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    The Lost Chapter of Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck The deep green marsh filled pool of the Salinas River was enriched with darkness as murder hovered in the air. Soledad's Gabilan Mountains lay sandwiched in deep redness, above, the heavens wept, below, a harmless creature lay lifeless and bloodless. The river flowed with neglect as did the inoffensive animal otherwise known as Lennie. The wind sang loud and mournfully to the ears of George and Slim as they returned dejectedly back

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    Higher the status of a deceased person, larger the number of buffalos and pigs will be slaughtered. And mostly, the extent and organized way of death event reflect the level of deceased. Torajans believe that these slaughtered animals would help deceased’s soul in traveling to Puya. Larger the number of animals, sooner they will

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    would be interesting to see where her fascination with the various aspects of negative paternalism was born. *Pigs In Heaven is the sequel to The Bean Trees. Taylor Greer and Turtle are main characters in both novels. Works Cited Kingsolver, Barbara. Animal Dreams. New York: Harper, 1990. - - -. The Bean Trees. New York: Harper, 1988. - - -. Pigs In Heaven. New York: Harper, 1993. - - - . The Poisonwood Bible. New York: Harper, 1998. Barbara Kingsolver Home Page. 10

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    For as yet scientifically unknown reasons, times occur when an unsuspecting person can just burst into flames and be incinerated. This is referred to in the scientific world as Spontaneous Human Combustion or SHC. There are many documented cases throughout history. The earliest cases go as far back as the early 16th century. Then there are the ones that are as recent as 1998 but have no better explanation of what happen then the ones in the 16th century did. There are truly only two types of cases:

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    Hermes: The God of All Communication

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    deeds of divinities and heroes in the already constituted world” (Buxton 44). Divinities could be referred to as the Gods and heroes, who were often somewhat mortal. The gods were said to live on Mt. Olympus, which can be referred to as a type of heaven. Mortals lived among heroes, who were often of godly decent, on earth, and the dead resided in the underworld with the God Hades. With three different worlds under the all powerful Zeus it was very important for him to have a quick and efficient form

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    Good vs. Evil Many years ago, Charles Darwin introduced a theory that we humans are a species which evolved from animals that have inhabited the Earth for many years, and he believed that we were civilized, intelligent, and logical life forms for these very reasons. In the novel, Lord of the Flies by William Golding there is a prominent theme of good versus evil which reveals that maybe humans are not the civilized human beings that they were said to be. William Golding carefully netted this theme

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    1. Nabhan’s main point in The Far Outside is each individual has to go “inside to go outside” (144). Nabhan refers to nature as being a part of each person. Logically and scientifically, this makes sense. Atoms are what make up bits of matter, and are combined to create the environment. Once something dies, the atoms are reused. The atoms that were once apart of a tree or a raccoon can also be a part of the atoms that are apart of you. Nabhan states “We are inspired by what surrounds us; we take

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    The character of Simon appears different from the other boys in many ways. What effect does this give, and why has Golding used such a character for a contribution to the novel as a whole? Use a study of character to justify your response, and closely ... The character of Simon appears different from the other boys in many ways. What effect does this give, and why has Golding used such a character for a contribution to the novel as a whole? Use a study of character to justify your response

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    When it comes to human morale, people can be vain and disapproving of themselves as well as nurturing and passionate of beliefs and ideas. It is these emotions that toy with the psyche to determine the best possible solution for everything around. Unfortunately, this can be used as a weapon to convince, brainwash and terrorize the minds of millions, if not more. When it comes to systems of control and government, people have their own individual views and beliefs. It is through these views and beliefs

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    Ku War God: Hawaii after the Kona period

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    On the big island of Hawaii lays many secrets of traditional Hawaii that have long been forgotten by the republic that took over Hawaii after the Kona period. But many people still live up to these traditions in their homes and not wanting to overlook where their original family had come from. These traditions are based on stories and prayers that respect the primary four gods that make up the world. These gods help the people of Hawaii in succeeding the best out of life and honor them in returning

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