"Summary Of Room On The Roof" Essays and Research Papers

  • Summary Of Room On The Roof

    very strong influence from the social life in the hill stations at the foothills of the Himalayas, where he spent his childhood. His first novel, "The Room On the Roof", was written when he was 17 and published when he was 21. It was partly based on his experiences at Dehra, in his small rented room on the roof, and his friends. The "Room On the Roof" brought him the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize in 1957. Since then he has written over three hundred short stories, essays and novellas (including...

    Dehradun, Fiction, Landour 1015  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room on the Roof Summary

    English to their son Kishen.Inspite of Kishen being a rowdy , rude boy he is attached to Rusty as Rusty is the only one who understands him. BOOK REVIEW ‘THE ROOM ON THE ROOF’ by Ruskin BondReviewed by Saurabh SinghIs it a adore relationship? Or we should call it a moving plot of love and friendship? The classic novel The Room on the Roof by Ruskin bond is in my opinion, a unique and gripping blend of these genres. Written in 1953, it is an epic teenager saga full of excitement, experience, happiness...

    Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Landour 606  Words | 2  Pages

  • An Analysis of The Room on the Roof by Ruskin Bond

    The Room On The Roof written by Ruskin Bond The Room On The Roof Top is a story about a 16yr old boy-Rusty. Who himself is English but lives with his caretaker in DehraDun. His caretaker being a typical strict and shrewd guardian,imposes forced discipline on him. Somehow Rusty meets a bunch of Indian boys who become friends with him and together they explore the streets of Dehra. Living in a very enclosed environment, when Rusty gets involved in Indian festivals like HOLI and Diwali....he feels...

    Dehradun, India, Landour 898  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Room of One's Own Summary

    A Room of One's Own Summary Virginia Woolf, giving a lecture on women and fiction, tells her audience she is not sure if the topic should be what women are like; the fiction women write; the fiction written about women; or a combination of the three. Instead, she has come up with "one minor point--a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction." She says she will use a fictional narrator whom she calls Mary Beton as her alter ego to relate how her thoughts on the lecture...

    Black-and-white films, Female, Gender 1718  Words | 5  Pages

  • THE ROOM ON THE ROOF

     THE ROOM ON THE ROOF This summer vacation visit your childhood days again. Simply delve into the worlds of Rusty and his gang of friends in the famous Rusty series penned by our very own, lovable-Ruskin Bond. The first in this series is ‘The Room On The Roof‘ which Bond himself wrote when he was only 17 years old. It was the story that got him fame and won him the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize. While the entire series is promoted as predominantly children fiction, anyone can read the...

    1997 albums, A Story, Adolescence 672  Words | 5  Pages

  • Room on the Roof

    -CHILDREN’S DAY CONTEST ENTRY (BOOK REVIEW) 2011 GO TO HOME PAGE BOOK REVIEW ‘THE ROOM ON THE ROOF’ by Ruskin Bond Reviewed by Saurabh Singh Is it a adore relationship? Or we should call it a moving plot of love and friendship? The classic novel The Room on the Roof by Ruskin bond is in my opinion, a unique and gripping blend of these genres. Written in 1953, it is an epic teenager saga full of excitement, experience, happiness and friendship. The tale is set in Dehradun, focusing on Rusty...

    Book review, Friendship, Interpersonal relationship 581  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Room on the Roof

    had to deal with the trauma of the past. This admired contemporary writer has grown up, and through her writings, it is evident that she is still trying to understand and live with the "silence" which her blood relations bestowed upon her. A Room on the Roof displays the innate tension when prejudice, misunderstanding and fear that arises when not knowing, and questioning what is known to ones self. It seems that individuals adopt thinking, values and beliefs of those around them, which is primarily...

    Antagonist, Culture, Interpersonal relationship 529  Words | 2  Pages

  • Autobiographical Elements of the Room on the Roof

    Summary  Room on The Roof is the first novel by Ruskin Bond .   It is the story of Rusty who is a 16 year old boy. After his parents died he was living with his English Guardian. He was quite unhappy with the ruthless ways and strict rules of his Guardian and decides to break-free one day. So he goes to nearby market and makes many friends and starts living there.   He discovers life is not that easy and he has to face a number of challenges that are waiting for him Ruskin Bond in his first venture...

