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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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    What Is The Kraken Legend

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    Veitaley Partida Ms. Cromwell English 3B 10 January 2018 The Legend of the Sea The Kraken a once feared name now in deemed a legend but its legend does still have a tale. Like how the squid could devour ships with their crew and similarities it has to the Architeuthis Dux a real squid that lives today. The Kraken is a Nordic legend that started around the 1180. At the time it was believed to live in the waters from Norway and Iceland. Although it doesn't haunt the seas from dawn to dusk it…

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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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    The Chrysalids is a book ultimately about prejudice, discrimination and moral values being challenged to its fundamental core. The story takes place in Waknuk, a world in which everyone who is not normal are considered mutants and freaks and must be sterilised in order to preserve their pre-thoughts of God’s image. Those who are “freaks” are believed to be the work of the devil. Yet, the tiny percentage of aberration within Waknuk such as the Sealanders believe that the normal are now the…

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    John Wyndham’s Chrysalids expresses the contrasting views, of the advances of civilization. The author describes these variant philosophies through unique personalities-a futuristic Sealand Woman, Jacob a senior farmer and a deviant Fringes soldier. A “chrysalis” is the metamorphosis of a caterpillar to an independent butterfly. Correspondingly, man forms drastic transformations, by breaking boundaries and sharing diverse insights. The Sealand Woman subscribes to…

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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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    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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    The Chrysalids by John Wyndham tells the story of a community where prejudice and intolerance is a way of life. The aim of this prejudice and intolerance is to protect the chosen from those who differ from legally-defined norm. However, the residents’ bigotry against mutants puts their personal safety at risk, and dooms them to a primitive mode of subsistence. Fear and suspicion permeate the lives of the villagers of Waknuk, turning parent against child. Moreover, the determination of community…

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