• Cosplay reflection
    mirrored me, I feel happy because I am being myself by doing what I like'. What impresses me most is that they are not trying to stand out from the crowd; instead, they are just being themselves by acting their favourite manga character. As mentioned above, we often represent ourselves through our...
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  • how i met your mother
    she meets Ted and his friends . The character of Barney Stinson is one of my favourite , he could be actually be called as the life of the show ,the phrases used by him such as “legendary” , “suit up “ and spice to his character , although a womaniser his character has been appraised by all and...
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  • Cp English Narrative on Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe
    disease has a been released. My favourite short story by Poe would be, “The Masque of Red Death”. This is also another story that plagues a fictional country, and the disease kills everyone rapidly and quickly. And even though this diseases is killing everyone, the Prince decides...
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  • movies
    inappropriate for them. They act as threats to the child’s mind set, and thereby indulging themselves in wrong practices. For example, Miley Cyrus is considered one of teenager’s favourite actress and singer who feature on Disney channel, watched by my kids and teenagers. On and off screen, Ms. Cyrus has...
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  • My Favourite Film Character
    My favourite character. Iron Man is a fictional character, a brutal superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee, developed by scripter Larry Lieber, and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. An American boastful...
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  • How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff Review
    nine year old cousin) is my favourite character because she is kind, caring and innocent but mature for her age in how she is able to cope well with all of the terrible things that happen to her and grow because of it. Daisy is my least favourite character because I thought she was quite self...
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  • mr dirk
    -Anne) is here a great lady, heiress to the (fictional) earldom of Locksley, and Robin himself is a disinherited nobleman possessed of a sharp mind, steely determination and a streak of cruelty. My favourite character was the fictional troubadour (strictly speaking a trouvere, as he tells us, since...
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  • Book Review
    heart and Greg finds him quite childish, but he's his only good friend so they stick together. My favourite character in this story is Greg he has a different personality he is a smart yet naive person and that is what appeals to me. The story is about the day to day life of Greg Heffley a young...
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  • New Moon - Book Review
    and other, friendship is for Bella and Jacob after Edward leaves and emotional pain is for the way Bella feels when Edward has left. Also, the reader will find out at the end of the book that Edward suffered in the same way Bella did, when they were away from each other. My favourite...
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  • a twist of fate
    My clip is a scene from the cinematic ‘’ A twist of fate ‘’ of the game league of legends which is one of my favourite games. The reason of the creators making this cinematic was to bring the champions from the game to life in a diferent and more specific way . My main reason in choosing this...
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  • Product Placement
    sinking in quick sand, that is until we are told that that it is actually Nesquik sand! (one of my personal favourite pieces of placement in the film). These minor strokes of product placement really allow the younger children to connect with the storyline and the characters in the movie. What child...
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  • Science Fiction
    that the technology they have written about and could really end up actually happening in the near or later future. My first example of science fiction is one of my favourites, Transformers This story starts when a young teenager named Sam purchases a car that turns out to be an Autobot called...
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  • Players
    expectations before reading the book? I expected the book to be quite good due to the feedback that I had received about it and because the topic is one of my favourite things, AFL football. WHILE READING THE BOOK What are some elements or the text and are some reactions as you read? The elements...
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  • Hero Story
    Fictional Hero Story- My Grandfather Henry The word “hero” can have many different meanings. Most people think of heroes as fictional characters with super powers that fight evil. But in reality we can find heroes in our everyday lives. A true hero is a person that puts people in need before...
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  • markets
    American Gangster, and automatically as soon as “pray” starts, my entire aura changes, like the part of a movie when the main protagonist settles himself before a major character twist. Face cool, yet very serious, mind full of thoughts eyes glimmering ever seeing. The walk changes as well; instead...
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  • Inspector Morse
    born when Thaw was cast. And this is strange. It is perhaps the ultimate conflation of actor and character. Yes, this has happpend before: Jeremy Brett as Holmes for instance – but there are other notable Holmeses (Basil Rathbone of course, and my own favourite, Peter Cushing). Whereas Thaw simply...
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  • Tintin.Doc
    Numa Sadoul 22. ^ a b Archived article on Henri Dendoncker at the Le Soir website 23. ^ Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin at the Barbican Theatre 24. ^ "The 100 favourite fictional characters... as chosen by 100 literary luminaries". The Independent. 3 March 2005. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts...
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  • Why Fiction Stories Are Important to Society
    Good morning, I’m Bethany; my thesis for this talk is Fiction is Bunk, or is it? If fiction is desultory and the work of nonsense, then why do we read it? Why has story telling been around as long as human kind has? Its because fictional stories can have a powerful effect on us in the way...
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  • Shakespeare
    fro the king's men. I think Shakespeare was a very good writer and his story Romeo and Juliet was one of my favourites. It was really romantic and sad it makes most girls cry. The course of true love never did run smooth. Love: There are many different love terms but the one that Shakespeare talks...
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  • Mythology Reflective Essay
    destiny while fighting off ridiculous monsters in exquisite and exotic environments.They were like fairy-tales, existing in a world that my young self couldn’t possibly connect with. As a young person, I’ve always approached stories of any kind, fully immersed in the character and their...
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