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  • Analysis Of Klaus

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    In this journal, I will be characterizing Klaus. I characterized him as being both intelligent and quite knowledgeable about literature. To begin with, Klaus is quite intelligent and wise. For example, when the Baudelaires are at the hotel they need to keep hidden, so they decide to go undercover as concierges. Being as wise as he is, when ever Klaus would be confronted by someone he would always respond as vaguely as possible to conceal his identity. When Frank or Ernest asked him who he was he

  • I Can Not Go To School Today

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    Title: I Can Not Go To School Today! By: Shel Silberstein Genre: Realistic Fiction Key vocabulary: Temperature, wrenched, appendix Suggested use: Class Read Aloud – I think this could make a good first couple weeks of school lesson introducing poetry or even rhyming. Suggested Grade Level: 1st-3rd grade Questions: “I know this can’t possibly be true, but have any of you every missed school for a reason that might not have been true? What excuse from the poem do you think is the most convincing

  • Psychological Terror In Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events

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    Everyone has something that scares them, that is frightening more than blood or violence. More often than not many people are frightened by a physiological thriller rather than one which is simply all gore. Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events, is exactly that, a psychological terror that is centered around a series of probable unfortunate events. Although, this movie may be lined with satirical comedy, it’s main storyline is rather gothic in nature. The gothic nature of this movie is

  • Daily Punctilio Summary

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    Mr. Poe, explaining their situation and pleading for help. The store's generous owner explains that a van of 'Volunteers Fighting Diseases' arrives once everyday for a gas refill. The van arrives, and the Baudelaires, thinking it to be the acrynom 'V.F.D', escape into it after the owner recognizes them as the accused murderers in The Daily Punctilio, an unreliable newspaper series. The Baudelaires discover that Volunteers Fighting Diseases is a group of enthusiasts that visit Heimlich Hospital to

  • Sunny, Klaus And Violet Baudelaire

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    In this series there is a great plot and it seems like there's suspense to everything.This story is about three children that are named Sunny, Klaus, and Violet Baudelaire that have very bad luck.There parents died in a fire, so they were taken up by a villainous man named Count Olaf.He has been trying to harm them and eliminate them, because they have a great fortune under there name and once Violet is of age they get to have it. They have been moving house from house and caretaker to caretaker