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    contradicts the essence of being human. War by Edwin Starr, and Happy Christmas by John Lennon are songs promoting the anti-war movement. Released in 1970 and 1972, whilst the war of Vietnam continues, both of these song depicts tone and mood through the themes love, peace and unity. Both artists has incorporated literary devices within the lyrics to convey the message and resonate it towards the audience. Edwin Starr’s War, and John Lennon’s Happy Christmas, demonstrates the catastrophe created by war.

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    Christmas Carol Literary Analysis: Happy Xmas (War Is Over) What if you passed Christmas during the Vietnam War? In the song Happy Xmas (War Is Over) by John Lennon and Yoko Ono this is the case. In the song John Lennon and Yoko Ono do a fantastic job using literary devices to make the songs message stand out more. Now, what is the message? The theme might be a song that disagrees or protests the Vietnam War. The three literary devices that make this theme stand out more in the song are; rhythm

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    Happy as You Want to Be Almost everyone have heard the hit single 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' by Bobby McFerrin. The song has a very catchy way of conveying its message of being happy to everyone. Bobby Mcferiin's simple message surely made a lot of people by telling them not to worry. Living a happy, resilient and optimistic life is wonderful, and is also good for your health. Being happy actually protects you from the stresses of life. Stress is linked to top causes of death such as heart disease

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    It was a late night and I was bored, so I decided to go for a drive. I did not know that this boredness could lead to something so bad. I jumped into my car, realized it was low on gas and thought, I won’t be gone long. I began on my trip by pulling out of the driveway, nothing out of the ordinary. As I traveled down the road I get to work on everyday, I noticed an off road that I had not traveled on before. I turned down the unknown road. The road was newly paved and was lit up by a fancy light

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    research for a foundation involved with urban planning. We were the bright-eyed, hopeful young couple living in Queens, trying to make the world a better place in our own naive way. We had a tiny apartment, and both earned meager salaries, but we were happy and in love. And

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    Alison Bechdel uses her graphic memoir, Fun home, to explore her relationship with her father. She uses the book as a tool to reflect on her life and the affect her father had on her. She discovers how her fathers closeted sexuality affected her childhood and her transition into adulthood. His death left a powerful mark and left her searching for answers. She clearly states this when she says, “it’s true that he didn’t kill himself until I was nearly twenty. But his absence resonated retroactively

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    In today’s world, having zoos in today's culture is bad. It is a major problem and it should be considered illegal. Have you ever been scrolling on twitter and see one of those sad videos about animal abuse or someone treating an animal bad and it makes your heart throb? Well that is what it is like for animals in zoos everyday. The zookeeper's keep this a secret because they do not want humans to see the negative effects of zoos. The reasons it should be illegal is animals main cause of depression

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    In the 2008 movie Iron Man, Tony Stark makes a variety of significant ethical decisions as he goes through his transformation from selfish, irresponsible billionaire and genius, to slightly less selfish and slightly less irresponsible billionaire, genius and superhero. One of the earliest of these decisions that we see is his general irresponsibility about how the weapons that he manufactures are used, and more importantly, who has access to them. Although one could argue that this isn’t a ‘decision’

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    Emmy is maturing so fast, still sweet and caring but definitely forming that teenage sass…lol…entering the teenage years is going to be new territory for us. I love that she talks to us about anything. She took hunters safety this year and developed a new interest in hunting. Jeramie and Emmy went out a few Saturday morning in the fall but the deer won, no kills this year, but Emmy now knows how to safely handle a firearm, a very important skill! She blew out her knees and couldn’t compete in

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    Haroun and the Sea of Stories Essay Storytelling plays an important role in people’s lives. In Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Salman Rushdie explores the vital role stories have in the lives of multiple characters. Politicos need stories in their lives in order to succeed. Without stories, the politicos would never be able to persuade or convince voters in an interesting way. The stories Rashid Khalifa tell are a vital part of his everyday life. Without the tales he spins, Rashid wouldn’t have a

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