• A World in a Train by Francisco Icasiano
    that on such a quiet morning the unpleasant aspects in other people's ways should claim my attention. Then there was a harmless-looking middle-aged man in green camisa de chino with rolled sleeves who must have entered asleep. When I noticed him he was already snuggly entrenched in a corner seat, with...
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  • Monomyths & the Step Not Taken
    adventure; he comes across a young man in an elevator who is first described as a normal, typical junior executive. The hero is not aware of his upcoming adventure until the young man unexpectedly began to sob “Then it happened… I was astonished to see the young man drop his briefcase and burst into tears”...
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  • Mrs Jaime Hubbard
    STARTING WITH PSYCHOLOGY EDWIN BORING 1950 The most important and greatest puzzle which every man faces is himself ans secondly, other persons. PSYCHOLOGY Delivered from Greek ‘PSYCH’ meaning ‘Soul or ‘Mind’. A scientific study of people, the mind and behaviour. (British Psychology Society 2010) ...
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  • Promotional Effectiveness of an Advertisement
    differentiated from the competitors, is there a need for redesign to obtain a more universal appeal, or are there any triggers which might evoke some negative emotions towards the product. The ad is a full page, double sided ad in the magazine. This is one of many fragrance promotions which are found throughout...
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  • Pip, Magwitch, Miss Havisham and Estella in Great Expectations
    express his criticisms of Victorian society, most probably due to his own experiences as a child. In ‘Great Expectations’ sympathy is a key emotion and theme felt by the reader and some of the characters. Dickens manages to make the reader sympathise towards the four main characters; Pip, Magwitch...
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  • Aghata Christie
    tick ominously in a suicide's room, and a dying friend whose last words are "seven dials" lead dapper Jimmy Thesiger and his irrepressible friend "Bundle" Brent to a Soho club. There they learn of the Seven Dials Society, seven masked conspirators who meet in a secret room to talk about stealing scientific...
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  • Monomyth "The Steps Not Taken" by Paul D'Angelo
    well-dressed young man in his mid-20s in the elevator. At this stage the protagonist is not aware that everything in his life is going to change. He thought “nothing at all” was going to happen, suddenly the young man fell down and burst into tears. Without looking back the protagonist left the young man to cry...
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  • Monomyths Essay
    separation. This is the stage, in which the hero is given a call to adventure. In this story the hero is called to adventure when he comes across a young man whom he classifies as a junior executive. At this stage the hero is not yet aware that he is going to be called into an adventure that will change his...
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  • Warwar
    paper presented to the General Education Department Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges In partial fulfillment of the course Philosophy of Man Sheilla Marie P. Sales October 17, 2012 Chapter I Introduction Many contemporary writers in the west tend to present...
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  • ABANDONED bUNDLE
    censorbugbear.org/africa/south-africa/many-sa-newborns-dumped-in-rubbish#io7TjRTYFAE1slD0.99 An Abandoned Bundle (in answer to Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali) In a chilling world where man is nothing more than a mere animal it may be true that a heartless, girl without conscience gives birth...
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  • Medicine Bundle Speech
    Medicine Bundle Speech Outline I. Introduction: People would say ‘Girls don’t play hockey. Girls don’t skate.’ I would say ‘watch this’. This quote was stated by the first women to play full-time professional hockey in a position other than goalie, Hailey Wickenheiser. This extremely talented...
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  • Not Taken
    A few weeks ago I was followed into an office-building elevator by a well-dressed young man carrying a briefcase. He looked very sharp. Very buttoned-down. Wearing gold wire-frame glasses, he was of medium height and build with neatly trimmed brown hair and, I would guess, in his mid-20s. Typical junior...
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  • Theories and Myth
    ritual and contains practical rules for the guidance of man (Csapo, 2005). Psychological Theory The psychological myth states that myths are created based on human emotion. The psychological myth theory shows how myths are based on human emotion and that they come from the subconscious mind. Cultures...
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  • The Greek Rhetoric Pathos
    The Secret Life of Bees is pathos. Pathos is a quality that provokes your emotions. This book is full of emotion; it makes you feel what the writer feels as well. It appeals to the identity of the reader and all of their emotions whether they are good or bad. In this book Lily is such a strong emotional...
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  • The Bluest Eye...by Toni Morrison
    At first, Cholly swept her off her feet, and she was in love with him. He was tender to her, he gave her the assurance that she was looking for in a man. Cholly overlook her disable foot and she enjoys his company because she felt comfortable and normal. Pauline was delighted by Cholly’s conservations...
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  • Old Story
    my carriage. Old man sits next to me: strange; seems to be solemnly drifting in and out of sleep. He’s a hat-wearer. He is waiting for his wedge to be listed from its less ballast side. Bored stiff: like the chair. I start to think about the tappings. Tip tap tip. The train comes. Man who was sitting...
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  • If I Could Have Dinner with a Famous Person
    garlic bread sticks. When he arrives I would have everything prepared and we would eat then talk, I know I wouldn’t even be able to eat with my bundle of emotions, the joy and happiness, and the shyness. After dinner I would ask him question I will have my questions wrote down. I would probably ask them...
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  • Analysis of the Theme of Survival in Auschwitz
    rights were stripped away, when in Chapter 2 he states, "Imagine now a man who is deprived of everyone he loves, and at the same time of his house, his habits, his clothes, in short, of everything he possesses: he will be a hollow man, reduced to suffering and needs, forgetful of dignity and restraint,...
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  • Writers revel in their depiction of character, but the reader should never wholly trust the voices within a text.
    and Bunty very much share the same pattern in life, both have experienced love lossed and marrying a man who was not their first choice. This may be the reason why they both show a certain lack of emotion when we as humans would expect them to show it. Despite the death of Percy, Nell shows how quickly...
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  • Coping and Accepting Change
    amount of changes that seem to have developed while he was far away from his village. Kamau points out certain valuable changes that dishearten his emotions and perspective. He fears that his most valuable possession, his wife, Muthoni has forgotten him. Alas, Kamau’s wife, Muthoni, decides to leave and...
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