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- Cat On A Hot Tin Roof - 1,722 words
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof English Literature - 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. Describe the relationship between Maggie and Brick. When the play opens, we are introduced to a pretty young woman who is shouting. This woman, goes by the name of Margaret, and lets the audience know right from the beginning that if ever she has a problem, she'll let you know about it. As we read through the first Act of this three Act play, we learn very quickly that the relationship between Margaret, and her husband Brick is one sided - with all the effort coming from Maggie. It is clear their relationship wouldn't be considered 'normal' because of their attitudes towards each other, or rather, Brick' ...
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- Describe An Experience That Changed You - 666 words
Describe an experience that changed you The black pirate hat danced around in the air, weaving and bobbing to some Disneyland music. Attached to it was my head and the rest of me, being dragged along on this wild ride. The only sounds I heard were ones of trumpets soaring higher and higher, trying to hit an absurdly high note. The pirate hat and the warm Florida night had taken control, and my self-consciousness went right out the window. I danced, not greatly or with any skill whatsoever, but I danced. For that one night, at the end of our trip to Florida and Walt Disney World, I enjoyed life in a way I never have before. Earlier that evening, I had wandered around the hotel, feeling lonely ...
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- Gunpowder Plot By Vernon Scannell - 586 words
"Gunpowder Plot" By Vernon Scannell Write an account of a poem which deals with an unusual or unpleasant aspect of life. Show clearly how the poet uses such elements as effective words and vivid images to create something memorable. The poem "Gunpowder Plot" was interesting as its title holds three meanings. The author could have meant an allotment where gunpowder or fireworks are stored or a plan involving gunpowder or just a story about the usage of gunpowder. The poem itself holds a double meaning, the first meaning and most immediately noticeable is of the fun and excitement on Guy Falkes night with children and woman running around shouting and screaming, with fireworks exploding and fi ...
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- Love Canal Environmental Disaster - 1,649 words
Love Canal- Environmental Disaster Love Canal Loves Model City The Model City (tune of Yankee Doodle) Everybodys come to town, Theyr building now a great big ditch, Those left we all do pity, Through dirt and rock so gritty, For well have a jolly time, They say twill make all very rich At Loves new Motel City Who live in Model City This tale I tell is no less true, Our boys are bright and well to do, Though in a silly ditty, Our girls are smart and pretty, They give free sites and power too, They can not help it nor could you, In Loves new Model City If you lived in Model City Then come and join our earnest band, All who are wise and witty, Heres out heart and heres our hand, To build the Mo ...
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- My Antonia - 1,462 words
My Antonia Author: Willa Sibert Cather, Nebraska's most noted author was born in Virginia. At the age of ten she moved with her family to Webster County, Nebraska. Many of Cather's acquaintances and Red Cloud area scenes can be recognized in her writings. Cather wrote poetry, short stories, essays and novels, winning many awards. In 1920 she won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel One of Ours, about a Nebraska farm boy who went off to World War I. Willa Cather's reputation as one of America's finest novelists rests on her novels about Nebraska and the American Southwest. These novels express her deep love of the land and her distaste for the materialism and conformism of modern life. Devoted to ...
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- My Mothers Life Story - 1,033 words
My Mothers Life Story BY KRISTY HEWITT 11B TOPIC: THE LIFE STORY OF MY MOTHER. AUDIENCE: People who like to read biographies. PURPOSE: To inform people of what life for the less fortunate can be like. Being one of seven children and being left by both parents had a huge impact on the way my mothers life has unfolded. In her early years, before the age of five, she was one of seven children running wild in the streets of Broadmeadows. Her father was in the military and was not home very much. Her mother, now she cant really remember to much about her, however she can remember the abuse and neglect that was dealt out in her first years of life. She has many reminders of those days, she has a b ...
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- Summertime - 451 words
Summertime It was early dawn on a Friday morning, as the sun rises from the distant blue ocean we wait for daylight to breakout. My friend and I sat down on spot on the beach, as I focus closely at the surface of the waterfront the sand is very white, much like the winter snowflakes. As I look along the different points along the shore, the waves and ripple's of the salty water crash upon various sections of the beach. These include a nudist section, a gay section, and a family section, I wasn't sure but there might have been a section reserved for nude, gay families. My friend and I unfolded our garden chairs and opened our cooler box in the family section of the beach. After putting on our ...
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- To Kill A Mockingbird Notes - 2,063 words
To Kill A Mockingbird Notes To Kill A Mockingbird - Chapters 18-19 Summary Mayella testifies next, a reasonably clean nineteen-year- old girl who is obviously terrified. She says that she called Tom Robinson inside the fence that evening and offered him a nickel to break up a dresser for her, and that once he got inside the house he grabbed her and took advantage of her. In Atticus' cross-examination, Mayella reveals that she has seven siblings to care for, a drunken father, and no friends. Then Atticus examines her testimony and asks why she didn't put up a better fight, why her screams didn't bring the other children running, and--most importantly--how Tom Robinson managed the crime with a ...
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