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  • Themes Of Love And Hate

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    Love and hate are both an occurring theme in both Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare and Frankenstein by Mary Shelly. In this essay I will be comparing the similarities and differences of the way that the two texts portray the feeling of love and hate. The essay will be divided into different topics that I will be comparing, these following topics will be: death, passion, betrayal and one more. Romeo and Juliet was a play that was written by the famous English poet, playwright William Shakespeare whose

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    “Watch it Tyrek!”I cry.Tyrek just smiles and runs off.I rub my shin,moaning.Tyrek sprinted back with two popsicles,one cherry which I take,and the other lime,which he keeps. “What?Is little miss June mad?”Tyrek crooned.”Oh shut up will you?” I say,licking my already-melting popsicle. We live right next to each other,so we visit each other by opening the loose wooden panel in the gate and letting ourselves in or out.Right now we're sitting on Tyrek’s porch my pet dog, or our dog, Sprinkles in between

  • Personal Narrative : The Great Gatsby

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    Have you ever lit your pants on fire!?! Thankfully, neither have I, but I did make 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 became 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 an instructor’s exact directions no matter the circumstance. During the month of May, 2017

  • Descriptive Essay About Middle School

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    Have you ever wanted to be popular so bad that you can do anything for it? Well of course you have! Ever since the beginning, people have wanted to survive. So, when they reach middle school why should it be any different? All my life I have always wanted to fit in and be “popular”. But on that terrible day, I realized that it’s not worth it. The day had started out as any would usually go. It was so cold outside I couldn’t feel my fingers or toes. My ears were full of the complaining wind wishing

  • Different Forms Of Non Verbal And Verbal Communication

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    communication it is a way to share and exchange information between people or one-to-one discussion. For example sharing ideas, feelings, addressing problems, sending and receiving messages, interacting, expressing problems with different needs. Identify different forms of non-verbal and verbal communication. Professionals in health and social care need to understand how communication and interpersonal interaction occur in many different contexts. Could be formal, informal - one-to-one, group of

  • The Dramatic Effectiveness of Act 1 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

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    The Dramatic Effectiveness of Act 1 Scene 5 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet In this essay, I am going to analyse the dramatic effectiveness of Act one Scene five of ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ This is one of the most important scenes of the play as Shakespeare has instantly created an atmosphere of romance and danger, through Lord Capulets

  • A Story Of A Short-A Short Story

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    I woke up the next day to the sound of walkers banging on the door. I was still kinda sleepy but immediately jumped to my feet and grabbed a knife. I grabbed my bag with a little food and water and barged through the door. Walkers snarled and snapped at me but i was too quick for them. I ran through the woods and only stopped when I was on a road. Far in the distance I saw a town that filled me with hope, and I started walking to it. I started clearing houses,but as I did I grew more and more tired

  • Descriptive Essay

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    The day had started out as any would usually go. It was so cold outside that I couldn’t feel my fingers or toes. My ears were full of the complaining wind that wished I wasn’t there. I walked up to the school doors feeling drowsy from last night’s sleep. “GOOOOOOD MORNING!” I heard someone call as I walked in. I cringed at how loud it seemed at the time. But, as I walked away and the morning greetings faded, I felt empty and tired. “Ava!” My friend came yelling at me. Her short curly hair bounced

  • Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' Animal Farm '

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    Camelot Appling English Honors II Ms.Litos Indirect and Direct Characterization There are lots of difference between indirect and direct characterization. Truthfully, what does indirect and direct characterization really mean? Indirect Characterization: is the process in which the personality of a fictional character is revealed by the characters speech, actions, appearance and so much more. Direct characterization: is when the process in which the

  • The Death Of A Soft Sigh

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    With a soft sigh, the teenaged rebel rests his back against the rough tree and twirls the green piece of hay between his lips. An elderly woman and a child around seven pass under the branch, completely unaware that they are being watched. A smirk crosses the brunette youth 's face as the small child runs off the path and into the woods. "Maniko! Boy, get back here!" The woman scolds her giggling grandson. The grumbling duo eventually continue their way down the road towards Ba Sing Se. After