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    The book that I am reading is called, "The Book of Three" in the series of "The Chronicles of Prydain" By Lloyd Alexander. When I first started reading the book, my reaction was surprised, because I never thought that there would be a book that fitted my likings. When I saw the book on the library shelf, I thought, "Hey why not just give it a try!" so that's what I did. The book itself was visually appealing, with bright colors and warm scenery with a luscious forest scene with the Horned King (the main antagonist in the story) on a horse searching for Taran (the main protagonist). One thing I noticed immediately when I started to read the book is that the main character, Taran, has absolutely no idea of what he has to do, but luckily…

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    Natan Usic Ana Gudelj UWRT.100.80-8228 September 2014 Monaco Chronicles This story begins when I was 18 years old.As every human being ,at 18 years old you feel responsible enough to do stuff you weren't able to answer earlier.Basically,it brings a lot of adventures ,as well as bad stuff that comes when on a trip in a foreign country .Whole situation enrolled when I was on my high school trip. Although my friends and I were intoxicated during our event, that is not the point of this…

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    A Synopsis: Nehemiah

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    and protection from the surrounding opposition. The city walls aptly represented the Jews’ social and spiritual state of that period, broken down and in great need of repair. Nehemiah endeavored to rebuild the walls, thus rebuilding a people distinct from those around them who obeyed the Book of the Law worshipping the one true God. Under Nehemiah’s gifted leadership, the walls were repaired in only six months! Authorship and Date…

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    Christian apologist, meaning defender of the Christian faith, and is most well known for writing the “Screwtape Letters” and The Chronicles of Narnia series. Known as the ‘Father of Modern Fantasy’, Lewis was an author of many talents and was able to write anything, from fiction to nonfiction, from children’s books to adult novels, there was nothing that this man could not do. Lewis was born on November 29, 1898 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His parents were Florence Augusta Lewis and Albert…

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    The typical reader of fantasy literature wouldn’t expect to find symbols for Christianity in a book. But a reader of a work by C.S Lewis can expect just that. Lewis was a poet, scholar, and above all, one of the most renowned authors of fantasy literature during the 20th century. He was best known for The Chronicles of Narnia series, and specifically, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. He was a devout Christian and was a defender and teacher of the faith. His faith and life experiences had a…

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    Divided Kings

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    This history of the Divided Kingdom tells of the ten northern tribes who were known as Israel. They were ruled from their capital city of Samaria by nineteen different kings. Kings are the focus, but they are not the only people we see at work in these books. First of all, the work of kings affects the work of many others, such as soldiers, builders, craftspeople, and priests, and the books of Samuel, kings and Chronicle pay attention to how the kings’ work affects these other workers. Secondly,…

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    Threat Of Drones

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    ourselves in danger. Yes, the drones offer the families of soldiers to not have to worry about the death of their loved one but the soldiers know what could happen. In a way they are prepared for the worst. If the drones were sent out and maybe hacked because there is no rider in them they could be used against us and innocent people die. Or the drones are copied by another nation, such as the ones that we use the drones on and out of rage they use it against us. Technology has the ability to…

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    Lewis was 33 years old when this happened, he had spent 23 years of his life not believing in God, but since he went into college and probably even before that God started softening and preparing his heart so that in that moment he would be ready to accept God into his heart. The Prolific Author Lewis has many books, most of which are christian books, and some story, such as The Chronicles of Narnia. In 1933 he published his first book, The Pilgrims Regress, this was the first of many well…

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    Cs Lewis Research Paper

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    C.S. Lewis In The Chronicles of Narnia, there is a quote that says, “One day, you will be old enough to start reading fairytales again” This is a quote that people could take many ways, which is where the adventure starts with C.S. Lewis. The world of literature wouldn’t be the same without having one of the most well known authors. Clive Staples Lewis was an important and legendary literary author because of his early life and religion’s, his middle life and struggles being in the war, and his…

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    The British author C.S. Lewis is known for incorporating religious themes into his stories, most notably his series titled the Chronicles of Narnia. These books were published between 1950 and 1956. There are Christian undertones throughout all seven of his books and each book refers to a different story or character in the Bible (NarniaWeb). Despite the reoccurring Christian beliefs present in these books, Lewis was not always the believer in Christianity as shown in his writings. His…

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