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  • The Meeting

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    I dashed along the sand in my bare feet, a pair of black spandex volleyball short shorts, and a slim fitting tight aqua coloured tank top, to match my aqua-coloured eyes. The early morning wind whipped the few strands that had fallen from my ponytail out of my face. I was out for a run, because I was stressed. Stressed because today I would be meeting my new step-mother-to-be. Oh, and my new step-brother, who just so happens to be the same age as me. And he'd be moving into the room beside mine,

  • A Hurricane Strikes - Original Writing

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    latest gossip. The huge trees looked protectively down on the village below and their leaves danced proudly in the breeze. In the distance, all the identical cottages had smoke rising from the chimneys. Outside one of these cottages, a tiny tanned sparrow skipped along the concrete path that led up to the welcoming front door. The cottage was set into the grassy bank and branches full with sycamore leaves stretched out from the woodland and occasionally tapped on the old-fashioned window panes

  • The Red Room, The Black Cottage, and Sikes and Nancy

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    The Red Room by HG Wells, The Black Cottage By Wilkie Collins, and Sikes and Nancy By Charles Dickens The story of ‘The Red Room’ by H.G. Wells is told to us in first person. Suspense is created because of the story being in the first person because the audience doesn't know any more information than the narrator who is visiting the red room. The audience would have no idea of what should happen next so they are not expecting the shocks of surprises. This is also quite effective to us as it is told

  • The Setting and Atmosphere of Sikes and Nancy,The Black Cottage, and The Treasure In The Forest

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    Nancy written by CHARLES DICKENS in 1869, The Black Cottage written by WILKIE COLLINS in 1859 and The Treasure In The Forest written by HERBERT GEORGE (HG) Wells in 1895. Three Victorian plays I am going to study the setting and atmosphere of three short stories written in the Victorian era, I will attempt to understand how the Victorian society was based on these texts. Sikes and Nancy written by CHARLES DICKENS in 1869, The Black Cottage written by WILKIE COLLINS in 1859 and The Treasure

  • Pamadamus Case Study

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    ‎ Pamadamus Has A Question By Norine Shaffer Wright Long ago and far away lived a little boy named Pamadamus. Pamadamus lived with his mother in a lovely cottage at the edge of a beautiful forest. Pamadamus always looked forward to Saturdays because that was the day he walked through the forest to visit his beloved Grandmother. Mother always warned Pamadamus to be home before dark. She didn’t want him walking through the forest in the dark and get lost. Pamadamus always promised to be

  • Black Death with Wings of Light

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    Atishoo!  Atishoo!/ We all fall down!” (Historic UK). Would anyone see through this happy melody and say that this song is about one of the deathliest plagues that ever struck mankind, the Black Death? This song describes the main symptom of the Black Death, which is the formation of infected black rings on skin. The Black Death is a disease that first arrived in Europe in 1347 through a ship with rats and fleas contaminated with Yersinia pestis bacteria. This bacteria has the capability of taking one’s

  • Causes Of The Black Death

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    The Black Death also known as the Bubonic Plaque created a labour shortage, especially in the cities where approximately 70% of the residents died. This caused peasant and urban worker revolts in the 1300’s and 1400’s. The decline in the population caused by the plague led to an economic depression. Merchants and tradespeople had fewer customers to sell their goods to. Therefore, products accumulated and the merchants and traders suffered a great loss. Poverty rapidly spread throughout the community

  • Loving a Vampire is a Fantasy and a Nightmare in Stephanie Meyer's Breaking Dawn

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    To be irrevocably in love with a vampire is both a fantasy and a nightmare woven into a reality for Bella Swan. Pulled in one direction by her passion for Edward Cullen, and in another by her connection to werewolf Jacob Black, she has endured a tumultuous year of temptation, loss and strife to reach the ultimate turning point. Her pending choice, to either join the dark but seductive world of immortals or pursue a fully human life, has become the thread from which the fate of two completely different

  • Eternity Comes with a Price in Stephanie Meyer's Breaking Dawn

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    Stephanie Meyer is a romantic novel based on the hardships of marriage and family for main characters, Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. Most of the story of Breaking Dawn takes place in Forks, Washington at the Cullen house and in Bella and Edward's new cottage in the woods. There's also a short jump to Isle Esme, just off the coast of Brazil, where Edward and Bella spend their honeymoon. Some major themes in the story are; true love, sacrifice, choices, and suffering. True love conquers all, but sacrifices

  • Two Views of Slavery

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    Two Views of Slavery During the time prior to the twentieth century our world accepted slavery as a normal part of life. Aphra Behn and Phillis Wheatley, both female authors born about 100 years apart, had their own views of slavery and wrote poems and stories about the subject. These women were physically different, Aphra was a Caucasian, and Phillis was an African American, and their lives were rather different as well. Aphra was a spy and playwright, who lived the middle class life and Phillis