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by Adendy
5 years ago
Life after College

After four maybe five years of enduring lectures, endless hours of studying and transitioning into a life of freewill and education, you've graduated. Congrats. Celebrate. Usually from the day of graduation up until the last day of your graduation month, one spends that time celebrating and enjoying their accomplishments....

Lifestyle
by Adendy
6 years ago
Theme for English B by: Langston Hughes Literary Analysis

         After reading and analyzing Langston Hughes Theme for English B, one of the issues I felt that Hughes was expressing was that he wanted his voice heard. Shouting, screaming or yelling is not the way Hughes wants to become heard, but it’s more of him being able...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
6 years ago
Short Stories: Alternate Endings

All great short stories begin with the same foundation, a plot, round characters, details, suspense, a protagonist and offer elements to make a full story. Although, it is the ending of a story that sets one story a part from another. The author can end their story in favor...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
6 years ago
The Yellow Wallpaper by: Charlotte Perkins Gilman

            A story can draw its reader or audience in through many elements or essential characteristics through its tone, setting, theme and through the voice of the narrator. The mood helps brings everything together in a story it creates the overall feeling of the...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
"Two Kinds" by: Amy Tan Literary Analysis

“Two Kinds,” is a story that is the perfect illustration of taking Lamott’s advise. This one story entails a killing, domination and lastly a healing. With the following factors, it is what makes this story so loveable and excellent all in one. In “Two Kinds,” Amy Tan tells...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
Hamlet: The family tree

Hamlet; written in 1600 and just the second tragedy Shakespeare wrote, to this day all can still relate to this play.  The family relationships in Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” have similarities of being negative and troubled and can relate to families in modern times. The family tree in Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” goes...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
Chaucer's Characters

           The characters in Chaucer’s stories are introduced and described to his reader in a unique and creative way. Chaucer is clever in the way he portrays them by not being to forward and saying word for word each characteristic they hold, but instead he...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
"Paul's Case" by: Willa Cather Literary Analysis

In the story “Paul’s Case,” there are few things that create an intimacy between Paul and his father. One thing that bonds these two is Paul’s job at Carnegie Hall, it is evident that the father is not poor, but he does want to come up in life. Right...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
"Everyday Use" by: Alice Walker Literary Analysis

In the story “Everyday Use,” intimacy was created between Mama and Dee through what I believe is the simple fact Mama always let Dee have her way and she never brought Dee on the level of her and Maggie. In the past Dee was the one who use to read...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
Beowulf: An Oral Tradition

              Adventurous, heroic, loyal and courageous are all terms that are used to describe the characteristics of both Hrothgar and Beowulf. The reader from the beginning joins the story in the first phase of many cycles of the poem Beowulf. Through the organization...

Entertainment
by Adendy
7 years ago
"A New England Nun" by: Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman Literary Criticism

            Human beings from the beginning of time have had to deal with the results of their decisions. Whether there good choices or bad, the consequences is waiting for them. In literature many works have become famous and drawn their readers in because of...

Beauty
by Adendy
7 years ago
Honey for Your Skin and Hair

Honey has been used for years as an essential ingredient in many remedies and can still benefit the body from inside out today. Hair Conditioner: To add shine to your hair, Mix 1 teaspoon of honey with 4 cups of warm water. Then rinse your hair with it.  Conditioner: On...

Beauty
by Adendy
7 years ago
Benefits of Olive-Oil

Hair Treatment: Warm up several tablespoons of olive-oil. Next rub and massage into your scalp then cover with a shower cap. Then leave on for 20-30 minutes before rinsing or shampooing. Optional-add an egg but do not warm up.   Shiny Hair and repairing split ends: Pour a small...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
Shakespeare's Sonnet 18

Reading Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 for the first time one may assume this sonnet is about comparing love to a summer’s day or someone’s lover. This sonnet is indeed a love poem, but it is about writing a love poem. The way Shakespeare uses rhetoric in this poem is through...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
Understanding Thomas More's: Utopia

            More’s Utopia describes a society that in the opinion of any human being, they would describe Utopia as ideal and unrealistic. The idea of a society that is managed just and fair, the property is owned and worked by the entire community, no...

Lifestyle
by Adendy
7 years ago
12 Ways to Dress to Look Slimmer

Avoid horizontal lines Horizontal lines will make you look wider than what you truly are so avoid them. Try vertical lines to make you look slimmer and taller. Use accessories An accessory can help in adding or taking away in your look. If you want to take attention...

InfoBarrel
by Adendy
7 years ago
Copyright and Fair Use

             When it comes to the difference between copyright and fair use, the two are parallel to one another. The definition or purpose of copyright is to owning the rights to an original work, like owning property. So whom ever created or wrote the...

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