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  • The Effects Of Scrooge In A Christmas Carol

    The Future is determined by one’s action in the present, So when given a chance to look at the future, people will want to come back to the present, and change their actions for a better future. In the novella A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Scrooge, the main character, is a wicked and grumpy man to start with. As four ghost visits him, with the ghost of future as the most influential, Scrooge becomes a caring, joyful man. All the ghosts are important in the development of Scrooge, but none more important than The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. He shows Scrooge of the consequences , and makes Scrooge acknowledge the alteration of his behavior. Although The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is the most influential spirit, some might argue that the previous spirits are more important. The first spirit was Jacob marley, he doesn’t have a lot of influence on Scrooge’s change, except for warning him about the spirits yet to come. The ghost of christmas past makes Scrooge regret his actions, and the The Ghost of Christmas present gives Scrooge human emotions, like happiness and empathy. While all the spirits have affected Scrooge in some way, the Ghost of Christmas past shows Scrooge a past that could not be changed, and the The Ghost of Christmas Present, shows Scrooge things that is happening.On the other hand, The Ghost Of Christmas Yet to Come shows Scrooge that he could decide to change his future by modifying his behavior. The ghost shows him that if he change, he…

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  • Jack Skellington: The King Of Halloween Town

    In this movie, Jack Skellington is recognized as the ‘King of Halloween’ in Halloween Town. They celebrate Halloween every year, but Jack has grown tired of the same ceremony every year and decides to switch things up after visiting the world of Christmas. He decides this year he’d like to become Santa Claus and perform Christmas himself. After kidnapping the real Santa Claus, Jack gets all of Halloween Town to work together to make toys and prepare for Jack to go off on Christmas and deliver…

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  • Jack Wills Brand Analysis

    aims to improve the performance of Jack Wills via using the 4D Branding framework to analyse and compare among the Jack Wills, Hollister Co. and Clarks shoes. Jack Wills is a preppy British brand which was launched in 1999 in Salcombe, Devon, designing British heritage-inspired goods for the university crowd. The brand and design strategy is using the finest quality materials, techniques and design to deliver distinctive connection between the old and new, epitomising what it is to be young and…

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  • Miracle League Narrative

    The park was crowed as everyone cherished his last game. It was a special moment, the kids felt like rockstars.Their laughs and smiles brightened up my day. "Darryl!" I turned around and saw Jack racing full speed towards me. He gave me a high five that stung my hand, and we talked for a little while. The game was about to start, so we headed towards the field. I could smell the popcorn in the air, and Jack said he wanted some so I bought it. "Today 's my last game" said Jack "are you coming…

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  • Wonder By R. J Palacio Summary

    1. THEME: The theme in the realistic fiction story Wonder by R.J Palacio is, it doesn’t matter what’s on the outside it’s the inside that counts. I know that’s probably the most cliche saying ever but, it’s true especially in the book Wonder. I say this because the main character August isn’t very well liked at first by anyone but Summer, because of the way he looks, this is especially sad because August has an amazing personality according to Jack, Jack says “... if all the guys in the fifth…

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  • Advantages And Limitations Of The Media

    Medium • What medium or media does the communication take advantage of?  The advantage of this advertisement is it has a well know character known as the Hulk from the popular Marvel franchise. Also it helps kids who see this advertisement lose the fear of getting hurt since their favorite character also gets hurt. • What are the strengths and limitations of the media used?  The strengths of the advertisement are that people that who watch the Avengers and read the Marvel Incredible Hulk…

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  • Ethos: A Character Analysis

    When given the task of creating both a whole new superhero and comic script, I was shocked by the amount of control and creativity I would have throughout the process. Creating my own personal hero is what excited me most as a writer, although I realized how hard it is to truly be original in the world of comics. Since Superman’s grand debut in 1938 it would seem as though every superpower has been thought of. The “roadblock” of creating an original hero pushed my creativity and lead to my…

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  • Kennedy Assassination And Jfk Assassination

    over now!” Two days later, after an extensive police interview, Oswald is transported down to the basement of the Dallas Police Headquarters, where he would is to be transported to an armored car and taken to a nearby county jail. Suddenly, at 11:21 p.m., Jack Ruby steps from the crowd of news reporters yelling,”Hey Oswald!,” and shoots Oswald in the chest with a .38-Caliber Colt Cobra handgun. Ruby is arrested, but later dies of bronchogenic carcinoma, commonly called lung cancer. Shorty after…

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  • John F. Kennedy's Assassination

    Kennedy passed away at Parkland Memorial Hospital shortly after he was shot at age 46. Oswald was found leaving the scene of the shooting and was later faced to police officer J.D. Tippit, who Oswald shot and killed. While Oswald was being taken to county jail on November 24, 1963, he was killed by Jack Ruby. Jack Ruby was a nightclub owner. When the authorities were preparing for Oswald to be transported by an armored car to the county jail, Ruby stepped out from a swarm of reporters and shot…

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  • Comparing The Man And The Dog In Jack London's To Build A Fire

    In the short story, "To Build a Fire" by Jack London, a man is hiking with a dog through the Klondike towards a camp containing other travelers in below seventy-five-degree temperatures. Throughout the story, he experiences many obstacles along his path due to nature and his own misdoings. He is unable to identify and interpret the correct measures to take, making his trek much more difficult, and this, along with the glacial temperatures, is what ultimately results in the man's death. Because…

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