• Favorite Author Nicholas Sparks Essay
    My Favorite Author One of my favorite authors is Nicholas Sparks. I began reading his works in about ninth grade, and many of them I've re-read multiple times. While they are all extremely good books, my favorite is True Believer. True Believer is about a young man who is a science...
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  • Edgar Allen Poe: a Brilliant Author
    Edgar Allen Poe: A Brilliant Writer Edgar Allen Poe was one of the most brilliant writers of the nineteenth century. His short stories and poems consist of horror, mortality, romantic struggle, and psychological concept. Poe's tales labeled him as a master in his study of instability
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  • Cmns Publishing Author Talk
    First, I will open the talk with greetings to people who attend the sales conference presentation. It is an honor to be in the conference, since it is a great opportunity for me to speak why I have been putting a lot of effort to print this book, Island and Inlets of the B.C. Coast: A Photographic T
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  • Essay Friends, Good Friends and Such Good Friends the Author Judith Viorst
    Friends……In the dictionary a friend means one attached to another by affection; a favor; one who is propitious; a favorite. To woman friends are different types of people and relationships. In the essay Friends, Good Friends and such Good Friends the author Judith Viorst describe a couple of the
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  • Alcohol: the World's Favorite Drug
    In Alcohol: The World’s Favorite Drug, written by Griffith Edwards, the many stages, views and sides of alcohol are addressed. Not only does one see the present effects of alcohol, but one sees the history and future of alcohol, both scientifically and socially. The author’s purpose was to demon
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  • Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway a Reflection of the Author’s Life
    Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway A Reflection of the Author’s Life “In people’s eyes, in the swing, tramp, and trudge, in the bellow and the uproar, the carriages, motor cars, omnibuses, vans, sandwich men shuffling and swinging, brass bands, barrel organs, in the triumph and the jingle a
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  • Ezra Jack Keats Author Study : Book List & Lesson Plans
    Ezra Jack Keats, the son of Jewish Polish immigrants, was born in 1916 and brought up in Brooklyn, New York. He was originally named Jacob Ezra Jack Katz, but legally changed his name after WWII. It is speculated that it was a result of anti-semitism at that time. Keats did not have much, if any, f
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  • Black Is My Favorite Color by Bernard Malamud
    About the short story The short story Black is My Favorite Color by Bernard Malamud is about Jewish-Black relationships in America similarly to several of his other novels (such as The Assistant, 1957) and short stories. Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) was born in Brooklyn as an offspring of Russi
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  • My Favorite Time of Year
    MY FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR My favorite time of the year is naturally the time when I have the most fun. To me, that time of the year falls during the December holidays, or rather, it starts during the last term of school. It may sound strange of me to include the period of examinations. But I like
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  • Americans' Favorite Poems
    "Americans' Favorite Poems" Edited by Robert Pinsky and Maggie Dietz This book is filled with poems that were sent in as a response to a national call for volunteers willing to say a treasured poem aloud, and to comment on the poem's personal significance, for a national video and audio archive:
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  • An English Author
    An English author widely read in the nineteen-hundreds, was Jane Austen. Although Austen’s works were widely read and popular in her lifetime, she published her works anonymously. All of her books are mainly about of her bright, young heroines in courtship and finally marriage, even though Austen
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  • Favorite Roman
    Natasha L. 03/02/01 period 1 Virgil’s way of writing and freedom to write and create a world that is his own makes him my favorite Roman. He had the poetic power to create a world in which he chose the characters destiny. I think that
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  • Mercer Mayer Author Study
    DHORTON Mercer Mayer Mercer Mayer was born in 1943, and has been writing and illustrating children’s books for almost forty years. As a child Mayor moved all the country with his family, because his father was in the Navy. I believe that this was an influential factor in determining his succes
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  • Tennessee Williams: Author and Playwright
    Thomas Lanier Williams was born on March 26th, 1911 in Columbus, Mississippi. Williams wrote fiction and motion picture screenplays but is primarily acclaimed for his plays. Thomas was the first son and second child of Cornelius Coffin and Edwina Dakin Williams. He was named after his paternal grand
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  • Author Project
    Authentic Questions 1. Although you have been writing for many years, what would you say keeps you energized about writing? 2. Why do you think your collaborations with Michael Sampson and Eric Carle have been so successful? 3. If you were to go back would there be something you would change about
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  • Luke's Favorite Place
    Literature February 22, 2012 Luke’s Favorite Place “Never Out of Mind”, a poem written by Luke Regan, describes how the author feels about his favorite place. He describes that his place is not far from his grasp, unforgettable, and that it resembles a waterfall above a quiet pool. The aut
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  • My Favorite Book
    Books are, no doubt, our best friend. They are food for thought. They console us in our sorrow and make us forget the worries of life. Some read books to idle away their time. Some read books to widen their knowledge, while many others read books to enjoy its content. I belong to this category. I e
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  • The Author to Her Book
    Response: The Author to Her Book In 1650, Anne Bradstreet had her first book of poems, Tenth Muse, unknowingly published by her brother-in-law. Once she saw her work in print, she instantly criticized it, as can be seen in this poem. She uses a metaphor comparing her feelings for her work to an uns
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  • Enlightenment Author
    Paper Two- Choose your most or least favorite Enlightenment author and outline and evaluate his or her views. Be sure to keep your analysis close to the text. You may criticize or support the author, but be sure to stay faithful to their words and arguments. Francis Bacon: A Guide, Not a Jud
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  • Music as Art. My Favorite Music Style.
    Music as art. My favorite music style. Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence that are organized in time in a special way. Its common elements are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic q
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