• Unbroken
    to light just how many countless brave soldiers were prisoners of war and killed. It is an astonishing number of men who gave their life for their country. The statistics shoen cannot help but bring the current war that America is fighting to mind. So many men and women have been united under one cause...
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  • Acts of Apostles Review
    accredited by God and was handed over by “God’s set purpose.” Luke also writes that the believers began to fellowship and was steadfast to the teachings. Chapter 3: Peter and John were on their way to the temple when they came across a man who had been crippled from birth. This man had been put here...
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  • Literary Traditions
    first introduced to Gilgamesh, he is a far cry from the model of what a true king should be. Gilgamesh is the king of Uruk, he is also two parts god, one part man. It is obvious that he considers himself more godly than he actually is. He is almighty and is feared by his people. In the beginning of the...
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  • Greek Culture
    were very religious people. They worshiped many gods whom they believed appeared in human forms. Religion was important to the ancient Greeks because they believed that it would make their lives better while they were living. They also believed the gods would take care of them when they died. They practiced...
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  • Hello
    believe in the same ideas. Upon his return, Ibarra requested the local government of San Diego to construct a public school to promote education in the town. María Clara María Clara de los Santos y Alba, commonly referred to as María Clara, is Ibarra's fiancée. She was raised by Capitán Tiago, San Diego's cabeza...
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  • The Chinese Have an Dynasties
    Shang Dynasty, the Chinese people worshipped many different gods. They mostly worshipped sky and weather gods; also a higher god that ruled over other gods called Shang-Ti. During this time, people believed that their dead ancestors became gods and were to be worshipped. Each family worshipped their...
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  • A Hanging
    III- Burma and Brittan A. Goes back to 1750 B. Britain needs economically D. Little towns IV- Puts reader in action A. Feels prisoners humanity – puddle B. Feel terror shouts to god C. Feels warden discomfort V- slows down time A. Took 4 pages to tell what took 15 minutes ...
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  • The Count of Monte Cristo
    The Friars and the Filipinos by José Rizal I It had been for centuries that God the Father, relegated to oblivion by the inhabitants of the earth, abandoned the affairs of the world. He left them to the control of saints and other idols in vogue that the people adored in their madness. He devoted...
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  • About the Letters
    very good state of preservation and are perfectly legible, though there are a few slight defects caused by the folds and seals.” Though Godber was a man of some  education, the letters are difficult to follow at times because of spelling and grammatical errors. For this reason they have been edited here...
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  • A Comparison of Two Advocators for Racial Equality
    was a white man living in Maycomb, Alabama, a town of racial inequality, and although he was tried and punished by the white men, he stayed true to his virtues and never gave up fighting for the rights of the black men. Similarly, Arthur Jarvis in Cry, the Beloved Country was also a white man living in...
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  • Judaism
    through Kind David but is generally a legend. The legend states that, when he was just a mere teen, he fought an enemy, King Nimrod. His shield was made of two interlaced triangles and due to an arduous battle, the two triangles became permanently intertwined with one another therefore dubbing the name...
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  • Social Studies
    never writ, nor no man ever loved. The Soldier by Rupert Brooke If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is for ever England. There shall be In that rich earth a richer dust concealed; A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware, Gave, once...
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  • Antigone
    not just as a king superior to the Gods, but also a man superior to women.  The issue of Antigone being condemned to die becomes more than just a person who disobeys Creon; instead, the punishment is given even more eagerly, because it is a woman who disobeys a man. Creon's intelligent son warns Creon...
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  • The Epic of Gilgamesh
    created by the gods. He is two thirds god and one third man. Although Gilgamesh is considered a god, he is also mortal. He is the king of Uruk. Gilgamesh did not value nor have compassion for his people. He raped his subjects’ daughters and killed their sons. As a consequence, the gods create Enkidu...
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  • Influence of Aristotle to Dante Alighieri Is Prevailent in His Works
    the church exercises its authority over kings and princes” and St. Augustine’s idea that “the church approximates and mystically reflects the city of God in the afterlife”. Although Dante always referred to Aristotle as the greatest philosopher and used his ideas quite often, Dante’s beliefs deviate...
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  • Differring Religions in Today's
    the Native American religion there is no notion of essential monotheism. There is no one true god in their religion; therefore they are free to have open-ended worship. The Native American religion is also made up of a pluralist belief. This means that different tribes have different myths and rituals...
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  • Myth
    How the Earth split up into its own countries. In the beginning there was a little shell in the darkness. Every now and then you would see it move and squirm around. The egg started to form blue, green and white, after a while the egg started to crack and form out of the egg. The earth was created,...
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  • The Comparison of Poll Tax Country” to Black Like Me
    "The Comparison of Poll Tax Country” to Black like Me John Griffin was a normal white man living an average life. He like many other whites knew that people of color were discriminated against, but he never really knew how much the color of one’s skin made a difference in the way people act. If Griffin...
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  • Miss
    Shall this his mock mock out of their dear husbands, Mock mothers from their sons, mock castles down;  . . .  But this lies all within the will of God, To whom I do appeal, and in whose name Tell you the Dauphin I am coming on To venge me as I may, and to put forth My rightful hand in a well-hallowed...
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  • Mark Twain
    Mark Twain was a catalyst for the American education reform movement and the social changes that it brought. By writing in a style that the common man could relate to, he opened a nations eyes to problems, within the nation, that may have gone undetected. Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) was...
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