I found this piece very interesting; it tells a clear story, and has a dissonant accompanist which makes it sound stylistically similar to the music of musical theatre.
Unlikely Warrior was unlike any other book I have read. I’m not really into historical books, so reading this kind of book was kind of a new experience to me. I really enjoyed it, because even though the author had experienced something terrible, he was still able to tell his story and write it down. I might actually want to read more historical books in the future. The biggest thing about this book was the reality of dying.
it retells the story too much and needs fixing but i think that i have almost done this with my final copy, please e-mail me on email@example.com if you can think of a better way of putting it.also, make sure that
I do agree with the author’s analysis on the aspects of the film and the symbols presented to the audience. In particular, I whole-heartedly agree with what she states about one of the adolescent characters:
It was well written in predominantly complete sentences with correct grammar. A few sentences could have been split up or benefited from a semicolon, but this was negligible. It was a great piece.
The way it targets towards a more knowledgeable audience in the horror genre with the pinpoint examples allows the text to not drag on. Then the work leaves the reader thinking that with the fear of the dead coming back to life, the fear of a viral virus gone wrong, or even the fear of what we ourselves can do when chaos ensues with the underlining message and brings a sense of wonder and thrill, making this piece a must read for any zombie horror
Overall I actually enjoyed the piece more than I thought I would. It had a nice tempo that allowed listeners to be engaged and even when the volume dropped the violins played a softer texture as if they were inviting you to listen closer and pay more attention. Generally, the theme was also joyful which I took notice of and enjoyed. Lastly, I didn’t notice any musical mistakes, and thought the piece was well played.
I found this piece to be extremely interesting and written in a style more suited for modern
The author achieves her goal. For me the book is written very clearly because of its simple yet descriptive vocabulary. For me this book is the most interesting and entertaining book I have ever read on this topic. If I could change one thing in the book it would probably be to add some visual aid, although the book is still amazing without pictures. This book for me is an 8/10. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a suspenseful and entertaining read. The book is intended for anyone who is mature and likes fiction
In conclusion, I think is very effective because it grabbed my attention because of the tension and hysteria used as it made me eager to know what was happening. Miller uses language and setting effectively convey the tension
Having the ability to foresee the future is having a visionary outlook. In the book “Medal of Honor, A Vietnam Warriors Story” by MSgt Roy Benavidez and John R. Craig. Master Sergeant Benavidez was a visionary leader in his career as an Army airborne ranger because he embodied idealized influence and to emergent leadership further his military career.
Nurses are the first to assess patients that are seeking health care services. Nurses are the Frontline Warriors who risk their own lives to provide care for others (Ungar, 2014). They are the Frontline Warriors who diagnose the care of patients to ensure doctor orders are accurate before care is practiced. A recent study estimates 12 million Americans are misdiagnose every year and 6 million results in serious outcome (Singh, Meyer & Thomas, 2013). Without effective communication and quality management protocols, misdiagnoses may cause possible harm to patients, healthcare workers, and the population. For instance, on September 24, 2014, Thomas Duncan, a man from Liberia in his early 40’s went to Texas Health
Emory’s Veterans Program (EHVP) provides reimbursement for any valid and necessary expenses incurred by the veteran for seeking treatment in our program. Payment is made to the warrior via gift card. Warrior and/or family members who are found abusing the reimbursement policy will not be permitted to continue to receive financial assistance in accordance with this policy from EHVP.
Another observations about the form of the text is that the author uses very long sentences. There is no period at the end of ideas and that can show a very alert rhythm, like the narrator has to many to say that we won’t stop writing ideas all over again and he won’t let you get a word in. There are ideas interconnected with
Example of a well structured essay. The content isn’t that exiting and the conclusion is quite weak, but there are many good points to make on the way the essay is structured and the way the information is put across. All my comments are highlighted thus.