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  • Narrative Essay On Pumpkin Hollow

    The first time I went to pumpkin hollow, I was so scared. We went up to the booth to pay for our bracelets, to get into the forest, the butcher barn and the Frightmare farmhouse. After we paid for our bracelets we stood in line to get into the hayride that takes us to the forest. Whenever we got to the forest we first went to the concession stand to get hot chocolate. Once we got done drinking the hot chocolate, we went to stand in line for the forest of fright. The line was so long we had to…

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  • Napoleon Animal Farm Analysis

    “The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” Animal farm is taken over by overworked and tiresome animals. Thus attempting the idea of a perfect utopian world with equality at its roots. Unfortunately, the dictatorship community comes back and the animals are forced to work while the rulers, the pigs, sit back and watch. The simple-minded animals live in fear, but do not take matters into…

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  • Analysis Of Charlotte's Web By E. B. White

    The title of this book is “Charlotte’s Web.” It was written by E.B. White, the author of other books such as “Stuart Little”. It was written in 1952. The book’s genre is fantasy because although it teaches a lesson about friendship, it still has some unrealistic elements, such as the talking animals and Charlotte being able to write. This book teaches about friendship, with Charlotte doing all that she could to save Wilbur until the very end. The main characters in the book are Charlotte and…

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  • First Emperor Of Shihangdi Essay

    The First emperor Who was the first emperor? The first emperor was a man called Ying Zheng. He was born in 259 BCE and died September 10th 210 BCE, he had three children and one sibling. He was the ruler of the Qin Dynasty and was the one who ended the warring state period by completing his invasions on the other states in china. He gave himself the title of Shihangdi. In modern day china they call him Qin shihangdi which means “First Emperor of Qin”. He was the founder of the Chinese imperial…

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  • How Does Swift Use Satire In Gulliver's Travels

    In Jonathan Swift's novel, Gulliver's travels, Swift interprets the current political situation in England by adopting satire into each civilisation in the book, as a way of attacking the ideals of his country and representing the flaws in the monarchy. He approaches this by not only mirroring political problems in a bizarre fashion, but writes what ideally should be utopian lands as those that show the defects in what humans believe to be a perfect society. In each book the civilisation…

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  • Techno Subculture Research

    1. Where does the term „Techno“ for this music genre come from? The term „Techno“ goes back to the 1970s when Alvin Toffler published a book with the title „Future Shock“ by speaking about „Techno-rebells“ who use the most modern technology to fight the system subversively which created those technologies. Since the early 80s, the term was used in several interviews and in 1984 Cybotron from Detroit published in an „Electro“-sampler a single with the title „Techno-City“. Afterwards It took part…

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  • All Animals Are Equal In Animal Farm By George Orwell

    George Orwell, in his immensely popular allegorical novella Animal Farm (1945), satirizes the political situation in pre-war Europe; especially the communist regime of the Soviet Union, whose dictator was Joseph Stalin. Alluding to the biblical story of The Ten Commandments, whose inscriptions were the law of God; the animals, once they take charge of the farm, they write their own commandments (the Seven Commandments), which are laws they should respect. The most striking one at the beginning…

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  • The Role Of The Russian Revolution In George Orwell's Animal Farm

    During 1917, Russia undergoes an explosive uprising known as the Russian Revolution in which the Bolsheviks overthrow czarist rule and become the Communist Party. Later, in 1945, a novel is written by George Orwell chronicling a group of animals as they overthrow their farm in order to construct a government for themselves. When reading Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, it is evident the Russian Revolution is acting as a foundation for the novel. Animal Farm is an allegory for the Russian Revolution…

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  • Proclamation Of 1763 Dbq Analysis

    Disagreements over the ability of the American colonies to govern themselves and the unjust taxes lead to the war between the colonies and the British from 1765 to 1783. According to historians beliefs, there is one reason as to the motivation for the colonial elites and the ordinary citizens to participate in the American Revolution. This is true on the account of both groups vying for independence from Britain. Although the ordinary citizens such as women who are fighting for equal rights,…

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  • Origins Of Totalitarian Hannah Arendt Summary

    The week’s reading is The Origins of Totalitarian by Hannah Arendt. In this reading, she talks about the origins of a totalitarian state and how they, the power holder, strive for control. Some of the ways the power holders hold power is through the gullibility of the people being ruled and that the fear of their “freedom” being taken. From this reading, there were some questions that I had about it ranging from the rationale to her thinking to the freedoms that each citizen's had under a…

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