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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]

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The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis

- The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis The book I read for my book report was a fiction book called The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis. This is the third book in the "Chronicles of Narnia" series and it was published in 1954. The story takes place in the make-believe land of Calormen and the also make-believe land of Narnia. It's about a boy that runs away from his life of slavery and his adventure to come. I found this book to be adventurous, exciting, and suspesful (to an extent). It shows people how bravery and faith work together to give strength in times of need....   [tags: Horse Boy C S Lewis]

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The Rocking Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence

- The Rocking Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence Written in 1933, D.H. Lawrence's short story "The Rocking Horse Winner" illustrates the consumptive nature of materialism. Through author's use of characterization, symbolism, and language in The Rocking Horse Winner, Lawrence successfully portrays a greedy and cold hearted mother, Hester, who attempts to fulfill the dissatisfaction in her life using wealth and material comfort. Lawrence uses Hester as an example to convey to the readers that materialism isolates one from love and ultimately leads to destruction....   [tags: European Literature Rocking Horse Lawrence]

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The Ancient Mariner By Samuel Taylor Coleridge

- The Albatross: A Symbolic Figure Through the use of poetry, many people can interpret it in many ways. Poems are said to be works of art created to relay important messages or express how the poet was feeling when it was written. Poetry, a unique concept, sometimes portrays important key elements, such as symbols, literal and figurative meanings, a theme, and a tone of the poem. When analyzing the poem, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, it incorporates all these components and many more that make it a wonderful work of art....   [tags: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Albatross, Superstition]

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Riding the Red

- “I've told her and I've told her: daughter, you have to teach that child the facts of life before it's too late” (Hopkinson 1). These are the first three lines of Nalo Hopkinson's fairy tale “Riding the Red”, a modern adaptation of Charles Perrault's “Little Red Riding Hood”. Perrault provided a moral to his fairy tales, the one from this one is to prevent girls from men's nature. In Hopkinson's adaptation, the goal remains the same: through the grandmother biographic narration, the author advances a revisited but still effective moral: beware of wolfs even though they seem innocent....   [tags: literary Analysis, Nalo Hopkinson]

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Riding the Red

- “I've told her and I've told her: daughter, you have to teach that child the facts of life before it's too late” (Hopkinson 1). These are the first three lines of Nalo Hopkinson's short story “Riding the Red”, a modern adaptation of Charles Perrault's “Little Red Riding Hood”. In his fairy tale Perrault prevents girls from men's nature. In Hopkinson's adaptation, the goal remains the same: through the grandmother biographic narration, the author elaborates a slightly revisited plot without altering the moral: young girls should beware of men; especially when they seem innocent....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Nalo Hopkinson]

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The Process of Saddling a Horse

- Saddling a horse can be challenging and yet extremely fun. It is one of the many ways to have fun with and enjoy your horse. To start you should have your horse groomed and in the cross ties. Before you start you need to gather a saddle pad, western saddle, and a western cinch. The cinch can be any type but you may need help in finding the right size that is best for your horse. Ask a knowledgeable person like a salesperson, a riding instructor or a friend for help with finding the right size cinch for your horse....   [tags: Instructional essay, Process essay]

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Riding A Skateboard

- What pastime was uniquely a California invention that began as a simulation of surfing. The skateboard is not only an all-American invention, but has also grown into one of the most popular sports and pastimes around the world. A skateboard is a small piece of wood in the shape of a surfboard with four wheels attached to it. A single person rides the skateboard, guiding the movement with his feet. (madehow.com) The act of riding a skateboard is not only a sport but is also considered a form of art....   [tags: Skateboarding, Skateboard, Rodney Mullen]

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Interpretive Essay on Edward Taylor's Poem, Huswifery

