Words of Wisdom:

"to rid yourself of desire to be empty to attain enlightment" - Gautam

Essays on If i Were a Fish

  1. Fish Crate Christmas
    This is the time of year I like to sit back and take a visit to my earlier years when times were really tough. <br /> <br /> When I was a kid, we were so poor; the people on Welfare were considered better off. My father usually got laid off...
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  2. Fish Farming Is Good For The Human Culture
    Fish Farming is Necessary for Feeding the Population Are fish farms really necessary for feeding the world’s population? Many people have asked this question for...
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  3. Fisherman Spends More Than 80 Days Without Catching a Fish
    ! A very unlucky man goes fishing every morning and comes back with an empty skiff. Havana, Cuba – Every...
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  4. What Techniques Does Seamus Heaney Use To Create a Vivid And Unusual Image Of a Fish In His Poem, ‘Trout’?
    The theme of this poem is about a ‘Trout.’ We can picture the texture, movement shape and size of the fish with the variety of similes and metaphors he uses. The tone of the...
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  5. Gas Exchange- Insect, Fish, Mammals
    is the nature of water. Water is dense and supplies buoyancy, supporting the fish. Thus the fish uses no energy to support itself and can survive with a lower level...
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  6. The Fish
    of bringing him onto the boat. She seems very disconnected from this fish, who is just the target of fishing. When she gets the chance to take a good look at him, it...
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  7. Fish And Sea
    In this brilliant portrait of the oceans’ unlikely hero, H. Bruce Franklin shows how menhaden have shaped America’s national—and natural—history, and why reckless...
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  8. Review Of Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass
    also do. The men and women slaves received eight pounds of pork or fish and one bushel of corn meal monthly. On a yearly basis, they received...
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  9. Phillippe Jaques
    after Louis Riel was hanged. Because he fought in the battle at Duck Lake, Fish Creek and Batoche, He was hunted down by some of the remaining rebels and severly...
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  10. Frederick Douglass
    as, “perfectly helpless,” a “half-famished fugitive,” a “helpless fish,” and “the toil-worn, whip-scarred fugitive sl...
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  11. The Old Man And The Sea
    is also looked down upon by many of the younger fishermen in the Cuban fishing village where he lives. This book is set in the late 1930's and, I as...
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  12. The Red Pony
    that live around his house. There is a bay near Jody'shouse where his father fishes. Jody was the main character in the book. He was a boy whoworked with his...
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  13. The House On Clydesdale Lane
    my sister and me and tickling us until we screamed. We played games of "go-fish" and Chinese checkers as we waited for supper to be ready. We always ate...
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  14. i Think i'm Pretty Sure i Remember What You Did Last Summer
    name was Bill Oldladison and he was a pretty nice guy. He let us borrow his fishing gear and all. That night Luke decided to raise the alcohol...
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  15. a Week Of Relaxation
    air of peacefulness, of happiness, and of serenity. I watch as the bird’s dive for fish, and the dolphins glisten in the sunlight as they swim back and forth...
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  16. Sylvia Plath
    the baby will be ready to cope with any eventuality (“Gilled like a fish”) without needing to rely on others for support (“Wrapped up in...
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  17. The Physical Regions Of Canada
    people in a small area. These people's number one natural resource has been fishing. Since they live right on the coast of the Atlantic ocean, its no...
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  18. Chile
    the sheep of the far southern region of Chile. There aren't many freshwater fishes native to Chile, but lake trout, introduced from North America, can...
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  19. Maya
    BC, the Maya had settled along Caribbean and Pacific coasts, forming egalitarian fishing communities. Certainly by 2000 BC the Maya had also moved inland...
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  20. Ancient Greece
    access to native markets, and they supplied the Greeks with the meat, dried fish, hides, wool, and many other valuable resources. This trade exposed the domestic...
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  21. Great Britain
    of Britain is far from the sea, which is an important resource for fishing, tourism and ports. Britain’s rivers provide drinking water for towns, and...
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  22. 1950’s Youth Culture
    and the! butcher. You could not get something like a cantaloupe from the fish market, or shrimp from the butcher. My dad tried to explain to me the style...
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  23. United State's Involvement In The Vietnam War
    highly as a rationalization, stated that one way to be sure to catch a fish would be to eliminate the water, just as a method killing "Charlie" would...
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  24. The Politics Of Equality
    serving classes. Their ultimate goal is to form something resembling a school of fish, leaderless and responding only to a collective instinct. I would say that so...
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  25. Regenerating Tissues
    to regenerate their CNS. The same experiment performed on the fish above yielded completely different results when done on adult mammals. Severing...
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  26. Typhoid Fever
    at room temperature for long periods of time. Don't swim or fish in polluted waters, and don't eat fish that may have been caught in such waters. As a last resort...
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  27. El Nino
    in the toad and bird populations. The new lakes also created a temporary habitat for fish that had migrated up stream from the sea and had become trapped. Many of...
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  28. The Enviromental Degradation As a Result Of Overpopulation
    hundred more times acidic than it should be(Brown, 1994, p.182). Not only fish and lakes and rivers are dying, but forests as well. The IPCC...
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  29. Exxon Valdez 10 Years Later
    300,000 sea birds, 2,600 sea otters, 300 harbor seals, and perhaps millions and millions of fish. Of the 23 studied species hurt by the spill only 2 are said to be...
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  30. Vegetarianism
    to eating meat. Though not practical for everyone, hunting and fishing bypass any potential ecological destruction associated with plant or animal agriculture...
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