My Favourite Fictional Character Essays and Term Papers

  • how i met your mother

    ENGLISH ASSIGNMNET My favourite sitcom is “How I met your mother “ . It is an American show which was first premiered on CBS in 2005 , the story revolves around the protagonist of the show Ted Mosby and his group of friends . In the year 2030 , Ted recites to his children the events which led him...

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  • Cosplay reflection

    changed my view. According to our interviewee Jessie, 'Cosplay can make me be my 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...

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  • Cp English Narrative on Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe

    love horror. I like a lot of horror, no matter the author. My two favourite authors of horror stories though, if I had to choose would be, Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe. They both have extremely “creative” minds... One of my favourite books so far by King, is actually the one I’m reading...

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  • movies

    Movies are both fictional and non fictional. Watching movies makes us laugh, cry, tense or scare us. But they have great changes which affects our society. Movies are a big part of our lifestyles; they affect people's behaviour in many ways.         Movies could be considered as one of the outstanding...

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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 billionaire...

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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 scene...

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  • New Moon - Book Review

    consisting of four books, it being the second. The books are written by Stephenie Meyer and they are international, number one bestsellers. They are fictional and the genre is fantasy and love. New Moon is based on a seventeen year-old girl called Bella Swan, who has fallen in love with seventeen...

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  • Book Review

    read was Diary Of A Wimpy Kid written by Jeff Kinney it took me about two weeks to read. The book is a fictional story about a boy named Greg Heffley and how he started middle school. The main character in this story is Greg Heffley because it is his diary, day to day life of a young teenage boy. Through...

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  • How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff Review

    England. It doesn’t really relate to my life because I don’t live in England or during war. It’s an unusual setting because there is a war going on but it’s a fictional war that hasn’t actually happened. Piper Penn (Daisy’s nine year old cousin) is my favourite character because she is kind, caring and innocent...

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  • Science Fiction

    feels 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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  • mr dirk

    Aquitaine has a walk-on part, and some characters are based on noblemen named in contemporary records but about whom little is known beyond the name (e.g Sir Ralph Murdac, who was Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests at the time). The main characters are figures from the legends (Robin...

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  • Players

    even if I need I would have been miles off predicting correctly. My 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...

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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 themselves...

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  • Inspector Morse

    states: “There’s always time for one more pint.” Morse’s dependency is part of the attraction, of course, and places him in a long tradition of fictional characters driven by their vices – “I don’t drink for pleasure, Lewis!” There’s little doubt that Morse possesses a need to submit himself to reverie...

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  • Product Placement

    edu/beta/2013/02/19/product-placement-in-movies-from-national-geographic-to-apple). When a consumer sees a character with a certain everyday product then they can relate better. They almost feel as if there are similarities between them and the character, or that their lives are similar to that of the plot of a movie. In 2011 over...

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  • markets

    Fictional Complex….. The most defining part of the dream or a day dream is when we open our eyes, that moment when our mind seems to decode the environment, almost testing reality yet our eyes and ears are the totem, this is when we realize our recent imganinary trip. So as the saying goes “back to...

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  • Mythology Reflective Essay

    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 feelings. In Greek mythology, although the human plight seemed relatable, the characters seemed static, and consequently...

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  • The Witches

    as you are reading. That interest stayed with me right up until the last page. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the story unfold, meeting all of the characters and learning for myself just how far the imagination can be stretched. The story revolves around a grandmother and her grandson who have been unfortunate...

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  • Tintin.Doc

    Tintin (character) Tintin Tintin and his dog Snowy, by Hergé Publication information Publisher Casterman (Belgium) First appearance Le Petit Vingtième (Tintin in the Land of the Soviets) (10 January 1929) Created by Hergé Tintin [tɛ̃tɛ̃] is a fictional character in The Adventures...

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  • Hoops

    basketball action, which appeals to those who enjoy sports. This fictional story takes place in Harlem. As it begins a lot of crimes being are being committed and no one is surprised. For example, the liquor store was robbed. The main character, Lonnie, has been playing basketball all of his life, and is...

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