    Dehradun, Fiction, Kasauli 662  Words | 2  Pages

  • Summary of the Film "The Smartest Guys in the Room"

    ‘Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room’ Frauds and financial scandals in the business world were before an Enron’s case and will be after it. That’s in human nature. But a chain of events lead to an enormous shock on the Wall Street and went down in history as one of the biggest business scandals. For a long time sequence of events was a basis for articles and books, documental films and analytic researches. Specialties were retold and discussed by analytics. It was real human tragedy. The film...

    Andrew Fastow, Enron, Enron Energy Services 2046  Words | 6  Pages

  • Summary

    Summary== Colonel Herncastle, an unpleasant former soldier, brings the Moonstone back with him from India where he acquired it by theft and murder during the [[Siege of Seringapatam]]. Angry at his family, who shun him, he leaves it in his will as a birthday gift to his niece Rachel, thus exposing her to attack by the stone's hereditary guardians, who, legend says, will stop at nothing to retrieve it. Rachel wears the stone to her birthday party, but that night it disappears from her room. Suspicion...

    Birthday party, Black-and-white films, Iggy Pop 1517  Words | 4  Pages

  • Summary

    1 UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND PRESS The Spare Room Kathryn Lomer Teachers’ Notes ISBN: 978 07022 3477 4 / AU$18.95 Summary Structure Characters Discussion Drama About the Author 2 2 2 3 4 4 These notes may be reproduced free of charge for use and study within schools but they may not be reproduced (either in whole or in part) and offered for commercial sale. Staff House Road St Lucia QLD 4067 Australia PO Box 6042 St Lucia QLD 4067 Australia Ph: (+61 7) 3365 2606 Fax: (+61 7) 3365...

    Australia, Brisbane, Post office 1331  Words | 5  Pages

  • Summary

    Summary [icon] | This section requires expansion. (March 2012) | During the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, Anne Frank received a diary as one of her presents on her 13th birthday. She began to write in it on June 14, 1942, two days later, and twenty two days before going into hiding with her father Otto, mother Edith, older sister Margot, and another family, Hermann van Pels, his wife Auguste, and their teenage son Peter. The group went into hiding in the sealed-off upper rooms of...

    Anne Frank, Anne Frank House, Fritz Pfeffer 2180  Words | 5  Pages

  • Green Roofs

    Helgeson Green Roofs are they worth it? GS1200 Natural History of Illinois September 29, 2008 Dr. Linda Vick Green Roofs, Why Bother? When we think of a roof we think of something that protects and covers the top of a building or structure. But now days, there is more possibilities for the use and function of a roof top. It is called a Green Roof. A green roof is creating a rooftop that is covered with plants, grasses or small shrubs, trees, and soil. Green roofs help save energy...

    Concrete, Global warming, Green roof 1562  Words | 5  Pages

  • Green Roof

    don’t know what green roof is. So, what it is? A green roof is not a surface painted green, it is a living surface of plants growing in a soil layer on top of the roof. A thinner or thicker soil layer is spread over the roof membrane itself, sometimes with a protective root barrier, often with a drainage layer underneath. On the substrate, draught-tolerant species of plants are grown. Roof vegetation like this one doesn’t at all damage the waterproofing membrane of the roof. In fact it protects it...

    Green roof, Roof, Roof garden 2158  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rooms and Main Office

    door was two building. The main office and Storage room. In the main office there were office TA’s. Needed for the transportation of new books. They would transport the books on Carts. They went to the library. From there they go to Class Rooms. As the toru went on I was getting hungry. Turns out they have snack bars all over the school. They even have a place to sit down and eat. Its a building with no walls. Just pillars to support the roof. All this one the very foundation of the school. ...

