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  • A Short Story : The Story Of Takoda's Story

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    Takoda felt the vertigo hit him hard like a mack truck and he struggle to keep him upright as the nauseous was slow to leave his body. The mixture of dozen different perfume and the heavy musk of his own vomit was giving him a headache and he shut his eyes as he fisted a hand in his hair. Trying to relieve the slow building pain from reaching even higher. Voices drifted in and out his ears as his blurred vision was slowly coming into focus. In other words, Takoda looked wrecked and his mouth open

  • The Special Day Of My Life

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    On September 23 was one of the most special days of my life. My brother Kevin got married to Amber Hayes and adopted her daughter Weslea. My Sisters Sydney and Avery and I all had a flight in Austin to Cincinnati where my brother would be picking us up.My mom got us out of school early to get ready for our flight.When we got to the airport I got a little nervous because it was my first time going on the plane without medicine for me not to freak out.we ended up having a layover in Chicago for almost

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    The old rusting car shook as it rocked up the unpaved road leading the way up the hill. Crunching on gravel as it crawled along the car came to a stop. The driver side door swung open as a stubby old man wearing a peach colored coat exited his car to be meet by the dull light of the moon and the sound of distant waves. The man began slowly walking towards the sound of the waves until he was stopped by a steep and sudden drop off into a sea down below. The old man let off a grunt as he swung his legs

  • Hansel Short Story

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    Near a great forest there lived a poor woodcutter and his wife, and his two children; the boy's name was Hansel and the girl's Grethel. They had very little to bite or to sup, and once, when there was great dearth in the land, the man could not even gain the daily bread. As he lay in bed one night thinking of this, and turning and tossing, he sighed heavily, and said to his wife, "What will become of us? we cannot even feed our children; there is nothing left for ourselves." "I will tell you what

  • The Reflection Of The Library Space In The University

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    The space that we chose to explore was the library. As students within the university, we use the library space on a daily basis. “Space speak of being, belonging, and becoming” (Australian Government Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations, 2009, as cited in Giamminuti, 2013, p. 52). The library is a space that we are familiar with and expected to be comfortable with. It is a space where students can find books, study, collaborate, use computers, and print materials. Our understanding

  • Etiquette For Mistresses

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    WILLAUER, Justine B. HUM 3 C College of Development Communication Date Submitted: 5 December 2016 The film Etiquette for Mistresses features the lives of five mistresses of men in high society. The plot revolves around Ina, the new mistress of the group and how she learns the rules under Georgia’s tutelage. The film will be analysed using the three act classical narrative structure composed of the Setup (ACT I), the Confrontation (ACT II), and the Resolution (ACT III). Formal Elements of the Film

  • Sympathetic Soldier

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    Sympathetic Antonio In Hector Tobar’s novel, The Tattooed Soldier, many of the characters experience unpleasant situations. These include homelessness, joblessness, and murder. These unpleasant situations lead to negativity in their lives, and this negativity can evoke feelings of sympathy. Of all the characters in Tobar’s novel, I believe Antonio deserves the greatest amount of sympathy because he lives a life of constant despair and is often treated unfairly, which is like a trap from which he

  • The Truth About The Boy

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    He knew his wife was up to something the moment she tried to ignore anything to do with the mere mention of the word boyfriend. How she adamantly refuse to say Joshua Hunt’s name was yet another hint I should’ve paid closer attention. maybe it was how I was on the verge of asking her if she knew any other name then Trever Benson that had caused me to be distracted. She knew the moment that boy was introduced to me and his attention was more of some of the maids preforming their task then speaking

  • Analysis Of Raymond Carver 's ' Cathedral ' Essay

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    “Cathedral” by Raymond Carver is a very lengthy but short story. The story is about a blind man named Robert whose goes to stay with a friend of his and her husband after the passing of a loved one. The wife of the husband kept in touch with the blind man through audiotapes and later finds out that his wife has passed. So she invites him to come and stay with her and her husband. The narrator of this story is the wife’s husband who also isn’t named. The speaker tries to ignore the fact that he’s

  • Community Service At The Library

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    In June, while I was visiting the library to borrow some books and movies I saw a sign to sign up for community service over the summer at the library. I took picture of the sign, and when I got home I sent the library an email saying that I want to be part of the volunteering program this summer which they replied to me and ask me to schedule an interview. The interview took place two days consecutive, and there was a lot of teen that wanted to be part of the summer volunteering. When I got to the