- Interpretive Essay on Edward Taylor's Poem, Huswifery In the poem, Huswifery, by Edward Taylor, a very severe shift seems to take place. The poem begins with an analogy between the writer and a spinning wheel. However, at the end of the poem suddenly he is no longer the spinning wheel, he is now a man wearing the cloth that was spun by the spinning wheel. How could the main analogy of the poem shift so drastically. Actually, upon closer inspection, the shift does not seem so bizarre. The main idea of the poem is followed through from beginning to end....   [tags: Edward Taylor Huswifery]

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Overview of the Tenessee Walking Horse

- Index "Number 278 Your Honor!!!” This is what I hear as I ride my horse, Ranger, along the perimeter of the huge ring that holds all my fears, worries, hopes, dreams, and accomplishments. As the announcer yells into the loud speaker “Riders the judges say ride on at a Running Walk!” I pick up speed flying past my competition, so many World Champions and World Grand Champions on one fair ground, it can be over whelming at times. As the riders sit in the ring patiently anticipating the results all I can think is how lucky I am to be part of such an amazing breed of horse, and to feel blessed that the Tennessee Walking Horse Association was so great....   [tags: Breed, Abuse]

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Analysis Of ' The Rocking Horse Winner '

- D.H. Lawrence illustrates dilemma’s regarding toxic human nature and the way it affects Paul in “The Rocking Horse Winner”. The first dilemma shown is greed but the greed in this story goes beyond the surface of the word regarding the wanting of material objects, this greed pertains to the ignorance of his mother towards himself and his needs as she puts her wants in front of Paul’s needs. The second dilemma regards to the way even though Paul understands his mother is greedy, he will do whatever it may take to get a hint of acceptance so that the his need to satisfy her happiness can be fulfilled....   [tags: Sigmund Freud, Psychosexual development]

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Analysis of The Rocking Horse Winner

- Certain individuals have a drive that can lead them to achieve what they desire most. In the Short story “The Rocking Horse Winner”, D.H Lawrence showcases this through character motivation and symbolism. He further this using pursuit of desire, and how if you take it to a certain extent it can result in tragedy if the individual chooses not to conform. Paul wants to please his mother because his mother feels that there family has no luck, but Paul proclaims that he is lucky. Paul suddenly becomes consumed with this sudden spree of good luck and feels this is the only way he will be able to gain to the affection of his mother....   [tags: Literary Analysis, D. H. Lawrence]

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Horse Training and Showing

- The rider and horse being properly trained in what they must know while riding together is only one of the important things to know when riding horses, for preparing themselves is also just as important to ensure that there is less probability of something bad happening. No matter how skilled a rider may be, they must be prepared for anything that may happen while riding upon the horse’s back, thus much time must be put into attempting to perfect technique as much as possible. Going about it carelessly could result in injury which in turn would mean the rider would not be fit enough to ride the horse, and for a competitive rider especially, this would prove to be problematic (“Complete Book...   [tags: equine sports]

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Horse Training and Showing

- Riders and horses that compete prepare through a training process that aids participation skills and showmanship. Horse competitions require the people participating to have a certain level of experience and knowledge. Due to this, horse trainers put an extensive amount of time and effort into having to train their hose, prepare their horse, and participate in horse shows and events. The training aspect that goes into preparing a horse for showing can begin soon after a horse is born....   [tags: Horses, Shows, Races]

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Barn Burning And Rocking Horse Winner

- In both William Faulkner’s “Barn Burning” and D. H. Lawrence’s “ The Rocking Horse Winner”, the authors give us a glimpse of two poor families who suffer through similar problems in different ways and situations. The comparison shows how in “Barn Burning” because of Abner’s recklessness and cruelty, his son Sartoris Snopes and family are unable to get into the larger society. In “The Rocking Horse Winner,” the mother’s greed for money and her behavior with her children and husband forces her son, Paul, to find a way to get more money....   [tags: Barn Burning Rocking Horse Winner Compare Contras]

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The Theory Of Human Horse Communication