    Bebe Neuwirth, Elijah Wood, Ox 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • Summary

    Venice is a timeless piece and provides great themes to be analyzed for purposes of a book report. The Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare's less popular comedies, having been plagued in recent times with complaints of anti-Semitic themes. The summary of this really has to do with the character Shylock, a caricature of a greedy, Jewish money-lender. The two main characters of the story are a Venetian merchant, Antonio, and his Bassanio, who is in love with a wealthy heiress named Portia. Bassanio...

    Antonio, Portia, Shylock 720  Words | 3  Pages

  • summary

    and to the tolerance of ambiguity. Summary of results and discussion This section is organized according to the answers to the research question of this study, which was: How does cultural background impact upon strategy use? Both groups of students used strategies frequently. According to the results, there was no overall statistical difference in strategy use, according to the means. At the category level, no differences were identified. These summary result mirror the Grainger (1997) study...

    Education, Language acquisition, Language education 1127  Words | 4  Pages

  • summaries

     Research Summaries Research Summaries When discussing parenting styles, the name of Diana Baumrind always comes up. She proposed the idea of different parenting styles based on how responsive and demanding a parent is. Three different parenting styles are compared and contrasted. Permissive parents are accepting and affirmative toward their child’s desires. Authoritarian parents try to completely control the behavior of their child while authoritative parents try to direct the...

    Childhood, Concerted cultivation, Developmental psychology 1481  Words | 5  Pages

  • summary

    Summary Huang xiaoxiaArticle: Using netnography research method to reveal the underlying dimensions of the customer/tourist experience This study aims to examine the concept of customer experience in the tourist industry by using netnography research method. Customer experience is defined as the internal and subjective response that customers have of any direct or indirect contact with a company. The origin of “customer experience” is the book, Experience Economy. The authors claimed that experiences...

    Positivism, Quantitative research, Research 764  Words | 2  Pages

  • Protagonist and Room

    1. I read the book Room, by Emma Donoghue, which was copy-righted in 2010. 2. Emma Donoghue was born in 1969, in Dublin Ireland, where she was the youngest of 8 in her family. As a kid, she attended Catholic convent schools, and then attended the University of Dublin. She moved to England shortly afterwards, where she got her PHD in English from the University of Cambridge. Since then she has made a living by being a writer. She now lives in Canada with her husband, and 2 kids. (Emma...

    Emma Donoghue, English-language films, Protagonist 1602  Words | 5  Pages

  • cat on a hot tin roof

     Cat on a Hot Tin Roof The play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a tragedy written by Tennessee Williams. The play takes place in the summer of the mid 1950’s in the bed room of a Mississippi plantation owned by one of the characters named Big Daddy. There are three major characters in the play: Big Daddy, his son Brick, and Brick’s wife Maggie. The rest of the family is present in the play but don’t play such important roles. The major theme of the play is mendacity and its effects on its subjects...

    American films, Confession, Deception 1080  Words | 3  Pages

  • Summary

    advancement in technology people can know what their child is going to be before he or she is born. If it is a boy the things that people buy will be more masculine and rough. If it is a girl the things that a parent would buy would be more feminine. The rooms would be different colors and the toys would portray different things. Mass media continues to portray men and women by institutions and socialization agents. The portrayal of women and men can be stereotypical. Men are usually personified as the...

    Advertising, Gender, Gender identity 1153  Words | 3  Pages

  • Summary

    Case Study#1 Summary Problems facing by Strategic Marketing Unit Two (SMU2) of Fine Food: Unfairly allocated costing system Unreliable performance evaluation standard leads to undervaluation of SMU2 and negative motivational effect on employees. Key Findings: Fine Foods allocates some period costs (including sales and marketing costs, media and sales promotion costs, and freight out cost) based on weight of product sold. SMU2 thus seems less profitable because the main product of SMU2 is Product...

    Cost, Costs, Economics of production 1677  Words | 6  Pages

  • Summary

    Quantification of Stylistic Traits: A Statistical Approach Summary of the Study This study attempts to identify the distinct stylistic features of the three contemporary Tamil scholars named Mahakavi Barathi (MB), V. Kalsanasundaram (VK) and Subramaniya Iyer (SI) by using their literary works. These three scholars wrote articles on India's Freedom Movement in the magazine called India. Initially, all the three scholars have written articles by attributing their names however, because of the...

