Debra Hill

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  • Long Day's Journey Into Night Essay

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    Long Day’s Journey into Night Long Day’s Journey into Night, written by Eugene O’neill, is a play about a tragic, gloomy day in the lives of the Tyrones’. With O’neill’s use of elements such as diction, syntax, selection of details and method of organization, he is able to create such an accurate play, depicting a situation similar to his own, filled with gloominess and alcohol. As for the narrator of the play, there really isn’t one, but it is shown that Edmund Tyrone in the play reflects O’neill

  • The On 11-13-2016 At Approximately

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    On 11-13-2016 at approximately 02:40 hours I was traveling south bound in the 1200 block of North US 81 Highway Sumner County, Kansas when Observed a blue Chevy truck with Kansas Tag 211EYY failing to maintain a single lane of travel. I continued to follow the vehicle and observed it cross over the fog line several times. As I was behind the vehicle I saw no obstructions in the roadway and the wind was calm. We continued South bound and followed the curve back west bound when again the vehicle crossed

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    Snaking its way through the dense underbrush, the long procession of horsemen ducked and weaved through drooping limbs and protruding branches. Dathon grew increasingly frustrated as the infernal woods went on and on, stretching east for miles in clumps so dense he lost sight of almost everyone around him. But much to his amazement and relief the woods now thinned out, replaced by dry brush covered hillocks that heralded the beginning the Jagged Lands, a series of knife-like limestone ridges that

  • Time, Memory, And Transformation Throughout The Novel ' Jane Studdock '

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    Jane Studdock has presented the overall theme of time, memory, and transformation throughout the novel. The timing of her dreams and visions constantly showcase events that seem to always take place in the past or near future. It presents to us that the past, and even future, is always out of reach and how “...time is more important than we thought.” (279). Timing can prevent and or shape different outcomes if computed just right. Yet, Jane displays an absence of the regulation of time for she cannot

  • Narrative Essay - The Fog Hangs Low

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    The fog hangs low. It’s 7:00A.M., time for work. Exhausted, I climb into my car, careful not to venture into the thick, white, fog, as it is still clinging to the ground. I turn on my headlights, and slowly, make my way to Mcleston Elementary. I reach my school and enter it brace myself for a long day at work. As I prepare myself for the lesson I notice a yellowed, aged, slip of yellow, frayed, paper wedged in between the thick, history textbooks. I pick it up to read it. Suddenly, a hot burst of

  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Literary Analysis

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    Knowledge exists in various forms. A person can gain knowledge simply by watching someone’s actions. For example, witnessing a powerless person getting help, the witness learns the importance of aiding people, which is one's ability to think for oneself and others; thus, it is true power. In fact, in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey, the use of hands shows one’s ability to think and act for oneself and others as Chief Bromden can put his thoughts, and thus his resistance, into action

  • How To Describe A Day On A Rainy Day Essay

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    One cold wet afternoon in early November, the fog was so thick I felt a though I could reach out and grab it. It had been bright sunshine when we walked into that forest. Or should I say when we were chased into it. Earlier that morning it felt as though it would be just another ordinary Saturday. The birds were singing, the tractors were ploughing, but little did I know that at that point, this was no regular day for what was to come on the sunny day was very irregular indeed. Later on I decided

  • The Symbolism in “The Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway

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    “The Hills Like White Elephants” is a short story that is about an American man and a girl called Jig. They are sitting at a table outside a train station, waiting for a train to Madrid. While they wait they order drinks and have a heated ongoing conversation over whether or not Jig will have an operation that would be of great significance to their relationship. “The Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway has two important symbols in the story, the hills and the drinks both of which

  • Nature And Mother Nature : Reconnecting With Mother Earth

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    The glacial erratics represent the beginning of human population of the America’s and the beginning of traditional culture, and the rocks carry with them the essence of the spirit of all those years. In honour of the truth and reconciliation act, this essay has an ode to healing by walking the land and, more specifically, reconnecting with Mother earth. I am not a religious person. I am not a spiritual person even in my own mind. And I do not even know if I believe if there is or is not a god. But

  • Great Bear Descriptive Writing

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    cold December day in 2014, I found myself snowboarding down the small and very icy hill of Great Bear. On this chilly day there were very few people riding up the very bright red chair lift. As the very few that were there went down the hill you could hear as skis or snowboards slice through the thin layer of ice. From the Chair lift I can see everything on the hill and around the are.I was carefully examining the hill and the area they call the “ Terrain Park”. Little did I know this day would make