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    Their bodies had a shell and armadillo armored plating on their head and tail. Their shells were green and had a blue section in the middle. Their tails were white with black stripes. They turned their vicious faces toward him, cried a blood curdling howl and never being more scared in his life, the dad pulled the trigger. Bang! Thunk! The gun had fired with huge puff of smoke and the bullet had hit the shell of one of them and had stopped the bullet which just bounced of the shell…

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    King Lear is a play of Pain, Loss, and Regret. These themes are easily noticeable by simply reading the play. However, these are not the only themes. King Lear is also a play of identity through Appearance and Reality. The Appearance can be identified through word choice, tone, and imagery. The Reality, however, must be seen through analysis of the text. Identity, in the play, is portrayed in different ways: through family roles, and through the character 's motives. Per CrossRef-it, “At the…

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    Chip's is easily trained and learns from every interaction that you have with him. He can adapt and interact with you just like a real dog. Over time he will become your best friend. A plus side is that he allows you to have all of the fun and companionship of a pet but without the expense and inconvenience. Perfect for those who live in apartments or other environments that do not allow pets. Features Like None Other This powered pooch offers a host of features not to be found on other…

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    Analysis: Barefoot Gen

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    In ‘Barefoot Gen ', there are two images that really got my attention. The first was when the atomic bomb was being dropped on Hiroshima. We see the bomb moving downwards from the sky with a parachute attached to it. Behind it in the background is the city of Hiroshima. We also see four vertical canals from this top image of the city, and the bomb is heading towards the intersection of the third and the fourth canals. The way the bomb was slowly approaching the ground made me very nervous…

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    Amy Ling uses symbolism, imagery and smaller messages to show the theme Your love for your family only grows stronger the farther away you are. To start off, the theme is shown through using symbolism to show the theme. In the poem “If you can that howl deep another you'll reach china.” Ling uses this quote to represent their new home Pennsylvania is where they live now but their heart and history our in china ware also their family lives. And the hole that is being dug is symbolising the…

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    In the world of writing, it goes without saying that certain writers pave the way for others in terms of their success and because of this, influence those that come after based on the movements they create and the stylistic choices they either make or break. Especially when it comes to modern poetry and its evolution, there are always those who are influenced positively and negatively by others in the community – no matter how many generations apart they may be. Having said that, the influence…

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    In the article SIR SAM STEPS DOWN!, the author is trying to influence the audience that criticism from Quebec was to blame for the dissmissal of the able, competent, hounorable Minister of Militia, Sam Hughes. The audience, being made up of English speaking people from Ontario would most likely share a similar viewpoint. The writter defends Hughes by reflecting on his achievements. The writter states that “Hughes has done more for the war effort than any other Canadian. He has recruited…

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    Symbolism In War

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    Time was valuable aspect to show symbolism throughout the film. It helped create a sense of evolution through the story line of the characters. From the point the main characters are introduced to the old town we are shown that it is a rural environment that relies on farming. The natural background is green which can be connected to the time of the year. The beginning of spring brings a lot of vegetation, and symbolizes rebirth and the renewal of the past to create a new beginning. The war can…

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    Persuasive Essay Hunting

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    they are now looking at hunting differently. Further into the passage Bass states, "In the blessed Yaak,… not a single mammal has gone extinct since the end of the Ice Age" (38), similarly Leopold says, " Perhaps this is the hidden meaning in the howl of the wolf long known among mountains, but seldom perceived among…

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    Red Fox Vs Domestic Dogs

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    The red fox can be compared to the domestic dog (basenji). The domestic dog and the red fox are around the same weight (15 lbs). The red fox has features of a dog, such as forepaws for speed and agility. Foxes even bark and howl like dogs. Both animals mark their territory by urination and are among the predator family. The brains of the domestic dog and the red fox are similar size. The brains have small prefrontal cortexes, but larger than ones of other animals. The cerebellum for both the fox…

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