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  • Jonas Story - 1,012 words
    ... nd wrinkled, yet the words NO FEAR were plainly visible. "You go in." he said, looking at the cool refreshing water. "Sure I went in." The man said as he lay back down, and placed his book back into reading position. "Hey Olin," a voice said coming from the water. Olin looked toward the teenage boy that trotting out from the water. His skin was pale and soft. He wore blue Addias shorts that pulled over his knees. "Nice shorts ass hole," Olin said The boy grabbed the towl and rubbed it over his buzzed hair. "I didnt think youll mind," the boy said as his grin grew to his ears. "Its OK bro, but next time ask." "I will I promise" Olin smiled and said sarcastically, Yea right, Jonas." Jonas ...
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  • Kate Chopin - 1,167 words
    ... when Kate was faced with another death. In June 1885, her mother had died. Chopin was literally prostrate with grief (Unger 207). In later years, Chopin's daughter would sum up the effect upon her mothers character: When I speak of my mothers keen sense of humor and of her habit of looking on the amusing side of everything. I dont want to give the impression of her being joyous, for she was on the contrary rather a sad nature I think the tragic death of her father early in her life, of her much beloved brothers, the loss of her young husband and her mother, left a stamp of sadness on her which was never lost(Unger 207). Chopin began writing fiction very seriously in 1889. No one knows e ...
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  • Kate Chopin - 1,167 words
    ... oment when Kate was faced with another death. In June 1885, her mother had died. Chopin was "literally prostrate with grief" (Unger 207). "In later years, Chopin's daughter would sum up the effect upon her mothers character: When I speak of my mothers keen sense of humor and of her habit of looking on the amusing side of everything. I dont want to give the impression of her being joyous, for she was on the contrary rather a sad nature... I think the tragic death of her father early in her life, of her much beloved brothers, the loss of her young husband and her mother, left a stamp of sadness on her which was never lost(Unger 207). Chopin began writing fiction very seriously in 1889. No ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies Description - 1,749 words
    Lord Of The Flies Description Setting The story takes place on an island somewhere in the ocean. The island is described by the author as tropical and boat shaped. Along the coast there are sandy beaches followed by a variety of vegetation and creepers. There are also the orchards, which rise up to the treeless and rocky and rugged mountain ridge which extends out of the ocean. Judging from the predicament and dialogue in this story the date in which it takes place is probably the mid 1900's during World War II. The mood created in this story is very complex and rapidly changing. It changes from that of a scary, recessive mood to a light, and cheery one. The way in which the story is written ...
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  • Lord Of The Flies Vocabulary - 2,538 words
    ... ore he is allowed to climb up. If the person is not wanted but still begins the climb to the top. Jack has rigged a large rock with a log under it, with another log coming out from under that for leverage. The guard simply has to push down on the lever to send the rock tumbling down on the intruder. 37. Why do Jack and Roger invade Ralph's camp at night? Jack and Roger invade Ralph's camp at night to steal Piggy's glasses so they can make fire without having to steal it from Ralph's group everytime they need it. CHAPTER 11 (p. 187 - 201) 38. What do Ralph and Piggy decide to do after they are attacked? Ralph and Piggy decide that they have to go and confront Jack and his savages, to talk ...
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  • Nightmare On Elm Street The Dead Of Night - 1,677 words
    Nightmare on Elm Street - The Dead of Night Robin lay down on her pillow, intent on getting a good nights sleep. She did not get her wish. In her dream, she was in a park, calm as ever. In a moment, a cat walked out from some bushes; probably a stray. She bent down to pet it, and it nudged her leg lightly with its head. She noticed something strange about the cat. On one paw, was a miniature glove, with blades sticking out. It took a swipe at her arm, and it drew blood. She pushed the cat away, and started to walk away. Looking, back, she noticed the cat was now wearing a dirty brown hat. It was following her. She quickened her pace, and so did the cat. The cat rose on all fours, and fur beg ...