- Methodology Brandt, K. (2004) exposes the existing language system of nonverbal communication that exists among horses and humans through the use of the body as the vehicle of expression. Through an intersubjective and subjective approach of 25 in-depth interviews and observations Brandt explores the process of human horse communication through the use of symbolic interactionism. The ethnographer argues that humans and horses create a shared meaning of a language system by using the body which enables the two to experience a successful partnership and rewarding interactions....   [tags: Sociology, Nonverbal communication, Communication]

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Frederick Winslow Taylor: The Father of Scientific Management

- Frederick Winslow Taylor: The “Father of Scientific Management” Introduction This paper is in response to the assignment for a paper and short speech concerning a person with relevant contributions to the world of management. Frederick Taylor is affectionately referred to as the “Father of Scientific Management.” The modern systems of manufacturing and management would not be the examples of efficiency that they are today, without the work of Taylor. Frederick Taylor was instrumental in bringing industry out of the dark ages by beginning to revolutionize the way work was approached....   [tags: Frederick Taylor Management Labor Essays]

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Therapeutic Horseback Riding and Children with Autism Developmental Disorders

- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disorder that affects a person’s social interaction and communication. This disorder is mainly characterized by having difficulty with social interaction, communication, and having restricted behaviors. Difficulty with social interaction means someone will struggle to communicate their feelings/emotions, understand how others feel or think, develop peer relationships, and understand nonverbal behaviors (eye gaze, facial expressions, etc)....   [tags: Diseases, Disorders]

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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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D. H. Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner

- D. H. Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner “The Rocking-Horse Winner” is a short story by D. H. Lawrence in which he creates a criticism of the modernized world’s admiration and desire for material objects. It was published in Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 1926 for the first time (E-Notes). The story’s main character, Hester, is a beautiful woman who is completely consumed by the idea of possession, and so she loses out on the love of family and the happiness of life. Her son, Paul, also learns to love wealth because of his negligent mother, constantly hearing the “whispers” of empty pockets in their home....   [tags: Lawrence Rocking Horse Winner Essays]

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Horse Benefits

- When many people approach a horse, they instantly feel cautious of their surroundings. These people tense up and become terrified because of the horse’s size, how they look, or just because they have heard of people being injured from horses. Many people are intimidated by how big some horses can be and they do not want to be around them. Horses are only thought to be a dangerous animal, but they have helped humans in many ways. For instance, they have helped with farm work that humans couldn’t have done by themselves, and they were a mode of human transportation for many years....   [tags: animal, therapy, transportation, farm work, Smith]

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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]

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The Hidden Truth in The Rocking-Horse Winner by D. H. Lawrence

- The Hidden Truth in "The Rocking-Horse Winner" by D. H. Lawrence       The plot in "The Rocking-Horse Winner" by D. H. Lawrence reveals to the reader conflicts between Paul and his mother using different levels or forms of secrecy. There are secrets hidden throughout the house that leads Paul and his mother to an unpleasant life. The first level of secrecy is the actual secrets that Paul and Paul's mother keep from each other. The second form of secrecy is that D. H. Lawrence uses a story telling style of writing....   [tags: The Rocking-Horse Winner]

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Images Of Violence By William Wordsworth And Samuel Taylor Coleridge

- Images of violence are deployed in various means in order to reach ends which may link to the personal views of the writer, which in term reflect greater public views of events (Dawson, 50), and political issues that are prevalent in the society. The Romantic age was highly interested in ‘violent and inclusive change’ and can be seen to have influenced the poetry of the time (Abrams, 46). William Blake, William Wordsworth, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge use violence in different ways in order to reach their end....   [tags: Romanticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, England]

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The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding

- The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding The Thrill of Mountain Bike Riding Have you ever experienced the excitement of mountain bike riding. You start pedaling and off you go on a mountain bike nature trail. At first, when you start pedaling going up that first hill your legs start to burn like there is no tomorrow. But, all of a sudden you reach that hill, and gain the confidence that you can do this. The next hill is bigger, and you need to remember to shift your gears while pedaling harder. “Mountain biking is not a series of obstacles, but a succession of opportunities....   [tags: Sport, Skills, Nature]

