• film techniques
    the last two paragraphs bringing the audience’s attention to the suddenness of the arrival of the train. Paragraph 2 (negative) yet to be analysed Alternatively people can immerse themselves on journeys of self-reflection and self discovery, leading to a sense of empowerment and happiness...
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  • Life is a journey
    all their used train or plane tickets. The name of album is called “The north and south” . Those tickets recorded the journey of their lives. After graduating from college, they started seeking a job everywhere throughout the country; then quit their jobs and started writing songs; after releasing...
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  • Scene Analysis
    the train yard and all the people who have to catch a train to get places. You see they don’t have very nice clothing; they have a small bag, which probably has maybe a change of clothes. This scene shown is important because it is the beginning of their journey and getting ideas about a movie that...
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  • Computer
    b. Dictation paragraph Q.3 : Calligraphy 10 Two of the men caught hold of the thief and marched , him off to the stationmaster’s office. One of the men gave Razi his wallet. He was delighted, but them he remembered the train what shall I do now? He asked my friend Saher is on the train and it has left without me. Reading 10...
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  • The Article: a Sense of Belonging
    on the train. ”Who’s and islander? And who’s a visitor? Who belongs?” This may be because he feels insecure of the fact that he doesn’t belong on the train, so he wants to identify people who also do not belong so he can feel a greater sense of belonging. The next paragraph is an example of...
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  • Canary for One
    considers such silence to be “normal” among properly married people Like many of Hemingway’s stories, ‘A Canary for One also deals with the essential loneliness of man and the futility of human relationships. Here he describes a train journey to Paris. After a brief note on the environment in the...
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  • Ib Questions on Microeconomics
    within the suburbs around the city.  Rural areas to city train travel There has been a record 50-year high with almost nine million railway journeys made across the rural railway system this year. The number of people using the rail network rose by 9.5 %. The chief executive of V/Line said the...
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  • Economics
    Fare review: Bus, train fares to increase by 3.2% this year By Woo Sian Boon- Published: 16 January, 5:00 PM(Page 1 of 1) - PAGINATESINGAPORE — Starting from April 6, adult fares for buses and trains are set to increase by four to 20 cents, announced the Public Transport Council (PTC) this...
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  • Conflict in A Sound of Thunder and a Nordon excerpt
    when the grandson makes a comment about what he does on the train, “’Will dancing cure blindness?’ I said, ‘It might.’ He said, ‘Go git me a Co-cola’” (paragraph 2). When the grandson says that it will not help cure the grandfather, he completely loses interest in the topic. In this way he is also...
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  • Article for English
    more enlightened part of the country. But Django won't rest till he finds his love. And so begins the journey, beautifully shot in sun and snow by Robert Richardson. | Paragraph 6: The final destination is Candyland, the slave plantation run by Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio, having a ball as a...
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  • Miss
    , the essay takes the reader on an emotional journey of several, meaning three or four, paragraphs that connect, in an almost dreamlike manner, impressions, observations, emotions, or ideas that draw the reader to a conclusion that is designed to compel the reader into thinking deeply about the true...
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  • Witness Essay
    the crime and corruption of the outside world. The use of dialogues, camera techniques and characters further emphasise the distinctive idea that permeates the film through scenes such as “the Journey”, “Breaking the Rules” and “Right of Way”. (I’m not going to even re-read this as I gave you...
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  • MA English
    protagonist was criticized for finding his subjects in real life and was asked to make his portraits reflect the soul and not the body. Ashbery’s subjects are “not doings in the world but in the mind”. In Melodic Trains the journey exists in the poet’s mind and he mingles humour with pathos, resignation...
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  • Discuss This Extract with Relevance to Endings in Children's Stories.
    that we too, the readers, are on an ongoing journey. It is as if we are onboard with ‘everyone on the train’ putting our ‘heads out the windows’ to catch our last glimpse of a ‘tall pale man’ and his ‘little girl clinging to him’ as the train pulls out of the station. 2040 words...
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  • In a Dry Season
    monotonous train journey to Bourke and the harsh conditions of the outback which is shown through Lawson’s perspective from the train window. The harsh conditions of the bush conveyed are metaphorically representing the circumstances in which people live by in the bush as a result from social injustice...
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  • Essay
    English. 6. Describing the importance of reading books/reading newspaper/physical exercise/tree plantation/learning English. 7. **Inviting to attend your birthday party. 8. About your train journey. 9. ***About your aim in life 10. Congratulating on brilliant success. 11. Advising...
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  • A Critical Analysis of “My Kiowa Grandmother, ” and “Take My Saddle from the Wall: a Valediction”
    through a series of episodes and recollections that are slightly disconnected but belong to a larger picture. The essay is filled with descriptions of the land the Kiowa dwelled on and the manner in which they lost that land, thus forcing them onto a reservation. He discusses the journey his ancestors...
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  • The Road Is a Bleak and Hopeless Experience
    “The Road is a bleak and hopeless experience that leaves the reader destitute and despairing. Even the glimmer of hope in the last pages is too dim to relieve the despair.” The Road is not merely a book you read, it is a book you experience. Cormac McCarthy writes a train of consciousness filled...
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  • Exploring Identity and Time in Here, an Arundel Tomb and the Whitsun Weddings
    the form of a journey. On Whitsun, every year, the author takes the train to presumably London and every year on the way there the train picks up newlywed couples. Although the poem might seem at a first glance a condemnation of marriage and the people and rituals involved in it, we can sense a sort...
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  • Project
    fact you learned from the story. I’ve learned that journey of faith, of trust, of forgiveness, of love, of self-discovery, and of battling the darkness within ourselves, and wanting to change. As Paulo states, "Faith is a different conquest, and it requires daily combat in order to maintained." His...
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