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    A Long Walk to Freedom

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    A Long Walk to Freedom • This extract is an autobiography by Nelson Mandela talking about the transition from a small undemanding child to a contributing factor in society. The writer engages our sympathy by effective use of vocabulary, various linguistic techniques and through his nostalgic tone. In the title, ‘Long Walk to Freedom,’ the long, drawn out vowels like ‘ee’ and ‘o’ reflects the struggles and difficulties in this exhausting walk. Even the word ‘walk’ co notates to the, strive for

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    who fight for what they believe in and those who counterstrike these efforts. While the opposers may seem like the villains in the story, it is always possible to liberate them. These sentiments are mirrored in the ideas of both Nelson Mandela’s “Long Walk to Freedom” and Sophocles’ “Antigone.” Mandela’s commitment to the liberation of not only those who are oppressed, but those who have acted as their oppressors is one that can be found in a number of different narratives. Antigone proves Mandela’s

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    Long Lasting Tradition We walk in and the atmosphere fills me with joy; I hear children yelling on roller coasters, the amazing aroma of greasy, fried pork rinds, seeing smiles everywhere, it just sets the mood of having a great day. My family and I are at the famous theme park, Silver Dollar City. We have had a lasting tradition of visiting, every Christmas holiday and enjoying the sights and sounds of this amazing place. Our first stop is the store, Christmas Hollow, where Christmas is everywhere

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    Personal Narrative Essay

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    Every morning I wake up and walk the long twenty minutes through the lower east side to the upper east side of New York to my job as a criminal defense lawyer which I was graciously given by my father, one of the two partners of the firm. Straight out of law school, I was given a job at the top rated law firms in New York. Personally I think that there were more qualified graduates that are more skilled than me that should’ve gotten the job, but I had no other options and I started my work with high

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    Humorous Journeys

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    see in their that will change me. After a few minutes of fidgeting with my hands the tour begins and at that same time my stomach drops. We enter by starting out with a walk up stair that went about four stories up in the building. This walk gave me a little more time to prepare for what is about to come. After the long walk we finally start the tour. I am hoping that this is going to be not as painful as I anticipate but the first corner I turn happens to be about the beloved Anne Frank.

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    fighting a lot and Juliet had no one to share her feelings with about the matter, so she decided she wanted to do something exciting to get her feelings up. She decided to go out in the town. Juliet had just met a young man named, Jake. He was tall, had long brown hair, and had eyes as blue as the ocean. He had agreed to show her around the village. That day princess Juliet, dressed in plain clothes that she had hidden since her mom left them for her when she passed away. She had only been outside for

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    Keystone Vacation

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    from the Base area and village. This location gives great access to the Summit Express 6-person chair lift and the River Run 8-person Gondola. The only down side about this location is the distance from the village, the only way to access it is to walk the quarter mile across the snow-covered River Run bridge. In the Spring the snow on this bridge is very soft and wet so be sure to wear your snow boots if you plan to check out the village after a day on the slopes. As for the Condominium itself

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    paradise: crystal clear water, white and flour-like sand, and delicious, all-inclusive food and drinks. Even though our resort was amazing, June 10 was the day I was looking forward to most. I would get to cliff jump, zip-line, snorkel, tube, and rope walk all in one day. My family, which included me, my brother, Connor, my sister, Allie, my uncle, Matt, his girlfriend Renee, my grandmother, my mother, and my father decided on our excursion two months in advance. We decided on a place called Xel-Ha

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    Love and loss is a powerful source of motivation for the characters of the Orenda. The unforgettable characters Joseph Boyden creates reveal what the human spirit is truly capable of surviving; each soul having to cope with the brutal loss of someone they love. The emotions that rise in those who experience tremendous love and loss both influence their actions and alter their personalities. These changes are clearly seen in the three main characters of the powerful novel. Bird, one the the Huron

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    As I was leaving the San Francisco Middle School after basketball I began my walk home with my best friend Jeffrey, but I like to call him Jeff. We were so thrilled that it was Friday and we had so many things we wanted to do at my house, so Jeff and I began sprinting home so we could have all the time we wanted. As we reached home Jeff asked me “Hey where is your house key at again?” I responded “It is under Dorothy’s water bowl where it’s always been.” “Well I don’t remember because this is

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