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Horse Therapy

- There are a few different types of therapy that uses horses. Hippotherapy means- “treatment with the help of a horse” (Naomi Scott). The word hippo is used because this term is derived from the greek word hippo which means horse. “Hippotherapy is generally indicated for children and adults with mild to severe neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction.” (Naomi Scott). This type of therapy uses the horses motion to improve on the neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction of the patient. These dysfunctions can include “abnormal muscle tone., impaired balance responses, impaired coordination, impaired communication, impaired sensorimotor function, postural asymmetry, poor postural control, decreased mobility, and...   [tags: Psychology ]

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The, With Ash Riding On Its Back

- Charizard, with Ash riding on its back, was scouting the Trost District for any sign of the support unit. They came up a bit short, but they did notice dozens of people standing around on rooftops in the distance. Amongst them there were several familiar faces that the black haired teen immediately recognized. "Hey, I see Armin and Mikasa over there, along with the others." The former Pokémon Trainer guided his Pokémon over to his friends’ location, but then noted something awfully peculiar about the group’s mood when he was approaching....   [tags: Friendship, Interpersonal relationship, Recruits]

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Money Obsession in David Herbert Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner

- Money Obsession in David Herbert Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner We have all heard the expression, "Money makes the world go round." But does this make it worthwhile to abandon happiness in order to gain more of it. David Herbert Lawrence reveals the folly of substituting money and luck for family and love in "The Rocking-Horse Winner," the story of a woman's insatiable need to become rich, and her son's struggle to gain her approval. The mother, Hester, obsesses over money. She comes from a fairly rich family, seemingly, as "there was never enough money ......   [tags: Rocking-Horse Winner Essays]

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Psychoanalytic Approach to Little Red Riding Hood

- Psychoanalytic Approach to Little Red Riding Hood Although there are numerous approaches employed in understanding literature, the psychoanalytic interpretation most significantly attempts to utilize the symbolic mysteries of a work. In exclusive contrast to the formal approach, which focuses entirely on the wording, the fascinating aspect of the psychoanalytic investigation is that it searches for a purpose beyond that which is strictly in the text. By insinuating the existence of innate and hidden motives, it allows for a broad range of abstract and creative possibilities....   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood]

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The Horse Is A Horse, By The Woods On A Snowy Evening

- A Horse is a Horse, of Course of Course Stop. Reflect upon a story, poem or even a play you have recently read or seen. If one were to break down the features within each, the probability of finding a person, animal or object containing a deeper meaning in the context of the entire story is extremely likely. For example: in the story A Jury of Her Peers by Susan Glaspell, the bird found within the box towards the conclusion provides symbolism of Minnie’s life; looking at Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening, the poem written by Robert Frost, the woods symbolize the journey of life and the thought of death; and now looking at the play The Bear, written by Anton Chekhov, even Toby the hors...   [tags: Anton Chekhov, Short story, Love, Life]

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The Evolution of a Horse

- ... Between thirty-four and fifty-five million years ago, horses began their history on the North American continent. This occurred in the early to mid-Eocene epoch of the Tertiary period. The Hyracotherium or Eohippus, also known as “the Dawn Horse” had relatively long legs compared to its body, and was already developing adaptations for running. It was a small, dog-sized, forest grazer (“Wild Horse: An American Romance” 1). The front legs had five toes located at the end of flexible and rotatable legs due to the bones not being fused....   [tags: mammals, tapirs, rhinoceroses.]

