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    said Sophie and Abby while laughing together. The teacher told them their sleeping arrangements and then told them to unpack and get ready for their group activities. Once they all went to their rooms to unpack their bags they heard a bloodcurdling scream and ran outside of their rooms to see what had happened. They all cleared the hallways as the teachers were running to see what all the commotion was. Everyone could tell there was something wrong when they saw their teacher’s faces while running

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    LuHan, holding a box of chocolates, anxiously, with trembling hands, knocked the door of apartment number 12. “Baozi, it's LuHan.” He waited, as the door flung open and a petite man came out, with an amiable smile. “Hello, did you came to see MinSeok?” LuHan's chest crushed a little at the image of a man,ordinarily coming out of his apartment with a bowl of ramen in his hand. Looks like he knows this place, like he stayed the night. “Oh, no, it's nothing, sorry, wrong room I guess.” He bowed and

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    Screams

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    In my mind, it never ends. I can hear myself screaming and begging him to stop. My two year old son is hiding under his bed and shaking because he knows that Daddy is hurting Mommy again. My daughter is crying helplessly in her crib. At six months of age, even she knows that something is wrong. As I stare at the gun through my swollen eyes, I realize that if I make it through the night, I have to get us out of this house. I have to find a safe place for us to hide. I know the police will not help

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    JongIn was stuck, pondering about resuming dancing, when all of the sudden he woke up ten minutes ago. Did he really want it? Yes, he did and he pleaded it for a whole year. Though he never defined the reason for stopping, deep inside he needed to punish himself just a bit more, for the calamity. Once again, as if his voice, piano, life, wasn't enough. He wondered, at five in the morning as to why he ever decided on this? It wouldn't make SeHun materialize before him, if he penalized himself just

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    Gender Depiction in Horror Films

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    Gender Depiction in Horror Films There has been a large variety of horror films produced throughout the last fifty years. People are always going to be frightened and scared by different types of horror films. But, what type of horror film scares more people, and were men or women more frightened by these horror films? Each one of the horror films had its own agenda to frighten its audience using several different methods of horror. Some of these methods were more so directed at the female

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    He Hit Me: A Short Story

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    “He hit me again, again, again and again,” I whispered across the room to my brother Sam. His light hair was wet and his blue eyes where dull. We were both 15 years old. We were twins and we had to share a room. We had beds across from each other, and I we quietly conversed every night. “He burned the back of my neck with mom’s curling iron, 3 days ago, and it still feels like the sun is sitting there.” “We have to do something, tell someone.” “Olivia we can’t,” “If you tell anyone you will regret

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    Elements Of Alienation

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    modern period. Two pieces that were fascinating to me, because of the way they utilized alienation as a part of their visual and literary arts, were “The Scream,” by Edvard Munch and “The Metamorphosis,” by Franz Kafka. Munch and Kafka both used forms of formal elements to get the emotional crisis they felt through to the viewer. In the piece “The Scream,” by Edvard Munch, he painted a piece that evoked emotions from the viewers. He created a mysterious individual who appeared to be overwhelmed with unknown

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    to the McKelva's and a long time friend of the family. 3.1 Two main characters in The Optimist's Daughter are Wanda Fay and Laurel McKelva. Wanda Fay is a woman in her 40's and has the maturity of a child. Whenever she becomes mad, Fay starts to scream, point fingers, and search out people who will help her. She can not stand up and fight for herself, instead Fay uses tactics to make her opponent feel sorry or inferior. This makes her extremely hard to get along with since she is always demanding

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    Slasher Movies: Female Victims or Survivors?

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    “[Scary movies are] all the same. Some stupid killer stalking some big-breasted girl who can’t act who’s always running up the stairs when she should be running out the front door. It’s insulting,” claims the character Sidney, in the movie Scream (1996). This stereotype is what many movie fans and critics believe when the topic of slasher films arise. Slasher films normally include a psychotic killer (either real or supernatural), a number of victims (often female), and usually the only

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    The Dragon

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    Will. Will was ready for this attack this time and he raised his sword. The dragon came down with his teeth separated. The dragon stopped when he reached Will. Dragon move his head and screamed a horrifying scream. The scream sounded like a bat being eaten by a banshee that had let out it’s scream. The dragons limp body came down and shook the earth with amazing force. Will was frozen, not with fear but disbelief. The dragons colossal jaws were inches away from tearing him and his horse to bits. He

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