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  • Gale Hawthorne Character Analysis Essay

    Gale Hawthorne is an ethical type of a person. He is the type of guy who has transformed from a person who had feelings for other human beings, to a person who wants revenge on the Capitol and leave no prisoners behind, due to the traumas he faced. Gales hatred for the capitol came after they bombed district 12, but he managed to saved 800 people. Getting revenge for something doesn’t mean necessarily killing them all or trying to bomb the capitol, but that’s the mindset that Gale has. He is…

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  • Fire Chief Case Study

    I will be commenting on the following dilemma a fire chief than is working to serve his firefighters to protect the community versus a fire chief that works for the government to protect the community. I will indicate if this dilemma is true or false and why. Being a leader of a Fire service in any place in our modern world is no easy task with more and more being demanded from communities and less that governments want to provide the harder this task will become in the future. Through reading…

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  • The Movie 'Star Wars: A New Hope'

    Remember when the first Star Wars came out in the late seventies? Everyone was so excited to watch it and it was a huge success too. It is shocking to see how far Hollywood has come! From low-end cameras, unreal special effects, and battles kids today would call dull; they went to high quality video production, realistic effects, epic fight scenes and more dynamic actors. Star Wars: A New Hope was about a young boy named Luke Skywalker who lived on the planet Tatooine with his Aunt and Uncle. He…

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  • Kimbote In Pale Fire

    Whether one is attempting to glean the hidden meanings within the 999 lines of Pale Fire or determine the sanity and identity of the narrator, a great number of mysteries still surround Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Pale Fire. Many theories have been put forward by various academics, including those who were close to Nabokov, that helps to reveal the identity of Kinbote; many of the ideas revolve around Kimbote being a made up fictional character created for Shade’s novel, while another puts forward…

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  • Katniss Tribute

    After a war, North America was split into 12 districts and the nation was called Panem. Katniss lives in one of the poorest districts, District 12, and after her father’s death, she is put through a very difficult time in which she is forced to learn how to survive not only for herself but for her family as well. With the help of her friend Gale and the hunting skills she learned from her father, Katniss is able to keep her family fed and safe. An annual event, The Hunger Games, was created by…

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  • Call That Changed My Life

    The Call That Changed My Life I was 18 Years Old, brand new on Groveland Fire Department with only a few months of experience, I recently graduated High School, I recount a call that has forever changed who I was and made me into who I aspire to be. What you’re about to read will take you not only through my eyes, but my choices, my compassion & commitment to helping others, and the remorse that follows first responders with tragic events that the public rarely sees, knowing that despite you…

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  • The Hunger Games

    Suzanne Collins in her novel The Hunger Games offers a critique on Western culture and civilization. In this novel through the portrayal of dystopian society that is driven by technology and consumerism Suzanne Collins explores and advocates against the commodification of youths and neglect for environment. The Hunger Games, first of a trilogy, set in a time after environmental havoc and massacre, replaced by a dystopian country Panem, comprised of 12 suffering districts ruled by the Capitol…

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  • Similarities Between The Hunger Games Catching Fire Book And Book

    The Hunger Games Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins takes a deep dive into the oppression and struggle in the districts, as the Capitol lives in complete excess and waste. This is the second book in The Hunger Games series. In the first book we were introduced to; The Hunger Games, The Districts and The Capitol. We are now faced with the Victors and how their lives have changed; the inspiration that they have become, and the uprising they have unwittingly sparked. Katniss and Peeta will be…

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  • Intelligence In The Hunger Games

    Although it is disturbing, try to envision what it would be like to live in a country in which the government took children and televised them while they were fighting to their death. The author of The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins, writes about living in this future dystopian country, called Panem, which consists of twelve districts and the capital. To maintain order and for cruel entertainment, the capital hosts the Hunger Games each year by placing two tributes, boy and girl, from each…

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  • Analysis Of Defying Hitler

    People of today abhor the doings of the Nazis. It is widely accepted that what they have done was a terrible deed. However, the Nazis, and Adolf Hitler, were not always looked down upon as badly as today. The people of Germany feared the Nazis, however, the people of Germany did not resist the Nazis coming into power in the early 1900s. Rather, they joined in with the Nazis due to them promising the people of Germany that they would make Germany a great place again. Sebastian Haffner, author of…

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