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St Clare
Introduction
The story of St Clare of Assisi
St Clare was a passionate , faithful women who followed and Trusted God no matter what .
St. Clare was born in Assisi . She lived in Assisi, Italy. Clare lived during the 13th century which
was during the Middle Ages. Born in 1193, Clare belonged to a wealthy family. She renounced her
noble status and wealth to live in humility and poverty, adopting the lifestyle that Francis of Assisi
recommended. Although her parents were planning a marriage for her with some important figure,
Clare, with a daring act inspired by her deep desire to follow Christ and her admiration for Francis,
at the age of 18 left her family home made her way in secret to the Friars Minor at the little Church
of the Portiuncula.
Clare lived during the high Middle ages where people followed the feudal system also known as
feudalism. During this time the society, was quite poor and lived in poverty. St Clare however lived
in a palace in a wealthy family. At the time everyone had a place and ... Show more content on
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There are people out there that are struggling and need a home. St Clare at a young age did a lot to
help the poor and even hid food during dinner to give it to the poor people out on the streets.
St Clare applied many cardinal virtues to show good and avoid evil. St Clare showed prudence as
she made the right decision for her own future and did not listen to her father as she wanted to
follow God's path and help others. St Clare also has fortitude as she helped to do the right thing even
though its tough and most definitely also showed Justice as she cared for everyone equally.
St Clare made an impact on today society on the Catholic Church as she inspired many other women
and people were inspired on how she cared so much for those who lived in poverty even though she
had an amazing house and an amazing life
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Tess Essay
Tess Durbeyfield is a victim of both external and internal forces. Passive and yielding, unsuspicious
and fundamentally pure, she suffers a weakness of will and reason, struggling against a fate that is
too strong for her to overcome. Tess falls victim to circumstance, society, and male idealism. Tess
may be unable to overcome these apparent difficulties is destroyed by her ravaging self–destructive
sense of guilt, life denial and the cruelty of two men.
It is primarily the death of the horse, Prince, the Durbeyfield's main source of livelihood that
commences the web of circumstance that envelops Tess. The imagery at this point in the novel
shows how distraught and guilt ridden Tess is as she places her hand upon Prince's wound in a ...
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After this sexual violation and corruption of innocence, Tess flees home. Although she has escaped
the trap of the sexually rapacious Alec for the time being, her circumstance is similar to that of a
wounded animal, her blood of innocence has been released. At this time Hardy gives reference to
Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece, "where the serpent hisses the sweet birds song". Tess is
undoubtedly a victim of male idealism and society. Her lack of understanding over such matters
only increases the guilt that already embodies her. To add further to her shame she chances upon a
holy man who paints exerts from the bible around the countryside. In red accusatory letters she
reads "THY, DAMNATION, SLUMBERETH, NOT" and is horrified to think how relevant it is to
her recent misfortunes. Tess at this stage is a victim to her own self–conscience; she becomes a
recluse trapped within her home, while in reality she has broken no law of nature.
Returning to work in the field, Tess witnesses the rabbits forced further into shelter as the cornrows
in which they dwell are reaped. This is symbolic of Tess's own situation as she is being separated
little by little from family and friends and more importantly from her own childhood innocence. The
baby she has baptized as Sorrow dies, his name being an indication of the anguish that has taken
place within Tess due to the circumstances of his conception. It also epitomizes what is going to take
place in the rest of her sorrowful life.
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St. Clare
Tom's first owner Shelby was portrayed as a benevolent slave owner and traditional southern
gentleman. Because the way of treating people kind, Tom didn't feel like being a slave but being a
friend with his owner. However, Mr. Shelby got bankrupt so he has to sell Tom to the negro trader to
pay back the debts. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby were belonged to the Christianity, and this is the reason
why they treated people gentle. But they promise Tom they will redeem him soon or later.
When Uncle Tom was transported by ship to New Orleans, he became acquainted with a young
white girl called Eva. When Eva fell into the river, Tom saved her life. To thank for Tom saving her
life, Eva's father, Augustine St. Clare, bought Tom from the hands of the slave dealer. Two years
after Tom lived with St. Clare, Eva got a seriously ill. Before she died, she dreamed of heaven and
as Eva's death and her dreams, St. Clare promised to set Tom free. However, before St. Clare
fulfilled his promise, he was stabbed by a knife because he was involved in a battle. Tom's second
master, the little girl Eva's father; is the most compassionate slave in the novel. St. Clare had
realized the evil of the slavery, but had not yet been able to give up for ... Show more content on
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Mr. Shelby was a pure Christian, St Clair want to set Tom free in the last of his years, and Legree
didn't caught Cassy and Emmeline at last because he was afraid of the evil spirits in his dream.
What's more, they also have the difference between each other. Mr. Shelby was a kindness owner,
but forced by life pressure, the only thing he could do to save most of the other slaves was to sell
Tom. St. Clare has the sense of justice, but at last he died in a fight and couldn't keep the promise
with Tom. This might become regret for him even after his death since he can't see the liberation of
slavery. Legree was very brutal to slaves, he always uses whip to flog the
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Little Evangeline St. Clare
"Little Eva" is the nickname of Evangeline St. Clare, who is the daughter of Augustine St. Clare.
Interestingly, there is one famous children's literature called "Little Eva: The Flower of the South",
written by Philip J. Cozans. The young girl has the similar experience as Evangeline St. Clare. Both
of them are polite and intelligent daughters of plantation owners.
Eva appears in the plot when Uncle Tom is carried to New Orleans, where St. Clare's planation
located. Tom rescues the life of a five–year old girl, who was almost drowned in the river.
Afterward, St. Clare takes the suggestion from his daughter to purchase the slave, and Tom becomes
a coachman at their place. In the ancient but lavish house, despite missing his wife and children,
yearning for freedom, Tom with his good nature has been company with the pure and innocent Eva.
He tries to realize all of her fantasy, and Eva's simple personality always helps Tom forget the
sorrow. Tom spends a good time with the angelic child, which leads he find hope and feel the
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Little Eva was born in a noble family, and she was pampered by her family. Topsy is a young slave
girl, who has no parents. A slave trader raised her before coming to the Eva family. However, her
world is filled with negative actions: insulted and beaten, lying and stealing. When she was scolded,
the warmth of Eva like the sunshine lighted up her dark and closed heart. Eva's confidence and love
give Topsy the power to make a remarkable progress. Then, Topsy has an opposite attitude that is of
great spirits at the prospects. When Eva was sick, Topsy sent flowers that were carefully collocated
to cheer this little angle up. Even Miss Ophelia, who displays abominate towards African–American
slave, significantly changed her opinion about slaves. Finally, she starts to take care of this helpless
child with pure love; eventually, Topsy herself wins family and neighbors'
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Morals In City Of Lost Souls By Cassandra Clare
The book, City of Lost Souls written by Cassandra Clare, is about a girl named Clary, who is half
angel half human. Clary needs to save her lover Jace who has been brainwashed by her evil brother
Sebastian. Clary must stop Sebastian from summoning an army of demons and starting a war
between good and evil. When I read this novel, I felt envious. I felt this because the ShadowHunters
had so many supernatural abilities compared to humans. For example when we learn that
ShadowHunters are half human half Angel which means that they have the ability to draw runes etc.
Runes are drawings that give them certain powers, for example becoming stronger, becoming
invisible and healing etc. This would be awesome if I had the ability to become invisible or have
supernatural strength so that day to day routines would become easier. If i had these powers I would
use them to help people in distress, like a modern superman. ... Show more content on
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The author seemed to be suggesting that power hungry individuals will do anything to gain their
goals without caring about collateral damage. We see this in the text when Sebastian forces the Iron
sisters to make the Infernal cup. The infernal cup is the opposite to the mortal cup and is made with
blood from a powerful demon named Lilith. The infernal cup turns Shadowhunters into Dark
Shadowhunter and replaces their Angel blood with demon blood, making them evil. This proves that
people hungry for power will do anything and use anybody to get more power. People that hunger
for power want power because they feel like they have to be in control. An example of somebody
who is power hungry is Kim Jong Un. I believe that this kind of behaviour is not acceptable in
today's society and should not be tolerated, because people need to be working together and helping
eachother out to function in
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St. Clare Essay
Saint Clare was born in Assisi, Italy on July 16, 1194. Her father Favorino Scifi and her mother
Ortolana gave her the given name as Chiara Offreduccio. As St. Clare was growing up she was very
wealthy and learned to spin yarn, write and read. St. Clare gave to the poor she gave all the leftovers
from meals to people who did not have any food and she gave clothes to people Clare started to do
this at a young age. She wasn't really focused on all the fancy things she had because Clare wanted
to include herself in poverty. She wanted to turn her life to God but she needed help with that.
Francis of Assisi came to her mind she asked her parents if she could leave to go and join him but
her parents did not want her to go to Francis of Assisi for help but she left anyways. She went the
Porziuncola Chapel to meet Francis she listen to all the homilies and preaching. ... Show more
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Years later they became known as the Order of Saint Clare. Some symbols of St. Clare's are a tall
cross, Monstrance, ciborium and the chalice and host. One of Clare's idols was Francis of Assisi
because when he held the monstrance she wanted to be like him so she also held the monstrance too.
She is the patron saint of television, eye disease, laundry, good weather and goldsmiths. Television
and sore eyes because she once was sick to go to church but she did not want to miss Mass that day
so she watched it on television. St. Clare died in Assisi, Italy on August 11, 1253 which is also her
feast day. St. Clare died of natural causes and she was buried beneath a high altar in the Basilica of
Saint Clare. Clare was canonized on September 26, 1255 by Pope Alexander IV as St. Clare of
Assisi. She was loved and many people was inspired by her. She became a saint because of her
unique personality and she also care so much for the poor. Because of St. Clare of Assisi there are
over 20,000 more nuns in the
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William Wordsworth 's Poem Of The Bird And Its Song With...
William Wordsworth, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and John Clare were influential romantic poets who
sought to learn about themselves and their art by immersing themselves as nature and utilizing
different animals as their muses. These three poets each observed skylarks in their natural habitat
and sought to decipher the meaning behind their songs. From these experiences, each wrote a poem
which described their perspectives. Wordsworth, Shelly, and Clare's Skylark poems are arguably
written in dialogue with each other. While Wordsworth and Shelly look upon the bird and its song
with adoration, both seeking to learn from the animal, Clare possesses a much darker conception of
the skylark's song, and instead attempts to reprimand and teach the bird. Their observations and the
opinions of the lark are dictated by the season in which they find themselves listening to the bird's
song. Wordsworth and Shelly are envious of the Skylark's freedom to travel wherever it may please,
which partially dictates their infatuation with the creature. Wordsworth declares to the Skylark:
Though hast a nest, for thy love and thy rest: And, though little troubled with sloth, Drunken Lark!
thou would'st be loth To be such a Traveller as I. Happy, happy Liver! (ll. 18–22)
When examining the bird in its natural habitat, Wordsworth acknowledges that it has a home for a
family and for relaxation, and yet can still fly whenever and wherever it may please. While he lives
the life of a traveler as
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City Of Bones Book Summary
This week i read the book, City of Bones, by Cassandra Clare. It is a fantasy novel that is 485 pages
long. I chose to read this book because it looked interesting and this author writes some really good
books.
This book takes place in mainly New York City and in 2008 but it doesn't give a specific place. This
setting makes it seem more realistic than what it would with a different time and place. The story is
about fighting demons and it makes a lot of sense with this type of setting.
The main character is Clary Fray. She is an 15 almost 16 year old girl who hangs out with only one
person, Simon Lewis her best friend. She lives alone with her mother and is a little over 5 foot with
red hair. She is at her favorite place called Pandemonium when she meets Jace and her whole world
turns upside down.
The antagonist is Valentine or Clary's father. He is an old rogue shadow hunter who ... Show more
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There is also another conflict between clary and her self because she is struggling to piece her life
together because her mother got her memory erased every year because she started to see what her
mother didn't want her to see.
The theme in this story is the importance of family. The conflict of the story revolves around the
kidnapping of Clary's mother, Jocelyn and it shows that she will do anything to get her mother back.
Jace also shows it when Alec gets hurt and Alec does the same when him and Izzy get hurt. It all
explains the theme the importance of family.
The author uses imagery in this story. One example is from page 312 where the author wrote , "The
flower swelled to twice its size and burst open. It was like watching a speeded–up film of a flower
blooming: the delicate green sepals opened outward, releasing the clustered petals inside. They were
dusted with pale gold pollen as light as talcum." They were in the greenhouse and were describing a
flower that Jace showed Clary for her
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St Clare Research Paper
Clare a plain robe and veil. Under the advisement of Francis of Assisi, Saint Clare decided to join
the convent of the Benedictine Nuns of San Paulo. Saint Clare showed an extreme amount of
courage and strength, by giving her entire life for Jesus Christ. Over time, other women joined the
convent to become brides of Christ, and gave up their wealth and money. They were called the
"Poor Ladies of San Damiano" and were known for their devotion to the Lord and how powerful
their prayers were; which is why Assisi was saved from invaders twice. Over time they ended up
naming the order "The Poor Ladies". Another beautiful female saint to admire, is Saint Catherine of
Siena. At an early age, Saint Catherine devoted her life to God. During
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St. Clare Hospital Case
Background
Within the past several years, the revenues at St. Clare Hospital have steadily dropped and CEO
James Edwards and COO Wendy Jones have planned to cut cost for the hospital. In doing so, the
decision to outsource the imaging readings and terminate the employment of the hospitals
radiologist. Within two weeks, the hospital is now facing legal liabilities from inaccurate imaging
readings. In this paper, I will describe conflict types that I have identified within this case and
explain conflict management styles evidenced throughout the case. I will then propose a conflict
resolution strategy that should be used as well as recommend strategies used as well as recommend
strategies to reduce cost and legal liabilities for St. Clare hospital. ... Show more content on
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In recent years, hospitals throughout the United States and Canada have attempted to cut cost by
outsourcing these services to independent companies, leading to employees being overworked,
underpaid and under trained of which the result is a dangerous situation for both hospital patients
and hospital workers (Dressner, 2015). Although Ms. Jones decision to outsource the interpretation
of imaging readings would possibly save the hospital $160,000 per year, the ideal image–exchange
platform should include a complete, longitudinal record that goes beyond radiology, connects all
clinical department imaging data to a central repository, support zero footprint viewers, and provide
access to referring physicians as well as to patients (Bolan, 2013). With this approach, the hospital
team becomes broken when hospitals seek to cut cost and maximize profits (Bolan, 2013). An
additional issue of outsourcing support staff is that their managers work remotely and they are
unable to communicate in person with the hospital workers. Therefore, any problems that would
arise must go through the third–party staffing company, instead of being addressed directly by
hospital staff (Dressner, 2015). The case study mentions that after two weeks of using an outsourced
company, it is noticed that there is an 18% inaccuracy rate in the outsourced reading reports.
