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    America as a Filipino immigrant in his memoir Big Little Man--In Search of My Asian Self. In this excerpt entitled “Land of the Giants,” he admits that everything he and his family changed about themselves was for the sole purpose of fitting in. Their immigration led to the abandonment of their native culture and the assimilation of a new one. In “Land of the Giants,” Tizon combines a multitude of literary devices, such as anecdotes, symbolism, and juxtaposition, with…

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    Clover: A Short Story

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    the complete opposite. It had a glare from my warm yellow tank light and the colors were all wrong. As for the house Jeff had given me, I’d say it’s okay. It was this little house positioned on a fake tree stump with fake leaves on the top. To the giants outside of my tank it looked perfect and real, but from my point of view it was wretched and fake. I snap out of my little day dream and slowly tiptoe towards the shiny coin. I see no one in sight. Perfect. Reaching my hand out I slowly curl…

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    the dawn of time there were no gods or humans, only the land and sea. It goes on to say that at one point the land and sea me and when they did a white mare was born, made of sea-foam. Her name was Eiocha. Not far from where the horse was born, a giant oak tree was…

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    Giants, human creatures that are above 10ft tall, have been believed to exist for centuries. Despite knowledge of science, evolutionary discoveries, and the growing inquisitiveness and curiosity of people in our day compared to other centuries, there are those who believe that Giants existed once in the past. There is increasing advancement in archaeological and more discoveries have been made now than ever before. However, there has been no affirmed evidence that show that extremely tall and…

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    Both stories share the same basic plot line of taking a journey home, while being interrupted numerous times by creatures like giants, witches, and other magical beings. Pen and Odysseus, the main characters of their stories, are also intellectuals, meaning that they are both incredibly knowledgeable. For example, Pen had remembered much of the information she learned from Then…

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    Sea Jellyfish Adaptations

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    varies. The different characteristics of these four sea creatures make them unique, therefore giving them various ways to adapt to extreme oceanic environments in order to survive. Despite living in different locations of the ocean, zombie worms, giant squids, yeti crabs, and deep-sea jellyfish all share one common trait: they must adapt to their environment to survive. A recently explored area of the ocean near Antarctica in the Southern Pacific has…

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    Planets and moons within the solar system are different in terms of composition, geologic activity, interior structure, magnetic field, and atmospheres. We can deduce each of these properties through routine astronomical observations, spectroscopic/remote observations, laws of physics, solar system modeling as well as direct sampling. Given that many economists and government officials object to using our resources to visit other objects physically, by studying our solar system we will continue…

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    I was 7 years old when I watched the movie the Iron Giant for the very first time. The movie is about the friendship between a boy and a robot and at the end of the movie the robot is faced with the choice of sacrificing himself to save his friend or letting his friends town and everyone that lives there be destroyed by a bomb. The Iron Giant chooses to sacrifice himself in order to save everyone else, but more specifically his friend. That was the first time I had ever seen someone take their…

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    Leaf Clad Giant Essay

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    Old Man in Overalls or Leaf Clad Giant; Who Grows Our Food? The one picture I could find in the Grocery Outlet produce section was of the farmers hands gesturing to a basket full of harvested vegetables; lettuce, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, peppers onions and more. In the background is a huge field, devoid of any other farmers or farm workers. The farmer is depicted as the character you think of when you think of the word “farmer.” Red flannel, jean overalls, wedding ring visible, and I bet if…

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    The universe is like a game of chance. Of the billions of planets out there, Earth is the only known planet to sustain life. What would life be like on a different planet? Would humans even exist? Would bugs rule the planet? The possible outcomes are endless. The Firefly Galaxy is a spiral galaxy far from the Milky Way Galaxy that contains a solar system, the Phoenix Solar System, favorable for life. In the Phoenix Solar System is the planet Bibea. Bibea is able to sustain life because of its…

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