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    Speckle Trout

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    The story “Speckle Trout” takes place in a small town near French Board River. The town is very small and fishing seems to be the main source of excitement. The main adventure in the small town is fishing for trout at Caney Creek. The story only has a few characters with the main character being a teenage boy that recently turned sixteen. The teenage boy seems to think he is invincible and any advice his dad gives seems to be just preaching and simply does not listen to his father. The author Ron

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    In “Speckled Trout” Ron Rash‚ the writer of the story‚ uses the characters‚ the setting‚ the plot‚ and symbolism to show the theme of his short story. Ron Rash as born in Chester‚ South Carolina‚ in 1953. He grew up in a small town in Boiling Springs‚ North Carolina. He graduated from Gardner-Webb University and Clemson University. He is an American poet‚ short story writer‚ and novelist. He has won several awards for his works. The main character of “Speckled Trout” is Lanny. He is a sixteen

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    Rainbow Trout

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    [pic] Would you like a side of invasion with your broiled rainbow trout? Rainbow trout threatens native salmonids‚ brook trout and Atlantic salmon What comes to mind when you hear the words rainbow trout? Perhaps you think of a delicious Sausage-Stuffed Rainbow Trout dinner‚ or if you’re a kid‚ Rainbow Fish and Ruby meet their long lost cousin. But‚ have you ever thought of rainbow trout as a threat‚ a “bully” towards native species of fish? Of course not! After all‚ they’re rainbow right

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    Gwendolyn Brooks

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    Brooks‚ Gwendolyn (Elizabeth) Brooks‚ Gwendolyn (Elizabeth) From "Encyclopedia of African-American Writing" Poet—this one word describes every cell of Gwendolyn Brooks ’s being. It was always poetry—from her Chicago childhood to her 1950 Pulitzer Prize to her awakening social consciousness to her Illinois Poet Laureate status and through all the other honors and awards. It was always poetry—and few writers besides Brooks can speak volumes with so few words. Gwendolyn Brooks‚ Pulitzer Prize

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    Gwendolyn Brooks

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    is a poem wrote by Gwendolyn Brooks in 1966‚ which is one of the popular poem she did. She’s an African American born in Topeka‚ Kansas and raised in Chicago. She is the author of numerous poetry‚ including “Blacks” (1981)‚ Annie Allen (1949)‚ for which she received the Pulitzer Prize‚ and the “Children Coming Home” (The David Co.‚ 1991). She also wrote several other books such as‚ “Negro Hero” (1945)‚ “Maud Martha” (1953)‚ “In the Mecca” (1968) and many more. Brooks was named Poet Laureate of congress

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    Romaine Brooks

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    Romaine Brooks The story of Romaine Brooks‚ female artist from the early twentieth century‚ holds a story unique and challenging. This artist contains many struggles and experiences yet continued to make history as an upcoming female artist who would not let the spoils of her early childhood keep her from living the life of a pioneer in the world of art. Romaine Brooks was born in Rome‚ Italy‚ and lived from 1874-1970. Brooks grandfather was a multimillionaire‚ but Brooks seemingly privileged

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    Garth Brooks

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    Gath Brooks Troyal Garth Brooks (also know as Garth Brooks) is the world’s greatest country singer of all time. He was born in Tulsa‚ Oklahoma on February 7‚ 1962. He was raised in the small town of Yukon with country music in his blood. He was the youngest child in his family that consisted of six children. His Mother‚ Colleen Carroll‚ was a Professional country singer while she raised Garth and his five other siblings with her husband‚ Troyal Carroll. Troyal worked as a engineer for Unocal

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    Gwendolyn Brooks

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    Gwendolyn Brooks Writing with uncommon strength‚ Gwendolyn Brooks creates haunting images of black America‚ and their struggle in escaping the scathing hatred of many white Americans. Her stories‚ such as in the "Ballad of Rudolph Reed"‚ portray courage and perseverance. In those like "The Boy Died in My Alley" Brooks portrays both the weakness of black America and the unfortunate lack of care spawned from oppression. In "The Ballad of Chocolate Mabbie" Brooks unveils another aspect of her

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    Garth Brooks

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    2012 Professor Sprinkle Garth Brooks Garth Brooks is a known legend in country music. For years people have been listening to his music and loving his personality. Garth was born in Tulsa‚ Oklahoma on February 7th‚ 1962 and now resides in a town outside of Tulsa called Owasso. Garth’s success led him to own homes in Malibu‚ California Port St. Lucia‚ Florida and Goodlettsville‚ Tennessee. Garth Brooks is the son of Troyal Brooks and Colleen Carroll. This each

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    Gwendolyn Brooks

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    Gwendolyn Brooks Thesis Statement: In her poem‚ “The Mother”‚ Gwendolyn Brooks‚ an Pulitzer Prize for Poetry winner in 1950‚ demonstrates her mastery of the use of mood‚ tone‚ and atmosphere. I. Background/Biography A. She was born in Topeka‚ Kansas on June 7‚ 1917. B. Brooks attended 3 high schools‚ and graduated from Wilson Junior College‚ having already begun to write and publish her work. II. Interesting Facts/ Rise to fame A. Brooks married Henry Lowington Blakely Jr

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