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    the bell. The tone of the short story was sarcastic, humorous, and witty tone because the Sedaris is well known for it and he incorporates it in Jesus Shaves. The main character explains why the rabbit is the symbol of Easter and not the bell in a humor way. The main character said “a rabbit has eyes, rabbits move from place to place, while most bells can only go back and forth” (473

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    Watership Down Analysis

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    Richard Adams' classic novel Watership Down isn't simply a book about rabbits. Adams tackles profound concepts, such as the importance of storytelling in societies, the essentiality of community, and the values of a brave heart in a dangerous world with his timeless epic, which has been compared even to Virgil's Aeneid and Homer's Odyssey. Adams places great emphasis on story. Legends permeate Watership Down, with stories in many chapters. When continuing on seems aimless, and the migrants need

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    want to read a story about a liver, especially maybe about a dying rabbit’s liver! But then, I’m the type of person who likes to read those weird/unusual stories anyway, so I clicked on the link. To my relief, there were no bloody livers or dead rabbits and it was simply just a normal folktale with a lesson involved. This folktale, “The Rabbit’s Liver” first was boring, considering that I thought it would be much more gross, but later on, when I read it again and again, I realized, wow, it’s not

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    threat to native species. The most effective control measures adopted were biological agents, namely the Myxoma virus and the RCD (Rabbit Calicivirus Disease), which ultimately proved to be effective in different environments. This, coupled with other more ‘physical’ means of control such as ripping, and fencing prove to be the most effective way to deal with the rabbit infestation.

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    A Rabbit Who Never Stood a Chance

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    In Lab Rabbit Strongly Recommends Cover Girl Waterproof Mascara For Sensitive Eyes published in The Onion, the author who remained unknown, does a splendid job in mocking the Cover Girl magazine in respect to the way they cruelly treat animals to test their products, not caring what the after effects are. The author writes the article in the rabbits point of view, as if it were the rabbit telling the story, this gives the article a more personal feel as it is read. The author’s purpose for this piece

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    den because one of the rabbits felt that something was going to go wrong, and talked to people. So they all left their den and set off to make one of their own. The rabbits had several things that helped them survive, one of them being a human. Without the help of these things, they wouldn’t have made it their own. The main hero of the whole story is Hazel-rah. Most rabbits just call him Hazel. He lead his pack of rabbits away from their den, and farther than any rabbit ever had. From the beginning

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    Watership Down Summary

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    Summary In the Sandleford warren, a young runt rabbit called Fiver, who is a seer, receives a very disturbing vision of his warren's imminent destruction. He and his brother Fiver are unable to convince their chief rabbit of the urgent need to evacuate, so they decide to set out on their own with a small band of rabbits to seek out a new home, only just managing to elude the Owsla, the warren's military presence, as they do so. The travelling rabbits find themselves following the strong leadership

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    Shelters take in more bunnies than any other wildlife animal. If I had been able to save a bunny that was struggling to survive I would have been able to add to that statistic. I tried my best to keep the bunny with its family and safe, but I couldn't. Instead of letting it die and leaving it there, this day I tried my hardest to save an innocent animal, this was the day I was at my best. This was about three months ago, and it seemed like a normal saturday morning. I was sitting with my mom in

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    Fictional Lies to Children: Good or Bad?

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    I believe that lying to a child about fictional characters, such as: Santa, Easter Bunny, tooth fairy, etc., makes the child enjoy the holiday/event more than if there wasn’t something to believe in. The lies produced by the parents of these children can be confusing and hurtful to the children, but it may also bring out the magic in the holidays. So, how do we know what can happen when we tell these “Little White Lies” to the children we raise? Knowing the “Santa” story can maintain a child’s innocence

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    Jackie, a six-year-old, and Freddy, a four-year-old, lived with their parents in the woods of South Dakota. They had recently moved there. One day, Freddy and Jackie decided to build a snowmen before winter was over. They have never made a snowman before so they were quite excited. Freddy and Jackie’s mother had told them that if they build a snowman, the Easter Bunny eats the carrot noses when the snowmen melts and gives more eggs to find and extra candy to eat! Now they were both really excited

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