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    The Story

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    A story can be many things. By the definition, a story is an adventure, a mix of litterary terms, a conflict, an antagonist, a protagonist or hero, all within a coherent timeline, to entertain or teach the person the story is told to. For a person of deeper interest though, a story isn't just something thought up of, it is a source of ideas all so wonderfully expressed, a downpour of action and suspense to crisp the eye, a flow of emotions to enchant the heart, or a deluge of unknown to challenge

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    The Story

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    tired of being known as Thomas the story teller no one wanted to listen to. His stories where not just stories they were the truth, the truth that people were not ready to hear. Like when he told Victor his father’s heart was weak and wanted to leave him and his mother. Victor probably did not believe him but he was right. What people did not understand was that his stories were messages he had to deliver from the spirits and that is why he always retold the same stories. The messages had to be delivered

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    The Story of the Vase

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    Kept in that sunlit corner, it stands there, silent, mute. Watching everything that is happening around. Every person that passes the lobby, the smiles, the tension lines on the forehead, the jittering, shivering hands of the new people, the throbbing nerves of their neck, the throat that bobs while they gulp down their fear. It watches everything. Daily it gets filled, with a little water and a bunch of fresh blooms are placed in them, by the lady who wears elf like dark framed glasses, with hair

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    the forever stories together. Stop! I 'm lost. This girl with the blue hair is not me--she is whom I wish to be. Annaleah is who she is and she shows the true me when I dont have the ability. I am the girl with my face plastered

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    Spencer Johnson uses a story within a story to attempt to catch the reader off-guard and ready for a teachable moment. In the context of a class reunion discussion, the friends begin to catch up and share what has happened in their lives over the years. Some have had success and others have had frustration in their lives. One Character had found the story of Who Moved My Cheese and credited that story as a rich source of help and guidance in navigating the changes of life. From the setting of revealed

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    story

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    was chosen for this essay was The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. In order for this tale to be understood fully one would need to know that The Neverending Story is an actual book being read by a character. The character that is reading the book eventually enters the story and becomes the main character within it. Bastian a pale, fat kid that is picked on by other students from his school is the main character who reads and enters The Neverending Story. While Bastian is reading this tale he is introduced

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    The Story Teller Rewrite

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    On a hot Saturday during the summer, my parents called my brother, John, and I downstairs. John and I raced down stairs to see what my parents needed. They replayed the voicemail to us. It was my aunt saying to pack our bags, because she was taking us on a surprise trip. My brother and I were overcome with excitement as we packed our stuff and awaited my aunt on the steps of our house. After what seemed like many hours later, my aunt showed up to get us. We quickly told our parents “Bye!” and jumped

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    Bed Time Story

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    Bed Time Story "Mum can I have a story before I go to bed?" asked Kathy. "Yes my dear," replied Lizzie. "Which one are you going to tell me tonight mum?" asked Kathy in anticipation. "How about, the one about me and your aunt Laura and the Goblin men," answered Lizzie "O.K. all tucked in, how does the story start?" asked Kathy "it starts like this………" When your aunt Laura and

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    What's the Story by Livingston

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    Intentional Heuristic To accurately discern what does and does not happen in fictional stories, one must develop a kind of “story competence,” which Livingston describes in “What’s the Story?” Story competence relies on making judgements based on reasoning about characters’ motives and authors’ intentions. Only the latter is of concern here, which Livingston refers to as the “intentional heuristic:” a moderate form of intentionalism. The intentional heuristic is an aid used to determine which

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    been celebrated with a huge story. But once one of the victims was pronounced dead, the picture should have been toned down. I believe it should have still been placed on the front page, but at a more tasteful size. In the end though I feel an appropriate amount of information was disclosed. The public depends on the media to inform them of dangers. And in this case that is exactly what Foreman did. He may have done it in a louder fashion then necessary, but the story needed to be told. And in order

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