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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Life In The Farm

    The inside is very different from the outside, far more inviting. It was almost cozy with it’s big cushioned seats and spacious environment. It was like sharing a carriage with a hundred others, all strangers to me. We might have been strangers, but one thing made us all alike. The railroad. The wonder in the eyes of the children I saw, I was sure it matched my own. I felt almost giddy with excitement and nerves when I first sat down. I’m sure the adults who saw me must have thought me strange, that or they hid their own enthusiasm behind a curtain of indifference better than I. When the train actually started to move though, I was transfixed by the world outside. Everything was moving so fast it was like I flying, far faster than any horse I’ve ridden. I can’t be sure how long I stared out the window, I couldn’t count how many fields and forests we passed. I was scared to look away though, as though I might have missed something truly fantastic. Every bit of nervous energy and excitement began to chip away at my vitality. My exhaustion weighed heavy own me, no matter how committed I was to my task of experiencing this new wonder I could not compete with the forceful hands of…

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  • Wonder Boy Analysis

    SYNOPSIS: WONDER BOY (40’s), a famous magician, tells his daughter, ELIZABETH WONDER (18) that he must do one last outside performance. Elizabeth tries to tell her father that he has a head injury and that there’s no way he can do another magic performance. Wonder Boy decides it’s time to tell Elizabeth the truth about who he really is. Wonder Boy tells her that one day, back in 1955, a space capsule fell from the sky, right through the roof of the barn belonging to THURL WONDER II and his…

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  • Amazonian Princess Research Paper

    The Amazonian Princess Science: Structure and Properties of Matter & Forces and Motion Technology: Knowledge Construction Engineering: Developing Solutions Math: Counting & Cardinality 60 Minute Lesson Wonder Woman Card Page pocket (1 per pair of students) holding: The Invisible Jet Build Plan BrickLAB Bricks Air (10 minutes) The Invisible Jet Build (20 minutes) Wonder Woman Engineering Challenge (25 minutes) Tactical Transformations (5 minutes) Build the Invisible Jet to understand, define and…

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  • Character Essay: Why Is Beowulf A Villain?

    Then is put to the test to see if his or her strength and bravery is enough to defeat the great evil he or she is presented with. The story of Beowulf is a perfect example of this. Beowulf goes through three death defying trials to which he escapes only two with his life, then dramatically dying after his third and final trial. Even in his old age, he still seeks out the 50-foot dragon whose breath is burning down parts of the village. Beowulf is classified as a great hero because he embodies…

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  • Mighty Wind Vs Basinger Case

    Kim Basinger and Mighty Wind Inc. are the defendants and appellants and Main Line Pictures is the plaintiff. Kim Basinger, a relatively famous actress, was sent a screenplay of “Boxing Helena” in December of 1990 by Main Line Pictures. Basinger showed interest and excitement in being the female lead of the movie. Barbara Dreyfus, who was Basinger’s assistant and Mighty Wind’s director of development, set up a meeting for her to meet with Main Line Pictures. Mighty Wind was the company through…

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  • Personal Narrative: Come On, Talk To Me

    The hardest part was seeing the man I thought was eternally committed to me feel such great relief when he let me go. I could see the weight of it all leave him while I was barely breathing. Sometimes I wonder if I handled it correctly. I never told him how much I hurt for him. I never told him how much I loved him. And sometimes I am haunted by the memory of him. Sometimes I am haunted by the feelings I held in that I never allowed myself to release or express to him. Do I want to be with…

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  • Berry Gordy Biography

    we celebrate black history month people leave out Berry Gordy Jr., but by producing the hit records for these African American artists, he pretty much did his part to not only help Martin Luther King Jr. on his struggle for civil rights but the civil rights movement right nationwide. Gordy Managed to use the African-American Artists music to put into the homes of millions of Americans a positive feeling around the house. Motown was composed of many, if not hundred of artist, primarily made up of…

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  • Song Analysis: Smokey Robinson

    instances that used social commentary about political issues such as; war, poverty, and discrimination in earlier records produced at Motown (503-526). European tours that brought the music to a global audience and influenced musicians not only in Europe but around the world, and was a major impetus of the “British Invasion” led by groups like the Beatles and The Rolling Stones in the mid 1960’s. David E. Nantis enumerates facts about Motown stating, “Motown’s extraordinary accomplishments…

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  • The Pursuit Of Happyness By Chris Gardner And Quincy Troupe

    book, Chris Gardner also helped out with that. Born February 9, 1954 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Christopher Paul Gardner's youth was set apart by being poor, having abusive behavior at home, a liquor addiction, sexual abuse and a lack of education. Gardner distributed his childhood out to the world to reveal insight into these issues and show they don't need to characterize you. Just like Chris, Quincy struggled with many of the same things. He was also a black male, and got discriminated against…

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  • The Importance Of Superstition In The Middle Ages

    variety of things. This definition also makes it hard to differentiate what is superstition. According to PhD Stuart Vyse and the author of Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstition, not all rituals or beliefs are superstitions and that the dividing line is whether or not there is a magical beliefs behind them or not (Albert, 2015). In a famous Stevie Wonder song, Wonder says, “When you are a believer in things you don’t understand, then you suffer. Superstition ain’t the way (Wonder,…

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