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    The Importance of Respect in John Steinbeck's Cannery Row Cannery Row is a novel John Steinbeck wrote after World War I. At first, the novel almost seems like a humorous book, written in a style commonly used by Steinbeck. The book has its main plot, but also has side chapters that periodically interrupt the main idea, which adds to the story. One would think that these side chapters are there to universalize the book, but in fact that is not true. The side chapters tell their own story, and

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    Terry Malloy as a “Hero???” When Terry Malloy was first introduced, he did not make any indications that he would strive for the respect that he gained throughout the story. His tough-guy behavior and compassionate attitude has made him what he is: a hero. He never revealed what he was truly made of or what he was capable of. He always had low self-esteem about himself—repeatedly calling himself a “bum.” Despite his stubbornness to change and his ignorance to others, Malloy proves himself by doing

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    Letter To Philip Malloy

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    Dear Phillip Malloy, I’m sorry that you see me as out to get you since the first week of school. I’m am also sorry if you can no longer do track because of your grades, but if you would have asked for extra work or help I could have given you more help or more time to complete assignments.. I felt as though I was doing a good job and giving you fair grades for your work. Lets forget about that and talk about recent happenings. I don’t think that you singing the “ Star Spangled Banner” is appropriate

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    The main character, Philip Malloy, the fourteen-year-old protagonist is a talented runner and an average student who tends to says things that are irrelevant (especially when he’s in school). He releases his frustrations in homeroom and English class through small acts against his teacher, Mrs. Narwin. My opinion of Phillip Malloy is that he is a lazy jerk who, throughout the story, lies and lies, developing into a liar—but the lies eventually comes back to bite him. The reason I call him a jerk

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    Hook: I am not apologizing for my mistake when I never had one. “Philip this is your chance to apologize” said the vice principal. No!! I won’t. Okay then I don’t have any choice I have to give you a suspension, do you think Philip I should call your mom or your dad??Said the vice principal again. Gist: This story “Nothing But The Truth” by AVI is based on a student from the ninth grade and his English teacher of his high school having a conflict in between. This problem arises due the misunderstanding

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    The Power of Myth

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    are going to have myths and stories to explain who we are, we can not fully understand who we are. Traditionally, myths have been our stories about "gods." Gods have been, throughout our history, the "personifications of the transformative power" (Malloy 1998, Lecture Notes). Our archetypes are part of our myths and stories--they tell us who we are and give us meaning. Myths can be thought of as messages in symbols (archetypes), they give meaning, explain "why?" and allow us to change and to understand

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    American adolescents today is the peanut allergy. A peanut allergy is when the body has an adverse reaction to the proteins in a peanut. The part of the body designed to battle infections, the immune system, is the cause of the problem (Sicherer and Malloy 3). There is not a known amount of adolescents that are currently affected with peanut allergies, but there was a statistic recently published in an article by the Chicago Tribune stating that as many as one in every 13 children are affected by food

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    The Mrs. Jonesky Case

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    in the preoperative preparation of the patient” should be completed (Malloy). At this time, all relevant documents are available, reviewed, and consistent with each other and with the patient’s expectations of the procedure, including but not limited to the intended patient, procedure, and site. Following, “the intended site must be marked such that the mark will be visible after the patient has been prepped and draped” (Malloy). This mark will allow any and all health care providers to unambiguously

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    On the Waterfront

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    Interpersonal relationships are a potent entity that wildly flutter, like a liberated pigeon, through the miserable docks of Elia Kazan’s 1954 film ‘On the Waterfront,’ shaping the moral metamorphosis of protagonist Terry Malloy – from an analysts perspective, the ‘power’ source of the film. Terry’s voyage from an inarticulate and diminished “bum” to a gallant “contender,” is the pedestal that the film gyrates around, however, it is palpable that Terry – a man branded with his primitive mores - is

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    Nothing But the Truth

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    Nothing but the Truth Philip Malloy is a high school student. He is in the ninth grade at Harrison High School in New Hampshire. The story begins when Philip keeps humming the Star-Spangled Banner everyday in his homeroom class during the morning news and announcements. Philip is in Mr. Lunser’s homeroom class. The faculty rule is that everyone is to be silent and stand up respectfully during the playing of the national anthem. Teachers and other students thought it was annoying and started

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