• My American Dream
    David Tateshvili Comp II TR 10 My American Dream Georgia is beautiful country with special people and unique culture; it’s my home-my family. If I ask myself a question why did I left my home and come to the country that is so far away. The answer will be simply to fulfill my American dream...
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  • A Magical Dream
    blistering sun for better light. I follow the arrows carefully on the signs while my eyes are glued to all the glamour around me of what is a magical dream. I stagger into the first land; Main Street USA. The more I walk, the more it seems as if I had just taken a time machine back into the early 20th...
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  • Monologue Ma Talking with Grampa
    this box any more, it’s just because I want to move on but the box and the family record is always in the bottom my heart. It’s just like this land. The land is our spirit, it is our soul. But we cannot starve to death just to live for a spiritual life. We need money and foods to survive. Although we...
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  • mice and men
    In Of Mice and Men, characters have dreams of living a better life in future. For one thing, George and Lennie often talk about owning a little house, a few acres of land, and live in serenity without having to work for somebody. George and Lennie recite, “Someday-we’re gonna get the jack...
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  • American Dream: Reality Check
    of freedom because that was the place that was acceptable. America gave them the pinch of hope that they will have freedom on American land equivalent to what they dream. The Declaration of Independence was a promise for a new life and government; however “the land that never has been yet – and yet...
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  • I Dream of
    I dream of strange horizons, where the sun never sets. I dream of strange lands where the sky is strange to me. I dream of landscapes that are new and strange, I dream of lands that only I have ever seen. I dream of travels around the globe, looking at a new sunset every day, at a new sunrise...
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  • Of Mice and Men
    , he was a crazy bastard always talking about George, this great magnificent person who Lennie thought was God. He was going to let him tend the rabbits on the land they planned to buy; when I say planned I mean dreamed. Everyone had this dream, work a month or two, get the money and buy land, but...
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  • The westward expansion
    western parts of America. I set out for my dreams to own land and start a new life over again, which with the help of Shannon paying for my voyage to the America’s, on the very boat with many others wanting to start a new life, migrating to America in search of jobs. As I set foot in Boston, I...
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  • A Man’s Ambition to Fulfill His Dream
    travel helping him get further along with his dream with his family around him more often. In The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, Duddy must find a way to start earning money to buy a piece of land which he does by first getting a job as a waiter in a hotel. “The gift of a bottle of rum insured the...
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  • Interpersonal Communitcations
    done you can find the materials to do it. This land is for the best and the brightest so we can do anything if we really want it to happen. My thoughts on the American Dream are that its a diverse meaning it could be anything, it all depends on the person. When someone wants to be famous and make...
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  • American Me - Poem
    , broke my back, sweat a few tears for a piece of the dream” (Miranda-Maloney, n.d., lines 27, 28, 29). The author has incorporated a racial aspect in the poem by showing referring to the white land. This is not his land, this is the “white land”. He is doing back breaking labor for “whites...
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  • The American Dream Is an Ethic That Many Americans Aspired
    The American Dream Joe Carter The American dream is an ethic that many Americans aspired to in the 1920’s and later in the 1980’s; James Truslow describes the dream as, “A land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each...
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  • Sumita, the American - "Clothes" by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
    The United States of America is known by many names: “the land of opportunity,” “land of the free and home of the brave,” and “the land of milk and honey,” to name a few. It is still the ultimate destination for immigrants from across the world. People come to America to live their dreams. Some try...
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  • I Have a Dream
    righteousness like a mighty stream. * I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. * This will be the day when all of God's children will be able to sing with a new meaning...
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  • Italy Dream Vacation
    Italy is a land of rich and decadent foods, colorful citizens who live and love with passion and my dream vacation destination. I have dreamt of taking my large Italian family to Italy to walk the same roads as our ancestors since I was a young girl. Now is a time when I am able to splurge and...
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  • Edgar Allan Poe: Strange Dreamer or True Genius?
    forebodings, nothing cheers or comforts me. My life seems wasted – the future looks a dreary blank. . ." (Kent 109). Even though he encountered many obstacles while being alive, that doesn't necessarily mean Poe wanted travel through his poetry to escape only to meaningless dream lands. It seems...
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  • The Collected Works of Langston Hughes
    of America, dreaming and hoping to “Let America be America again.”, to “Let America be the dream the dreamers dreamed-”, and to “ Let it be that great strong land of love,” (131) as stated from Let America Be America Again. These individuals, regardless of race, spilled their emotion of...
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  • My Dream for a Green School
    introduction my dream is to see all schools become green literate across the world.all the students and teachers are green concious and environment lovers.and spread the slogan " go green"and practically initiate the green mission for safety of mankind and sustenance of the environment for the...
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  • Is the America Dream Possible?
    Synthesis Essay: Is the American Dream Possible? America was, and still is by some, known as the land where dreams become reality. ”The traditional American Dream is based on the belief that hardworking citizens can better their lives, pay their monthly bills without worry, give their children...
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  • my favorite destination
    place that I see it in my dreams. Kereala, it was celebrated as a 'Paradise Found' - one of the ten in the world. A perfect description for a land renowned as "God's Own Country". There is different charm in its backwaters, beaches, Ayurveda health holidays, hill stations, wildlife, festivals...
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