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    Kraken Myths

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    Legends, a mix of truth and fantasy that's passed down for many of years and will continue to be passed down for many more. We’ve all heard legends of mystic beast roaming in the sea such as the kraken. The kraken has always been a legend in our stories, but what if it wasn't just a legend? It is said that all legends have a hint of truth in them the legend of the kraken is no different. Over years of evidence such as gigantic tentacles being found and constant stories of sea captains our thoughts of the legend of the kraken has become reality. Scientist all over the world started trying to find and capture these creatures. These legends of the kraken could they be true. The kraken a famous sea creature in legends speaking of how its tentacles…

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    The humans detect that it is a kraken, and they were right for sure. The Kraken lets out a screeching roar like a pot of tea and its readiness. Everybody freaks out and start running and the dragon is soaring and stalking his target, the lifeguard. He swoops in, but a large tentacle comes out of the ocean and takes the lifeguard. A kraken emerges. The dragon let out a huge loud scream. Then the dragon gets very mad and starts breathing large amount of fire. The fight begins with the dragon…

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    For my analysis, the story that I've chosen is the Kraken by Arthur Lord Tennyson. The poem itself is derivative of the Norse legend of the creature, a more than giant squid-like monster that was rumored to live off the coasts of Norway and Greenland. It is said that the legend of the Kraken is most likely based on sightings of giant squids, who - like the Kraken - lay in the depths, but have reportedly surfaced in order to cause havoc and attack sailing vessels. It is often the victim of wild…

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    INTRODUCTION The Chrysalids by John Wyndham is a scientific story of the future. Taken place after a nuclear holocaust that was sent by tribulation. The story is based on a very religious community called ‘’Waknuk’’, they believe in the ‘’True Image Of God’’ and anything that is not the image of god is known as a deviant, and will face great hardships. All the characters in this book are faced with different situations that will affect their future. I chose to write my essay on how and why…

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    The Chrysalids by John Wyndham - Utmost Faithful Beliefs As a glimpse into a possible near future, The Chrysalids by John Wyndham provides the reader with a dramatic sci-fi experience in a cruel, merciless world that experienced nuclear devastation. Being a post-atomic society, the citizens are left to pick up the pieces and start over. The little town of Waknuk consists of arrogant, narrow-minded, and paranoid people who believe that every person who does fit the true image of God, is the…

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    Invasion! This is summary from John Wyndhams the Kraken Wakes. This will be three hundred words. The story of the invasion from outer space by alien’s trying to destroy the human race. Phyl and Mike were relaxing down by the little harbour listening to a distant guitarist. When all of a sudden they heard the noise of the guitar drop and a voice call out. There was an increasing sound in the distances, People started asking questions from one to another. Half a dozen soldiers arrived, then…

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    statement. Thesis Statement This is the one complete sentence that your entire essay is attempting to explain or show.. Are you afraid of the sea? All of the unknown creatures. Almost all of the sea is unexplored. But there is one thing that has been terrorizing sailors and pirates. The kraken! If you haven't heard of the kraken it is a huge squid.…

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    Clash Of Titan Ordinary World Before there was a world there were three titans Zeus, Poseidon, and hiatus. Zeus own the sky and heaven, Poseidon control the sea, and Hiatus is left ruling the underworld. Hiatus has given birth to the kraken and Zeus gave birth .to a child that would change the world and his name was Perseus. At a young age he question that his parents won't love him anymore because he is not by blood and lived as a fisherman. Call To Adventure When the people took down the…

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    Archetypes in the Pirates of the Caribbean Series In the Pirates of the Caribbean series, there are many archetypical characters. Some of the archetypes represented are the good mother, a negative animal, shadow figure, and the trickster. The good mother is Tia Dalma, the bad animal is the Kraken, the shadow figure is Barbossa, and the trickster is Jack Sparrow. Tia Dalma would be the good mother in Pirates of the Caribbean. Tia Dalma is the person who Will Turner, Jack and Jack’s crew go to…

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    Jones. Davy Jones is a different myth, he is the supernatural ruler of the seven seas. The phrase “Davy Jones’ Locker” means dead sailors who were drowned and never found. He is supposedly based off of St. David and the story of Jonah and the Whale. In my opinion Davy Jones was too much “Hollywood” in the movie. The King of the Oceans shouldn’t have weaknesses. He falls in love with Calypso and tears out his heart when she is not faithful to him. He shouldn’t be the captain of a haunted ship.…

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