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  • Top Man By James Ullman

    Compare/Contrast Nace and Osborn"Top Man by James Ramsey Ulman is a fantastic story. In this story eleven determined climbers attempt to climb Kalpurtha (also known as K3), a mountain in the Himalayas. This is located in British India as the fourth highest peak in the world. No one has ever reached ...

    Contributed on October 17, 2009
  • Culture Artifacts And Today Scholes-Ann Ducille

    Some writers believe that cultural artifacts can be used as a way of demonstrating the culture that they have come from. This is a wonderful concept, however some of these writers such as Scholes and DuCille take it a bit too far in what is a cultural artifact and why it represents our culture. Scho...

    Contributed on October 22, 2009
  • Shrek And The Code Of Shivalry

    The movie Shrek which starts like any other fairy tale with a once upon a time. But once we see whom the hero of the story is it is made obvious that this is not a typical fairy tale. Each character symbolizes something in general. The four main characters are Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz), Shrek (M...

    Contributed on May 16, 2009
  • The Curse-Arthur C. Clarke The Curse And The Hydrogen Bomb

    "The Curse" is a short story by Arthur C. Clarke which was first published in 1953. This story describes the state of a dead small town a few hundred years after a nuclear bomb was dropped on it. From the references in the novel towards Shakespeare, one can conclude that the novel took place in the ...

    Contributed on October 22, 2009
  • Reactions Of Bel Canto Title=Bel Canto Author=James Mcbride

    My initial reactions after finishing this novel was how brilliant James McBride wrote this book without ever leaving a moment without a picture. The author provided details, explanations, and comparisons all through out the book, making it easy for the reader to catch on. This book is not really wha...

    Contributed on December 22, 2008
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