• South on the Slot
    In the short story South of the Slot by Jack London, an iron crack runs down the center of Market Street. It is the twin slot that guides the horsecars on their way, similar to the famous cable car tracks in San Francisco. It also separates the northern commercial areas and good neighborhoods from the...
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  • Literature
    of Grass * The hay day of American Romanticism: 1850-1855 Day 2: 6/4/13 Realism Hatfield’s vs. Macoy’s * Entire south embroiled in conflict * The South loses * Conflict about money and how to make money and who gets the most. * Causes the civil war. * Lasts 4 years and...
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  • South of the Slot by Jack London
    South of the slot, by Jack London The slot is a metaphor of the "class cleavage of society". There was a contrast between the North and South of the Slot in terms of building types: in the North were the higher-class centers of diversion, lodging, and business; and in the South were the lower-class...
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  • Mrs Wayne
    doing outreach work in other schools as well as KES. She is now leaving to take up a position as Head of Business and Economics at a school in South London and we wish her every success. John Benstead and Matt Girling Having successfully completed their first years of teaching at KES and becoming...
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  • Jack London
    restless and courageous to a fault, always eager for adventure on land or sea, he was one of the most attractive and romantic figures of his time. Jack London ascribed his literary success largely to hard work - to "dig," as he put it. He tried never to miss his early morning 1,000-word writing stint, and...
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  • The Call of Jack London
    The Call Of Jack London During a time when man had gold fever, and philosophical views plagued the minds of many, one man took these views and turned them into great outdoor adventures. John "Jack" Griffith London, a twentieth century author, wrote The Call of the Wild, other novels, and short...
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  • Compare and Contrast of Owl Creek, Bad Boy, and to Light a Fire
    I have just read three great stories by Jack London, Mark Twain, and Ambrose Bierce. I have heard of the first two and I have read stories by both, but Ambrose Bierce is new to me. I think that Ambrose Bierce's story "An Occurrence at Owl Creek" caught me off guard and I was upset at first, but I am...
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  • New Ways in Transactional Analysis
    fundamental concept in scientific psychology”. Australian Journal of Psychology. 1983, 35, 289-304. FREUD, S. 1900. Interpretation of Dreams. Unwin: London. JOHN, I.D. “Science as a justification for psychology as a social institution”, Australian Psychologist. 1984, 19, 29-37. KUHN, T.S. 1962. The Structure...
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  • the rise of naturalism
    The Rise of Naturalism The Law of Life RL 2 Determine two or more themes or central ideas of a text and analyze their development over the course of the text. RL 3 Analyze the impact of the author’s choices regarding how to develop and relate elements of a story. RL 4 Analyze the impact of...
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  • Nature- to Build a Fire
    extremely dangerous but it is also a beautiful component of the earth. People view nature in unique ways that are displayed through actions and words. Jack London, author of “To Build a Fire”, and Henry David Thoreau, author of Walden, both value nature and view it in a unique way that is translated to their...
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  • How Does Dickens Introduce the Main Themes and Concerns of the Novel in the Opening Chapters of “Great Expectations”?
    How does Dickens introduce the main themes and concerns of the novel in the opening chapters of “Great Expectations”? “Great Expectations” is a “Tragi-comedy” written by the famous novelist Charles Dickens during the early 19th centaury. It is synonymous with the suffering of real people during the...
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  • conversation topics
    Italian restaurant** Server: Hi, what can I get for you? Jack: Hello, I would like to start with vegetable soup, please. Server: Okay, and for you Ma’am? Jill: I’ll have the mixed salad. Server: Very good, and for your main course? Jack: I think we’ll share the mushroom pizza. Is it any good...
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  • Uophx
    Wed, 31st Dec New Years @South Coast Each event has an average of 800 students with a spill-over in numbers. THE EVENTS IN DETAIL EVENT NAME: BLACK SATURDAY VENUE: Crooked Q’s / Klub House TIME: 9 P.M. TO 6 A.M. THEME / DESCRIPTION: Hip-Hop/Old School/New Jack Swing & Motown Classics...
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  • The Rise of Realism
    THE RISE OF REALISM (1860-1914) The U.S. Civil War (1861-1865) between the industrial North and the agricultural, slave-owning South was an important event that marked American history. Before the war, idealists championed human rights, especially the abolition of slavery; after the war, Americans increasingly...
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  • Advertising answer
    since it was the name of the M.D.’s son. The Agency had considered fifty other optional brand names. Marketing research showed Venky’s connoted a South Indian image and was associated with vegetarian food. There were also connections with Lord Venkateshwara. Headlines These worked hard to ward...
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  • Kiss 100 Fm Marketing
    have chosen Kiss 100 — radio station which specializes in rhythmic and dance music. It is one of the most popular and successful radio stations in London, reaching around 2 million listeners per week. However, it also has quite strong rivals, especially Capital FM in the target market. Hence, we have...
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  • Ap Books Summaries
    upper class. The Great Gatsby, a depressing book with a similar plot revolving around the difference between social classes yet completely different theme, showed the emptiness, numbness and cruelty of the upper-class, while Pride and Prejudice insisted even through the difference in class and stubbiness...
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  • To Build a Fire
    Story: “To Build a Fire” 1908 Author: “Jack London” Central character: “The Man” A man to the natives he was called “chechaquo” which means his first winter to the Northern Yukon (London 115). Not quite knowledgeable of the weather of the Northern Yukon. With what little experience known what the...
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  • American Literature Questions
    subject matters mainly focus on the landscape and people in ______ , he wrote many poems that investigate the basic themes of man's life in his long poetic career. A. the west B. the south C. New England D. Alaska 38. Most critics have agreed that Fitzgerald is both an insider and an outsider of ______...
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  • Preperation Kit
    Minor / subordinate characters, antagonist (Flat character, an “enemy”) 4. Setting time, place and social class. 5. Themes: What is the story/about? Major themes and subthemes 6. Point of view: The main character exposed, get access to thoughts and feelings. 7. Beginning/ending:...
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