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Girl Scouts, Cheerleading And Riding

- For this paper I interviewed Christine. She is the mother of Megan, who is a nine-year-old girl in the third grade at Steere Farm Elementary school. Megan enjoys spending time with her family and her pets. Megan is also involved in girl scouts, cheerleading and horseback riding. Megan was diagnosed with avoidant and restrictive food intake disorder and anxiety in two thousand fourteen at the age of seven. Megan was born four weeks premature on March 20, 2007 and weighed five pounds, five ounces and appeared very healthy....   [tags: Nutrition, Eating, Food, Time]

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Comparing The Tale Versus The Film Hoodwinked And The Movie ' Little Red Riding Hood '

- Everyone’s childhood was filled with fairytales, and stories that will forever be programed into our minds even memory that continues from generation to generations. You’ll remember in school your first book were both the three little pigs and even Little Red Riding Hood. Yes, good old fairytales who knew when you was reading the most famous little red riding hood it was actually a lot history behind the tale. Just to allow a slight backstory about the tale we were taught of the story going like this little girl goes to bring her grandmother a basket of sweet on the way she encounters a wolf she tells him she on her way to her grandmother’s house from there the wolf bets the little to the gr...   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood, Fairy tale, Big Bad Wolf]

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The Rocking-Horse Winner

- In one of his last short stories, “The Rocking-Horse Winner”, D. H. Lawrence tells a story about the life of a young boy, Paul, who has the ability to name the winner of any horse race by simply riding on his toy rocking horse. The short story is reminiscent to that of a Fairy Tale. Lawrence's simple style, coupled with elements of the supernatural suggest as much. However, this fable is not your average fairy tale. The text utilizes two reoccurring motifs: the eyes and hardness of the heart, to indicate a symbolic connection between Paul and his mother....   [tags: DH Lawrence, Character Analysis]

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An Analysis of the Ending of Rocking Horse Winner

- Some texts have very interesting pieces to them. Sometimes that interesting piece is located at the beginning of a story it can also be in the middle of the story and for those with suspense toward the ending. When the largest phenomenon exists at the end it really gives a sense of suspense throughout because just about anything has an opportunity of popping up in the story. Therefore all the events leading up to the end had meaning without the reader even knowing the real meaning or significance of that particular event in again in the end everything becomes much more apparent to the reader....   [tags: texts, literary analysis, D.H Lawrence]

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Life and Achievements

- What defines a poet. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was one with a brilliant mind whose talent for poetry went beyond the ordinary. Poets, such as Coleridge, were described as delusional artist whose poems were hard to grasp by the common man. Samuel Taylor Coleridge was a complex lyricist, convoluted philosopher, but most importantly, he was human. As stated, “Coleridge achievements have been given more widely varying assessments than that of any other English literary artist” (Leonard 15). Coleridge’s passion for poetry as a child, struggles and friendships of adulthood, and depression affected his proficient writings....   [tags: poets, poetry, samuel coleridge, genevieve]

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The Rocking-Horse Winner

- D. H. Lawrence’s fable of materialism, affluence and a broken mother/son bond echoes greedy transgression. His writings are well-known for delving into human nature and he does an excellent job demonstrating the trait of materialism, morally questioning the value of love versus the hazard of greed. This upper-class family is shattered by avarice; their eventual downfall comes, despite the overwhelming effort of keeping up appearances. The mother’s misplaced affection for her children illustrates the negative results that wealth, destiny, and lack of love will produce -- the dehumanization of society as a whole....   [tags: Literary Analysis]

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The Importance Of Setting Up A Horse For Success

- One of the first principles I learned while training horses is always set up the horse for success. Whether you are riding, lunging the horse around the arena, or loading him in the trailer, move his feet to make sure he is successful. This basic principle of setting up a horse for success can be transferred into my own life, because my parents have set me up for success just like how I set up my horse for success. Because of my parents, my high school, and my social economic class, I have the luxury of going to college....   [tags: High school, College, School types, University]

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I Awake At The Sound Of A Horse Galloping

