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  • The Environment and Margaret Wise Brown

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    The Environment and Margaret Wise Brown Margaret Wise Brown used the environment around her as an inspiration for her children’s books. As a child, Brown would often play outside, on the beaches and in the woods with her imaginary animal friends (Marcus, “Margaret Wise Brown” 45). The fictional animals in the stories that she made up as a child played a role in the characters that gave life to her books. When Brown decided to become a writer she bought a cottage off the coast of Maine that she

  • Animals and Nature in the Work of Margaret Wise Brown

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    Animals and Nature in the Work of Margaret Wise Brown Read almost any book by Margaret Wise Brown, and you will start to see some overlapping trends. Readers know when they are reading a work by this famous author without seeing the cover or title page because her works have so many similarities. The use of multiple animals and nature frequently appear in her books and serve as common ideas in literature by Margaret Wise Brown. Many of Margaret Wise Brown’s most famous books have animals as

  • Comparing Brown's Goodnight Moon and Krauss’s A Hole is to Dig

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    Comparing Margaret Wise Brown's Goodnight Moon and Ruth Krauss’s A Hole is to Dig Margaret Wise Brown is an exceptional author that has written many children’s picture books. She has created a style of writing that children can relate to on each of their own level. Each book has a simple and easy structure of writing accompanied with defining illustrations. Margaret Wise Brown is not the only author that has been able to adjust her writing style to better suite different age levels for children

  • Illustration and Color in Margaret Wise Brown’s Children's Books

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    in Margaret Wise Brown’s Children's Books Margaret Wise Brown’s The Runaway Bunny is probably one of the most popular children’s books of the last two generations. Readers love the gentle magic of the words, and loving pictures. The illustrations of Brown’s children’s books fulfill the concerns and emotions of the child reader. Clement Hurd was the illustrator of The Runaway Bunny, Goodnight Moon, and many of his own books. The Dream Book is another children’s book written by Brown and illustrated

  • Margaret Wise Brown's The Making of Goodnight Moon

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    Margaret Wise Brown's The Making of Goodnight Moon The numerous books that Margaret Wise Brown wrote during her short career hold a special place in the hearts of children and their parents. Many readers have no understanding of the scrutiny a book goes through before it reaches the printing press, a book's ultimate goal. Even though Brown would publish several books a year, none is more cherished than "the hypnotic, mystery-laden words and joyful pictures of Goodnight Moon" (Marcus, The Making

  • Reading to Your Children

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    Little did I know, as I read Goodnight Moon, a children’s book by Margaret Wise Brown, to my toddler for the fourth 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

  • Black Beauty

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    Black Beauty. He was a wise, brave, fine horse. He had a lot of hard experiences. He could understand men's words and feelings. He was sold several times, and had various kinds of masters. Some people treated him very well, others did cruelly. Although he had a hard time because of men' selfishness, he served them very well through his almost all life. A wonderful thing happened at the end of the story. Through the story, he was the narrator. A black horse was born of the wise, well-treated one. His

  • Justice in Plato's The Republic

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    explains how the four virtues, wisdom, courage, moderation/self-control, and justice play the same roles in a person as in a state. The rational part of the ruler is wise and therefore it should rule over the other parts of the mind.  Socrates questions, “…isn’t it appropriate for the rational part to rule, since it is really wise and exercises foresight on behalf of the whole soul…(Plato 98).”  In th... ... middle of paper ... ...l war between the three parts, a meddling and doing of another’s

  • Comparing the Wise Men of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and SHE

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    The Wise Men of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and SHE I have heard it said that a smart person learns from his own mistakes but a wise person learns from the mistakes of others. In the two books, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and SHE, we have two characters that emerge as wise men. In Jekyll, it is the character of Utterson, the stoic but curious lawyer, and in SHE it is the character of Holly, the stoic but curious academic. It is interesting to note that neither character chooses this

  • Yaroslav the Wise

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    Yaroslav the Wise Yaroslav, son of Vladimir, took over full control of Kyiv in the year 1036. This did not occur until after the deaths of his father and many brothers. Upon Vladimir’s death in 1015 his son Sviatopolk rushed in and took control over Kyiv, killing three of his own brothers in the process. Yaroslav could not let this stand. Joined by Mstislav, another brother, and hired Scandinavian mercenaries, they ousted Sviatopolk and split the empire between themselves. Mstislav controlled