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Who is in Charge in Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress?”

In Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress,” ultimately, no one  physical character is “in charge” in the poem, as the natural and unyielding power...

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The Correlation Between Alzheimer’s Dementia and Physical Exercise

The year is certainly not 2012, but when asked, my grandpa will tell you that it is. Ten percent of people age 65 and...

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Utilizing Language to Display Emotional Vulnerability as a way to Strengthen Relationships

When one is in a state of emotional vulnerability, he/she has lost power, and this power is now placed on the other person, the...

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