Breaking The "Berlin Wall" of Segregation

With the commencement of the millennium one might think that what is known as the melting pot of the world would interact more smoothly than what is portrayed in the media. We have long lived in a society that is segregated, not because it has gone unopposed, but because no one wants to take

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In The Station of the Metro

Ezra Pound's use of imagery, alliteration, and assonance in the poem In a Station of the Metro depicts a scene of people's faces in a dark crowded subway station in Paris. It is through this scene that Pound is able to uncover to the reader that no matter how dark and subterranean the environment,

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Realizing the American Dream

When I was in fourth grade a Jewish man visited my school to talk about his experiences during the Holocaust. However, his account of his time spent in the consecration camps was not what made my eyes to tear up that day. He related that when he was a young boy, he and his friends thought that in A

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Aliens At Roswell

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Symbols Conveyed in the Couple's Feelings of Say Yes

In the short story "Say Yes" by Tobias Wolff, the couple is able to keep romance in their marriage as shown through their routine arguments, the symbols in the story, and the end result of making up. They spice up their marriage through routine arguments, with the expectation of romance later on.

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