• Ernest J. Gaines
    education. School was not a place for African American children during the 1940’s and in Oscar, Louisiana there was only one classroom that allowed their kind to go to school. Even though that was common in the mid 1900’s, the single classroom was only in session for half a year; therefore, not allowing...
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  • Rocks on Success Way
    through a four-year school” (McArdle, The College Bubble). Carving the rocks to make them look nicer can’t make bags lighter. It is not a good solution at this time. We only can solve out the problem by making a good economy in order to create an increase in family’s income. Second, financial aid...
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  • Girl Interrupted
    novel, Far Afield. Kaysen's third and as far as I know last book, Girl, Interrupted has been hugely acclaimed in America and Britain. 2. Subject of the book: The book is an autobiography . It´s about her memories of her two-year stay at McLean´s psychiatric hospital, where she was treated for...
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  • Kamala Das
    school 2. About childhood nightmares and the only “good friend” 3. Each poem of mine made me cry 4. Nalapat House gifted by amorous chieftain 5. In the secret drawer was a brown bottle which smelt of Ambergris 6. I was infatuated with his charm 7. Women of good Nair families never mentioned sex 8...
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  • Personal Anecdote
    this for the whole walk home and I had forgotten about the piercing sunlight and humidity. As soon as I dumped my school bag in my room and changed from my uniform, which was drenched in my sweat, I decided to ask my mum. “Hey mum” I said in the sweetest tone possible, “can I play football for a club...
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  • Book Review: Little Girl Lost
    classmates. Because of her experiences filming, she was more mature than her peers, causing Drew to feel not only different, but giving her no one with which she could relate to. Her mother, Jaid, whom also served as Drew's manager, became the punching bag to Drew's frustrations. Entering her teenage years...
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  • McCandless
    , McCandless's remains were found, weighing only 67 pounds (30 kg). It has recently been speculated that Chris had developed lathyrism, caused by his consumption of seeds from a flowering plant in the legume family which contain the neurotoxin ODAP. McCandless's resulting paralysis would have caused a gradual...
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  • Autobiography of a Classroom
    Autobiography of a classroom I am a very big classroom in a well-known public school. I cater to needs of the kindergarten class of the school, accommodating I think about eighty five children, a big number isn’t it? I understand that I am the best looking room in the school as, the very small...
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  • jjjkkkkkkkkk
    Marathi autobiographical novel Uchalya (The Branded) written by Laxman Gaikwad. The novel being an autobiography, recounts the trauma and suffering not only of an individual but of the whole community of the Uchalyas, branded as ‘Criminal Tribes’. As Dalit autobiography, the novel is a revolt...
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  • Narrative Essay
    truth. I'm not going to tell you my whole goddam autobiography or anything like that, but I guess I'll just tell you about this madman stuff that happened to me around last week. First off, I had just finished my History class and was packing my goddam bags to get ready for lunch. I went down the...
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  • Autobiography
    pampered me the most. He would grant whatever wish I wished for, even if it was the stars in the sky which takes about more than 50,000 years to make the journey. I remembered there was once, my grandpa took me out on a bike to buy me a school bag. I was so young and I did not know how to place my...
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  • Anne Moody, Coming of Age in Mississippi (1968)
    Centreville, Mississippi, while her father lived in nearby Woodville, Mississippi. At a young age she began working for whites in the area, cleaning their houses and helping their children with homework for only a few dollars a week. After graduating from a segregated, all black high school, she attended...
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  • The Passionate Year Hilton
    frustration with the situation Maugham wrote in his autobiography THE SUMMING UP (1938), that he stood "in the very first row of the second-raters". Maugham's skill in handling plot has been compared with the manner of Guy de Maupassant. His stories are told in clear, economical style with cynical or...
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  • Anduy
    because there always was a baby or child to take care of. CHAPTER 2 The little things I remember (Elementary) So starting the school part of my autobiography I have no idea on how to do any of this material but sure enough I’ll get some were somehow I mean I got this far on my learning, I learned...
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  • It Caleed
    The book I read was 'A Child Called It' by Dave Pelzer. The book is an autobiography of Pelzer. He writes about his struggle to stay alive in a home where he is treated like a slave and an animal. The book begins with the people at Dave's school finally report Dave and his condition to the...
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  • autobiography of shahrukh khan
    him and represent the country. Electronics was my favorite subject at my A levels, and I think I got the highest marks in it when I passed out. http://www.imshahrukhkhan.com Page | 3 Autobiography Shah Rukh Khan Mathematics was my weakest subject in school and I still have a problem...
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  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
    . George and Martha's child was a key element in keeping their marriage alive as they used it as a figurative punching bag: the child was a personification of their marriage. Without it, they would have simply attacked each other and their relationship would have perished. Instead, they relied on a...
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  • The Differences of Hurston and Wright
    move in with their grandmother. His grandmother is a very strict religious woman that only sees things as right or wrong. He never has a chance to finish school and is in and out of jobs. Richard couldn’t seem to work well with white people and he didn’t understand why he had to degrade himself in...
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  • Bill Bryson & Stephen King. (Biography and Works)
    Europe for four months. He returned to Europe the following year with his high-school friend, the pseudonymous Stephen Katz. Some of his experiences from trip are relieved as flashback in Neither Here Nor There: Travelers in Europe wish documents a similar journey Bryson made twenty years later. In...
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  • Ernest J. Gaines
    upbringing set the stage for his distinctive regionalist writing style, which can be seen in his most famous works, A Lesson Before Dying, and The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. These novels effectively transport readers back in time, and unncover racism of the past. His books are riddled...
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