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Subject: Spanish

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¿Cuál es el rol de la influenza de los Estados Unidos en Latinoamérica?

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La llamada de la aventura es un concepto que es muy común en cuentos donde un héroe hace todo lo posible para hacer bien. Sin embargo, José Martí y José Enrique Rodo usan otro tipo de llamado en su escritura. En ambas lecturas hay un llamado a los jóvenes de Latinoamérica para despertar del sueno que esta cubriendo la mirada de lo que esta realmente pasando. Aunque las perspectivas de José Martí son diferentes a las ideas de José Enrique Rodo, ambos pueden reconocer que hay un problema en Latinoamérica que necesita la atención de los jóvenes, como la nueva generación. Martí es mas critico de la influencia de los E.E.U.U en Latinoamérica, se preocupa del poder que tienen en decidir el futuro de Latinoamérica. El llamado a los jóvenes es para que despierten y luchen contra un nuevo invasor, los E.E.U.U que está tratando de apoderarse de los recursos naturales que hacen Latinoamérica las naciones que son. Este llamado también sirve para hacer una llamada de unidad a los países Latinoamericanos para estar unidos en la lucha. Unidos Latinoamérica se convierte en una fuera gigante que ha estado dormida por mucho tiempo. Martí tiene una perspectiva de los E.E.U.U mas negativa de la de Rodo. Mientras Martí clasifica a los E.E.U.U como “cazador de siete leguas”, Rodo tiene una perspectiva que es diferente a la de Martí. Rodo en su ensayo usa la llamada a los jóvenes para tratar de imitar a los E.E.U.U en su poder, pero para mejorar a Latinoamérica y poder tener una propia identidad. Rodo mira a los E.E.U.U como un ejemplo de lo que Latinoamérica puede ser por la historia de como los E.E.U.U vino hacer la nación grande que ahorra es. Rodo de cierta manera tienen mas esperanza, y quiere transmitir esa esperanza a los jóvenes. Al hacer esto crea la ilusión que unidos la nueva generación de latinoamericanos pueden hacer que Latinoamérica crezca en poder similar a los E.E.U.U.

Subject: Writing

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What is necessary for a well-written paper?

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Yelena B.
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A well-written paper needs to have the basics like sentence structures, fluidity, and a thesis. However, what makes a paper stand out even in an academic setting is the author's voice. No matter how well-written a paper is if there is no hint of your thoughts or feelings toward the subject, there will be something missing. There is only so much research and analysis that can be done. Your paper to really be deemed as yours needs you.

Subject: Literature

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How does the Trujillo regime continue to play a role in the Dominican Republic/ Dominicans throughout The Brief and Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao?

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Our lives are filled with extraordinary events that occur daily that are often disregarded by a busy routine. In the novel, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz, Oscar tells the story of his mother, a tale that seems too tragic to be real. Oscar tells his mother’s story not only to understand the motives behind her actions but to explain fuku. Fuku is a concept that many Dominicans believe in equivalent to bad luck or karma. Fuku plays an important role not only in the life of Oscar but his families as well. This fuku goes back to the Trujillo regime in the Dominican Republic and how the evil deeds performed by Trujillo not only impacted the island but the inhabitants of the island. Oscar introduces the reader to the concept of fuku not only to get the reader to understand what he is speaking about but to also showcase instances of magical realism. An idea that explains how extraordinary events can take place in ordinary life. This relates to how the regime of Trujillo was so devastating that the events seemed to unreal despite being the reality of many. The regime of Trujillo was a time where no one was safe and fear consumed everyone. Trujillo made sure to create a panic and a fear where neighbors told on neighbors, mothers on daughters, and families on loved ones. There was a secret police that ensured no one could complain or even question Trujillo and his government. Families were forced to hide and send their daughters to the United States to escape the torturous encounters with the police. Oscar’s mom was one of those daughters that could escape however her life wasn’t as easy nor as pleasant as she expected. Oscar makes the connection that his mother had such a hard life not only because she was experiencing the effects of migration but because the fuku that was attached to the island followed her. The fuku was attached to her not only because she lived on the island but because she escaped Trujillo’s regime when many couldn’t. This bad luck did not only affect her life but it also affects the lives of her children but most importantly it affected how she cared for them. Oscar being the male of the house was cared for and coddled not only by his mother but by his sister as well. As far as Oscar knew his life was good, all he had to worry about were his comic books and grades at school.

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