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Comparison of Two Poems: I Hear America Singing by Walt Whitman and I, Too by Langston Hughes

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"Comparison of I Hear America Singing by Walt Whitman and I, Too by Langston Hughes" paper compares these two poems to illustrate that though Whitman’s piece celebrates an aspect of American culture, he has not done so thoroughly enough as his piece seems to categorize individuals by occupations…
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POEMS
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Americans have put patriotism in their heart and have always thrived not to sit back and watch as others struggle, but to be involved in the economic…
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Analysis of Because I Could Not Stop For Death Poem by Emily Dickinson
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This paper analyzes the poem “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” by Emily Dickinson by explaining the different themes within the poem, which include mortality, love, and spirituality. This paper seeks to analyze the different figures of speech such as personification, alliteration, and rhymes. …
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Walt Whitmans lifetime is The Book Leaves of Grass
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This essay analyses the most famous work of Walt Whitman’s lifetime is the book Leaves of Grass.The poem “I Hear America Singing” celebrates the life of the common people of America: they have their own talent; they rejoice in their work and take pride in it…
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Review on A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and on A Supermarket in California by Allen Ginsberg
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This essay "Review on A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and on A Supermarket in California by Allen Ginsberg" investigates American Literature's and Tennessee Williams' most revered work. A supermarket in California is Ginsberg’s response to Whitman’s poem “I hear America Singing”…
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American Literature
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Name: Instructor: Subject: Date: American Literature 1. “To a Waterfowl” and “Thanatopsis” deal with death and the poet finds answers in nature. In “To a Waterfowl” Bryant tries to understand nature and derive answers from what he sees; the solitary bird provides a picturesque image…
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Anne Tyler's Digging to America

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Digging to America is a typical Anne Tyler's novel which focuses on the family life and its daily drama. However, this time the author adopts a new approach to different perspectives providing the reader with a great chance to enjoy the amplitude of the novel's complex characters.
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Cultural Pollution by Immigrants in Anne Tylers Digging to America

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This paper 'Cultural Pollution by Immigrants in Anne Tyler’s Digging to America" focuses on the fact that America is a land of immigrants and Immigration had been a cultural issue in America for ages. The question of American culture getting polluted by the immigrants is a point of discussion. …
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Digging Deeper into Tony Kushners Angels of America

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This paper "Digging Deeper into Tony Kushner's Angels of America" will delve into the issues discussed and elaborate on how Kushner addresses different themes in his play. A close examination of the play reveals three critical themes that the author sought to highlight…
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Winning Americas Airline Industry through Successful People
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The paper “Winning America’s Airline Industry through Successful People” looks at Southwest Airlines, which joined the airline's industry with an aggressive pricing strategy with the intention of gaining the biggest achievable capacity at the lowest feasible cost…
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Is America Winning or Losing the War in Afghanistan

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The question “Is America Winning or Losing the War in Afghanistan?” is studied in the paper. The US has spent enormous sums on the conduct of hostilities which often turn out to be a failure due to the specifics of the area in which the Mujahid can appear out of nowhere and the exhausting climate…
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Analysis of Camilo Jose Vergaras Award-Winning: The New American Ghetto
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"Analysis of Camilo Jose Vergara’s Award-Winning: The New American Ghetto" paper studies the life and works of the great photographer, whose pictures have brought to light a completely different status of American society, with special emphasis on his award-winning collection of ghettos…
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A Shining Thread of Hope - The History of Black Women in America

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In Diane Clark Hine and Kathleen Thompson’s groundbreaking work A Shining Thread of Hope, the authors provide a revealing and often stereotype-busting view of what life has been like historically for the African American woman. Starting with the arrival of the first Africans…
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A Bright Shining Lie - John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam by Neil Sheehan

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This paper "A Bright Shining Lie - John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam by Neil Sheehan" focuses on the War in Vietnam that has influenced political, social and cultural scenario of the modern USA to such an extent that impact of the same can be realized in different dimensions of American life. …
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Literature. Black American

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Langston Hughes' voice is undoubtedly the voice of the black American-and singing the song of the black man was as important to him as singing the song of America, or "sing[ing] America", as he put it. He did not shrink from using the term 'negro' in one of his early poems, "The Negro Speaks of Rivers", to reinforce the notion that the black man had an authentic voice of his own which should be marked and not mocked…
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African-American music
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Based on Burton Peretti’s Lift Every Voice, African-American music is indeed “one of the treasures of the United States” whether it be in the form of “spirituals, ragtime, the blues, jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel, soul and hip hop” …
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Signing the Declaration of Independence: A Colonial Justification

