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    On Agate Hill by Lee Smith

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    If I didn’t know this book was fiction I would believe everything that happened in it, just for future references if it comes up later. This book it’s about ghost, death, and life, things that are never understood it seems. This girl, Molly the main character, she is strong, she wants to use her life up to the very end, not very many can say that. She doesn’t care of heaven or hell for herself, just for others that she has loved and cared for so much, she wants a full life. Ghost, are there ghost

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    Our fear is the thing that will let us be stronger and let us persevere. That fear will push us on to do greater things in our lives and it might test our limits at times but if we have that courage to let us overcome that fear then we will become the man/woman that people ideal and strive to be but everyone has fear even fireman, policemen, or even soldiers. We all have fear we just need to have the courage to persevere through it. That is what I think when I hear courage or perseverance. My name

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    In life, stories are an essential component of human survival and success. Stories enable people’s legacies to continue even when they pass away. Also, stories allow the storyteller freedom to share what he chooses to. The significance of stories is demonstated throughout literary works. Some works that show the significance of stories include, The Things They Carried, The Big Fish, “The Evolutionary Case for Great Fiction” and “For Better Social Skills, Scientists Recommend a Little Chekhov

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    It was All a Dream

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    It was a dark and rainy night; it was just another usual time of the day for Jake. As he was walking he stumbled upon a motionless body. As he approached the body it shivered and he was startled. Jake just looked at it one more time before he heard sirens and started running. Once Jake got home he goes back to the usual yelling and screaming from his mom. He made it to his room, yet not feeling the same. He started asking himself many questions, about what he just saw, but he just layed in bed and

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    Everybody speaks lies and embrace secrets, but not to the degree of the characters of the show Pretty Little Liars. With the opening theme song, four characters, Aria, Spencer, Hannah, and Emily, prepare for a funeral for Allison, their friend that mysteriously disappeared a year ago. "Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead," the lyrics of the theme song intensify the darkness of the production, while the last few words generate an atmosphere for the ominous occurrences that are approaching

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    Within the pages of Hinds’ Feet on High Places, Hannah Hurnard edifyingly captivates her readers by applying practical and sagacious truths to their everyday struggles. After the inhabitants of the Valley of Humiliation harass Much-Afraid to the point of despair, she yearns all the more to journey to the High Places where true love dwells. At the sheep’s pool, she expresses her wishes to the Shepherd—the King of the High Places. With eyes of joy, the Shepherd tells her that she needs the seed of

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    Return

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    Everything went black, the bright vivid colors and images from before, sank into the empty space. A warm blanket was pressed up against my skin. Beep...beep...beep. Everything around was just one blurred mess. My eyelids felt so heavy, and trying to keep them open was hard. Just when I thought things were coming into focus, I would see black then colors then black again, over and over and over. I couldn’t keep my eyes open. I could feel people touching me I could almost hear things but everything

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    Gravitate

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    John was walking on cloud nine as he walked into Mr. Holmes class the next morning. The week had been looking up for him. It was nearly the weekend and he had a date later that night. He couldn’t ask for anything better. He sat in his seat and tapped his pen as he read over his book. Mike sat next to him before the bell rang. “So, a date with Sarah?” he asked. “You are a ladies man John.” John grinned and nodded. “Yeah, yeah, yeah,” he mumbled. “She asked me out for tonight.” “I know, I heard,” Mike

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    Naturalism Defined

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    Naturalism presents human beings as subject to natural forces beyond their control. This idea is evident in both “A mystery of heroism” by Stephen Crane and “To build a fire” by Jack London both of which were written around the turn of the 20th century. The literary themes of naturalism such as fate and isolation are present in multiple different ways throughout these two stories. In “A mystery of heroism” the naturalism theme of fate is explicit. Fred Collins, the main protagonist was basically

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    Good morning to all of you. I am glad to be here with you, sharing this important and celebratory time. We have all accomplished a great deal and it's sometimes hard to believe it is coming to an end. There are so many stories that all of us have to tell about our time at County High. I would like to share some of my experience from the last few years. That first morning, I walked to County High in the cool September air. I remember looking up at the moon, a pale sliver, lemon-edged and sharp

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