Although the study doesn't
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Poetry Close Reading: John Clare's 'I Am'
Coursework Header Sheet200170–8 ||
Course|COML1054: CTC: Poetry and Drama|Course School/Level|HU/UG|
Coursework|Poetry Close Reading|Assessment Weight|20.00%|
Tutor|HG Derbyshire, ED Jones, A King|Submission Deadline|06/11/2012|
Analyse a Romantic poem showing understanding of context and form. 1,500 words.|
Coursework is receipted on the understanding that it is the student 's own work and that it has not, in
whole or part, been presented elsewhere for assessment. Where material has been used from other
sources it has been properly acknowledged in accordance with the University 's Regulations
regarding Cheating and Plagiarism.|
000659175 Cherry Hurley
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For me, it also creates a calming effect with the over–all atmosphere of the poem; although the
narrator is tormented and suffering, they still appear calm, as though reaching this decision of not
wanting to live any more is almost freeing them; like making the final move towards 'Heaven' will
be good for them. It is in line 12 that I found another interesting use of written pause, with–
"Are strange – nay, rather, stranger than the rest."
–This creates a very conversational tone, and gives us the impression that they are confiding with us,
or maybe talking to themselves and that we are listening in on something personal, the way they
correct themselves half way through a sentence/ line. It also draws us back to the feeling of total
honesty, as they are not perfecting their speech, just saying how they feel at that moment. I found I
Am to be fairly modern in comparison to other Romantic works of that era, and I believe the reason
behind this is that Clare doesn't limit himself and his work here by keeping strictly to certain
methods of rhyme or line endings; for example the first stanza is 6 lines worth of alternating
couplets, one couplet of which doesn't even completely rhyme in terms of sound; 'lost' (end of line
2) and 'host' (end of line 4). This is more consonance than rhyme. The other two stanzas then go on
in a 'Venus and Adonis' style with line endings
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Reading And Writing : My Experience Of Reading, And Social...
I have been a bookworm ever since I can remember, and even before I knew how to read, my
parents read stories to me around the clock; I was reading picture books before pre–k. I have always
loved reading because my parents loved it, and I wanted them to always be proud of me. It did form
into a habit of my own, though, and through this habit, I found myself. Being a bookworm has been
one of my many labels since day one, and I would not have it any other way because reading and
writing has constructed me into the person I am today by teaching me life lessons, expanding my
mind to new concepts, and affecting my social life in surprising ways. Likewise, even through the
simpler books I read as a child, I was able to learn many important life lessons. In grade school, I
was reading 4–5 books a week. Junie B. Jones, The Magic Treehouse, Inkheart, and Song of the
Sparrow all still hold a special place in my heart. Junie B. made me feel that I could do anything I
set my mind to because of her rebellious nature and taught me to try to make the best of every bad
situation. The Magic Treehouse taught me that I could go anywhere or be anything if I believed I
could, and, through this lesson, I learned to believe I could. Inkheart set in me an appreciation for
human imagination and for all the evil that is in this world because every good story has to have an
antagonist. Lastly, Song of the Sparrow taught me that people are mean, and love is not kind. It
taught me that war and love are as complex as the other, and both have the same outcome...
Someone gets hurt. Out of them all, Song of the Sparrow, which I did not fully understand as a
child, taught me my most valuable lesson, and I will never forget it. In addition, just like most of the
children born in the Bible Belt, I was raised on a variety of Bible stories because my parents wanted
nothing more than to raise a moral, daughter of God, but the Bible wasn't the only book that has
helped me shape my morals as a person. The Mortal Instruments, a wonderful teen–fiction series by
Cassandra Clare, was one of those books that made me question everything I believed. There was
teen sex, gay relationships, murder, and a lot of talk about there not being a god featured in
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City Of Bones Character Analysis
Life is like dominoes, everything happens to set something else in motion. City of bones was written
by Cassandra Clare and it's about Clary Fray, a girl who's life was changed forever. One night in
New York City an ordinary teenager, or so she thought, discovered that she is the descendant of a
Shadowhunter, a secret group of half angel half human warriors, part of an ancient battle to protect
the human world from the creatures of nightmares. The stages and struggles that every hero must go
through creates immense character development.
Learning about the life that was hidden from her helped Clary discover many of her characteristics
that will be identified throughout her journey but will also bring conflict into her life. Clary will then
discover the intensity of the world that was hidden from her. In the book Clary's mother goes
missing. With this information she learns that she is a descendant of Shadowhunters. She must
accept her destiny and join forces with Jace, Alec, and Isabelle (other Shadowhunters that are
acquainted with her family). Clary's mothers dissapearance was the cause of her learning she was a
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His goals and ambitions changed drastically and his number one priority was compromised in order
to fit her into his plans. Jace was raised knowing he was a Shadowhunter so his goal in life was to
protect the world from demons, as is that of all Shadowhunters, he was too protect any human in
danger. Clary's entry into the Shadow world changed his goal from protect any human in danger to
protect Clary if she's in danger. He discovered a protective character trait that until this journey he
wasn't aware of its exsistence. This trait was non exsistent before because there was no one in his
life that couldnn't protect themselves. Clary brought out this trait because she was forced into this
world when she was vulnerable and unknowledgeble of the world around
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My Greatest Accomplishment : My Family
My Greatest Accomplishment My Family Traditions come and go, but some may never change.
Most families attempt to keep their traditions alive in their family, whether is it be to do something
small like names or something major such as huge celebrations for certain holidays. A tradition that
numerous of families seems to keep around, no matter their religion or country, is family dinners on
a set day. This allows the families to spend this day with each other, learning how everyone's week
is going, if there is anything that needs done, or if there is any positive or negative news. A local
family has a traditional family night dinner on Sundays. They keep in touch throughout the week,
but on Sundays they are able to see each other face to face. Slowly, the three girls, Emily, Samantha,
and Allison, are taking over cooking the meals. Their parents, grandparents, and uncles are all
pitching in to help the girls learn how to properly cook various foods such as hulushki, halupki,
homemade pasta, and desserts like cannolis. They are keeping with the tradition of making food to
represent their heritage of being Polish and Italian. Other ways the Zaremba's represent their Italian
heritage is by having the Feast of Seven Fish before Christmas. This tradition is to have seven dishes
of fish for Christmas Eve dinner; the fish can vary from type of fish or if it is cooked in a certain
way. Also "fish" entitles all seafood not just fish. This symbolizes a healthy Christmas. You are
required to fast, not eat, the week before ridding yourself of harmful ingredients like too much
sugar.
Birth Announcement Denise and Chris Zaremba welcomed their third daughter into the world at
4:51 pm September 29, 2001. She weighed 7lbs and 9 oz. Her sisters aren't the happiest about
having to deal with a younger sibling, but the rest of the family is astounded to have another baby in
the family.
Favorite
Cassandra Clare has come out with a new book titled Lord of Shadows. This is her second book in
The Dark Artifacts series, one of her numerous series. Other series that many people have found to
be favorites are The Mortal Instruments series and The Infernal Devices series. Clare has received
numerous awards for her amazing
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St. Francis Of Assisi Essay
St. Francis of Assisi was born in Umbria in the year 1182. He was a child every father hoped for, he
was filled with life, a determined and courageous individual. He was gifted with rather good looks,
qualities that attracted friends and a gift of leadership. His father was an extremely wealthy
merchant in Assisi. But this son, his favourite, was the one who broke Peter Bernardone's heart. The
boy turned on his father, and in a vicious event that eventually resulted into a public scene. St.
Francis of Assisi stepped away from his father, his business and left his father in a state of immense
emotional suffering.
Francis joined the military at the age of 20. Prior to this date (1202), the favoured son showed his
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Now came the question that changed the course of Francis' life, and in many ways, the course of
human history. "Why then are you seeking the servant instead of the master, the vassal
instead of the prince?" the voice spoke again. Francis recognizing the voice as that of
Christ, suddenly grew weary of retreat. "Lord, what will You have me do?"
asked Francis. "Return home, Your vision will have its spiritual fulfillment through
Me." replied the voice. Francis then returned to Assisi. Although the residents of Assisi
rejoiced at his return, Francis was known as their leader during the time, they soon sensed that
Francis had changed. Something was troubling him. The townspeople concluded that Francis had
fallen in love. Francis' companions would ask him who it was. Francis had to answer, but he couldn't
tell them that it was someone who he hardly knew or someone that he was slightly afraid. So he said
to his friends, "I do dram of taking a wife, and she whom I shall marry is noble, so rich,
so fair and so wise, that not one of your has seen her like".
Francis tended to leave his house and journey to the many caves located in Assisi. A friend who saw
that Francis was involved in something even more deep than arrangements
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How St Clare Of Assisi Changed Society And The Catholic...
Good morning Mr Campbell and class today I will be talking about how St Clare of a Assisi is a
radical reformer and how she changed society and the Catholic Church
Biography
Chiara Offreduccio born on July 16, 1194 Assisi, Italy. St Clare of Assisi being her name now due to
her being canonized in 1255, was born into a wealthy family that own a house on the top of the hill
in Assisi. Clare being the eldest sister she followed by example by the teaching of Jesus. We believe
that when Clare was little she would have be able to hear and see the mass from her room as she not
able to go to mass therefore she is called the patron saint of television. On palm Sunday 1212 St
Clare of Assisi ran to Rome with St Francis Xavier to preach the word of the Lord and the Order of
Poor Ladies, a group of poor women that dedicated their life to God and wanted to be recognised to
the Catholic Church. St Clare of Assisi died August 11 1253, feast day on August 11 each year.
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St Clare of Assisi is called a radical reformer,therefore her actions and the challenges that she has
faced in her life has had a impact to society and the Catholic Church. Back then society was very
sexist. For example women were not allowed to enter events or do anything without permission
from the husband, St Clare of Assisi believed that all people should be allowed in the Catholic
Church therefore she went off to Rome and created the Order of Poor Ladies. Many people believed
that women were supposed to stay and home and do household jobs and this made a drastic turn for
society and the Catholic Church. One of the hardest hurdles that she had to overcome was changing
the public perception on the role of women in society. Fortunately she had St Francis Xavier on her
side and soon enough people agreed and this lead to one of the biggest changes in the Catholic
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Harp In The Uk
The Harp is the national instrument and national emblem of Ireland and the tradition was passed
from one generation to another. It was defined by Irish aristocracy, before going out of fashion in the
16th century and almost becoming obsolete in the 19th century. Plehov, Mel. The Pocket
Encyclopaedia of Ireland (Dublin 12: M.H. Gill & Co, 2012), Page 120.
The evolution of the harp is significant because the first instrument associated with harping in the
Gaelic world was known as a "Cruit" derived from the related Welsh instrument the "crwth". It has
been suggested that the word "clàirseach" was created for the triangular frame harp which replaced
the Cruit. The ancient Celtic harp (Cruit) had metal, (usually brass) strings which harpists plucked ...
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He was born in 1695 in Derry and was also blind. He travelled all over Ireland and Scotland and is
most famous for the fact he was the oldest Harper to attend The Belfast Harp Festival and was the
only Harper to play in the traditional Gaelic manner with long fingernails on brass strings. He
contributed "An Coolin" and many more harp tunes to Buntings collection. Young, Robert. The Irish
Harpers in Belfast in 1792, 02/03/18
http://www.libraryireland.com/articles/IrishHarpersBelfast1792/1.php
Laoise Kelly one of Ireland's foremost traditional Harpers in the current tradition. She was born in
Westport Co.Mayo, in 1973. Laoise studied music in NUI Maynooth and University College Cork
and is renowned for her solo career, membership in "Bumblebees" and her unique style. "Triplets
made in heaven", Derek Bell once remarked of her playing. Wallis, Geoff & Wilson, Sue. The
Rough Guide to Irish Music (London: Rough Guides Ltd, 2001), 7&8, 23–31, 362–373.
Micheàl Ò Ruanaigh is another famous contemporary Harper. He was born in Scotstown,
Co.Monaghan graduated in Ethnomusicology and Celtic studies from Queens University. He is
proficient in many instruments but best known for his composing and harping ability. Wallis, Geoff
& Wilson, Sue. The Rough Guide to Irish Music (London: Rough Guides Ltd, 2001), 7&8, 23–31,
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Augustine St. Clare In Uncle Tom's Cabin
The carriage pulls up in front of the house. The ride from my home to my sister's home in Litchfield,
Connecticut (Timko 2) was a long one, and I have to admit, not one that I really wanted to make. In
fact, Harriet's success has been rather bittersweet. Ever since the publication of her book, Uncle
Tom's Cabin, she has received an enormous amount of attention in the country, even the world
(Carlson 31). As an abolitionist writer myself, I truly support her in all of her endeavors (Carlson
22) and of course my family has always been supportive of her and her dreams (Carlson 24), but I
feel that the success has gone straight to her head. Nevertheless, I am here to meet my sisters for a
celebration of Harriet's success. I walk up to the door, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
You're sorry for making fun of my popularity over my hard work and dedication. My justice given
to the inhumane and social injustice that slavery is (Timko 2)? We all sat in silence, the tension was
growing thicker like it was going to swallow us whole.
