• Diary of an Indifferent Woman
    I am a woman I am a woman The day I came into this world I found my extermination was decreed But I never saw the doors of law courts nor the faces of my judges!! The hands of the clock are like the jaws of a whale, ready to swallow me hands like two snakes on the wall like a guillotine, like...
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  • Sinhue
    propaganda is a main theme shown in the story of Sinuhe. The story of Sinuhe promoted the idea that every man and woman who were born in Egypt should love their country regardless of what troubles they may experience in it. An emphasis was placed on the notion that people should feel an emotional connection...
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  • Butterflies
    merciful A beautiful scene of dusk depicts a sweet picture of the universe, when the sun sets, and calm and stillness engulfs the loud voices of the day, I often see the birds returning back to their nests. These tiny creatures, lacking the faculty of reasoning and speech, believe that the best place ever...
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  • Malaysia My Homeland
    Love is in the air. As we walk on this lovely land, our loves are growing. Everywhere we go; there will be smiling faces all around us on this blissful land. We feel at home, we feel secure and we feel warm in the heart. This is the feeling we all have when we are living in our country, Malaysia, the...
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  • Pride of Pakistan
    WHY I LOVE MY COUNTRY WHY I LOVE MY COUNTRY Pakistan our sweet homeland. Pakistan had appeared on the world map in 1947 but after the Muslims had made enormous scarifies. No other nation, it may be pointed out, has achieved such a major political objective in such a short period. But the Muslims...
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  • Mahmoud Darwish
    where he later endured the 2002 siege of the PLO headquarters.As one essayist asserts: What space can the poet claim after the loss of a supplanted homeland except the space of a poem? Poetry is the closest thing to granting a sense of belonging for the poetic voice that poses it as a question. Darwish...
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  • Why Do I Love Pakistan
    An essay on why I love Pakistan (The ideology of Pakistan, The Pakistan movement) Outline: 1. Introduction 2. Patriotism a natural passion 3. Ideology of Pakistan is the cause of my love 4. What is ideology 5. The Pakistan Movement 6. Reasons behind the...
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  • Alii
    her love and devotion was not the kind but an English man, in the disguise of kind Rudolf. However, she displayed remarkable courage and sense of duty. She confessed to Ressendyll that she loved him more than her life but she was determined to uphold her family honor and prestige or her homeland. She...
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  • Essay Questions
    I’ve spent half of my life living in Vietnam and the rest here in the U.S. Everybody always talks about how I would have a better life here in the US rather than in VN. It’s hard to disagree with that, but I still fantasize the day I get to go back and relive all of my past memories. I was born in the loud...
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  • The Development of Desire
    next, "It never fails. He is welcome everywhere: hail to the captain when he goes ashore!" (Homer 166). The irony falls as Odysseus only desires his homeland. "Begin when all the rest who left behind them headlong death in battle or at sea had long ago returned, while he[ Odysseus] alone still hungered...
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  • Achilles Paper
    you give of all my acts of madness. Mad, blind I was! Not even I would deny it. Why look, that man is worth an entire army, the fighter Zeus holds dear with all his heart-how he exalts him now and mauls Achaea’s forces! But since I was blinded, lost in my own inhuman rage, now, at last, I am bent on settling...
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  • Patriotism
    to other nations. That breeds patriotism - and wars. (Dale Carnegie) Patriotism is a frame of mind in which one loves one's country and is proud of it. It is a vigorous feeling of love, loyalty and support for one's country especially in defense against its enemies. It means that one should give more...
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  • The Aeneid
    Love and Suffering The Aeneid by Virgil and Inferno by Dante are both works centering around adventures. In both of these adventures, love is intertwined with suffering. Why are love and suffering connected as such? In The Aeneid, Aeneas suffered a great deal and then was fated to lead his people...
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    I have always imagined as a child about the first time I would play in snow and how fun it would be, but on that cold winter day that I arrived at JFK airport. I suddenly realized my fairytale about winter was just a fantasy. When the door first opened at JFK airport in New York, the cold winter breeze...
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  • My Lifespan Biography
    My Lifespan: “That Which Does Not Break Us Makes Us” (Nietzsche) Who am I? I am the daughter of the pioneer of Haitian art promotion, the mother of two children (Saskya-23 and Francesco-19), and the wife of a physician with two children. On April 29,1964, I was born the fourth child, and the first...
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  • I Love This Country
    I Love This Country By John N. Panes Why do I love this country? I love stepping out of the house, ready to spoil myself with smiles as I sweep through the streets. I love this pill of contagiousness that I know will keep me invigorated throughout the day. I love how Filipinos, in spite of having...
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  • Asdf
    American Dreamer: Immigration Politics of Hyphenation Peter Witkowsky Text: “American Dreamer” Author: Bharati Mukherjee I am an American, not an Asian-American. My rejection of hyphenation has been called race treachery, but it is really a demand that America deliver the promises of its dream...
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  • Medea
    Medea Summative Assignment “There is no home. It’s over and done with, her husband holds fast to his royal wedding while she, my Mistress, cries out her eyes, there in her room, and takes no warmth from any word of any friends.” Rumors were spreading across Athens, that a mistress from Corinth named...
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  • Israel and Palestinian Paper
    concerns. Not once throughout the book are occupied territories, homeland, or any words in that category. All of the stories are based on an everyday Israeli citizen or citizens, and the more political concerns are left out. Also, I feel that most of the stories can be related to by the reader. They...
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  • Othello
    rather much be happier sailing and searching for new lands, rather than just be the king of his homeland. Are there similarities and also differences between both poems, I believe there is and will explain why. The poems “Ulysses” and “Odysseus” written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson and W.S. Merwin, are somewhat...
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