    Grammar, Grammatical tense, Noun 1100  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Green Roof

    The Green Roof 04/29/2013   Abstract A green roof or living roof is a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. It may also include additional layers such as a root barrier and drainage and irrigation systems. Container gardens on roofs, where plants are maintained in pots, are not generally considered to be true green roofs, although this is still left for debated. Green roofs serve several purposes...

    Garden, Green roof, Ralph Hancock 2062  Words | 6  Pages

  • summary

    Summary marybeth04102 years, 2 months ago 0  The narrator in "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" is a loyal friend and good-sport character, who is never identified by name. On a quest for his friend to find out information about Reverend Leonidas W. Smiley, the narrator never does discover anything about this Mr. Smiley. Instead he finds Simon Wheeler in Angel's Camp who proceeds to tell him about a man named Jim Smiley. Jim Smiley was a man who would bet on almost anything...

    Angels Camp, California, Calaveras County, California, Frog 2239  Words | 6  Pages

  • Summary in Conception

    Summary in Conception In John Rawls’ paper titled Two Concepts of Rules, Rawls attempts to clearly define the difference between “justifying a practice and justifying a particular action falling under it” (Rawls Chp. 1 par. 1). Rawls effectively conveys to the reader how the practice conception of rules is easily relatable to the rules and practices in a game, more specifically, baseball, while also saying that utilitarianism is more synergistic and understandable with the practice conception...

    Abstraction, Baseball, Concept 926  Words | 3  Pages

  • executive summary

     Executive Summary: Education for Recovery Room Nurses on the Topic of Diverticular Disease Dina Gibson Grand Canyon University: NRS-415V November 10, 2013 Executive Summary: Education for Recovery Room Nurses on the Topic of Diverticular Disease We as nurses have a common goal of educating the people that we care for and teaching them in detail about disease management and prevention. Diverticular disease is characterized by small pouches in the colon. Most people do not...

    Colon, Colonoscopy, Constipation 930  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room & Board

    Room & Board: A Strategic Case Study Analysis Strategic Profile and Case Analysis Purpose Room & Board was wholly owned by John Gabbert, who had created it more than 25 years earlier. As a Minnesota-based privately owned company, Room & Board has been known for offering products that combined classic, simple design with high quality handcrafted furniture and giving exceptional service to their customers. Approximately $50 million of revenue a year was generated through Room &...

    Case study, Competition, Competitor analysis 749  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Poker Room

    The Poker Room The poker room is a very unique and exciting place, but it can also be a frustrating place. Poker is a game for everyone. There are many different types of people in a poker room, anywhere from rich to middle class and in some cases lower than that. There are many sights and sounds all around, from the people to the décor, as well as the materials for the games. Poker consists of lots of different games and there’s usually at least one table for each game type. All of this makes...

    Card game, Community card poker, Gambling 1028  Words | 3  Pages

  • Roof Garden Guidelines

    Roof Gardens: An Overview By Catherine McDonald July 22, 2009 Roof gardens have existed since ancient times. The first known historical references to such gardens were in ancient Mesopotamia, built from the fourth millennium until around 600 B.C. Today, roof gardens range from the humble (a small container garden) to the extravagant (an acre or more filled with several different styles of gardens). * Beyond just being aesthetically pleasing, roof gardens have practical benefits, too...

    City, Garden, Gardening 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room by Emma Donaghue

    Period 1 ROOM Emma Donoghue author of the book Room a national bestseller is a great book about a five year old boy Jack held captive in an 11-11 foot room with his Ma. This book is a story about the strong relationship between a five year old kid and his mom and the story about a boy and his curiosity level in the outside world. The story begins on Jack’s 5th birthday in “Room.” To Jack Room is the world and he believes Room is all there is. Ma who is Jack’s mom had been locked in room for 7 years...