"Harriet I'm sorry but we're all sick of hearing about how famous your book is when all of us
publish articles and novels also but we do not even get half the credit that you do! We all love you
Harriet but enough is enough!" I spoke standing up and facing my sister head on. Harriet stepped
forward. We had always fought when we were children and as we became adults the fights grew less
frequent. But all with the same intensity and hatred.
"So my book Uncle Tom's cabin is so famous, right? You're wrong! People throw it aside, scorn the
book by the title without even reading it! All because they believe that slavery is okay! Slavery is
not okay, and I am trying to prove it (Timko 6)! Harriet spoke passionately. I smiled brightly that
was my sister. The passionate, fiery headed girl is my sister. Not some snob who thinks she's better
than everyone.
"Glad to see your back." I speak with a smirk playing on my lips. Harriet smiles at
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Themes And Symbolism In City Of Bones And City Of Glass
In the first book of the Mortal Instrument series, City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, the main
character, Clary, discovers that she's apart of this mythological world after her mother went missing.
Along the way, Clary has to find her true potential of who she's destined to be, to save her mother,
and possibly the whole mythological world itself. Moving on to the third book of the Mortal
Instrument series, City of Glass (also by Cassandra Clare), the same main character, Clary, goes to a
country illegally to save her mother after she finds her. While that happens, her brother Jace try to
hold in their true feelings of love with each other, when their father strives to take over all of
Nephilim, (a race of people in the mythological world). Both of these texts interweave in different
themes such as "love", symbolism that supports the theme, and various of different author's craft
moves to show significance. Not to mention, the differences between those themes, symbols, and
author's craft moves that can lead to different outcomes, but still have the same meanings/goals, as
well as overall character development.
In both City of Bones and City of Glass, there are important symbols the two texts show in order to
develop and support major themes throughout the texts. In City of Glass, the main symbol of the
book is the Morgenstern ring, (which is a family ring that gets passed down from generation to
generation in the Morgenstern family). The Morgenstern ring symbolizes the overall emotion of
love. A place where this symbol shows significance, is when Clary finds out the truth about Jace,
that he's not really her brother. "They stood there motionless not saying a word; slowly Clary took
off the ring." Page 489. This shows how this ring symbolizes love because she took the ring off
when she found out that Jace wasn't really her brother after all, and the only reason why she wore it
in the first place was for Jace to make her motivated as a character. Moving on to City of Bones, one
important symbol the text explains is a raven. The raven can symbolize many different things such
as intelligence or wisdom, however, the main idea the raven symbolizes is also the emotion of love.
One example of this is on page 237,
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St. Clare Of Assisi Research Paper
Goodmorning Mr Capell and class, I am Cooper Webster and today I will be talking about St Clare
of Assisi. I will be speaking about this remarkable person because she impacted the church deeply
and help the poor and marginalised.
St Clare of Assisi was born July 16, 1194 in Assisi which is in Italy. She was born into a family with
another sister named Saint Agnes of Assisi. She was very wealthy child as her parents, Favorino
Scifi and Ortolana were very fortunate. During this wealthy life she saw St Francis preaching when
she was 18, he was preaching at a Lenten service in the church of San Giorgio in Assisi. After this
event she asked St Francis to help her live in the manner of the gospel. Her parents were not happy
with this because she was meant to be married into a line of family. St Clare of Assisi left her home
to go out and change the lives of a group of less fortunate people and help them be noticed and
helped more. She refused all offers from her parents and would not stay with them, she cut her hair,
traded her expensive gown for a plain one and a vail. After this St Clare left and started a group
called 'The Poor Ladies of San damiano', this group went out to help a group of young homeless
people and give them support. St Clare died on the 11th of august, 1253 when she was aged 59. She
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St Clare was a radical reformer because she gave up her wealthy social status to become a poor
person with a low social status, she did this to help a group of poor people who needed help and
needed support. She became a social outcast like this group of less fortunate people. St Clare noticed
that a social group in her society was suffering and being put out to an extreme manner, She took a
risk to go out and take the initiative to help cure this problem. Although her father ordered her home,
she refused all offers and made it certain to leave all she had to help this social
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St. Clare Research Paper
You, St. Clare the worthy servant of God, graced with beauty on earth and now the privilege of
gazing at the kind and loving face of Jesus in the heavenly kingdom. Sheila, who is an unworthy
sinner and do not deserve the privilege to serve God, who lives a sinful life due to the pleasures of
the flesh and the lures of the world. St. Clare, through your way of life, you taught me the value of
the cross and how one should look upon the crucified Christ daily. Contemplate and long to unite
with Him (that is to dwell in his heart). St. Francis, you are not forgotten because you are a model
for me and a spiritual friend to St. Clare, hearts entwined on earth for the love of Christ Crucified
and now in heaven, with your hearts entwined pray
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What Is The Theme Of Fate In Tess Of The DUrbervilles
Eileen Wang
Ms. Hallford
AP Literature, Period 5
8 December 2017
Pulled by the Strings of Fate
For much of human existence, the concepts of fate and free will have been explored as conflicting
explanations for the lives we lead. In Genesis, our mortal suffering and the enmity between people
are portrayed to be the consequences for that original expression of self–determination, when Adam
and Eve chose to defy God and consume the forbidden fruit. However, the Lord's Prayer, as
commonly recited in Christianity, states that "[God's] will be done in earth, as it is in Heaven,"
expressing the sentiment that our own desires ultimately cannot act against God's plans. This
contradiction is further examined as a major element in Thomas Hardy's novel, Tess of the
d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented. Beginning with the immediate introduction of
the Durbeyfield's ancestry through Parson Tringham's offhand remark, Hardy strings together
otherwise insignificant occurrences, which hold great power not only over the actions of his
protagonist, Tess Durbeyfield, but other characters as well. Despite the differences between her
lovers, Alec d'Urberville and Angel Clare, in their upbringings, they are both influenced by the male
ego and society to oppress Tess, and as their journeys intertwine as they find themselves, the
juxtaposition of the two men reveals the inevitability of the tragic fate they drive her towards.
Family plays a major role in influencing the men, and where
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Descriptive Essay About My Village
TITLE
Get a Taste of the Irish Countryside in Doolin Village
LEAD PARAGRAPH
While metropolitan cities like Dublin are fun and exciting, nothing quite beats the tranquility and
beauty of the Irish countryside. Rolling emerald hills, mossy trees, and adorable grazing sheep all
over the place! Not to mention the countryside is your best bet for finding the best traditional Irish
food and truly local goods. Doolin Village is small but has everything to offer from good food,
drinks, handmade candies, clothing and accessories... all in one tiny place!
PARAGRAPHS
The entire village is a single street
This is a tiny village in County Clare, Ireland. And when I say tiny, I mean literally one block long.
You'd think you'd be underwhelmed, but the buildings have such a unique and classic flare, and they
have a way of making you feel like you're in a fairytale. The folks of this little village are very
welcoming, and the best part is you don't have to worry about large crowds! This village may be
small, but trust me, you'll want to take pictures of every building and sign. This place has a way of
making you feel right at home, even as a total tourist! On top of that, they're so used to tour buses
stopping in, all of the shops are absolute pros at helping tourists and keeping up with whatever
crowds come their way!
A scenic village in the middle of scenic greenery
The village is not only on a single street, but it's also only on one side of a single street. If you turn
from the
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francis of assisi Essay
Francis of Assisi was a poor man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel
literally–not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did,
joyfully, without limit and without a mite of self–importance. Francis was famous for his love of all
creation. He called for simplicity of life, poverty, and humility before God. He worked to care for
the poor. Thousands were drawn to his sincerity, piety, and joy. In all his actions, Francis sought to
follow fully and literally the way of life demonstrated by Christ in the Gospels. My report is going
to discuss the life and contributions of St. Francis of Assisi.
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He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their longtime enemy, the nearby town of
Perugia. When Francis was just barely twenty years old, he fought in the war between Assisi and
Perugia and was taken prisoner. Most of the troops from Assisi were butchered in the fight. Only
those wealthy enough to expect to be ransomed were taken prisoner. At last Francis was among the
nobility like he always wanted to be, but chained in a harsh, dark dungeon. All accounts say that he
never lost his happy manner in that horrible place. Finally, after a year in the dungeon, he was
ransomed. Strangely, the experience didn't seem to change him. He gave himself to partying with as
much joy and abandon as he had before the battle. That period shaped the young man's soul and the
weaker his body became, the more deeply his sense of charity and love towards others took root in
him. By the time he returned to Assisi, he was seriously ill. His mother's loving care and time itself
brought him back to health, but the carefree life he had led before and which had started again by
now, seemed empty to him. Driven by his dreams of being a soldier, he decided to follow a
condottiere to the southern region of Apulia, but when he had gotten as far as Spoleto, the Lord
appeared to him one night in a dream and ordered him to turn back. The words of God echoed in his
mind like a summons. This marked the beginning of his gradual
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Diverse Characters In Cassandra Clare's The Shadowhunter...
Cassandra Clare's works, The Shadowhunter Chronicles, are full of diverse characters, and for
various reasons. One reason being that she believes it is important for novels to have all different
kinds of characters to reflect the world around us; because the world is diverse, the book she writes
must also be diverse. She strives to create relatable characters so that readers of any sexual
orientation, race, or gender are able to identify with her works. For example, Clare's choice of
writing her main character as a young female was made because she would have wanted to read that
as a teenager. Every character is created in order to give people, especially those who are not as
represented in the media, someone to look up to or relate to. Cassandra Clare creates an important
series for teenagers to read as they begin to discover who they are; the inclusion of racially diverse,
LGBTQ+, and mentally disabled characters in Clare's The Mortal Instruments and The Dark
Artifices gives young readers a variety of different characters so that any reader can see themselves
in the novels.
First and foremost, I would like to emphasize how important it is to have representation in young
adult novels. A large part of the reason that teenagers read books is to read about someone that they
can relate to. Being able to read about a character who has a lot in common with the reader helps the
reader to not only feel connected to the book and its characters, but also to feel as if someone is
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St. Clare Of Assisi Essay
Saint Report
St. Clare of Assisi was born on July 16, 1194 and died on August 11, 1253. Clare lived in Assisi
Italy her whole life and was one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. She was the oldest
daughter of Favorino Sciffi, who was a wealthy representative of an ancient Roman family, who
owned a large palace in Assisi and a castle. As a child, Clare was devoted to prayer. Even Though,
There is no mention of this in any historical record, it is thought that Clare was to be wed in line
with the family tradition. But, at the age of 18 she heard Francis preach during a Lenten service in
the church of San Giorgio at Assisi, and asked him for his help to live after the way of the Gospel.
On the night of Palm Sunday, March 20, 1212, she left her home, with her aunt Bianca, proceeded to
the chapel of the Porziuncula to meet Francis. There, her hair was cut, and she gave him her
beautiful gown for a plain robe and veil. Her father tried to persuade her to come home, but she told
her father that she would have no other husband but Jesus Christ. Francis soon sent her away to
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Clare as my patron saint because of her unconditional love for God. Her friends hated this work she
was doing for God and her parents tried in every way to make her return home, but Clare would not.
Soon her fifteen–year–old sister Agnes also joined her. Before long there was a small religious
community. No matter what others thought of her work she still continued on, that is really what I
strive for in my faith. Another reason why I chose St. Clare is that she never let anything get her
down because she was always doing what she loved. St. Clare was sick for twenty–nine years before
she died on August 11, 1253. But she was always joyful because she was serving the Lord. Some
people worried that the nuns were suffering because they were so poor. "They say that we are too
poor, but how can a heart which holds the infinite God be
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Mortal Instruments
Main characters[edit source | editbeta]
Clarissa "Clary" Fray (also referred to as Fairchild and Morgenstern) is described to have long, curly
red hair and bright green eyes. She is very small and thin and often viewed as younger than she
actually is. Clary is an artist and in the first book, City of Bones, she believes she is a mundane, or a
human without angelic powers. It is later revealed she is in fact a Shadowhunter, or a human with
angelic qualities. Clary is described as being incredibly stubborn and often rushes into dangerous
situations without thinking about the consequences. Her best friend in the series is Simon Lewis and
she is dating Jace Lightwood.
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Valentine was married to Clary's mother, Jocelyn, and they had two children: Jonathan and Clary.
Valentine is believed to be dead in City of Bones but at the end the reader finds out he is alive and
the father of Jace Wayland. In the following installment, City of Ashes, we discover that Valentine is
stealing the Mortal Instruments in order to raise the angel Raziel. In City of Glass, Valentine's real
son Jonathan, or Sebastian Verlac who he pretends to be in order to gain access into Idris and earn
the Shadowhunters trust, shows up and we discover that Valentine fed demonic blood to his son in
order to create a new breed of "Dark" Shadowhunters which are more powerful than ordinary
Shadowhunters. Valentine is killed by the angel Raziel after he raises him from Lake Lyn.
Critical reception[edit source | editbeta]
City of Bones was highly popular at the time of release, reaching #8 on the New York Times Best
Seller list (Children's books) in April 2007.[1] City of Ashes was one of the YALSA's top ten teen
books for 2009.[2]
Publishers Weekly commented that it "is a sprawling urban fantasy packed with just about every
type of creature known to the genre".[3] Locus praised the book as "a highly readable first novel".
[4] Booklist said that there was "plenty of romance, loss, honor, and betrayal to make the journey
worthwhile. An experienced storyteller, Clare moves the plot quickly to a satisfying end."[5] School
Library
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Jorgen Helgi Research Paper
Here stood a village, an ordinary village, consisting of farms, markets, wells, and a fair amount of
houses for its population. It is the Thorpes village. It has everything any other village has, but it is
very small, both in size in population. This is strange due to its age, as it's one of the oldest villages
in the area. It has always remained small and always will be due to a savage tradition made by the
village's founder, Amund Thorpes. The tradition states as follows: 'No two people shall share their
day of birth in Thorpes. If this occurs, the village people must decide to sacrifice one of the two.'
