• The Lorax
    was once supported by the Truffula trees. However the Lorax is an advocate for the Truffula trees. The Lorax spoke for the trees because the trees could not speak for themselves. The Lorax felt like he needed to speak for the trees because they were being cut down and the Lorax believed that is was...
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  • Speak
    there projects around. When Melinda opened her paper, it read "trees". She had no idea what she was going to do with this topic but her art teacher, felt as if she could really open up through all her artwork. At first the tree's were bad, then they were all dead, then they were twisted and scarred...
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  • The Lorax
    Assignment #5 Literary Analysis The Lorax THE LORAX by Dr. Seuss is a children's book about greed and destruct. Once-ler realizes that these natural resources could be profitable by making "Thneeds" out of them. He chops down all the trees and pollutes the air and water until nothing was left...
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  • Dr. Seuss's the Lorax
    Once-ler saw the trees and thought of all the money he could make by chopping them down and knitting their tufts into Thneeds. When he chopped down the first Truffula Tree the Lorax came to his office to speak for the trees. He begged the Once-ler to not chop down the Truffula Trees, but the Once-ler...
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  • Growing Branches
    branches are removed, the tree can continue to grow. Like trees, people go through the rough patches, but they eventually will find a way to overcome them and move on, allowing their branches to continue growing. In the novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson, Melinda Sordino is experiencing life in a way...
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  • Fiction structure example
    , born of envy and longing. The trees live you see, they think and feel. In times long gone, they would speak with men and offer their shade and fruit, their sweet sap would be given gladly in exchange for the stories we would tell. The trees loved to hear our tales of far off lands and the...
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  • The Lorax Reaction Paper
    grandmother suggests he speak with the Once-ler about this, and he discovers that their city has been closed off from the outside world, which is a contaminated and empty wasteland. The Once-ler agrees to tell Ted about the trees if he listens to his story over multiple visits. Ted agrees, even...
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  • Surroundings
    If Trees Could Speak By Subham J.C. Bose, the great Indian scientist, has proved that trees have life as do the animals and humans. They feel and react but rave no language or tongue to express their feelings. Only if they had the power of speech, they would express themselves in much the same...
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  • Barriers to Communication
    because of ethnicity or they have English as a second language which means their first language have effect on the on the pronunciation of the English words. However here in Apple Trees Residential Care Home service users and some Carers consider people with accent as less intelligent, less competent...
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  • Speak and the Breadwinner: Coming of Age in Literature
    Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak and Deborah Ellis’ The Breadwinner. The main characters in both of these young adult novels experience growth and change in their own ways. In Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak, readers are given a mental picture of who they think Melinda Sordino is. “The bus picks up...
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  • Whispers of Nature
    trees divided by another gravel road and a hill that rolled down to the dam. The dam was loud, fast water gushing into a pond of sorts where boats could launch into the water to take their passengers to Upper or Lower Post Lake. In the evenings if you would sneak through the trees quietly enough...
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  • lorax
    express anger and frustration caused by the Once-ler business, saying “I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues. And I’m asking you, sir, at the top of my lungs” ”What’s that THING you’ve made out of my Truffula tuft?” (23), the author use repetition of the word...
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  • Symbolization in Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
    Aranpreet Singh Ms. Ceci ENG 1D1-07 Speak In Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak, trees symbolize Melinda’s growth throughout her life to stay sane and pass the horrific time of her life. Depression is her first phase, when she starts to paint the trees that were hit by lightning. It is also...
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  • ishmael
    the Lorax, and I speak for the trees!" To which I reply (1) what makes you think you know what the trees want, and (2) what makes the trees so special? It is probably wrong to assume that nature has intent, but in any case it is ridiculous to presume that we know what its intent is. To see how...
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  • Hurricane Sandy: the Aftermath
    homes entirely! Uprooted trees also caused major roads to be closed, because no one could get past the gargantuan trunks of some trees. These trees also helped create more power outages, some trees cut right through power lines. Which left two jobs, to restore power and move the trees. Hurricane...
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  • A Dying Environment in Feed
    futuristic sidewinder. Some things he speaks of are people wearing plastic, or the environment covered in black. Anderson speaks of the far future in Feed, but now eight years later many of these events are unfolding.             One of the interesting things Anderson talks about is buildings being...
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  • Araby
    for a 10 minute break and left the court room. My legs were shaking when my turn came . I realized I am not doing this for myself, or to gain respect. I am doing this to try to save the animals and what is left of the trees and natural habitat that the government did not occupy yet. In a blink of...
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  • Lorax
    Lorax Paper 1 The Lorax speaks for the trees, yes anyone can speak for them. If someone is speaking for the trees they are standing up for something that cannot stand up for itself which is courageous and selfless. 2 The story tells us that sustainability is important because once you use up...
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  • Sadess of Rivers
    sad rivers Kennedy Rosenthal Maurya Simons Essay The Sadness of River In the poem, The Sadness of Rivers by Maurya Simon there a lot of mixed emotions. In this poem, I feel that the trees don’t change for anything. Even the wolves cannot persuade them. They do the same thing everyday, and...
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  • The Hidden Pond
    I clearly remember when I was a only eight years old, It had probably been 3 months since my family and I moved to the US from Peru, when I found my special place a few blocks from my house. I was new to this country, had no idea how to speak the language, nor did I know anything about their...
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