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    Dangers of Playing God: Judging Others

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    What I Knew Before I Started: Fat. Ugly. WeIrd. Different. TALL. short. Freak. Some of the few words that go through peoples’ minds when they are judging others. What do I know about judging? Judging is something we all do, even if we don’t like to admit it. I wish that I didn’t judge others, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t. The image that people portray to the public is what most people are going to judge them for. People judge based on looks, lifestyle, your house value, car worth, job description

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    The Hour of Evil

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    It haunts me. That house just stalks my life, yet it stands still. I swear there is a ghost, I swear to god above. The windows are like dark eyes that stare deep into my soul, filling it with dark passion and rage. If I knock on the door, I feel the devil himself will open the door, ready to take me. So I stay cooped up in my room, in safety from the blasted building. Also, because my antics involving said house have made my parents think I'm insane, and they keep me locked in here with barred windows

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    David C. McCullough’s quotation: “History is not the story of heroes entirely. It is often the story of cruelty and injustice and shortsightedness. There are monsters, there is evil, there is betrayal.” contains a moral that I strongly agree with. This quotation can be interpreted differently depending on the reader. As for me, I believe that McCullough meant that truth is never fully revealed, and who the hero is; depends entirely on the reader. He also aims to shine a light on literatures completion

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    Night's Shadow

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    Cold black fear wraps its unrelenting fingers around my heart, squeezing with the strength of death. Air is quickly transforming to lead in the stuffy closet as the search outside continues. A sullen drumming fills my ears pushing me back into my closet. Slamming my eyes shut, I clutch the little sticky note close to my chest and curl into a ball. Grandma’s words echo through my head, “Hide or they will kill you.” Her last sentence before forcing the note into my hand and pushing me into the closet

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    The pioneers that traveled west from the east coast experienced so many hardships that today it has become hard to even imagine them. Willa Cather is an amazing author because through her stories readers can begin to imagine what it was truly like when pioneers had to go west and survive purely off of the labor of their own two lands. When she wrote A Wagner Matinee many Nebraskans felt that she was poorly portraying their way of life, and really what she was trying to do was highlight their strength

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    Tension and Suspense in The Red Room by H.G. Wells In H.G Wells’ The Red Room tension and suspense are created through the characters, the plot and the setting. The setting is typical of Gothic and Victorian ghost stories. In these times there was no electricity so use of candles for light created an eerie atmosphere. They had no modern technology like televisions for entertainment so they used books and story telling. Also people in Victorians times were less educated than we were now so

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    Which is the better suspense story, "The Red Room" or "The Landlady"? The Red Room is a short story which is written by H.G Wells. It is a story about a young man who decides to go into a room which is believed to be haunted. The old people who live in the house which has the haunted room believe that is haunted but the man himself does not believe that it is haunted. As the story continues, we find that the man does go into the haunted room. He takes some candles and matches into the

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    The Missing Chapter of Bronte's Jane Eyre A dusk sky always appeared grey in January; snow would daub the world below and leave their cold clouds stained across the heavens like discarded scraps of paper. Any sunlight that did manage to filter through, earlier in the day, was a cruel cold illusion of the usual brightness that illuminated the day. The weather, however, was never of any great interest to me. My days and nights alike were confined to the nursery and never would I venture into

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    The book I Choose to Stay was written by Mr. Salome Thomas-EL. In it were short stories of success, which were his success stories, and the stories of the children, that he have touched and inspired. Mr. EL is an educator; therefore, he wrote this book for its readers to know and eventually learn from his experiences as a student, a teacher, and a human being. Every human being has his own unique genetic talents and abilities. One of these abilities is intelligence. Intelligence is the ability of

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    Short Story- First Day

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    Short Story- First Day As I run, trying desperately not to be late, my heart was pumping. It’s my first day at my new school and already I’m 5 minutes late, wondering what will the teacher say and, more importantly, what my new class will think of me. I run as hard as I can, not caring about my bag rubbing on my shoulders. I run as hard and as fast as I can trying not to be too late. As I approach the stairs, I run up, jump the three steps, burst through the door into the empty corridors

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