• interlopers
    "The Interlopers" by Saki (30 marks ) 1. Plot - tell where each of the following occurs in "The Interlopers" antecedent action – The von Gradwitz and Znaeym families had been feuding over a narrow strip of woodland for three generations. initial incident – While patrolling this strip of...
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  • Littel Red: History & Analysis
    attention primarily to the development of the “big bad wolf” * Two versions appeared in 1911, one with Mary Pickford in which she falls asleep in the forest and dreams of the wolf. In that same year, a Felix cartoon saw the wolf become a cat. * 1918 an all-female cast produced a fantasy version...
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  • Information
    into form. This epic tells the story of the hero Rama, the prince of Ayodhya and incarnation of the god Vishnu. Rama willingly accepts exile in the forest to redeem a promise made by his father. Rama’s wife Sita is then kidnapped and Rama rescues her by slaying her abductor, the demon king Ravana. There...
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  • English Notes
    Elements of a Story Character A character is a person, or sometimes even an animal, who takes part in the action of a story or other literary work. Setting The setting of a story is the time and place in which it happens. Authors often use descriptions of landscape, scenery, buildings, seasons or...
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  • Who Is Homer
    already. But Homer wrote them down, and gave them their final form. Probably he also did a lot of work on them, to make them as good as they are. PLOT, SETTINGS, CHARACTERS AND THEMES OF ILIAD. Setting  .  Time of Action: About 3,200 years ago in recorded history's infancy, when humankind's imagination...
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  • Theme of Pastoralism in Shakespeare's as You Like It
    William Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ is probably one of the most famous pastoral comedies of all times. Written around 1599 and published in 1623, its plot was derived from Thomas Lodge’s pastoral romance ‘Rosalynde’. But what is interesting about this play is how Shakespeare, using the features and tropes...
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  • Forest Lab
    examines the “forest structure and soil” (Porter, 2011) and uses the acquired data to “see the impacts of previous land use practices” (Porter, 2011). During the forest lab assignment, we examined two sites of tree plots. The two sites we assessed are pine and hardwood tree lots. The forests of today all...
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  • Statistics
    Descriptive Statistics SCATTER PLOTS: A graph showing data of a collected with one independent variable and one dependent variable. This graph uses an x (dependent) and a y (independent) axis. It also uses dots or tiny circles to represent one point on the graph. When analyzing the graph many people...
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  • Report of Forest Lab
    Report of Forest Lab “The impact of disturbance on the trees with its understory plant and how it cause of changing species density, frequency and dominant species.” November 16, 2012 Introduction Have you seen films that to re-enact the past? There are huge grasslands and wildflower-filled landscapes...
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  • A Picture Storybook for Aged 6 Children a Review and Its Application
    PAGE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 3 2.0 CONTENT – LITERARY ELEMENT 4 3.1 THEME...
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  • Sin City
    Sin City A beautiful woman stands on the balcony of a skyscraper looking out at the forest of massive buildings. A man exits the party and approaches her from behind. He lets her hear his footsteps. They have a small conversation, he offers her a cigarette, then shoots her. This is just the beginning...
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  • Literature
    by Father Antonio del Pueblo to be imprint. 1750 -Pasion becoming a best seller for many years and it was reissued the fifth time. October 5, 1762 -The British fleet defeated the Spanish warship allowing the British rule the country for two years. March 17, 1764 -The British surrendered...
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  • Tree Diversity
    Introduction Tree is a plant having one perennial stem or trunk at least 3 inches (7.5 cm) in diameter at breast height. The elements of trees are crown cover, trunks and roots. Trees are the largest and are most impressive plant of the world. It is not due to its size, age and dominance in the community...
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  • Little Red Riding Hood Analysis
    describe the theme of Little Red Riding Hood, and describe the elements I found to contribute to the theme, how those elements affect the narrative theme. The elements that I am going to use in this paper are the narrative point of view, plot and symbolism. The point of view of is described in our text...
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  • Truce in the Forest
    Truce in the forest Title: Truce in the Forest Setting: A small cottage in the Hurtgen Forest near the German-Belgian border . Christmas Eve in 1994 towards the end of World War II in Europe. Plot: It was Christmas Eve, there is a knocked in the cottage of a mother and her son. They quickly...
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  • Ma English
    Invocation to the Muse 2) Milton’s Description of the Hell? 3) Satan’s Speeches in Book one 4) Milton’s description of fallen angles? 5) The construction of Pandemonium? 6)Character sketch—Satan 7) Milton’s Personality 8) Style 9) Milton’s similes in book-1 (10) Milton’s Invocation, description...
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  • Creative Writting
    63-108 Fiction UNIT 3 An In troduction to Non Fiction 109-168 UNIT 4 An In troduction to Poetry 169-226 UNIT 5 An In troduction to 227-270 Drama UNIT 6 An In troduction to 271-314 Translation UNIT 7 An In troduction to 315-386 ...
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  • Three Dreams in Wide Sargasso Sea
    II. Body: A. the interpretation of the underlying content of the three dreams 1. The theory of symbolism 2. Dream I presented the symbol “forest” and this dream reflected a signal of danger. 3. Dream II presented the symbol “white dress”, “tree”, “enclosed garden” and this dream showed the...
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  • The Economic Costs of Conflict
    the synthetic control region. Moreover, this gap seemed to widen in response to spikes in terrorist activity. The second part of this study uses the truce declared in September 1998 as a natural experiment to estimate the effects of the conflict. If the terrorist conflict was perceived to have a negative...
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  • Geography Terms and Definitions
    of the equator. Arid Dry. Arid Climate Climate zone with sparse drought-resistant vegetation and less than 10 inches of rain annually. Armistice Truce. Artesian Wells Wells in which water flows naturally to the surface. ASEAN Association of Southeast Asian Nations, an organization founded to promote...
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