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    “The Making of a Short Story” Every story that you read, weather it is sad and makes one put things in a whole new perspective or a story with a happy ever ending that makes one feel like they never have before has some sort of theme. There a many important factors in any short story, all the way from the smallest details that can easily be read over without any thought at all, to the overall conclusion and lesson one learns at the end of the story but the theme is something much broader. The theme is the whole story pulled together in a way that almost teaches the reader a lesson. Although "A Rose for Emily" and "The Story of an Hour," share one common theme, they also have various themes as well. The main theme in both stories would be death because both ladies have to deal with death in some sort of way, even though they treat “death” differently and have different attitudes and feelings about it "A Rose for Emily" also has escape, fear, and even jealousy as themes, while "The Story of an Hour” has courage and freedom as themes. While a story may have one major theme, I feel like there can be minor themes as well. The theme is woven throughout the entire story in the characters words they speak,actions they perform, and thoughts that run through the characters minds out loud. To me, theme is the overall impression the story taught you and what stuck out the most in ones mind. I feel like there is always going to be one thing that sticks out more then other things and…

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    Becoming A Sever Essay

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    Serving in a restaurant, or any type of food chain isn’t easy. Some people know what it’s like, many others don’t. I want to explain to you the ways to becoming a good ‘sever’, in other words, so you know what it’s like. This will also be helpful to anyone who wants to know how to become a good server. If you are a one yourself, you know the in’s and out’s of it all. You also know that the only money we make it from our tips, so you better do the best job you can. That is what i’m here for. To…

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    Why “To Build A Fire” should be in our syllabus “To Build A Fire” (1908) is an elegant short-story written by Jack London, a profound writer of all time and a person with a unique taste for stories. It is a story that deals with a man going on a journey during a very cold day and how he survives the situation. Published in 1908, the story become a sensation and is still famous among young bookworms. Its simplistic use of language and intriguing plot make it interesting and easier for younglings…

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    Adam Worth Research Paper

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    Adam Worth, an extraordinary criminal, born in 1844 in Germany, was born in a poor, Jewish family that had moved from Germany to Massachusetts when he was young. Worth ran away from his family at the age of fifteen to Boston, because he was tired of living with a poor family, especially because they were Jewish. Worth didn’t have much education because his family couldn’t afford to put him in school. He had one brother named John Shore, however, no one really knows anything else about…

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    Delephinus: A Short Story

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    Delephinus always remained in bed after she'd awaken. Her pain from laying in an obscure position always filled her with regret the next morning. She undoubtedly knew experimenting with her body never left her with a satisfactory result. The soft sounds of waves crashing against the shore with the subtle vibrations of her ceiling fan greeted her with the thought of home. This was almost therapeutic until the realization that she would only be sulking in her room rather than adhering to her…

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    Collecting For Children

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    Collecting for kids is a fascinating, patience strengthening hobby that can promote a valuable historical learning experience. Amassing treasures has many other benefits as well, for the child and the environment. As a collector myself, I can tell you this is true. Collecting teaches kids patience. As Jimmie Lanley writes in her blog aboutone.com, “collecting is a slow hobby that develops a child’s patience as he looks for new treasures. The thrill of discovery is a huge fascination of…

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    TIM HARTM Dog Trainer

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    An insecure, technophobic dog trainer struggles to keep his business afloat when a tech conglomerate unleashes a line of robot companions replacing the dog. BRIEF SYNOPSIS TIM HARTMAN (33) is a charming, but insecure dog trainer. His life is turned upside down when a major tech conglomerate moves into town unleashing robotic companions that will soon replace the need for a real dog. Tim and his assistants need to come up with a plan quickly, or Tim will soon be out of business. Tim meets GRACE…

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    Supplier Management JIT systems aim to have the best quality at low costs when ordering inventory. To achieve this goal, a company relies on long-term contracts with few suppliers that are able to supply them according to their immediate needs. Additionally, since a company operates with very minimal inventory under JIT, close relationships with suppliers are imperative. In today’s competitive market, a company’s economic performance depends much on its relationship with its supply chain. A…

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    A GEOINT collection strategy evaluation method must be flexible enough to evaluate small and large scale collection operations and emphasize the accountability of every organization associated with establishing the collection requirements. Additionally, the evaluation method should be as simple as possible to ensure seamless implementation and not add extra burden to those that will have to implement it. As a collection manager evaluates the collection strategy they must be able to reference…

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    experiences shaped me into the reader I am today. Also, I believed that it contributed to my love of reading. 2. Again, here is a prompt – read it, close your eyes and think about what the response should be. What is the first thing you remember reading on your own, either to yourself or to someone else? Tell me what it was and how you felt. The first book I remember reading to myself was a compilation book of Disney princesses. I absolutely loved that book, though I hadn’t thought about…

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