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    CHARACTERS: MAGGIE: The female protagonist who suffers from trauma that her father kills her mother because her mother is cheating with a surgery doctor(LEON’s FATHER).Her job is a surgery doctor in the hospital in her illusion;however, in reality, she’s a patient.She was raised up by LEON’s mother who’s the doctor’s wife. She’s wearing a white doctor dress,which is similar with LEON’s. She’s struggling between reality and illusion. She is pale in her face but has a sense of complexity. LEON:…

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    The Road Not Taken

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    What was the last decision you made? Do you wonder what might have happened if you chose differently? This is the same feeling Robert Frost wrote his famous poem The Road Not Taken about. The poem is about reflecting upon and fretting over a past decision, a decision you may feel you chose poorly or picked the wrong option. This feeling happens so commonly, everyone has experienced it at some point, and on different levels of intensity. It can happen when you think maybe the chocolate ice cream…

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    hunting. Even more so, the two individuals discuss if the animal being hunted feels faith and if the person hunting the animal has empathy for the hunted animal. In which, Whitney believes that animals understand fear, the fear of pain and the fear of death. Also, Whitney states that prepared the animal being hunted does feel something. In the start of the short story, Rainsford explains that animals, simply, do not understand fear or receive some type of feeling, when being hunted. Rainsford,…

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    Three Day Road Analysis

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    novels, Three Day Road is about death. However, Boyden’s incorporation of Cree spiritualism and views on morality, good, and evil treats death with a reverence that is atypical of that genre. Even still, deaths in Three Day Road can be divided into two categories - callous and personal deaths. Callous deaths are those such as the death of a young private by flamethrower or the sniping of a German machine gun operator from 100 yards away. Boyden gives personal deaths more attention, devoting…

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    Carver included the death of the child to symbolize the final nail in the coffin for the family. Any chance to glue the family back together has been eradicated. The family is left without the one thing that they had been fighting over and the one thing that has kept them…

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    To endure means to suffer patiently, or to just simply exist taking everything that life throws your way without breaking down. “There is only one, only one skill a woman like you and me needs in life, and they don’t teach it in school . . . Only one skill. And it’s this: tahamul. Endure . . . It’s our lot in life, Mariam. Women like us. We endure. It’s all we have.” (Nana pg. 17) . When talking about endurance, Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” comes to mind. In “To Kill a Mockingbird”…

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    Gone Girl Summary

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    Journal #1 Part A: Summary Gone Girl is a story by Gillian Flynn. The story is about a drifting marriage between Nick Dunne and Amy Dunne. On the morning of their fifth anniversary, Amy disappears, and there was a break-in scene in their house. By the end of the day, police and press invade Nick's home. The case drew the attention of the media and public, which turned the search into a treasure hunt and put the police under extreme pressure to find the suspect. As it turns out, Amy made up the…

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    Introduction A veteran comes back from the war in Vietnam. Some people thank him for his services and some people dishonor him for what he did in the war. Veterans go through so much during the war and has to go to a center to help them with their PTSD. Many people treat veterans with disrespect because of what they did during their time in combat. Returning veterans or people get treated with either honor, mental help, or with disrespect but mostly disrespect and mental help. Odysseus has a…

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    The Death Decision of Doctor Faustus Tragedy is a play that shows the downfall of a human with an unhappy ending. Tragedy usually happens to an average man who makes poor decisions in life and ends in pain. In the play of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, Faustus’ life is tragic because he is a respected scholar, but he chooses to spend eternity in hell. Marlowe portrays the life of a successful Christian scholar, Doctor Faustus, who manages to receive his doctorate in theology and divinity…

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    who is to blame for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet? There was many people involved with it but there is two that stand out and seems to be the ones. Those two people are Romeo and Friar Lawrence, they have done a lot things that contributed to the death of Juliet and many others. Here are the reasons why they are the ones to blame for the tragedies. In the first place Romeo was to blame for his actions of getting attached easily and moving on to quickly. In the beginning of the play Romeo was…

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