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Internationally respected poet, writer and educator, Maya Angelou has given us such best-selling titles as I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Gather Together in My Name, Singin' and Swingin' and The Heart of a Woman. Multi-talented, she produced and starred in the great play Cabaret for Freedom and starred in The Blacks. She wrote the original screenplay and musical score for the film Georgia, Georgia and was both author and executive producer of a five-part television miniseries, Three Way Choice. Miss Angelou's accomplishments have earned her the La Home Journal Woman of the Year award in communication an Matrix Award in the field of books from Women in Communication She received the Golden Eagle Award for her documentary, Americans in the Arts, produced by PBS. She is one of the women admitted into the Director's Guild. In 1974, she was appointed by Gerald Ford to the Bi-Centennial Commission and later by Jimmie Carter to the Commission for International Woman of the Year. Her personal outreach to improve conditions for women in Third World, primarily in Africa, has helped change the live thousands less privileged. Here is where she gives with all her heart and soul. Internationally respected poet, writer and educator, Maya Angelou has given us such best-selling titles as I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Gather Together in My Name, Singin' and Swingin' and The Heart of a Woman. Multi-talented, she produced and starred in the great play Cabaret for Freedom and starred in The Blacks. She wrote the original screenplay and musical score for the film Georgia, Georgia and was both author and executive producer of a five-part television miniseries, Three Way Choice. Miss Angelou's accomplishments have earned her the La Home Journal Woman of the Year award in communication an Matrix Award in the field of books from...
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added: 01/26/2012
This is the essay on nothing. I chose to write about nothing. In other words, "Blah, Blah, Blah." These words might seem nonsesical to you but to me they are the essence of my being. Where would I be if I could not say,"Blah, Blah, Blah" Then i decided to fly a kite. Boy was that swell. it was the greatest time I EVER HAD. I am trying to write a paper now but i am having dome trouble because i don't know what i am talking about. It is fun to just ramble on about nothing. i bet i know what you're saying to yourself, "blah blah blah". you see i told you. Its like the universal language for shut up your boring. Oh boy I think i still have a few more words to go before I can register. i think this whole thing is silly. I just wanna read the papers for opinions. I would never actually hand one in as my own. that would be terribly wrong. If any of you are planning on doing that you definetly shouldn't. I mean thats plagiarism. you could go to jail for that. People beat you in jail and do lots of other horrible horrible things to you. I am not from earth, i am from a land far far away. we have purple trees and orange cows. you know what i think this is actually a good writing excercise. i'm just writing completely non sensically based upon what pops into my head. i wonder if i could find a pattern in my toughts....
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DBQ- The Russian Peasantry Keith Jacobs< Per 1 >Mr. Rodriguez From the day serfdom was abolished to the start of World War I, the conditions of the Russian peasantry was perceived differently by many different citizens of Russia. The poor conditions sought change and many Russians had different ideas on how to change these conditions. Although the peasants/serfs were free, not all was well in the big bear-like heart of Russia. Many Russians shared the views of revolutionary non- Marxists. Some non-Marxists believed that the emancipation of the peasants had caused village life to crumble and fall apart (Doc 3). They saw how the serfs had what they initially wanted yet no social order. The lives of the freed peasants were still bad and nobody cared about others private interests. Although the peasants didn't physically revolt (Doc 1), the thought was surely in their poor minds. These non-Marxists didn't believe in the theories of Karl Marx, yet would surely support one who did. Known as Intellectuals, These non-Marxists were a big part of the Russian population and shared the view points of many others ( Doc 7), ( Doc 8), ( Doc 3). Others such as Anarchists saw the conditions in Russia as being wrong and un-just. Most believed that all the emancipation brought was disease, starvation and no crops ( Doc 4 )( Doc 5). The peasants land was striped making it impossible to grow a sufficient amount of crops to survive, thus many peasants died. The land that they did have to grow crops was taken from the poor to raise cattle for the rich ( Doc 4 ),( Doc 2 ). Once again the peasants didn't respond to these conditions until the late 18 and early 1900's (Doc 1) . Although the anarchists were against the government, they did see the poor...
