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    Kingdom of Dresenalt 2 The council of elders gathered throughout the land, seeking the knowledge of the ancient writings. They all could hear the whispers in the wind, revealing to them that the time draws close. Daphne, the oldest overseer of the elders, pounded his staff onto the wooden floor of the council room, “We prayed are fears were wrong. That the most ancient one’s, who foretold the future, were wrong.” The elder of the highland Macomb, in a loud stern voice, which echoed through the room, “They have never been wrong, unfortunately it will be as the ancient has foretold. Open the book of the ancient, and read Daphne.” You can see the fear as Daphne’s hands trembled, as he opens the book, and began to read, his voice gibberish at first, as moisture formed on his skin, everyone became silent. We are the past, the most ancient ones from the beginning of your time, through our eyes we have seen from the heavens, and your Earth. Hear the words of these writings for we leave you these writing, so they can speak to you of what has passed and what shall come. We unfortunately could not destroy this evil, even with all our magic, and power now it lies with your race now, God help you, our prayers are with you. “Are you telling us there is no hope?” They all started shouting at once their voices echoed off the walls, fear showed in their eyes. The others in…

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    Essay On Hot Phony

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    Months before today two little kids ,hansel and grethel, were taken in by a witch who tried to kill them. The little girl thought she outsmarted the witch by pushing her in the oven. The witch was glad she did not turn the oven on all the way. Knowing she would survive she started planning revenge. The kids now happily with there dad were not worried about a thing.. She planned and planned but was not ready for this terrifying adventure. The witch stayed in there for 3 weeks planning revenge…

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    Loreno: A Short Story

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    The story that follows is red with the crimson life of so many humans long held in the arms of death. It is black with the evil of one inhuman man. And it is white with the purity of a soul untainted by evil or blood. This is Loreno’s story. The darkness enveloped him as he stepped out of the tall, regal office building. It was a late day at the office. He could never tell his wife why he was late. That would never do. No. She would have to remain in the dark. The man started to walk to his…

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    Shirley Jackson’s “ The Possibility of Evil “ is a fictional short story. First, we see everything seems normal in the small town Miss Strangeworth lives in. Later on though, we see Miss Strangeworth writes evil anonymous letters to people in the town, exposing them of their rumored “ bad deeds “. In the end though, someone gets back at Miss Strangeworth and destroys her prized roses. The issue in the story is that everyone can be evil, proven by how nice Miss Strangeworth acts, but is actually…

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    In Act Three of Othello by William Shakespeare, Iago begins the second part of his plan to destroy those who wronged him. To those around him, Iago seems harmless because we associate evil with an evil appearance. In this story, Iago looks just the same as every other soldier. His evil is not recognizable, and he can easily act with deceit. The entirety of the plot is built upon miscommunication, distrust, and especially lies, and Iago uses those to his advantage. The exchange between Iago and…

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    Throughout life, people grow and change. Along our journey, certain events have great effects on who we become and how we react in situations. In his novel Lord of the Flies, William Golding explores on the thought of events and situations shaping people's characters. In the sequel I have decided to write, I have chosen three characters’ lives to analyze after being rescued. During the sequel, which occurs ten years after being rescued, the future lives of Ralph, Roger, and Simon will be…

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    Coyote Character Analysis

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    The centralized theme of the novel is the evil of mankind. In the novel, evil is an entity that can possess people against their will – like a spirit. Although that may sound like the run-of-the-mill Webster’s definition of evil, there is a difference, which is that in the novel, evil is personified. The novel uses its events to show how evil works in the real world, in a slightly mellow dramatic, but realistic way. Also, evil in this novel is known as Coyote, and this is because evil is being…

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    The Pearl Research Paper

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    The Pearl is a symbol that changes from a wonderful gift that will save this poor family and give them a better life, then changes to this object that brings evil, death, and hate into the lives of a family, with a lust for a new life, and values that help them see the evil in this Pearl. In the book the pearl shows the way that greed, hope, and family values can change a family, the way they live and how there feelings and emotions of a family are damaged by one object. At first the pearl gave…

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    One Evil Lady Miss Strangeworth’s character can be analyzed by considering what she does. She is destructive. Mrs. Strangeworth is also very sneaky, and starts lots of strife between people. For example, it says in the passage, “ Miss Strangeworth never concerned herself with facts; her letters all dealt with the more negotiable stuff of suspicion.” It then goes on to say in addition, “Mr. Lewis would never have imagined for a minute that his grandson might be lifting petty cash from the store…

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    Dworkin, 1981; Dworkin and MacKinnon, 1988; Mackinnon, 1989) since 1980s have overwhelmingly stressed on criticising of pornography as a form of oppression to women. By examining the ‘effects’ of pornography on its male consumers, radical feminists have frequently amplified that negative effects, namely violence, sex addiction, intimidation, child abuse, and women as sexually objectified by men, of pornography have facilitated men for reinforcing the notions of patriarchy and masculinity. In…

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