Jorgen Helgi is a farmer of Thorpes, with a beautiful wife, Disa. Jorgen's life has been very simple
in Thorpes. He was born nearly 34 years
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Summary Of I Am By John Clare
The poet John Clare wrote "I am" in the 1840s, the latter part of his life. It is easy to see from just
the short biography that Rob Pope provides in Studying English Literature and Language that Clare
was a troubled man. This characteristic of the poet is expressed extremely well in "I am" where he
describes the melancholy emotions that plague him. Pope gives readers of Studying English
Literature and Language a bit of context for Clare's poem. Clare was characterized as a 'peasant
poet,' making his road to fame difficult. Perhaps the most prominent information provided was that
Clare admitted to an asylum, not just once, twice during his life of seventy–one years. With this
information, it is assumable that John Clare was not mentally healthy. "I am" was actually written
during Clare's second institutionalization in an asylum, Northampton General Lunatic Asylum, that
lasted from 1841 until the end of his life in 1866.
In the first stanza of "I am," Clare explains the source of his sadness. He says that no one cares or
knows of him, showing his feelings of alienation. He goes on to say that his "friends forsake" him,
using an alliteration to draw the readers' attention. Without companions by his side, the estranged
writer tells that he has to shoulder his burdens alone without outside comfort. In these lines, the poet
uses the phrase 'I am' four times. This statement seems more like a cry in relation to the desperate
tone of the poem. He seems to be telling people that he
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Augustine St. Clare of Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet...
Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin
leaves little room for interpretation of the author's moral
point of view. Yet, there remains one big moral question that is not as
easily answered. This is the question of the character of Augustine
St. Clare––a man who espouses great ideals on the evils of slavery,
yet continues to hold his own slaves. Is he a hero because of his
beliefs or a villain because of his actions? And just how important
is this question to understanding and responding to the novel, as a
whole?
If St. Clare were a minor character, showing up in just a
chapter or two, as another stereotype, i.e. the southern slaveholder
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So St. Clare is like the founding fathers of America––he starts
something he cannot finish. St. Clare did not literally begin the
practice of slavery, but he supports it by his financial arrangements.
Like the founding fathers, he's a great thinker, a believer in ideals,
yet trapped by the practical world of reality. An issue very much
at the center of Uncle Tom's Cabin.
A world that appeared black–and–white to many of the
abolitionists with whom Stowe associated was not so clear–cut to
Stowe. She showed all sides of the issue as best as she could, despite
her obvious bias against slavery. And St. Clare, the slaveowner who
opposed slavery, is the biggest example of the moral ambiguity and
contradictions that theissue of slavery, and by extension this novel,
posed.
St. Clare's moral ambiguity makes him tough to figure out. He
says great things yet does horrible things. Perhaps not as horrible as
Simon Legree, but the principle is the same––just like Legree, he holds
slaves. He keeps other human beings in legal and social inferiority to
himself. And in another way, he's even worse than Legree in that he
makes promises he doesn't keep. He promises Tom his freedom, but
does not deliver it. Legree at least is honest about his character and
makes no pretensions to
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How St. Francis of Assissi and St. Clare Influenced My Faith
Catholicism has always been an integral part of my life. I can remember from very early on standing
in church and being overcome by the slender of the church and also the mass itself. As I grew up my
love for Christ only became greater however my perception of God changed greatly. When I was
younger I saw God as someone to be feared and obeyed, However as I matured I discovered that
God wasn't someone to be feared, but rather God was someone to love. Through this change in
perceptions I began to see God as more of a friend and role model, someone I could talk to
whenever I was in trouble, lonely or in some cases just wanted to share life events. Through this
class I have grown even closer to God. Seeing the devotion and love Saint Francis and Clare had for
God inspired me to once again alter my perception of God. I see God in a new light in that God isn't
asking us to be perfect, but just simply to try our best.
In High School I was blessed with a very close group of friends, we came from different faiths and
life styles however we all cared so much for one another and accepted and tried to learn about one
another's faiths. So when one of my best friends came to me and said she was interested in joining
the Catholic Church I was over joyed to help her discover the religion I love. As she began her
RCIA classes she was a kid at Christmas, with every bit of new information she learned about
Catholicism she became strong and stronger in her faith. She would have a new fact or
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An Alcoholics Anonymous Group Meeting At St. Clare Hospital
From 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 4, 2015, I attended an Alcoholics Anonymous group
meeting at St. Clare Hospital in Baraboo, Wisconsin. It was the Area 75 Conference of the "Friends
of Bill Group". It was a truly sobering and enlightening experience and it made me appreciate my
own life much more. This is especially true after a talk I had with a member of the group who asked
to remain anonymous, suffice it to say that his story was a very tragic one. I would like to report on
my general reaction and afterthoughts to the meeting, but I think it would appropriate to recount the
member's story first. I talked to the man, who asked to go by "Richard", after the meeting
concluded. We sat outside the conference room and drank coffee while he told me about his lifelong
battle with alcohol and drugs. I think what struck out the most to me was just how sad and regretful
his tone of voice was as he told his story to me. He recalled how he first shot up with heroin at the
age of fourteen, and how his life was a vicious cycle of drugs and depression afterwards. "Richard"
told me that he was in and out of juvenile halls throughout his teenage years and how, when he was
supposed to be in school, would skip classes to drink on the curb or inject himself with heroin in
some dirty gas station bathroom. "I was in and out of prisons too, once I got old enough." I
remember him telling me. After two three year stints in prison on drug and alcohol related charges,
the correctional
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St. Clare Of Sciffi Research Paper
On July 16, 1194 Chiara Offreduccio Sciffi (later known as St. Clare of Assisi) was born to the
parents of Favorino and Ortolana Sciffi in Assisi, Italy. AS a kid she spent most of her day devoted
to prayer. Her father was a wealthy representative and owned a large palace in Assisi and a castle on
Mount Subasio. When she was 18 years old she heard Francis preach at a Lenton Service at the
church of San Giorgio and asked him to help her live after the manner of the Gospel. On Palm
Sunday, March 20, 1212, she left home with her Aunt Bianca and a friend to the chapel of the
Porziuncula to meet Francis. Francis proceeded to cut off her hair and exchange her gown for a plain
robe and habit. Her Father was not very supportive of her leaving the
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Uncle Tom's Cabin St. Clare Character Analysis
Uncle Tom and his family are not the only ones going through family struggles. The introduction of
the St. Clare family tells of turmoil in a family unit as St. Clare and his cousin, Ophelia, constantly
debate over St. Clare's religious views. One day, St. Clare seems to be a faithful, Christian man who
preaches devotion, but the next he proclaims his stance on not being a follower of Christ. St. Clare
justifies his "preaching" by saying, "Nothing is easier than talking" (Stowe 152). Uncle Tom's Cabin
regularly discusses religion and Christianity throughout the entirety of the novel, as being a devout
Christian is one of the only things that gets Uncle Tom and many other slaves through life, and St.
Clare's position on not following the
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City Of Bones Chapter Summaries
Demons. Simply the name of these soulless creatures brings an unsettling feeling that makes most
people cringe in fear. For Clarissa Fray, otherwise known as Clary, it is the very name of these
creatures that brings her a sense of thrill. Clarissa Fray is the protagonist as well as one of the few
people of this world to know about demons. She has been tasked with a heavy burden – a
shadowhunter. What is a shadowhunter? The Shadowhunters are Nephilim – humans with angel
blood. The world that Clary knows of is not in fact a great place to live; however it is the opposite –
a dystopia, a world where demons freely roam the earth. Her goal? To bring a sense of harmony to
the world by ridding the earth of demons and "downworlders", humans with demon blood. Piling on
complicated relationships with a fellow shadowhunter named Jace Wyland, drama with Clarissa's
best friend Simon, and a missing mother, Clary evidently has a lot more than she can handle on her
plate; especially when the person rumored to kidnapped her mother was none other than Valentine
Morgenstern, the same person who was thought to be Jace's father's murderer and the antagonist in
the trilogy. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare is the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Similar to a community, everything has to be flawless in order for a book to thrive. Cassandra Clare,
author of The Mortal Instruments, does an astounding job on carefully weaving together all the
strands of a perfect novel and creating an immaculate story for teens. For me, the most exciting part
about reading City of Bones was the completely unexpected plot drops. From finding out that Jace is
actually her older brother, to finding out Valentine is her biological father, City of Bones brings a
sense of thrill while turning every page. Some stories in the past that I haven't enjoyed as much such
as After the First Death by Robert Cormier also include plot twists, however aren't as engrossing or
as gripping as City of
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The Mortal Instruments City Of Bones Essay
Amanda Van Der Merwe
'Everything you've heard about monsters, about nightmares, legends whispered around
campfires...all the stories are true'– Isabelle Lightwood. 'The Mortal Instruments, City of Bones',
written by Cassandra Clare in the early 2000's, follows the seemingly ordinary teenager, Clary Fray
as she discovers that she descents from a line of warriors, locked in an ancient battle to protect the
'mundane' world from demons. After the sudden disappearance of her mother, Clary must join forces
with a group of young Shadowhunters, who introduces her to a dangerous and alternative New York;
called the Shadow world, filled with demons, werewolves, vampires and many other deadly
creatures. From examining this dynamic text; Cassandra ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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Through this example, Cassandra shows us how Jace's outlook on love changed throughout the
story– in this quote Alec Lightwood; 'parabatai' of Jace, explains to Clary how dissimilar Jace has
become ever since Clary became known to him, because this is the first time that Jace has ever
'allowed himself to love'. A example beyond this text that shows the power of love, is the story of
the Russian couple Boris and Anna Kozlov. They got married in 1946 and three days after their
ceremony, Boris was called back to his unit in the Red Army. The two never saw each other for 60
years, with Anna's family being exiled and Boris left in the army with no contact, but they never
stopped loving each other. Miraculously, Boris and Anna arrived at the same town after six decades
and all their feelings for one another returned. The time spent away from each other had not
destroyed the bond they once had. Anna and Boris got married again, and become the lovely old
couple everyone admires. "We have a love that moves the sun and all the other stars."
Also, Cassandra teaches us the importance of family. The conflict of the story, revolves around the
unexpected disappearance of Clary's mother; Jocelyn. Clary than willingly dives into the 'unknown
and dangerous Shadow world', in search of her loving 'mother'. Clary will do anything to find her
mother and make sure she is safe. This demonstrates the incredibly strong and true bond between a
mother and her
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Compare And Contrast Shelby And Marie St. Clare
Mrs. Shelby and Marie St. Clare in Uncle Tom's Cabin
Brandi N. Harris
November 20, 2014
A Paper Presented to Meet Partial Requirements
For HIS 2111
Dalton State College
Introduction Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin was a novel written in times of unrest
where slavery was a controversial topic and women 's rights were still suffering. Uncle Tom's Cabin
showed the grim reality of slavery and showed the importance for women to gain a societal role
beyond the domestic domain. The reading contains a number of major characters throughout the
novel. The two most notable characters we will discuss is Mrs. Shelby and Marie St. Clare.
Throughout this paper we will compare and contrast these two characters and give specific examples
to illustrate the similarities and differences between these two unique individuals. The first character
we will discuss is Emily Shelby who is the wife of Arthur Shelby who is a Kentucky Plantation
owner and the owner of Uncle Tom. Mrs. Shelby is a kind, loving, and Christian woman who is
strongly opposed to slavery and takes it upon herself to treat them with most respect. Mrs. Shelby
from a spiritual standpoint cares about her slaves relationship with God and teaches his word to
them. Mr. Shelby and Mrs. Shelby treat the slaves with kindness but differ significantly in regards to
slavery. Unlike other women of this time period, Mrs. Shelby stands by her views and morals
regardless if her
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Character Analysis Of Tess Of The D Urbervilles
There usually is not a clear response to situations people endure, which leads humanity turning to
others for help. These situations can be simple, like choosing an outfit; they can also be complex,
like marriage. Despite the severity of the situation, peoples' choices are influenced by the opinions
and actions of others. Choices are made every day and those decisions are present in the world of
fiction and non–fiction. Thomas Hardy uses this idea in his novel, Tess of the d'Ubervilles. The
protagonist, Tess, is placed in many stressful situations throughout the novel, not because of her own
flaws, but due to the actions of others. Her magnanimous behavior on top of the actions of her
parents John and Joan, and the characters Alec and Angel lead to her catastrophic downfall. To
begin, Tess's parents John and Joan have many flaws that are a result from the economy and
personal vices. This novel was written during the time period where England's economy was turning
away from feudalism and mercantilism into industrialization. The advancement in technology meant
a decreased in human labor. With a large family ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Before the passing of his father, Simon Stoke d'Urberville, Alec is taught the importance of solely
money. He is heir to a fortune and uses this wealth to support his sexual behaviors. He begins with
buying Tess's family a horse and a few days later rapes Tess while she is asleep. She leaves the farm
and Alec does not come back into her life for four years. He preaches to her saying he is a changed
man but tensions begin to rise and Tess strikes him with a work glove. Alec response he "'will be
your master again"' (Hardy 414). The cause of this confrontation is the Marriage between Angel
Clare and Tess during those four years since the poultry farm. Angel is the third and final character
which leads to Tess's
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francis of assisi Essay
Francis of Assisi was a poor man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel
literally–not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did,
joyfully, without limit and without a mite of self–importance. Francis was famous for his love of all
creation. He called for simplicity of life, poverty, and humility before God. He worked to care for
the poor. Thousands were drawn to his sincerity, piety, and joy. In all his actions, Francis sought to
follow fully and literally the way of life demonstrated by Christ in the Gospels. My report is going
to discuss the life and contributions of St. Francis of Assisi.
