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Aaron Burr
Aaron Burr was a central figure in American public life for nearly three decades, but is remembered mainly for two episodes in his life: his duel with Alexander Hamilton in 1804 and his schemes of empire-building that formed the basis for his treason trial in 1807. Aaron Burr was Vice President from 1801-1809,and while in office Aaron Burr was neve

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An An Apache Legend on the Earth’s Creation
In the beginning nothing existed: no earth, no sky, no sun, no moon. Only darkness was everywhere.



Suddenly from the darkness emerged a thin disc, one side yellow and the other side white, appearing suspended in midair. Within the disc sat a small bearded man, Creator, the One Who Lives Above.



As if w

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Aphrodite’s Portrayal
How was Aphrodite portrayed and revered in Ancient Greece?

Gods have existed almost since the beginning of mankind, as people had things that they worshiped such as the sun, the moon, and many other things. For example, Aphrodite. She was portrayed and revered in many different ways. As the Greek goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite

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Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania on July 12, 1937 as William Henry Cosby, Jr. In the 1950’s, Bill Cosby dropped out of high school to join the Navy. He did attend college on a football scholarship at Temple University years later. He also completed his doctorate in education at the University of Massachusetts during the 1970‘s.
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Gollum vs. Smeagol
The Two Towers is the second book in J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. In this book, Gollum, a character in which people know little about, plays a very important role. From the previous books The Hobbit (which is the prequel to The Lord of the Rings) and The Fellowship of the Ring, he is portrayed as an evil being that will d

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Greek and Roman Myths
In this essay I am going to explain how Greek and Roman gods represent forces we attribute to nature, human thought, human skill, and luck. I will explain this by using stories such as ‘Demeter and Persephone’, ‘Ages of Man’, and most of the Greek and Roman myths that we have covered so far. I think that most of the gods that we have talked about

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Greek Myths
The Ancient
Greeks believed in a series of myths which explained nature, set up a moral
code for the people, and were just folk lore of the people. In this paper,
the beginnings of myths, the Greek gods themselves, and several myths concerning
morals, nature, and old lore of the Ancients will be discussed. Because the<

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Who suffered most, Anigone or King Creon?
Even though Antigone and King Creon both had to suffer throughout the play for their individual, various reasons, I think that Antigone suffered the most.
Antigone has had a twisted fate even before birth. Her family was very abnormal. Besides being married to her cousin, her father was also her brother. Before she was born, her dad married

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