Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank. Frank, Anne. New York: Doubleday, 1967. 268pages. The Diary of Anne Frank, by Anne Frank. The Diary of Anne Frank is a sad story about a young Jewish girl, that just wishes to be free. Anne was just a normal teenage girl, having boyfriends, dreaming of have a family of hers one day, and trying to reach her goal of becoming a teacher. One day it all c...
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Great Gatsby Literary Analysis

Have you ever felt deceived where a person is nice to you and pretends to be your friend or lover just to use you at the end? People are being used in many ways these days, it may be to make other people feel bad or for the person to benefit out of you or just to get pleasure out of seeing you getting hurt. In the Great Gatsby written by J.D. Salinger theres an example of thi...
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The Truth About our Brains

It is commonly stated that what we do not know won’t hurt us, but is this really true? The consequences of not knowing how our brain works can be very detrimental and interfere with our ability to max out our brain’s full potential. Although the human brain is very complex numerous amounts of research have allowed scientists to unleash what they like to call “brain rules”. Wh...
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Dehumanization Amongst a Utopian Society

A society that intends to abolish negativity will end up only damaging itself more; the positive aspects of life will not be as enjoyable if one does not experience both: the bad and the good. Communities that intend to reach the “ideal” or “perfect” lifestyle of a society will fall short to this intention time after time. A Utopian society, one without abstraction or flaws, ...
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A True Urban Ledgend #1

You think that urban legends are just made up stories? Think again. In the late 1970’s, a young woman had accused someone of rape. When asked what the accused said to her before the attack, she was overwhelmed with embarrassment. The court allowed her to write it down. She did and the note was passed from juror to juror. There was an older man in the jury who had fal...
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An Essay on Magic

~Magic~ Magic is something that everyone has heard of, yet not everyone believes it exists. Magic is everywhere; It may disguise itself in all sorts of different ways, like in the presence of a book series that becomes a phenomenon, or a movie that takes you to a different world while you’re still sitting in your seat; But it exists just the same. One of the most pop...
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Forrest Gump, Fit for a Film or Best as a Book?

In the ever so popular, inspiring, hilarious, and depressing movie, “Forrest Gump” (Filmed in 1994 Directed by Robert Zemeckis), it follows the life of a man by the name of Forrest Gump played by the brilliant Tom Hanks. Throughout his life he does pretty much anything that you can name; like living through and recovering from a broken spine, teaching the one and only Elvis ...
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Is Therapy Effective?

Therapy is the treatment intended to relieve or heal mental or psychological disorders. Of course, therapy won’t delay or stop the patients’ deaths but it still effectively intervene mood swings, depression, and other mentally affected patients. “Affectively” doesn’t mean that it works all the time and can be cured quickly, but might take a while and most of the time can be ...
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Welcome to Generation Z

Welcome. This is Generation Z. We are solely run on 16 GB. Unlike our elders and people before them we do not use our minds as alarm clocks to wake up or the friendly chatter to exchange one situation with another. You would be lucky enough to walk into a restaurant or store in general and find a clock hanging on the wall. When you ask someone the time do they reach to pull u...
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The Benefits of Art in Education

The Benefits of Art in Education I’m assuming all parents and kids want to have a good education, because education is the key to the future. Art can help enhance someone’s education. There have been numerous studies and they have shown that art actually helps students improve their test scores. However, most schools don’t have an art program. The creative arts are victim ...
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