Francis of Assisi lived about eight hundred years ago. He was born in the city of ... Show more
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He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their longtime enemy, the nearby town of
Perugia. When Francis was just barely twenty years old, he fought in the war between Assisi and
Perugia and was taken prisoner. Most of the troops from Assisi were butchered in the fight. Only
those wealthy enough to expect to be ransomed were taken prisoner. At last Francis was among the
nobility like he always wanted to be, but chained in a harsh, dark dungeon. All accounts say that he
never lost his happy manner in that horrible place. Finally, after a year in the dungeon, he was
ransomed. Strangely, the experience didn't seem to change him. He gave himself to partying with as
much joy and abandon as he had before the battle. That period shaped the young man's soul and the
weaker his body became, the more deeply his sense of charity and love towards others took root in
him. By the time he returned to Assisi, he was seriously ill. His mother's loving care and time itself
brought him back to health, but the carefree life he had led before and which had started again by
now, seemed empty to him. Driven by his dreams of being a soldier, he decided to follow a
condottiere to the southern region of Apulia, but when he had gotten as far as Spoleto, the Lord
appeared to him one night in a dream and ordered him to turn back. The words of God echoed in his
mind like a summons. This marked the beginning of his gradual
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St Clare

  • 1. St Clare Introduction The story of St Clare of Assisi St Clare was a passionate , faithful women who followed and Trusted God no matter what . St. Clare was born in Assisi . She lived in Assisi, Italy. Clare lived during the 13th century which was during the Middle Ages. Born in 1193, Clare belonged to a wealthy family. She renounced her noble status and wealth to live in humility and poverty, adopting the lifestyle that Francis of Assisi recommended. Although her parents were planning a marriage for her with some important figure, Clare, with a daring act inspired by her deep desire to follow Christ and her admiration for Francis, at the age of 18 left her family home made her way in secret to the Friars Minor at the little Church of the Portiuncula. Clare lived during the high Middle ages where people followed the feudal system also known as feudalism. During this time the society, was quite poor and lived in poverty. St Clare however lived in a palace in a wealthy family. At the time everyone had a place and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are people out there that are struggling and need a home. St Clare at a young age did a lot to help the poor and even hid food during dinner to give it to the poor people out on the streets. St Clare applied many cardinal virtues to show good and avoid evil. St Clare showed prudence as she made the right decision for her own future and did not listen to her father as she wanted to follow God's path and help others. St Clare also has fortitude as she helped to do the right thing even though its tough and most definitely also showed Justice as she cared for everyone equally. St Clare made an impact on today society on the Catholic Church as she inspired many other women and people were inspired on how she cared so much for those who lived in poverty even though she had an amazing house and an amazing life ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Tess Essay Tess Durbeyfield is a victim of both external and internal forces. Passive and yielding, unsuspicious and fundamentally pure, she suffers a weakness of will and reason, struggling against a fate that is too strong for her to overcome. Tess falls victim to circumstance, society, and male idealism. Tess may be unable to overcome these apparent difficulties is destroyed by her ravaging self–destructive sense of guilt, life denial and the cruelty of two men. It is primarily the death of the horse, Prince, the Durbeyfield's main source of livelihood that commences the web of circumstance that envelops Tess. The imagery at this point in the novel shows how distraught and guilt ridden Tess is as she places her hand upon Prince's wound in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After this sexual violation and corruption of innocence, Tess flees home. Although she has escaped the trap of the sexually rapacious Alec for the time being, her circumstance is similar to that of a wounded animal, her blood of innocence has been released. At this time Hardy gives reference to Shakespeare's The Rape of Lucrece, "where the serpent hisses the sweet birds song". Tess is undoubtedly a victim of male idealism and society. Her lack of understanding over such matters only increases the guilt that already embodies her. To add further to her shame she chances upon a holy man who paints exerts from the bible around the countryside. In red accusatory letters she reads "THY, DAMNATION, SLUMBERETH, NOT" and is horrified to think how relevant it is to her recent misfortunes. Tess at this stage is a victim to her own self–conscience; she becomes a recluse trapped within her home, while in reality she has broken no law of nature. Returning to work in the field, Tess witnesses the rabbits forced further into shelter as the cornrows in which they dwell are reaped. This is symbolic of Tess's own situation as she is being separated little by little from family and friends and more importantly from her own childhood innocence. The baby she has baptized as Sorrow dies, his name being an indication of the anguish that has taken place within Tess due to the circumstances of his conception. It also epitomizes what is going to take place in the rest of her sorrowful life. In ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. St. Clare Tom's first owner Shelby was portrayed as a benevolent slave owner and traditional southern gentleman. Because the way of treating people kind, Tom didn't feel like being a slave but being a friend with his owner. However, Mr. Shelby got bankrupt so he has to sell Tom to the negro trader to pay back the debts. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby were belonged to the Christianity, and this is the reason why they treated people gentle. But they promise Tom they will redeem him soon or later. When Uncle Tom was transported by ship to New Orleans, he became acquainted with a young white girl called Eva. When Eva fell into the river, Tom saved her life. To thank for Tom saving her life, Eva's father, Augustine St. Clare, bought Tom from the hands of the slave dealer. Two years after Tom lived with St. Clare, Eva got a seriously ill. Before she died, she dreamed of heaven and as Eva's death and her dreams, St. Clare promised to set Tom free. However, before St. Clare fulfilled his promise, he was stabbed by a knife because he was involved in a battle. Tom's second master, the little girl Eva's father; is the most compassionate slave in the novel. St. Clare had realized the evil of the slavery, but had not yet been able to give up for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mr. Shelby was a pure Christian, St Clair want to set Tom free in the last of his years, and Legree didn't caught Cassy and Emmeline at last because he was afraid of the evil spirits in his dream. What's more, they also have the difference between each other. Mr. Shelby was a kindness owner, but forced by life pressure, the only thing he could do to save most of the other slaves was to sell Tom. St. Clare has the sense of justice, but at last he died in a fight and couldn't keep the promise with Tom. This might become regret for him even after his death since he can't see the liberation of slavery. Legree was very brutal to slaves, he always uses whip to flog the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Little Evangeline St. Clare "Little Eva" is the nickname of Evangeline St. Clare, who is the daughter of Augustine St. Clare. Interestingly, there is one famous children's literature called "Little Eva: The Flower of the South", written by Philip J. Cozans. The young girl has the similar experience as Evangeline St. Clare. Both of them are polite and intelligent daughters of plantation owners. Eva appears in the plot when Uncle Tom is carried to New Orleans, where St. Clare's planation located. Tom rescues the life of a five–year old girl, who was almost drowned in the river. Afterward, St. Clare takes the suggestion from his daughter to purchase the slave, and Tom becomes a coachman at their place. In the ancient but lavish house, despite missing his wife and children, yearning for freedom, Tom with his good nature has been company with the pure and innocent Eva. He tries to realize all of her fantasy, and Eva's simple personality always helps Tom forget the sorrow. Tom spends a good time with the angelic child, which leads he find hope and feel the coming Gospel. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Little Eva was born in a noble family, and she was pampered by her family. Topsy is a young slave girl, who has no parents. A slave trader raised her before coming to the Eva family. However, her world is filled with negative actions: insulted and beaten, lying and stealing. When she was scolded, the warmth of Eva like the sunshine lighted up her dark and closed heart. Eva's confidence and love give Topsy the power to make a remarkable progress. Then, Topsy has an opposite attitude that is of great spirits at the prospects. When Eva was sick, Topsy sent flowers that were carefully collocated to cheer this little angle up. Even Miss Ophelia, who displays abominate towards African–American slave, significantly changed her opinion about slaves. Finally, she starts to take care of this helpless child with pure love; eventually, Topsy herself wins family and neighbors' ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Morals In City Of Lost Souls By Cassandra Clare The book, City of Lost Souls written by Cassandra Clare, is about a girl named Clary, who is half angel half human. Clary needs to save her lover Jace who has been brainwashed by her evil brother Sebastian. Clary must stop Sebastian from summoning an army of demons and starting a war between good and evil. When I read this novel, I felt envious. I felt this because the ShadowHunters had so many supernatural abilities compared to humans. For example when we learn that ShadowHunters are half human half Angel which means that they have the ability to draw runes etc. Runes are drawings that give them certain powers, for example becoming stronger, becoming invisible and healing etc. This would be awesome if I had the ability to become invisible or have supernatural strength so that day to day routines would become easier. If i had these powers I would use them to help people in distress, like a modern superman. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The author seemed to be suggesting that power hungry individuals will do anything to gain their goals without caring about collateral damage. We see this in the text when Sebastian forces the Iron sisters to make the Infernal cup. The infernal cup is the opposite to the mortal cup and is made with blood from a powerful demon named Lilith. The infernal cup turns Shadowhunters into Dark Shadowhunter and replaces their Angel blood with demon blood, making them evil. This proves that people hungry for power will do anything and use anybody to get more power. People that hunger for power want power because they feel like they have to be in control. An example of somebody who is power hungry is Kim Jong Un. I believe that this kind of behaviour is not acceptable in today's society and should not be tolerated, because people need to be working together and helping eachother out to function in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. St. Clare Essay Saint Clare was born in Assisi, Italy on July 16, 1194. Her father Favorino Scifi and her mother Ortolana gave her the given name as Chiara Offreduccio. As St. Clare was growing up she was very wealthy and learned to spin yarn, write and read. St. Clare gave to the poor she gave all the leftovers from meals to people who did not have any food and she gave clothes to people Clare started to do this at a young age. She wasn't really focused on all the fancy things she had because Clare wanted to include herself in poverty. She wanted to turn her life to God but she needed help with that. Francis of Assisi came to her mind she asked her parents if she could leave to go and join him but her parents did not want her to go to Francis of Assisi for help but she left anyways. She went the Porziuncola Chapel to meet Francis she listen to all the homilies and preaching. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Years later they became known as the Order of Saint Clare. Some symbols of St. Clare's are a tall cross, Monstrance, ciborium and the chalice and host. One of Clare's idols was Francis of Assisi because when he held the monstrance she wanted to be like him so she also held the monstrance too. She is the patron saint of television, eye disease, laundry, good weather and goldsmiths. Television and sore eyes because she once was sick to go to church but she did not want to miss Mass that day so she watched it on television. St. Clare died in Assisi, Italy on August 11, 1253 which is also her feast day. St. Clare died of natural causes and she was buried beneath a high altar in the Basilica of Saint Clare. Clare was canonized on September 26, 1255 by Pope Alexander IV as St. Clare of Assisi. She was loved and many people was inspired by her. She became a saint because of her unique personality and she also care so much for the poor. Because of St. Clare of Assisi there are over 20,000 more nuns in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. William Wordsworth 's Poem Of The Bird And Its Song With... William Wordsworth, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and John Clare were influential romantic poets who sought to learn about themselves and their art by immersing themselves as nature and utilizing different animals as their muses. These three poets each observed skylarks in their natural habitat and sought to decipher the meaning behind their songs. From these experiences, each wrote a poem which described their perspectives. Wordsworth, Shelly, and Clare's Skylark poems are arguably written in dialogue with each other. While Wordsworth and Shelly look upon the bird and its song with adoration, both seeking to learn from the animal, Clare possesses a much darker conception of the skylark's song, and instead attempts to reprimand and teach the bird. Their observations and the opinions of the lark are dictated by the season in which they find themselves listening to the bird's song. Wordsworth and Shelly are envious of the Skylark's freedom to travel wherever it may please, which partially dictates their infatuation with the creature. Wordsworth declares to the Skylark: Though hast a nest, for thy love and thy rest: And, though little troubled with sloth, Drunken Lark! thou would'st be loth To be such a Traveller as I. Happy, happy Liver! (ll. 18–22) When examining the bird in its natural habitat, Wordsworth acknowledges that it has a home for a family and for relaxation, and yet can still fly whenever and wherever it may please. While he lives the life of a traveler as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. City Of Bones Book Summary This week i read the book, City of Bones, by Cassandra Clare. It is a fantasy novel that is 485 pages long. I chose to read this book because it looked interesting and this author writes some really good books. This book takes place in mainly New York City and in 2008 but it doesn't give a specific place. This setting makes it seem more realistic than what it would with a different time and place. The story is about fighting demons and it makes a lot of sense with this type of setting. The main character is Clary Fray. She is an 15 almost 16 year old girl who hangs out with only one person, Simon Lewis her best friend. She lives alone with her mother and is a little over 5 foot with red hair. She is at her favorite place called Pandemonium when she meets Jace and her whole world turns upside down. The antagonist is Valentine or Clary's father. He is an old rogue shadow hunter who ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There is also another conflict between clary and her self because she is struggling to piece her life together because her mother got her memory erased every year because she started to see what her mother didn't want her to see. The theme in this story is the importance of family. The conflict of the story revolves around the kidnapping of Clary's mother, Jocelyn and it shows that she will do anything to get her mother back. Jace also shows it when Alec gets hurt and Alec does the same when him and Izzy get hurt. It all explains the theme the importance of family. The author uses imagery in this story. One example is from page 312 where the author wrote , "The flower swelled to twice its size and burst open. It was like watching a speeded–up film of a flower blooming: the delicate green sepals opened outward, releasing the clustered petals inside. They were dusted with pale gold pollen as light as talcum." They were in the greenhouse and were describing a flower that Jace showed Clary for her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. St Clare Research Paper Clare a plain robe and veil. Under the advisement of Francis of Assisi, Saint Clare decided to join the convent of the Benedictine Nuns of San Paulo. Saint Clare showed an extreme amount of courage and strength, by giving her entire life for Jesus Christ. Over time, other women joined the convent to become brides of Christ, and gave up their wealth and money. They were called the "Poor Ladies of San Damiano" and were known for their devotion to the Lord and how powerful their prayers were; which is why Assisi was saved from invaders twice. Over time they ended up naming the order "The Poor Ladies". Another beautiful female saint to admire, is Saint Catherine of Siena. At an early age, Saint Catherine devoted her life to God. During ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. St. Clare Hospital Case Background Within the past several years, the revenues at St. Clare Hospital have steadily dropped and CEO James Edwards and COO Wendy Jones have planned to cut cost for the hospital. In doing so, the decision to outsource the imaging readings and terminate the employment of the hospitals radiologist. Within two weeks, the hospital is now facing legal liabilities from inaccurate imaging readings. In this paper, I will describe conflict types that I have identified within this case and explain conflict management styles evidenced throughout the case. I will then propose a conflict resolution strategy that should be used as well as recommend strategies used as well as recommend strategies to reduce cost and legal liabilities for St. Clare hospital. