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    Technology is an essential part of the American life and it's constantly changing with the newer generations. A few people view technology as a positive addition to life while others believe it is a negative thing and will take over their lives. Nicholas G. Carr a well known American, the author of The Shallows a novel about the various distractions that come with internet and how people are losing key skills. In the start of the book the negative effects of modern technology on the masses. Carr’s

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    Allys POV ------------- Hi, my names Ally Kerts. I’m currently 12 years old and living in a small 3 bedroom apartment with my mom,dad and big brother Michael. We live in Manchester,England. I had a big sister, her name was Izzy (or Isabella). She died in 9/11 when her school went on a field trip in her 12th year of school. This field trip was for only 5 students in the school for being an outstanding student, well she was one of them. Izzie was a nice, friendly sister. She was an a+ student

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    Morality in Shades Colour is in the art and the art is literature. Often, one depicts morality the concept of shades: a color scheme that involves the gradation from lightest to darkest, which in most case, is white to black. In such scale, the shades white and black represent two contrasting extremes as they parallel the idea of morality, where white is right and black is wrong. However, the complication arises at the area between the white and black: the grey. The grey area possesses no absolute

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    and the art is literature. Often, one depicts morality the concept of shades: a color scheme that involves the gradation from lightest to darkest, which in most case, is white to black. In such scale, the shades white and black represent two contrasting extremes as they parallel the idea of morality, where white is right and black is wrong. However, the complication arises at the area between the white and black: the grey. The grey area possesses no absolute verdict, for one can be both morally right

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    book that creates fantasies and false hope? If you have, can you remember the name of the book? Well, this essay is going to discuss how Fantasy Theme works by analyzing and examining a book. The book that is going to be examined is called Fifty Shades of Grey written by EL James. This book goes well with fantasy theme because two different people who live completing different cross paths and they have to create a new living style together to meet each other’s needs. Which leads, to many controversy

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    The Female Nude in Fifty Shades of Grey This essay will be an analysis of the Female Nude in the film Fifty Shades of Grey. The female nude is one of the topics that has been covered and this essay will be a discussion of the female character Anastasia and how her representation has been portrayed in the film. There are a number of nudity scenes in Fifty Shades of Grey and this involves anyone that is naked or typically wearing less clothes. There will also be references to the female body in the

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    Title: Subtitle In 2011, author E.L. James’ novel Fifty Shades of Grey was published by Vintage Books, all while Hollywood was in the making of its motion picture set to be debuted on February 14, 2015. There has been no more enthusiastically expected sexual film up until this point. The sex in "Fifty Shades of Grey" involves a Bondage-Domination-Sadism-Masochism relationship about 28-year-old entrepreneur Christian Grey and 22-year-old college alumni Anastasia Steele. This fictional relationship

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    Stephen King Influence

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    [Your Name] [Your Instructor’s Name] [Name of Course] [Date] Stephen King: The King of Horror [or whatever title you want] Stephen King is a Portland, Maine, author who specializes in contemporary horror, suspense, and fantasy novels and short stories. Many of his writings have been adapted into films and television programs viewed by millions. Some of the most notable film adaptations include Carrie (1976), The Shining (1980) and It (1990). King has been acknowledged as the most influential writer

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    Meghan Kearney Gender and Sexuality Long Essay 4/14/15 The “50 Shades of Grey” franchise has blurred, or “grayed” the lines between what is considered acceptable and what is considered sexual abuse. This franchise demonstrated how the social construction of gender roles has played a powerful role in the prominence and reporting of rape, and how the media has come to influence sexual assault cases, it’s victims, and the perpetrators. The media has an interesting portrayal of male and females roles

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    Cynthia Chockalingam Mrs. Kalwasinski Language Arts 5 January 16 The Existence of Censorship in School Libraries Whether books should be censored in school libraries is a serious, current problem. Many individuals believe that censorship should be enforced in all school libraries. School books should be age appropriate, follow the curriculum, and it should include a balance of all viewpoints. At times, books can be atomic bombs, taking away from the community, leaving families broken. As Mae West

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