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    The Night Nurse

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    An Unforgettable Night After reading Joyce Carol Oates story, “ The Night Nurse,” revenge is what is found. This story starts off by a woman by the name of Grace Burkhardt, collapsing at a shopping mall because of a reason that was unknown at the time. She is taken in an ambulance to a hospital where she undergoes an emergency surgery for a blood clot that is in her leg that could have traveled to her heart. Grace’s stay in the hospital that night was not how she expected. The worst pain a person

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    hours as a nurse can definitely be stressful especially when working at nights. Additionally, insufficient sleep is a huge factor that affects the performance of the nurse. Unlike day nurses, night shift nurses have to adjust their sleeping habits in order to stay awake throughout their shift. This issue is important because lack of sleep may compromise patient safety, such as increase risk of medication error or patient falls, resulting in poor patient outcomes. Sleepiness in nurses has been shown

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    started telling me things that only me and god knew such as struggles in my childhood, emotional feelings that I had towards my father that I didn’t grow up with. He also told me that I was going to a medical school and I was going to be certified as a nurse. At the time I had a job working in a milk company as a clerical assistant, I wasn’t thinking of going to school because I just wanted to work. He kept talking to me and telling that everything in my life was going to change but I just looked at him

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    Bird Room

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    silence passed and the sun finished setting by the time the two girls reached their house. Sighing Elise rang the doorbell, the door whipping open within seconds. “Your father has been worried, you know how he gets when you two are out for so long.” The nurse continued babbling as she brought the two girls in quickly, closing and locking the door after Elise came in. Ever since two years ago, these townspeople are scared into their homes. There is-- what they believe-- a “demon” child that roams after the

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    one more”. She didn’t have night shift nurse so my mom would sleep with her to help her needs like giving her water, bread, etc..; one night my Mom asked me to help her out and sleep with my Granny. It was midnight and she called up on me and said “Hamed I want to set, help me”, so I woke up and said “Uff! Okay”. I helped her, gave her a glass of water and told her to go to sleep its midnight. At answer she said “Sorry son, it night for me 24 hours how would I knew its night time”. I felt embarrassed

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    Why is this night different from all other nights? My sister Sarah is lighting the candles, and her hands tremble when she turns to cover her face ina gesture of piety. I am thirteen years old, and we are gathered at my house for the Passover seder ("order" in Hebrew) and my whole family is here: mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and two cousins. Did I say my whole family is here? That is not entirely correct: my father is absent. My parents split five years ago, and he doesn't celebrate holidays

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    Finding Peace of Mind

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    When life’s struggles come knocking, when it seems like burdens in of this life become too heavy, my mind is filled with nothing but problems of home, school and the problems of my friends and family. Without hesitation I throw a gun strap on my back, and go to the shed to get out my four-wheeler. I cross the abundant traffic on 17, jump the railroad tracks and then I see it, the gate that enters instantly into the state of being relaxed, it’s the gate to my hunting club. As I pull the four-wheeler

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    The Night Walk

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    home, checking pockets for possessions, collecting coats, saying goodbye to one another. The barricade of hugs and handshakes stopped her from reaching the door. However, when guests reminded each other of the time, they huddled by the door as the night reached its closure. People slowly started to leave, exchanging goodbyes with the host as they left. When few people remained, she noticed that other guests had either brought cars of their own, or arranged lifts home. Staring into the darkness of

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    located far away above, as if one can travel to those purely by sight, and by sight alone of twinkling white dots. Call me a nerd, I don’t care. It was a peaceful night with clear skies when one person told me to imagine my own sight as a vector—yes, the Physics-related thing, and told me to gaze upon Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky. She then explained that my own sight-vector allegedly collides with the light-vector of Sirius that reached Earth. She then continued that the light-vector

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    There are many different fears that one may have including: Monophobia, the fear of being alone, Agoraphobia, the fear of being in crowded places, and Achluophobia, the fear of being in the dark. While looking at these different phobias, one may notice that they all are specific ways that a person may act depending on the setting they are in. It is common for authors to place their characters in a designated setting to reveal the most basic traits of human conduct. In Lord of the Flies, William Golding

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