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    Alien Abduction Narrative

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    As I got off the table I asked Maddie “how did you get up that quickly” she had told me that she has already been examined by the strange creatures that took my brother. I was scared but I had to go find my brother so me and Maddie went to find him. As me and Maddie were walking down the hallways filled with bodies I notice that my brother teddy bear was on the floor so that meant that we were getting close as I heard his scream for help getting louder, I ran as fast as I can to get to him but maddie had stopped me from running as she saw an alien coming towards us. We hid behind the big boxes that here right next to us and as the alien walked passed us we got back up and kept walking, as we got closer to the door my brother wasn’t screaming anymore so me and maddie snuck into the room were the aliens had him and there he was knocked out, I tried to wake him up but he didn’t seem to get up so me and maddie had to carry him into a safe place to hide. As we found a room that we can hide in an alien had approached us and said in a robot voice “what are you doing here” I replied and said “what are you doing to him”, he told us that there nothing…

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    Aliens, UFOs, and Encounters of the Third Kind Since the beginnings of civilization man has been gazing at the stars. With eyes fixed on the vast expense of the celestial bodies came the belief that we may not be the only one’s in the universe. According to ancient alien theorists, aliens have been interacting with humans since the earliest civilizations giving early humans access to technology and helping them build vast structures such as the pyramids in Egypt and Stonehenge.( Ancient Aliens)…

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    “Sherlock Holmes: Search for clues” is a pervasive game, and the concept of the game is that each gamer will become a detective and try to find all the clues in our environment in order to solve the case. First, players will be given a story based on their current location. Every location has different storyline and different clues that needed to be found. The clues are hidden in all of the places near them, and they need to walk through the cities to get these clues and solve the problem.…

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    Typically, when kids were left by their parents, they will experience in fear. It impacts children the most because they cannot find a caregiver to bond. For instance, when the Sal’s friend Ben touched her by hand, Sal automatically flinched. Nevertheless, Sal does not know it is a nature reaction. Instead, Sal thought she had changed and she felt that she had been drawing away from her mother. As time goes, Sal learned more about her the story behind her mother. She however starts to have a…

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    Close Encounter Summary

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    In her article The Ethics of Close Reading: Close Encounters she compares our polarization, totalization, and projection of books to our encounters with others. According to Gallop’s theory, as we read we pick out those things that confirm our own prejudges and in doing so we instill those prejudges further into our belief system. However, when we use what Gallop refers to as “Close Reading” or “looking at what is actually on the page, reading the text itself…” we are listening with an open mind…

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    50 First Dates hit the movie theater 12 years ago and has since been a hit romantic comedy and has become one of my personal favorites. Re-watching this movie in the perspective and purpose of analyzing the relationship and concepts related to the book, Close Encounters: Communication in Relationships, allowed me to take something new away from a movie I had watched over 50 times. I choose this movie because it takes the process of a typical love story and falling in love into a new perspective.…

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    Introduction In class on October 24, the topics are on Relationship initiation, relational turning points, and dialectics. Relationship initiation is how you start a relationship with someone. Relational turning points are about how you change an outcome of a relationship by either becoming close with one another or by ending the relationship. Relational dialectics are about how forming relationships and maintaining them are based on which stage you are in. Description of Readings and…

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    His father was still there. Whatever he’s wanted, he’s taken, ever since he was a child.” (261) In the second encounter with Gar , Claude sees him in the barn. Wroblewski begins to blur the lines after the death, this distortion becomes the driving force for the story as Edgar is constantly reminded about his father’s death and Claude if left to be baffled and…

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    During his visit to South Africa on a work assignment, my father had an encounter with street beggars, though it was not similar to what Iweala experienced in Nigeria.A Close Encounter by UdozinmaIweala is a story of a young man from an affluent family in a country full of many less fortunate people and how his perception about helping strangers in the streets was challenged by the sincerity of the motive of a little boy who sold fruits and roasted nuts. Unlike Iweala who had been to Abuja many…

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    a person can connect with another. People communicate in several different ways such as artwork, tone of voice, colors, and food. Communication can be developed mainly through three different ways; Languages, body language, and facial expressions. Languages, words and symbols people use to communicate through verbal and written communication. Many languages can be heard and seen throughout the film Close Encounters with the Third Kind such as English, French, and sign language. The different…

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