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  • Explain How Fiction Has Changed My Perspective Of Literacy

    What do you believe the best genre is for literacy? Well, I believe that fiction is the one that interest me the most. Three reasons why I think fiction has changed my perspective in literacy is the creativity, my brother, and the Hunger Games series. People might not like fiction because people don’t like stories that are just too crazy such as like Star Wars (which everyone does like even though it’s fiction). Fiction is something that can just be really fun to read/write because of the…

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  • How Did Hitler Deal With Internal Opposition

    exploited the fear of communism in order to simultaneously eliminate the Communist party and bolster support for the Nazi Regime. In particular, he used the Reichstag fire that occurred on 27th February 1933, started by dutch communist Marinus van der Lubbe to justify the repression of and cultivate a fear of communism. The Reichstag fire led to Hitler persuading Hindenburg to pass Law for the Protection of People and the State through Article 48 (presidential decree), that allowed him to…

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  • Similarities Between Toohey And Gail Wynand

    Power is the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events. On one hand power could be control over people that results in success, fame, and money. On the other hand, it could mean someone 's own power within, to get what they love most done. The first example defines Ellsworth Toohey and Gail Wynand. Throughout their life, they both viewed that their work would outcome into success, glory, and riches. These people are known throughout the novel as,…

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  • Stylistic Devices In Lolita Cues

    The picture of persuasion Vladimir Nabokov paints throughout Lolita cues the reader through its language, stylistic devices of repetition, metaphor and alliteration. This passage is no exception as the readers is thrown into a pool of ambiguity, left to their own devices and the seduction of Humbert Humbert to discern what is right or wrong? Worthy of forgiveness? Is Charlotte’s death Humbert’s fault? There are no clear answers and this is precisely what makes good literature what makes Lo lee…

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  • Dystopian Themes In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    The Hunger Games is one of Suzanne Collins’ dystopian genres featuring a protagonist Katniss Everdeen who narrates her history and experiences in the events of the novel. In the plot, Katniss manages to stand in for her sister in the hunger games after compulsorily undergoing many fatal tribulations, traverse difficult private relations as well as acquiring skills on how to manipulate how people identify her in the novel. She therefore has to cultivate ways to subsist in the pitch. It reaches a…

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  • Passion For The Hunger Games

    Person with a Passion Passion is one’s strong or obsessive feeling in someone or something. As we are humans, we have different interests and passions based on our beliefs, knowledges, and upbringings. It’s interesting why someone thinks something is passionate. Here is a passion interviewing from my friend, Dreamteam. He has the passion for The Hunger Games, a series of adventure novels. The main story is two protagonists, Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark, lived in a dystopia called Panem.…

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  • Katniss Everdeen Character Analysis

    Is the safety of others or the safety of oneself more important? The Hunger games by Suzanne Collins is set in the Capitol of Panem, which has a cruel government and it’s divided into twelve districts. As a punishment for a revolution in the past, the Capitol created the Hunger Games. One boy and one girl are chosen from each district to fight on live television until only one child remains. Katniss Everdeen the main character, changes from a selfish, self-independent girl to a sacrificing…

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  • Christian Themes In The Film 'Chariots Of Fire'

    "Race till the comes from within." In Chariots of Fire, they did portray Christian themes. Whether it was running for the LORD or Eric Liddell not running on Sunday to honor God, each displayed the Christian message. Liddell wasn't swayed from his belief and showed great discernment. It was said that 'God…

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  • The Hunger Games Analysis

    right here, right now, to shame them, to make them accountable, to show the Capitol that whatever they do or force us to do that there is a part of every tribute they can’t own,’” (Collins 38-39). Her outspokenness provides the spark to ignite the fire of revolution. Her eventual victory in the Hunger Games gives people the courage to fight the Capitol and its corrupt ways. This text shows students that longevity does not give an act or event justification. The books that students read in school…

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  • The Power Of Language In Coming Into Language Written By Jimmy Santiago Baca

    With just a paper and a pen, the power of language can transform the world around you. Language has established a system of human communication, incorporating the application of words in a structured and customary way. Its purpose can profess emotions from one human to another and suddenly make you feel the lost emotions inside of yourself. In Coming Into Language written by Jimmy Santiago Baca, he emphasizes his wildly dangerous journey of life and being found in the influence of language…

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