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    Trainspotting: A Novel By Irvine Welsh      Trainspotting is a captivating story of the random events that occur during a critical time in a group of Scottish junkies' lives. Irvine Welsh illustrates the confusion, anger and turmoil many heroin addicts are subjected to and what happens once they try to quit.      The story is centered around Mark Renton, an ordinary twenty-two year old who was raised by a loving mother and father. He has two brothers:

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    8th 1924 George Mallory and Andrew Irvine, two British mountaineers, left Camp VI on Mt. Everest with the intention of reaching the mountain’s peak; they never returned. Since Hillary’s success, Mallory and Irvine have been all but forgotten, until a successful search expedition in 1999 dedicated solely to solving this mystery rekindled an aspiration to find the answer. The evidence discovered during this expedition proves that George Mallory and Andrew Irvine died while descending Mt. Everest, after

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    Since my academic interests and strengths involve the mathematical and scientific topics, I had the voluntary impetus to pursue them at UC Irvine with all of my effort and determination. My favorite undergraduate courses were the Organic Chemistry 51A-C series, which taught me the skills of applying theoretical reactions into a lab setting as well as the significance of working through numerous application problems rather than simply memorizing content. The professor stressed that higher-performing

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    There are many different types of communication that I can talk about, but my favorite form is intercultural which I was lucky enough to learn from my teacher. There are so many things to a culture and so many things that you notice from different cultures that others don’t have or “follow”. Things like their language, what they wear, what they eat, how they live, and so on, too many things that can be addressed from looking or going into detail with a culture. It’s really important to know what

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    The New University Essay

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    The issue of the New University that I am analyzing was published on September 17, 2001. My argument is that UCI consists of a magnanimous community in times of peril, hardship, and persecution. The abounding professional aid available on campus provides a healthy recovery in times of difficulty. Whether students decide to find assistance from doctors, professors, counselors, friends and family, UCI has a mass variety of people to talk to in order for guidance. The tragedy of the twin tower bombings

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    Irvine CA Essay

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    Irvine, CA: Points of Interest to Explore and Experience Snuggled between the San Joaquin Hills and Loma Ridge, Irvine, CA is a master-planned urban community, consisting of 66 square miles. Irvine was affirmed fifth best city to live in the U.S. by Bloomberg Businessweek, in 2011. Plus, the city is classified “Safest Big City” by the FBI. Whether you are considering relocating or vacationing in Irvine, you may expect pleasant weather year ‘round and plentiful points of interest in a clean and beautiful

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    Irvine Campus Observation

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    Setting For my study, I will be waking around the University of California: Irvine campus observing the tour guides and the different interaction that happen on the tours. For my observations, a variety of observations will happen along various key parts of rings road and a few will happen in Aldrich Park as tours some times cut through the park. The tours will begin at the flagpole. The campus representatives (or tour guide) typical begin by taking a group of about ten people up the stair away

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    surrounding area. For example, the Irvine Spectrum is only five minutes away. Perhaps the greatest thing about living in Oak Creek is the number of wonderful vibrant “third places” you will find here. A “third place” is a public gathering space used for social and recreational activities. These spaces make the community unique and give residents a sense of place. Properties here include condos, townhomes, and detached single family homes. The schools, all part of the Irvine Unified School District, include

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    Irvine Welsh: Trainspotting In order to enrich my experience with this writer’s work I also decided to read Trainspotting, which is in fact Irvin Welsh’s best known book. It too is set in Scotland, circulating around a life of drugs and squalor (notably the famous toilet scene where Renton, the main character, sifts around a full toilet bowl in a revolting toilet cubicle to retrieve his opium suppositories). Unlike the total darkness and nastiness of Filth, whilst still raw and hard hitting, there

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    exploitative self interest that characterises the everyday life of heroin addiction." (Petrie 90) Its' realistic style, use of language and unflinching portrayal of drug use was what first attracted me to look at it a bit closer. Based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, it tells the story of a group of working class unemployed drug addicts, focusing on their problems with heroin abuse, inability to get a job and family problems. Set in

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