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    Spoonface Steinberg by Lee Hall Plan Introduction- Play is written in first person, monologue, why its an unusual choice for centre character to have a disability, how people view others with disabilities in our society. Paragraph 1- Creation of Spoonface, like of opera music (what it symbolises for her) Her numbers Paragraph 2- Situations Spoonface is placed in- has autism and cancer, parents are splitting up, and her mother is an alcoholic. Why Hall does this and how it makes us

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    The Inn in the Fall

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    It beckons for you to come learn its history, walk on the same stones that some of the greats of our country have walked. As you walk out the doors leaving this majestic inn turn and take one last look. Above the north end fire place of The Great Hall the inscription in the stone reads “Take from this hearth its warmth. From this room its charm. From this Inn its amity. Return them not- But return” (anonymous). That says it all and return you should, to North Carolina’s little piece of Heaven here

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    Generational Ship Blues

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    The solar rod running down the centre of the giant ship slowly glowed to life once again marking the start of a new day. It began just like any other day, only this was the day I'd been dreading since being given this assignment more than 10 years earlier. I looked up through the galley window and saw the little lakes and rivers begin to shimmer. Transit modules went to and fro as the ship stirred to life. “Russell!” Came a voice from behind me. I turned around to see my partner Justin walking

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    The Good Samaritan

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    away with whatever he did. While this was going on, a nice dressed administrator walked by. He glanced at Samuel, but he had errands from the principal to meet deadlines; he didn’t stop. Rob continued to threaten him; eventually they were alone in the hall. He snatched Samuel’s hand and with a flick of his wrist twisted him around until his face made a sickening thwack against the cool dull metal of the locker. Samuel was just a boy in high school. He was bright, intelligent and every bit as kind as

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    A Rose in the Hall

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    A Rose in the Hall In 1989 Pete Rose, one of baseball’s greatest, lost all the respect he had gain in his successful career. That year, the league had brought to there attention that Pete Rose was a chronic gambler. Eventually Pete Rose ended up being banned from baseball. Now he wants a chance for a spot in the Hall of Fame, a place for baseball’s greatest. The question of whether or not Pete Rose should be accepted into the Hall of Fame has been a source of great controversy in the baseball

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    Social Construct of a Pool Hall

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    Social Construct of a Pool Hall Billiards, or more commonly referred to as pool has been played for many decades. In the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century it was played by those of upper class standing in their homes. Over the twentieth century pool shifted roles, becoming part of middle and lower class society. With the class change, pool also moved out of the home and into bars and halls. Pool has been forever transformed; today there are three main groups of pool players

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    Advertisement Analysis

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    having Whoopi Goldberg reading in a hallway. One does not generally associate hallways with open space, but because there are a series of doorways that run on the left side of the hall, it is as if it is saying there are multiple regions of information to discover. It represents one thought leading to another. Doorways in the hall eliminate the tension in the room and really help to open it up.

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    Sleeping Through Class

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    staircase leading to the upstairs hallway. Finally, I saw some fellow students; they were lounging lazily on the plush couches scattered around a fireplace. This room gave a false sense of security, betrayed by the dungeons I knew had to exist beyond the halls. Despite the room's attempt to relax me, I was... ... middle of paper ... ...ays painted entirely brown, through fading candlelight, through boarded up gymnasiums and cafeterias, and down what must have been hundreds of those rubber-matted stairs

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    Terra-Cotta Girl

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    objective relationship with universal implications. Technically a lyric, the poem filled with narrative and drama: an off-the-farm college girl, a Southerner, and perhaps a Georgian like Sellers herself, has fallen in love with a “quiet girl down the hall” (9). The girl’s conservative mother “has seen to” (10) having her daughter seek for an expert help. Ungraceful, conflicted inwardly, and beset outwardly by parental pressure, the girl now waits to see a counselor. No character speaks, but the role

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    The Secrete

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    " "You can tell me, I'm your teacher, and I get paid to know what you're thinking." "Ok, it's Frumpalump." "FRUMPALUMP?" The teacher screamed. She picked Tommy up, put his fingers into his nose, made him eat the bugars, and then threw him into the hall. "Go and see the principal about that!" she yelled after him. Tommy dragged himself to the principal's office and went in. "Hello, Tommy. What seems to be the problem?" the principal asked. "A 4th grader told me the neatest word in the world, and I

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