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  • Analysis Of A Quick Nap

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    His piece titled ‘ A Quick Nap ‘ stood out to me along my browse throughout the museum. Its interesting color scheme grabbed me; I believed there was a tale to the story. The lightly glossed, oil painted canvas depicts a little girl dozing by the red railing of a fire escape above the city streets. The little girl is seen to be resting her head on her right hand, napping. Walter Williams contrasts the curves of the girl’s soft pink dress with the hard grid of the ironwork and straight lines of the

  • Personal Narrative: When I Got A Horse

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    It was a bright sunny Saturday afternoon on November 30th 2013 when my mom found me outside doing chores. “Let’s go to Canton to get a cow your dad bought.” My mom invited. “Why?” I inquired. “Because everyone is going.” “Okay, I’m going to go change my jacket then.” I became slightly suspicious because my whole family was going along, and it didn’t make sense to drive all the way to Canton to pick up one cow when we usually got our livestock from Sioux Falls Regional livestock. I decided

  • White Blood Chips Metaphors

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    Rather than resorting to complex musical density, The White Stripes use numerous metaphors and a complicated yet concise storyline accompanied by much more ‘classical’ rock sounds in White Blood Cells to represent an intricate love of Jack White’s. The White Stripes have an extremely convoluted history, which is relatively common among talented musicians, that began in Detroit, Michigan. Jack Gillis (as he was known previously) met Meg White, and married her in 1996, taking her last name. They

  • Dolly Parton Jolene Analysis

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    voice. The punk rock band, White Stripes, were inspired by the song so much so they decided to cover “Jolene”, but made the song their own by adding their own style, beat, and raw emotion. Dolly Parton’s 1973 iconic “Jolene” is a tale about a woman pleading her husband’s mistress to stop seeing him because she knows she can't compete with her beauty. Even though,

  • Descriptive Essay About My House

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    a tall red brick chimney off to the right but is hardly ever caught breathing smoke. The roofing is a dark blue with black speckles and the front door is a matching blue painted on very thick. On the front door is a brown wreath hung by a burlap bow. The word family, in a bubbly font, is neatly centered in the middle of the wreath. Inside the blue front door is the largest room where my family and I are almost always together. Three of the walls are a soft beige and one is a rustic red. The rustic

  • Personal Narrative: Response To The Town Of Clay

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    It was grey on the inside and had black, gray and white stripes on the outside. The quad walking cane which was said to have been found underneath him was given to us by Deputy Robyn Stark. It was photographed and appeared to have a metallic body with a black handle. The bottom part of the cane’s body had ten

  • A Short Story

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    Boxer was an enormous beast, nearly eighteen hands high, and as strong as any two ordinary horses put together. A white stripe down his nose gave him a somewhat stupid appearance, and in fact he was not of first-rate intelligence, but he was universally respected for his steadiness of character and tremendous powers of work. After the horses came Muriel, the white goat,

  • The National Standards Of The World

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    Everyday Americans all over the nation proudly wave a red, white and blue flag. A flag with thirteen horizontal stripes, equal in width, and fifty white five-pointed stars in a blue rectangle in the upper-left corner. A flag that symbolizes the unity and strength of the country. As the flag is flown all over the nation it proudly holds the name of the American Flag. As many people see the flag some may begin to wonder why the American Flag is red, white, and blue and what the meaning of the flag is

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    was at the store, she said in a mellifluous voice. "Patty she yelled, “What are you cooking it smells delicious"? Just some white rice and beans that’s all I responded. A few minutes later Mistress Donna walked into the kitchen with her loud, bright red high heels on that you

  • Descriptive Essay On A Day In My House

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    The snow seemed like it will never stop. At my house, that sits upon the top of a mountain, we had over three feet of snow. It was three days before Christmas and the sun was just rising over the snow covered mountain range, the morning sky was grey with a splash of pastel pink and a warm yellow. With the smell of black coffee, I woke up in my sister’s room. The sunshine was beginning to peak into the small yellow room, my sister, Allison, was still sleeping with shallow breaths. I carefully swing