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    devices such as patterns, symbolism, and imagery to support his theme that orientation plays a big part in welcoming a new member to the workforce yet modern offices tend to disregard its significance. Just as the short story begins, Orozco introduces short, simple sentence structures beginning with a subject/verb and ending with a predicate such as “This is your phone.” These sentences individually seem like average sentences a grade schooler would write, but the art of these sentences is seen when they are observed as a whole forming a repeating pattern. Orozco incorporates pattern in his short story to give the reader a sense of mood of to how new workers are welcomed as soon as the story starts. “Those are the offices and these are the cubicles.” With just the first sentence, the reader could already feel the isolation and unwelcoming of the orienteer to the new personnel. The same sentence structure is used throughout the first four paragraphs and then suddenly changes to more complex sentences in the fifth paragraph where the narrator begins to talk about the personal lives of the co-workers. “Russell Nash has put on forty pounds and grows fatter with each passing month, nibbling on chips and cookies while peeking glumly over the partitions at Amanda Pierce and gorging himself at home on cold pizza and ice cream while watching adult videos on TV.” Perhaps Orozco increased the complexity of the sentences because he values the personal lives of the co-workers more than…

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    The Cubicle: A Modernization of “A&P”-Written in subjective narrative I look out the small window into the parking lot to see three girls wearing a causal garb, I notice they all have hands free segways something I thought I would only see on the internet. They have the nicest ones possible and I am amazed at how they are currently carrying themselves. As they roll closer to the office I see my boss, he looks to be upset, he is the type of guy if you see him on the street you envy but if you…

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    white cubicle with a constant sound of a machine beeping grew obnoxious ,but as the days past it soon became welcomed. The constant beeping every minute calmed all my worries and fears. There would be times where the beeping would pause and at that moment it felt as if my heart did well. The sound of patterned feet across the room with the occasional conversation on the side distracted me from my surroundings. If it wasn't for the words on the book before me the severance of my environment…

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    great place to work. Second, the woman who is in the first cubicle is my best friend. My friend who always has a professional style works in Property and Purchasing Department. The employee who is the Procurement Manages sits close to my friend. My friend name is Annie who is working here for more than of ten years. Continuing in the same line, then next employee who will be retired in January 2016 is in the same department I work. We both work in Contracts Department. Michael who is…

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    The number of occupied cubicles represents the various workload being assigned to me at work. When every cubicle is occupied, I’ll find it difficult to hold my bladder and will be hoping for an empty cubicle. Similarly, when the workload piles up, I will begin to feel stressed and might end up making a mess at work. This will leave a bad impression in front of my superiors. The main cause of stress perception stems from perspectives. Taking a step back will allow me to find alternative solutions…

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    Department”. Due to family connections a broom cupboard has been called a cubicle and no one can do anything about it makes the reader feel vexatious and the link to the dystopian world is created. The manipulative side of the dystopian world is brought out. Ballard employs irony and visual imagery to bring out the confinement of space and the claustrophobia in the story. The situation is ironic when due to the constant re-evaluation of space Ward and his friend are fed up but they soon…

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    The Matrix is an action science fiction film that representationally expresses the controversy between a parallel universe and the reality. I am going to be using one of the four stylistic controls, mise-en-scène, which is used to convey underlying messages and hidden symbols. I will do that by looking at the lighting and the importance of reflective surfaces and what they represent. I will therefore analyze a specific sequence in the movie, and discuss the fundamental aspects to show how it…

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    from a large portion of conventional road wrongdoing. We have three vital kind of desk crime:(1) Legitimate get to, (2) the guilty party is isolated from the casualty, (3) the wrongdoer's activities have a shallow appearance of lawfulness. Notwithstanding how it is characterized, cubicle wrongdoing is generally recognized to bring about huge money related, physical, and social damages. The measure of cash lost to cushy wrongdoing yearly is difficult to build up with any accuracy, however it…

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    The deadline is today and you are completely focused on the task at hand. You have had lunch delivered to your cubicle and will be working through meal time, maybe even dinner. You haven’t moved from your cramped desk all day, but that work has paid off and the assignment is done just in time. Everyone has been in this situation but no one pays it much attention. These days can be few and far between and you feel fine, maybe a little tired. However, what everyone doesn’t realize is that these…

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    There were many days and nights where I wondered what I really wanted to be, but I didn’t find out until the day I got to go to work with my uncle and see him work. When I walked into this large office space I saw many middle aged coders and programmers in cubicles with multiple monitors per cubicle. As we made it to my uncle’s cubicle I began noticing how intricate and complicated the work that was being done was. Throughout the day there were many components of the office that interested me…

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