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111: The Color Purple
... command for her own life. Celie is the young lady who has been constantly physically, sexually, and emotionally abused. Eventually she turns into a lesbian. In the book, The Color Purple, "dear God, Nettie, dear stars and trees" are the only people she communicates with. All the letters show that Celie is a very insecure person, and that reflects to her teenage years. All the abusing caused her a scar in ... life. From the view of a reader, the title of the book, "The Color Purple" represents the pain and the bruises that had been given to Celie through her pitiful life. Dear God, Nettie, dears stars and trees show Celie's insecure personality, also Alice Walker personalized the stars and trees to be involved with Celie's communication. By reading through the book, readers would understand the discriminations of men and women's social statuses at that time when the story was taking ...
112: Living the Dream
Living the Dream I have lived around the world and on my way I have many people who have been living the American dream. Whether it was soccer stars, actors, or even my own friends. Many people who are living this dream don't even realize it because they want even more than they already have. We see them as greedy. Even I feel ... were born, and only know, at this age, they are starting to realize it. The people that the kids at our school and in other wealthy towns see as living the american dream are sports stars and actors. They are living the dream because they have it all, or so it seems. Even actors and sports stars have their problems. Maybe drug or family, but we hardly ever catch a glimpse at this side. One of the people that I see living the great American dream would have to be Will ...
113: Berkley
... infinite mind, the ideas in each mind have some certain distinctions. The finite mind can only contemplate a limited range of thoughts. To illustrate this, let the reader attempt to imagine an infinite number of stars. After some intellection, the reader will realize that it is an impossible task. This is because the human mind can only think in terms of bounded entities; thus, in the above mentioned case, the reader may have thought of a great many stars. However, the stars were finite in number and could therefore not represent the notion of infinity. In short, the finite mind can only conceive finite thoughts. Not only this, but, as previously disgussed, humans can perceive only ...
114: Black Holes
... To our best knowledge, black holes are created at the end of a very large star's life cycle. The star collapses into a white dwarf, which is the smallest, dimmest, and hottest of all stars. Matter is packing continually tighter and tighter together and gravity is increasing. The white dwarf will collapse into itself when it runs out of fuel, thus creating a black hole. Therefore only very massive stars can form black holes because only large stars have enough mass and gravitational pull to collapse into itself. What are the parts of a black hole? There are two main parts to a black hole. The first one is the event horizon ...
115: The Little Prince
... power, this through the King and Businessman. The king puts a great deal of importance into being obeyed when he orders only what would happen anyway. The businessman takes great pride in owning all the stars, a collector too busy counting them to get any pleasure from their beauty. The little prince tries to show the pointlessness of his "property" by explaining that it does the stars no good to be owned. The little prince then tells how he owns a flower and three volcanoes. The fact that he owns and takes care of them does them some good. The businessman does not help the stars. The little prince arrives on Earth in the desert beneath "his" star. He recognizes the drawing of the closed boa constrictor immediately and knows that the author's attempts to fix his engine have ...
116: A History Of The Beatles
Probably the most popular, influential and enduring rock group of all time, the Beatles almost single-handedly reshaped rock 'n' roll from a genre of throwaway singles by faceless stars to an artistic medium with memorable images and idols. The Beatles placed the emphasis on a group, rather than a single individual, like Frank Sinatra or Elvis. They also set an example for all rock ... were the biggest band in America, "Beatlemania" had taken hold of the U.S., also paving the way for other "British Invasion" groups. To capitalize on their incredible popularity, the Fab Four were made the stars of a comedy film, “A Hard Days Night”, which, surprisingly, earned good reviews and, not surprisingly, produced a hit soundtrack album. Following the release of the movie in July, the band left for their first ... their songs, and protesters appeared outside their concerts. Meanwhile the group was increasingly under the influence of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, an Indian guru; this flirtation with Eastern religion soon became common among '60s rock stars, and, more interestingly, lead the Beatles to experiment with Indian sitar music on their next few albums. The band also began using large amounts of psychedelic drugs, foreshadowing the "flower children" of the next ...
117: Betsy Ross
... flown in the U.S., however it was the first flag representing the original thirteen colonies, the United States of America. The "Betsy Ross Flag" contains thirteen alternating red and white stripes and thirteen white stars on a blue background (5. Wallis, 13). Today, two hundred and twenty-two years after the flag was first accepted by Congress, it looks a little different. There are now fifty stars on the flag, each one representing the fifty states. The stripes remain as symbolic reminder of the nation's humble beginnings. As the last year of the twentieth century is getting under way, there is ... has long been a territory of the United States and some people now feel that it is time the United States annex it as the fifty-first state. Only time will tell if fifty-one stars begin to fly high. Maybe it will even inspire a young ambitious man to write a poem.
118: Living the American Dream
Living the American Dream I have lived around the world and on my way I have many people who have been living the American dream. Whether it was soccer stars, actors, or even my own friends. Many people who are living this dream don't even realize it because they want even more than they already have. We see them as greedy. Even I feel ... were born, and only know, at this age, they are starting to realize it. The people that the kids at our school and in other wealthy towns see as living the american dream are sports stars and actors. They are living the dream because they have it all, or so it seems. Even actors and sports stars have their problems. Maybe drug or family, but we hardly ever catch a glimpse at this side. One of the people that I see living the great American dream would have to be Will ...
119: The Shoe Industry
... products because most people have faith in Nike. Reebok number two in the industry is facing many problems. First, there is friction between the management spots for Reebok. Second, Reebok is having difficulty finding sports stars to endorse there products. Finally, Reebok's stock has dropped and is still dropping. The reason for this is the people do not prefer the shoes in how they look and how comfortable they are ... Adidas who is in the hunt for its number three spot back. After losing its three spot Adidas launched there own offensive rising there stock from 2% to 5%. In there offensive Adidas signed such stars as John Starks and Jalen Rose to endorse there products. Even with this offensive Adidas will not be able to compete with Nike and Fila. There are two things that will have an effect on ... for you to buy stock in Fila are very persuading. First, Fila has jumped up in the market passing such big names as Adidas, and Converse not hesitating to look back. Second, Fila has rising stars to endorse there products such as Allen Iverson, Jamal Mashburn, Mike Powell, and Grant Hill. Finally, Fila's next offensive sounds to be successful and could raise Fila to number two in the market. ...
120: George Berkeley: His View of God
... infinite mind, the ideas in each mind have some certain distinctions. The finite mind can only contemplate a limited range of thoughts. To illustrate this, let the reader attempt to imagine an infinite number of stars. After some intellection, the reader will realize that it is an impossible task. This is because the human mind can only think in terms of bounded entities; thus, in the above mentioned case, the reader may have thought of a great many stars. However, the stars were finite in number and could therefore not represent the notion of infinity. In short, the finite mind can only conceive finite thoughts. Not only this, but, as previously disgussed, humans can perceive only ...


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