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  • Happily Ever After - 1,235 words
    People say when you marry someone you dont just marry that one person, but you marry that persons whole family. Every family has its dysfunctions. Every family has members that are often times difficult to deal with, but thats what family is all about; sticking together and loving one another, despite what differences or opposing forces may exist. In Liars Club, Mary Carrs Grandma didnt share this point of view when it came to Pete, Marys father. In fact, she wanted Marys mother, Charlie, to divorce Pete before they were even married. Grandma subsequently viewed my father as some slick-talking hick who had baffled her only child into settling for a two-bedroom tract house when she deserved a ...
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  • The Great Gatsby - 1,004 words
    In todays society, people use money in many different ways. The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, portrays this very effectively. In the novel, Tom Buchanan and Jay Gatsby are both very wealthy men, but they use their money for very different reasons. The narrator, Nick Carraway, who we must trust, because we take his perspective throughout the novel, draws out the differences between these two men. He also exposes what each of these characters represent in the novel. Tom is the antagonist of the novel. Pleasure motivates him, and he lives his life with luxury and ease. Gatsby on the other hand, is the protagonist in the novel. Even though he may be as rich as Tom, he does not live in el ...
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  • Death Penalty - 2,025 words
    Author: Clarke, Kevin. Source: U.S. Catholic v. 65 no10 (Oct. 2000) p. 27 ISSN: 0041- 7548 Number: BRDG00052997 Copyright: The magazine publisher is the copyright holder of this article and it is reproduced with permission. Further reproduction of this article in violation of the copyright is prohibite A GROUP OF DISTINGUISHED ILLINOIS CITIZENS, including former Senator Paul Simon and attorney-novelist Scott Turow, did something remarkable last August. They sat in silence while some not-so-famous Illinois citizens talked about capital punishment. The morning hearing offered the American public a rare opportunity to speak its mind about this peculiar institution of ours since the reinstatemen ...
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  • None - 1,201 words
    It is understandable that so many people in our class did not find the last act of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night a satisfying one; there is no tidy ending, no goodbye kisses or murder confessions; none of the charaters leave the stage with flowers in their hands or with smiles on their faces and none of the characters give explanatory monologues after the curtain falls, as we've become accustomed to by reading so much Shakespeare. O'Neill, though, isn't Shakespeare and Long Days Journey Into Night is as different from, say, A Midsummer's Night Dream or Twelfth Night than a pint of stout ale is from a glass of light chardonney. It is because of the uniqueness of the play that ...
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  • Long Days Journey Into Night - 1,201 words
    It is understandable that so many people in our class did not find the last act of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night a satisfying one; there is no tidy ending, no goodbye kisses or murder confessions; none of the charaters leave the stage with flowers in their hands or with smiles on their faces and none of the characters give explanatory monologues after the curtain falls, as we've become accustomed to by reading so much Shakespeare. O'Neill, though, isn't Shakespeare and Long Days Journey Into Night is as different from, say, A Midsummer's Night Dream or Twelfth Night than a pint of stout ale is from a glass of light chardonney. It is because of the uniqueness of the play that ...
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  • Close Encounter - 1,683 words
    The air was beginning to cool, the days warmth a thing of the past. Stars shone from up above, and she was thankful for small favours. Their soft glow was comforting on the lonely country road she was travelling, which was nearly pitch dark now. Fields of corn grew thick on either side of her. Dark shadows, as tall as herself, thick enough to conceal someone, sparse enough to move around in. She remembered childhood days spent playing hide and seek in the stalks. They were good hiding places. She shivered at the thought. There were no streetlights. Not this far out of the way. And she still had plenty left to travel. Anything could happen on these roads after dark. She laughed at herself. An ...
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  • The Existence Of God - Approaches/criticisms - 1,225 words
    There are three major arguments that attempt to explain the existence of God. Firstly, it is important to establish a definition of God. According to philosophers God is an infinitely perfect being that upholds a divine unity of ultimate goodness and of ultimate power. God is referred to as Omniscient, Omnipotent and Eternal. God has unlimited knowledge and intelligence, so basically God is the ultimate model of perfectionism. Though all Philosophers agree with this definition of God, it does not state whether or not this ideal concept of God exists. The Ontological, Cosmological and Teleological have been developed throughout time to attempt to prove God existence. There have also been many ...
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  • How Business Has Entered Religion In America - 1,591 words
    As Moses knelt down before the Burning Bush to receive the Ten Commandments, the people were kneeling down before the golden calf to receive their cut. Money and religion have always been a paradox, a test, and a trial to those who struggle to live a spiritual life in this material world. To bring this spiritual life into existence, how much material is necessary? If one says, "one only need the word" then as the message is spread, the word needs to be accessible to everyone. As a result, books are printed for the people and Buildings erected to house the people as they read the books. From these small beginnings, huge corporation-like entities, with tax breaks, loopholes, tremendous budgets ...
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  • Chaucer Creative Writing Exercise - 923 words
    There was a farmer in the Midwest a dairy farmer, to be exact, and on the outskirts of Prairie, Missouri, to be exact. Very little else about him was exact. He had a dairy, but he didnt exactly run it if there was milk there was and if not, there wasnt. He had a son, though he didnt exactly have any family at least he had a biological son in Seattle who found him not long after he arrived in Prairie and that he heard from once in a while. And he was called Baker, though it wasnt exactly his name. Long after, looking through his house, it was found that his real name was Plummer, he was educated, and that on a lark, he had traded identities with a hick acquaintance, whom he had met sometim ...
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  • Tennessee V. Scopes Trial: Fact Or Fiction - 869 words
    In 1925 the court case of Tennessee v. Scopes received national attention, and gained legendary status. This case was the direct result over the nationwide debate on weather Charles Darwins Theory of Evolution, or the bibles account of Genesis, should be taught in public schools, and also effected what was being taught in the public school system. In the years leading up to 1960, and the release of the Hollywood film Inherit the Wind the facts of the scopes trial became very distorted from the real life event. Before comparing the differences in the Scopes trial and the movie Inherit the Wind, its important to examine what factors helped lead up to the 1925 court case. The first factor that ...
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  • Existance Of God - 2,254 words
    ... own. But importantly, an omniscent being does not know what it's like to be human, and does not know feelings like hope and fear. God is supposed to be incorporeal, bodiless. A consciousness, if you will. So obviously, God can be neither male or female, because to be either requires a body, which God has no use for. In summary, God is incorporeal, omniscent and omnipotent. Since the development of the theory of evolulution, the Teleological Argument has lost some of the pursuasive force that it once enjoyed. So whether the Darwinian theory of natural selection is true or false, it does stand in competition with the intelligent designer hypotheses as a possible explanation for why nature ...
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  • Existance Of God - 2,325 words
    ... moral virtue. Summed up, for every evil there comes a greater good, and that good is moral and spiritual growth. In this process of growing perfect human persons, like a plant needs sun and water to grow, the human person needs motivation and challenges. God motivates and challenges by dropping us into an imperfect world. The belief that life is unfair, (and my parents made sure I knew that early on) motivates people to correct the injustices and adversities. It is decided that by being submerged in imperfections, we will overcome. So evil is necessary then, says Hick, 'A world with no pain or suffering would also be one in which there could be no moral choices and hence no possibility o ...
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