Noahs ark vs. gilgamesh epic

The Gilgamesh Epic is an ancient Mesopotamian story about life and the suffering one must endure while alive. Included in the story, is a tale of a great flood that covered the earth, killing all but a select few of it’s inhabitants. This story of a great flood is common to most people, and has […]

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The Blacks in the Civil War

For the beginning, in the middle and in the ending of the Civil War in the United States, the Black Americans were central as soldier and civilian. At first, people tried hard to get around this fact. Even President Abraham Lincoln administration sent Black volunteers home with an understanding that the war was a ‘‘White […]

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The Rainmaker

The world is full of great novels. From Sherlock Holmes to the threemusketeers. As the years progress more novels are written and more moneyis made. John Grisham is a rising star in literature. His books haveenticed readers and has given the people something good to read. Whatmakes his books great is that they are so […]

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THE NEW CAPITALISM

“The proletariat is revolutionary or it is nothing.” – Karl MarxBeing a product of bourgeois society, the socialist movement is linked to the vicissitudes of capitalist development. It will assume different forms according to the changing fortunes of the capitalist system. In circumstances which are not favorable to the formation of class consciousness, it will […]

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Roman Pantomime

In assessment of the origins and nature of pantomime in ancient Rome, one will clearly see that the latter two factors are wide and varied. This is due to the collaborative nature of the art as a whole. With a close examination of archaeological, textual and representational evidence one will gain a precise understanding of […]

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Kelli

There is a very special person in my life named Kelli; she has had an amazing impact on my life. Ive learned so much from her such as how to treat everyone equal, and how to never give up. Her beautiful personality never stops astonishing me. If the world lacked people like Kelli, it would […]

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JFK paper research

Earl Warren, chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Courtwww.HistoryChannel.com“What moved some misguided wretch to do this horrible deed may never be known to us.” (September 27, 1964)On September 27, 1964, the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was released after a 10-month investigation, concluding that there was no conspiracy in […]

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Missile Defense Program

The Need for a National Missile Defense (NMD) Program in the United StatesSeveral hundred Soviet, nuclear tipped, ballistic missiles streak towards the United States without any form of opposition or challenge to their impeding destruction. The result of a situation like this would be no doubt disastrous, but it is a situation that could very […]

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Punishment of Offenders

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in the year 1980 we had approximately 501,900 persons incarcerated across the United States.By the year 2000, that figure has jumped to over 2,014,000 prisoners. The current level of incarceration represents the continuation of a 25-year escalation of the nation’s prison and jail population beginning in 1973. Currently […]

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Sarty’s Point of View

Sarty’s Point of ViewWilliam Faulkner elected to write “Barn Burning” from his young character Sarty’s perspective because his sense of morality and decency would present a more plausible conflict in this story. Abner Snopes inability to feel the level of remorse needed to generate a truly moral predicament in this story, sheds light on Sarty’s […]

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