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    ICU Diaries

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    published literature “ICU diaries are frequently promoted as being beneficial for the patients’ psychological recovery from critical illness”. Intensive care unit (ICU) is an environment where often the most fragile patients are, and where they receive treatment. During their sometimes prolonged stay in ICU, patients often experience strong physical and psychological stress, including critical life threatening illness, terror, lack of privacy, noises, pain, sedation, sleep deprivation, delirium and the unnatural ICU environment (Ullman and all, 2014). These experiences impact on a patient’s recovery from critical illness and may result in both physical and psychological disorders (Ullman…

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    Nao's Diary Analysis

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    Hi! My name’s Cliff! I’m a pretty friendly person, if I do say so myself, I promise ☺. I just want to apologize in advance for anything stupid, or pathetic that I put in this diary. I don’t really think this whole diary thing is even a good idea, but my mom thought writing down my feelings would be beneficial for my transition to high school. I doubt it, but I might as well try. Hey, these types of things aren’t cheap and my parents are trying to help. I’m not going to start off with dear diary,…

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    “Eve’s Diary” and “Adams Diary” both describe the biblical narrative of the Garden of Eden and the beginning of original sin. In both stories they first two humans on Earth succumb to eating from the forbidden tree of knowledge, thus changing the world forever. However, even though basis of the narrative is the same they differ fundamentally on many levels. The main difference between the two stories is the narrator, in “Eve’s Diary” Eve describes her experience of the narrative, whereas in…

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    Dorothy's Diary Analysis

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    Through the course of this assignment transcribing and interpreting Dorothy’s diary, there was a great amount of information to be gleaned about her life. While some aspects of Dorothy’s life, such as specific details about herself, are lacking, she provides plenty of evidence from which to draw conclusions about her employment, location, age, activities she does for fun, how she travels around, and the people she teaches and with which she works, shops, and goes out. To begin, it is clear…

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    Diary Of Anne Frank Diary

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    Anne Frank Who was Anne Frank? Anne Frank was a young girl who had went through a hard time. Her diary was a way of getting out of everything around her. She used her diary to express her feelings not only impacting her ,but others from all over the world. Anne Frank will never be forgotten for her remarkable childhood, for her inspirational diary ,and her fate at the end. Anne Frank's childhood To begin with, Anne Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany. Her parents were Otto…

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    “The Vampire Diaries is a supernatural drama television series developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. The series premiered on The CW on September 10, 2009”(wikipidia). In the show the main character, Elena Gilbert, is torn tremendously between two vampire brothers, Stefan and Damon Salvatore. In the episode I recently watched, Damon (the mean bother out of the two) treats women like animals and not human beings. In the episode Damon “compels” (or in other words, manipulates) a young…

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    Zlata's Diary Summary

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    1. Title: Zlata’s Diary 2. Setting/Time Period(s): 1991-1993 3. Write a paragraph summary of the story. Zlata Filipovic is a young pre-teen living in Bosnia. She is an average girl that loves to play the piano, listens to MTV, and plays with her friends in her nearby park. All of that changes on March 1st 1992 when the Bosnian war breaks out in Zlata's home country. As a young girl, she never expected the war to reach her hometown of Sarajevo. When it did, she learnt the lesson of war-…

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    The Motorcycle Diaries versus End of Watch In this essay, we will be comparing the similarities and differences in two films: The Motorcycle Diaries (2004) by Director Walter Salles, and End of Watch (2012) by director David Ayer. The genres of the two films are similar yet different. The Motorcycle Diaries is a biographical drama about the journey and written memoir of Ernesto Guevara. In the movie Guevara (Gael Garcia Bernal) travels through Latin America with his friend Alberto Granado…

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    Zlata's Diary Essay

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    Zlata’s Diary Zlata’s diary is a nonfiction book by Zlata Flinicopeno. It sold approximately 80,000 copies and was written between 1991-1993. The author is an incredibly brave, observant, and kind eleven year old girl suffering through war and destruction. I chose to read this book due to it’s similarities to “The Diary of Anne Frank.” This story takes place in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. Throughout the book we see a child’s outlook on life. At first it seems to be just a little girl’s…

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    Anne Frank's Diary

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    One of the best literary works of art, to come out of the atrocities of the Third Reich, is by far in my opinion, "Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank. The Diary is, without doubt, a singular accomplishment. Its lucidity, honesty, and peircing insight are heartrendering enough to make ones self, look inwards. I was thirteen when I first read her Diary, and it opened my eyes, a direct link, to how it was for a young girl, just like myself, to go through something entirely different, an…

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