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Having been asked to sign the Declaration of Independence, this colonial citizen will readily support the publicized effort to break free of European influence for a variety of reasons. By signing the Declaration of Independence, we, as a nation, are creating wealth and prosperity domestically and giving ourselves the freedoms we feel we deserve. …
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Coal Mining in America and Environmental Issues

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This paper "Coal Mining in America and Environmental Issues" focuses on the fact that the energy consumption groups in the United States of America are essentially dived into four group viz. residential, commercial, transportation and industrial by the United States Department of Energy. …
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Looking back over the span of American history since 1607, what historical evidence supports Kinzer's assertion
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Prof. Date “There is no stronger or more persistent strain in the American character than the belief that the United States is a nation uniquely endowed with virtue. Americans consider themselves to be, in Herman Melville’s words, ‘a peculiar, chosen people, the Israel of our times.’ In a nation too new to define itself by real or imagined historical triumphs, and too diverse to be bound together by a shared religion or ethnicity, this belief became the essence of national identity, the conviction that bound Americans to each other and defined their approach to the world…
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Being American
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The author has a mixed ethnic identity and she illustrates her being American and from various ethnic identities in her poem. In the poem, she accepts herself as an immigrant, but emphasizes that America has…
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America in the XXs

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The late 19th century and the start of the 20th century marked a very important event in the American history. These years became a beginning of another chapter in history and saw the transformation of the entire nation. These facilitated the emergence of a Modern America as we know now…
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The Dilemma of Contemporary Chinese-American Subculture
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This essay "The Dilemma of Contemporary Chinese-American Subculture" concerns the Chinese-American subculture. Admittedly, several members of this subculture situated themselves purposefully to work as diplomats to both the mainstream culture and their families. …
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Is the U.S. Winning the Drug War in Latin America

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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Is the U.S Winning the Drug War in Latin America? PROS: Yes, the U.S is winning the drug war because of the listed reasons 1. There is government will in both the U.S and the Latin America. 2. The war on drugs has a popular support from the legal, policy analyst, social, and medical groups…
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Is the U.S. Winning the Drug War in Latin America

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Place your Name Here Is the U.S. winning the drug war in Latin America? PRO: Yes, the US is winning the drug war in Latin America 1. US and Mexico lead in the search for kingpins and destroying drug trafficking cartels in their nations and region as a whole 2…
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How native american were treated
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They were the first horticulturist and environmentalists as their spirit was embodied in the natural world whether the minerals, vegetables or the animals. In United States, the Native Americans are the local people…
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Is the U.S. Winning the Drug War in Latin America

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Place your Name here Is the U.S. winning the drug war in Latin America? (10 a.m. or 2 p.m. class) PRO: Yes, the U.S. is winning the war on drugs in Latin America because… 1. It is supporting the continuing effort to keep our peoples from becoming addicted to dangerous drugs 2…
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Treaty of Paris: 1898 (Spanish-America War)
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This essay discusses the Treaty of Paris: 1898 (Spanish-America War). Treaty of Paris was an armistice arranged after the Spanish defeat in Cuba and Puerto Rico. It analyses the short-term consequences of the acquisition of this particular territory…
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A Few Reasons for Shark Finning Ban
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The focus in this paper is on the shark finning.  High demand for it in Asia for soup and traditional cure causes extermination of 100 mln of sharks annually. The author suggests this fishery too cruel because it threatens extermination of the population and violation of the marine ecosystem…
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America's intervention in World Wars
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America's Intervention in World Wars Introduction If one sees American History, he would find out that American History is full of interventions in other countries’ issues. On one hand, America is the follower of democracy and promotes human rights more than any other country…
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Race/Ethnicity in What Its Like to Be a Black Girl, a poem written by Patricia Smith and Child of the Americas, a poem written by Aurora Levin Morales
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This current research is the best example of comparison and contrast of the two literary works. They are “What It’s Like to Be a Black Girl”, a poem written by Patricia Smith and “Child of the Americas”, a poem written by Aurora Levin Morales. …
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History of Jazz
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The Life of Louis Armstrong began in New Orleans, Louisiana, when the great musician was born in early August 1901 to a poor slave family (Bergreen 10). The hard ghetto life and abject poverty would lay the foundation for his career. At age five, Louis went against all odds to…
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The National, Regional and International Consequences of the US Invasion of Iraq on Egypt
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Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Introduction THE NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE US INVASION OF IRAQ ON EGYPT Iraq was invaded by troops from several countries in 2003 with the aim of eradicating the reign of Saddam Hussein. Some of these troops were from United States of America, United Kingdom, Australia, and Poland with the main troops being from the United States of America…
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American Imperialism and American Democracy

