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    The black King slayed down the blue knight, which left the blue King the sole member of his army. As the blue King retreated to the edge of the field, the black king trailed from behind. The black king halted six feet from his foe. Neither advanced toward the other, for whoever stepped in the space between them would be slayed down by the other. The Kings paced left and right down the side of the board. This could have gone on for hours, but Dad and I knew that neither one of us would move our

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    A 1957 film, written and directed by Ingmar Bergman, a Swedish writer, producer, and director, The Seventh Seal concentrates on Antonius Block’s journey following his return from the Crusade to Sweden at a time when the country was plagued by the Black Death. In addition to displaying the knight on his journey home, the film focuses on the continuous chess match he has against the personification of Death, who has come to take him away. The use of multiple chess scenes between Block and Death as

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    The Waste Land, a 434-line modernist poem by T.S. Eliot revolves around a world of what seems to be chaotic and dead, and led by a single protagonist. Throughout The Waste Land, there are many uses of symbolism with tarot cards, astrology, and especially the game of chess: The game of chess is such a meaningful symbol throughout the story, that metaphors are used to describe the situation and emotions of the characters throughout the poem by describing them as chess pieces and in check-mate situations

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    The Red Rook Essay

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    The Red Rook has been spiriting away prisoners who are set to be executed with the Razor (think guillotine). LeBlanc, the minister of security of the City of Light, is not pleased. Meanwhile, Sophia Bellamy is set to be engaged to René Hasard, who is the cousin of LeBlanc. Sophia, her brother Tom, and even René are not who they seem, and as everyone converges to find the Red Rook, Sophia finds herself desperate to help herself, as well as her friends and family. The stakes get higher when someone

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    the title of this first lyric, being very bleak and at first discouraging, 'Dark Rook in Rainy Weather' (symbolism). It was composed in her mid 20s, in 1956, the year she and Ted wedded. She was discovering it a battle to gain some wonderful vision, combined with the way that she was perceived for being the spouse of Ted Hughes and not an artist; this prompted some underlying wretchedness, which can be found in 'Dark Rook.' Take a gander at the winged creature introducing itself to the world, i.e

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    Rook Heath Swot Analysis

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    aims Rooks Heath is a highly inclusive school. As of 2017, we currently have 216 students on the SEN register, many of whom have or are in the process of applying for an EHIC. Our aim is to provide each of the trained and specialised members of the Learning Support Department with a tablet with which they may aid the learning of students on the SEN register. Rooks Heath also reflects the high level of diversity in the Borough of Harrow, 69.1% of which is from an ethnic minority. 60% of Rooks Heath

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    In this second third of Rook by Sharon Cameron, Sophia plans to blow up the entire prison and help all of the prisoners escape, instead of just Madame Hasard and Tom. She gets Spear to buy and build a clock that can be used to make fire at a specific time without anyone being there: she plans on using this to light some Bellamy fire (gunpowder) and thence blow up the prison. She does not tell Spear of her plan, although she does tell René after some time, when he tells her that he knows she is not

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    Superintendent Shelton introduced Joyce Rooks as the District’s 2015 Elementary Teacher of the Year and 2nd grade teacher at Creekside Elementary. Ms. Shelton shared a letter from Principal Aaron Tarzian who spoke to Ms. Rook’s strengths, her care for her students, and her support of her colleagues. Mrs. Rooks thanked the Board and her colleagues for the acknowledgement. Ms. Rooks has been a member of the community for 26 years, raising her own children in the District. She spoke about the exemplary

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    Birds of Hope: “Black Rook in Rainy Weather” and “The Darkling Thrush” In the two poems, “Black Rook in Rainy Weather” by Sylvia Plath and “The Darkling Thrush” by Thomas Hardy, both speakers share their experiences about an encounter with a bird during the winter. In the poems, the speakers share their experiences about a bird that helps the speaker come to a realization about their lives. The thrush in Hardy’s “The Darkling Thrush” is inspiring hope. Even though everything is looking

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    throughout time. Rook by Sharon Cameron, a novel based on the French Revolution and Animal Farm by George Orwell, a novella with parallels to the Russian Revolution, both tackle the idea that history is doomed to repeat itself, although each novel presents an entirely different view on the subject. Cameron and Orwell each do this through the use of setting, conflicts and mood. Through the use of setting, Orwell and Cameron both show how history is doomed to repeat itself. Both Animal Farm and Rook are set

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