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    Piggy as the Adult Figure of Lord of the Flies In the most dire situations, some children are able to put aside their childish behaviours and become a mature adult figure, one who takes the right actions and makes mature decisions. According to the National Institutes of Health, only a certain few children are able to act maturely in situations; the other completely normal children are not able to take it seriously. Even though some people think that a child who acts adult-like is not any different

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    Lovely Bones

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    curiosity or hope. As for Susie Salmon, she neither feared death nor encouraged it. Her murder was an unexpected one, but George Harvey was the only one expecting this moment for weeks. The Lovely Bones (novel by Alice Sebold and movie directed by Peter Jackson) describes the fictional incident of a young girl that is murdered, and her struggle to maintain a portal to the mortal world to contact her family, while also finding within herself, the acceptance to move forward with her immortal life in

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    learning organization

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    Application of principles of learning organization In IBM Company, their learning organization that they applied is team learning and shared vision of the five discipline of learning organization. according to Peter Senge (2006) defined team learning as a process that encompasses aligning and developing the capacity of a team in order to create the results and achieved the targets that its member truly desired. To make sure the team learning was successfully developed; team members must interact

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    The Limits of Language

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    ‘The limits of my language mean the limits of my world” This statement boldly expresses that knowledge of language is a direct determination of knowledge itself and the world. There is no perfect language that expresses every thought, sensation, idea, creation or every single thing under the sun. Not even in collaboration with every language is it possible for language to only determine one’s complete noetic structure of the world; however, it is the most important tool at communicating the thoughts

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    In The Letters of Abelard and Heloise, Abelard and Heloise’s faith and morals are justified solely by the Church and society. This discussion of virginity, sex, punishment, society, religion and ethnical views are all tied together into one autobiography written by Pierre Abelard himself. Pierre Abelard was born in 1079 B.C in France. Abelard was born into a minor noble family where he learned quickly and excelled in the art of dialect, a branch of physiology, which at the time consisted solely on

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    Lord of The Flies

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    Lord of the Flies was published in 1954 by William Golding. Today Lord of the Flies is a well known literary criticism. Many schools require their students to read Lord of the Flies because of the literary criticisms in the book. In this paper three themes or literary criticisms are talked about: good vs. evil, symbolism of characters, and maturity of characters. Another topic in Golding's Lord of the Flies is the battle of good vs. evil. Everything seems to start out just fine on the island; the

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    The Lovely Bones

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    The Lovely Bones: Book Review Commendable literature is a story; a story that in essence can captivate the mind, leave you yearning for more, has a cherished moral, and can be valued by future generations. The Lovely Bones’ readers, reading a heart-rending and intense story from the point view of someone who has already departed from earth, fully motivated me, as a reader, to retain an open-mind throughout the book. Comparable to most stories I have to read for academic purposes, I did not dread

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    Ching Li Falls Asleep

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    In the morning dawn of a cool spring day, the sky is clear and a gentle breeze carries dandelions in the air. As the sun is rising, its warm rays spread gently over the flower-covered hills. Butterflies scatter throughout the green meadow as they are softly kissing each flower. The air is fresh and filled with sounds of birds and a rooster calling out in the morning. These were the images that Ching Li vividly experienced in her mind. These are the images she wished could dream without waking up

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    In the novel The Lord of the Flies by William Golding, a group of English schools boys are stranded on an island in the Pacific Ocean. The boys’ plane crashed into the ocean in a futuristic war-ridden world. In these dire times, the boys manage to create a hierarchy and assign different roles to all of them. Throughout the novel, a human element of fear terrorizes their island society. Fear is the key element in the novel. It controls how their island society functions and it controls the boys’ actions

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    The Figurative Nature Of The Bible

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    Introduction There seems to be much controversy over the literal or figurative nature of the Gospels. One position views the Bible very literally; still other positions believe the Bible to be metaphorical or symbolic with hidden contexts only understood by the original readers. Once the controversy in the text is pealed away you are left with the truth of the Scripture. This truth is that Jesus was the Great Shepherd who had all authority over demons and proclaimed deliverance to the captive. In

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