• Frankenstein Summary
    Summary: Chapter 1 The stranger, who the reader soon learns is Victor Frankenstein, begins his narration. He starts with his family background, birth, and early childhood, telling Walton about his father, Alphonse, and his mother, Caroline. Alphonse became Caroline’s protector when her father, Alphonse’s...
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  • Great Expectations
    blacking warehouse (blacking was a type of manufactured soot used to make a black pigment for products such as matches or fertilizer). Dickens found the three months he spent apart from his family highly traumatic. Not only was the job itself miserable, but he considered himself too good for it, earning the...
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  • Death
    Gates of Fire Plot Summary A captive Greek, named Xeones, dictates his story to a scribe who works for the Persian King, Xerxes. The scribe forewarns Xerxes that the story contains much foul language, but the King wants to read exactly what Xeones has to say. Xeones sustains life-threatening battle...
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  • How Did World War I Impact Women? Ib History Hl Internal Assessment
    Higher Candidate: Adriana Bendeck 001275001 Word Count: 1,900 A. Plan of Investigation How Did World War I Impact Women? As men left their old work to fill the need for soldiers, women were able, and in fact needed, to take the men’s place in the work force. The aim of this investigation...
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  • Kalypso Simulation
    COMPANY PRESENTATION.................................................................................................................................... 17 1. THE MODEL AND THE MARKET........................................................................................................................ 19 1...
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  • The Big Money Analysis
    THE BIG MONEY Plot Summary The structure of The Big Money is not divided into traditional numbered or thematically named chapters. In the table of contents, each chapter in the novel is identified by the character whose point of view directs the chapter and comprises a "Newsreel," a "The Camera Eye...
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  • The Age of Innocence
    Chapters 1-5 Chapter One Summary: The play opens at the opera. Newland Archer enters his opera box and looks out across the theater to see his girlfriend, May Welland, touch the lilies he had given her. While dreaming of their future together, his thoughts are interrupted by gasps from the gentlemen...
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  • Snow Falling on Ceders
    Snow Falling on Cedars Summary David Guterson's reputation as a writer began with his first novel, Snow Falling on Cedars. It is a blend of courtroom drama and romance that takes place in a small town in Washington. Set in 1954, the novel examines the dynamics of the fictitious community of San Piedro...
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  • faith,love,time and Dr. lazaro
    the Night by: Edilberto K. Tiempo) Ricajel G. Cezar II-20 AB/BSE LITERATURE October 17, 2013 Prof. Rosarito Suatengco I. SUMMARY Main Events 1.) All the army is gathered into the chapel to attend the service lead by Camacho. While Camacho was giving his sermon, the mind of Cortes...
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  • If We Make a Plantation
    1. There were many worries and discomforts the Plymouth colonists had to endure from the three readings, “if we make a plantation”, “of the plantation” chapter nine, and chapter ten. The main fear among all three readings was death. Death from starvation, from the Indians, and the questioning if the...
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  • Projects
    money The author Anita Desai’s main 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...
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  • Evaluation Study of Passengers’ Satisfaction Level on Services Offered by Three Motor Boat Lines Along the River Chindwin
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION A transport service is critically important for communication and commerce among the regions in a country. Inland water transport is a very significant means of transport among the road, air, and water transport modes. Even though Government has invested heavily in public...
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  • Hiroshima
    Book Summary On August 6, 1945, the first atomic bomb is dropped from an American plane on the 245,000 residents of Hiroshima, Japan. Most of the city is destroyed and thousands of its inhabitants die. Some of its citizens survive and suffer the debilitating effects of terrible burns and radiation illness...
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  • The Adventures of Huck Finn Analysis
    Polly in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, was a loving and expressive mother—but was also a strict disciplinarian who preached Christian morality.  Three of the seven Clemens children died before the age of ten.  Samuel’s older brother Orion is the only sibling who seems to have played an important role...
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  • History
    Amity International School Sector-46, Gurgaon H.H.W. Class IX EnglishMake a creative jacket cover of the novel three men in the boat . Also write the synopsis of the story in 150-200 words. CLASS IX Global times H.W. Time Machine: What would it be like if you could travel back in time and relive...
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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] published...
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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, and...
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  • Billy Budd Essay
    Chapter 1 * The narrator describes how walking along the docks aside the man-of-wars (ships), one might see a group of sailors flanking one superior figure among them – namely, the "Handsome Sailor," our protagonist, Mr. Billy Budd (1.1). * He then cuts to Liverpool, where he talks about...
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  • advertising to childern
    Notes By Liane Purnell, Senior Lecturer in English at Newman College of Higher Education Death on the Nile What could be better than a honeymoon boat trip on the River Nile? After their recent and unexpected marriage Linnet and Simon join the other passengers on board, who we soon realise all have ...
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  • loohhjj
    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 twice as long, but constraints imposed by...
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