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    The Inevitable Stage 4

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    I have no motivation to move. What's the point of going on if I am dead? Of course there is still a slim chance that- No. I am dead. It's pretty clear now. I'm done crying, but now I have a numb feeling in my chance. Tap. Tap. Tap. The tapping was really the only thing that I knew would always happen, since every now and then I would hear it. Tap. I try and put the pieces to this puzzling place I am at together, but I am missing something. Okay, I hear tapping when I enter something that moves

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    The Turn of the Screw

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    reader must create new laws of nature for the particular event to occur, whereas the uncanny is when reality remains intact and there is an explanation for the event. Todorov argues that the ambiguity persists even after the reader is finished with The Turn of the Screw which is interesting but there are stronger textual clues that support the governess was in a state of hysteria. According to a Freudian psychoanalysis of the governess, we understand that there is much more occurring than just a haunted

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    A Good Man is Hard to Find I firmly believe that people reap what they sew. In the story, “ A Good Man Is Hard to Find,” the grand mother is a prime example of this scenario. Her pathetic ploys and acts of deviance cause harm to the family throughout the story and it ends up coming back to her in the end. You can tell that harms is inevitable for the family by some of the clues that are found in the grandmother’s behavior. For example, in the opening paragraph of the story, she is complaining

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    Graduation Speech

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    It is probably a mistake that I am standing here giving a speech for graduation. In fact it is probably a mistake that I am even graduating from this school at all -- believe me, just as most people in this class I have tested the limits of attendance, of sleeplessness, and of procrastination. At the beginning of my high schooling, I was even testing dropping out ... and if that wasn't a mistake, I don't know what was. After four years of Starr altering our minds, it seemed most fitting for me to

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    The Restaurant Romance

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    but, it didn’t matter because in the end she was mine and that’s all that mattered. However, one thought still crossed my mind; if she never would have had that fight with her boyfriend I probably never would have been in her life. My life didn’t turn out exactly the way I expected it would. I thought I was going to stay single and would never leave my parents house. I also learned an important lesson; keep a positive outlook in life and good things will happen. I considered myself to be the luckiest

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    Attitudes can determine on how someone’s day turns out, like if you have a positive attitude it can turn out to be a good day but with a negative attitude can turn out to be a bad day. In basketball Coach Mandy would always say, “A positive attitude will lead to positive outcomes.” Coach Mandy was completely right, she made practices fun and productive

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    The Darkest Day

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    she asks trying to catch her breath. “Well nothing besides the fact that you and I are immune to the Zombie Rain.” “So what we are calling this crystal that brings storms is Zombie Rain. Clever title.” She says, of course being sarcastic. “Well it turns people into Zombies!” I say as I throw my hands in the air. Paulina laughs, “Calm down girl! I’m totally agreeing with you. This whole thing is messed up. How do we know that this “Zombie Rain” will actually come? How do we know if this is true?”

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    Personal Narrative- Victim of Robbery My story started about a week ago. I was heading to bed early, because I was tired from a long day with plans to wake up a few hours before class to review for a test. As I closed my books for the evening and headed to bed around midnight, little did I know something was going on outside. A little later that night someone entered my garage, which was so conveniently unlocked. They first rummaged through my dad’s van outside and I think they stole his coat

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    My Hot Family Vacation

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    airport, I looked at the screen in front of me and it showed ‘33°C’. It had been a year since I last experienced that kind of heat and I couldn’t bear it last time, so I wondered how I would cope with the heat this time. As the plane began to slow and turn into terminal, I could hear people around me start to get there belongings together so that they could get off the plane first. People returned the magazines to the rack on the back of the chair in front of them and I turned off my iPod and put it

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    Reading to Your Children

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    time that evening that I was affecting her future academic and professional success. Reading to young children not only enhances the parent-child bond, sharing some relaxed quality time together, but serves as a huge educational benefit, which in turns leads to professional success. Just a few minutes of nightly reading to your baby, and they’re reap a lifetime of rewards. Reading to children should begin as early after birth as possible. At first glance it may seem that an infant could not possibly

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