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added: 01/05/2012
.1. Introduction: 1) Define the issue 2) Identify the different points of view which are related to this issue, indicating the existence of a dilemma 3) State your thesis(position)concerning the issue and it's relationship to the points of view. Determine which point of view is most closely related to your thesis. 11.Body: 1) Introduce the case study used to define your position. 2) Describe the case study using specific, factual detail, reflecting your knowlege of social studies content. 3) Discuss the desirability and feasibility of the case study. 111.Conclusion: 1) Restate your thesis and defend it by refuting opposing views based on values and specific factual data. 2) Make generalizations beyond stating your position. I also have no essays stuffed up my ass at the moment because I throw them away..... why is there a need to keep a paper that you're never going to use again in your lifetime. What a joke! If you advertise the fact that something is free.....IT SHOULD BE FREE!!! The name of this web site isn't give me an essay and you can read the other ones.com, it's find free essays.com. Get a life! blah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blahblah blah blah blah blah.Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crap Bunch-o-crapBunch-o-crapBunch-o-crapBunch-o-crap.abcde fghi jklmn opqrs tuvw xyzabc defghi jkl mno pqrs tuvw xyzabc defghij klmn opqrst uvwxyzab cdefghi jklm nopqr stuvw xyzabc defgh ijkl mn opqrst uv wxy zabcde fghij klm nopqrst uvwx yzab cdef ghijk lmnopqr stu vwxyz. And alot more rubbish than before. And alot more rubbish than before. And alot more rubbish than before. And alot more rubbish than before. And alot more rubbish than before. And alot more...
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added: 11/25/2011
By: Cindy S When young people commit violent acts or crimes, the media and entertainers are blamed. But is that right? When Klebold & Harris shot up their fellow classmates at Clumbine High School, Marilyn Manson was to blame. Young people are always told the entertainers we watch & listen to influences us to be bad & commit crimes. So what if we buy Mcdonalds because I see that commercial or hear the ad on the radio in my car. Killing someone because I saw it on TV is different than buying a hamburger because I saw it on Tv. You don't think about buying a hamburger, you think about killing someone. Besides a hamburger is marketed, labeled with saying buy that hamburger. When on tv someone is killed no one says do this to be cool. Who I think is to blame is a different story. Myabe it could be the parents for doing the most they could, or working all the time, or giving their children to much independence. Maybe it very well could be television or music. But maybe it's the individuals responsibilty, and his actions. But what about the generation before us. We have everything we need or could ever want. We don't have to fight for anything. Because of that we are depressed and bored. Bordedum can lead to violence. That is what violence should be blamed on. Not entertainment, but the generation and bordum we are given to deal with. blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah....
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added: 01/29/2012
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added: 09/29/2011
The legalization of drugs has always been a problem in the United States. Some people agree with the Idea of legalizing drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and many others. These people argue that with the legalization of these drugs the crime rate and other social problems would reduce. While their opponent argue that the legalization of drugs would only add to the already high crime rates, and many social problems we have in the United States. Both sides both have very good arguments as to why drugs should or should not be legalized in the United States. The battle between the government date back as early as the year 1914. This is the year in which the government passed the Harrison Narcotic act. This act asked for the punishment of those who were illegally in possession and use of marijuana. Penalties for the sale, and or, possession of illegal drugs were established by the Drug Abuse Control Amendments of 1965. Surprisingly enough, through all of these drug laws, marijuana remained legal until 1970. Even though most drugs were now illegal in the Untied States, more than fourteen million Americans used drugs at least once a month in the late 1980's. What would be some of the benefits from the legalization of drugs? Well, for the actual user there would be numerous benefits from the legalization of such drugs as marijuana. First would be the price of the drugs. Drug costs would dramatically decrease by ninety percent if they were made legal. Also the availability of them would increase. Heroine, at one time was close to becoming legal, would have been available at any corner market, and even treated like aspirin without any restrictions. Along with the benefits, comes' the obvious dangers that would rise from the legalization of drugs. One of the first considerations that comes to a person's mind when thinking of the possible dangers drugs is the thought...