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In recent years, hospitals throughout the United States and Canada have attempted to cut cost by outsourcing these services to independent companies, leading to employees being overworked, underpaid and under trained of which the result is a dangerous situation for both hospital patients and hospital workers (Dressner, 2015). Although Ms. Jones decision to outsource the interpretation of imaging readings would possibly save the hospital $160,000 per year, the ideal image–exchange platform should include a complete, longitudinal record that goes beyond radiology, connects all clinical department imaging data to a central repository, support zero footprint viewers, and provide access to referring physicians as well as to patients (Bolan, 2013). With this approach, the hospital team becomes broken when hospitals seek to cut cost and maximize profits (Bolan, 2013). An additional issue of outsourcing support staff is that their managers work remotely and they are unable to communicate in person with the hospital workers. Therefore, any problems that would arise must go through the third–party staffing company, instead of being addressed directly by hospital staff (Dressner, 2015). The case study mentions that after two weeks of using an outsourced company, it is noticed that there is an 18% inaccuracy rate in the outsourced reading reports. Although the study doesn't ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Poetry Close Reading: John Clare's 'I Am' Coursework Header Sheet200170–8 || Course|COML1054: CTC: Poetry and Drama|Course School/Level|HU/UG| Coursework|Poetry Close Reading|Assessment Weight|20.00%| Tutor|HG Derbyshire, ED Jones, A King|Submission Deadline|06/11/2012| Analyse a Romantic poem showing understanding of context and form. 1,500 words.| Coursework is receipted on the understanding that it is the student 's own work and that it has not, in whole or part, been presented elsewhere for assessment. Where material has been used from other sources it has been properly acknowledged in accordance with the University 's Regulations regarding Cheating and Plagiarism.| 000659175 Cherry Hurley Tutor 's comments ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For me, it also creates a calming effect with the over–all atmosphere of the poem; although the narrator is tormented and suffering, they still appear calm, as though reaching this decision of not wanting to live any more is almost freeing them; like making the final move towards 'Heaven' will be good for them. It is in line 12 that I found another interesting use of written pause, with– "Are strange – nay, rather, stranger than the rest." –This creates a very conversational tone, and gives us the impression that they are confiding with us, or maybe talking to themselves and that we are listening in on something personal, the way they correct themselves half way through a sentence/ line. It also draws us back to the feeling of total honesty, as they are not perfecting their speech, just saying how they feel at that moment. I found I Am to be fairly modern in comparison to other Romantic works of that era, and I believe the reason behind this is that Clare doesn't limit himself and his work here by keeping strictly to certain methods of rhyme or line endings; for example the first stanza is 6 lines worth of alternating couplets, one couplet of which doesn't even completely rhyme in terms of sound; 'lost' (end of line 2) and 'host' (end of line 4). This is more consonance than rhyme. The other two stanzas then go on in a 'Venus and Adonis' style with line endings ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. Reading And Writing : My Experience Of Reading, And Social... I have been a bookworm ever since I can remember, and even before I knew how to read, my parents read stories to me around the clock; I was reading picture books before pre–k. I have always loved reading because my parents loved it, and I wanted them to always be proud of me. It did form into a habit of my own, though, and through this habit, I found myself. Being a bookworm has been one of my many labels since day one, and I would not have it any other way because reading and writing has constructed me into the person I am today by teaching me life lessons, expanding my mind to new concepts, and affecting my social life in surprising ways. Likewise, even through the simpler books I read as a child, I was able to learn many important life lessons. In grade school, I was reading 4–5 books a week. Junie B. Jones, The Magic Treehouse, Inkheart, and Song of the Sparrow all still hold a special place in my heart. Junie B. made me feel that I could do anything I set my mind to because of her rebellious nature and taught me to try to make the best of every bad situation. The Magic Treehouse taught me that I could go anywhere or be anything if I believed I could, and, through this lesson, I learned to believe I could. Inkheart set in me an appreciation for human imagination and for all the evil that is in this world because every good story has to have an antagonist. Lastly, Song of the Sparrow taught me that people are mean, and love is not kind. It taught me that war and love are as complex as the other, and both have the same outcome... Someone gets hurt. Out of them all, Song of the Sparrow, which I did not fully understand as a child, taught me my most valuable lesson, and I will never forget it. In addition, just like most of the children born in the Bible Belt, I was raised on a variety of Bible stories because my parents wanted nothing more than to raise a moral, daughter of God, but the Bible wasn't the only book that has helped me shape my morals as a person. The Mortal Instruments, a wonderful teen–fiction series by Cassandra Clare, was one of those books that made me question everything I believed. There was teen sex, gay relationships, murder, and a lot of talk about there not being a god featured in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. City Of Bones Character Analysis Life is like dominoes, everything happens to set something else in motion. City of bones was written by Cassandra Clare and it's about Clary Fray, a girl who's life was changed forever. One night in New York City an ordinary teenager, or so she thought, discovered that she is the descendant of a Shadowhunter, a secret group of half angel half human warriors, part of an ancient battle to protect the human world from the creatures of nightmares. The stages and struggles that every hero must go through creates immense character development. Learning about the life that was hidden from her helped Clary discover many of her characteristics that will be identified throughout her journey but will also bring conflict into her life. Clary will then discover the intensity of the world that was hidden from her. In the book Clary's mother goes missing. With this information she learns that she is a descendant of Shadowhunters. She must accept her destiny and join forces with Jace, Alec, and Isabelle (other Shadowhunters that are acquainted with her family). Clary's mothers dissapearance was the cause of her learning she was a Shadowhunter. As ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His goals and ambitions changed drastically and his number one priority was compromised in order to fit her into his plans. Jace was raised knowing he was a Shadowhunter so his goal in life was to protect the world from demons, as is that of all Shadowhunters, he was too protect any human in danger. Clary's entry into the Shadow world changed his goal from protect any human in danger to protect Clary if she's in danger. He discovered a protective character trait that until this journey he wasn't aware of its exsistence. This trait was non exsistent before because there was no one in his life that couldnn't protect themselves. Clary brought out this trait because she was forced into this world when she was vulnerable and unknowledgeble of the world around ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. My Greatest Accomplishment : My Family My Greatest Accomplishment My Family Traditions come and go, but some may never change. Most families attempt to keep their traditions alive in their family, whether is it be to do something small like names or something major such as huge celebrations for certain holidays. A tradition that numerous of families seems to keep around, no matter their religion or country, is family dinners on a set day. This allows the families to spend this day with each other, learning how everyone's week is going, if there is anything that needs done, or if there is any positive or negative news. A local family has a traditional family night dinner on Sundays. They keep in touch throughout the week, but on Sundays they are able to see each other face to face. Slowly, the three girls, Emily, Samantha, and Allison, are taking over cooking the meals. Their parents, grandparents, and uncles are all pitching in to help the girls learn how to properly cook various foods such as hulushki, halupki, homemade pasta, and desserts like cannolis. They are keeping with the tradition of making food to represent their heritage of being Polish and Italian. Other ways the Zaremba's represent their Italian heritage is by having the Feast of Seven Fish before Christmas. This tradition is to have seven dishes of fish for Christmas Eve dinner; the fish can vary from type of fish or if it is cooked in a certain way. Also "fish" entitles all seafood not just fish. This symbolizes a healthy Christmas. You are required to fast, not eat, the week before ridding yourself of harmful ingredients like too much sugar. Birth Announcement Denise and Chris Zaremba welcomed their third daughter into the world at 4:51 pm September 29, 2001. She weighed 7lbs and 9 oz. Her sisters aren't the happiest about having to deal with a younger sibling, but the rest of the family is astounded to have another baby in the family. Favorite Cassandra Clare has come out with a new book titled Lord of Shadows. This is her second book in The Dark Artifacts series, one of her numerous series. Other series that many people have found to be favorites are The Mortal Instruments series and The Infernal Devices series. Clare has received numerous awards for her amazing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. St. Francis Of Assisi Essay St. Francis of Assisi was born in Umbria in the year 1182. He was a child every father hoped for, he was filled with life, a determined and courageous individual. He was gifted with rather good looks, qualities that attracted friends and a gift of leadership. His father was an extremely wealthy merchant in Assisi. But this son, his favourite, was the one who broke Peter Bernardone's heart. The boy turned on his father, and in a vicious event that eventually resulted into a public scene. St. Francis of Assisi stepped away from his father, his business and left his father in a state of immense emotional suffering. Francis joined the military at the age of 20. Prior to this date (1202), the favoured son showed his parents that he would ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Now came the question that changed the course of Francis' life, and in many ways, the course of human history. "Why then are you seeking the servant instead of the master, the vassal instead of the prince?" the voice spoke again. Francis recognizing the voice as that of Christ, suddenly grew weary of retreat. "Lord, what will You have me do?" asked Francis. "Return home, Your vision will have its spiritual fulfillment through Me." replied the voice. Francis then returned to Assisi. Although the residents of Assisi rejoiced at his return, Francis was known as their leader during the time, they soon sensed that Francis had changed. Something was troubling him. The townspeople concluded that Francis had fallen in love. Francis' companions would ask him who it was. Francis had to answer, but he couldn't tell them that it was someone who he hardly knew or someone that he was slightly afraid. So he said to his friends, "I do dram of taking a wife, and she whom I shall marry is noble, so rich, so fair and so wise, that not one of your has seen her like". Francis tended to leave his house and journey to the many caves located in Assisi. A friend who saw that Francis was involved in something even more deep than arrangements ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. How St Clare Of Assisi Changed Society And The Catholic... Good morning Mr Campbell and class today I will be talking about how St Clare of a Assisi is a radical reformer and how she changed society and the Catholic Church Biography Chiara Offreduccio born on July 16, 1194 Assisi, Italy. St Clare of Assisi being her name now due to her being canonized in 1255, was born into a wealthy family that own a house on the top of the hill in Assisi. Clare being the eldest sister she followed by example by the teaching of Jesus. We believe that when Clare was little she would have be able to hear and see the mass from her room as she not able to go to mass therefore she is called the patron saint of television. On palm Sunday 1212 St Clare of Assisi ran to Rome with St Francis Xavier to preach the word of the Lord and the Order of Poor Ladies, a group of poor women that dedicated their life to God and wanted to be recognised to the Catholic Church. St Clare of Assisi died August 11 1253, feast day on August 11 each year. Challenges ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... St Clare of Assisi is called a radical reformer,therefore her actions and the challenges that she has faced in her life has had a impact to society and the Catholic Church. Back then society was very sexist. For example women were not allowed to enter events or do anything without permission from the husband, St Clare of Assisi believed that all people should be allowed in the Catholic Church therefore she went off to Rome and created the Order of Poor Ladies. Many people believed that women were supposed to stay and home and do household jobs and this made a drastic turn for society and the Catholic Church. One of the hardest hurdles that she had to overcome was changing the public perception on the role of women in society. Fortunately she had St Francis Xavier on her side and soon enough people agreed and this lead to one of the biggest changes in the Catholic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Harp In The Uk The Harp is the national instrument and national emblem of Ireland and the tradition was passed from one generation to another. It was defined by Irish aristocracy, before going out of fashion in the 16th century and almost becoming obsolete in the 19th century. Plehov, Mel. The Pocket Encyclopaedia of Ireland (Dublin 12: M.H. Gill & Co, 2012), Page 120. The evolution of the harp is significant because the first instrument associated with harping in the Gaelic world was known as a "Cruit" derived from the related Welsh instrument the "crwth". It has been suggested that the word "clàirseach" was created for the triangular frame harp which replaced the Cruit. The ancient Celtic harp (Cruit) had metal, (usually brass) strings which harpists plucked ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He was born in 1695 in Derry and was also blind. He travelled all over Ireland and Scotland and is most famous for the fact he was the oldest Harper to attend The Belfast Harp Festival and was the only Harper to play in the traditional Gaelic manner with long fingernails on brass strings. He contributed "An Coolin" and many more harp tunes to Buntings collection. Young, Robert. The Irish Harpers in Belfast in 1792, 02/03/18 http://www.libraryireland.com/articles/IrishHarpersBelfast1792/1.php Laoise Kelly one of Ireland's foremost traditional Harpers in the current tradition. She was born in Westport Co.Mayo, in 1973. Laoise studied music in NUI Maynooth and University College Cork and is renowned for her solo career, membership in "Bumblebees" and her unique style. "Triplets made in heaven", Derek Bell once remarked of her playing. Wallis, Geoff & Wilson, Sue. The Rough Guide to Irish Music (London: Rough Guides Ltd, 2001), 7&8, 23–31, 362–373. Micheàl Ò Ruanaigh is another famous contemporary Harper. He was born in Scotstown, Co.Monaghan graduated in Ethnomusicology and Celtic studies from Queens University. He is proficient in many instruments but best known for his composing and harping ability. Wallis, Geoff & Wilson, Sue. The Rough Guide to Irish Music (London: Rough Guides Ltd, 2001), 7&8, 23–31, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Augustine St. Clare In Uncle Tom's Cabin The carriage pulls up in front of the house. The ride from my home to my sister's home in Litchfield, Connecticut (Timko 2) was a long one, and I have to admit, not one that I really wanted to make. In fact, Harriet's success has been rather bittersweet. Ever since the publication of her book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, she has received an enormous amount of attention in the country, even the world (Carlson 31). As an abolitionist writer myself, I truly support her in all of her endeavors (Carlson 22) and of course my family has always been supportive of her and her dreams (Carlson 24), but I feel that the success has gone straight to her head. Nevertheless, I am here to meet my sisters for a celebration of Harriet's success. I walk up to the door, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... You're sorry for making fun of my popularity over my hard work and dedication. My justice given to the inhumane and social injustice that slavery is (Timko 2)? We all sat in silence, the tension was growing thicker like it was going to swallow us whole. "Harriet I'm sorry but we're all sick of hearing about how famous your book is when all of us publish articles and novels also but we do not even get half the credit that you do! We all love you Harriet but enough is enough!" I spoke standing up and facing my sister head on. Harriet stepped forward. We had always fought when we were children and as we became adults the fights grew less frequent. But all with the same intensity and hatred. "So my book Uncle Tom's cabin is so famous, right? You're wrong! People throw it aside, scorn the book by the title without even reading it! All because they believe that slavery is okay! Slavery is not okay, and I am trying to prove it (Timko 6)! Harriet spoke passionately. I smiled brightly that was my sister. The passionate, fiery headed girl is my sister. Not some snob who thinks she's better than everyone. "Glad to see your back." I speak with a smirk playing on my lips. Harriet smiles at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Themes And Symbolism In City Of Bones And City Of Glass In the first book of the Mortal Instrument series, City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, the main character, Clary, discovers that she's apart of this mythological world after her mother went missing. Along the way, Clary has to find her true potential of who she's destined to be, to save her mother, and possibly the whole mythological world itself. Moving on to the third book of the Mortal Instrument series, City of Glass (also by Cassandra Clare), the same main character, Clary, goes to a country illegally to save her mother after she finds her. While that happens, her brother Jace try to hold in their true feelings of love with each other, when their father strives to take over all of Nephilim, (a race of people in the mythological world). Both