Chapter Summaries Essays

  • Jems Journal: Chapter Summary

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    Jem's Journal: Chapter Summary Dan Latham Chapter 4 - I think at times my sister, Scout can be disgusting. I came home from a long day at school. I found Scout on the porch chewing a wad of gum. I knew it was gum because she had it in her mouth for a long time and plus I could see it in her mouth. So just like any normal brother would do, I told her not to eat things you find and she said that she didn't find it on the ground but rather in a tree. I put an expression on my face that clearly communicated

  • Chapter Summary Of 'Anthem' by Ayn Rand

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    Chapter 1- The books starts out with someone writing a journal, he states that it is a sin to write what he is writing because it is a sin to have any thoughts that any of the others do not think. His name is Equality7-2521 and he always refers to himself as “we” or “us”. He explain how he and his “friend”, even though preference of one person over another is not permitted by the Council, find an old tunnel wile doing there job sweeping the street behind the theater. He tells Internationl4-8818

  • A Separate Peace; Chapter Summaries

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    A Separate Peace; Chapter Summaries Chapter 1: The narrator (Gene) returns to the Devon School in New Hampshire, that he graduated from 15 years earlier. He goes to a certain tree and switches back to the past. Phineas dares everyone to jump from a branch in the tree into the river. Phineas, and Gene both jump. On the way back Phineas and Gene play fight so that they are late for dinner. Chapter 2:Mr. Prud'homme, a master, stops by the boys' room to scold them for missing dinner again for the ninth

  • Great Expectations - Chapter Summaries

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    Great Expectations Notes Chapter 1 Setting: early in the 1800s; Churchyard in tiny village east of London  Joe Gargey and her husband in the Marshes.  His parents died Pip- Phillip Pirrap- main character- 7 years old- Lives w/ sister Mrs. when he was younger  One time while visiting his parents grave he meets a strange man- He asks Pip to get him a file and some writtles (food). Chapter 2 Setting: At home; We meet Joe Gargery, the blacksmith, and Mrs. Joe, Pip’s sister 

  • A Stronger Chapter Summary

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    A STRONGER CAMPUS When we develop stronger individuals, they create a stronger chapter. And a stronger chapter will enhance your campus community. Prior to opening a new chapter, we do our homework. When we pursue any opportunity to colonize, we already know that our values align with those of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the campus as a whole. It is our commitment to exceed the standards of excellence and expectations of Mason’s Fraternity and Sorority Life. It is our commitment to be a trusted

  • Hiroshima: Book Report

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    one leg or one arm. To me, it brought up a good point, that all those innocent people had do die for nothing. CHAPTER SUMMARY Briefly summarize each of the chapters: main ideas, narrative features. The first chapter is called "A Noiseless Flash." The title kind of speaks for it self. That was exactly how the bomb was. No one saw anything or heard anything but a flash. The first chapter speaks about how people are wondering why they are alive, but their next door neighbors aren't. It was weird, there

  • Bridge to Terabithia Summaries

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    Chapter summaries In chapter fiveMay Belle's dad gives her some Twinkies. On the bus Janice Avery (the school bully) hears May Belle telling Billy Jean (May Belle's best friend) about the Twinkies. At recess time May Belle comes to Jess saying that Janice stole them. May Belle says, "Kill her!" and calls Jess yeller. Jess and Leslie get back at Janice Avery by writing a love letter and signing it Willard Hughes. It told her to meet him outside after school. The hard part was getting the note inside

  • The Red Badge Of Courage Chapter 1 Summary

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    Chapter 1 Analysis: Stephen Crane begins a new course of realism in The Red Badge of Courage. Many critics point to him as one of the first American authors of a modern style, and The Red Badge as a fine example of this. The novel is built on a coming-of-age theme, and many of its descriptive elements, such as its concentration on nature and character's actions, are in the realist style, most popularized in America by William Dean Howells and Frank Norris. However, Crane's style in this book has

  • Analysis of Chapters 1 through 8 of Great Expectations

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    Analysis of Chapters 1 through 8 of Great Expectations Plot and Setting- The plot starts out with a little boy name Phillip Pirrip. It is a first person narrative about a boy back in the nineteenth century. The first eight chapters deal mostly with Pip’s childhood years. It also deals with who Pip is, and his family. In the beginning of the story Pip introduces himself, and introduces his dead parents. He is in the graveyard, and then a scary looking man comes up. The man threatens him.

