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    Compare and Contrast (The Snyper & The Most Dangerous Game)      The story The Sniper takes place during the civil war in Dublin, where a single sniper waits on a roof top to eliminate any threat from the oposing forces. This story is very tense right from the begining as soon as he noticed the enemys watching him and a bullet comes close to hitting him. This story's opening is one that catches your attention and gets you really focussed on the story. The Most Dangerous

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    and contrasted even if the stories are in two completely different genres. When comparing stories like “Araby”, written by James Joyce, and “A Good Man is Hard to Find”, written by Flannery O’Connor, the reader can make direct comparisons and contrasts about how the authors are similar and how they differ. In regards to “Araby” and “A Good Man is Hard to Find” the reader can draw comparisons and see differences with the authors writing styles and the point of view the story is told. First of

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    has a subject matter relating to the title of the chapter. Each chapter has its own theme brought into the works, but each piece of writing I’ve read told its own spin of the subject creating it’s own theme. In the paragraphs below, I will compare and contrast the difference between the themes they all portray. I’ve chosen to limit myself to only poems, because I feel that the little that is said makes it easier for me to grasp an image to what is being said and also helps to build the story more

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    and more scientific. Its describe Suhaila travel across the sky, earth and land. Then imagine the point of “The Little Match Girl” were more reality, contact with the real life. The little match girl imagines the stove, food, Christmas tree. In contrast, these two books also have the different ending. “The Little Match Girl” has the mystery ending, which a little girl flies up to the sky with her grandmother. Besides that, the “Ladder to The Moon” has the happier and more reality ending. At the

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    The ultimate goal in life is to find love. Both “Senior’s” by Alberto Rios and “Last Night” by Sharon Olds present a theme that sex is not love. Yet, “Senior’s” shows how a person’s view of sex and love changes with maturity, while “Last Night” tells that love does not come with sex. The poem “Last Night” by Sharon Olds is about a sexual experience that she had. In the article, “Sharon Olds” the author states, “Olds is known for writing intensely personal, emotionally scathing poetry which graphically

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    Bicycles. A seemingly endless world of possiblilites. Yet, so singular. People. Some many different types, and separated from everything else. Who would ever say that two things couldn't be much different? But could they actually be similar? Bicycles are ridden solely for personal enjoyment and activity. But they are so silent. They can't talk to you about where they hurt, or how they hurt. Or even if they're tired. Have you ever listened to a friend who has or is going through a hard time? Maybe

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    because he has yet to commit a heroic deed with his arrows, he seeks revenge. Cupid retorts, “Your bow may pierce everything else Phoebus, but mine will pierce you” (2). Then Cupid “drew two darts, with different properties” (2) out of malice. In contrast, the four lovers are placed under spell for another reason. Oberon orders Puck to use the love potion on Demetrius to fall in love with Helena after what he witnessed. To Puck, Oberon says, “A sweet Athenian lady is in love/ With a disdainful youth

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    Are you willing to die for what you truly believe in? Do you hold your personal morals and ethics close to your heart? These are questions I was challenged with after reading Plato’s Crito and Dr. King’s “Letters from Birmingham Jail”. Both literary works connect on a moral level that captures the reader’s attention and makes them reevaluate what they stand for. Though Socrates and Dr. King both wrote these respective literary works thousands of years apart from each other, both pieces pose a deeper

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    Hansel and Gretel is the tale of two children who get lost in the forest, and stumble upon a house made of sweets, where a witch resides. They are tricked into staying with the witch, before she shows her true colors, and tries to eat Hansel. In the end Gretel outsmarts the witch, and cooks her in and oven and frees her brother. A simple story, with a simple resolution. What happens when take that simple story and add in a ton of violence, gore, swearing, and guns? You get Hansel and Gretel: Witch

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    starving girl from District 12. However, from one side, the change of perspective leaves a lot of questions and gaps like: facts about previous Hunger Games, understanding into Katniss's strategy, her past, and real feelings about Peeta and Gale. In contrast to misunderstanding Katniss’ actions, Gary Ross adds more scenes with Gamemakers and President Snow, to show how the arena is controlled, and how government is cruelly to tributes. Evidence to this statement is the “hope” scene; it does not exist