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My American Dream Essay: Writing About Hope and Inspiration

It is much too simplistic to say that this is an essay about the American dream. While this essay does require that you explore answers to the question, 'what is the american dream?' your options for answering that question are nearly without limit. You can explore this topic by examining your own thoughts on the American dream. You can turn to literature to explore this.

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5 Steps to Writing an Exemplification Essay

When you write an exemplification essay, you validate a statement or an idea by providing examples to support that statement or idea. The better your examples are, the more convincing your essay will be. This can be a challenging essay for students, because it takes a lot of effort to find the best possible examples and then write them in a way that supports your point of view.

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The Things-Fall-Apart Essay – Anyone Can Relate

There is a children’s book titled, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day. It is a classic among modern children’s literature today, but unless you have young kids, you probably have not read it. It’s a humorous tale of young Alex for whom absolutely everything goes wrong that could, all in one day.

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The Frankenstein Essay – A Novel Written in a Weekend

Mary Shelley, her husband, and another couple were vacationing in Switzerland when they got snowed in. To pass the time, they decided to have a contest. Each of them would write a horror tale. At the end of the weekend, everyone agreed that Mary’s story was the best. Shortly thereafter, the short book was published and, as they say, “the rest is history.”

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8 Best Books For College Students

Much of your college study is still steeped in tradition and the “classics.” Reading for a literature class, for example will focus on the “classics” of literature which began in medieval Europe. Books for college students for required outside reading in history, political science, philosophy, psychology, economics and sociology will also focus on the “classics” – Freud, Keynes, Kluckhorn, Kant, Jung, and so forth.

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Student Success Strategies: Boys vs. Girls

Many people balk at the idea that different genders need different things in order to achieve the same level of success. Some people believe that establishing gender based teaching or success strategies will result in the coddling or favoring of one gender over another. Others believe that these strategies will build resentment between the genders.

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Topic Ideas for a Great American Revolution Essay

The American Revolution was more than an event that resulted in the founding of the United States. It was a previously unheard of action that made impacts that were felt all over the globe. In fact, the effects of the American Revolution are still in evidence today.

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Christopher Columbus Essay Topic Ideas

If you are like most students, you probably first learned about Christopher Columbus in early grade school. Chances are you learned that he led a fleet of three ships across the ocean to find India, but instead found America. Now that you are a college student, you probably understand that the history of Christopher Columbus is much more complicated than that, and not quite as flattering as you were originally taught.

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3 Ways to Make Money in College

If you are like many college students, you can always use a bit more money. Unfortunately, employment opportunities may be limited in your area, or your busy schedule may keep you from working at a traditional job with standard hours. If this is the case, you have to pursue other money making opportunities.

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Cause and effect essay

A cause and effect essay entails writing about why certain things happen and the eventual results that come afterwards. It is one of the best methods of organizing and discussing ideas especially if the subject at hand is complicated.

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