- I awake to the sound of a horse galloping. As I open my eyes, I see Samael riding Sleipnir in to unfamiliar lands. "Where are we. (Samael) "Ahh you are awake I see. Right now we are heading to a place I know of, and you might know of as well. The capital city of Ardrasthrur. Now ruled by king Lazarus I. However, royalty will have nothing to do with our destination. Rather I would like information on our next journey, in which you will decide of course. After a while, we arrive to the city of 'Atlas-Azure '....   [tags: City, English-language films, Debut albums]

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A Comparison of the Magic in The Rocking-Horse Winner and A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings

- A Comparison of the Magic in "The Rocking-Horse Winner" and "A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings"      Magic arises out of the two main characters of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rocking-Horse Winner" and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Paul, in the first story, pulls out higher forces to help him decide who the winner of the next horse race will be. In the Marquez story, a nameless and elderly angel lands on earth to experience first hand the human behavior he strives to correct. The magic in the air gives these stories a feeling of suspense....   [tags: Rocking Horse Enormous Wings Essays]

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Use of Tone to Create Mood in D.H. Lawrence's The Rocking-Horse Winner

- D. H. Lawrence uses tone to create a mood in his short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner." His ability to create tone allows us to understand the characters of the story, and enables us to actually feel as if we are in the story by creating such a vivid mood. Lawrence uses the eyes of the main character, Paul, to show how he feels about the events taking place, and this in turn helps the reader empathize with the boy and understand the story. Lawrence also establishes a theme by allowing the audience to feel his story....   [tags: Rocking Horse Winner Essays Lawrence]

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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]

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No One's a Mystery, by Elizabeth Tallent

- In, "No One's a Mystery," by Elizabeth Tallent, a very naive eighteen-year old girl, who remains unnamed, neglects to realize the truth that is so plainly laid out before her. She is riding with Jack, and older married man with whom she has been having sex with for the past two years, and fiddling with the birthday present she received from him; a five year diary. A Cadillac that looks like his wife's is coming toward them, so he shoves her onto the floorboard of his filthy truck. Jack and his wife exchange subtle gestures as they pass, and the young girl is then given permission to get back onto the seat....   [tags: No One's a Mystery]

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The Rocking Horse

- Within the story entitled The Rocking Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence, the audience is divulged into the sordid family life of a adolescent boy named Paul, where there are three obvious morals told through the story’s style and symbolism. Also present within The Rocking Horse Winner are elements of supernaturalism and cold harsh reality. The first distinct moral in The Rocking Horse Winner is that we must not let ourselves be succumbed to greed and the need for materialistic items over our responsibilities in life....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Theme Analysis of D.H. Lawrence's The Horse Dealer's Daughter

- Theme Analysis of D.H. Lawrence's “The Horse Dealer's Daughter” Many authors are recognized by a reoccurring theme found throughout their works. The author D.H. Lawrence can be classified into this group. He is well known for his reoccurring theme that romantic love is psychologically redeeming. He wrote “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter” , a short story that exemplifies this theme quite accurately, in 1922 (Sagar 12). Through excellent use of symbolism in “The Horse Dealer’s Daughter”, Lawrence renders his theme of romantic love being psychologically redeeming through the emotional development of the two main characters, Mabel and Dr....   [tags: D H Lawrence Horse Dealer Daughter Essays Papers]

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The Awareness Leadership At The Rolling Horse Ranch And Consisted Of A Full Day Filled With Equine

- The Awareness Leadership With the Help of Horses was conducted at the Rolling Horse Ranch and consisted of a full day filled with equine facilitated coaching and learning activities, as well as valuable experiential exercises that encompassed many educational and emotional dimensions of mindfulness communication, through individual participation and team collaboration, effectively stimulating introspection, self- realization, and self-reflection. The day began with a sound session where a crystal bowl was used as a tuning or “singing” tool to bring the groups attention or thoughts inwards, and establish a sense of balance towards the vibrant, resonant tone of the bowl, in an attemp...   [tags: Sense, Sensory system, Leadership, Horse]

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God's Forgiveness in Taylor's Meditation 42

