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    The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien

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    A work's infallibility cannot be defined by imagination's input, facts become false when they are exaggerated. The Things They Carried, is a collection of short stories that revolve around The Vietnam War. Tim O'Brien takes the reader back in time to the late 1960s, and contemplates on experiences that emotionally scarred Vietnam soldiers. O'Brien shares multiple war stories that are claimed to be authentic during the war, and migrates to the 1980s in states like Iowa and MA to discuss how these

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    Authority or Animals

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    The novel Lord of the Flies and the short story “I Only Came to use the Phone” share the main idea of abused power. Characters in both storied prove that having power over others isn’t always necessarily a good thing. These characters lose their morals and begin to act animalistic due to the immense amount of power that they hold over others. Without morals to differentiate the difference between regular human-like behaviors, the characters with power act in inappropriate ways, causing chaos. This

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    Darkness and Decay

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    (p.141-p.143) How does Eugenides capture the atmosphere of darkness and decay in this extract and why is this significant in the novel as a whole? In the successful novel the virgin suicides, Jeffrey Eugenide’s uses a range of devices to conceptualize what’s going on inside the Lisbon’s house and capture the sense of isolation and how he personifies their house and the environment surrounding it. This causes the reader to actually feel the atmosphere of darkness and picture the decay, and the light

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    Ivan Glasenberg, the CEO of Glencore, once said “I stopped focusing on people being different, and started treating everyone the same way.” An authority figure refuses to acknowledge the differences in people, and treats different individuals the same way. Authoritarian figures have shut down people, mostly kids, who are different for years. Striving to reach a conformity in society, they refuse to recognize the uniqueness of every individual. Similarly, in the short story “Antaeus”, the main character

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    Roles of Women in the Church

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    In today’s society the controversial subject of what positions in the church a woman can hold; has become incredibly debatable among the nation. Some people believe that women have equal rights with men and can uphold any position that a man can. Today’s society also believes that because a woman can be in political and business power, then a woman can also be in authority in the church. However, that could not be farther from the truth a women’s positions in the church are defined by God. First

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    Hidden Purpose

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    "The darkness is coming" a husky voice spoke to Aidan as the images on the wall faded away. Images of the darkness being at the border of Alcadas. Aidan and his master were currently at one of the bases at the border of Alcadas. The base was a big house where Aidan and his master had been living for the past six months. As they have known for the past few days, the darkness was becoming stronger with each day. The darkness was a group of grey hunters who thought Alcadas could be threatened better

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    Chocolate War Vs Lord Of The Flies Essay

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    Lord of the Flies and The Chocolate War were two books that had similar aspects of authority, but with very different situations. Both books deal with children having some type of authority, but both deal with different settings, situations, and conflicts throughout each story. As both stories reach towards their climax, we realize children having authority is really not a good idea. We also learn many other things about each stories conflicts and how they handle them. Lord of the Flies is set on

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    The Darkness Within D.H Lawrence, an English novelist, poet, playwright and critic, once said, “This is the worst wickedness, that we refuse to acknowledge the passionate evil that is in us. This makes us secret and rotten.” Throughout the novel, The Lord of the Flies by William Golding, characters are put to the ultimate test of good versus evil. D.H Lawrence said that we, as human, do not take into account the inherently evil side that resides amongst us all; this directly relates to the character

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    THE CONCH IN THE LORD OF THE FLIES

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    "A conch he called it. He used to blow it and his mum would come. It's ever so valuable" – Piggy, Lord of the Flies. The novel Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, is about an island of stranded young boys and their acts of survival among other events. In the book, there are many objects that symbolize a certain trait or idea. The conch, first written on page fifteen of chapter one, has a much larger symbol then most readers know. In fact, it can symbolize many things, such as power and order

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    Once stranded on an island, a group of boys become separated. Two of them are together, others are dispersed. The two boys who are together need a way to pull the others onto the beach to have a meeting. They look over the lagoon, and they see the perfect thing to do this with: a beautiful, colorful conch shell. The two boys worked together to retrieve the shell. “In color the shell was deep cream, touched here and there with fading pink. Between the point, worn away into a little hole, and the

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