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    Kaylan Kremer The Devil Wears Prada Total pages: 640 Journal 4B The Devil Wears Prada is about Andy, a girl who gets a job at a magazine company working for the infamous Miranda Priestly. Miranda is the fashion editor at Runway and one of the most feared women in the fashion industry. Andy had no idea what she was getting herself into when she filled out an application to be Miranda’s junior assistant. Throughout the novel, Andy is running around, trying her hardest to fulfill Miranda’s ridiculous

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    The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger is a Chick Literature meaning it a story about a woman for women or girls. It was written in 2003 and was made into a movie in 2006 by David Frankel. The movie, along with the book, is comedic and romantic. The movie is very similar to the book despite a few differences. The book was a huge hit because people can relate to this with the clothes, personalities, and experiences. Andy, a Brown University graduate, has always had a dream of being a publisher

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    This report is based on the book The Devil in the White City. This book was published by Crown Publishers in the year 2003 and has 396 pages. This book is about one of the first ever serial killers, H.H. Holmes, and murders he committed at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. This book is about one of the first ever serial killers, H.H. Holmes, and the murders he committed at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. My opinion on this book is I thought it was very boring, but very interesting at the same

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    The Devil And Tom Walker, by Washington Irving Washington Irving the author of The Devil and Tom Walker uses the setting of the story to convey that things with a good appearance can be deceiving and be putrid on the inside. He also creates the right atmosphere for the story, and gives precise details to the audience so they can predict the topic and how it will develop. In addition, he describes each character in a manner that the readers can infer who they are, their personal characteristics

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    Can you imagine yourself locked up in a room with no doors? Similar to a room with no doors, there is no way out of hell if it was one's destiny. In the short story "The Devil & Tom Walker" by Washington Irving, the main character's fate is hell because of his wrong decisions in life, accepting a deal with the devil for earthly benefits. Irving reinforces his message about not making decisions that may damn your soul with the use of literary elements and figurative language. Wisely, Irving combines

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    The Devil in the White City is a literary nonfiction novel that is centered around the World’s Fair in Chicago. The subtitle of The Devil in the White City is “Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America.” As Erik Larson describes so vividly, the fair did just that. From the way electricity is distributed through homes, to the length of our working hours or days in a week, to cultural icons, and amusement parks. There is a brief but fascinating link between the Fair and other inventions

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    The Devil in the White City is a novel that spans the years surrounding the building of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, also known as The World's Columbian Exposition, which was designed to commemorate the landing of Columbus in America. The novel focuses on a main character, Daniel Burnham, who is the architect who builds the 1893 Chicago World’s fair. Throughout the novel, Daniel Burnham encounters many obstacles that threaten the success of the fair at all stages of construction and successfulness

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    I will forever cherish the blessing I had growing up in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina for the first seventeen years of my life. Kill Devil Hills is located on the Outer Banks, which is a 200 mile-long stretch of barrier islands and peninsulas that range from southern Virginia to the Pamlico Sound. Kill Devil Hills is the most populous town on the Outer Banks, with a full-time population just above 7,000 residents. (Kill Devil Hills Town, North Carolina) However, between Memorial Day and Labor

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    The World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 was America's chance to eclipse the 1889 Exposition Universelle held in Paris that had wounded the pride of our nation. With the entire world watching, endless opportunities were available to engage the impossible. One man used the opportunity the World's Fair presented to build a city that could make America proud. Another used it's eminence to help him become one of the most feared serial-killers of the time. These two men, "their fates were linked by a

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    carry to this day. Burnham and Holmes are two side of the coin of human nature. In “The Devil in White City” Erik Larson’s juxtaposition of Burnham and Holmes, and the Black City and the White City, contributes to the understanding of human nature, that one cannot be good without having done evil, and that good and evil are viewed as complementary in their mutual dependence. Larson begins his novel “The Devil in the White City” by setting the stage, mentioning the events and people who made the fair

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