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The Jane Austen Society of North America - Essay Contest Winners

The Jane Austen Society of North America Winning Essays

Essay Contest winners are announced each September, and the very clever first-place essays in each division are posted. To read past winnings entries, use the following links:

  • 2015 Living in Jane Austen’s World
  • 2014 Silence in Mansfield Park
  • 2013 Time in Pride and Prejudice
  • 2012 Sex, Money and Power in Jane Austen’s Fiction
  • 2011 Wealth and Happiness in Sense and Sensibility
  • 2010 Mayhem in Northanger Abbey
  • 2009 Siblings in Jane Austen’s Novels
  • 2008 Masterpiece Theatre Adaptations
  • 2007 Mystery and Danger in Emma
  • 2006 New Perspectives on Austen’s Characters
  • 2005 Jane Austen’s Letters in Fact and Fiction
  • 2004 The Changing Worlds of Jane Austen
  • 2003 The Importance of Home and Family in Austen’s Life and Works
  • 2002 The World of Jane Austen: Social, Domestic, and Political
  • 2001 Music and Dancing in Austen’s Novels and the Film Adaptations

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Essay contest: My biggest regret

I wish I had spent more time with my sister

By Bellen Avelar , Clark Magnet HS (La Crescenta)

Bellen wears a jacket and pins that belonged to her sister Quira, who died almost three years ago.
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I have always heard people say, “Don’t have any regrets.” For some reason I believed it was true. Why regret something if there is nothing you can do to change the past? On January 14, 2007 I realized that I did have one regret—not spending more time with Quira, my sister. Quira was a loving and caring person, someone who could make you smile. She had cerebral palsy and on January 14, 2007 she passed away.

I remember the day as if it were yesterday. The day before, my mom, Quira and I went to a birthday party. We got home late and woke up late the next morning. I had to run an errand and my mom went to the kitchen to make breakfast. I was with my sister Elsy’s husband when he got a phone call. He told me to run to his car. I was scared not knowing what was going on. It felt like the longest car ride of my life. When we were about five minutes away from my house he told me that maybe my sister had passed away. I could not move. I could not cry. My body went cold. When I got home I saw the ambulance and my family around my house. I ran and saw my mom and Elsy crying and I knew it was true, Quira was dead. I have never felt so much pain in my life. I started to cry and hugged Elsy.

For the next few days my life was a blur. I would go to school and forget Quira was dead and feel that she was still alive, but when I would get home, the day of her death replayed. It was a recurring nightmare.

As time went by I started to think of all the things Quira and I had not done together, all the things she missed in life. I regret not doing more for her. I regret not telling her thank you for all the things she did for me. I regret not saying sorry for making her feel bad or for upsetting her. I regret not making an effort to help her when she needed my help. I regret not being there to defend her when people made fun of her. I regret not accompanying her when she had doctor appointments. I have many regrets when it comes to all of the things I could’ve done and did not do.

Now that she is dead I realize how much I didn’t do for her. If I could go back in time and be a better sister I would do it without thinking. I would change my attitude and help much more. I would stop being so selfish. I know death is a part of life, but that doesn’t stop death from hurting.

It has been almost three years since Quira passed away and I still feel terrible. When I heard about this contest I knew it was the perfect opportunity for me to let go of all the pain I feel. I want people to know to never go to sleep mad at someone or without telling the person “I love you” because you never know if they will wake up.

I want people to learn from my mistake and appreciate their loved ones. Now that I have written this I feel a lot better and hopefully I will no longer hold on to all these regrets. My sister passed away and holding on to regrets will not bring her back to life. Instead of thinking of all my regrets, I should focus on the beautiful moments we had together.

My father is in prison

By J.S.. Washington Prep HS

When I was 11, I didn’t make a good choice. One night I was watching TV with my cousins while my dad was drinking with his friends in the other room. A few moments later I heard a lot of commotion and arguing. I went to check on my dad and he was ready to fight. I pulled him out of the room to talk but he wasn’t willing to listen to me. I then told him to take me home.

We were walking down the street because we lived just down the block. He seemed pretty mad about what had happened, but I had no idea how he felt. As we walked up the steps he kissed me on my forehead and said “I love you.” At that point I knew something was wrong. He then walked away as I went in the house.

The next day I received some bad news. Two of my neighbors had been reported dead. Then it hit me—the reason my dad didn’t stay the night and the reason he didn’t tuck me into bed and the reason he didn’t eat dinner with me. I regret not pushing him to stay the night with me and my mother, sister and brother. Maybe I would still have my father to look up to and count on instead of him being in prison. He was my everything, my other half, my best friend and a loving father. I didn’t get why this would happen to me at such a young age. I figured I was cursed or just had bad luck with the things that were most important to me.

As the years went by I cried a lot, but as I got older I realized I had to live with it. I never forgave my dad for leaving me. He would write me letters but I would never reply. I didn’t know what to say. When I was mature enough to understand everything I wrote him back and expressed all my feelings. I was just so angry because he said he would never leave me again. Maybe if I would have had a clue or was old enough to change his mind that night, I would still have my father.

A sketchy Internet relationship

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Not too long ago, I was in a “relationship” with someone I met on MySpace. We had never met and I had never even been in a relationship. The fact that we were both gay and had to keep it secret from our friends made the situation more awkward. We first had to come out to each other and our “relationship” grew from there. Soon after we started our conversations, we decided that it was time to hear each other’s voices, so we started to talk on the phone. Now, keep in mind that I still had never met this person. For all I knew, he could’ve been a 50-year-old man pretending to be a young adult, yet I stupidly continued to talk to him.

