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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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  • Analysis Of The Article: The Dynamics Of Firefighting

    Mr. Daniel Madrzykowski recently wrote an article on the dynamics of fire science dealing within the fire service. Firefighting dynamics focus on many points dealing with the chemistry of firefighting and the many changes that are involved with fire behavior and the products of combustion associated with each object(Madrzykowski, 2016). Controlling the growth of the fire and knowing what the fire is doing in a structure is a great tool for company officers to use during firefighting tactics…

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  • Stereotypes In The Hunger Games, By Suzanne Collins

    In Suzanne Collins’ exciting novel The Hunger Games, the author depicts the struggle of two tributes from District 12 and their personal development as well as how they survive in the harsh wilderness of the arena. In the beginning of the Hunger Games the story takes place in District 12, which is a part of the nation of Panem. Panem was originally home of 13 Districts but the government took control and destroyed the 13th because the people tried to rebel. As a punishment for what they did…

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  • Home Observation Essay

    As a new geologist who has come on to the Sutherland organization a few months ago, I have been honored to work alongside enthusiastic colleagues. I have studied at the prestigious school of Du Page and have trained toward geological studies for about two and a half years. In my courses, we have explored the Earth’s crust and focused on various geological features of the world. All of these credentials make me qualified to present my observations for the best place for house construction for the…

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  • Dystopian Society In The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

    In the dystopian novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, Katniss Everdeen lives in a dystopian society that is separated into 12 Districts where they have annual “Hunger Games.” A boy and a girl from each district are placed into an arena to fight to the death but there can only be one victor, that is rained with glory, riches, and has the privilege to live in the “Victor’s Village” of their respective Districts. Katniss’ sister, Prim, was drawn and was sentenced to fight in The Hunger Games.…

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  • Dystopian In The Hunger Games

    The Rise and Soar of Dystopian In The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, their central government, the Capitol, holds a game where a leader picks names- one boy and one girl- from each district to “keep the peace.” In the game, the contestants each have weapons and supplies they assemble from the Cornucopia and utilize them to protect themselves as well as use them on the others as they all fight to be the last one standing, but the game-makers offer challenges for them as well. One obstacle…

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