• My Childhood Days
    It was a green world where I was born. I was born and raised in a small town which could almost know as countryside. Now, the small town has already collapsed and turned into a developing-city. It is so sad that I can only recall my childhood days in my mind instead of visiting the small town. It was...
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  • How Valid Is the Assertion That Literature Is a Voice for the Oppressed?
    "The main one is. If I didn't [defend Tom Robinson in court] I couldn't hold my head up in town" - Atticus Finch That's what answered to the question what were the reasons for him to defend Tom Robinson in court. Tom Robinson is in this story the most obvious oppressed. But instead of talking about...
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  • Begotten
    Emily Heiderberg never imagined anything bad would happen to her. In the novel, Begotten by W. James Richardson, she will learn to be forgiving and she teaches the people around her the same thing. There are many stories involved and they all started with the tragic incident that happened to Emily...
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  • Childhood Memories
    sheltered and carefree life, nurtured with love and concern. As I was the first child in the family, everybody doted on me. My funny lisping, my innocent mischief and my inane talk-everything was a source of immense pleasure to them. There was never a word of reproach or censure against me. Once a distant...
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  • “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro
    “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro I. Summary #1 The story “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro is a story portraying the life of a teenage girl. The story unfolds events that will eventually present the decisions a typical teenager will make and the consequences to their actions. The story presents the...
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  • Talk About Funny
    Talk About Funny! By: Cailey Croft “There is about a 1 out of 10,000 chances that you will bleed.” Those were the words that I heard from my doctor when I found out I had to have my tonsils removed. My doctor is the kind of man who is upbeat and “happy-dappy” all the time! The day I had my tonsils...
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  • Reflection Paper
    those communication traits? Write detailed answers, referring to incidents and facts from your life. I identify most with United States mainstream culture. We’re still known as the melting pot of the world and that’s kind of how I feel my life is. I’m a million different people all rolled into one...
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  • Positive and Negative Effects of Guilt on Amir in "The Kite Runner"
    symbolism. After the incident of Hassan’s rape, Amir doesn’t want to do anything or see anyone. He has a hard time sleeping and performing regular functions because the guilt tortures him within. “I hit him with another pomegranate... ‘Hit me back goddamn you!’ I wished he would. I wished he’d give me...
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  • Motivation
    them. Mix of True-life and Fiction. I have written this story considering this to be as the Last Chapter of “Love-Bites: The Cross Roads of Two Chocolate Love Stories”, one of my INK entry, which is available in my blog. “Karthik you are useless” shouted Archana. “Am I useless? Then what about you” Karthik...
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  • A Summer of Changes
    CHANGES When you are happy, you never think that it can end in a second. Of course, if you always had tried to imagine something scary, you would not have been so happy. After an incident I had had once, I understood that happiness could be just one step away from losing it. I was eighteen. Summer was in...
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  • Autobiiography
    situations that made me who I am today. There are three. One was when I gave my life to god. Second was, The Day of December 22, 2010, when I lost my uncle. Third was High School and just making it to my senior year. My name is Destiny L. Turner. I was born on June 1,1995. I was born to Chassidy and Dewayne...
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  • Memorable Things with a Bestfriend
    She is my bestfriend, Samantha. I met her when I was in my 3rd year highschool, she was a new student. I never thought that she would turn to be my best friend and actually my so-called “sis, sister, sissy”. I can still remember the first time I saw her, my friends and I were talking about her. We were...
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  • Cold Feet or Burnt Feet?
    you ever done something as a child that was so irresponsible that it gets brought up at almost every family gathering? Most people probably have, and I most definitely have. There’s an old saying, to “have cold feet,” which means to be fearful of completing a certain action or task. When someone gets...
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  • Narrative Essay
    the most devastating news I had ever received in my life. The evening of July 30th, 2004, started off as normal as any other evening of my life spent in Sanford, Florida. I did not anticipate anything out of the ordinary to occur. My son’s allergies were troubling him, so I eagerly awaited the pharmacy...
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  • Samuel Beckett Described His Waiting for Godot as a Tragicomedy. to What Extent Is This Is an Accurate Description? Would You Say There Is More Tragedy Than Comedy or a Mixture of Both?
    useless rambling in the wilderness. There is no control in Didi and Gogo’s lives due to the obsession with waiting for Godot. Because of this they never bring themselves to leave. This leads the audience to ask the question. ‘Is this really a tragicomedy or just a Tragedy? Seeing these men are obviously...
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  • Kevin
    5 years and Ella Kaye ends up killing Dan Cody. They thought that Dan Cody was just drunk and fell overboard. The significance is that after this incident, it is the beginning of Gatsby’s new life where he had knowledge in business. Even though he didn’t get any money from Dan Cody, he still gained business...
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  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night
    Sam Hickory February 17, 2010 Hum/Eng.9 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time In the novel, the voice of Christopher is important because if it was told from a different perspective it would be difficult to understand what goes on in Christopher’s mind and what the traits of a person with...
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  • Personal Statement
    Before I start writing I was assigned by my English teacher to write an autobiography about myself. My name is Clinton Joseph and I currently study in grade 10th.My childhood was like any other child would have grew up as. I was a very active child firstly because I started walking at the age of 7 months...
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  • Of Mice and Men: Theme of Loneliness
    to call them by their names. Curley's wife is known as Curley's wife because nobody wants anything to do with her. "Why can't I talk to you? I never get to talk to nobody, I get awful lonely." Curley's wife admits she is lonely on a ranch full of men and has nobody to vent to. The Boss is only ever mentioned...
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  • In the National Gallery
    below. One of these must be a text. In The National gallery is the title of this short story, and it’s really no mystery why. Even though the story never actually tells us where the story is happening, we get many indications, besides the name of the story, which is supposed to tell us that the story...
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