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  • Richard Berry 's Original Versions Of The 1963 Version Recorded By The Kingsmen

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    Originally recorded in 1956 by Richard Berry, “Louie Louie” is best known for the 1963 version recorded by The Kingsmen. Richard Berry was a rhythm and blues singer of the 1950s while The Kingsmen were a 1960s garage band. The two different versions of this song are similar, however they feature differences in many areas such as style, sound, lyrics, and instrumentation. The different versions also offer different cultural significances, despite Berry being the original writer of the song The Kingsmen’s

  • Blackberry Picking Essay

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    stanza of the poem is mostly quite positive and enthusiastic. The first part of the stanza describes the the ripening of the berries, “given heavy rain and sun for a full week, the blackberries would ripen”. He also gives us an image of the berries. Heaney uses the metaphor “a glossy purple clot” for the ripe berries, and the similie “hard as a knot” for the unripe berries. When you say “hard as a knot”, the sound is quite short,

  • The Snake Chief, By Miriam Majola

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    but when fall came around they picked umdoni berries to trade neighbors for food. One day Nandi went to the river to pick umdoni berries so she could trade and eat. When she got there she couldn’t find any berries not even one. She then heard a loud hissing sound, and she saw snake. The snake was wound around the branches of the umdoni trees eating all the berries. Nandi cries out “You are stealing my berries….Oh, Snake, you are stealing all my berries. What will I have to exchange for meat if you

  • Eastern Woodlands Culture

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    Eastern Woodlands have a fascinating life and culture. Now you know who the Eastern Woodlands are, we can learn a bit more about them now. Food The Eastern Woodlands ate very interesting foods. They mainly ate meat, fish, crops, shellfish, and wild berries. Men would usually go hunting in the woods and fishing near the St. Lawrence and Great lake areas. Women would go gather various types of

  • Blackberry Picking Seamus Heaney

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    marvellous berries

  • Alaskan Wilderness Narrative

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    Alaskan Wilderness Narrative After disappearing down the snow covered trail, Alex looked at his map and recognized he was nearby the Triple Lakes Trail. Not wanting to encounter any people, Alex ventures away from the trail until he discovers a lake up ahead and begins setting up his tent and gathering some materials to start a campfire just inside the forest near the lake. Just as Alex finished putting his tent up and gathering enough sticks to keep a small fire going for a while the sun started

  • Essay on National Cranberry

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    9-688-122 REV: MARCH 17, 2006 National Cranberry Cooperative (Abridged) On February 14, 1981, Hugo Schaeffer, vice president of operations at the National Cranberry Cooperative (NCC), called his assistant, Mel O’Brien, into his office and said: Mel, I spent all day yesterday reviewing last fall’s process fruit operations at receiving plant #1 [RP1] with Will Walliston, the superintendent, and talking with the co-op members [growers] in that area. It’s obvious to me that we haven’t solved

  • National Cranberry Cooperative Case Study Essay

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    National Cranberry is a cooperative of berry growers around North America that share common production facilities and for the last several years have been experiencing capacity bottlenecks among other issues. After initial analysis, two main factors that contributed to a decrease in production were found. The first issue in the business is that the supply trucks and drivers delivering the harvest were not properly organized and there was not enough space and organization to allow for smooth offloading

  • Blackberry Picking- Seamus Heaney Analysis

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    Blackberry Picking- Seamus Heaney Seamus Heaney is an Irish poet who was born in Mossbawn farmhouse and spent fourteen years of his childhood there. Many of his poems are based on personal experience; ‘Mid-term Break’, for example, was based on the death of his younger brother; and are laid out in settings akin to those he is familiar to. His poem, ‘Blackberry Picking’, is set on a farm and explores the simple luxury of picking fresh, ripe blackberries, his inspiration quite possibly being his own

  • Literary Analysis Of Blackberry Picking, By Seamus Heaney

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    Heaney uses the speaker in the poem to show one way of dealing with death is to accept it. The nostalgic views of the speaker in the poem shows the speakers' remembrance of picking the blackberries and even though the berries would rot too soon, the good memories of picking the berries would always outweigh the bad of them rotting. In “Blackberry-Picking”, Seamus Heaney utilizes colorfully yet contrasting imagery, diction and structure to suggest that death is inevitable and loss isn't always the easiest