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    swimming. Then she, also encountered parrots, eagles, and owls which were flying. On the shore, she met other animals including turkeys, colorful lizard, bears, and bunnies among others. The white rabbit insisted that Alice had to work. She met a caterpillar who advised her about the Duchess and the Siamese cat who got offended by Alice’s surprise regarding her ability to laugh. A fish took Alice to the Duchess who then took her to the Queen. Alice got into a conflict with the Queen after she…

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    Bagot and their complices, The caterpillars of the commonwealth, Which I have sworn to weed and pluck away" (Shakespeare, 1610-11/2014, 2.3.164-167). Here again, in the lines in this scene, the imagery of a garden is shown. Although there is no talk of flowers or fruit, Bushy and Bagot are compared to caterpillars that need to be weeded away. Caterpillars are destructive to plants within a garden. Here Henry Bolingbroke is saying that Bushy and Bagot are the caterpillars that are aiding in…

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    I Am Cain

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    I watched it, I decide I should move it into one of the bushes so a bird, or my cat, wouldn’t kill it. I grabbed a dustpan, and held it out in front of the caterpillar- who gladly climbed aboard. It had been heading for the plant to the left, but I decided to put it in the plant to the right, where the leaves matched the body of the caterpillar better. As I carried it, it remained motionless, and as I put it into the plant it remained motionless still. I sat outside for an hour, waiting for it…

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    In a sense, one could say that a butterfly was my spirit animal or a physical manifestation of my personality. When thinking of a butterfly the words graceful, majestic, and free come to mind; yet, no one ever applies these same adjectives to a caterpillar before its transformation. Because let’s face it, what is a butterfly without its wings? In the short story “Day of the Butterfly” by Alice Munro, the narrator Helen befriends Myra Sayla, and outsider among their sixth-grade class. As an…

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    in the tale because he is the opposite of Buzzard. Caterpillar represents metamorphosis because caterpillars are known for changing into moths or butterflies. They, here could be representing the change from Native American culture to European culture, or in a more optimistic light, the change from Native Americans and Europeans hating each other to a hopeful vision of the future where the two could live in harmony with one another. Caterpillar gives Hummingbird the tobacco to give to Buzzard…

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    learning not to disregard those features of the text that attract our attention, but are not principal ideas” (Gallop 8.) Re-examining the text content, I found plenty of inappropriate imagery, from the rabbit hole itself to the phallic look alike caterpillar. Lock and keys were seen as symbolic of coitus, and the different type of drugs seen in the film used by the different characters. So what is the real message behind Alice journey to wonderland? Many others viewed Alice’s journey as being…

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    Introduction:The objective throughout the semipermeable membrane experiment was to test the permeability of the caterpillar's intestine. Through this experiment one would be able to observe a transverse of small molecules through the cell membrane. Question: Were starch and Lugol’s molecules able to cross the membrane? Hypothesis: If there is a presence of glucose among the fluids in between the intestine and circulatory system then there is to be a breakdown of starch molecules within the…

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    Wonderland. This is considered when Alice reached the belly of the whale phase because everything was out of her control at the moment. In Alice of Wonderland, Alice encounters two supernatural aides as she wonders through the forest of Wonderland; the Caterpillar and the Cheshire cat. In Tough Alice, her supernatural aide encounters are the Red and White…

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    Brevard Zoo Report

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    This year on Father’s Day my children took me to the Brevard Zoo. I was very excited to go, for this would be my first time seeing it. I have lived in Brevard county over twenty years of my life and somehow never managed the time to visit . A zoo is a place where different kinds of animals are kept and maintained with purpose of Educating the public about the varieties of animals and birds that exist all over the world, including our country. On our visit I observed that by going to the zoo,…

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    We all have memories of reading, however we each have our own unique experiences. I have many wonderful memories of reading, but unfortunately I vividly remember the negative experience because it hit me the hardest. I went to Riverdale Elementary School, a dry dull red brick school. When I was in first grade, the school was offering tutors, sixth graders, to help the students in the lower grades. The sixth graders specifically helped with reading, and they were trying to pace the students to be…

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