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  • Original Writing - 1,912 words
    Original Writing Just calm down would you. For a few moments at least. You have got ages to think about what you are taking with you, 20 minutes before you have to be out of that door. Pausing to listen to my mothers unhelpful words has cost me yet another few precious seconds, seconds that I dont have to waste, not now anyway. I wont snap at her mind, she is the sole reason that I have the opportunity to be going where I am. You see, she has agreed to lie, to my somewhat over protective father, about my whereabouts, I owe her big time. These were my thoughts as I realised, after having overslept by no less than 2 hours, that I had precisely 18 minutes to get a whole four days worth of neces ...
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  • Pablo Picassos Bequest Of Gertrude - 1,678 words
    Pablo Picasso's Bequest Of Gertrude Pablo Picasso was a very famous artist in his time. I have always found his work very interesting and unique. He has a style all his own and, I believe that this was what made him so famous and at the same time controversial. The painting I have chosen is called "Gertrude". Pablo Picasso was born in Spain to Jose Ruiz and Maria Picasso. He later adopted his mother's more distinguished maiden name Picasso. Picasso was a child prodigy who was recognized as such by his art-teacher father who ably led him along. Picasso was taught for a few years and after he attended the Academy of fine art in Curna Spain where his father taught. Picasso's early drawings such ...
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  • Ray Bradburys Sciencefiction Novel Fahrenheit 451 Has Literary Elements That Strengthen - 1,192 words
    Ray Bradburys science-fiction novel Fahrenheit 451 has literary elements that strengthen its interpretation. The theme of this novel is the significance of a persons independent thought. The literary movement of this piece of literature is Romanticism. Through the use of Guy Montag, an emotionally distressed individual who realizes the importance of independent thinking, Fahrenheit 451s theme and literary movement are better understood. The theme of Fahrenheit 451 is the importance of an individuals independent thought and the individuals creative ability. Guy Montag never thought about what he did because he was told what he did was appropriate for society, and also he is happy with his rol ...
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  • Refutation Of A Literary Review On Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been - 859 words
    Refutation Of A Literary Review On Joyce Carol Oate's Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? Refutation Marie Mitchell Olesen Urbanski reflects on the parallels between a literary work and biblical suggestions in her essay Existential Allegory: Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been? (Studies in Short Fiction, 1978.) In her criticism, she compares the story of Connies passive submission to Arnold Friend with the seduction of Eve by the Devil in the biblical myth. She uses Oates descriptions of Arnold friend to prove that he is the devil and that Connie is an innocent victim. Urbanski does a convincing job of comparing the story of Connie and Arnold to the story of Eve ...
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  • Romeo And Juliet - 1,106 words
    Romeo And Juliet This assignment is on a scene of Romeo and Juliet I have split the scene into thirteen different sections. These sections include what the music and sound affects will be and what the lighting will be and even what sought of characters I am going to have to play the part. In section one I am having a medium shot that is at eye level to show Benvolio and Mercutios conversation and to also see the expressions on their faces. The only music or sound affects I am having are the background sounds of a market and people muttering. The only symbols that are present are the clothes Mercutio are wearing which are red to symbolize he is loyal to Romeo and his family. For Benvolio I ha ...
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  • Shakespeares Poems - 876 words
    Shakespeare`s Poems Time has seen an infinite amount of beauty in its long existence. Nature has produced so many wonderful scenes and objects that we cannot collect it all even in one life. We ourselves are keepers of such beauty and intrigue that poets and other writers have captured our essence in prose. Whether its beauty that is skin deep or the beauty of a face that makes you look twice, what attracts us is not always what attracts your neighbor. Shakespeares, "My Mistress Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun," and Lord Byrons, "She Walks in Beauty," are the epitome of what men and women long for. Although different in their interpretations of beauty, they hold true to the meaning of beauty, ...
