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    The Night Circus written by Erin Morgenstern depicts the tale of two lovers bounded by a challenge that forces them to compete against each other. A romantic tale, that shows a strong sense of emotion between the two lovers. In “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe there is a similarity between the two dealing with ghosts in both Morgenstern and Poe’s gothic stories. The quote that best supports this claim is when it says “And the only word there spoken was the whispered word Lenore” (Poe 438). This…

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    space. The small abandoned bed, with its childish bright blue duvet, faded from time, neatly made mocking itself and the rest of the room with its emptiness. The dark wooden bookcase, filled with torn, old half eaten storybooks, half rotting away infested with dark radiation enlarged bugs. The small five-drawer bookcase sits inside the wardrobe, tucked away unknown over-filled with a little boys clothes, at an unusual angle…

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    Anne and her family had to hide in the Secret Annex, which is a building with a secret hole in the wall concealed by a bookcase. They also had to hide with four other jews.While hidden in the Annex they could not go outside, their windows had to be closed at all times except for at night when they needed some air, and they could only whisper because their neighbors might…

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    Krystal Aria Monologue

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    from the tiny girl resting inside. As you gain back your focus, you noticed that she was now standing up, lifting herself easily off of her chair. You heard a few foot steps prior to her showing her face, nervously peeking out from behind a large bookcase. Before you could open your mouth, she began to speak. Image Krystal Aria Lovell wrote: "Oh... Uhm, welcome..! I apologize for the mess. My caregiver hasn't come in yet to tidy up the place and I've been a bit busy with royal duties." The…

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    An intelligent, perceptive girl, Anne Frank lived a carefree life until the age of thirteen. She had dark hair and dark eyes, and she was the kind of girl who says what’s on her mind. Her sister Margot was born in 1926 in Frankfort-on-Main, and Anne was born on June 12, 1929. The Franks moved to Holland in 1933, where Mr. Frank got a job as the manager of a company. Anne and Margot were enrolled in the Montessori School until 1941, when they had to switch to the Jewish Secondary School. On…

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    It was June 6, 1989. A man was lying on his sofa at exactly 12 o’clock midnight. He was drinking Liquor by the bottle. He was drunk as ever when a man in all black bursted through the house window and pulled out a handgun with a suppressor dangling on the end of it. “Wait a minute” said the drunk man ”let me say one-” That was it. The man in all black had pulled the trigger and vanished. No one had heard the shot because of the suppressor on the pistol. The question was, why did the murderer…

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    Anne Frank Holocaust

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    The holocaust was a scary time in the world’s history. The Diary of Anne Frank is a journal written by Anne Frank in her time of hiding during the holocaust. The families were hiding in Amsterdam. They were in a secret annex in a building on a canal called the Prinsengracht. In the annex, there were the Franks, Van Daans, Mr. Kraler, Mr. Dussel, and Miep. The Franks consisted of Anne, Margot, Mr. Frank, and Mrs. Frank. The Van Daans consisted of Peter, and Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan. The families…

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    Neil Postman Essay

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    been accused of corrupting the youth of my city by teaching them to ask questions. In Teaching as a Subversive Activity, educator Neil Postman (1969) pointed out the root of education, educe, means a drawing out of one’s potential. By asking open ended question and challenging ideas, I attempt to draw out the potential in my students, my children, and myself. The best questions generate more questions. As a teacher of rhetoric, I owe homage to Aristotle, Cicero, and Quintilian for making…

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    Shannen Video Analysis

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    their opinion is always respected because every opinion matters. I also have a text to self connection with this video but for a different reason. This one did not go as far but I was really happy it happened. We had a lot of books in our bookcase and I wanted to sell them. But other than selling the books I decided to sell the books and give the proceeds to Markham Stouffville Hospital Mental Health foundation. The reason I chose mental health is because I realised how tennagers are…

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    situations like these. Anne Frank was a young girl, that was born in Frankfurt, Germany, to her parents Otto and Edith Frank. Her family went into hiding in 1942 in a Secret Annexe that was in her father's building, which he worked in, behind a bookcase. They stayed in hiding until 1944, when the group was betrayed and was sent to Concentration Camps. Anne and her sister, Margot Frank, were transported to a different camp called Bergen-Belsen. They died in 1945 just weeks before the U.S Army…

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