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  • Summary Of Cat Patrick's Revived

    The novel I have been reading for my ISP is called Revived, written by Cat Patrick. The setting of the second half of the novel is Omaha, Nebraska. Daisy, the protagonist, has to deal with the death of her best friend, and the fact that the leader of the drug testing program, God, is a scam. In the second half of the novel, God in the antagonist because he causes Daisy many problems, which she has to overcome. Audrey, Daisy’s best friend, was diagnosed with cancer, and Daisy felt guilty that the…

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  • Symbolism In Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry

    A wise man by the name Martin Luther king Jr. once said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Everyone should, and needs to believe that a color of a skin simply shouldn’t justify if a person is good or bad. In “Roll Of Thunder, Hear my cry” Mildred D Taylor explains the story of the Logan Family, a family living in the 1930’s. Only one thing is different…

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  • Symbolism In The 5th Wave

    electronics on earth, the second destroys most of the world itself and the third one is a virus that kills of about seven billion people. These waves are caused by aliens. Even though I am not that far in the book, I have noted a lot of change in Cassie as a person. When Cassie's comes across a wounded soldier, she is very hesitant to help him due to the fact that she believes that he may be a alien in disguise. She tells the soldier to lift his hands up, and when he does, she shoots him. The…

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  • The 5th Wave Character Analysis

    narrators, and the laughable and cry-able moments gives the novel The 5th Wave a 4.8 out of 5 stars by Rick Yancey. Cassie the main character is falling head over heals for the boy that rescued her from her death, Evan Walker. Doing so she has already broken her first rule she refuses to break don’t trust others, “The first rule of surviving the 4th wave is don’t trust anyone” (Yancey 8). Cassie is constantly debating her own thoughts with herself through the book. When Rick Yancey does this it…

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  • Year Of Secret Assignments By Veronica Roth: Literary Analysis

    Everyone in the world wants to belong. In the two books, The Year of Secret Assignments, by Jaclyn Moriarty (Realistic fiction), and Divergent, by Veronica Roth ( Science fiction), they both develop the theme of how it can sometimes be hard to belong into two different places, but it can sometimes come easily to someone and won’t be a problem at all. To begin, The Year of Secret Assignments, definitely develops that it can be hard for people to fit into a place just because they aren’t accepted…

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  • Roll Of Thunder Hear My Cry

    In the novel "Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry" written by Mildred .D. Taylor. The theme of "Racial Discrimination" is evidently shown through the education and the resources given to the black children compared to the resources given to the white children. The books given to the African-American children are worn out and ripped. They've been handed down to the black kids from the white children who no longer want them."...may I have another book please.. That one's dirty." Little Man, who is the…

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  • Petey The Not So Aquatic Idiot: Character Analysis

    Ulysses Hill Ms.Louk Petey 27 June 2017 Petey The Not So Idiotic Idiot Petey is a book about a boy named Petey Corbin which was written by Ben Mikaelson. Who was born in 1920 with cerebral palsy and at two years old he was sent to a mental institution and labeled an idiot even though he is quite intelligent. And even though he labeled an idiot he eventually created friendships with the people who realized that he is more than he seems but with every friendship the person eventually…

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  • Summary Of The Roll Of Thunder Hear My Cry

    reader in her book a historical series for her family in Mississippi for slavery and injustice that inflicted upon them by the whites, as well as law in the United States in that time. She chose a little girl her name is Cassie Logan to tell us the details of the whole story. Cassie tells the story of her family, her neighbors and her friends at her school with racism and brutal treatment of them by whites. In addition, the role of her parents and haw they deal with the harsh conditions. The…

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  • Early Interpersonal Experiences

    Biological Cassie is a 14-year-old, Hispanic, female, who is currently under the foster care system due to her recent behavior displaying suicidal ideation. While looking at Cassie’s background information it’s quite clear that her disorganized and lack of attachment from her mother, has deeply impacted her perception of sense of self and how she perceives the world around her, “Because there is so much neural growth and organization during sensitive periods, early interpersonal experiences are…

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  • Mental Health: A Case Study

    her friends and talk to them about her circumstances. Not all aspects of mental health depend on exercise though. Support systems, outside pressure, and genetics have an enormous affect despite the many of a maintaining positive mental health. Cassie is…

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