    English-language films, Hospital, The Great Escape 1208  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fiddler on the Roof

    Fiddler on the Roof is a classic musical about Jewish life set in the small Ukraine town of Anatevka during the early 20th century. It reveals Jewish life and the problems the people faced in pre-revolutionary Russia. It is a tumultuous time in Russia with the persecution of Jews and the anti-Tsarist sentiment that would lead to the Revolution. This movie centered on the life of Tevye (Topol), a hard working milkman, his wife, and five daughters. Tevye is constantly torn between his traditional Jewish...

    Antisemitism, Fiddler on the Roof, Halakha 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Montana summary

    Summary of Montana Chapter One and Prologue The novel Montana was written by Larry Watson. In the prologue, the author writes the reason why he wrote this story and the main plot of this story. From chapter one, we can know that the family lived in Mercer Country, Montana. The author himself is an inward boy but wants to go outside to satisfy himself. His father, Wesley, has broken legs and is a sheriff. His mother, Gail, is an urban woman who wants to move out of this small town and wants...

    American television actors, Family, Father 929  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room Division and It

    Room Division and It’s Function 1. Front Office Front office has been described as the hub or nerve center of the hotel. It is the department that makes a first impression on the guest and one that the guest relies on throughout his or her stay for information and service. It’s duty is to enhance guest services by constantly developing services to meet guest needs. The function of front office are the followings: To sell and up-sell rooms The front office will hand over all the expected...

    Concierge, Hotel 1068  Words | 7  Pages

  • summary and reaction

    Bashar H. Attiya Mrs. Newbegin StepUp-Reading 10-21-2013 VANISHING VOICES BY RUSS RYMER Citation Rymer R. (2012). Vanishing Voices. National Geographic, July 2012. Summary The writer started his article by describing a group of people called Tuvans, who lives in a remote area in the Republic of Tuva, in Russian Federation. The importance of this group came from the fact that they are speaking Tuvan, a language consider by linguists to be among a group of languages that are...

    Language, Languages, Linguistics 1304  Words | 4  Pages

  • Executive Summary

    Executive Summary: A Project for Quality Improvement and Cost Reduction Most of the health care organizations are very much interested in quality improvement activities since they are facing a big competition in the market. Quality improvement activities and the role of nurses in this area are increasing simultaneously. Since nurses are the primary care givers in the hospitals their influence in quality improvement is remarkable. Quality improvement is a formal method to bring the service to the...

    Bedsore, Gangrene, Hospital 914  Words | 3  Pages

  • Favorite Room

    Cropp Descriptive essay Do you have a favorite room in your house? Mine just so happens to be my bedroom. My bedroom is a place where I can go to relax, or to have some alone time. I like my room because the design, layout, and décor were all chosen by me to suit my needs. A person walking into my favorite room is able to learn about my likes and dislikes very easily. The room describes my personality. If you were asked to describe your favorite room in your home what would you say? The walls of...

    Bedroom, Brown, Color 1451  Words | 4  Pages

  • Analysis of a Room

    night. Or the feeling of always living in fear and knowing that the next day just might not come? In the novel Room by Emma Donoghue, a little boy named Jack and his 'Ma' are stuck in an endless circle of constant fear and living in the unknown. Jack and Ma are trapped inside room. A place where Jack calls home, but where Ma calls a prison. This novel is truly inspiring. In the novel Room one of the main characters is Jack's mother who he calls Ma. I believe that I relate and closely identify with...

    English-language films, First-person narrative, Novel 1763  Words | 4  Pages

  • To Room Nineteen

    To Room 19 , Final draft In the short story “To Room Nineteen” by Doris Lessing, Susan Rawlings is a woman living what seems like the perfect life with the perfect marriage. However, it soon becomes clear that Susan isn’t as happy with her life as one might think upon first glance. Slowly but surely, Susan begins to drift away from her home life in attempts to find freedom through solitude. This reaction can be analyzed by taking a closer look at how Susan relates to the places in her life such...

    English-language films, Geography, Hotel 1241  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room Essay

    Hum 482 Room Essay The novel Room by Emma Donoghue features a woman, Ma, who was kidnapped and put into a room by her abductor. While in the room she had a child, Jack, and managed to raise him for five years without leaving the room. After five years, Ma and Jack create a successful escape plan. Once they are outside of room, Jack is overwhelmed by everything and has a hard time differentiating what is real vs. what is made up. Prior to escaping, the room was Jacks entire life, and he loved being...

