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If you have 4 poems to compare better to focus on A and give brief ideas about C this essay I shall compare Wilfred Owen’s Futility, a short poem of two stanzas written during the First World War, with that of Louse Hunting by Isaac Rosenberg. This second choice, in contrast, is a longer poem, again with two stanzas, but is in free verse unlike Owen’s which has hints of rhyme and half rhyme. Both men were killed in action during the war and their poems give differing accounts of the horror and reality of war, the major theme.

Powell’s talent, or one of them anyway, is building in such tactile sensations as a breeze swirling, or an amp blaring, or the feeling of a lover’s mud covered fingers squishing between your own. It’s moving, it’s startling and it’s very much of its time and place. Get your copy in August.

Anyone that believes that third party is the way to vote, isn’t paying attention. It’s a wasted vote, and it’s dereliction of duty to country as a citizen. I’m sure you actually agree with me. Mulberry Street was once a Little Italy stronghold, but Soho has swallowed all but a couple of blocks of that now enclave, and new restaurants from other parts of the globe have usurped territory. One of those celebrates a different and less ubiquitous, at least in New York Mediterranean region: Balaboosta pays homage to husband owners Stefan Nafziger and Einat Admony’s native Israel, building on the success of their tiny West Village falafel shop, Tam. Admony maintains a bright menu of staples fried olives with labne and harissa oil, crispy cauliflower with pine nuts and currants as well as a daily list of specials, noted on a chalkboard and worth perusing for treats like lamb loin braised until it submits, quivering, to the touch of a fork.

On Thursday, I made blue cheese hamburgers on toasted brioche slices, with leeks, roasted garlic and parmesan crisps. The parmesan crisps were an impulsive purchase from Whole Foods on the walk from the meat counter to the cash register. The roasted garlic is from the Cheese Board Collective.

The current problem that the store faces is that it is nearly six times the size of any retail store that the site is zoned for, and the Department of Buildings has not yet issued an exemption. The store planned for the site is which is somewhat larger to say the least. DNAinfo that the developers of the site were informed in early March of this year that their permits would be revoked for failure to comply with city code.

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