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  • Barrons Book Notes - 5,371 words
    BARRON'S BOOK NOTES ERICH MARIA REMARQUE'S ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT ^^^^^^^^^^ERICH MARIA REMARQUE: THE AUTHOR AND HIS TIMES Born Erich Paul Remark on June 22, 1898, he grew up in a Roman Catholic family in Osnabruck in the province of Westphalia, Germany--a city in the northwest part of what is now West Germany. He adored his mother, Anna Maria, but was never close to his father, Peter. The First World War effectively shut him off from his sisters, Elfriede and Erna. Peter Remark, descended from a family that fled to Germany after the French Revolution, earned so little as a bookbinder that the family had to move 11 times between 1898 and 1912. The family's poverty drove Remarque as a ...
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  • Barrons Book Notes - 5,432 words
    ... ers in the front lines. His tactlessness makes Paul's first leave more miserable than it might otherwise have been. ^^^^^^^^^^ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT: FRAU (MRS.) BAUMER Paul's mother is a courageous woman who is dying of cancer. She is the most comforting person Paul finds at home. She alone does not pretend to understand what it is like at the front. Paul is in agony over her illness and is overwhelmed by the love she shows him by preparing his favorite foods and depriving herself in order to buy him fine underwear. ^^^^^^^^^^ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT: FRAU (MRS.) KEMMERICH Unlike Paul's quiet mother, Franz Kemmerich's mother tends to weep and wail. She had unreasonably exp ...
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  • Boal, Augusto Notes - 1,618 words
    Boal, Augusto- Notes Brazilian Augusto Boal was raised in Rio de Janeiro. He was formally trained in chemical engineering and attended Columbia University in the late 1940's and early 1950's. Although his interest and participation in theatre began at an early age, it was just after he finished his doctorate at Columbia that he was asked to return to Brazil to work with the Arena Theatre in So Paulo. His work at the Arena Theatre led to his experimentation with new forms of theatre that would have an extraordinary impact on traditional practice. Birth of the Spect-Actor Prior to his experimentation, and following tradition, audiences were invited to discuss a play at the end of the performan ...
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  • Boal, Augusto Notes - 1,611 words
    ... out this liberatory approach to community animation. ------ The writings and workshops of Augusto Boal have influenced many theatre makers and social change organizations around the world. Combining many of the aspects of IMPROVISATION with some of the techniques associated with J.L. MORENO's concept of SOCIODRAMA, Boal's unique synthesis extends Brecht's Epic Theater concepts into a new realm of practicality. Groups which use Boal's methods vary widely. GROUPS: HEADLINES THEATRE David Diamond and Headlines Theatre have been doing TO work (they now call it Theatre for Living) in Canada for the last 13 years. They do 15-20 sessions per year, including a recent series on gay and lesbian yo ...
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  • Book Notes - 1,011 words
    Book Notes Title: After The First Death Author: Robert Cormier Date Started: 02/06/00 Date Ended: 03/06/00 The Characters: a) Main Characters Miro: Miro is a teen-age terrorist that came from another country know, in the story, as their "Homeland". Even Miro himself is uncertain of his age because during the training (Or as they call it, school) age is not important. Te training is preparing them for terrorism. Miro is feeling less and has learned not to give in to the call of nature. For example: Things such as hunger, Restroom needs and most important sleep and tiredness. In the story Miro is a doubtful teen looking for action. Artkin: Artkin is a very dark and dangerous man. He rescued Mi ...
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  • Book Notes - 1,017 words
    ... rtkin told him to hold off. The reason her did that is because he thought the girl would be useful on tending the kids. Also she would make a good hostage. Miro was instructed to get close to the girl and gain her trust. As Miro talked to her he discovered that the girls name was Kate. Kate also had a few secrets of her own. She had a very weak bladder and she also had a spare key to the bus ignition so that once Miro took his periodic breaks and stood outside the bus she would try to drive the bus off the bridge and by doing so save both her and the children. While all of this was going on the police and the soldiers started to move into that are and the woods around the bridge. The woo ...
