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    In the essay Human Restoration by Bill McKibbeh he speaks about how humans live in a “culture that is capable of taking a wolf howl and turning it into a commodity” (172). What I found interesting about this essay is how Mckibbeh delivered the information. Using MLA format which is the format I’m most familiar with he was able to get his point across; by introducing us to the two Timber wolves he saw at the Hilton Hotel in Albany New York. Both of which were on display at a conference to “’draw…

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    Once upon a time there lived three little pigs in a small village. They all had different houses. One house was made of straw, the other was sticks and lastly the other was made of brick. No one else lived in this village but those three piggies, gizmo, gally, and guzmi. They were the most nice piggies you’d ever meet. They loved having sleepovers at each house to see how it felt to live in a house made of something totally different than their own. Every morning they would be woken up by their…

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    beside you, but I will always be watching over you. If you ever need my help, or wish to talk to me, howl up to the sky and I will hear it and answer,” She promises, and with that she leaves the earth she’s wandered for centuries and settles into a place amongst the heavens where she can still observe the earth and all her wolves. It takes but a turn after her absence for her to hear the howls, and the Moon realizes that this day would have been the day she would have visited the village. She…

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    ORIGINS by Ian King is more than a great story – it is a look at the origins of Halloween that will (or should) make you view this festive holiday somewhat differently – a look that just could cause you to ban this holiday forever! Exciting on the edge of your seat thriller that will make you think twice at every turn, as ordinary people (people like me and you) find themselves entrenched in the ways of Druids who have an agenda – an agenda of evil – and their focus is YOU! Below is an…

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    brutality suffered by the aborigines with the use rhetorical questions, anaphora, and juxtaposition. Stan Grant at the start of his speech uses rhetorical question “Who are we? What sort of country do we want to be?” and alliteration “We heard a howl. We heard a howl of humiliation” to state his arguments that make the audience reflect back on their actions and make them familiarize with the suffering the aboriginals…

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    The image that it shows is a gold painted number five over a fire truck. As many other imagist poems it appeals to the senses of hearing (line 10 “to gong clangs” and line 11“siren howls”) and sight (line 3 “I saw the figure 5”). The language that William Carlos Williams used in this poem is of common use, there are no longer complex words that need to be looked up in a dictionary. W.C. Williams was a near friend of Charles Demuth…

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    Communication within the wolf pack is an extremely essential adaptation. Howling can be used to contact other members of the pack and to seek assistance in hunting. All wolves howl in the same key but the pitch may vary. In fact, wolves in a pack will howl in different pitches to give the illusion that there are more wolves in the group. In addition to pack-wide adaptations, the wolf also has a symbiotic relationship with the raven. This means that the wolf and the…

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    The representation of acts mould the political outcomes and beliefs in order to position audiences in a state to favour their perspective.The play, is a dramatic allegory ‘The Crucible’ (1953), by Arthur Miller is set in late 17th century, and uses a myriad of language and theatrical techniques in order to represent the corruptive nature of power in order to save the reputation of the Puritan Church, and prove the power of politics over the motivations of individuals. Likewise explores the…

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    Sutherland who developed this theory, delinquency was a learned behavior and I believe this is true. But who and where do people learn the delinquency from? The other people who was interacted with them. “Who keeps company with the wolf will learn to howl” This sentence could be the good example for this theory, it means if you associate with criminal you will likely to become one soon. You will get influent from them bit by bit overtime, evenly if you are a good person but you hang out with bad…

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    is returned back to the normal world. This is my different ending for the book, from the place where Valentine has just taken the Mortal Cup. - In an instant, Valentine takes the Mortal Cup and an unconscious Hodge away. From the distance, a wolf’s howl sounds. “What was that?” Clary said. “A werewolf”. Suddenly, a six footed werewolf jumps down from the top of the Institute, and attacks Jace. “Jace!” Thrashing and battling, the wolf backs up as if it were obeying Clary’s thoughts. “Luke?” Luke…

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