George Pullman

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  • 1984 Winston's Relationship Analysis

    Relationships In George Orwell’s novel 1984, the author portrays the relationships between people as one’s that are essentially close, sexual, and forbidden by the Party. Two main relationships that make an impact in this book would be Winston’s connection with both Julia and O’Brien. This book illustrates that power and authority can be used to destroy individuality and break the bonds of love as shown through the relationship between Winston and his wife Katherine, and between Winston and…

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  • Animal Farm Chapter 10 Summary

    Chapter 10 which is the last chapter of animal farm. Talks about how the animals are all equal. They work hard at least for themselves. They defend their farm and take care of it. They finally build 2 windmill and the farm gets larger. New animals come to the farm. There will be no Sunday meetings. The animal farm changed its name to manor farm. Years passed by really fast. No one can remember what happened in the past except clover, Benjamin, Moses the raven and a number of the pigs, Muriel,…

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  • Plot Synopsis: The Hunger Games

    Paragraph 1 - Derrick & Gobind Introduce your Novel / Plot synopsis Briefly recapitulate the important details of the economic model of your story as identified in subtask 2. The “Hunger Games” is a story about a government body (the Capitol) that forces two people who live in each of the twelve districts to fight to the death against each other. They do this for entertainment purposes and to keep the people who live in the districts under control of the government. The people who live in the…

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  • The Mafia Essay

    There is this game called “Mafia” that many people have certainly heard of if not played themselves. Basically how to play is there is a storyteller who secretly assigns a role to all of the players involved. There are two groups of people. There is the Mafia and the “innocents” (Wikipedia). The Mafia are the “killers”and the innocents are the ones who are able to be “killed” (Wikipedia). After the groups are picked, the rest of the game is up to the storyteller to navigate. In order for…

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  • Muhammad Ali's Toughest Fight

    would win nine times out of ten; it was rare to see Ali had lost. Thereafter his career Ali was named by Sports Illustrated “Most Recognized athlete of the Century” (Burgan 59). Without a doubt the best award Ali has received was in 2005. President George W. Bush awarded Ali the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest Medal of Freedom (59). Obviously, Ali had to be very motivated to go so far in his career. This all started when a student named Clark would bully him in high school (Burgan…

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  • The Crossing Movie Analysis

    The Crossing released on TV the 2000. It is about the book the crossing, which is about George Washington crossing the Delaware on a Christmas night and winning the battle of Trenton. This fill was directed by Robert Harmon, with a very low budget to work with he sat out to make this as good as possible. This movie was nominated for a couple of awards, and won two. One was the ASC award, Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Mini-Series/Pilot. The other one was Peabody…

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  • Alexander Hamilton: Underappreciated Founding Fathers

    The United States of America was founded with the help of many people but the most credit is given to the aptly named Founding Fathers. One of the most overlooked and underappreciated Founding Father is Alexander Hamilton, who is known for defending the U.S Constitution during its ratification, serving as the first U.S. secretary of treasury and being involved with the first sex scandal of the country. Alexander Hamilton was born on January 11th, 1755, although historians disagree on this…

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  • What Is The Importance Of The Founding Fathers

    When most Americans think of those who wrote the Constitution, they think of writers and thinkers. In reality, many of the founding fathers like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were also amazing gardeners. They loved learning about and finding new types of plants from all over the world to try to grow in plots on their vast plantations. Gardening played a major role in the U.S. Constitution and the new country of America. The new country had just fought its first war for its freedom…

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  • Childhood Memories Of Ipperwash Beach

    Ipperwash Beach has been my home away from home for as long as I can remember. Some of my earliest memories include getting thrown off the inner tube into waves so big they could swallow me whole, campfires that my grandfather would build rain or shine, just so we could get that perfect bedtime treat and a sun burning so bright I thought the sweet summer would never end. As far as I was concerned, Ipperwash Beach was a magical place that couldn’t do any wrong. From a young age, I can remember…

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  • Zombies In The Film Night Of The Living Dead

    Zombies are a phenomenon that almost everyone has heard about. Shambling mindless corpses trying to feast on the flesh of the living. The idea of the undead has been around for almost as long as people and their culture have. There have been multiple cultural variants of zombies and ideas of how to keep the dead from coming back to haunt the living such as the theory behind the origin of the tombstone was that it was literally a giant rock that cavemen rolled on top of graves to keep the…

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