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Stereotypes and Stereotyping - Stereotypical Female in I'm Your Horse in the Night - A Stereotypical Female in I'm Your Horse in the Night     Luisa Valenzuela's short story titled "I'm Your Horse in the Night" is a thought provoking piece of literature. The story is written in such a way that the reader must interpret what is meant by what is being said. Although it is easy to go into depth when describing the elements of this piece, the storyline is rather simple. The story contains an assortment of characters; with those characters being Chiquita, Beto, Andres, and several policemen....   [tags: I'm Your Horse in the Night Essays] 2457 words
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Personal Opinion About Horses: A Horse is a Horse? - Popular opinion is that the Quarter Horse is the best overall western style competition and pleasure horse. Conversely, in the past I have talked to other active horsemen who said that one or another of their various breeds of horses performed better than the Quarter Horses they owned. I have 4 horses: 2 Quarter Horses named Buck and Scout, 1 Thoroughbred named Bugsy, and 1 Rocky Mountain Ranger named Jack. For the purposes of this paper we will only take into consideration the two horses that are in condition for, and train to compete; Scout the Quarter Horse and Jack the Rocky Mountain Ranger....   [tags: competition horse, horsemen] 956 words
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The Rocking-Horse Winner by D.H. Lawerence - "The Rocking-Horse Winner" by D.H. Lawerence talks about a family who lived in style, but always had anxiety in their house. There was never enough money. The parents knew the children were growing up and they would need money to send their children to school. The house came to be haunted with the phrase: There must be more money. There must be more money. The children could here it aloud but never dared to say it. The mother believed they were poor due to the fact her husband had no luck....   [tags: The Rocking-Horse Winner, D.H. Lawerence] 388 words
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The Feminist Struggle Portrayed in Brief History Of The Horse - The Feminist Struggle Portrayed in Brief History Of The Horse   Lorna Crozier's poem, "A Brief History Of The Horse", offers many different interpretations. However, the structure of the poem breaks down into three stages: past, present, and future. By examining the archetypes within the poem, it can be suggested that the horse stands to represent the feminist struggle, the ongoing battle for women to have an equal place in society. In explicating "A Brief History Of The Horse," it is of primary importance to examine the logopoeia (thought level) of the poem....   [tags: Brief History Of The Horse Essays] 1370 words
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D.H. Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner - D.H. Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner 'The Rocking-Horse Winner' by D.H. Lawrence is a shockingly disturbing tale of materialism, wealth, and a mother's absent affection for her children. The family in the story is constantly lured by the sweet temptation of sin. Although the story doesn't directly speak about religion, it is obvious that the family is Christian from the references to Christmas (481) and to God (482). In this story, Lawrence depicts several of the most devious sins of mankind according to religious, particularly Christian, doctrine: greed, sexual deviance, and gambling....   [tags: D.H. Lawrence Rocking-Horse Winner Essays]
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Sacrifice in The Lottery by Shirley Jackson and Rocking Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence - The point of view of tradition in The Lottery by Shirley Jackson is the normal once of year gathering on the townspeople. This gathering is held in order to pick, via a lottery drawing, to decide who in the town is going to be stoned to death. “The people of the village began to gather in the square, between the post office and the bank, around ten o’clock; in some towns there were so many people the lottery took two days and had started on June 26th, but in this village, where there were only about three hundred people, and the whole lottery took less than two hours, so it could begin at ten o’clock in morning and still be through in time to allow the villagers to get home for noon dinner.”...   [tags: Rocking Horse Winner, The Lottery]
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The Rocking-Horse Winner - The main themes in “ The Rocking-Horse Winner” are the pursuit of love and luck. Both of the main characters in " The Rocking-Horse Winner", Hester and Paul, are in pursuit of love. First the mother, Hester married for love, and the love faded, she gained children from her marriage, but she could not love them. Nowhere in her life does she find love for anyone but herself. The closest thing to love that comes to her she rejects. That comes in the form of her young son Paul. Her feelings towards her children, especially, Paul, is exemplified when her children are around, she always feels the center of her heart go hard....   [tags: The Rocking-Horse Winner] 633 words
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The Rocking-Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence - The Rocking-Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence      The Rocking-Horse Winner is a complex story that is best understood if one examines it through the 5 Elements of Fiction: setting, character, plot, point of view and theme. This story is about a little boy named Paul who is trying to gain love and affection from his greedy mother. One day he told his mother that he had luck and he knew his mother did not believe him. This compelled him to go out and find luck on his own. He set off on his rocking horse on a journey to find luck....   [tags: Rocking Horse Winner Lawrence Essays] 646 words