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The first and perhaps most important aspect is a negative relation between the government of the imperialist country and the people of the country on which…
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Nationlism editorial

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There is a wide-spread western point of view that nationalism is a dirty word in the United States, viewed with disdain and associated with Old World parochialism and imagined supremacy. "Yet those who discount the idea of American nationalism may readily admit that Americans, as a whole, are extremely patriotic…
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The American Experience from 1865 to 1945

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America has been very active in matters relating to war and other political issues. For decades, America has been in the forefront in trying to solve conflicts between warring nations and at times igniting conflicts with those nations appearing to be a threat to America and the whole world at large.
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The School of the Americas

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The Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation is a military school located at Fort Benning, Georgia. It has a long and controversial history that the name seems designed to hide. The school has changed names and missions over the years. Its most notorious name was The School of the Americas and its main mission was training soldiers from Latin American countries.
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Colonial America & American Art

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Colonial America & American Art The two sources used for this assignment – H. Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States, and W. Craven’s American Art, History and Culture, differ wildly in their presentation of the developments in the early history of the nation…
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African American History
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This essay concerns the history of African Americans. Thus, it is stated that during World War II millions of African Americans though persecuted through segregation and discrimination served faithfully in the US military in their struggle against Italy, Japan, and Germany. …
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Remembering the Maine: The Spanish American War
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The importance of the Spanish American War went beyond America’s simply gaining a victory over Imperial Spain, but also served to expand and unite the United States of America in the wake of a terrible civil war, and to develop the modern American sense of nationalism…
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National Expansion and Race in the Americas

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The frontier's bequest of America with the process of national expansionism evolved a continuous process of enforcing racism in the form of white civilization, which went on for centuries resulting in disturbing the relationship between native and non-native people, their relationship, and institutions…
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Case Study in Communications Research Project

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We have many instances in the human history where the poetry serves as the reflection of the socio-political setting of the society…
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Winning the West for Women by Jennifer M Ross-Nazzal
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Jennifer M. Ross-Nazzal book, winning the West for women: The life of suffragist Emma Smith DeVoe is an interesting book ever written from a feminine perspective showing how Emma DeVoe represents western suffrage among women…
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Toasting the Rebellion
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Toasting the Rebellion Raising toasts and singing songs have been a part of the American celebration since time immemorial. The American Revolution has seen celebrations in the form of toast and songs as early as 1766. The citizens of Philadelphia announced the celebration after the account of the stamp act was repealed…
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Modern America

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Until the nineteenth century, America had been an isolated, agricultural society with no involvement in foreign affairs whatsoever. The beginning of the twentieth century however was a revolutionary period in American history because it was the first step towards imperialisation and modernity lead by urbanization, industrialization and involvement in world economy and politics…
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Students Debt Crisis in America

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The paper “Students’ Debt Crisis in America” seeks to evaluate debt crisis in America, which has grown because of an increasing desire for students to enroll in American colleges and universities. Many students do not meet the rising college costs and end up borrowing loans…
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Five Roots of American Music
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This essay shows and details the relative and integrative learning of the multicultural music scenes of the United States. It will explain the examples of the music of Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Latino Americans, and Asian Americans…
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American History- American Revolution & Revolutionary War
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In contrast, the colonists wanted to know the main purpose of the revolt. Revolution made Americans to be able to make choices for themselves…
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Analysis of A Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam by Neil Sheehan and consequent attempt to critically evaluate waging of war by the United States against Vietnam

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In order to understand the entire issue as well as to develop the right kind of argument in the context of rethinking America’s declaration of war against Vietnam, at first, efforts will be made to understand the political history of Vietnam and its political relation with the United States. …
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World War I
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The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand the apparent heir to the throne of Austria by Gavrilo Princip of a Serbian terrorist group called Black Hand in Sarajevo sparked the Great War (Stone, 2009)…
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Chinese-American Immigrants
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It is difficult to face a tear in personality especially when it requires conciliation between two cultures and being American was the only hope and guarantee of a great life to Chinese immigrants to America. As all kinds of immigrants to a new society they were 'deformed' in the sense that the unacceptance they were received by deformed their personalities yet they had the power to struggle and face it and stand on their feet solidly.
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