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  • my dog died - 835 Words
    (Redirected from Eye of ender) Eye of Ender Eye of Ender.png Eye of Ender Type Items Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Network ID 15 Savegame ID EyeOfEnderSignal First appearance Beta 1.9pre3 Data value dec: 381 hex: 17D bin: 101111101 Name ender_eye An Eye of Ender (or Ender Eye) is a craftable item used to locate and activate End portals within Strongholds. Contents [hide] 1 Obtaining 1.1 Crafting 2 Usage 2.1 As a crafting ingredient 3...
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  • Communicative Lesson Plan - Spanish - Mi Casa
    LOTE Lesson Plan GENERAL INFORMATION |Name | | |School |King’s College (Years 9-12) | |Topic |Describing houses |Time allocation |50 min, 18 Apr 2013, 1:30 – 2:20 pm |...
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  • Essay/Speech (Journeys) - 1128 Words
    Essay/Speech on Journeys involving the texts "Journey to Freedom", "Legend" and "a Drive in the Country". A journey is a voyage of discovery. A journey is an adventure, a quest, which involves a course of travel or passage over any distance which involves an individual or individuals discovering, experiencing something new and foreign which will ultimately refine who they are slightly or dramatically, physically and/or emotionally. The discovery (“The action or process of discovering or...
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  • english - 1536 Words
    Vocabulary Words for the English Midterm Collected and Typed By Julia Sullivan Part One: Vocabulary Form Literature “The Most Dangerous Game” Amenity = (noun) something that adds to one’s comfort or convenience; something that is nice to have but isn’t necessary Scruple = (noun) an uneasy feeling arising from one’s conscience or principals Solicitously = (adverb) with an expression of care or concern Tangible = (adj.) capable of being touched or felt; having actual form and...
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  • creative writing tips 2
    Creative Writing Tips 1. What ideas about Identity are you going to convey in your creative? First of all, let’s start with thinking about Identity ideas, rather than the creative piece itself. You should choose 2-3 ideas that you think you want to write about or that you find the most interesting. If you’re unsure about what ideas about Identity there are – just think about the ones in your essay! It could be things like: •Belonging and identity: belonging gives us a sense of identity....
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  • Sunday in the Park - 544 Words
    Sunday In The Park In the story, "Sunday in the Park" by Bel Kaufman the characters introduced is a women (narrator/protagonist), who is with Morton (husband), and her three year old child (Larry) in the park on a pleasant Sunday evening. In the park there is another child (Joe) who is playing near Larry and starts to throw sand at Larry. The women says not to throw sand because it may heart someone's eyes. Morton stands up from his bench and wants to stop this fight; the big man (Joe's...
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  • I Am Thomas Notes
    Related Material I am Thomas Written by Armin Greder and Libby Gleeson. * “Powerful illustrations to a spare text makes a parable of Thomas’ journey, which reflects the courage we all need to fing out passion and be ourselves” (Blurb) * Recurring images of Travel and children’s toys. * Cover page- 3 images at the right top of page. The rest is blank * Written In first person. * Difference in illustrations: Pastel drawings is juxtaposed with charcoal drawings. *...
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  • Hermaphrodite - 485 Words
    Society is the definition of whether one fits in, or not. In Jeffery Eugenides’ novel Middle Sex he enforces several literary devices to describe the Callie’s mental reaction towards her physical discovery. Eugenides enforces literary terms such as narrative structure, imagery and tone to relate Callie's situation to society's cruel prejudice against those who are "not normal" In order for the reader to understand the structure of the novel, Eugenides uses two different points of views-first...
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  • Marine Corps Issue Viewpoint
    Marine Corps Issue The Points of View Essay Ali Raza M. Syed The short story Marine Corps Issue is written by David McLean. It is an account of a family who has been affected by the war; Jonathan’s father had fought against the Vietnamese and had become a POW. The past of the father had been kept a secret till Jonathan becomes curious and finds out the truth. It had been kept a secret because the parents did not want to expose the children to the cruel past...
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  • enter the void - 602 Words
    The most recent feature film by Gaspar Noe, Enter the Void, is a visually gripping film. Like a rollercoaster from the afterlife, this psychedelic melodrama(2) takes you through one’s perspective of death and what happens after your final breath. Noe has absolutely outdone himself in this masterpiece of cinematography. Much like his film, Irreversible, the camera soars through the air above Tokyo twisting and twirling from character to character and building to building. Shot...
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  • Science Investigatory Project - 2459 Words
    Parts of Speech Chapter 9 - Articles An article is a kind of adjective which is always used with and gives some information about a noun. There are only two articles a and the, but they are used very often and are important for using English accurately. The word a (which becomes an when the next word begins with a vowel - a, e, i, o, u) is called the indefinite article because the noun it goes with is indefinite or general. The meaning of the article a is similar to the number one,...
