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    I think this because they already somewhat know each other, considering his family lives in the palace with the royal family. Kile supposedly irritates Eadlyn a lot, but you can tell that she starts to have feelings for him towards the beginning of the selection: “ I watched him go and told myself that the only reason I was smiling… not because of anything Kile Woodwork had done(Cass 116). Eadlyn also starts to pay more attention to Kile as the selection goes on: “I sat there staring at Kile” (Cass 138). I also predict this, as a result of Eadlyn wanting to be around Kile more as time goes on: “ maybe for the first time ever, I wanted to hear him speak” (Cass 163). Kile is kind of a benefactor for America due to him starting to care more about Eadlyn too, considering he went and asked her if they were ok after their first fight. Eadlyn is getting more comfortable with having Kile around and talking with him, which shows that they have some feeling for each other :”Why haven’t we really talked before? It’s so easy”(Cass 252). Kile also assented America’s statement of communicating being easy between the two of them. Kile and Eadlyn also have a joke with each other about butter, because they worked together when the group went and…

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    is abuse, dominate, and then be remorseful, but not remorseful enough to actually repent of his abusiveness. From the beginning, Stanley is shown as a man who needs to be manly. The very first description of him, where he is shown as “the emblem of the gaudy seed-bearer” (Williams 1826), one can see that he views the gentler sex as lower than him. He sees them as vessels for his pleasure, and while he might be willing to take a girl to completion, it is more for a bragging right than actual…

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    Conch Symbolism

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    In the beginning of The Lord of the Flies, William Golding depicts the conch as symbolism for order and civilization; however, as time goes on, the shell loses the power it once had over the boys and eventually has no meaning whatsoever. The conch shell holds power over the boys on the island almost immediately after its discovery. Once it is found, Piggy and Ralph decide that they “‘can use this to call the others’” and “‘have a meeting’” (16). Just minutes after Ralph blows the conch, the…

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    The Alchemist Analysis

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    protect himself. Instead, Santiago bows his head for the blow and says, "It is I who dare to do so. Many lives will be saved because I was able to see through to the soul of the world." The man in the black slowly lowers his sword and explains to Santiago that he is the Alchemist. The things that Santiago learns from the relationship that they eventually form, show the boy's lack of knowledge on how to attain one's personal legend while also staying true to his dreams. "My heart is afraid that…

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    p. 26); the same goes along with authoritative parents who use, “management techniques which combine praise, recognition, approval, rules, reasoning and similar means of encouraging desirable behavior.” (Coon & Mitterer, 2016, p. 97). I think that this is a good way of getting a desired behavior. I think of elementary school with the different charts that they have to keep track of your bad or good behavior. For example, I remember way back to my days of first grade, we had a chart with…

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    As time goes on and our knowledge of technology grows, so things will change. How we live will change. How we learn and grow and think will change. We live in the 21st century, we can’t be stuck in the past. It doesn’t matter how we, as a culture, used to do things. Technology has made things easier for us, whether some people like it or not. Without the technology we have today, we wouldn’t be able to treat diseases and disorders. People would die from small pox while we hang the autistic kid…

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    many of which have caused my mother great stress and heightened anxiety. I found myself frequently listening to her recount each day’s negative events that sometimes turned into very emotional periods of non-stop crying. Although some people may wish to walk away from a person since they do not know how to comfort them, I was always there for her without question and eventually came up with different strategies to make her feel as calm as possible. Most of the time, she just needed a person to…

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    stand by us time after time. Then again, we also learn about disappointment, fear, regret, hate etc. Worst of all, the emptiness left behind. With this being said I will be writing about my interpersonal relationship that I have with my boyfriend Jorge. Not only about our history, the way we communicate, and conflict resolution methods, but also how…

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    Also the lack of action throughout the story and detail drew me as the reader into the scenes less than of the screenplay and the film. According to the short story as Jeff looked out his window constantly he notices a several of his neighbor 's ' almost as characterizing every situation that could possibly be going on in society. He notices what looks like to be a single mother, a newlywed young couple, a wife that was chronically ill and her husband as her caretaker. During this course of time…

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    He shows this perseverance while trying to teach Doodle to walk: “It seemed so hopeless from the beginning that it’s a miracle I didn’t give up” (337). Even after setting Doodle on his feet hundreds of times, Doodle’s brother refused to stop trying, and continued onward. He does not complain either, just grits his teeth and carries onward. This willful determination also shows up when Doodle starts his second round of “training”: “The excitement of our program had now been gone for weeks, but…

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