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added: 12/23/2011
The title of To Kill a Mockingbird represents innocense. In the novel, Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, and Dill are all examples of mockinbirds. They are all innocent people just as mockingbirds are innocent. First of all is Boo Radley. Boo had problems such as violenc3e and bad bahaviour during his youth which kept him by himself in joil or under house arrest. As he got older he grew less and less mature from being by himselfin his house and not being social. Boo envied Scout, Jem, and Dill's childhood; the childhood he never had. Boo had childhood inocense even though he was not a child. His innocense was he did not understand the world and what the world was like. Tom Robinson was blamed for a crime he did not commit. Because Tom was black, people looked down on him. The jury of the rial could not say a black an was not guilty for a chrime white people said he committed. No matter how much evidence there was taht proved Tom was not guilty of raping Mayella Ewell, he was still found guilty. Tom was innocent just becuase of the plain and simple fact that he was charged with a crime he was not guilty of. Dill, was also innocent, but throughout the novel, he lost his innocense. Een though he tried to act like he did not understand what was going on, deep down he knew. At the beginning of the book, the first summer he was there, he was innocent. As he went back home to Mississippi during the winter, he lost his innocense. The next summer of came, the summer of the trial. Dill knew exactly waht was going on and why. Scout did not understand at al, while Jem was maturing, buat not enoughto know why all this...
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added: 10/26/2011
Mark Twain – Two Ways of Looking at a River 1. What two views of the river does Twain describe? That of a passenger and a pilot. Characterize each of these views: passenger – romance, pilot - realism 2. The point that Twain is trying to make about the two different ways he looked at the river is Thesis- His perception of the river before and after he became a riverboat pilot. He concludes by wondering if the same holds true for doctors. He seems to say that if we know too much, we cannot see the beauty and romance in something. She ran as fast as she could without looking back. never wanting to see her past and only looking into the uture. Her focus now was to move on with her life and raise her children the best that she knew how. There were unanswered questions but should would fine the answer later on in life. Now to find a support group. Blah blah bhlal blah blah blah blah blahblahb lahb lhablhablhab How are you I am doing great. Want to tgo to the movies sure what would you like t0 see Have you seen daredevil? No I have not and was just tel;iomg a fring how much I wanted to see that movie. Meet me a 7 great see ya then. Bue Yo yo yo wuz up? Not much homey how bout you? Just chillin. Me too. Wanna hang at my crib? You know it. Lets ride Ride like an eagle into the future. Riding on a balkd eagle in to the forest connie was uncertain of her destiny. She closed her eyes as the eagle proceeded to land in the remote but beautiful lush flat spot....
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added: 11/18/2011
"Friendliness is simply the joy of sharing without conditions, without expectations, with no desire that something should be returned- not even gratefulness."(Friendship 1). Many believe that to know friendship is to know a special kind of joy. In the dictionary, friendship is described as a person whom one knows, likes, and trusts. Even though there are many meanings of the word friendship there are only two kinds of friendship, good and bad. Also, many different people have demonstrated the power of friendship but one woman holds the true meaning of it. In life, many friends come and go but the best friends stay for a lifetime. There are many types of good friendships, such as, friendships with actual friends, family, or just acquaintances. Friendship is an extremely important aspect of life. Good friends are cherished and adored, some would say, "the road to a friends house is never long" (Friendship 1). This shows that, when you have a great friend it doesn't take a lot to be friends with that person. Being someone's friend means to know the in's and out's of that person and even their darkest secrets. You also love, respect, and know that person very well. Another friendship is one that a person has with his or her family. Sometimes these can be the best friendships because that person knows the family or family member better than anyone else does. On the other hand, they can be bad because you never get a break from your family because you live with them each day. The last type of friendship is an acquaintance. This is a person that someone would just say "hi" or "bye" and maybe has a quick conversation. They don't really share much, and are not very close, but they are friends. This is what most...
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added: 07/22/2012