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  • Summary Of Literary Regionalism By Sarah Orne Jewett

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    to her by her father, to develop her unique writing style. Without delving into deeper analysis, there are two distinctive themes that are easily recognizable in the vast majority of Jewett’s anthology of works. Jewett was born and grew up in South Berwick, a small rural town in southern Maine. Many, if not most of

  • Jewett's Depiction Of Feminism

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    One of the most widely discussed themes of Jewett’s writing is her depiction of feminism. Her works are some of the earliest examples of literary feminism, and so hold a great significance in the study of historical feminism. It should be said that Jewett’s, and by extension, everyone in the 19th century’s idea of feminism is most likely not the same as our modern, 21st century definition of feminism. Instead of focusing on women’s suffrage or equal rights, Jewett’s feminist writing takes a vastly

  • Inspired By Author, Harriet Beecher, Sarah Orne Jewett Wrote, A White Heron

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    Sarah Orne Jewett began writing at an early age as she was inspired by, The Pearl of Orr’s Island written by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Jewett began writing in the style of the author of her inspiration and thus fell in love with the style of writing that encapsulated nearly every author of her time, local color writing. Local color writing is a style of writing that became popular just after the Civil War. Many writers began writing with a focus on the way of life and nature in their direct surrounding

  • Sports Facilities East Lothian Council Website

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    I used the John Gray website to find out the background knowledge of sports in East Lothian and to find famous sporting people who were born and raised in East Lothian. This centre has access to archives and is ran by professional historians which means that this website is reliable and that the information is accurate. I also used National records of Scotland to find out what the population was in East Lothian and other important details like income and employment. This is a reliable source as it

  • Berwick Essay

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    products found in the shops of Berwick are distributed in an uneven pattern with distinct regional clusters. The biggest import trading countries in the world would be those in Asia, with a total of 46 out of the 81 products coming from countries within. More specifically coming from the countries in south, east and south-east Asia, mostly from China and no products are imported from north or west Asia. I think we get majority of our imports from the south, east and south-east s they are the closest

  • Impact of Vietnam War on American Culture

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    communist leader in North Vietnam. The leader was spreading communism, and because the United States wanted to stop the spread, it sent military troops to aid South Vietnamese to stop this vice. The war saw about 3million people die with the inclusion of 58,000 American soldiers. About 150,000 people were wounded during the war. In 1975, South Vietnamese government surrendered the war after the communist forces forced them to surrender. Vietnam unified communism and became a Socialist Republic. Although

  • The Trauma of War Conveyed in Ninh's Short Story, A Marker on the Side of the Boat and the Film, Barbed Wire and Mandolins

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    War is cruel. The Vietnam War, which lasted for 21 years from 1954 to 1975, was a horrific and tragic event in human history. The Second World War was as frightening and tragic even though it lasted for only 6 years from 1939 to 1945 comparing with the longer-lasting war in Vietnam. During both wars, thousands of millions of soldiers and civilians had been killed. Especially during the Second World War, numerous innocent people were sent into concentration camps, or some places as internment camps

  • The Propaganda, the Ministries, and the Leader

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    North Korea is an extreme isolated country and is known for continuously violating human rights. Defectors, North Koreans who escaped the isolated country, “continue to report that North Korea maintains a record of consistent, severe human rights violations, stemming from the government’s total control over all activity”(North Korea: Government). The similarities between North Korean society and the society in the dystopian novel 1984 by George Orwell are very much alike. A government constructed

  • 1984 and North Korea

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    1984 demonstrates a dystopian society in Oceania by presenting a relentless dictator, Big Brother, who uses his power to control the minds of his people and to ensure that his power never exhausts. Aspects of 1984 are evidently established in components of society in North Korea. With both of these society’s under a dictator’s rule, there are many similarities that are distinguished between the two. Orwell’s 1984 becomes parallel to the world of dystopia in North Korea by illustrating a nation

  • The Vietnam War: A Brief Analysis

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    Time does not heal all wounds, though it does impose fresh ones that require consideration. Still, even though the Cold War is over, there are many reasons why the history of the Vietnam War should remain fresh and the effort to grasp both the war and the antiwar opposition remain essential. The Vietnam War is, of course, an episode in military history. The episode’s setting is during the Cold War in Vietnam and the central theme of the episode was to pit capitalism and or democracy against communism