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For as long as she could remember Rachel had been in a hospital with a mysterious illness. She befriends a new patient from the hospital and things take an unexpected turn. Rachel must now escape from the hospital. She has reasons to fear for her life. Her illness is a… Read More
A few thoughts on ironic repeated incidents from history, from thousands of years ago up to the present. Read More

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In the 1920’s the car radio is very different then it was in the 2000nds like it was all controlled by knobs, and you only could listen to what was in your area, and it had a lot fewer choices of stations to listen to. The car Radio Today is… Read More
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Christopher Marlowe wrote Edward The Second in 1590..comprises the background information on the Elizabethan Age and the Concept of Tragedy - "Our lady's first love is not wavering; My life for thine, she will have Gaveston." Read More

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Just saying! Read More

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This is a describtion of Africa as a continent being used as a pawn by superpowers Read More
Submission for Canadian History Essay competition. Read More

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Created for an assignment in my PLP class. Read More

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September 18, 2015

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talk on optical fibre Read More

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This a fact of which every Indian is unaware. Because History was not written in its true form. I dont want to prove that The Sikhs had shed their blood than any other religion or I dont want to show that they were great.But I want to make people realize… Read More

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Not many know the history of a building and the effects it took in becoming the beauty it is now. We are quick to admire, but never take time to acknowledge the history. This essay will talk about The Tenneco Building, better known as the Kinder Morgan Building and how… Read More

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April 20, 2015

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The Boston Tea Party's Newspaper Report.(BAsed on the book 'Johnny Tremain'.) Read More

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The most famous happenings during the Renaissance. Read More
The purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate analysis of the modernization processes of Afghanistan under the ruling of Amanullah Khan and that of France under the ruling of King Louis XIV; applying theories to compare and understand the accomplishments and failures resulting from the attempts of reformations to… Read More

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This is an essay I had to write for History. I received great praise for it and thought it was worthy of Booksie. The assignment was to write a conversation between two revolutionary war time period people. One for England and the other for America. I had to explain the… Read More

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This is my Remembrance Day Essay. From my google Drive for school Read More
"The Duchess of Malfi" is John Webstar's finer plays. here, Webstar not only shows a much firmer stagecraft than his earlier efforts,but has also revealed powers of gaiety and playfulness and an understanding of the heart,that hardly to be looked far from one who voluntarily elected the tragedy of blood… Read More

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This is an essay written based on the three-word title which involves a man and a woman at a railway station whose life changed after a brief encounter. Read More

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We all know about the World War 1, but some of us don't have an accurate idea about why it happen, so in this essay I am going to explain about its causes, and give examples. Hope you like :) Read More
Working on the project 'A Little Learning Is A Dangerous Thing' with help of a link,I noticed an article submitted regard of the project-topic by Ashley Burgamy,where written-""Our successes, as they may have been, were trivial in light of everything to come, for there is no end. Behind every hill… Read More

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This briefly explains the life of a Christian named Peter. Read More
A short essay that talks about the works of Robespierre for the Public Safety. Read More

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Essay for my English class. Prompt: How the lack of education allowed the animals to be oppressed by those in power on the farm. Read More
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The Scarlet Letter book essay Read More

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The voice of the prosecution in Plato's Apology. Read More

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This exercise was to write a mock journal entry for February 21, 1965, as if i were a witness at the speech where Malcolm X was murdered. Read More

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This was add as a header by Ronald Greer who is a student studying history at Jeff State, and who has been accused of plagerrizing his essays. Therefore this edit has been added to prove that this essay is property of Ronald Greer. Read More
The story that Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob started Alcoholic Anonymous in 1935 is completely false. Bill and Dr. Bob started recruiting for the Oxford Group in 1935; they built up their “Anonymous Alcoholics” for the first two years in New York and then for four years in Akron. The… Read More
Throughout the “Middle Ages” the Catholic Church was the main form of Christianity in Europe. Because of this the Church amassed a great wealth of economic power and political control within European Nations. On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther attached his 95 Theses to the local Church in Wittenburg calling… Read More
After the Roman Emperor Constantine’s conversion to Christianity, he and his mother “Helena” began to oversee the recovery of several important Christian sites; which included the newly discovered tomb of Christ. These discoveries led to a creation of a “Holy land”, within the city of Jerusalem, which add a new… Read More

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The Bubonic plague or “Black Death” originate in China and spread throughout Europe killing hundreds of thousands of people in its wake. It was one of the most devastating diseases in human history. The plague killed more than half of Europe’s population before it disappeared in the 14th century. The… Read More