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  • Come and Go Back

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    The book I read is called “Come and Go Back”. This book was written by an anthropologist by the name of Joan Abelove whom lived in a village like the one in the book to study there culture. She wrote this book to explain to people through a story how there way of life is and some things which she experienced when she was there. This book is under fiction and is referred to as realistic. This book is based on events that took place in the 1970’s. This book was printed in 1998 in the United States

  • You Really Can't Go Back

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    You Really Can't Go Back As we grow older and return to the places of our childhood, we are often surprised to discover things are not as we remember. A child's memory of a place, such as a family vacation spot, will be very different from that of an adult's. Particular details like size, glamour, and level of excitement are often escalated in the eyes of a child. One place I loved as a child was Mayville Amusement Park in Mayville, New York. The day after school was out, my parents would

  • Should Elian Gonzalez Go Back To Cuba Or Stay In The United States?

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    Should Elian Gonzalez go back to Cuba or stay in the United States? This seems to be the question drenching the media on a constant bases. Every newspaper, news broadcast, and magazine seem to have a story about Elian. Titles like “Elian’s Grandmothers are coming to the US”, seems kind of silly if you read the headline literally. I don’t mean to be cold but why do we care if Elian’s grandmother is coming to the US? Thousands of grandmas have come to the US everyday, but we don’t hear about them

  • Fight Back And We'll Let You Go - Original Writing

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    Fight Back And We'll Let You Go - Original Writing I despised him for not fighting back, it was his own fault I suppose, we gave him an opportunity to not get hurt, "fight back and we'll let you go", we say that to every one of our victims, only rarely do they ever fight back, I felt bad for what we were about to do. We saw him as he walked down the road, bottle of coke in one hand and a choc ice in the other, for him, the summer holidays was a sanctuary away from the bullying tormenters

  • Grandparents' House: A Home Away From Home

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    hits the still winter air. I shut the car door and follow the sidewalk to the back door. I open the door and a child-like smile immediately spreads across my face. Before I can even get my shoes off, my grandma greets me with her usual warm hello. I smile back at her and ask what she's been up to. But I don't even need to ask, I can already smell the fresh bread thats been baking in the oven. I get up to go to the kitchen, and her pug, Mack, jumps up and tries to lick my hand. My grandma

  • A Tribute to a Special Person

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    struggled to care for her two babies without much help from the father. It was then that she realized she had to do something to better her life. She decided to move back in with her mother and go back to school. She found work that barely gave her enough to raise her children. With two babies to care for, it was impossible for her to go back to high school full time so she received her G.E.D. She always had hopes of becoming a nurse so she enrolled in community college. By this time she was working and

  • Hounds Of The Baskerville

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    The Hound of the Baskervilles Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle One night Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson came back to there office and found a walking cane. After finding this walking cane Holmes and Watson examined and made hypothesis of who could have left this walking canes here. After making a conclusion Dr. Mortimer came in the office with a case of homicide on Sir Charles Baskerville who had died that week. Dr. Mortimer explains what had happened to his friend. Dr. Mortimer thought that even though

  • My New Life

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    with my life otherwise I would keep drowning into nothing. My best friend through out those four years, who is now my girlfriend, helped me get my life back on track. She talked to me whenever I needed help, and went above and beyond to make sure I was always ok. Corina helped me get off drugs and focus back on school. I decided I would go back and get my GED. Corina helped me study and find the test sites and dates. I couldn’t have done all that with out her and I will be forever thankful to her

  • Exploring my Nationalities

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    opportunity to explore each of them. I was six years old when I left Trinidad to come to the United States. Sometimes, when I try to remember the country of my birth I just have a blank memory of it. I always told myself when I got older, I would go back home for a visit. I already accomplished my goal of visiting Haiti, where my mother was born. Trinidad was next on my list, since I became tired of my mother as well as other family members telling me about the beauty of Trinidad. This past summer

  • The Great Divorce

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    people that go there. The narrator who is the main character in the book tells the story on what he sees from his eyes. The author describes hell as a dark cold town with alleys that people live in and no one to be seen on the streets, and heaven as this place that looks beautiful with green grass, mountains, rivers, and animals running around. C.S. Lewis uses different characters throughout the book to help understand the scene and the situations that are going on. The ghosts that go with him to