  • The Things They Carried by Tim O'brien

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    see this in the first chapter “As a big man, therefore a machine gunner Henry Dobbins carried the M-60, which weighed 23 pounds unloaded, but which was almost always loaded “(O'Brien.5). In this first encounter O’Briens letting you know the physical strength that Dobbins had. Him being the strongest, tallest, and most feared of the whole group. In the next couple of chapters O’Brien doesn’t really mention nor talk about Dobbins in depth. Then all of sudden in the 10th chapter of the book “stockings”

  • Case Study: Sigma Theta Tau International

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    to the fact that there weren’t many university schools of nursing in the U.S at this time. At the end of World War II, there was a change in nursing. There was a remarkable rise of university schools of nursing that allowed the increase number of chapters and members for the STTI. Today the Sigma Theta Tau International membership is by invitation to baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who exhibit superiority in scholarship and to nurse leaders exhibiting outstanding accomplishments in nursing

  • Kappa Gamma Persuasive Essay

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    serve in leadership roles in their chapters, on their campuses and in their communities. Additionally, many chapters participate in GIRLS (Girls Inspiring Respect, Leadership and Service) Academy, the first program of its kind among fraternal organizations. During GIRLS Academy, collegiate and alumna members of Kappa mentor and encourage middle-school girls to become stronger individuals who aspire to be their best.

  • Alumnae Think Tank Case Study

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    Alumna Kappa Leadership Conference Think-Tank Time Activity Learning Objectives Supporting Materials 15 minutes I. Introduction Thank you so much for joining us today for our Alumnae Think-Tank. Before we get started, let’s take a minute to get to know one another. Ask participants to stand up one by one and introduce themselves to the group. Model the way by going first. Include: • Your name • Where you live • Your alumnae association • In one word, what does Kappa mean to you? As we were preparing

  • Alienation in All Quiet on the Western Front

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    According to Paul, though, the men haven't entirely lost human sensitivity: they're not as callous as they appeared in Chapter 1, wolfing down their dead companions' rations. It's just that they must pretend to forget the dead; otherwise they would go mad. Remarque includes discussions among Paul's group, and Paul's own thoughts while he observes Russian prisoners of war (Chapters 3, 8, 9) to show that no ordinary people benefit from a war. No matter what side a man is on, he is killing other

  • Alumna Adviser

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    guide the chapter in all that it does. Advising is a gentle art. Characteristics of a Kappa adviser include a: Desire to work with college-age women. Willingness to devote time to guide, nurture and help the chapter members grow academically, socially, intellectually and individually as leaders. Belief in the Fraternity and its expectations and standards. Maturity with a strong sense of values, sound judgment and flexibility. Sense of humor. Advisers assist the chapter in all aspects of chapter management

  • Structure Of The Lost Honour O

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    uses his novel, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, to attack modern journalistic ethics as well as the values of contemporary Germany. The structure of this novel is important to conveying his message. He uses a police report format, differences in chapter lengths, narrator or author intervention, a subtitle, and the extensive use of the 'puddle' metaphor. All these things contribute towards the message in the text. The puddle metaphor is the most significant device used in the structure of the novel

  • Phi Theta Kapp The Four Pillars Of An Honor Society

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    enrolled in a regionally accredited institution offering an associate degree program, completed at least 12 hours of coursework that may be applied to an associate degree, a grade point average of 3.5, receive an invitation to membership from the chapter at the college where presently enrolled, and adhere to the moral standards of the society. II.

  • Pi Sappa Phi House Analysis

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    I personally love this place and would bring anyone interested in the fraternity to see what it is really about. The atmosphere always remains safe and friendly to each individual’s personal wants and needs, including my own. The members of the chapter at our university are genuinely good men and have the best intentions with everyone they approach. Tyler Sayers is a member of Pi Kappa Phi at South Alabama. He holds a position as the Secretary of all fraternities and sororities at South Alabama

  • Explain how Golding describes the setting of the novel in chapters 1

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    Explain how Golding describes the setting of the novel in chapters 1 and 2 of The Lord of The Flies Golding has a style of contrasting the good things and the bad things about the island in ‘The Lord of The Flies’. The author also describes the setting by using imagery extensively. The author develops a positive ambience of an uninhabited island by giving the island features that the reader knows are more positive than negative. An example of this is when the author describes a cirque

  • Chapters 1- 6 of To Kill A Mockingbird

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    The first five chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird introduce the setting, atmosphere, theme, and many different characters, who have unique characteristics. The theme of prejudice is also developed in this introductory section. The Finch family and some of their neighbours are introduced as well, along with important elements such as the Radley house. The Radley house is an important element of mystery in the beginning chapters. As Scout was describing the setting, she described the mysterious house