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    When Chris first began his journey to the wild, he caught Jim Gallien’s eye while walking on the side of an Alaskan highway. Gallien offered Chris a ride, and shortly into their conversation he learned considerable amount concerning Chris’s plans to live in the Alaskan wilderness. According to Gallien, it was easy to notice how lacking Chris was in terms of supplies and knowledge about where he was going and what exactly he was getting himself into. For his time in the wilderness, Chris only packed a twenty-pound bag of rice to sustain him. Gallien recollected, “He wasn't carrying anywhere near as much food and gear you'd expect a guy to be carrying for that kind of trip.” (Krakauer 4) Gallien took pity on the boy and tried to steer him away…

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    Chris Grecious, was a seven year old boy with leukemia. More than anything he wished to become a police officer. In the spring of 1980, with the help of U.S. Customs Agent Tommy Austin and the Arizona Department of Public Safety Chris’ wish was able to come true. Unfortunately, the boy was not able to stop criminals at the age of seven but he did receive a his own DPS uniform, a “Smokey Bear” hat, some badges, and he earned a set of motorcycle officer wings. When the officers returned to present…

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    In The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman, a brave man remembers his horrific childhood journey. To begin with, he visits his old friend Lettie Hempstock’s old house. He finds Lettie’s mother still living there, and asks for permission to visit Lettie’s “ocean”. When he visits the small pond, some childhood memories start coming back to him. He begins to remember Lettie and her family, but most importantly, Ursula Monkton. The narrator’s thoughts take him back to the day when the opal…

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    Identity In Into The Wild

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    The purpose of writing Into the Wild is not relate the facts of a true adventure, but to show people that there is an escape from reality. Through McCandless, the wild was initially portrayed as harrowing and unpredictable, but as time went on McCandless learned to adapt to the wild, and bury himself from the flow of civilization. In the middle of McCandless’s travels, he encounters an elderly man named Ronald Franz. Franz, a man who seems to think he has fully lived, his life, sees a new…

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    Ratatouille Movie Analysis

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    development, and music. Not only did this make Ratatouille more successful in the box office, but this also helped movie-goers fondly keep the film in their memories. In conclusion, these attributes all help to make this movie a classic in my book. SOURCES Atkinson, Nikki. “The Use of Anthropomorphism in the Animation of Animals.” 2003, ncca.bournemouth.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/NAtkinsonInnovations.pdf. Accessed 5 May 2018. Bird, Brad. Interviewed by Scott Collura and Eric Moro.…

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    Tina Fey Research Paper

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    I want to be able to promote the same positivity in the shows I create, and headline my own projects with creativity and drive. Both Tina and I have a witty sense of humor where we use and make fun of our personality quirks and others habits. She comes across as sassy and sweet showing her audience that she can own it without being offensive and vulgar like Rosie O’Donnell or Janeane Garofalo. She is more like the writer Elaine May. I am sweet, but some things that come out of my mouth shock…

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