of these texts interweave in different themes such as "love", symbolism that supports the theme, and various of different author's craft moves to show significance. Not to mention, the differences between those themes, symbols, and author's craft moves that can lead to different outcomes, but still have the same meanings/goals, as well as overall character development. In both City of Bones and City of Glass, there are important symbols the two texts show in order to develop and support major themes throughout the texts. In City of Glass, the main symbol of the book is the Morgenstern ring, (which is a family ring that gets passed down from generation to generation in the Morgenstern family). The Morgenstern ring symbolizes the overall emotion of love. A place where this symbol shows significance, is when Clary finds out the truth about Jace, that he's not really her brother. "They stood there motionless not saying a word; slowly Clary took off the ring." Page 489. This shows how this ring symbolizes love because she took the ring off when she found out that Jace wasn't really her brother after all, and the only reason why she wore it in the first place was for Jace to make her motivated as a character. Moving on to City of Bones, one important symbol the text explains is a raven. The raven can symbolize many different things such as intelligence or wisdom, however, the main idea the raven symbolizes is also the emotion of love. One example of this is on page 237, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. St. Clare Of Assisi Research Paper Goodmorning Mr Capell and class, I am Cooper Webster and today I will be talking about St Clare of Assisi. I will be speaking about this remarkable person because she impacted the church deeply and help the poor and marginalised. St Clare of Assisi was born July 16, 1194 in Assisi which is in Italy. She was born into a family with another sister named Saint Agnes of Assisi. She was very wealthy child as her parents, Favorino Scifi and Ortolana were very fortunate. During this wealthy life she saw St Francis preaching when she was 18, he was preaching at a Lenten service in the church of San Giorgio in Assisi. After this event she asked St Francis to help her live in the manner of the gospel. Her parents were not happy with this because she was meant to be married into a line of family. St Clare of Assisi left her home to go out and change the lives of a group of less fortunate people and help them be noticed and helped more. She refused all offers from her parents and would not stay with them, she cut her hair, traded her expensive gown for a plain one and a vail. After this St Clare left and started a group called 'The Poor Ladies of San damiano', this group went out to help a group of young homeless people and give them support. St Clare died on the 11th of august, 1253 when she was aged 59. She was canonised as a saint on ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... St Clare was a radical reformer because she gave up her wealthy social status to become a poor person with a low social status, she did this to help a group of poor people who needed help and needed support. She became a social outcast like this group of less fortunate people. St Clare noticed that a social group in her society was suffering and being put out to an extreme manner, She took a risk to go out and take the initiative to help cure this problem. Although her father ordered her home, she refused all offers and made it certain to leave all she had to help this social ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. St. Clare Research Paper You, St. Clare the worthy servant of God, graced with beauty on earth and now the privilege of gazing at the kind and loving face of Jesus in the heavenly kingdom. Sheila, who is an unworthy sinner and do not deserve the privilege to serve God, who lives a sinful life due to the pleasures of the flesh and the lures of the world. St. Clare, through your way of life, you taught me the value of the cross and how one should look upon the crucified Christ daily. Contemplate and long to unite with Him (that is to dwell in his heart). St. Francis, you are not forgotten because you are a model for me and a spiritual friend to St. Clare, hearts entwined on earth for the love of Christ Crucified and now in heaven, with your hearts entwined pray ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. What Is The Theme Of Fate In Tess Of The DUrbervilles Eileen Wang Ms. Hallford AP Literature, Period 5 8 December 2017 Pulled by the Strings of Fate For much of human existence, the concepts of fate and free will have been explored as conflicting explanations for the lives we lead. In Genesis, our mortal suffering and the enmity between people are portrayed to be the consequences for that original expression of self–determination, when Adam and Eve chose to defy God and consume the forbidden fruit. However, the Lord's Prayer, as commonly recited in Christianity, states that "[God's] will be done in earth, as it is in Heaven," expressing the sentiment that our own desires ultimately cannot act against God's plans. This contradiction is further examined as a major element in Thomas Hardy's novel, Tess of the d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented. Beginning with the immediate introduction of the Durbeyfield's ancestry through Parson Tringham's offhand remark, Hardy strings together otherwise insignificant occurrences, which hold great power not only over the actions of his protagonist, Tess Durbeyfield, but other characters as well. Despite the differences between her lovers, Alec d'Urberville and Angel Clare, in their upbringings, they are both influenced by the male ego and society to oppress Tess, and as their journeys intertwine as they find themselves, the juxtaposition of the two men reveals the inevitability of the tragic fate they drive her towards. Family plays a major role in influencing the men, and where ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Descriptive Essay About My Village TITLE Get a Taste of the Irish Countryside in Doolin Village LEAD PARAGRAPH While metropolitan cities like Dublin are fun and exciting, nothing quite beats the tranquility and beauty of the Irish countryside. Rolling emerald hills, mossy trees, and adorable grazing sheep all over the place! Not to mention the countryside is your best bet for finding the best traditional Irish food and truly local goods. Doolin Village is small but has everything to offer from good food, drinks, handmade candies, clothing and accessories... all in one tiny place! PARAGRAPHS The entire village is a single street This is a tiny village in County Clare, Ireland. And when I say tiny, I mean literally one block long. You'd think you'd be underwhelmed, but the buildings have such a unique and classic flare, and they have a way of making you feel like you're in a fairytale. The folks of this little village are very welcoming, and the best part is you don't have to worry about large crowds! This village may be small, but trust me, you'll want to take pictures of every building and sign. This place has a way of making you feel right at home, even as a total tourist! On top of that, they're so used to tour buses stopping in, all of the shops are absolute pros at helping tourists and keeping up with whatever crowds come their way! A scenic village in the middle of scenic greenery The village is not only on a single street, but it's also only on one side of a single street. If you turn from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. francis of assisi Essay Francis of Assisi was a poor man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel literally–not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did, joyfully, without limit and without a mite of self–importance. Francis was famous for his love of all creation. He called for simplicity of life, poverty, and humility before God. He worked to care for the poor. Thousands were drawn to his sincerity, piety, and joy. In all his actions, Francis sought to follow fully and literally the way of life demonstrated by Christ in the Gospels. My report is going to discuss the life and contributions of St. Francis of Assisi. Francis of Assisi lived about eight hundred years ago. He was born in the city of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their longtime enemy, the nearby town of Perugia. When Francis was just barely twenty years old, he fought in the war between Assisi and Perugia and was taken prisoner. Most of the troops from Assisi were butchered in the fight. Only those wealthy enough to expect to be ransomed were taken prisoner. At last Francis was among the nobility like he always wanted to be, but chained in a harsh, dark dungeon. All accounts say that he never lost his happy manner in that horrible place. Finally, after a year in the dungeon, he was ransomed. Strangely, the experience didn't seem to change him. He gave himself to partying with as much joy and abandon as he had before the battle. That period shaped the young man's soul and the weaker his body became, the more deeply his sense of charity and love towards others took root in him. By the time he returned to Assisi, he was seriously ill. His mother's loving care and time itself brought him back to health, but the carefree life he had led before and which had started again by now, seemed empty to him. Driven by his dreams of being a soldier, he decided to follow a condottiere to the southern region of Apulia, but when he had gotten as far as Spoleto, the Lord appeared to him one night in a dream and ordered him to turn back. The words of God echoed in his mind like a summons. This marked the beginning of his gradual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Diverse Characters In Cassandra Clare's The Shadowhunter... Cassandra Clare's works, The Shadowhunter Chronicles, are full of diverse characters, and for various reasons. One reason being that she believes it is important for novels to have all different kinds of characters to reflect the world around us; because the world is diverse, the book she writes must also be diverse. She strives to create relatable characters so that readers of any sexual orientation, race, or gender are able to identify with her works. For example, Clare's choice of writing her main character as a young female was made because she would have wanted to read that as a teenager. Every character is created in order to give people, especially those who are not as represented in the media, someone to look up to or relate to. Cassandra Clare creates an important series for teenagers to read as they begin to discover who they are; the inclusion of racially diverse, LGBTQ+, and mentally disabled characters in Clare's The Mortal Instruments and The Dark Artifices gives young readers a variety of different characters so that any reader can see themselves in the novels. First and foremost, I would like to emphasize how important it is to have representation in young adult novels. A large part of the reason that teenagers read books is to read about someone that they can relate to. Being able to read about a character who has a lot in common with the reader helps the reader to not only feel connected to the book and its characters, but also to feel as if someone is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. St. Clare Of Assisi Essay Saint Report St. Clare of Assisi was born on July 16, 1194 and died on August 11, 1253. Clare lived in Assisi Italy her whole life and was one of the first followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. She was the oldest daughter of Favorino Sciffi, who was a wealthy representative of an ancient Roman family, who owned a large palace in Assisi and a castle. As a child, Clare was devoted to prayer. Even Though, There is no mention of this in any historical record, it is thought that Clare was to be wed in line with the family tradition. But, at the age of 18 she heard Francis preach during a Lenten service in the church of San Giorgio at Assisi, and asked him for his help to live after the way of the Gospel. On the night of Palm Sunday, March 20, 1212, she left her home, with her aunt Bianca, proceeded to the chapel of the Porziuncula to meet Francis. There, her hair was cut, and she gave him her beautiful gown for a plain robe and veil. Her father tried to persuade her to come home, but she told her father that she would have no other husband but Jesus Christ. Francis soon sent her away to another monastery of the Benedictine ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Clare as my patron saint because of her unconditional love for God. Her friends hated this work she was doing for God and her parents tried in every way to make her return home, but Clare would not. Soon her fifteen–year–old sister Agnes also joined her. Before long there was a small religious community. No matter what others thought of her work she still continued on, that is really what I strive for in my faith. Another reason why I chose St. Clare is that she never let anything get her down because she was always doing what she loved. St. Clare was sick for twenty–nine years before she died on August 11, 1253. But she was always joyful because she was serving the Lord. Some people worried that the nuns were suffering because they were so poor. "They say that we are too poor, but how can a heart which holds the infinite God be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Mortal Instruments Main characters[edit source | editbeta] Clarissa "Clary" Fray (also referred to as Fairchild and Morgenstern) is described to have long, curly red hair and bright green eyes. She is very small and thin and often viewed as younger than she actually is. Clary is an artist and in the first book, City of Bones, she believes she is a mundane, or a human without angelic powers. It is later revealed she is in fact a Shadowhunter, or a human with angelic qualities. Clary is described as being incredibly stubborn and often rushes into dangerous situations without thinking about the consequences. Her best friend in the series is Simon Lewis and she is dating Jace Lightwood. Jace Lightwood (also been referred as Wayland, Morgenstern, and Herondale) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Valentine was married to Clary's mother, Jocelyn, and they had two children: Jonathan and Clary. Valentine is believed to be dead in City of Bones but at the end the reader finds out he is alive and the father of Jace Wayland. In the following installment, City of Ashes, we discover that Valentine is stealing the Mortal Instruments in order to raise the angel Raziel. In City of Glass, Valentine's real son Jonathan, or Sebastian Verlac who he pretends to be in order to gain access into Idris and earn the Shadowhunters trust, shows up and we discover that Valentine fed demonic blood to his son in order to create a new breed of "Dark" Shadowhunters which are more powerful than ordinary Shadowhunters. Valentine is killed by the angel Raziel after he raises him from Lake Lyn. Critical reception[edit source | editbeta] City of Bones was highly popular at the time of release, reaching #8 on the New York Times Best Seller list (Children's books) in April 2007.[1] City of Ashes was one of the YALSA's top ten teen books for 2009.[2] Publishers Weekly commented that it "is a sprawling urban fantasy packed with just about every type of creature known to the genre".[3] Locus praised the book as "a highly readable first novel". [4] Booklist said that there was "plenty of romance, loss, honor, and betrayal to make the journey worthwhile. An experienced storyteller, Clare moves the plot quickly to a satisfying end."[5] School Library ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. Jorgen Helgi Research Paper Here stood a village, an ordinary village, consisting of farms, markets, wells, and a fair amount of houses for its population. It is the Thorpes village. It has everything any other village has, but it is very small, both in size in population. This is strange due to its age, as it's one of the oldest villages in the area. It has always remained small and always will be due to a savage tradition made by the village's founder, Amund Thorpes. The tradition states as follows: 'No two people shall share their day of birth in Thorpes. If this occurs, the village people must decide to sacrifice one of the two.' Jorgen Helgi is a farmer of Thorpes, with a beautiful wife, Disa. Jorgen's life has been very simple in Thorpes. He was born nearly 34 years ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Summary Of I Am By John Clare The poet John Clare wrote "I am" in the 1840s, the latter part of his life. It is easy to see from just the short biography that Rob Pope provides in Studying English Literature and Language that Clare was a troubled man. This characteristic of the poet is expressed extremely well in "I am" where he describes the melancholy emotions that plague him. Pope gives readers of Studying English Literature and Language a bit of context for Clare's poem. Clare was characterized as a 'peasant poet,' making his road to fame difficult. Perhaps the most prominent information provided was that Clare admitted to an asylum, not just once, twice during his life of seventy–one years. With this information, it is assumable that John Clare was not mentally healthy. "I am" was actually written during Clare's second institutionalization in an asylum, Northampton General Lunatic Asylum, that lasted from 1841 until the end of his life in 1866. In the first stanza of "I am," Clare explains the source of his sadness. He says that no one cares or knows of him, showing his feelings of alienation. He goes on to say that his "friends forsake" him, using an alliteration to draw the readers' attention. Without companions by his side, the estranged writer tells that he has to shoulder his burdens alone without outside comfort. In these lines, the poet uses the phrase 'I am' four times. This statement seems more like a cry in relation to the desperate tone of the poem. He seems to be telling people that he ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Augustine St. Clare of Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet... Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin leaves little room for interpretation of the author's moral point of view. Yet, there remains one big moral question that is not as easily answered. This is the question of the character of Augustine St. Clare––a man who espouses great ideals on the evils of slavery, yet continues to hold his own slaves. Is he a hero because of his beliefs or a villain because of his actions? And just how important is this question to understanding and responding to the novel, as a whole? If St. Clare were a minor character, showing up in just a chapter or two, as another stereotype, i.e. the southern slaveholder who doesn't like slavery, he ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... So St. Clare is like the founding fathers of America––he starts something he cannot finish. St. Clare did not literally begin the practice of slavery, but he supports it by his financial arrangements. Like the founding fathers, he's a great thinker, a believer in ideals, yet trapped by the practical world of reality. An issue very much at the center of Uncle Tom's Cabin.
