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    small boy, but it just happens to belong to a boy named Christopher Robin. Like most small boys Christopher Robin has toy animals to play with, and they all live together in a wonderful world of make-belief. But his best friend is a bear called Winnie the Pooh or Pooh for short. Now Pooh had some very unusual adventures and they all happened right here in the Hundred Acre Wood. Deep in the hundred acre wood where Christopher Robin plays You 'll find the enchanted neighborhood of Christopher 's

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    Boy Willie's Poem

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    I think that berneice is right because she had that piano for a long time while Boy Willie was in jail and has a lot of memories of it.In the play she had been seeing Sutter ghost and she seen him play the piano sometimes and was looking for Boy Willie.She thinks that he pushed him in the well and now his spirit s in the house.When he said he was about to sell the piano she said you ain’t selling that piano because it had brung good memories to her.Boy Willie was talking about if dad had have it

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    A Short Story : A Story?

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    "What do we do?" I asked and then remembered what the old man said earlier, "There's nothing here for your friend. I gulped and said to Joseph, "You know Pan's secret. There's no life for you here now. Maybe we could fit you in the boat, and I could somehow ration out the pixie dust and we could go to London together, and start ov-" Joseph cut me off. "If there's no life for me here, why should I live? I only remember living here, Adam. I'll be put in an orphanage in London. I'll be forced to live

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    Robin Wood, the author of "The American Nightmare: Horror in the 70s" does an extraordinary job in explaining American Horror Films and how it is that they provokes fear to the public. A very important topic in his article is the topic of repression. Wood takes the term repression (a type of holding down) a step further and categorizes it into two different types. One type being basic repression and the second one being surplus repression. Basic repression is described by Wood as "universal, necessary

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    I sit on a scuffed wooden bench in the company of a lone stroller. Charlie is tucked inside, sleeping peacefully. I woke up early this morning for no reason in particular. Perhaps I’m subconsciously still trying to make up for lost time, being with Charlie and soaking up as much sunlight as possible. The entire town had longed for anything but a gray sky since the beginning of winter and today was finally that day. Spring was coming. The last of the snow has slowly melted away, along with everyone’s

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    "Why didn't you change your privacy settings?" "I don't know. Why do you people talk about every aspect of their lives on Facebook? 'I'm gone to the doctor's office.' That's great. Now I can rob you." Sarah took a few deep breaths. "When my parents found out that I'm gay, my dad said that he didn't raise any faggots," Sarah said. "My mother said that being gay is just as bad as being a pedophile. She then slapped me in the face as hard as she could. That's when I left the house. My dad told me

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    to be. Batman for instance, is one of those heroes. Batman or Bruce Wayne, is Gotham’s protector; a fabricated city in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. A graphic novel where the batman has long retired after the death of his heroic sidekick robin, and his sudden return to battle the crime-ridden metropolis. Furthermore, while the batman's actions seem noble and heroic; his means of attaining this dream of a just and uncorrupt Gotham was always twisted. Bruce is an excellent example of mealy-mouthedness

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    The One Hundred Acre Wood is a sweet, harmonious place A.A. Milne has created to house the characters his son, Christopher Robin, plays with. Within the One Hundred Acre Wood, places are marked by how a certain character has manipulated the land, or marked it by some importance. Two of the characters are Winnie-the-Pooh, a resilient, idealist bear, and a glum donkey that assumes the worst named, Eeyore. The way in which the two interact with their world is very different. In the stories, Pooh is

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    still remember and still try to get little skills even though after getting lots of change in weapons. Even children remember longbow from a comic characters. There are some famous movies and TV shows from which people still remember such as Arrow, Robin hood, Dragon heart, The Hunger Games: The Catching Fire, 300: Rise of an Empire etc. Also it reasonably cheap and easy to get trained. The longbow was a common weapon with a rich history and production during the medieval England and diverse uses including

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    post war houses demanded light, stackable and compact furniture, thus leading to the rise of Formica, chrome, vinyl, plywood, fiberglass, aluminum and plastic furniture. But that didn’t stop designers from experimenting with wood and leather. Charles and Ray Eames and Robin and Lucienne Day were the pioneers of modern architecture and design. What separated these couples from other designers was the brilliant combination of art and form in their creations, which

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