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    The Silver Hero: Epic or Just Super?

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    Ultimate Guide to Characters, Graphic Novels, Writers & Artists in the Comic Book Universe. New York: HarperCollins Inc, 2004. Print. Greenfield, Stanley B. "A Touch of the Monstrous in the Hero, or Beowulf Re-Marvellized." English Studies 63.4 (1982): 294. Literary Reference Center Plus. EBSCO. Web. 16 Mar. 2011. Marz, Ron, et al. "Conflicting Emotions." The Silver Surfer 3.66 (June 1992). Print. - - - . "Sins of the Fathers." The Silver Surfer 3.67 (Early July 1992). Print. - - - . "The Explorer

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    "Bisexual"1 was a word used by Peter Eisenman to describe his Max Reinhardt Haus in 1992, an unbuilt architecture for the city of Berlin that can be formally read in two different ways. The first interprets the form as being additive, two legs rising high above the Berlin landscape and meeting at the architectural object's top. The second interprets the form as being subtractive, a void carved out of solid mass. This idea of bisexuality is continually addressed and re-addressed by the agility of

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    of Sport Obermeyer Sport Obermeyer is a high-end fashion skiwear design and merchandising company headquartered in Aspen, Colorado. Over the years, Sports Obermeyer has developed into a dominant competitor. Sports Obermeyer's estimated sales in 1992 were $32.8 million. The company holds 45% share of children's skiwear and 11% of adult Skiwear market. Sport Obermeyer produces merchandise ranging from: parkas, vests, ski suits, shells, ski pants, turtlenecks, and accessories. These products are

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    Discrimination Against Those with AIDS

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    Employees are being discriminated against for their infectious illness known as A.I.D.S. They are labeled incapable of performing the tasks they pursued before they were recognized as being infected. The confidentiality of an employee is a private matter and very personal. There aremany different kinds of prejudice but not one as deadly as A.I.D.S Discrimination. The emotional trauma and future ofemployment play a giant role in the inflicted. Health policies through job-related fields must

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    1993. Kubitschek, Mary Dehn.  Toni Morrison: A Critical Companion.  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1998. 139-161. Morrison, Toni.  Jazz.  New York: Penguin, 1992. Ondaatje, Michael. The English Patient. London: Pan Books, 1993 Page, Philip. Dangerous Freedom: Fusion and Fragmentation in Toni Morrison's Novels. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1995. Peach, Linden. Toni Morrison. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995. Rice, Alan J. "Jazzing It Up A Storm: The Execution and Meaning

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    lala

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    Nicole Krauss was born in Manhattan, New York City but grew up on Long Island. Her interest in writing began when she was a teenager and in 1992 she began school at Stanford University. The History of Love is influenced by familiar places in Krauss’s life such as Slonim and New York and the characters also reflect her own background of being Jewish. On the other hand, Michael Ondaatje was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka and later moved to England where he studied at Dulwich College. In 1962, he took residence

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    The English Patient Essay

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    (1996) was the critically acclaimed, nine-time Oscar-winning film that we know today, it was an immensely popular novel by Michael Ondaatje, a world-renowned poet and novelist (Gelder, 1997, p. 1). The novel was written in 1992 and was inspired by Ondaatje’s obsession with the history of World War II and Herodotus’ Histories (Gelder, 1997, p. 1). It was not long before Ondaatje’s novel achieved worldwide success and was picked up by the soon-to-be Oscar award-winning director, Anthony Minghella, in

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    John Maloley

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    The sky lit up above me, so bright. Not the kind of bright that you’d usually expect, there wasn’t a sun shining, glowing, oh no. The sky was dark but was brightened every so often by the shock of lightning. This place I was in. It was unusual. It seemed so familiar but so unfamiliar simultaneously. The wind blew cold and harsh, and fiercely pierced through my skin. I swiftly made my way through the snow that was now reaching an ultimate high of around 2ft, piling up on the ground beneath my feet

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    [IMAGE] [IMAGE] On the 20th October 2007 Jerry Jackson was sent to Reddington prison for first degree murder. His first 6 months inside were rough, but time passed and he slowly adjusted to life inside. He appealed against his sentence during the first six months, but sadly failed to get bail. The head officer of C section, Jerry’s section, Jane Cox has a very formal relationship with her prisoners. She has been serving at the prison for the past ten years and is the most experienced

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    The English Patient, by Michael Ondaatje

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    The book The English Patient, by Michael Ondaatje, shows the effects that World War II had on soldiers, as well as the nurses involved in the war. Hana, a nurse during the war, goes through the devastating loss of her father, Patrick, who dies in the war. Hana then commits her life to helping a burnt, disfigured, and severely wounded man, referred to as the English patient. Hana decides to stay with the dying English patient, whom she loves like her own father, in the makeshift hospital, despite

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