- In Edward Taylor's "Meditation 42," the speaker employs a tone of both desire and anxiousness in order to convey the overall idea that man's sinful nature and spiritual unworthiness require God's grace and forgiveness to gain entrance to the kingdom of heaven. In the opening stanza, the speaker describes the human craving and longing for material objects. From the very first word of "Meditation 42," a sense of longing and desire infuses the poem as "apples" (ll. 1) often symbolize both temptation and desire....   [tags: Edward Taylor Poetry]

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Paradoxical Power in The Horse Dealer's Daughter

- Paradoxical Power in The Horse Dealer's Daughter   In D.H Lawrence's "The Horse Dealer's Daughter," Mabel Pervin and her three brothers are left with debts to pay after the death of their father. To pay these debts, the Pervins are forced to sell every horse that they own. Then, they must separately create new lives elsewhere. Although Mabel's brothers have decided where they will be going and what they will be doing, as the story opens, Mabel's fate seems undetermined. Her apparent inability to plan her future is initially a source of tension and conflict....   [tags: Horse Dealer's Daughter]

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The Domesticated Horse

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The Ramist Logic of Edward Taylor's Upon a Spider Catching a Fly

- The Ramist Logic of Edward Taylor's Upon a Spider Catching a Fly Like other Puritanical writers of his generation, Edward Taylor looked to nature and utilized it as an example of a belief system that he had already deemed factual. The use Ramist logic here may seem irrational to many. The very essence of logic commands that we must first look toward nature and then draw conclusions from it. In his work, "Upon a Spider Catching a Fly", Taylor applies his doctrine in advance by using the interaction between an arachnid and a certain contrasting insect as an example of the Calvinist theory of predestination; the belief that one's fate cannot be influenced by one's works or earthly deeds....   [tags: Edward Taylor Upon Spider Catching Fly]

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Comparing Versions of Red Riding Hood

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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]

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Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor

- "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry" by Mildred D. Taylor What do you think about TJ Avery in this novel do you hate him for his bad deeds or pity him. TJ is quite a confusing character. On one I had I pity him because of all the misfortune in his life, through his own fault though. Although on the other hand I think he is a complacent character, who thinks the world solely revolves around him. He seems to feel that the world owes him a living, a living he is not prepared to work for. I pity TJ because he has never really had any discipline and although discipline can be harsh....   [tags: Roll Thunder Hear Cry Mildred Taylor Essays]

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Strong Horse Tea, by Alice Walker and The Suicides of Private Greaves, by James Moffett

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Analysis of Paragraph on Page 271-272 of Porter’s Pale Horse, Pale Rider

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Money, Luck, Love in Rocking-Horse Winner by D.H. Lawrence

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Little Red Riding Hood Analysis

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Unit One- Thematic Paper :

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Is Charles Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood Relevant to the Modern World?

- Is Charles Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood Relevant to the Modern World. A story commonly spread through word of mouth, Charles Perrault wrote an early rendition of Little Red Riding Hood in 1697. Between the late 17th century and today, there have been a few changes in societal norms, customs, and understandings of social values. To summarize, laws based on religion have given way to laws based on science…in turn, scientists have taken their newfound social power and discovered ways to destroy all life on Earth…following that, humans have practiced leaving the planet, preparing for the inevitable day when our self-created nuclear holocaust gives us no other choice…and lastly, various oppr...   [tags: Little Red Riding Hood Essays]

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China 's One Child Policy

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Riding The Rails

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Riding The Train

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How to Train a Horse

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Dynamics Facing The Managers Of Today Are Different From Those Facing The Managers Of Taylor's Time

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Rocking Horse Winner and The Destructors

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Taylor Hebert : An Ideal Lifestyle

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Portrayal of Orthopedic Impairments in the Movie: The Horse Whisperer

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Comparison and Contrast of The Destructors and The Rocking Horse Winner

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Camping: The Rescue of Jack and Taylor

