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    The girl with an innocent heart traverses through an alley of darkness, of doors, and of chaos leading to the unknown. There, guided by the lost, provided the path to where the girl deemed she need to be. The girl entered the door, into a world once was promised for her to visit. Though, the girl was not happy, since she was all by herself; even less now that the time she will spend there remains in uncertainty.

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    A Rose, A Rouse, A Republic Philosophy, like the film The Purple Rose of Cairo, is eludes the confines of black and white; there are rarely clear answers to the simple questions that man has been asking himself since the times of Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher. In The Purple Rose of Cairo, the fictitious black and white Tom Baxter jumps off the big screen and into the real world of color, carrying with him endless connections to the philosophy of Plato as he is affronted with criticism from

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    Every writer uses a different set of methods, known as the narrative mode, to portray the plot to the audience for individual reasons. In the first section of “The English Patient”, Michael Ondaatje uses his narrative mode in order to more effectively convey his message in an appealing way. One way he does this is by presenting the reader with visual images and vivid description that trigger their imagination. His use of visual imagery, description, and pronouns to present the settings, and to

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    Polonius stood pouring a glass of wine. “Look you lay home to him. Tell him–” He paused, looking up and summoning all his wits. “Tell him his pranks have been too broad to bear with and that your Grace hath screened and stood between much heat and him.” He snuck a look at how the queen was responding. The Queen sat overwrought in her poorly lighted chamber. All curtains were drawn to keep prying eyes out. She threaded her fingers through her hair, inadvertently making it more disheveled than before

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    is slowly poisoning our world, a reminder to the reader to remain strong and determined to battle this. The novel begins in Zimbabwe, a small country in Africa. Daniel Armstrong, a famous television naturalist has travelled to the Chiwewe Camp to film a cruel but necessary process, the culling of the beautiful Elephants. Armstrong quickly becomes tangled in a web of lies and deception as he soon realises that the ivory warehouse at the camp has been robbed and his long time friend, Johnny Nzou and

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    Hamlet and Insanity The following five paragraphs will cover the point of: What is insainity? How does Hamlet tie in with insainity? What or who is the cause of insainity? While I try to overcome these questions to tackle the true answers, you will be thinking and deciding for yourself if Hamlet is "insane" or not. What does insainity? The Webster's New World Dictionary--Third College Edition defines it as "mentally ill or deranged; demented; mad; senseless." My defintion is not as cruel

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    The Factors Leading to Harry’s Demise in O’Connor’s The River In O’Connor’s story The River a young boy takes his own life in order to travel to the Kingdom of Christ. The boy lacks structure in his life, is neglected, and is bored. He lives with his parents in an apartment in a "city that rose like a cluster of warts on the side of the mountain". (P.35) There is not one particular incident that leads him to "baptise himself" (p.45), but a conglomeration of many. From his apartment and his parents

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    A Response to Night of the Scorpion and Sacrifice Both Nissim Ezekien and Taufiq Rafat are writing the poem from the point of view of a older person living in the western world looking back at the culture that hey were brought up in and the differences in ways of life and beliefs. "Sacrifice" tells the story of how a goat was slaughtered to bless a house about to be built and the struggle that a young onlooker is having comprehending why it is happening. "Night Of The Scorpion" also accounts

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    It is crucial to have the ability to communicate with others without a language barrier. If the ability acquired does not exist, one may face challenges throughout your life. Some challenges may include misinterpreting an individual, and having difficulty completing an important task. In the book “Little Bee” by Chris Cleave, one of the many protagonists Little Bee, faces a dilemma where she needs to learn the Queen’s English in order for her to survive in England as a refugee. She believes that

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    The Four Tenets of the Warrior Ethos is a set of code by which every person whether they are civilian or serving this country should live by. In the other hand, the Warrior Ethos is a way of life that applies to the professional and personal lives as well. They show who we are and who we aspire to become. The Army has worked to instill the Warrior Ethos in all Soldiers by the way they train, live, and fight. Every Soldier that has entered Basic Training has been taught that the Warrior Ethos, ingrained

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