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  • Extract of 7 Habits of Effective People
    Back of every noble life there are principles that have fashioned it. To make habits, we need to develop all three components, knowledge, skill and desire. The tip of the iceberg (personality) is what people first see. Although image, techniques adn skills can influence your outward success, the weight of real effectiveness lies in good character. 4 levels of leadership personal, grows out of trustworthiness (a blance of high character and high competence)...
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  • 'to Da-Duh, in Memoriam’ and ‘a Horse and Two Goats’ Present Conflict
    In ‘To Da-Duh, In Memoriam’ and ‘A Horse and Two Goats’ both writers present conflicting ideas through language techniques, symbolism and themes. Paule Marshall’s ‘To Da-Duh’ expresses competition between the two main characters, her and her grandmother as an autobiographical story told from the point of view of an adult looking back on a childhood memory. R K Narayan wrote ‘A Horse and Two Goats’ in 3rd person displaying verbal difference between Muni, a poor Tamil-speaking villager, and a...
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  • Without the epigraph and prologue the meaning of Cloudstreet would be lost.
    Cloudstreet Essay 1 Mi**** De**** Essay question: “Without the epigraph and prologue the meaning of Cloudstreet would be lost.” How true is this statement? In your response consider the structure, language and ideas of the text. Cloudstreet is a great Australian novel written by Tim Winton. It’s famous for its authenticity giving it the ability to provoke nostalgia in the reader. The plot of Cloudstreet is summarised to be about the lives of two working class families coming from...
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  • Owl at Bridge - 451 Words
    “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” Objective-tells what happens without stating more than can be inferred from the story's action and dialogue. The narrator never discloses anything about what the characters think or feel, remaining a detached observer. Third Person-here the narrator. lets us know exactly how the characters feel. First Person-in the first person point of view, the narrator does participate in the action of the story. Omniscient-a narrator who knows everything about all the...
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  • Analysis of Pawn Stars - 734 Words
    Pawn Stars is a show set in a pawnshop in Las Vegas. The show goes through a day in the life of the workers. It shows all of the interesting people and items that walk through the door, and tells us a little of the history behind them. In the show pawn stars the coding and other elements in the background have a very profound effect on the show as a whole. All of the elements of the show can be broken down by the TAP model, which has three main elements text, production and audience. In the...
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  • Constucting a Text: Critically Reflexive Practitioner
    University of Phoenix Material Scholarly Writing Analysis Worksheet In assigned pairs, select one of the non-discipline-specific journal articles from the required text readings for PHL/700R Day One or Day Two. Critically analyze the article as an example of scholarly writing. Article Author or Authors: Cunliffe, A.L. Article Title: ON BECOMING A CRITICALLY REFLEXIVE PRACTITIONER Part One: Scholarly Writing Conventions Elements of writing Reader’s overall impression...
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  • Reality vs. Dreams - 894 Words
    Where the Dream becomes Reality Have you ever wondered if your entire life has been a living dream? In the short story, “Where are you going, Where have you been?” Joyce Carol Oates uses the motif of the music and the dream-like imagery in order to convey that Connie is having a nightmare that was created by her conscience and Arnold Friend is a collection of all the bad things she has done. Connie’s conscience is tainted by the things she does and thinks as a teenager. While fighting...
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  • "Not Waving, But Drowning"
    “Not Waving But Drowing” The poem ‘Not Waving But Drowning’, by Stevie Smith, is a poem in which there is a drowning man at sea. In this poem, the poet is talking about the difficulty of communication and the fundamental isolation of the individual in modern society. The title of the poem gives us an immediate indication that the poem will tackle a serious matter. The poem contains three voices; the drowning man, the observers and the people on the beach. It can be interpreted on both a literal...
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  • The Help by Katherine Stockett Analysis
    The Help The richness and variety of language is part of what makes the book so appealing and intriguing. The main protagonists are presented with the southern accent ’Law have mercy’. Each character has been presented with their own stereotypical dialect which as a reader contributes to the realistic feel of the novel. The Novel is written mainly in first person from each of the 3 protagonists perspective. The story is told by 3 different people as Aibileen, Minnie and Skeeter take...
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  • Mama Day - 1089 Words
    The entire structure of Mama Day is fitting to the telling of multiple love stories entertwined. Like the most heartfelt episode of Seinfeld ever Gloria Naylor doesn’t tell a love story, but rather lays out in detail the events of everyday life for all of the central characters. In the process the love stories of the characters are all told at once. The most obvious example is the relationship between George and Cocoa (arguably the main love story). Through the book we see them meet,...
