• Gondry
    apart from the conventional filmmakers of his time. Gondry explored his musical talents when he formed a punk rock band with his sibling and some friends. He was the band’s drummer, and he created music videos that were beyond ordinary. He also collaborated with his brothers in making short films, where...
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  • Three men in a boat
    HARRIS - • a practical young man, who could not appreciate romanticism in the world around him. • fond of drinking and eating; not too fond of working hard. • not much imagination and was more aggressive than the other two. • had a strange fascination for cemeteries and tombs • not much aesthetic...
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  • Emily Dickinson 4
    “Best Things dwell out of Sight”(#998) describes one of America’s greatest poets. She dwelled out of sight for most of her life and her poems, with the exception of seven published anonymously, remained out of sight until well after her death. Many literary scholars have attempted...
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  • Hurting Charlie Flowers for Al
    was the last time you wanted something so much, you would sacrifice your life to have it; even if just for a moment? Charlie Gordon, a 37 year old man with a learning disability, did just that. In the story “Flowers for Algernon”, by Daniel Keyes, Charlie gets a chance to alter his I.Q...
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  • hello
    defines an ideal person as the one who knows how to act nicely in all situations (Analects, 165). “The master said, A young man should be a good son at home and an obedient young man abroad, sparing of speech but trustworthy in what he says, and should love the multitude at large but cultivate the friendship...
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  • The Red Badge of Courage 3
    through his dreams of battle, his enlistment, and his experience through serveral battles of the Civil War. Henry, ^the youth^, was a young man who lived on a farm with his mother. He dreamed about what fighting in a war would be like, and dreamed of being a hero. He dreamed of the...
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  • KATY PERRY
    normal child. However normalcy would all change. In the beginning of this diary Alice explains why she bought her diary. She couldn’t open up to her friends, she was simply too embarrassed to let them know how she felt about life and how Rodger had asked her out but didn’t show up. Shortly after Alice gets...
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  • Shakesspeare
    Animal Man and God Man in the Epic Gilgamesh In this Epic There are two men one which is being Gilgamesh who is 1/3 man and 2/3 God, the other being Enkidu who is 2/3 animal and 1/3 man. These two has many similar traits that are alike and many that are different, one that they share having...
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  • Pip's Transformations in the Perspective
    rich and poor emerged; capitalists laid so much emphasis on morality while many things that betrayed morality appeared. Dickens, who was sensitive by nature, gained full understanding of life and society from the various professions he had taken, especially, from the extreme miseries of the poor he experienced...
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  • Consumerism
    Annie Leonard and Danielle Todd support consumerism is a foe whereas Peter Saunders and James Twitchell, advocates the idea that consumerism is a friend. Consumerism has many negative outcomes like overspending, overworking, credit card debts, social and economic problems etc. These negative aspects...
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  • To Kill a Mocking Bird Review
    TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD By Harper Lee Harper Lee’s classic novel ‘To kill a mockingbird’ superbly exposes the true unjust nature that American societies withheld in the 1930’s. It is written through the innocent eyes of a child, yet is composed with a complex adult vocabulary. The book demonstrates...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    between Frankenstein’s personality and that of the monster in their thirst for knowledge, lust for revenge, and appreciation of nature. Victor Frankenstein’s ambitious nature was what initiated his eventual downfall. Ever since Frankenstein was a child, his “temperature [was] turned, not towards childish...
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  • American Dream
    convictions about human nature and human society. All fictions attempts to be interesting, to involve reader in situations, to force some aesthetic response from him-most simply put, in the widest sense of the word, to entertain. Other fiction seeks to establish some truth about the nature of man. Seeks to explore...
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  • Gay Marriage
    person is in love with someone then they can’t control it, they are showing their love and affection to the one they love like a man and a woman would. Although a man and a man or a women or women can’t reproduce that is a problem cause they world was made to reproduce but some people don’t want kids or...
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  • Exception or Rule
    human behavior. Set in Baltimore, an urban American city not seen in many movies unlike New York or LA. White middle class adults in their mid-20’s and 30’s. Disillusioned by the norms of society and rules of dating. Opening scene is children at a playground; a little girl playing in the sand. A few...
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  • Literature and God/Gods
    discover how literature of the past has influenced that of the present or to understand stand the nature of man with His or his god; whatever the craving desires, the relationship of mankind to the god(s) or to their God was a universal theme portrayed throughout. To the reader and for the character,...
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  • The Things They Carried
    Many traits of man¡¦s inner nature are revealed through war. In the novel The Things They Carried, the characters of this series of stories embody traits of soldiers in the Vietnam War. Through writing, the author, Tim O¡¦Brien, portrays his feelings as a Vietnam soldier through this novel. He describes...
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  • The Stylistic Analysis of the Escape
    The Stylistic Analysis Of The Escape The Escape   William Somerset Maugham is one of the best known English writers of the 20th century. He was not only a novelist, but also a one of the most successful dramatist and short-story writers.   Maugham wants the readers to draw their own conclusion...
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  • seans yolo monkeys
     In your book write full sentence answers to the following questions. 1. If you had a friend that was doing something that you were sure could either get them into trouble or cause them harm (e.g. taking drugs and stealing to fund their habit), would you: a. Become involved, even if they...
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  • Best Paper
    Maximum Marks: 90 20 marks 25 marks 20 marks 25 marks SECTION - A (Reading – 20 Marks) 1. Read the following passage carefully : (1) My grandmother‟s house is like a chambered sea shell ; it has many rooms, yet it is not a mansion. Its proportions are small and its design simple. It is a house that...
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