- ... They set up camp and tried to stay warm with blankets and a fire. The next morning, they woke up to a sheet of snow covering their tent. They tried to get out to experience the snow, but all they could see was white. Everywhere they looked, it was all white. It just kept snowing, snowing, snowing…. “How long do you think this will last?” Taylor desperately asked her husband. “Um, I am sure it won’t last that long.” Jack said, not even believing his own words. They huddled back inside the tent, trying to keep warm any way they could....   [tags: surprise, camping, hiking, snow]

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One Dream, One Band, One Direction

- “One Dream, One Band, One Direction” “I never would mistreat you, oh I’m not a criminal, I speak a different language but I still hear you call. Diana, let me be the one to light a fire inside those eyes, you’ve been lonely, you don’t even know me, but I can feel you crying. Diana, let me be the one to lift your heart up and save your life, I don’t think you’d even realize baby you’d be saving mine” (“Diana”- One Direction, A-Z Lyrics). The song “Diana,” that One Direction wrote is quite strong....   [tags: One Direction, Harry Styles, Pop Group]

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The Taylor Rule And Monetary Policy

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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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Use of Imagery in D.H. Lawrence's The Horse Dealer's Daughter

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Taylor's and Weber's Theories of Management

- There are several theories that examine an organization and it’s approach to managing work in an effort to develop efficiency and increase production. Two classical approaches to management are Taylor’s scientific management theory and Weber's bureaucratic management theory. Both men are considered pioneers of in the study of management. Taylor’s scientific approach is based on the planning of work to achieve efficiency, standardization, specialization and simplification. Factories are managed through scientific methods and productivity is increase through a mutual trust between management and workers....   [tags: Bureaucratic and Scientific Management]

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Brief Commentary on Ride the Dark Horse by Stefan Judge

- 1) The plot of the story, “Ride the Dark Horse”, was very interesting. In the beginning, the character didn’t think that he should do anything so that he wouldn’t have to “face facts”. However, one day he went on a fishing trip with his father. On the trip he met a boy, Jean Paul, whose father offered him a job picking up logs from a river. As they were collecting the wood, Jean Paul decided to go fishing. Jean Paul then cast his line when it accidentally got caught in a tree. The lure hooked onto his face and sliced at his chest, hurting him severely....   [tags: Novel, Accident]

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The Song ' Mean By Taylor Swift

- All around the word there have been many cases of bullying, some that were prevented and some that ended in a tragedy such as death. The song “Mean,” by Taylor Swift is effective in using metaphor, similes, and symbolism to promote the prevention of bullying by letting everyone know to never let anyone push you around and to always stand up for your self. This song was written because, Taylor swift herself was bullied by Bob Lefsetz, a critic who heard her song, "did Taylor Swift kill her career overnight?…Taylor 's too young and dumb to understand the mistake she made.” This are the types of comments that can cause a person to feel worthless and untalented....   [tags: Bullying, Abuse, Verbal abuse]

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The War Of 1812 By Alan Taylor

- Wikipedia Critique Alan Taylor gives an in-depth discussion about the multiple types of individuals who took part in the War of 1812 which lets the reader see how this war can be considered a civil war. In essence, this is seen by how these numerous individuals lived through this period and how they were affected by what occurred before, during and after the war. For a more specific example, in the chapter “Traitors”, Taylor discusses a Loyalist by the name of Joel Stone and part of his life during this time period....   [tags: United States, War of 1812, Militia, Wikipedia]

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The Success Of Taylor Alison Swift

- Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989. She is an American singer-songwriter, and actress. She signed with the independent label Big Machine Records and became the youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony/ATV Music publishing house. The release of Swift 's self-titled debut album in 2006 was the start of her career as a country music singer. Her third single, "Our Song," made her the youngest person who single-handedly write and perform a number-one song on the Hot Country Songs chart....   [tags: Sigmund Freud, Psychosexual development]

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