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  • The Faithful Wife - 731 Words
    The Faithful Wife: point of view "The Faithful Wife", written by Barbara L. Greenberg, uses first-person narration to depict the style, language, and theme of the poem. By using first-person narration, Barbara Greenberg was able to portray events and ideas very persuasively to the reader. In addition, this first-person narrator creates dramatic irony concerning the title in reference to the body of the poem. The reader from the start is aware of the point of view that the poem is being...
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  • Different Aspects of "The Courtship of Mr. Lyon" and "Beauty and the Beast"
    "The Courtship of Mr. Lyon" is an interpretation of a traditional folktale, "Beauty and the Best". There are some aspects that make this story different from the old version. Firstly, the characterization of these two stories is dissimilar. The characters in the traditional version are almost flat characters. The protagonist, Belle, is completely good; lovely and kindhearted. In contrast, in “The courtship of Mr. Lyon”, the protagonist, named Beauty, is not a flat character but a round...
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  • How Dickens uses language to influence the readers response to Pip.
    There is a variety of repetition in the passage. Phrases like ‘Dead and Buried’ are repeated to remind us, as readers, that most of Pip’s family is dead. The word ‘buried’, suggests that it happened some time ago and that he never knew them, which makes us feel pity and sympathy for the character. Pip talks about his life in the marsh country, where he resided by the river and near the sea. This could possibly highlight how Pip (small like a river), may be connected to something greater than...
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  • View Point in Stephen Crane
    What Really Happened the Night the Commodore Sank? In, “The Open Boat” and “Stephen Crane’s Own Story” by Stephen Crane, the switching from third person narrative to first person narrative, and the use of heavy imagery to paint vivid pictures in the reader’s mind, changes the reader’s understanding and meaning of what truly happened the night the Commodore sank. In “The Open Boat,” Stephen Crane uses a third person view to depict the struggles faced by all four men on the dingy in...
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  • Dancing at Lughnasa - 1712 Words
    I'm doing that too, you should use the theme of them being left out of society as a main one and the theme of power structure through out the play, i.e. Kate being the main bread winner etc. Your right the quotes are confusing. Also look into the pagan traditions, the radio is also a large symbol within the play. Posted 1 year ago # curlypops member Joined: Jun '08 Posts: 11 Profile for cultural context we focused on: *religion vs pagan rituals (i.e. father jack) *the poverty *the...
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  • Betting on a Muse - 894 Words
    Poetry Analysis – Assignment 1 As a collection of social beings, humanity and the individual entities within cannot help but crave attention and the personal gratification which comes as a result. It is therefore reasonable to say that in the near-sighted and impulsive throes of youth, one will garner attention through whatever means necessary, lacking the foresight to ascertain that said attention will most likely be short-lived and unsustainable. It is this troubling concept which Charles...
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  • Distinctively Visual - 1027 Words
    By way of a varied use of descriptive language the short stories of Lawson and poetry of Mackellar show that it is true that distinctively visual texts allow the reader to vividly imagine and gain insights into the characters, relationships and settings. Lonely drover’s wives, Bushmen and fettlers, as well as the setting of a sunburnt Australian landscape are brought to life and into unique relationship, in the visual imagery of Henry Lawson and Dorothea Mackellar’s compositions. Henry Lawson...
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  • Enduring Love- Notes - 293 Words
    Essay plan; Chapter 9. Form;  Turning point of the play  Language;  McEwan uses a lot of tension in this chapter to build up suspense for the reader Structure;  Narrative change, from first person to third person.  The contrast in Clarissa’s narration to Joe’s, their different viewpoints.  How this is reliable narration but also unreliable.  The narration in this chapter seems to have an omniscient style as it’s the knowledge of the protagonists put together.  Distancing...
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  • A Critical Analysis Of FB Batacans Smaller And Smaller Circles Jessica Brown Version 2
    A Critical Analysis of F.H Batacan’s Smaller and Smaller Circles Finding the Killer Takes A Lot More Than an Investigation Jessica Brown E03 Introduction Through plot, point of view, setting, characters and themes with the incorporation of psychology, dilemmas and realities, Smaller and Smaller Circles will be analysed to show the development of the story and characters. With this in-depth research on all of these criteria, it will help with understanding how and where the story will be...
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  • Confrontation - 1430 Words
    Communication 2110 Confrontation Life can be hard sometimes when it comes to dealing with other people’s thoughts and feelings. Most people “walk on eggshells” around others just to make sure no feelings are hurt. But, in the long run we are only hurting each other by not opening up and discussing the situation and a solution. To be open and truthful to anyone or any situation is a good trait characteristic for any person to have in life. My first person that I knew was my number one...