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Trojan Horse and Trojan Virus - Trojan Horse and Trojan Virus. Today people know the “Trojan” or “Malware” as a computer virus. Trojan horses falsely show themselves as useful and valuable software to download from the Internet. People are fooled by the Trojan because it can describe itself as an application that can be useful on your computer, then people end up downloading them. But before that happens did you know that the Trojan itself is not dangerous at all it’s just a vessel for the other harmful applications to attach....   [tags: Information Technology]
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PREPARING YOUR HORSE FOR SHOW DAY - In the world, there are approximately 75,000,000 horses and 350 breeds of horses that can be found around the world (circlerranch.com). Horses are amazing and beautiful creatures that may be used as show horses or a family pet. Show horses require many hours of daily preparation in order to be competitive in the show ring. I have grown up with horses my whole life. I watched my mother show horses and followed in her footsteps. The most important aspects of show day are the appearance and the way the horse presents itself to the horse judge....   [tags: Animals]
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The Storm And The Rocking Horse Winner - As a general rule, children love fairy tales. We grow up being read Grimm's or watching Disney remakes of classics. Parents love telling children fairy tales not only because they have an opportunity to spend time with their sons and daughters, but also because fairy tales, like fables, always contain a lesson or moral within them. Although both Kate Chopin's "The Storm," and D.H. Lawrence's "The Rocking Horse Winner" have some of the qualities of a child's fairy tale, only one of the stories has a moral tone, while the other has a very amoral one....   [tags: essays research papers] 525 words
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The Unnapreciative Horse - Far, far away in a zoo called The Honolulu Zoo, there lived a horse named Harold. Harold was a horse who was in a constant popularity contest. His fellow friends, Hogan and Hally, were content just with their friends, but Harold always wanted to be the most popular. He yearned to trot the zoo with all the “perks” of being a zebra. The zebra were the most popular group of animals all around, or so it seemed. Harold thought they had everything; the black stripes, the endless abundance of grass, and all the ladies of course....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays] 1458 words
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The Fall in Economy and Horse Slaughter - ... Since one is responsible for the over population, one should be the one responsible for reducing the numbers. Horse meat can be used for many things, dog food or other bi-products. One can slaughter a cow or a pig without anyone saying anything. Euthanizing a horse can be extremely expensive, a vet has to come administrate the medicine and then one has to dispose of the body because it is against the law to have a dead horse carcass lying around your farm. The cost of this is often why people just leave their horses to just rot away or throw them on to another farm so it is someone else’s responsibility....   [tags: high maintenance, slaughter houses]
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Contrasting Perspectives on Horse’s Representation in Various Media Venues - Horses are valued by humans for the past million of years. Humans began to domesticate horses due to their ability to modulate with their environment. Horses' anatomy enables them to use of speed to escape predators. They have a well-developed sense of balance and a strong fight-or-flight instinct. Most domesticated horses begin training under saddle or in harness between the ages of two and four. The average life span of horses is approximately between 25 and 30 years. Horse breeds are based on general temperament....   [tags: Horses]
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Epona- The Horse Goddess - Epona, pronounced Ey­PONE­ah, a pan­Celtic (Gallic) horse goddess worshiped from around 400BC and earlier until around the time of Christianization in circa 400AD is called the Horse goddess or Divine Mare. Also referred to as the Great Mare or Mare Goddess, Epona, is one of the most well known deities in the Celtic pantheon and possibly the only Celtic goddess to have been worshiped in Rome. While she is believed to have originated in Alesia in Gaul her worship spread widely spanning the entire Celtic and Roman worlds and as far away as North Africa....   [tags: Divine Mare, Christianization, Celtic Pantheon]
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Horse Therapy - I have always wanted to be a Special Education teacher. I started deciding what I wanted to do in the eighth grade. This was also around the time I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger’s is an autism spectrum disorder; people with it show difficulties in social interactions, and reading body language. For me, I have trouble making friends and having age appropriate conversations. It is difficult to read people’s emotions, which sometimes gets me into trouble. I have been given the gift to be able to help teach other children with special needs how to ride horses, and also learn about how the horses communicate with these riders differently then a “normal” person....   [tags: Personal Experience] 1813 words
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The Crazy Horse Electric Game - The Crazy Horse Electric Game 	The story starts of while they are playing their first baseball game of the season against the Crazy Horse Electrics. They decide to put beer in the opposition team's water bottles as a prank, so that they could win. After that Willie decides to go fishing with his dad. They have deep conversations, and they start talking about why Willie's mom does not fish like she used too. Then they get into talking about Missy, Willie's little sister who died of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)....   [tags: essays research papers] 1839 words
