John Michael Hayes

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  • Essay on Alfred Hitchcock's Control Of What We See in Rear Window

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    Alfred Hitchcock's Control Of What We See in Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock controls what we see in the film by firstly controlling what the camera shows, he adds small details to the film to provide reasons for various events happening, he also uses each of the characters to convey a message to the public, includes some short but effective shots of some of the characters to stir certain feelings within the audience, uses light humour and sometimes uses only visual aids

  • Farewell, My Darling Lua

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    -Lua-  Prologue --- Lua, my dear Lua. I wish I could be here with you now, but you will never see me again. Do you remember the bad-men I told you about? Once you have read this letter, they will have killed me. Please cherish this letter but, sadly, you will not remember me. Take this tablet, and keep it safe. Make sure no one ever finds it. I love you, my darling son. Farewell. I will be watching over you, always. - Mother   LUA Chapter One LUA. MOTHER HAD given that name to him. When all others

  • My Best Friend

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    I knew something was wrong the summer my best friend walked through me. Katie was like any other normal eight year old. She loved princesses, castles, and had an imagination like I had never experienced. Katie and I had been friends since she was two years old and had always been inseparable. Everywhere Katie went, I went. Our friendship was one of perfection, filled with elegant tea parties, heroic missions, and sleepy bedtime ballads. Katie was my everything and I was hers, at least until that

  • Creative Story : A Short Story

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    One day this little girl was at school and school ended in about 10 minutes so she just sat there and drawn for 10 minutes. So after the bell rang she ran outside for her parents but her parents weren't there and neither was her best friend's parents were there either. So the little girl and her friend just sat there and talked for about 15 minutes for their parents to come. So while they were talking her friend brought up the little girl going to her house when her parents got there. So there parents

  • Descriptive Essay About The Fair

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    “What should we get on first when we get there?” asked Becky. “I don’t know. How about we get on the ferris wheel first, it looks super fun.” said Lisa as they were riding in her mom’s car on the way to the fair. They were so excited to finally be able to go to the fair since last year they had to shut it down early. “I wonder why they shut it down last year because it wasn’t on the news. Everyone said that it was because someone died.” “Yes, that’s exactly the reason it shut down, how did you not

  • Lizzy Biography

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    Lizzy When I was 12 I dreamed of becoming the world's best doctor, me Dr. Warren Price, the one man who could save all of humanity from their own minds. Such things have been accomplished before, not by me, of course but by Dr. Henry Cotton. He has always been one of my biggest inspirations ever since I learned what a doctor was. I want to be just like him, do everything that he did but better. Let me backtrack a little to let everything soak in. Back in 2010 I became the main doctor at a small hospital

  • Summary Of ' The Unicorn ' By Dr. Wright

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    Jayna burst into the clearing on the back of the unicorn. Chaos recognized her immediately. “You!” Jayna demanded, “Let them go evil thing!” She was a little disappointed her voice was back to normal, her goddess voice was much more intimidating. Her heart thumped so hard with fear that she thought it would bruise her ribs. “You 're the easiest of all,” said the black thing in a voice she recognized. It was Dr. Wright 's. Already Wright 's body was being deformed by the being that cohabited it

  • Edward Snowden Research Paper

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    official; and John Kiriakou, a former C.I.A. officer now serving a prison term . Reason why Snowden had to flee before he made public what he had been doing and shared the information he had. He argued that Hong Kong was a city of people who encouraged freedom of speech;

  • Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

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    Seeking Santa a spot near the radiator, behind the chair,my hiding place each Christmas Eve,in my dreams is always there.with twinkling lights reflecting off the icicles,so many, the star that shone so bright ontop, the gifts beneath, aplenty.I 'd sit there waiting, eager to see, the jollyold elf who seemed to know me, no movewould I make, not a peep nor a soundin case Santa came and I would be found.quiet and warm and tucked in tight, I 'dwait there alone in the dark on that night,sure I would see

  • Symbolism In The Lost Thing By Shaun Tan

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    Within Shaun Tan’s picture books ‘The Red Tree’ and ‘The Lost Thing’, surrealism is utilised to deliver the themes of hope and rejection. Visual techniques and extended metaphors aid in the transmission of these themes. Symbolism, colour, positioning, drawing styles, and cultural referencing are techniques used to convey the messages. Tan utilises these techniques to help the reader realise, and interpret, for themselves the overarching messages within in the picture books. Throughout Shaun Tans