• Refugee Blues
    language: 1. The Poet has used direct conversational language. e.g. "say this city ...","my dear...." 2. Use of contrasts. e.g.: "Ten million souls”, “Ten thousand soldiers" 3. Repetition of some lines in each stanza for emphasis "we cannot go there now, my dear, we cannot go there now" 4...
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  • From Ten Songs Paper Analysis
    introducing a city with ten million people in it. “Say this city has ten million souls” (1). Some are lucky enough to have the luxury of living in the mansion, this is directly contrasted with the rest who are living in abhorrent condition, holes. However, there is not even a “hole” for these people...
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  • Komal
    Refugee Blues Say this city has ten million souls, Some are living in mansions, some are living in holes: Yet there’s no place for us, my dear, yet there’s no place for us. Once we had a country and we thought it fair, 5 Look in the atlas and you’ll find it there: We cannot go there now...
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  • Simplee
    Refugee Blues Say this city has ten million souls, Some are living in mansions, some are living in holes: Yet there's no place for us, my dear, yet there's no place for us. Once we had a country and we thought it fair, Look in the atlas and you'll find it there: We cannot go there now...
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  • Creative Writing
    Say this city has ten million souls Some are living in mansions and some are living in holes…” That smirk. That swift moment of intimacy when she caught me watching from across the carriage. That quivering fluorescent light above her head and the crisp, rustling sounds of the morning Guardian...
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  • Test
    ESPN NY: Who has the influence, Tebow or Lin? Cox: Appreciating Champions League semis Bennett: Title or bust for Michigan and Hoke Fortuna: Notre Dame's Elliott coaches, inspires espnW: Danica's days of wine and the races College baseball: Cornhuskers in Big Ten hunt...
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  • Refugeee Blues
    soldiers’ point of view in the war. ‘REFUGEE BLUES’ by W.H.Auden During the time of war, we learn that some civilians are treated as outcasts. ‘Say this city has ten million souls…yet there is no place for us, my dear, yet there is no place for us.’ From this statement, we are led to believe...
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  • Belonging Notes
    the war for a lead role in a cage? How I wish, how I wish you were here. We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year, Running over the same old ground.  What have you found? The same old fears. Wish you were here.  Refugee Blues Say this city has ten million souls...
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  • The Alchemist
    own Personal Legend. II. CONTENT A. Bibliography of the book The Alchemist is the most beloved books of Paulo Coelho. It has sold more than 21 million copies worldwide and has been a number one bestseller in thirty nine countries not only in Brazil, Spain, and Latin American countries...
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  • Tourists Impact
    to tourism but it has certainly played its part. An island which has suffered particularly from tourism is Hawaii. This once beautiful island is disfigured with countless skyscrapers. Six lane highways cater for over 300,000 cars and, during the season, every ten minutes a jetliner lands with a new...
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  • Journal Entry
    . Fried chicken, collard greens, pig feet, chitterlings, potato salad and sweet potato pie were among the few dishes we enjoyed. My father says great- grandma is the family head. He says she has lived to see the hardships that African- Americans have had to overcome. African- Americans in the United...
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  • Boss Tweed
    William Marcy Tweed was the most corrupt "American Politician" the state of New York has ever seen. Tweed was known as "Boss Tweed" and he was the first man to be the boss of New York after the ten year struggle. ("American Heritage") The Boss was the leader of a political machine, which was a...
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  • Diel O'Henry
    the City. You must do battle with it from the time the ferry-boat lands you on the island until either it is yours or it has conquered you. It is the same whether you have a million in your pocket or only the price of a week's lodging. < 2 > The battle is to decide whether you shall become...
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  • Methods of Abortion
    whether the individual wants to see abortion banned, but there's more to the debate than that. Let's explore, briefly, what the central arguments are about. The Pro-Life Issue Spectrum To say that someone is "pro-life" is to say that the person believes that the government has an obligation to...
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  • Homeless Citizens?
    million to seed these programs, but his aides acknowledge the eventual cost will run into tens of millions of dollars. (Powell) This city has the right idea, and even though we ourselves as one person can not do anything of this magnitude, we can always request and support the city when...
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  • Homo
    . AIDS is 100% fatal, often within five years after symptoms first appear. There is no medical cure for AIDS. The disease was first noticed as a plague among male homosexuals, and now has been known to have been transmitted to others. At least ten million individuals worldwide now carry the AIDS...
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  • Science and Technology Developement
    knowledge that one skirmish, one conflict, one mistake, could destroy the delicate balance of the see-saw and our weapons are such that, if used, they could render the Earth uninhabitable. Terrorists can purchase biological weapons that could wipe out entire cities, millions of people. Before...
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  • Mskills
    are not distracted,” says Brilliant. “You carry out your duty, your dharma, no matter what.” This Just In: Your Soul Is Not Dead. We advise you not to try stepping over it on your way to someplace else. There is a little book of Hindu scripture that is called the Bhagavad-Gita. The book says, in...
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  • Miss
    In-Service in KwaZulu Natal” Badcock-Walters, Desmond, Wilson & Heard ibid 32 ibid Literature Review for Soul City Page 6 It has also been publicly recognised for the past three years that educators across South Africa are suffering from low morale.33 The Children’s Institute identified this low...
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  • Shiva
    Self, Shiva, the gracious one. By studying the Indian worship of Shiva. India is a living collection of the stages humanity has traversed.      At the beginning are thirty to sixty million hunters and gatherers called adavasi who live in ancient ways in the jungles and mountains. They conjure...
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