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    Saint George and the Dragon as Fantastic Literature Set "in the days when monsters and giants and fairy folk lived," Margaret Hodges' tale Saint George and the Dragon brings to the world of children Edmund Spenser's classic Faerie Queene. Retold in children's format in 1984, Saint George and the Dragon is based upon Spenser's English legend of the sixteenth century. Through examination of the characteristics that describe fantastic and magical realist literature, a more concise understanding

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    Chapter 18: Cacambo and Candide are now led to the house of the wise old men. The old men received them on a sofa with drinks and continue to answer the questions the two travelers had about the place. The old wise man states that he is a hundred and seventy-two years of age and that El Dorado was the native land of the Incas who one day left to build another empire but this was destroyed by the Spaniards. He says that the inhabitation is what preserved their happiness and innocence, stating that

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    received news of his wife Margarette’s death. He returned home to burry her and while he was there was infected with gout. After he healed enough, he left his three sons with his sister Hannah to go back to work with the army which was now under George Washington. Arnold and Washington teamed up to plan the invasions of Montreal and Quebec. Arnold led soldiers on a grueling journey over six hundred miles to Quebec, which took over eight weeks. At the same time, General Montgomery led troops into

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    Superficial animus, haughty explanations, and pretentious leaders; these are the abstruse complexes that have dictated the semblance of War- no longer straying away from the aboriginal embodiment of a cooperate-or-compete mindset. With selfish deeds intact, pretentious leaders allow the preparation of war to commence and naive -yet devoted- juveniles enlist in patriotic hopes of bettering their just nation. However, these naive souls corrode into contrite ones dominated by early signs of post-traumatic

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    Founding Father Alexander Hamilton overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles in his path to becoming the first Secretary of the Treasury. Born into poverty on a small Caribbean island, Hamilton endured his father’s abandonment of him and his mother’s death to illness. After a hurricane devastated his homeland, the seventeen-year- old Hamilton wrote a letter so powerful that people donated enough money for him to sail to New York, where his aptitude for writing propelled him to the highest ranks

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    Who is the Dalai Lama ? • Lets begin with a brief explanation about reputation, it is a general opinion or judgment about a person among his community or most of the people around him . It can be built with a real evidence or lies which had spread around, thus you can find a person with different reputation and other reason is that some people are special in more than one thing such as Dalai lama which we will talk about in the next paragraphs • Tenzin gyatso was his real name , he was born

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    Star Wars: An Intergalactic Joyride

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    based on similar criteria. They judged ŒStar Wars' on its ability to draw on classic styles and timeless stories to create something new and absolutely original. The main factor in both of their positive reviews is the skill of writer and director George Lucas to blend the old with the new. They were both impressed with his miraculously fresh configuration of many different themes from classic film and mythic origin into a cohesive and entertaining movie. He has achieved a witty and exhilarating synthesis

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    modernisation; we are becoming over-dependent on electronic devices to carry out simple tasks, we are becoming less and less aware of people and activities in our own communities, even family activities are gradually becoming a thing of the past. When George Orwell wrote his acclaimed novel “Nineteen Eighty Four” in 1949, even he would be surprised at how things he wrote then would become part of society 60 years on. Results of the “Big Brother” effect which he predicted in his novel are now to be seen

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    John Lennon

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    a great deal and Julia, his mother, was very free spirited and was the main source for some of John's entertaining personality. Because of Julia's personality it was decided that Mimi, her much more strict sister, would raise John with her husband George. John was not abandoned by his mother, as some believe, she frequently visited him, but it was Mimi that raised him. One most ghastly events in John's life at an early age occurred when his father came home to see him when he was four. Alfred came

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    It was at that moment in time that John realized he could express his emotions through music. John’s music career started when his band met and sang with Paul McCartney at a church in 1957. Paul joined shortly thereafter and so did Paul’s friend George Harrison. The band that everybody recognizes today as the Beatles, was formed in 1962 with the final addition of Richard “Ringo” Starkey. John’s first marriage was to Cynthia Powell in 1963 and shortly after the couple had a son, Julian. He later

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