    Family 1536  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rooms Division

     Rooms Division In a statistics conducted by the U.S. Lodging Industry in 1995, it has been shown that the majority of hotels revenues (60.2 %) are generated from Rooms Division Department under the form of room sales. This very department provides the services guests expect during their stay in the Hotel. Lastly, the Rooms Division Department is typically composed of five different departments: a) Front Office b) Reservation c) Housekeeping d) Uniformed Services e) Telephone FRONT OFFICE Is...

    Bedroom, Hotel, Hotels 992  Words | 3  Pages

  • To Room Nineteen

    place where she can be alone and gain some measure of freedom, which has become increasingly important to her, Susan takes a spare room in the house for her own where she can enjoy some privacy. Matthew and the children respect her time there and determine not to take her for granted in the future. Susan's restlessness, however, is not ended by the time in her room. Her increased impatience and anger frighten her, specially one afternoon when she thinks she sees a man in her garden, stirring a snake...

    Domestic worker, Wadge hierarchy 941  Words | 3  Pages

  • To Room 19

    mind. A big difference between the two is their reactions to the rooms in which they spend most of their time. The room with the yellow wallpaper tortures Gilman’s narrator and it drives her out of her mind. Room nineteen to Lessing’s narrator is her place of freedom and release. Another similarity I found in the text, small but significant, is the color of the wallpaper (yellow) and the color of the walls outside the hotel where room nineteen resides, “The façade was a faded shiny yellow, like...

    Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Grammatical person, Husband 1119  Words | 3  Pages

  • room division

    UNIVERSITY Of ZIMBABWE FACULTY OF COMMERCE TOURISM, LEISURE AND HOSPITALITY STUDIES DEPARTMENT ROOMS DIVISION MANAGEMENT THM208 YEAR 2012 LECTURER: MRS. D ZENGENI Time table Monday 11.00-13.00hrs Tuesday 11.00-12.00hrs Preamble This course is designed to introduce students to the principles of accommodation management in hospitality industry. Emphasis will be placed on Rooms Divisions’ traditional role as the best generator of the hotel’s revenue as well as its principal operational...

    Hospitality industry, Hotel, Hotels 621  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Lumber Room

    Stylistic analysis of the text: “The lumber-room” by H.Munro From: Glazko Anastsiya FL81.2 Stylistic analysis of the text “The lumber-room” Hector Hugh Munro (December 18, 1870 – November 13, 1916), better known by the pen name Saki, was a British writer, whose witty and sometimes macabre stories satirized Edwardian society and culture. He is considered a master of the short story and is often compared to O. Henry and Dorothy Parker. His tales feature delicately drawn characters and finely...

    Edwardian era, Imagination, Metaphor 1112  Words | 3  Pages

  • Room Division

    ground of uniformed staff, including: control of the uniformed staff, close liaison with the front office manage and other departments, giving of information to guest concerning hotel services and local directions, message taking and issuing room keys, the booking of theatre and the confirmation of airline passages, arranging the hire of the hotel cars and soling of guest problems and queries about the hotel and recreation facilities. explain the roles and responsibilities...

    Bedroom, Concierge, Hotel 981  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Room

    people are touchy about their rooms getting messed with. My bedroom is a place where I can relax and be comfortable. Another important reason is I can go there when I want some privacy; all I have to do is shut my door and lock it. My room holds most all or almost all of my personal belongings and things are important to me. Bedrooms are a place where we can be comfortable and we can sit back and relax. When we are tired or not feeling the best we can go to our room, shut our door, and lie down...

    2008 singles, Bedroom, Birthday 900  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Red Room

    words. H.G Wills uses many of these techniques whilst writing ‘The Red Room’, I will be listing these techniques and explaining their effects during this essay. The title ‘The Red Room’ gives the story a scary image immediately. The word ‘The’ gives the impression that this room is unique which makes the story tense from the beginning because it makes the readers think why is it called ‘The red room’ rather than ‘A red room’. The alliteration in the title also gives it tension because of the word...

