If Trees Could Speak Essays and Term Papers

  • The Lorax

    ecosystem, which 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...

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  • The Lorax

    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. The Bar-ba-loots, childlike they sing, hum, and play like children. innocent and defenseless. Once-ler said “And, under the trees, I saw Brown Bar-ba-loots...

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  • Speak

    Lessons Learned There are many lessons that can be learned from Speak, mainly because a lot of the things Melinda, the main character, felt about are experiences that many teenagers have learned in high school. For example if you are not in a group or clan of some sort, you are an outcast and you...

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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 way...

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  • Dr. Seuss's the Lorax

    a children's book about greed and destruction. The book is set in the forest of Truffula Trees. The Once-ler was riding through the country in his wagon one day and discovers the beautiful forest of Truffula Trees. Way back in the day when the grass was still green And the pond was still wet And the clouds...

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  • Barriers to Communication

    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 and less trustworthy which affects...

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  • Whispers of Nature

    Whispers of Nature By Amanda Jackson ENG 1001 The year was 1995, a year I will never forget, the year I first heard nature speak to me. Every August we had our annual family reunion at a park in Milwaukee. Our reunions were always lots of fun, there would be games, swimming, and tons of food...

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  • The Lorax Reaction Paper

    friend Audrey. His energetic 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...

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  • Growing Branches

    Stronger Trees are just like life. They grow up, sprouting new branches and becoming stronger. But as they grow, they acquire diseases, making it a rougher patch in their life. As soon as the diseased branches are removed, the tree can continue to grow. Like trees, people go through the...

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  • Fiction structure example

    The Woods Are Dark You know of what I speak child, the shadows where the nightmares live. The places your mother tells you to avoid, where foolish children wander and never again return from. She will never tell you why the men of our village light burning torches on the forest's edge when night...

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  • Sadess of Rivers

    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 are happy about it. The trees endure hardship almost every day. They are bothered by the “cold-hearted crow, ruptured...

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  • Speak and the Breadwinner: Coming of Age in Literature

    many pieces of literature, such as 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...

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  • lorax

    beautiful place, he discovers the place to make real the most desired business opportunity, he says: “ But those trees! Those trees! Those Truffula Trees! All my life I’d been searching for these trees” (16), the author uses repetition in the word “those” and accompanied with the word “all”, that help us to...

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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 shown...

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  • A Dying Environment in Feed

    He tries to predict future events related to our environment in a 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...

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  • ishmael

    of our actions, but that is not sufficient to derive an ethical system. Why do I say his law is empirically false? Well, one counterexample is trees. Trees are engaged in a internecine competition for sunlight in which they squander resources on preposterously long trunks, deprive other species of their...

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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 all...

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  • Should Trees Have Standing

    objects should have standing in order to protect itself from harm or to defend it against those already damaging it. When posed the question of whether trees or natural objects should have standing, we must first define what the concept of standing means. In order for a case to appear before court, the party...

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  • The Tail of Stray

    on a little pond, surrounded on three sides by mighty trees. Birds sang in the trees and small animals did drink at the waters edge. I sat upon the rocks at the break of the trees to rest and watch the sunset. Suddenly, from within the trees, there arose a howl, the likes I have never heard before...

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  • Disappearance of the Mayans

    the land and vegetation caused suffering for the Mayan people in that they could not find food and nourishment once the land had been destroyed. Most of the history of the Mayan speaks to how it took approximately 20 trees to melt one square meter of lime plaster in order to construct their extravagant...

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