The average man does not want to be free. He simply wants to be safe, was said by
American essayist and social critic H.L. Mencken. A lot of men and women, including myself,
live by this quote in the United States. If a person wanted to be free they would
Catherine Burks-Brooks was a 21-year-old from Birmingham, AL and was a student at Tennessee
State University when she volunteered for the Nashville Movement Freedom Ride. On May 18 th, she
bantered with the ultra-segregationist Birmingham Public Safety Co
1. Act One: Scene One: A Hall in the Capulet's House is perhaps the most
important social occasion in the play. It introduces us to the families, their social
status, what the beliefs of the society were, who the characters are, and most
Unusual word arrangement: MARCELLUS
We do it wrong, being so majestical,
To offer it the show of violence,
For it is, as the air, invulnerable,
And our vain blows malicious mockery.
Omissions: Whether in sea or fire, in eart
1. How would you have respond to this question, had it been assigned to you?
If assigned this question, I would have chosen to remain neutral on the issue.
2. Review the documents. Which documents would be helpful in sup
14. The function of the narrator of the passage can best be described as
An omniscient observer
A participant observer
An involved spectator
A disinterested bystander
A concerned participant
I struggled with this question because at first I
Plutarchs Lives : 1. The subjects of the lives are idealistic men who founded the early classical republics.
2. He learns about towns and cities where large groups of men and women live together, so he discovers
the idea of human society. 3. He finds out
Tone and Mood in "Sailing to Byzantium"
How do the images listed on the
left influence the tone or mood
of this poem? Consider the
authors attitude towards the
physical body, aging, and nature
as opposed to his position on
intellect, art, immortali
Major Works Data Sheet
This quote clearly illustrates the theme
that the European presence in Africa was
futile and cruel. The Europeans at the outer
The work was going on. The work! And
this was the place where some of the helpers station were work
The farmer describes how he and his generation were raised, born and will die on
their land or as he says dirt. The bank disagrees and suggest the farmers to get off the
land as they are told to crush their homes.
"The bank is something more than men, I t
From reading my articles, I have learned many fascinating things in the life of
migrant workers (despite the fact that theyre harsh and awful). From reading these
articles, you can almost experience the life and conditions these farm workers have
Many humans today enjoy excellent oral health and are keeping their natural
teeth throughout their lives. But this is not the case for everyone. Cavities still remains
as the most prevalent chronic disease of childhood. Dental practices are beyond than
The Crucible: Act I
1. Parris questions Abigail about the girls dancing in the woods and about whether her name is
good in the village.
2. Abigail claims that Elizabeth Proctor dismissed her because she was lazy, but says that the
Proctors wanted her to w
Major Works Data Sheet
In this column, choose five
quotations from the text, one
focusing on each of the following
In this column, analyze the
significance of your quotations.
Allow the following questions
to guide your responses: Why i