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    used formal language which can nowadays considered to be archaic. In the story all the characters are called by their surnames. For example the phrase 'I need ... ... middle of paper ... ...ssor Challenger, Edward Malone, Mr Summerlee, and Lord John Roxton. First of all Professor Challenger 'TLW' portrays the women in the novel as expected in the early twentieth century The Lost World the hero Edward Malone, known informally as Ned, undertakes the exploration because he believes that

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    rather strange combination of attitudes: people usually have treated the things they revere quite well, but Doyle did combine these attitudes in this writing. Take the example as the group was traveling down the river. During the trip "our two professors watched every bird upon the wing, and every shrub upon the bank" (74). They even used an Assai palm as a landmark so they could find their way back to Maple White Land (75), but what did the plant life get for a thanks? "We drew them up [the canoes]

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    ... ... a method of escape, but instead chose to explore and exploit the reaches of the jungle abyss. They came away with fame and recognition, even wealth--everything they were after and more. The whole purpose of the expedition was for Professor Challenger to save face and prove his story to be true; the three others were along for the ride but were soon caught up in the action as well. Science took the back seat to Lord Roxton and his adventurous spirit. With courage and bravery the men proved

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    Industrial Revolution a century before, drew even more attention to those undiscovered and unexplored areas of the world whose maps had been purged of fantastical topography, wiped clean, and ‘given over to the strict demands of “scientific” practice’.6 Professor Challenger’s first elaboration on his trip to South America imparts the lure of the unknown: You are aware – or probably, in this half-educated age, you are not aware – that the country round some parts of the Amazon is still only partially explored

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    A Story About Wwf

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    verses Shawn Michaels for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship. Before we begin, here is a little information on the challenger, Sting," announced Vince McCann."He hails from Death Valley, California. At 7 feet tall and over 300 pounds, he is the biggest wrestler in the WWF. He is the 'Man from the dark side'," Jim Ross stated."Ladies and Gentlemen..... here is your challenger........ Sting!"The crowd cheers as Sting walks down the ramp. He is stopped at the bottom of the ramp to be interviewed

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    The Duel

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    The Duel Walking onto the stage, seeing my challenger; thought not much of him, then I glanced to my left; hundreds upon hundreds of people have come to see this. My nerves shot to hell, I picked it up, plugged it in, waiting for the challenger’s opening riff. “Just one more time, I’ll get it this time, for sure!” I was tutoring some twelve year old; his name, David Ellison Mai. I was trying to teach him how to play the guitar. I have been playing for so many years, I cannot even begin to think

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    My Challenged Friend

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    my house. I began to get very depressed. My teachers were not aware of ADHD and were extremely critical of me and insensitive to my disability. It was then I was approached to help Freddie, who is mentally challenged, prepare for the upcoming "Challenger Little League." In the league disabled children play, and "normal" kids act as their "buddies" to help move the game along. Freddie's mom and mine thought it would be a good idea because I would be helping Freddie get ready for the league, and doing

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    Muted Group Theory

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    Muted Group Theory Cheris Kramarae, professor of speech communication at the University of Illinois, would probably feel closer to satisfied if the summary section of this paper were not necessary, if the connotations and ideas that muted group theory entails came to mind automatically. Unfortunately though, I would confuse a great deal of people if I used the terms "muted group theory" in writing and conversation without further explanation. This demonstrates a fundamental concept in Kramarae's

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    Tom Sawyer Abroad

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    adventure, there was talk about a big hot air balloon that was flying across the ocean to Europe. A professor, who made the balloon, was going to ride in it. The balloon was coming to town, and Tom, his friend Huck Finn, and his black friend Jim just had to see it. They went to the edge of town and gazed at it with awe. Other people that had come to view the large balloon were laughing at the professor saying that a balloon could not fly across the ocean. Tom, Jim, and Huck climbed aboard the boat-like

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    Timeline

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    whole story. Professor Johnston, the leader of the digging group, got curious as to how ITC knew more about the site than he did. Robert Doniger, the owner of ITC, decided that he would show the professor how they knew so much about the site. While the professor was back in time, he wandered out into the open field and got trapped inside the medieval world by the Dordogne River. Doniger then got the brilliant idea of sending back some of the other archaeologists to try and find Professor Johnston because

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