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  • Chemistry Notes - 1,462 words
    Chemistry Notes LECTURE 6 NOTES, CHM 101, SEC. 01 SOLUTION CONCENTRATIONS THE ACTUAL WEIGHING OF REACTANTS OFTEN PROVES IMPRACTICAL OR INCONVENIENT. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE IF REACTANTS ARE GASES, LIQUIDS, OR VERY REACTIVE. HOW CAN WE DELIVER KNOWN WEIGHTS OF REACTANTS WITHOUT WEIGHING THEM FIRST? CONSIDER: HNO3 + NaOH = NaNO3 + H2O NEITHER NITRIC ACID, NOR SODIUM HYDROXIDE CAN BE WEIGHED EASILY. WHY? HOWEVER, SOLUTIONS OF KNOWN AMOUNT OF SOLUTE PER UNIT VOLUME CAN BE DELIVERED IN KNOWN VOLUME TO GIVE PRECISELY-KNOWN AMOUNTS OF REACTANTS. WHY? BECAUSE: (MOLES/LITER) X LITERS = MOLES IF YOU KNOW THE NUMBER OF MOLES CONTAINED IN ONE LITER, YOU CAN CALCULATE THE MOLES CONTAINED IN ANY MEASURED ...
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  • Diary Of Anne Frank: Notes - 560 words
    Diary of Anne Frank: Notes 1.The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank 2.The setting of this book is an attic of a building in Amsterdam during the time period of 1942 to 1944. 3.The historical period of this book is World War II. 4.Anne Frank was a young girl who is the author of this popular diary. She was thought of by others as conceited but didn't think so herself. She was in love with Peter Van Daan in the attic. Margot Frank was the older sister of Anne who was considered smarter and more adultlike than younger sister. Margot was also jealous of Anne because of Anne's relationship with Peter. Mr.Frank was Anne's father who was kind, forgiving and a very good father. He cared for every Jew ...
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  • Essay On Lahey Introductory Notes - 283 words
    Essay on Lahey Introductory Notes After reading the introductory notes, I believe that the most important point that was presented in the notes was the definition of psychology. In order to understand the different causes and effects of psychology, you must first be able to know and understand the definition of it. Lahey defines psychology as the sciences of behavior and mental processes, and then he elaborates the meaning to make sure that we fully understand the definition of psychology. Unlike any other sciences, psychology is the only science where you use the mind to study the mind. I believe that the second most important point that Lahey presents in the introductory is the note on cog ...
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  • Field Notes - 619 words
    Field Notes As I entered Club Proteo on Thursday, May 27th I noticed that there were about 20 children there today. Today is the "all you can eat pizza day" for all the children who completed task cards. As I walked through the door the first kid I saw was Jesus. I told him that I liked his new hair cut and with a big smile he responded with wheres your friend? I told him that Ashley was in Mexico and then asked if his two sisters were here today. He replied with a half grin that they were in Mexico. He then began to laugh and gave me a big hug while trying to crawl around my body onto my back. When I asked him to mellow out he laid his head on my shoulder and in the next instant he jumped i ...
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  • Five Days Of April: Notes - 343 words
    Five Days of April: Notes I. Vital Statistics. Title: "Five Days of April" Author: Irene Hunt Publisher: Pacer Books Place of publication: New York, NY No. of pages.: 188 II. Introduction. Other books by author: "The Lottery Rose, "No Promises in the Wind," "Up a Road Slowly" Type of novel: Fiction Setting: 1860's Place: Southern Illinois II. Main Characters and Descriptions. Jethro Boy that grows up from a boy to man during the Civil War. Ellen Jethro's mother. Ellen is a strong-hearted woman. Matt Jethro's father. Matt has a strong will. Jenny Jethro's sister. She is Jethro's companion. Shadrach Yale Jenny's boyfriend. He would like to mary Jenny but her father will not let them get marrie ...
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  • Hamlet: Notes - 1,478 words
    Hamlet: Notes -1- Act 1 Scene 1 1. The atmosphere or tension is established trough use of ghost as the super natural, the mystery, the unknown. A wrong is known to have accrued or about to happen. This creates intrigue and suspense. 2. Many changes take place in Horatio's attitude towards the ghost. At first it is known to us that Horatio does not believe that the ghost actually exists. 3. The background information we are given about the state of affairs in Denmark and about the relationship between Denmark and Norway is that something is wrong in Denmark and that Denmark and Norway had been in combat. 4. We are introduced to the subject of law and rebellion trough the introduction of Forti ...
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  • Hamlet: Notes - 1,469 words
    ... s adn tribulations of life, or is it better to take faceful action and confront probalems - " and by opposing end them "or is is best to commit suicide. But Hamlet points out that the problem with suicide is man's fear of oblivion. 31. The "Nummery" scene Hamlet during the " To be, or not to be" soliloquy shows that he has a great honlrable mind. Towords Ophelia he was good, but in this scene he suddenly changes, Hamlet is being devastingly cruel, even though he feigns madness. He probably knows tha he has been set up. it is Hamlet's bitterness that lashes out at to a sunnery. This behaviour is typical of Hamlet because of feigning madness, and also he is attacking womanhood. This has be ...
