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    The Sport of Squash

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    Governing Body, England Squash. More specifically England Squash will be examined to see how it is funded, what schemes it runs i.e. how it helps to develop the sport for all players, from the top level to the disabled. Local Level- In Truro in Cornwall there is one privately run squash club that provides a lot for its members. There is a junior coaching session on Saturday's and there are internal leagues for juniors and adults of all standards to enter and play each other. Team squash is for

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    William Golding - Lord of the Flies William Golding William Gerald Golding, born in Cornwall, September 19, 1911, is a prominent English novelist, an essayist and poet, and winner of the 1983 Nobel Prize for literature. Golding's often allegorical fiction makes broad use of allusions to classical literature, mythology, and Christian symbolism. Although no distinct thread unites his novels and his technique varies, Golding deals principally with evil and emerges with what has been characterized

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    Thomas Hardy

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    wrote fifteen novels and one he never published. He also wrote over 900 poems. He wrote and published four volumes of short stories. He was born, and lived the best part of his life, near Dorchester, the county town of Dorset and Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire and Oxford. To the section of south-west England he gave the fictional name Wessex, called his first book of poetry ‘Wessex poetry’ and his first collection of short stories he called ‘Wessex tails’. He even called

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    A novel, Lord of the Flies is written by William Golding in 1954. Background Information The author of this book, William Gerald Golding was born in Cornwall, England, in 1911. He graduated Oxford University. Also he had experience in teaching in school he could have been easy to set the character with young kids in the story. He had written many books before Lord of the Flies and he awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. William has an experience of being a Navy in World Wall Ⅱ, he could describe

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    We walked down into the bustling docks, stinking of long dead fish and seaweed. We walked past the decreped old fishing boats and their owners, all with rotting wooden lobster pots and old rope nets. The huge ship was moared in the harbour, its ancient gangplank rested lightly on the hole filled pier. Mr Cheese, our navigator, stood at the top polishing his peg leg, while Meet-Hook stood behind working on yet another wax painting. Otis and Carla ran up the gangplank and began to load the crates

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    The Importance of Birds in Virginia Woolf's The Waves To emphasize her viewpoint in The Waves, Woolf employs a distinctive style.  She interlocks the dramatic monologues of six characters at successive stages in their lives to tell her story; and prefaces each of the sections with a descriptive passage of sun and waves through a single day.  In these passages descriptions of the sun, the sea, the plants, and the birds make implicit comparisons with the characters' speeches.  The actions of the

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    Lord of The Flies shows use what would happen if little kids were lost on an island alone with no rules, no leaders, and no adults. LOST shows us what would happen if adults were lost on an island with the same consequences. Would they kill? If so, who and why? Having rules and being civilized can help the country to be a safe and reliable place to live. You need rules, to have rules you need a society and a humane culture. The Lord of The Flies has already elected leadership roles, while LOST has

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    Fear In Lord Of The Flies

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    In the book Lord of the Flies there are many themes that stood out to me but the theme that stood out the most was the boy's fear of the unknown. The boys are faced with many challenges when they arrive on the uninhabited island. Boys no older than 12 years old are faced with the challenge of building a civilized community. During the process of building a community, the fear of the unknown begins to grow throughout the group of boys. "The beast," the paratrooper, and the reactions from the boys

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    Comparison of Hardy's The Withered Arm, Lawrence's Monkey Nuts, and Lawrence's Tickets Please Subject Matter: The story is set in 18th century England. The story is about a man who owns a dairy, returns to his farm with a new wife and his previous wife and son are curious about her. The previous wife, Rhoda Brook, has a vision the night the new wife, Gertrude arrives, where she hurts her successor. When she meets Gertrude however, Rhoda discovers that the arm that she thought she had damaged

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    A Loss of Innocence

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    D.H Lawrence’s The Rocking Horse Winner and William Golding’s Lord of the Flies view children as easily manipulated figures. D.H. Lawrence’s short story demonstrates how easily children, Paul, can be influenced into believing that money and luck indicate one’s level of happiness. William Golding’s novel tries to show that all children are evil and have savage impulses. A common theme in both of these works is that children create their own downfall and loss of innocence. In D.H. Lawrence’s The Rocking

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