• Scarlet Letter Chapter by Chapter
    – Dormant; unmoving xxix. Despondency – Sadness xxx. Entreating – A plea xxxi. Rankle – Irritate xxxii. Sedulous – Buoy; perseverance xxxiii. Scintillating – Sparkling xxxiv. Vivacity – Liveliness xxxv. Loquacity – Talkativeness xxxvi. Doleful – Sad b. Chapter Summaries Chapter 1 i...
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  • Traditional Marriage Has Outlasted Its Relevance
    to the embassy. Summary: A person being married is looked upon as a signed of being upstanding and dependable. PARAGRAPH THREE Topic sentence: Traditional marriage promotes economic security and emotional stability in the family unit. Supporting Detail 1 Traditional marriage...
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  • Billy Budd Summary
    ------------------------------------------------- Chapters 1–2 Summary: Chapter 1 The narrator begins the story by recalling a time, in the days before steamships, when it was common to observe in port towns a group of sailors gathered around a “Handsome Sailor” type—a man who stood out from...
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  • Evaluation Study of Passengers’ Satisfaction Level on Services Offered by Three Motor Boat Lines Along the River Chindwin
    study. Chapter (2) explains the study background of three Express Motor Boat lines which all are running along the River of Chindwin and the profile about the surveyed passengers of 200 who took a ride on each line of three express motor boat lines selected to be evaluated in this study. Chapter (3...
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  • The Kurds of Syria
    sentenced by the SSSC in a grossly unfair trail. Four of the men received sentences of three years imprisonment while the other eleven received two year sentences; Amnesty International, 18 February 2005. 39 Amnesty International, 19 January 2005. 32 33 34 35 36 37 Summary 21 held in...
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  • Three Men In A Boat
    Three men in a boat by Jerome k. Jerome It is the novel about three friends Jeorge , Harry, Jerome and the dog Montmorency. They decides to have a vacation to an island as they are exhausted due to overworkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk. Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog),[Note 1...
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  • Snow Falling on Ceders
    Northwest Booksellers Association Award and the prestigious PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction in 1995. Chapter 1 Summary It is a cold day on December 6, 1954 and Kabuo Miyamoto, a 31-year-old local fisherman, is on trial for the murder of Carl Heine Jr., another 31-year-old fisherman. Judge Llewellyn...
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  • Treasure Island
    treasure from the hands of the pirates by the good men of law and their safe return also records Jim’s journey from an immature boy to a responsible young man. SHORT SUMMARY (Synopsis) The book opens in a seaside inn named Admiral Benbow Inn, where the protagonist, Jim Hawkins is writing...
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  • Book Review
    Nicolson, London. The book is a hardbound edition with five hundred pages, divided into a total of twenty three chapters and contains fourteen illustrations, five maps and six appendices. 2. The Author. Grand Admiral Doenitz (1891 – 1980) was a pioneer in evolution of strategy of submarine...
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  • Three Men on a Boat
    rowing the boat rather than tow it, and begin to quarrel about which two should pull the oars and which should sit and steer. In a boat, J. remarks, each person imagines he has done more work than anyone else. J. gives a synopsis of the three men 's various experience with boats. He himself became...
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  • Projects
    purpose is to explain us about the condition of most of the Indian village families. SUMMARY OF ALL CHAPTERS Chapter 1: In the first chapter of “the village by the sea”, the author introduces the characters and their lives. The eldest sister of this family is Lila, the protagonist with her two...
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  • book of dead
    a whole. Occasionally by error two groups of men would transcribe the same chapter; hence in the papyrus of Ani, Chapter XVIII. occurs twice (see within, p. cxlviii.). [1. Recueil de Travaux, t. iv., p. 62. 2. Naville, Todtenbuch (Einleitung), pp. 41-43.] {p. xxx} Selection and arrangement...
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  • loohhjj
    development of an orphan named Pip. The novel was first published in serial form in Dickens's weekly periodical All the Year Round, from 1 December 1860 to August 1861. In October 1861, Chapman and Hall published the novel in three volumes. Dickens originally intended Great Expectations to be...
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  • World Lit only by Fire Reading Journal
    becoming common knowledge for possibly decades. Major Times On Easter (April 1 and 2, 1521) a mutiny broke out involving three of the five ship captains. Magellan took quick and decisive action. Luis de Mendoza, the captain of Victoria, was killed by a party sent by Magellan and the ship was recovered...
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  • Billy Budd Essay
    that he might be able to win the men over with his personality. He did, but there were still many captains who thought of their crews as powder kegs ready to blow. Billy Budd Chapter 6 Summary * Now, despite the fact that Melville just spent three chapters telling us about how tense things...
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  • Gulliver
    Part I, "A Voyage to Lilliput," Chapters I-II Chapter 1 Each chapter is advertised. In this chapter, "The Author gives some Account of himself and Family, his first Inducements to travel. He is shipwrecked, and swims for his Life, gets safe on shoar in the Country of Lilliput, is made a Prisoner...
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  • dialogue between mahatma gandhi and hitler
    to blind him will take place in three days. Fearing this resolution, Gulliver crosses the channel and arrives in Blefuscu. Summary: Chapter VIII Three days later, he sees a boat of normal size—that is, big enough to carry him—overturned in the water. He asks the emperor of Blefuscu to help him...
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  • Chapter-by-Chapter Book Summary St. Matthew
    his own genealogy and purpose in this world – and that is to redeem us for our sins. CHAPTER 2 * Total Number of Verses: 23 * Personage in the Chapter: Herod, Joseph, Mary, Jesus, Balthazar, Gaspar, and Melchior. * Main Event: The Visit of the Wise Men (1-12) - Three wise men...
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  • Huckleberry Finn
    his way to the raft, and he and Jim shove off once again. Huck dances for joy on the raft. His heart sinks, however, when the duke and the dauphin approach in a boat. Summary: Chapter 30 The dauphin nearly strangles Huck out of anger at his desertion, but the duke stops him. The con men explain...
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  • Hong Kong Cultural Analysis
     “Hong Kong Country Notebook” Disney Store Alicia Zaga Haber Global Marketing Professor: Loni Lyons April 8th 2014 INDEX EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Hong Kong is a mainly Chinese populated country, it became an economic...
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