• Graffiti Culture
    graffiti, or art? People can say different things, but I reckon its still Graffiti, but then again, I don't hate all Graffiti. It can come in many different forms, from a slogan, to a political statement, to a ‘whole-car' (side of a train carriage). The majority of graffiti though, are ‘tags' which is...
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  • Are We Really Perfect Together?
    different from those disparaging. Should people realize that negative energy begets negative energy, they would not be so quick to judge others. Like John Hope Franklin’s narrator said in his essay, ‘The Train from Hate’, “Under no circumstances should I be upset or distressed because someone sought...
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  • Alter Ego Essay
    created my alter ego Ko-Ko who was the total opposite of me.   “AAAAAHHHHH, where is the train!” I yelled. “Ko-Ko, will you calm down, it’ll be here in a minute.” Jaylyn said. The train always took forever and a day to come, it really did. That didn’t stop me from complaining every time though...
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  • A Raisin Inthe Sun
    that he must be committed to the hunter life you will have no family no friends. Henry begins to train Lincoln with an ax and asks him to cut the tree branch in half with just one major swing. Lincoln said look at this tree it’s impossible. Henry begins to ask Lincoln what does he hate and Lincoln...
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  • Kindertransport; How Does Samuels Portray a Sense of Seperation?
    relationship between Evelyn and her daughter, Faith, in Act II. Evelyn remarks that Faith “hates [her]”, and that she will “never understand” the events that lead up to Evelyn’s anglicisation. This lack of understanding represents a rift between them, and thus the separation of mother from daughter, a...
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  • Belonging Is the Cornerstone
    home. All three texts explore the foundations of belonging and how they grow to find their identity. As an individual, Gogol from The Namesake develops a strong relationship with both his parents Ashima and Ashoke as he realises the important of family and his Indian culture and values. Ashima had a...
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  • Brave New World
    their urban environments. Human beings are amazing and very complicated animals. We are the smartest, yet we are the evilest. The lower caste members (Delta), future factory workers, are made to hate books by the upper caste members (Alphas). Boos are where the true knowledge comes from, most...
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  • document
     The Person I Hate Most There are lots of people you meet in your life. It is not necessary that all of them you like. I categorize people in three types. One you like most, second one you don’t like and the third one who has no impression at all in your life. It is a natural phenomenon...
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  • Happiness
    frustrated by the sheer meaninglessness of it all, I even grew to hate the people and places mentioned in word problems: I imagined trains crashing in the dead of night and little Arthur becoming hopelessly lost on his way home from the playground. After years of hating math and only barely passing my...
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  • dont get me started
    8.30 but the bus is still not here. You start to get impatient. You look at your watch and it is nearly 8.35 that’s why I hate buses. When you are early, the bus is late. You rush to the stop, puffing like a steam train, then find yourself waiting for half an hour in the winter cold, as your nose...
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  • Individuality and Community
    receptive to the mainstream community, a person may be ousted or evicted from the community. Begin again, start a new journey. While reading John Hope Franklin’s essay “Train from Hate” may have started this journey into trying to figure out exactly what community and individuality is all about. Martin...
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  • Cruelty in Literature
    example in this paper can be linked to hate. The Nazi's hated the Jews, the Huron hated the Americans, and the French hated the American. All the cruelty in literature and in the world is derived from hate. Bibliography Last of Mohicans, Cooper, James, Film The Red Badge of...
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  • Ha-Ha
    "Today I have to do some homework for my online class. I hate going to school. I wish that school what over with already but I have to graduate to impress my family", says Anna Mae. "I just want to have a life of my own and show people that I am worth it". She's a young woman with long flowing...
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  • Train to Pakistan
    Train to Pakistan One of the most brutal episodes in the planet''s history, in which a million men, women, and children were killed and ten million were displaced from their homes and belongings, is now over half a century old. Partition, a euphemism for the bloody violence that preceded the birth...
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  • hungert gamf
    Assignment 1 18-09-2013 - I read a small text message from my mom who said dinner would be served not at seven but at 7:30. She also asked me to do the dishes, which I kindly denied because I hate doing the dishes. - I went to the hairdresser and that’s where I read about a new hype to follow...
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  • dream job
    found myself always writing something. As soon as my superiors found out I could write well, they had me writing everything. From memos to work process documentation, I wrote it all. But I hate finance, so I quit that job after three long, tedious years and went searching for a job that wouldn’t drive...
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  • Paul Case
    to do a lot of wildly extravagant things in this story. There have always been and will always be conflicts between social classes, and this story is no different. People always want more than they have and they envy the people who have it. Paul is a troubled boy from Pittsburgh who embodies this...
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  • Travelling
    Modern life is impossible without travelling. Thousands of people travel every day either business or for pleasure. They can travel by air, by sea, by train, by road. For some people there is nothing so exciting as traveling, and I'm not an exception. I hate seeing people off, I prefer being seen...
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  • Hero
    called “The Train from Hate” by John Hope Franklin in 1994. In this passage the hero was the authors’ mother. He considers his mother as a hero because she taught him not to waste his time and energy on people that doesn’t expect him and also to distance himself to from purveyors of hate. (Franklin...
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  • Jksdfj
    station, Anna is in a terrifying mental state. To her, everything is despicable and the world is full of ugliness, misery and hate. Overwhelmed, she gets off the train after one stop. She runs into Vronsky’s coachman, who gives her a cold note from Vronsky. Insane with misery, she wanders along the...
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