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    The world is a transcendent place, it is diverse, unique, and seemingly unreplicatable, but, in William Golding's Lord of the Flies the world is replicated. The small island on which a large group of English schoolboys become stranded after a mysterious plane crash is a perfect example of a microcosm, a little world. As the story progresses the boys become representations of humanity’s strongest and weakest aspects. Some will mirror leaders while others will take a more submissive role in the…

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    What’s wrong with society? That’s a question asked by John, Bernard, and Helmholtz in a “Brave New World”. “Brave New World” was written by Aldous Huxley. This book was set in a Dystopian future where people are cloned in the World State Society because procreating is frowned upon, and even the word mom is considered smut. Even though sex is normal and have rituals for it. They even use soma a drug that makes you feel happy and makes you forget all your other feelings. There are many things…

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    Aldous Huxley's dystopian novel, "Brave New World," is a satire discussing many different topics such as war, the advancement of technology, and the power of one government. "Brave New World" is set in the distant future where society has given up their freedom after a gruesome war, called the Nine Years War, in order to live happily without constant fear or hardship. To be able to uphold this happiness, the new world's government, also called the World State, creates many rules and standards so…

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    Ponithe A Short Story

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    sisters. Once she had aged and became a young woman, it was no different. As hard as her parents tried, they could not contain Ponithea. When she was sixteen, her parents had finally had enough. Her father, the ruling monarch, banished her to the island of Erimos. She was given a fortnight to pack her things, say goodbye to her family, and leave. “I shall never forget you, my child.” “Neither will I, mother.” “Here, take this, hopefully this will help you until I can save you.” Ponithea’s mother…

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    Providence Island My Legend Travel. The perfect vacation doesn’t have to be in a big luxury hotel or in a recognised Inland, there is an Island that always distinguishes itself from the others around the word because its real adventure options, funny and friendly diversion, and baste diversity of sea food. Providence Island is a mountainous Caribbean Island part of Colombia, lying midway between Costa Rica and Jamaica. My personal experience on a trip with my family to Providencia will let you…

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    John Greed Quotes

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    Brave New World Essay In Life we all experience detached periods or moments of separation from others, feeling alone, different, and inadequate but these times can also bring out the best in us, we develop skills, discover interests, mature in who we are. “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley is a book about a controlled futuristic society where people are placed in caste systems, conditioned to do a single job and always remain happy, however, we are introduced to a few people who may be viewed as…

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    paradises, what do you think about? Do you think about where that could possibly be, or how that could exist. I think of the island of St. Croix, a small virgin island just off the coast of Puerto Rico. It is an island of beauty, culture, and color. St. Croix is the most beautiful place I have ever seen, it looks like those pictures you see of small paradises. This tiny island is made up of huge hills covered in forests and surrounded by crystal clear water. The hills are so vast and tall…

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    Hawaii Climate Change

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    Hawaii would be a rather uncomfortable place to live by the end of this century. The number of tropical storms striking the archipelago, which is the strip of water containing the islands that make up Hawaii, is expected to rise in the Pacific. When climate change increases significantly, researchers from Japan, China and Hawaii have calculated an increase in the number of cyclones reaching the shores. On average an extra one or two cyclones per year are projected to affect Hawaii, as opposed to…

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    Ahh Hawaii Short Story

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    isn't as great as it sounds, criminals lurk ever alleyway and citizens cower in fear, no tourist knows the dark secrets that lie in this tropical land. But young Jim Holloway and his friends and family are unfortunate enough to crash on this secretive island, how will Jim save his friends and protect his family from the dangers ahead, find out by reading Separated! Jim was laying on the hot yellow…

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    Most of the islands are relatively small and easy to walk all around them with no more than an hour. Luxury hotels are located, each hotel on one whole island! Quite naturally, all the islands are surrounded by coral reefs which are driven waves and winds from reaching threaten and harm them. But outside the lagoon, it’s a whole different story , this…

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