• Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 a Princess of Mars, Part 1 Download Mp3 Today, We Begin a New Series from a Book by American Writer Edgar Rice Burroughs. the Book Is Called "A Princess of Mars." It Is the First Book
    A Princess of Mars, Part 1 Today, we begin a new series from a book by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs.  The book is called "A Princess of Mars."  It is the first book in a series that Mr. Burroughs wrote about a man who travels to Mars during the last years of the eighteen hundreds. Ther...
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  • What Is Writer
    What is Writer? Writer is the word processor component of OpenOffice.org (OOo). In addition to the usual features of a word processor (spelling check, thesaurus, hyphenation, autocorrect, find and replace, automatic generation of tables of contents and indexes, mail merge and others), Writer pr...
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  • Open Office Writer Word Processing
    Writer Guide Chapter Introducing Writer 1 Copyright This document is Copyright © 2005–2008 by its contributors as listed in the section titled Authors. You may distribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later, or the Creative C...
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  • Art Spiegelman, Rebelious Writer
    Art Spiegelman: Rebellious Writer A vintage style passenger train, rolling down a snow-speckled mountainside opens the sequence on page 258. The full width of the page is used, and from the caption we learn that this is the (surprisingly posh) train that Vladek took from Dachau to Switzerland, whe...
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  • 5 Things Writer Can Learn from Sidney Sheldon
    Five Things Writers Can Learn From Sidney Sheldon Books To put it bluntly, I am not a die hard fan of Sidney Sheldon. Yet, his writing style has never ceased to amaze me. I have read each of his books and waited eagerly for new releases. Sidney Sheldon - Master of the game? Yes indeed!! His fans...
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  • Should I Download That?
    Dec 11th, 2006 Would you steal a purse? How about a video game? Would you enter a store and walk out with a CD that you didn't pay for? Our society's modern advances in technology have lead us to ask new questions about what is ethically right, and even question whether digital data should be c...
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  • Compare How Each Writer Makes You Feel Sympathy for the Main Characters in Each Text: ‘Out, Out –’ by Robert Frost and the Last Night by Sebastian Faulks
    Both of the writers make me feel sympathy for the main characters because the main characters are both still in their youth and they both face the same fate – death. Although the characters are portrayed in very different situations, both writers show how powerless they are to avert their fate....
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  • Edgar Allan Poe: the Alcoholic Writer
    Edgar Allan Poe: The Alcoholic Writer Edgar Allan Poe is considered one of America’s most influential writers. Some people refer to him as the “Father of the American detective story” (Giordano 2005). His stories are thrilling and full of death, insanity, and darkness, which caused America...
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  • Maybe an Aspiring Writer
    I started reading books when I was 16... I'm 17 years old and yes just a year older. I read science fiction and English literature books. Mostly Hunger Games and Divergent thingy. I enjoy reading, they say it makes you smarter but then I realize that I read stuff that doesn't even exist. So how doe...
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  • Does Language Equal Power and Does It Define You as a Writer?
    Language reveals one’s identity. With language, we can communicate who we are and what we think. Without language, we would be isolated. We would have no discipline, no past, no present and no future. To understand how meaning works, then, is to understand part of what it is to be human .Ultimatel...
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  • Summary of Becoming a Writer
    Summary of “Becoming a Writer” by, Russell Baker First off I would like to briefly talk about the author of, “Becoming a Writer”, then I will move on to talk about the essay. Russell Wayne Baker (born August 14, 1925) was born in Virginia and was the oldest of three children. When he...
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  • Discuss How Veronica Is Portrayed and to What Extent the Writer Creates Sympathy for Her. Using Mathilde from ‘the Necklace’, Compare How the Sympathy We Feel for Them May Differ.
    Veronica is a young but unique character who is carefully crafted in this story by Adewale - Maja Pearce who evokes emotions of sympathy towards her in a distinctive way; Veronica is not a woman who fits in with the stereotypical idea of a woman from the village, she does not seem to care that there...
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  • Is Sylvia Plath a Good Writer?
    According to Vladimir Nabokov, in an essay entitled “Good Readers and Good Writers,” there are specific traits that make up a good writer. One looking to be a great writer should be “considered as a storyteller, as a teacher, and as an enchanter” (1007). Sylvia Plath is a good writer, becau...
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  • Which writer creates the most disturbing dystopian vision of the future- Orwell or Atwood?’
    ‘Which writer creates the most disturbing dystopian vision of the future- Orwell or Atwood?’ We perceive the idea of dystopia as a state or place in which there is oppression, dehumanisation and a totalitarian force: in 1984 and the Handmaid’s Tale this is true. However, both writers...
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  • Nabokov- Good Reader and Writer
    A good reader will ask themselves questions as they read along, using sticky notes for that section. This technique allows the readers to come back to the questions and answer them after reader more of the novel or essay. Also, a good reader uses hints the author hides through the passage for the re...
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  • Why I Am Not a Writer
    Youngtae An English AX First draft 2/20/13 Why I am Not a Writer Some people think they are a writer but I am not. It is hard to write something for me. In my country, Korea, we do not write essay in school so I do not have many chances to write. There are some reasons why I am not a writer...
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  • Russell Baker on Becoming a Writer
    The essay by Russell Baker is astonishing. To write an essay that the writer likes is one thing but, to have more than one person like it, is an accomplishment. After writing an essay, I always disappointed myself when I read over it before it was to be turned in. The writing that I create is not so...
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  • Summary and Personal Response: “on Becoming a Writer”
    Summary and Personal Response: “On Becoming a Writer” Naomi Cranfield Prof. Denise Ogden ENG 115 28 October 2012 Summary and Personal Response: On Becoming a Writer Mr. Russell Baker is a professional writer whose writings have earned him the Pulitzer Prize on more than one occasion....
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  • Saadat Hasan Manto, the Controversial Urdu Short Story Writer
    PRESENTATION ON SAÁDAT HASAN MANTO Of the several hundred stories, the court found only two stories in which he had transgressed the law and was liable for punishment. But his critics and the custodians of society declared Manto to be retrogressive and licentious. Even the so-called "progres...
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  • Roald Dahl Was a Famous British Writer
    Roald Dahl Roald Dahl was a famous British writer. He was inspired to write because of his dreams and life experiences. He enjoyed telling bedtime stories to his children. These bedtime stories were published and some were made into films. Roald Dahl was great writer and was recognized for his work...
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