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Traditional Sacrifices in The Lottery by Jackson and The Rocking-Horse Winner by Lawrence - ... D. H. Lawrence’s The Rocking-Horse Winner’s point of view was more obvious and written though the eyes of Paul, his mother and the uncle. The mother relates passion with her family’s financial situation. Whereas Paul “boy’s rocking” is lead to think luck is money and money is needed to keep the family in their social standing. For example, “He went off by himself, vaguely, in a childish way, seeking for the clue to “luck,” Absorbed, taking no heed of other people, he went about with a sort of stealth, seeking inwardly for luck....   [tags: ritual, death, evil]
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Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare - William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night promotes the idea of living in the moment. This lifestyle based on Carpe Diem brings happiness to some characters, as it did with Sir Toby Belch, Sebastian Roderigo of Messaline and Feste the fool. Through their experiences and actions, this play demonstrates the influence and impact this theme can have on their lives. Time ceases to elude them, as they utilize every second in each instant that passes them by, while they give no thought towards the future. While life can be a burden on some people, Sir Toby uses Carpe Diem to eliminate stress and cause joy and entertainment for him....   [tags: Carpe Diem, Impulse]
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Realm of Wonders Union - ... The straw that was around the horse was bloodied from the deep wounds on its stomach. Amir stroked its mane, hugging the creature and whispering gently in its ear, then kissed the horse on its temple and watched sadly, as he died, unable to help a creature who had been his only companion in the palace, for as long as Amir could remember. “Sleep tight Harpo, I’ll miss you,” Amir cried as he closed Harpo’s eyes and continued stroking his mane. “Oh dear, who could have killed your horse?” a wicked voice behind him sneered....   [tags: adeventure, palace, horse] 1127 words
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Wisely Traveled: Fictional Narrative - I sat upon Ashwa, a horse I had owned for nearly half of my life. I was waiting in the stables for Peto. I heard the light sounds of hooves pounding against the ground growing closer. "Must be him," I whispered to myself as I excited the stables on Ashwa, ready to meet Peto. Peto smiled thinly at me upon a black horse. "I'm sorry to keep you waiting, your highness." "Perfectly alright," I offered a smile back. "Are you ready?" "Quite." "Then let's go," I snapped the reins and couldn't help but grin as Ashwa dashed off across the darkened ground....   [tags: horse, stable, girl, show] 857 words
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A Night of Fear - A Night of Fear Have you ever been in a situation, where you have to choose a spiritual path, the good way or the bad way. Well I was in that situation quite a few years ago and the way I chose was dire…. The old preacher used to say to me, 'let Jesus come into your heart' but I wouldn't listen I always used to think that, that was for the older people. I used to think, why not enjoy my youth, why should I deprive my self of going to party's, getting smashed every weekend, taking drugs why should I deprive myself of all this enjoyed because I've given my life to Christ....   [tags: Papers] 577 words
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Sherlock Horse - ... “It’s fine. My brother will be here any minute, and then you two can ask away.” Soon enough we were all sitting down on the couch, and I began to talk. “Do you know if Marvin had any enemies. Anybody that might have hated him enough to kill him?” “I don’t think so; he was a very nice guy. I wouldn’t have put it past the wolf though.” said Jeffery. I could tell from how many times they had mentioned the wolf that they didn’t like him. “The wolf told me that he had been friends with Marvin. Has there ever been a fight between the two....   [tags: short story] 1051 words
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Pitiful Human Condition Exposed in Endgame, Dumbwaiter, and The Horse Dealer's Daughter - The Pitiful Human Condition Exposed in Endgame, Dumbwaiter, and The Horse Dealer's Daughter      The three stories, The Endgame (Beckett), The Dumbwaiter (Pinter), and The Horse Dealer's Daughter (Lawrence) all deal with the themes of repression, repetition, and breakdowns in communication. The stories show us the subjectivity of language and exemplify the complexities of the human condition.   Samuel Beckett arrived on earth in Ireland on Good Friday, April 13, 1906. He then spent the rest of his life wanting to be somewhere else....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Passion in A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare - ... Lysander decided to take a rest and so Hermia was trying to find a cushion when he said “One turf shall serve as pillow for us both. One heart, one bed, two bosoms, and one troth.” (II.ii.41+42) which shows his passion is so strong that he believes he and Hermia is one person. All these instances of passion for love are significant to the play because without it the reader would not understand the amount of emotion behind these characters such as Lysander. It also helps the reader actually absorb the emotions and become the character in the play....   [tags: revenge, love, characters] 630 words
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