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  • Short Story

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    " What do you think you are doing Nick?" " Nothing that interests you." Nick says stuttering deathly terrified of Jason. " Do you want me to go over there and get it or are you going to bring it here?" Jason says starting to walk over and grab the journal right out of Nick's hands. "Give that back Jason!" He says yelling at Jason starting to stand up trying to stand up to him. " What do you think you are doing?" He asks standing up even taller in the room scaring him. Nick sinks back down into his

  • The Flies - Original Writing

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    beautiful elegant white silk gown, the other, a dashing, and well-fitted black wool suit. To the right of the groom was the best man, blushing, for the woman standing next to the bride captivated him. He couldn’t keep his eyes off her for her beauty was mesmerizing. At the same time the woman couldn’t stop glancing back at him. She looked down at the bouquet blushing for she has never seen such an elegant man star at her before. It was as if the ocean where meeting the shore for the first time. They

  • Shyness is a sentiment to feel awkward and tensed during social encounter especially in meeting

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    unfamiliar person. A feeling of apprehension and nervousness causes a person to confront face scanning and so he shy to make eye contact with others. It is a type of social phobia and is referred as social anxiety. Shy people have special symptoms of blushing, sweating and they have pessimistic feelings about themselves like worrying about how others ponder them. They become vigilant about their attitude and behavior while facing others because they dread negative evaluation and criticism on their personality

  • A Short Story : I Like It Out?

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    I like it here. Can I stay? Clemmie did not intend to blurt that out, although she meant every word. Out of nowhere, comforting arms held her close in an embrace, yet, she didn’t need to raise her head to guess who it was, since the faint whiff of rose scent gave her away. The smell she most associated with Harmonie. Doctor Pax said, ‘You can stay forever, besides, this is your home now.’ ‘Can I join in?' asked Mosaic. After he squeezed past Doctor Pax, he pulled both girls into his arms and tickled

  • Compare And Contrast My Last Duchess And Porphyria's Lover

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    Robert Browning (7 May 1812 – 12 December 1889) was an English poet and scriptwriter whose mastery of the dramatic monologue made him one of the most prominent Victorian poets. Within his collection were two of his most renowned works, “My Last Duchess” and “Porphyria’s Lover”. In “My Last Duchess” the speaker is an Italian Duke who is speaking to the ambassador about his daughter, who he intends to marry. The Duke then begins to flaunt his gallery of art with the intent to impress. He then comes

  • Nonverbal Communication Is A Key Element

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    it is only half of the meaning. There are many forms of unintentional nonverbal communication. Some examples of these unintentional behaviors includes, stammering, sweating, blushing, and even frowning. Though frowning seems like something that would be done only intentionally, it is frequently a natural reaction. Blushing however, is a behavior that can’t be done on purpose. It is a reaction to embarrassment, anger, romantic stimulation, or anxiety and will communicate the emotion associated with

  • Reflective Essay On Reading

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    Have you ever lit your pants on fire!?! Well I have not either, but I have made a fool of myself in front of my entire class. All of my teachers and classmates know that I am a slow reader, but I usually never do anything wrong. That is why it was such a shocking and hilarious experience when I finally did something wrong. I learned the hard way, through slight humiliation, that you should always follow the teacher’s exact directions no matter what. During the month of May, 2017, my Language Arts

  • Analysis Of ' All Summer And A Day ' By Ray Bradbury

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    He writes, “Sometimes, at night, she heard them stir, in remembrance, and she knew they were dreaming and remembering gold or a yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with. She knew they thought they remembered a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs and trembling hands” (Bradbury 1). As stated previously, the sun is connected to positive imagery through analogy and simile. The use of analogy and simile in the description of the children’s dreaming

  • Food And Westernization In The Elephant Vanishes By Haruki Murakami

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    Haruki Murakami’s The Elephant Vanishes is a collection of short stories, published in 1993. Murakami is a Japanese author who has spent most of his life in the West. His writing style is heavily influenced by his lifestyle and therefore he is not considered to be a traditional Japanese author (Poole). The affects of westernization on the characters can be evaluated from their conversations and relationships. There is at least one Western component in each short story and it always has a relation

  • Creative Writing : Chapter On Laundry

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    A lot texting throughout this chapter Hamilton POV We all woke and enjoyed a classic Sunday. Living with Lafayette, Hercules, and my dearest Laurens is a mess. Sunday usually meant, arguing out who cleans the dorm. No one wanted to clean the dorm, so we settled down with a chance circle. Everyone spun the circle and I landed on Laundry. Laurens end up cleaning the bathroom. Lafayette end up with dishes, and Hercules ended up organizing. "Ughhh...Dishes. We haven't done the dishes since last