  • 60. A world that appeared black–and–white to many of the abolitionists with whom Stowe associated was not so clear–cut to Stowe. She showed all sides of the issue as best as she could, despite her obvious bias against slavery. And St. Clare, the slaveowner who opposed slavery, is the biggest example of the moral ambiguity and contradictions that theissue of slavery, and by extension this novel, posed. St. Clare's moral ambiguity makes him tough to figure out. He says great things yet does horrible things. Perhaps not as horrible as Simon Legree, but the principle is the same––just like Legree, he holds slaves. He keeps other human beings in legal and social inferiority to himself. And in another way, he's even worse than Legree in that he makes promises he doesn't keep. He promises Tom his freedom, but does not deliver it. Legree at least is honest about his character and makes no pretensions to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 62. How St. Francis of Assissi and St. Clare Influenced My Faith Catholicism has always been an integral part of my life. I can remember from very early on standing in church and being overcome by the slender of the church and also the mass itself. As I grew up my love for Christ only became greater however my perception of God changed greatly. When I was younger I saw God as someone to be feared and obeyed, However as I matured I discovered that God wasn't someone to be feared, but rather God was someone to love. Through this change in perceptions I began to see God as more of a friend and role model, someone I could talk to whenever I was in trouble, lonely or in some cases just wanted to share life events. Through this class I have grown even closer to God. Seeing the devotion and love Saint Francis and Clare had for God inspired me to once again alter my perception of God. I see God in a new light in that God isn't asking us to be perfect, but just simply to try our best. In High School I was blessed with a very close group of friends, we came from different faiths and life styles however we all cared so much for one another and accepted and tried to learn about one another's faiths. So when one of my best friends came to me and said she was interested in joining the Catholic Church I was over joyed to help her discover the religion I love. As she began her RCIA classes she was a kid at Christmas, with every bit of new information she learned about Catholicism she became strong and stronger in her faith. She would have a new fact or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 64. An Alcoholics Anonymous Group Meeting At St. Clare Hospital From 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 4, 2015, I attended an Alcoholics Anonymous group meeting at St. Clare Hospital in Baraboo, Wisconsin. It was the Area 75 Conference of the "Friends of Bill Group". It was a truly sobering and enlightening experience and it made me appreciate my own life much more. This is especially true after a talk I had with a member of the group who asked to remain anonymous, suffice it to say that his story was a very tragic one. I would like to report on my general reaction and afterthoughts to the meeting, but I think it would appropriate to recount the member's story first. I talked to the man, who asked to go by "Richard", after the meeting concluded. We sat outside the conference room and drank coffee while he told me about his lifelong battle with alcohol and drugs. I think what struck out the most to me was just how sad and regretful his tone of voice was as he told his story to me. He recalled how he first shot up with heroin at the age of fourteen, and how his life was a vicious cycle of drugs and depression afterwards. "Richard" told me that he was in and out of juvenile halls throughout his teenage years and how, when he was supposed to be in school, would skip classes to drink on the curb or inject himself with heroin in some dirty gas station bathroom. "I was in and out of prisons too, once I got old enough." I remember him telling me. After two three year stints in prison on drug and alcohol related charges, the correctional ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 66. St. Clare Of Sciffi Research Paper On July 16, 1194 Chiara Offreduccio Sciffi (later known as St. Clare of Assisi) was born to the parents of Favorino and Ortolana Sciffi in Assisi, Italy. AS a kid she spent most of her day devoted to prayer. Her father was a wealthy representative and owned a large palace in Assisi and a castle on Mount Subasio. When she was 18 years old she heard Francis preach at a Lenton Service at the church of San Giorgio and asked him to help her live after the manner of the Gospel. On Palm Sunday, March 20, 1212, she left home with her Aunt Bianca and a friend to the chapel of the Porziuncula to meet Francis. Francis proceeded to cut off her hair and exchange her gown for a plain robe and habit. Her Father was not very supportive of her leaving the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 68. Uncle Tom's Cabin St. Clare Character Analysis Uncle Tom and his family are not the only ones going through family struggles. The introduction of the St. Clare family tells of turmoil in a family unit as St. Clare and his cousin, Ophelia, constantly debate over St. Clare's religious views. One day, St. Clare seems to be a faithful, Christian man who preaches devotion, but the next he proclaims his stance on not being a follower of Christ. St. Clare justifies his "preaching" by saying, "Nothing is easier than talking" (Stowe 152). Uncle Tom's Cabin regularly discusses religion and Christianity throughout the entirety of the novel, as being a devout Christian is one of the only things that gets Uncle Tom and many other slaves through life, and St. Clare's position on not following the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 70. City Of Bones Chapter Summaries Demons. Simply the name of these soulless creatures brings an unsettling feeling that makes most people cringe in fear. For Clarissa Fray, otherwise known as Clary, it is the very name of these creatures that brings her a sense of thrill. Clarissa Fray is the protagonist as well as one of the few people of this world to know about demons. She has been tasked with a heavy burden – a shadowhunter. What is a shadowhunter? The Shadowhunters are Nephilim – humans with angel blood. The world that Clary knows of is not in fact a great place to live; however it is the opposite – a dystopia, a world where demons freely roam the earth. Her goal? To bring a sense of harmony to the world by ridding the earth of demons and "downworlders", humans with demon blood. Piling on complicated relationships with a fellow shadowhunter named Jace Wyland, drama with Clarissa's best friend Simon, and a missing mother, Clary evidently has a lot more than she can handle on her plate; especially when the person rumored to kidnapped her mother was none other than Valentine Morgenstern, the same person who was thought to be Jace's father's murderer and the antagonist in the trilogy. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare is the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Similar to a community, everything has to be flawless in order for a book to thrive. Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments, does an astounding job on carefully weaving together all the strands of a perfect novel and creating an immaculate story for teens. For me, the most exciting part about reading City of Bones was the completely unexpected plot drops. From finding out that Jace is actually her older brother, to finding out Valentine is her biological father, City of Bones brings a sense of thrill while turning every page. Some stories in the past that I haven't enjoyed as much such as After the First Death by Robert Cormier also include plot twists, however aren't as engrossing or as gripping as City of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 72. The Mortal Instruments City Of Bones Essay Amanda Van Der Merwe 'Everything you've heard about monsters, about nightmares, legends whispered around campfires...all the stories are true'– Isabelle Lightwood. 'The Mortal Instruments, City of Bones', written by Cassandra Clare in the early 2000's, follows the seemingly ordinary teenager, Clary Fray as she discovers that she descents from a line of warriors, locked in an ancient battle to protect the 'mundane' world from demons. After the sudden disappearance of her mother, Clary must join forces with a group of young Shadowhunters, who introduces her to a dangerous and alternative New York; called the Shadow world, filled with demons, werewolves, vampires and many other deadly creatures. From examining this dynamic text; Cassandra ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Through this example, Cassandra shows us how Jace's outlook on love changed throughout the story– in this quote Alec Lightwood; 'parabatai' of Jace, explains to Clary how dissimilar Jace has become ever since Clary became known to him, because this is the first time that Jace has ever 'allowed himself to love'. A example beyond this text that shows the power of love, is the story of the Russian couple Boris and Anna Kozlov. They got married in 1946 and three days after their ceremony, Boris was called back to his unit in the Red Army. The two never saw each other for 60 years, with Anna's family being exiled and Boris left in the army with no contact, but they never stopped loving each other. Miraculously, Boris and Anna arrived at the same town after six decades and all their feelings for one another returned. The time spent away from each other had not destroyed the bond they once had. Anna and Boris got married again, and become the lovely old couple everyone admires. "We have a love that moves the sun and all the other stars." Also, Cassandra teaches us the importance of family. The conflict of the story, revolves around the unexpected disappearance of Clary's mother; Jocelyn. Clary than willingly dives into the 'unknown and dangerous Shadow world', in search of her loving 'mother'. Clary will do anything to find her mother and make sure she is safe. This demonstrates the incredibly strong and true bond between a mother and her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. Compare And Contrast Shelby And Marie St. Clare Mrs. Shelby and Marie St. Clare in Uncle Tom's Cabin Brandi N. Harris November 20, 2014 A Paper Presented to Meet Partial Requirements For HIS 2111 Dalton State College Introduction Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin was a novel written in times of unrest where slavery was a controversial topic and women 's rights were still suffering. Uncle Tom's Cabin showed the grim reality of slavery and showed the importance for women to gain a societal role beyond the domestic domain. The reading contains a number of major characters throughout the novel. The two most notable characters we will discuss is Mrs. Shelby and Marie St. Clare. Throughout this paper we will compare and contrast these two characters and give specific examples to illustrate the similarities and differences between these two unique individuals. The first character we will discuss is Emily Shelby who is the wife of Arthur Shelby who is a Kentucky Plantation owner and the owner of Uncle Tom. Mrs. Shelby is a kind, loving, and Christian woman who is strongly opposed to slavery and takes it upon herself to treat them with most respect. Mrs. Shelby from a spiritual standpoint cares about her slaves relationship with God and teaches his word to them. Mr. Shelby and Mrs. Shelby treat the slaves with kindness but differ significantly in regards to slavery. Unlike other women of this time period, Mrs. Shelby stands by her views and morals regardless if her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 76. Character Analysis Of Tess Of The D Urbervilles There usually is not a clear response to situations people endure, which leads humanity turning to others for help. These situations can be simple, like choosing an outfit; they can also be complex, like marriage. Despite the severity of the situation, peoples' choices are influenced by the opinions and actions of others. Choices are made every day and those decisions are present in the world of fiction and non–fiction. Thomas Hardy uses this idea in his novel, Tess of the d'Ubervilles. The protagonist, Tess, is placed in many stressful situations throughout the novel, not because of her own flaws, but due to the actions of others. Her magnanimous behavior on top of the actions of her parents John and Joan, and the characters Alec and Angel lead to her catastrophic downfall. To begin, Tess's parents John and Joan have many flaws that are a result from the economy and personal vices. This novel was written during the time period where England's economy was turning away from feudalism and mercantilism into industrialization. The advancement in technology meant a decreased in human labor. With a large family ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Before the passing of his father, Simon Stoke d'Urberville, Alec is taught the importance of solely money. He is heir to a fortune and uses this wealth to support his sexual behaviors. He begins with buying Tess's family a horse and a few days later rapes Tess while she is asleep. She leaves the farm and Alec does not come back into her life for four years. He preaches to her saying he is a changed man but tensions begin to rise and Tess strikes him with a work glove. Alec response he "'will be your master again"' (Hardy 414). The cause of this confrontation is the Marriage between Angel Clare and Tess during those four years since the poultry farm. Angel is the third and final character which leads to Tess's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. francis of assisi Essay Francis of Assisi was a poor man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel literally–not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did, joyfully, without limit and without a mite of self–importance. Francis was famous for his love of all creation. He called for simplicity of life, poverty, and humility before God. He worked to care for the poor. Thousands were drawn to his sincerity, piety, and joy. In all his actions, Francis sought to follow fully and literally the way of life demonstrated by Christ in the Gospels. My report is going to discuss the life and contributions of St. Francis of Assisi. Francis of Assisi lived about eight hundred years ago. He was born in the city of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their longtime enemy, the nearby town of Perugia. When Francis was just barely twenty years old, he fought in the war between Assisi and Perugia and was taken prisoner. Most of the troops from Assisi were butchered in the fight. Only those wealthy enough to expect to be ransomed were taken prisoner. At last Francis was among the nobility like he always wanted to be, but chained in a harsh, dark dungeon. All accounts say that he never lost his happy manner in that horrible place. Finally, after a year in the dungeon, he was ransomed. Strangely, the experience didn't seem to change him. He gave himself to partying with as much joy and abandon as he had before the battle. That period shaped the young man's soul and the weaker his body became, the more deeply his sense of charity and love towards others took root in him. By the time he returned to Assisi, he was seriously ill. His mother's loving care and time itself brought him back to health, but the carefree life he had led before and which had started again by now, seemed empty to him. Driven by his dreams of being a soldier, he decided to follow a condottiere to the southern region of Apulia, but when he had gotten as far as Spoleto, the Lord appeared to him one night in a dream and ordered him to turn back. The words of God echoed in his mind like a summons. This marked the beginning of his gradual ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...