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    A Series of Unfortunate Events There was this young child who was born in Chicago on August 15, 1995. She had two brothers and three sisters, she imagined her life being blessed and full of love and cherishment from her mother and father. After being born and welcomed to the world of life the young child’s life when upside down. She was at an age where she couldn’t speak or even understand what was going on all she could do was cry even though she was given the wrong requests. The series of unfortunate events began on her first month of life, she became a foster child. Halah was the young girl’s name, all she could remember was crying loudly and screaming being passed from one person to another, looking up at faces and the ceiling and skies. Halah heard many voices but couldn’t…

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    I chose to read the book A Series of Unfortunate Events because of a few reasons. One reason is because I started watching the new Netflix series based around this book. The season ended at this book, so I decided to read it. A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Austere Academy is the fifth book in the series out of thirteen. This series follows a group of three children, named Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, whose parents were killed in a fire. The parents left behind an enormous fortune,…

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    Saving the world and saving your yourself while still trying to have a childhood is harder than it looks, which is shown by the book Maximum Ride: Nevermore and A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning .After I read Maximum Ride: Nevermore, I discovered that both these books focus on the struggles of young kids who have been detached from society because of terrible tragedies. They try to recuperate over time, but because of hypocritical people and brusque actions, they cannot escape…

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    Character Essay Violet Baudelaire. A passionate inventor. A loving sister. A courageous fighter. A hard worker. An intelligent student. These are just a few ways one could describe Violet. She is a character from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. I can guarantee you that you’ll find yourself becoming extremely fond of this prodigy named Violet Baudelaire. Violet is a teenage girl, who has been through more in her sixteenth year than most people go through in a lifetime. She…

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    take responsibility for his and his father’s actions. Instead of weeping around about his misfortune, like at the beginning of the play, Edgar accepts his hardships and has taken responsibility for them. Due to Edgar’s decision to become someone he is not, it helps him to understand the realities of life, making him a sympathetic man for others instead of himself. Without leaving up to his full potential, Edgar would have never been able to take responsibility for himself, let alone his…

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    To Lemony Snicket, I have just finished reading the first book of your ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ series. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, even though it was my second time reading it. Throughout the book, I appreciated the definitions of the words along the way, which helped to understand the book. I also admire the excellent description used throughout the series, which really made me visualize the story, and paint a picture in my head. The plot was fast flowing, not dwelling on a…

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    Fate In Thursday's Child

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    These certain events cannot be blamed on life its self or fate. Those characters made their own choices, if they chose to be mean to the other characters then that’s on them, not life or fate. When the house fell down, Da grabbed a bottle and started drinking it to relieve his grief. What Da didn’t know that it dramatically changes his personality and actions “That’s when he slapped my face. His hand came up and slashed across my cheek and nose… Da slapped me, and it hurt: it made me hit the…

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    Paper On Anger

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    Life is filled with ups and downs and sometimes we get caught up in this roller coaster. For some reason, especially with unfortunate events in life, we tend to react negatively towards the problem. I’m pretty sure most of us have our share of unfair consequences For example, getting rear ended in your new car, or getting a C on a test test you studied really hard the night before. These hapless events seem unfair and creates reactions towards life, making us wonder, what did we do to deserve…

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    “A Good Man is Hard to Find” was written by Flannery O’Connor. This story narrates the story a family of five and the grandmother. The story begins with news of a runaway convict whose location coincides with the one they are going as a family trip. The grandma tries to convince them to go somewhere else but she did not make her point through, during their trip, a series of unfortunate events occur that lead to everyone’s death. Flannery O’Connor’s message is that sometimes, in order to make a…

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    The engine bursts into loud whirring noises, rising elevation causes my ears to pop as I hold on tightly onto my seat belt for dear life. I am afraid of heights. Back in my younger years, I had events like making my first friend, first crush, meeting new family members, having family gatherings, and etc. All of these events remain very memorable moments, and I still remember them very well up to this day. However, all this cannot compare to an event that remained life changing. I was going to…

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