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    David Copperfield: The many differences between James Steerforth and Tommy Traddles In the novel, David Copperfield, Charles Dickens contrasts many different characters. The main two characters that he contrasts are Tommy Traddles and James Steerforth. He displays the contrast between these two characters in many different ways. The only common thing that they share is their close friendship with David. Dickens shows these differences through their looks, personalities, and the final results of

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    Agnes Wickfield and then with James Steerforth. Agnes’s relationship with David is a profitable and healthy one whereas Steerforth’s with David reminds me of a doctor letting a sick person bleed out, it’s unhealthy and does no good. Both of these relationships have interesting similarities and foils to one another. David’s relationship with Steerforth is an interesting one because it shows the effects of being around the wrongs kinds of people does to you. Steerforth appears as an upstanding youth

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    Jealousy.

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    doesn't drink, but he rather be hungover tomorrow then to withstand anymore of this appalling scene. James and Aleks slow dancing in the middle of the floor, both tipsy, swaying in each other's arms. Kevin sighs and picks up a half-drunken beer that had been on the table. He could care less who it previously belonged to, as long as he could get rid of the pain in his heart James had caused. James knew how Kevin admired and looked up to Aleks, he was the first person Kevin told about his crush. Then

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    Framed

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    Her little heart was pounding, racing as if it couldn’t beat any faster. Her knees were shaking and she was breathing heavily. She knew that what she had done was a bad thing. It was the first feeling of trouble she ever felt. As if things couldn’t get any worse, she had the urge to pee. These were her thoughts one day in second grade. She remembers it as it were yesterday, the classroom had one teacher with many children. The smell of Chinese cuisine was all that she could smell. It was Chinese

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    A Summons to Memphis

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    This novel by Peter Taylor opens with James and Mary Tyrone talking. They seem to be a very loving, married couple. James compliments Mary many times about how beautiful she looks. However she seems to be insecure about her looks because she is discontent with her case of rheumatism in her hands which makes it shake all the time. Then they heard their two sons laughing, as they walk out from the dinning room. As Edmund and Jamie enter, their parents question them what they are talking about. Edmund

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    When I was a little girl I lived a very poor life. Raised by a single mother, I never knew how to be loved by a man. I didn't know how a man was supposed to treat me, so I learned along the way. When I was only sixteen years old, my mom died of a heroin overdose. I was thrown in a foster home faster than you can blink. When I turned eighteen, I saved up enough money to move to Hollywood. There I was determined to pursue my dream to become a singer. That's where I meet my husband Dewan Gains, you

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    The Rent: A Short Story

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    “What happened?” Sarah concernedly asked as dad came into the house with his eyes watering looking as if he was going to cry and his face red. “Nothing happened, I was just thinking about our money and what we are going to do about the rent, I just don’t know what to do anymore.” he said as he started to shed a tear. My brother, sister, and I just looked at dad in such surprise since we had never seen him cry before. Then we heard the dog barking and a strange knock at the back door and

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    The Caged

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    banks of the Turtle Creek River with the rest of us. That was the last day any of us saw her. “Feed the fish!” shouted James, as he swung his handmade wooden sword in the air. “Ye shall walk thee plank ye measly scoundrel!” “Shiver me timbers ye mangey cockroach!” snorted Rebecca. “Tis not a sword ye hold in thee hand! Aargh! Ye walk thee plank when me fine ship is built!” James laughed. “Who says tis ye ship?” “Me matey’s!” Rebecca quickly responded, as she glanced over at the others and I and winked

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    Taking Grandma Home

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    The road stretches back and forward, whirring beneath tires worn bald by old age. James, dark haired and bright eyed, grips the wheel with one hand and looks lazily between the mirrors to the road to the sky, trying to stay awake. He floats beyond trucks and minivans, driving with the confidence of one never scarred. They pass fields, stretches of yellow and dust, not waving, just watching, guarded by the occasional brooding building. Everything is older here, in middle America, in Kentucky

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    Forever and Always

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    We were both undergraduates at the Australian National University. He was majoring in history and I was studying psychology. He wanted to be over and done with his university degree and I wanted to go into clinical psychology helping people turn their lives around. I had my whole life planned out, and he was taking one step at a time. We shared no classes together. We were completely different people, and yet we got along. * We met at the 24 hour Jazz Café. It was a run-down café that desperately

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