• Tiger Mother
    62 Stevens Road 19th August 23, 2013 Dear Mrs Chua, I felt obliged to write to you to express my concern and dismay after reading your autobiography “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother”. You have obviously very strong views on the strict upbringing of children. I was shocked when I decoded...
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  • Douglass and Blake: Voices of the Mute
    disappointment in humanity as a whole. When he became a freed man, he wrote a narrative of his experiences from childhood to adult age entitled Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an autobiography that served to open the eyes of not only America, but also of nations such as England which were...
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  • Babar90
    keeps using me, I will vanish in no time, and that is true! So Kishor doesn't use me anymore but he keeps me in his secret shelf which he covers with paper and doesnt let anyone see! An Autobiography of a Tree I am tree in Jim Corbett national park I am here from past 55 years. Proud and firm, I...
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  • Books and Authors
    Inequality Re-examined Equality of Capacity Books by Indian Booker Prize Winning Authors Salman Rushdie Midnight's Children Arundhati Roy God of Small Things Arvind Adiga The White Tiger Satanic Verses Broken Republic Last Man in Tower Shame The End of Imagination The...
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  • Alex Ferguson- The Truth
    and Keane was so powerful as captain of manunited that in his autobiography acknowledged that the kick had been hit with premeditation On 20 September 2003, Rio Ferdinand whom Manchester United had paid a record 33 million pounds, the most money ever paid for a player in the British Isles at that...
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  • R.K Narayan
    Tiger for Malgudi (1983), is narrated by a tiger whose holy master is trying to lead him to enlightenment. It and his fourteenth novelTalkative Man (1987) received mixed reviews. In his 80s, Narayan continued to have books published. He returned to his original inspiration, his grandmother, with the...
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  • Importance of Education
    ://www.i-learnt.com/Paradigm_Menu_Purpose.html Table of Contents Writing in the campus newspaper, the Maroon Tiger, King argues that education has both a utilitarian and a moral function. 1 Citing the example of Georgia's former governor Eugene Talmadge, he asserts that reasoning ability is not...
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  • Malcolm X's Legacy
    and documentaries, for example the famous film by Spike Lee. Malcolm X’s popularity can be seen through poems. ‘He was the sun that tagged the western sky and melted tiger- scholars while they searched for stripe.’[ii] Sonia Sanchez, a play writer wrote a poet in contribution to Malcolm’s...
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  • Wilma Rudolph
    she won a bronze medal in the 400 meter relay. After graduating she attended Tennessee State University on a track scholarship and won all of her races for the next three years. She became the star of the Tiger belles track team. Wilma had a classic style and grace with a calm temperament. So calm...
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  • Scent of Apples
    . "White Tigers" was the story of Kingston’s childhood fantasy. She used the talk-story method to help her overcome her own feelings of inferiority as a female. She, in her imagination could be Fa Mu Lan, and be the great warrior that broke the restrictions set on women in her culture...
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  • Mistreatment of Slaves
    is, did the mistreatment and abuse of the slaves, in particular the women slaves, in the autobiography, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, written by Harriet Jacobs actually occur to that extent. Were slaves really treated in such a way presented by Ms. Jacobs in her autobiography? Slaves were...
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  • Tourism
    1 | Tawang, famous for its Buddhist monastery, is situated in ……….. | | | Arunachal Pradesh | | | | Nepal | | | | Mizoram | | | | Tripura | | 2 | Which of these Tiger Reserve is not in Madhya Pradesh? | | | Kanha Tiger Reserve | | | | Ranthambore Tiger...
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  • Anthony Burgess
    published in 1965. In 1954 Burgess became an education officer in Malaya and Brunei. He wrote his first trilogy Time For A Tiger (1956), The Enemy In The Blanket (1958), and Beds In The East (1959). The work "juxtaposed the progressive disintegration of a hapless civil servant against the birth of Malayan...
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  • Autobiography of Ruskin Bond
    novels, including Vagrants in The Valley, The Blue Umbrella, Funny Side Up, A Flight of Pigeons and more than 30 books for children. He has also published two volumes of autobiography. Scenes from a Writer's Life describes his formative years growing up in Anglo-India; The Lamp is Lit is a collection...
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  • Mrs. Packletide's Tiger
    -List of oxymorons used in the story: Over-much risk Elaborate carelessness Immeasurably nearer Gladly connived Pardonably annoyed Q9-(a)- Years later Mrs. Packletide writes her autobiography. As Mrs. Packletide, write about the tiger episode with the help of the clues given below. jealous of the...
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  • Bethany Hamilton
    with her friend off Kauai’s North Shore. Suddenly she Bethany was attacked by a 14 foot tiger shark. She was rushed to the hospital and had to under go some operations. Bethany lost sixty percent of her blood and had her left arm amputated (took off). Many people thought that Bethany would never surf...
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  • Bethany
    competition, the Rell Sun Menehune event on Oahu, where she won both the short and long board divisions. This sparked a love for surf competition within her spirit. At the age of thirteen, on October 31, 2003, Bethany was attacked by a 14-foot tiger shark while surfing off Kauai’s North Shore. The attack...
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  • Tennessee Williams
    Hindi. In addition, there are two novels, a novella, more than sixty short stories, more than one hundred poems, an autobiography, a published volume of letters, introductions to plays and books by others, and occasional pieces and reviews. PLAYS Baby Doll & Tiger Tail Camino Real Cat on a Hot Tin...
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  • Deah
    3. Learning to Read and Write: Pathos S- Frederick Douglass, who was born a slave who learned to read and write and a leader of the abolitionist movement O-Excerpted from his autobiography Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (1845), in the time period where reading or writing was...
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  • Rubin "Hurricane" Carter
    allegedly made advocating violence in the pursuit of racial justice. Carter was training for his next shot at the world middleweight title (against champion Dick Tiger) in October 1966 when he was arrested for the June 17th triple murder of three patrons at the Lafayette Bar & Grill in Paterson...
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