    English-language films, Thought 1118  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Red Room

    How effective is ‘The Red Room’ by H.G. Wells as a ghost story? The story ‘The Red Room’ is written by H.G. Wells in 1896. The story is written in first person narrative the narrator is the 28 year old male who is very arrogant and boastful about never seeing a ghost. The story is being told by the main male character. The Red Room is based in a suspected haunted house called Lorraine Castle. The character is in Lorraine castle because he has been told it is haunted so is there to investigate...

    English-language films, Ghost, Ghost hunting 1209  Words | 3  Pages

  • Child Proofing a Home Room by Room

    This is a parent’s basic guide to properly child-proofing a home room by room. In this guide to child proofing a home you will find instructions to do it yourself, a safety check for new babies, car safety, and safety tips for older children as well. My purpose for this guide is to help parents keep their children safe at home and on the road. Bathroom Safety Toilets and bathtubs – You must always be careful when it come to the risk of drowning and when it comes to your child. Your child should...

    Childhood, Childproofing, Infancy 999  Words | 3  Pages

  • O Henry's Furnished Room

    BRIEF SUMMARY The short story is about a young man searching for his love in a furnished room. He meets the owner of the furnished room that his love has rented recently. In the latter part of the story, the young man commits suicide in the same room where his love committed suicide, too. Moreover, the landlady tells to a friend that she knows the girl that the young man is looking for but she does not tell him because she is greatly taking care of her reputation and her business. She wants no...

    Fiction, Noun, Noun phrase 1264  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Waiting Room

    The Waiting Room When I was seventeen and in my senior year at high school, my mom had surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor. After the tumor was discovered, I prayed and cried myself to sleep every night. That spring I learned a little about death and about how I wanted to live my life. The doctors had decided that my mom needed to undergo intense radiation therapy which consisted of twenty minutes of radiation directed at the cancerous area, five days a week for six weeks. My mom could not...

    Breast cancer, Cancer, Cancer support group 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • summary leads

    Summary Lead ___The summary lead is the most traditional lead in a journalism article. It is to the point and factual. It's meant to give a reader a quick summary of the story in as few words as possible (should be 30 words or less), usually in one sentence. It contains the essence of the story (i.e. the most important, but not necessarily all, of the 5 Ws and H -- who, what, when, where, why and how). It cites the source of any opinions. ___For example, I frequently used this approach when I...

    A Story, Alan Greenspan, Lead 1636  Words | 5  Pages

  • Room 101

    biggest urge to just burn it out of your life completely because it does not deserve a place on earth? Well there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the three pointless, disgusting and aggravating matters that I would send to the dark isolation of Room 101 would most definitely be – Youtubers, overly obsessed One Direction fans or ‘Directioners’ and under aged people who get drunk. I would take immense joy in never having to see or hear of these abominations again in my life! Firstly, as much...

    Comedy, Facebook, Humour 911  Words | 2  Pages

  • Operating Room

    year degree and special training to keep the sterility of the operating room. Scrub Nurse: One of the first duties of a scrub nurse is to work with the rest of the team to make sure that everything needed for the surgical procedure is in the room and that a sterile environment has been established. The scrub nurse becomes a surgeon's go-to person when surgery begins. Observations for the patient once they get to recovery room: Check the patient's condition continuously Vital Signs Pain Level ...

    Anesthesia, Hospital, Medicine 1001  Words | 4  Pages

  • Titanium Dioxide Roofs Could Fight Air

    Titanium Dioxide Roofs Could Fight Air Pollution June 16, 2014 | by Stephen Luntz Cleaning the air of pollution is a traditional job for urban trees, but lately buildings, and even billboards, have got in on the act. However, it turns out we don't need to to substitute visual pollution for the atmospheric version. A study has revealed the potential of roofing tiles to turn every house into a battle station for clean air. Titanium dioxide is a highly versatile compound, used in plastics, sunscreen and food...

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  • Interrogation Room

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