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    An Historical Place

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    Visits are a great source of information. When we go from one place to another‚ we are sure to learn a lot. Particularly‚ visits to historical places teach us so many things. Some times such places tell us stories better than the books on history. It is well said‚ “Architecture is a frozen music” A visit to historical place is always valuable for a student. It enriches his Knowledge and increases his vision. As it is said‚ “All the history is the biography of great men” Last Sunday‚ we decided

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    The Most Relaxing Place

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    humans always seeks for somewhere he can feel calm and relaxing as a getaway place. For someone‚ it could be his bedroom. For another one‚ it could be the beach. And‚ for some others‚ it could be Paris. All of those used to be where I thought I relaxed myself most‚ but surprisingly often times they bore me. The only place that I have been visiting very often and yet never disappoint me is my own mind as it is no-place attachment‚ present‚ and the most amazingly beautiful. ! After waking and doing

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    Wisdom Sits in Places

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    Although places are the backdrops for the activities of a culture‚ and place-names serve as reference points for these locations‚ both are socially constructed and this construction takes place in large part through language. Basso brings attention to the dialectic interplay between the construction of place and the definition of community for the Western Apache. While a relationship with the landscape exists to reinforce the cultural ideology of the Western Apache‚ such would not be possible without

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    Place and Space

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    Tj van Rensburg - 11029005 Critical Studies 2B - Place and Space Essay In unpacking the concept of ‘Place’ I have chosen to write about a photograph taken by Tareen Photography‚ a photographer from New Zeeland. It is a photograph depicting a homeless man on one of the many piers on the Durban beachfront. (Fig .1) I believe that this photo is a good example in discussing ‘place’ as a concept. Place is a word used in every day language‚ primarily to indicate a certain location that could even be

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    Favourite Place

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    My favourite place Everyone has their own one special place‚ a place where you can be you‚ where you can find peace and harmony. A place where you feel happy and comfortable being there. For some it’s a quiet place‚ for others it might be a hustling‚ bustling‚ full of people and movement place. But all of these places have one thing in common‚ they are places where you’d run to in times of both joy and misery. As for me‚ my favourite place is where I feel most comfortable and relaxed in‚ and

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    Places That Shaped Me When a person thinks of their geologic location‚ they think of where they are on the Earth. A geographer would say that is one part of a location‚ space‚ the other concept of a location is place. When actually defining a sense of space there has to be an exact coordinate and distance to an area. Place on the other hand is the infusing of a location with meaning and emotion. It is important to have both of these aspects to a location because it defines where it is physically

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    A place that is important to me: I have lived in Bunbury for 15years. My family has occupied the house in which I live for 10years. I have two sisters and two brothers. I am the middle child. I have always felt that my home has been an important place to me. I have countless memories held within these walls‚ and almost all of them are positive. Home to me‚ has always been the roof above my head. Recently though‚ when my elder sister moved out‚ I have been lost by what home truly means. If I

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    October 6‚ 2011 Professor Bright Eng 095 LK G Happy Place Rough Draft Everyone has their own special place sometime in their life. It could be at an event‚ like a concert or a church service‚ or a place visited often. My happy place is at my Grandma’s house because my grandma is awesome‚ I can make my own decisions‚ and my cousins and other family live close by. My grandma is a huge part of the reason why her house is my happy place. She is the most giving person I know. I remember ever

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    A small place

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    Critical Book Review on “A Small Place” A Small Place is written by a woman named Jamaica Kincaid. She’s considered by some as being the most important Westen Indian woman writer. In this book‚ Jamaica gives the reader a tourism journey into her native Antigua‚ to argue that the reason her people so heavily rely on western culture and economics influence in their everyday life is because of the colonial past Antigua has faced. The first key theme I see in A Small Place is‚ Thief. Jamaica talks about

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    A small place

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    Danielle Bryant Mark Neumann Communications 101 4 November 2001 “In a small place people cultivate small events‚” states author Jamaica Kincaid in her novel A Small Place. The book illustrates a landscape in which she lives thus detailing who she is as explained by Jose Ortega y Gasset. Born and raised in the twelve-mile long‚ nine-mile wide country of Antigua Kincaid has struggled with her small place her entire life as she narrates the paradise that many visit and the prison in which many

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