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  • Slipknot Band - 1,085 words
    Slipknot Band Iowa is best known as The middle of nowhere. Iowa has never had a singular voice to put it on the musical map since the dawning of rock' n' roll in the early 50's. However, nine young men from Des Moines, wearing industrial coveralls and surrealistic home made masks. They started their own type of music called L.A. neo metal also known as ultra-violence. This type of music is composed of death metal, hip hop, and down-tuned screeching horror. Clockwork Orange is the only band to come even close to sounding like Slipknot. The band member's names are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. As normal people they are Sid Wilson, Joey Jordison, Paul Gray, Chris Fehn, James Root, Craig Jones, ...
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  • Sun Also Rises - 1,687 words
    Sun Also Rises Of the segments of American society scarred by the anguish of the First World War, the damage was most severe amongst the younger generation of that time. Youthful and impressionable, these people were immersed headlong into the furious medley of death and devastation. By the time the war had ended, many found that they could no longer accept what now seemed to be pretentious and contradictory moral standards of nations that could be capable of such atrocities. Some were able to brush off the pain and confusion enough to get on with their lives. Others simply found themselves incapable of existing under their countrys thin faade of virtuousness and went abroad, searching for s ...
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  • The Awakening - 1,795 words
    The Awakening The Relationship of The Awakening and Creole Society In The Awakening, Kate Chopin brings out the essence of through the characters of her novel. In this novel Edna Pontellier faces many problems because she is an outcast from society. As a result of her isolation from society she has to learn to fit in and deal with her problems. This situation causes her to go through a series of awakenings that help her find herself, but this also causes problems with her husband because she loses respect for him and the society she lives in. Throughout the novel she is faced with unfavorable circumstances which confuse and eventually kill her. Kate Chopin uses Creole Society in the 1890s as ...
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  • The Big Day - 1,250 words
    The Big Day annon I really hated the sound of that alarm clock, that piercing, irritating repeated beeping. After a second or two I slowly started realizing that it was not just another day, it was the day. I felt the movement in the bed as she reached for the clock and then the beeping stopped allowing me to slip back towards tranquillity again. 'Love you,' I whispered. 'Excuse me, you were saying?' she said sarcastically. 'You heard me,' I said a little louder yet trying not to strain my tired voice. 'I didn't say I didn't fucking hear you, I asked you what you said. Repeat it, louder. And try opening your eyes this time.' After a moment of contemplating the situation I forced myself to ma ...
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  • The Flight - 898 words
    The Flight In his classic short story, Flight, John Steinbeck uses many examples of symbolism to foreshadow the conclusion. Symbolism can be anything, a person, place or thing, used to portray something beyond itself. It is used to represent or foreshadow the ending of the story. Steinbeck uses colors, direction, and nature symbolism to help presage Pep's tragic death. Let us now more closely examine the ways that Steinbeck uses colors to foreshadow the ending of his short story. Perhaps the most repeatedly used symbol in Flight, is the color black. In literature many authors use black to represent death. There are numerous examples in this short story. Some of these include the black handle ...
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  • The Jungle Man - 2,680 words
    The Jungle Man It was four o'clock when the ceremony was over and the carriages began to arrive. There had been a crowd following all the way, owing to the exuberance of Marija Berczynskas. The occasion rested heavily upon Marija's broad shoulders it was her task to see that all things went in due form, and after the best home traditions; and, flying wildly hither and thither, bowling every one out of the way, and scolding and exhorting all day with her tremendous voice, Marija was too eager to see that others conformed to the proprieties to consider them herself. She had left the church last of all, and, desiring to arrive first at the hall, had issued orders to the coachman to drive faste ...
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  • The Old West Has Been Portrayed Truly And Falsely Through Art, Music, And Literature From - 387 words
    The old west has been portrayed truly and falsely through art, music, and literature from the late 1800s and early 1900s up till this day when illustrated through movies. Artistic expression and communication presented the realities and illusions of the old west, some of which attracted various people there, while keeping others at home. Beginning with art, one of the main painters of these years (1860-1900) was Frederick Remmington. He painted over 2,700 pictures of the frontier. One example is Stamped by lighting. He also painted the Calvary charge on the southern planes. Remmington portrayed the west truthfully. For example, He didnt paint the Indians as savages, but as people. Another ar ...
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