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    Comparing the Narrative Skills in The Stolen Bacillus by H.G. Wells and Hop Frog by Edgar Allan Poe Works Cited Missing In the nineteenth century, short stories became more and more popular, especially to the working class people. As they had limited spare time, they were attracted to short stories rather then long novels. The technology of printing in the nineteenth century enabled large number of books , magazines and newspapers to be printed not only cheaply but quickly and of a good

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    The Stolen Bacillus by H.G. Wells This is a story set in the 19th century people had dress codes which reflected your status in society. The dress code was formal and quite severe it was almost as if the longer your top hat the higher up the rank you are in importance in society. In this story we meet a man who wants to help the society and quality of living whereas the other wants to destroy order as he is what’s known as an anarchist. This is someone who is feels that people should be

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    Tension and Suspense in The Adventure of the Speckled Band The Stolen Bacillus and Napoleon and the Spectre All the above mentioned narratives contain suspense and tension throughout and they all belong to the "short story" genre. This is significant as in short stories the form doesn't allow the opportunity to write long descriptions or to create a strong relationship between the reader and the characters, so instead he or she needs to pack the tale with almost immediate tension to grip

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    Stolen and Forged Artwork

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    Stolen and Forged Artwork Since the beginning of its existence, art collecting has been a rather dangerous endeavor. Artwork fakes and even stolen art have been documented since the days of ancient Rome. Even then, the Romans often sought classical Greek artwork and sculptures, and more often than not, works purchased were by Roman artists trying to imitate classic Greek works (Kaufman 36). Today, modern day forgers are still trying to fool art enthusiasts and are becoming increasingly sophisticated

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    Freer Trade Stolen disclaimer “It is not one single cause that makes nations either prosperous or miserable. No friend of free trade is such an idiot as to say that free trade is the only valuable thing in the world; that religion, government, police, education, the administration of justice, public expenditure, foreign relations, have nothing whatever to do with the well being of nations” Macaulay 1845. If we could call free trade the string that ties nations together. Then we could say that

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    father to his daughter such as in act 2, scene 3. This is where he tells her to lock the house up and to keep safe from the masque, but even part of this act to his daughter was to make sure no Christian men would come into his house or anything get stolen. Through the whole of the play the audience keeps changing their sympathy for Shylock, pitying him one moment and hating him the next. Some people would call the audience’s feelings to Shylock a kind of roller coaster of sympathy. Also in act 2,

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    The Stolen Golf Cart

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    everywhere, inside and out. A few of my friends and I were outside when, out of the dark, a golf cart came skidding down the new brick driveway. The guy throwing the party caught eye of the cart and began freaking out, not only because there was a stolen golf cart in his driveway, but there was also a thirty-foot skid mark. He demanded that the golf cart be returned to where it was found, but there was a slight problem. The spring on the back wheel driver’s side had broken which caused the tire to

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    greatest leaps. Movies, games, music, even books that that are simple and easy as it is have been impacted greatly by computers. But how far is too far? Music is now stolen, movies the same, games can be hacked and broken into with simple programs. As technology continues, more and more information will be taken, changed, stolen, and laws will then be made to try to stop all of this. But all they really need is a good middle ground to work towards or land on. With the coming of DVD’s computers

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    Stolen Lives by Malika Oufkir and Michele Fitoussi For my final paper, I read a book titled 'Stolen Lives' by Malika Oufkir and Michele Fitoussi. This is the true story of Malika's life. This book is divided into two parts; the first part is a description of Malika's fairy-tale life. She lived alongside a princess, in a palace, and was wanting for nothing. The second part of the book tells the story of Malika and her family's time spent in prison and the suffering they went through. Malika

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    Compare the threats to civilisation in the Lord of the Flies by William Golding and the Stolen Bacillus by H. G. Wells The threats to civilisation in the two books, Lord of the Flies and the Stolen Bacillus, are presented to they reader in many ways. There are many differences between the two but, there are also similarities. Both show threat to the society in which they live and, therefore, civilisation. In the Lord of the Flies the threat and cause of the eventual demise of society

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