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  • Hamlet: Notes - 1,478 words
    Hamlet: Notes -1- Act 1 Scene 1 1. The atmosphere or tension is established trough use of ghost as the super natural, the mystery, the unknown. A wrong is known to have accrued or about to happen. This creates intrigue and suspense. 2. Many changes take place in Horatio's attitude towards the ghost. At first it is known to us that Horatio does not believe that the ghost actually exists. 3. The background information we are given about the state of affairs in Denmark and about the relationship between Denmark and Norway is that something is wrong in Denmark and that Denmark and Norway had been in combat. 4. We are introduced to the subject of law and rebellion trough the introduction of Forti ...
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  • Hamlet: Notes - 1,469 words
    ... s adn tribulations of life, or is it better to take faceful action and confront probalems - " and by opposing end them "or is is best to commit suicide. But Hamlet points out that the problem with suicide is man's fear of oblivion. 31. The "Nummery" scene Hamlet during the " To be, or not to be" soliloquy shows that he has a great honlrable mind. Towords Ophelia he was good, but in this scene he suddenly changes, Hamlet is being devastingly cruel, even though he feigns madness. He probably knows tha he has been set up. it is Hamlet's bitterness that lashes out at to a sunnery. This behaviour is typical of Hamlet because of feigning madness, and also he is attacking womanhood. This has be ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies: Chapter 47 Notes - 1,122 words
    Lord of the Flies: Chapter 4-7 Notes Lord of the Flies: Chapter 4-7 Notes 1. When the fire goes out it symbolizes the loss of all remaining civility and the beginning of absolute savagery. The fire was the boys' only link to the past, as it was the one true technology they had. Fire symbolizes man's domination and manipulation of nature. As the fire goes out the boys are no longer people, but animals. It is also important to note that the fire was voluntarily allowed to die. This tells us that the boys voluntarily became savages, so this represents not only the loss of a civilized society, but also the betrayal of it. When the fire goes out, it also signifies the loss of hope. If the boys be ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies: Chapter 8 Notes - 1,218 words
    Lord of the Flies: Chapter 8 Notes Lord of the Flies: Chapter 8 Notes 1. The conch being inexpertly blown and the fact that Piggy has only one lens shows that society has begun to function poorly. The reason for this decline in society is Jack. Jack broke Piggy's lens, and now Jack who has power, represented by the conch, does not know how to blow it properly. This tells us that Jack is an inept leader who misuses power and destroys knowledge. To become an expert at something, such as blowing a conch or leading a society takes time, so this is also significant because it shows that Jack has just recently come to power. Because the conch and Piggy's glasses are crippled, knowledge and power a ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies: Chapter 912 Notes - 1,087 words
    Lord of the Flies: Chapter 9-12 Notes Lord of the Flies: Chapter 9-12 Notes 1. After Simon is killed, the next paragraph begins, "The clouds open and let the rain down like a waterfall..." When the boys kill Simon they not only kill him and spirituality, but what they perceive to be the beast. Because the beast was created by them and embodied all of their evils, one of its interpretations can be as mankind's sin. Simon is very similar to Jesus in this book. The Roman's ruled the world during Jesus' life, and now a similar bloodthirsty society rules the island during Simon's life. Both are killed by such a society, and both sacrifice themselves so that mankind's sin can be forgiven. When Sim ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies: Chapter 912 Notes - 1,070 words
    ... te even further. When Jack came to power it was a revolution that ended with a militaristic state and killed Simon (spirituality) and Piggy (knowledge and reason) as part of its process. The final step in the completion of this revolution was to kill Ralph, the leader of the old society. If Ralph would have been killed and the boys would not have been rescued, the new militaristic tribe would have enjoyed a brief period of stability, just as Ralph's old society did at the book's beginning. This would be the calm after the storm so to speak. However, if Ralph who was a qualified leader could not hold his society intact, then how can we expect Jack, who is an inept leader to what Ralph cou ...
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  • Notes On Emily Murphy - 909 words
    Notes on Emily Murphy ((p. 67)) It was while the first provincial legislatur was sitting that Mrs. Emily Murphy, born in Cookstown, Ontario, in 1868, was educated at Bishop Strachan's School in Toronto. In 1904 she and her husband moved to Winnipeg where Mrs. Murphy conducted the literary section of the Winnipeg Tribune for a few years before moving to Alberta in 1907. In her new home Mrs. Murphy came very active in civic affairs, especially in the attainment of las for the betterment of conditions for women and children. On June 13, 1916 she was appointed a police magistrate for the City of Edmonton, the first woman in the British empire to hold such a post. Under the [enname "Janey Canuck, ...
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