• Literature
    LITERATURE I. FICTION A. What fiction is Fiction (from the Latin fictio, "a shaping, a counterfeiting") is a name for stories not entirely factual, but at least partially shaped, made up, imagined. It is true that in some fiction, such as historical novel, a writer draws upon factual information...
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  • A Review on the Book-to Sir, with Love
    was made into a British film by James Clavell in 1967. In the novel, "To Sir with Love", various human characteristics are portrayed. Throughout the story, the idea that humans are able to adapt and change their way of thinking seems to be demonstrated. In the novel both, the teacher Braithwaite as well...
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  • Alice
    We’ve all heard or know of the famous story of Alice in Wonderland. We know it in many different versions, many different forms, of videos, short stories, short clips. What we don’t know is the author who wrote the extraordinary story. Mr. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, or better known by his pen name, Lewis...
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  • Call Yourself an Artist
    spirit of the place. He was Saatchi’s. It wasn’t Charles or Maurice. It was Paul’s agency with their name on the door.” You can find a few interesting stories in his Editorials, Book of Condolence and Tributes that tell a lot about him. Like the following one. “Last year, when we were putting the finishing...
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  • Anne Frank - 12
    the fears and emotional conflicts of people crowded together in secrecy. The diary also had its good times apart from its bad such as funny and memorable moments. These include birthday celebrations and Anne's first experience with falling in love. Many of the passages concern Anne's emotional growth and...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Racial Prejudice Essay
    The prize winning 'To Kill A Mockingbird' by Harper Lee is a memorable novel. The story is based in Maycomb, Alabama in the southern United States during the great depression when money was short and racism was very common. The most powerful theme in this novel is racial prejudice. There are many references...
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  • The Biography of Anton Cheknov
    worked as a freelance writer for newspapers and magazines. The respect he gained from his often humorous pieces encouraged Chekhov to begin writing short stories. Tolstoy, an older Russian colleague of Chekhov's, was a great influence on the young writer and medical student. After graduating in 1884 he went...
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  • Reebok
    customers and that the programs may have a high probability of being presented and spread by these individuals in their communications with others in a short period of time. 2. Evaluate the Terry Tate commercials. Did they increase recognition of the...
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  • Literary Works
    as “who tells the story or how the action is presented to the reader” (Clugston, 2010). There are different types of points of view. The primary two that we tend to discuss or recognize are: First-person point of view, or when the narrator or story teller is a part of the story and the third-person...
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  • ap world
    to do the things she did. I would be disoriented and confused from slipping in and out of consciousness. The pain would be unbearable and in those moments I would probably be thinking about dying and asking God to take the pain away and save me. It may take awhile, but I hopefully would eventually be...
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  • Title
    man whose entire life revolves around storytelling. Based on Daniel Wallace's novel, this enchanting combination of fantasy and reality features memorable performances by Albert Finney (Erin Brockovich)  and Ewan McGregor (Down with Love) as Edward Bloom at various stages of the man's life -- as well...
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  • I Used to Live Near the Road Not Taken
    works had similar themes but were in different forms. While reading “The Road Not Taken” a poem by Robert Frost and “I Used to Live Here Once” a short story by Jean Rhys; I discovered that while their forms were different, their themes were very similar. With the use of examples from the above stated...
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  • Fate in Romeo and Juliet
    did not feel like joining Mercutio at all until seen Rosaline's name upon the invitation list. The first meeting between Romeo and Juliet was a memorable one. The two lovers locked eyes and as if fate, fell head-over-heels in love with each other. Romeo forgot at once all about his once beloved Rosaline...
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  • Humanizing Terrorism in Indian Cinema
    possible and that everyone can live together happily, regardless of social status, race or religion. These wonders of nationalism, however, seem to be short-lived, as there is inevitable tension contained within the concept itself (Chakravarty, 2000). As Eric Hobsbawm explains, nationalism suggests “cultural...
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  • Just Another Day at Camp
    back and forth during the sermons. Also on the right are a row of cottages, thankfully still intact. Straight ahead is the dining hall. It is two stories. The first floor being the kitchen and dining hall and the second is the girl’s dorm. As I continue up the road on the same side I see the pavilion...
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  • Another Trip to Jerusalem
    savior, got the best qualities in the world. In short, He is perfect. Many of us are still confused about the real life of the savior we’ve known. For us to answer this question, we consult and read the bible. The bible is the holy book wherein the story of life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ...
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  • My First Rock Concert
    rock music era afforded him certain opportunities to see the big hair bands perform live during their prime. When I was still a boy, he would tell me stories of concerts he had been to and rock legends he had met. I had always wanted to have such an experience and last month my wish was finally granted. ...
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  • Profiles
    120 BEYOND BREAKING NEWS 121 Writing profiles Capturing personalities by painting word pictures Everyone’s got a story to tell. But some folks are more newsworthy than others, so we write profiles to explore their backgrounds, examine their characters, document their struggles and dreams....
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  • A visit to Seri Kasih Orphanage Home
    visit to Seri Kasih Orphanage Home ------------------------------------------------ The first week of the last school holidays was a memorable and meaningful moments for the members of the English Language Society of SMK Kampung Laut.The society has organized a special trip to Seri Kasih Orphanage...
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  • Life of Pi Analysis
    Life of Pi; Modern Bible Story Yann Martel’s Life of Pi is short but moving. In the beginning, an elderly man states to Mr. Martel, “I have a story that will make you believe in God” (X). Like all good Bible stories, the main character is already dedicated to bringing himself closer to heavenly...
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