathered there has already made their decision and will go to Soul Society. When Yoruichi tells him they will never return if they lose, Ichigo states they simply have to win. When the Senkaimon opens, Ichigo tells Kon to take care of his family. Entering the gate...
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  • Hamlet 's Feminity
    Canadian Social Science ISSN 1712-8056 Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture Http://www.cscanada.org Http://www.cscanada.net E-mail: css@cscanada.org; caooc@hotmail.com Vol.5 No.5 2009 10/31/2009 Hamlet’s Femininity LA FÉMINITÉ DE HAMLET GUO De-yan1 Abstract: The charm of...
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  • Sonnets
    Let not my love be call’d idolatry, 106 When in the chronicle of wasted time 107 Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul 108 What’s in the brain that ink may character NUMERICAL FIRST-LINE INDEX SONNETS 109-120 109 O, never say that I was false of heart, 110 Alas, ’tis true I have gone here...
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  • Necklace
    seriously," said Castanier, and he drew a bundle of notes from his pocket. "In the first place," said Claparon, "I am not going to sell my soul to the Devil for a trifle. I want five hundred thousand francs before I strike--" "Who talks of stinting you?" asked Castanier, cutting him short. "You should...
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  • A Role Model Leadership, Nelson Mandela
    , inspired by the Youth League, which advocated the weapons of boycott, strike, civil disobedience and non-co-operation, was accepted as official ANC policy. The Program of Action had been drawn up by a sub-committee of the ANCYL composed of David Bopape, Mda, Mr. Mandela, James Njongwe, Sisulu and...
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  • Horace
    despatch.  This is a bad world; nor have I had cause to leave it with regret.” “Oh wretched youth!” said Jerome; “how canst thou bear the sight of me with patience?  I am thy murderer! it is I have brought this dismal hour upon thee!” “I forgive thee from my soul,” said the youth, “as I hope heaven will...
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  • Movie
    (rs domain of physics; concern of learning). Neruda (Philippe Noiret) is aloof when Mario arrives with his first sack of mail, but the postman's awkward charm and persistence gradually win the older man's amused indulgence. Neruda introduces Mario to poetry, an exchange that is condescending at first...
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  • aaaa
    , Shall I expel this poison in the blood; For whoso slew that king might have a mind To strike me too with his assassin hand. Therefore in righting him I serve myself. Up, children, haste ye, quit these altar stairs, Take hence your suppliant wands, go summon hither The Theban commons. With...
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  • Odeipis
    with dread) murdered by his son. All foreseen by fate and seers, of course, and all to be forgotten. If the god insists on tracking down the truth, why then, let the god himself get on the track. OEDIPUS My queen, each word that strikes my ear has shattered peace, struck at my very soul...
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  • What I Think
    The devils advocate -Have to close out someday. Nobody wins them all. -Every dog gets his day. - Revelation 18 New York: “Fallen, fallen, is Babylon. It has become a dwelling place of demons” “Thou mighty city in one hour thy mighty judgment come. And the light of single lamp shall shine in...
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  • Term Paper
    Doth homage to his new-appearing sight, Serving with looks his sacred majesty;  And having climbed the steep-up heavenly hill, Resembling strong youth in his middle age, Yet mortal looks adore his beauty still, Attending on his golden pilgrimage: But when from highmost pitch, with weary car...
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  • Republic by Plato
    of the den at those who descend from above. There is a further lesson taught by this parable of ours. Some persons fancy that instruction is like giving eyes to the blind, but we say that the faculty of sight was always there, and that the soul only requires to be turned round towards the light. And...
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  • essay
    beat me, I will fawn on you: And ere I take this charm from off her sight, Use me but as your spaniel, spurn me, strike me, As I can take it with another herb, Neglect me, lose me; only give me leave, I’ll make her render up her page to me. Unworthy as I am, to follow you. But who comes here...
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  • World Peace and Non Violence
    death are determined while one is in the womb. Offspring, friends and relatives flee from a devotee of the Lord: yet those who follow him bring merit to their families through their devotion. Fish, tortoises, and birds bring up their young by means of sight, attention and touch; so do saintly men...
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  • Good
    are not really trying to win back something which was formerly an even securer possession, something of the old domain of the faith of former times, perhaps the "immortal soul," perhaps "the old God," in short, ideas by which they could live better, that is to say, more vigorously and more joyously...
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  • Taj Mahal
    of the yellowing pollution retaining a certain charm that takes my breath away. Introduction: . My favourite tourist spot is the most wonderstruck and amazing Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal, a dream carved in milky white marble is the matchless monument portraying the beauty of eternal love! A memorial...
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  • Robin Hobb
    officers who did not wish to retire to their family homes yet. Our sole reason for visiting was to determine if my father would win the military contract for sheepskins to use as saddle padding. My family was just venturing into sheep herding at that time, and he wished to assess the market...
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  • Islamic
    doctrine of the soul. Miracles, prophecy, poetry; the ideal life, the holy life, exist as ancient history merely; they are not in the belief nor in the aspiration of society; but, when suggested, seem ridiculous. Life is comic or pitiful as soon as the high ends of being fade out of sight, and man...
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