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  • A Girl s Story 1
    A Girl’s Story By David Arnason Basic Content Questions Why does the narrator want to give the heroine blonde hair instead of black hair? 2) What does the narrator make the heroine take off? Consider the effect both for suspense and to foreshadow. 3) Why are biblical names a problem for the narrator? 4) Who is Linda? Who is Greg? 5) To whom does the narrator “speak”? 6) Why does the narrator say that, “Dialogue is about the hardest stuff to write”? 7) Linda sits on the riverbank, but Michael...
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  • how to play softball - 1435 Words
    MYP Inquiry Lab Report Guidelines Your lab report will effectively communicate the results of your investigation. Please read all the instructions before starting your lab report and refer back to them as needed during the writing process. 1. All reports must be typed. Use a 12pt font, 1” margins all around, and double-space your text. 2. Each student must write an independent lab report. Lab partners are encouraged to discuss the results of lab exercises, but each student must write...
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  • WEEK2 Persnal Responsibility Essay REV1
     Welcome to WritePoint, the automated review system that recognizes errors most commonly made by university students in academic essays. The system embeds comments into your paper and suggests possible changes in grammar and style. Please evaluate each comment carefully to ensure that the suggested change is appropriate for your paper, but remember that your instructor's preferences for style and format prevail. You will also need to review your own citations and references since WritePoint...
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  • Stylistic Prose Techniques - 508 Words
    ENC1101 March 1, 2008 Stylistic Prose Techniques A Tale of Two Cities In the novel, “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens, the writer uses multiple styles and techniques. Some of the different styles and techniques used are point of view, foreshadowing, and symbols. Putting all these stylistic and techniques together can create a great story. Some may find this to be a difficult reading to understand, but with every passage there is a meaning behind it. Point of view is the position...
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  • The Giver Book Review - 1327 Words
    Book Title: The Giver Author: Lois Lowry Date of Publication: 2002 Publisher: Laurel Leaf (reprint edition) ANALYSIS I. Setting: In an isolated Arcadian community at an unknown time in the future II. Characters and Commentary: A. Jonas – The eleven year old protagonist (turns twelve at a point) who has “bizarre powers” and is chosen as the Receiver of Memory. He has a wide variety of interests. For a pre-adolescent, he is extremely wise, curious, thoughtful, and has a much deeper...
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  • Rose for Emily - 890 Words
    “A Rose For Emily”, “Tell Tale Heart”, and “My Last Duchess”, are all narratives with the theme of madness and murder. Each narrator’s point of view shapes their story. “A Rose For Emily” is told from an outside point of view while, in contrast, “Tell Tale Heart” and “My Last Duchess” are both told by a participant in the story. The point of view a story is told from can greatly impact what the reader believes. In each narrative, the narrator’s motivation to tell the tale influences how the tale...
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  • Jakobsons functions of language - 571 Words
    Roman Jakobson's "The Speech Event and the Functions of Language." (Jakobson's terms honored over Yaguello's) Sue Smith, snsmith@u.arizona.edu Yaguello, Marina. Language through the Looking Glass: Exploring Language and Linguistics. Trans. Marina Yaguello and Trevor Harris. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998. The speech event, an act of verbal communication, brings into play 6 features, closely interdependent. An utterance does not necessarily/usually have only one function. CONSTITUATIVE FACTORS of a...
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  • Interim Assessment English - 944 Words
     1. The passage is written from the point of view of (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.11-12.5) a. A young woman who is distraught at being poor b. An unidentified narrator telling the story of a married couple c. A husband who works hard to please his demanding wife d. A character in the story who is discussing a married couple 2. Which of the following best describes the author’s approach to depicting the story’s main characters? (CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.11-12.3) a. Describing how the characters are viewed...
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  • Techniques used to shape meaning and effect response in raw. NOTE: Me and my teacher created this as a STUDY GUIDE. To help me in the upcomming HSC...
    1.Third person narrative Although the novel is written in third person, monk effectively positions the responder to crucial moments from Brett's point of view. A good example of this is the prologue which describes Brett's capture by the police phrases such as "busted" "all that alcohol goon to waste" "forget it" and "wrong". Effectively re-create what is going on in Brett's mind. Later in the novel, monk uses this techniques to show the beginning of a change in attitude. When Brett starts to...
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  • The Catbird Seat - 1899 Words
    “The Catbird Seat” Questions 1-9 1. Throughout the story suspense is aroused and maintained excellently. This is achieved by the character the author creates. Mr. Martin is characterized as a neat and cautious man, who never took a smoke or a drink in his life. Our suspense is aroused when the author states that it has been “a week to the day since Mr. Martin had decided to rub out Mrs. Ulgine Barrows”. This arouses our suspense because we are told Mr. Martin is planning to murder this...
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