We talked on the phone nightly until the wee hours of the morning. This left me grumpy in the morning, and my schoolwork became sloppy. This relationship with a person that I really didn’t know was affecting every aspect of my life. My friends didn’t know why I was mad, my teachers didn’t know why my work kept getting worse and worse, and my parents didn’t know what was happening to their son.
Things felt OK for a while, but the guy slowly began to show his true colors. Every conversation we had, online or on the phone, kept getting more and more sexual. All that mattered to him was sex. What’s worse is that I played along with everything that was happening.

Eventually, we decided that it was time to meet. Deciding on the place was difficult. I wanted a public place like the mall, but all of his suggestions were private places. He invited me to his house, or a little cove with plenty of deserted areas where anything could happen. It was clear that he was either an online pedophile or a guy my age who was looking only for sex. Whichever it was, I refused to go along with it. I finally made the decision not to go.

After I missed the first meeting, we stopped writing. We essentially broke up. However, this could barely be labeled a breakup because it wasn’t much of a healthy relationship to start with.

The decisions I made while talking to him were stupid, and I still feel unbelievably angry with myself for doing it. I am constantly asking myself, “Why did you play along with what he was saying?” I knew that I wasn’t ready for what was going on, yet I pushed myself to do it anyway, thinking that somehow it was what I needed.

I regret trying to force myself to find someone, and I regret doing the things I did to try and keep a boyfriend. I regret feeling that I needed someone because I felt like everyone else had someone. I regret every decision I made during the entire ordeal, and am glad that I had the power to say no. Although I said no after so many things had gone by, I am proud that I didn’t go through with meeting him. I learned valuable lessons that I will never forget. I learned about the strength I possess. And I know now that drawing the line, and saying no to something you don’t believe in, is not a bad thing to do. Stand up for yourself and say no when you know something isn’t right.

I’m sorry I bullied my brother

By Kevin Melendez. Birmingham Community Charter HS

Bullying my brother is my biggest regret. It’s something I should’ve never done.

I know what you’re probably thinking, that I’m a cruel brother. I don’t hit my brother anymore. One reason is because I got in trouble too much. The second reason is he got hurt badly. My brother rarely got bruises. Then there were times that I made him cry. Not really a good feeling when you think about it.

For a while my brother wouldn’t want to be around me, not even when we were at a party where we had no one to talk to and didn’t know anyone. He avoided me at home and anywhere else he could. I don’t blame him for what he did. I mean getting hit in the arm just because your brother is angry or jealous isn’t something you want. It probably made him fear me. I should never have let my anger get the best of me.

I wonder how my relationship with my brother would be if I hadn’t been so cruel and evil. I see my friend’s strong and healthy relationships with his siblings, knowing that could have been my brother and I. We have an “OK” relationship now, but I can’t raise my hand without him flinching. It’s not as bad as it used to be because he rarely does that anymore. Still it makes me feel like a monster when he does.

I wish I could go back in time and take it all back, make sure that my anger didn’t get the best of me. No one should let their anger get the best of themselves or pick on someone just because you’re angry, no matter what. Trust me, it’s not a great feeling when you pick on someone. It makes you feel like a monster. You should have a relationship that has trust and a strong bond. Don’t have a relationship that’s based on fear.



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TWI's annual high school ethics essay contest is a fantastic means for encouraging critical thinking and ethical reasoning, and for generating thoughtful classroom discussion about each individual’s ethical responsibilities for the choices they make. These essay contest pages offer information about the year's contest and provide ways to encourage classroom discussion using the contest topic.

Our annual high school ethics essay contest is open to juniors and seniors at participating high schools. The top junior and top senior essays at each eligible participating school receive a $500 cash scholarship.

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In 1995, TWI launched an annual ethics essay contest in one local high school—Chandler High School. That year we received two essays. Undaunted by the small level of participation, the Board of Directors voted to expand the level of the contest and to reach out to include the community in the evaluation process. The essay contest quickly gained momentum and, throughout the past 17 years, over 20,000 students have discussed a provocative ethics topic in their classrooms and participated in writing an essay responding to the ethical questions involved. TWI has awarded over $100,000 in student scholarships to high school juniors and seniors.

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Niti Aayog

Niti Aayog

NITI Aayog -It is a replacement of Planning Commission. NITI is an acronym for National Institution

of Transforming India. This came into effect on 1 Jan 2015 launched by PM Mr. Narendra Modi.

Name has been changed because from now on it will leave behind all the old strategies and work in

new way to transform the India and to identify the factors that hinder the growth.

Now the question arises why we needed NITI Aayog. First of all the planning commission which was set up by first prime minister Jawaharlal Lal Nehru on March 15, 1950 has actually failed to utilize

the country’s resources in order to increase the production of goods and providing employment to people.

Second is. even after 65 years of independence it provided 12 five year plans and 6 annual plan but

it had failed to achieve what it should have done i.e. the removal of the corruption from the country

Overpopulation ,Illiteracy. Poverty. Unemployment. Terrorism, Religious violence, Caste related

violence. misuse of women laws, Naxalism, Natural disasters had surrounded the planning

commission which it was unable to solve.

So in my opinion it would be a great move by Mr. Narendra Modi that he has changed the Planning

Commission to NITI Aayog for good. It will allow the government at the Centre and State levels to

work together to provide relevant strategic and technical advice. So now because of NITI Aayog.

Policy will be implemented soon. It would provide a national agenda for PM and CM’s to work in

collectively. It would be used to monitor and evaluate implementation of various programmes and

would promote transparent regime based on technology besides ensuring equitable and inclusive

scheme of things. One such programme is Child Marriages in India which was under planning

commission and now dealt by NITI Aayog.

It is a great move by Mr. Narendra Modi about this creation of NITI Aayog. We should thank him

that from now on that all the major issues which are hindering the growth and development of our

nation would be sorted out with the participation of centre and all states.

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