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    Alone and Unhappy

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    man. He gave her a disapproving look and turned his head. She felt embarrassed now for her actions, but the boy started it. The train stopped and she thought it was her stop. She rushed to get up and noticed it was only 14th St. If she was pale, she would be beet red at this point. She gracefully sat back down and tried to fan herself to get rid of the flushed feeling in her cheeks. When she finally gained her composure, she noticed a man was standing in front of her against the doors

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    just like them, and Paul's friends start being killed one-by-one. This novel is a gripping account of how war is most of the time bloody and horrid.  The few who came out of this war were not the people they were when they left.  They become pale and emotionless, without feeling or thought.  Some killed themselves, they had experienced ultimate horror, the horror of war.  The novel starts two years after Paul and his friends first reached the front and then goes back and forth between

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    being important is fear. Mr. Utterson and Mr. Enfield were walking together and seen Dr. Jekyll in his house. They were talking to him when all of a sudden he started to change into Mr. Hyde. When they saw this they looked at each other, both were pale and had an answering horror in their eyes. “ I am afraid, I think there has been foul play.” Poole says this when he goes and talks to Mr. Utterson about Dr. Jekyll. Also when Mr. Utterson and Poole want to talk to Dr. Jekyll and ask for him but find

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    Does The Pattern Fit?

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    conversation among the guards involving a strange, recent occurrence. They have seen a ghost and are wondering if it will return. The very moment they are discussing it is the very moment that it appears to them again. “How now, Horatio? You tremble and look pale. Is not this something more than fantasy? What think you on’t?” “Before my God, I might not this believe without the sensible and true avouch of mine own eyes.” (AI, Si, L64-69) This is where the supernatural occurrence is presented. It is thought

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    picture together. My cheeks begin to ache as I remember the smile so big on my face when the camera snapped. I thought my face would break in half if I tried to smile any wider. I was four years old and my hair was a lovely brunette with spears of pale blonde. The color every woman dreams of now. Shoulder length and bobbed I covered all my hair with a baseball hat, a smaller vesion of my father, we were going fishing. My skin was white for lack of sun from winter but my cheeks were bright red from

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    ¡§myself¡¨ appear many times in the story. ¡§I was never finder to the old man than during the whole week before I killed him¡¨(36), ¡§He had never wronged me¡¨(36), ¡§¡Kwhen my thumb slipped upon the tin fastening¡K¡¨(37), ¡§¡KI felt myself getting pale¡K¡¨(38). It shows that the narrator refers to himself as ¡§I¡¨ through the story. The way of presenting in the story helps reader to know it is a first person narration. At the beginning of the story, reader knows the mad man is going to tell his own

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    I Need New Frontiers

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    A creek is no place for shoes. I think it' s unreasonable to ask children to keep their shoes on in such a place. My bare feet were always covered with calluses from walking down the rough pavement of Peardale Street and around the corner, past the weeping willows, but not as far as the Lindsay' s squeaky old swing-set. It was hard to see from the road, and as far as I could tell, nobody ever went there- except for me. Large pines nearby stood tall and erect, looking down at the ripples and currents

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    before the story ever begins, the novel details how sin affects the lives of the people involved. For Hester, the sin forces her into isolation from society and even from herself. Her qualities that Hawthorne describes at the opening of the book, her pale beauty, womanly qualities, and passion are, after a time, eclipsed by the ‘A’ she is forced to wear. An example of this is her hair. Long hair is something in this time period that is a symbol of a woman. At the beginning of the story, Hawthorne tells

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    women causes mental and emotional strain on the part of the narrator. Berenice is described as "agile, graceful and overflowing with energy" with "gorgeous yet fantastic beauty". Some of her physical characteristics included a high forehead and pale skin with "hollow temples" and curly hair. In this story the narrator is focused on Berenice's teeth. "But from the distorted chamber of my brain; had not, alas! departed, and would not be driven away, the white and ghastly spectrum of her teeth".

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    Inventing Problems in In A Forest of Voices

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    industrial poisons into rivers that once flowed clear, his mixing of chemicals with fog on the east wind, add up to a fantasy of such grotesque proportions as to make everything said on the subject seem pale and anemic by contrast. (White p.494) This doesn't stop White from adding his own, "pale and anemic" thoughts on worldwide pollution, and indeed like anemic blood that doesn't hold together, neither does his essay. White whines about the pollution, but comes up with no effective way to decrease

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