Lucas Scott

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  • Personal Narrative: One Tree Hill

    What television show character are you most like and why? One Tree Hill was a show that I refused to watch. I knew mom’s that were obsessed with this teen show, and that was just not something I wanted to be a part of. So when finals came around last year, I decided it was time to watch One Tree Hill. I loved it. I became invested in the show, the characters and the story line. I could not figure out what it was about the show that made me love it, that made me feel like I related to it so much until I had to answer this question. Brooke Davis, from One Tree Hill is who I relate to. Putting myself in the same category as Brooke Davis is big shoes to fill, but in many ways, I believe we are similar. Brooke is bold, living life to the fullest, never letting anyone tell her what she can or can not do. She loves hard and works harder, always holding out for what she knows is best for her. Brooke wasnt always like this, she evolved into this. Her years in high school forceShe is a support system to her friends, no matter what is going on in her own life. If you could relive a moment in your life, which would it be and why? The high school that I graduated from, Scottsdale Christian Academy, was very unique. My graduating class was 53 people and most of them had been in the same class since Kindergarten. Everyone talks about what a community these people are and how you truly will have them, and the school, for the rest of your life. So with my four years at this school, I…

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  • Dystopian Conformity

    own future best. Dystopian fiction is a sub-genre under speculative fiction that undermines the fears of society in its given context. In modern dystopias, this is often through the use of a totalitarian government or in an environment of absolute control. However, in a teeming civilization, it may only take an individual to break this conformity. Thus, effective dystopias best express the faults in a civilization of often an oppressed society, by exploring the idea of individuality, a natural…

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  • One Tree Hill Analysis

    Days go by and still no sign of Nathan. Although, he is not fed or hydrated and he is being beaten and threatened the whole time, Nathan scott does not lose hope. He never loses the fire from his eyes. In season 9 episode 10 he says while still kidnapped “ There was a moment when I was lost, when they had beaten me. And I decided to beg them to let me live to see my beautiful wife,my son, and my daughter. To breathe another breath and lie in the sun and just live. But begging them wouldn’t…

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  • Depression Interview Essay

    An Interview with Lucas Depression has affected the lives of countless people in this world, and it continues to affect countless more each day. These people, though ridden with extreme suffering, are sometimes the most amazing and sincere you will ever meet. Lucas is a man I’ve known since I was 5, and I have seen him go through one of the roughest types of depression. What follows is and interview and an attempt to dive into the mind of the depressed and consequently, find out the ways one…

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  • Analysis Of Child Observation

    around and around. He likes to ride on his toys and push his baby stroller around the house and doesn’t ever have to stop and turn around. Lucas Leon David Brasuell is 20 months old; he is the first grandchild…

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  • Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed Analysis

    Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed, David Trueba’s 2013 film won five Goya Awards, Spain’s equivalent of Hollywood’s Oscars, after its release and became Spain’s nomination for the category of Best Foreign Film at the 2015 Academy Awards and for good reason. With a meaningful message and an ode to the effect The Beatles had on the world, accompanied with the images of the sun drenched, warm Andalusian landscape and an award winning music score written by Pat Metheny, the film “is both a farewell to…

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  • Language Techniques In Avatar

    The movie I am analysing is Avatar (2009) it is directed and written by James Cameron who also co- produced the movie with Jon Landau , the music was provided by James Horner and the cinematography by Mauro Fiore . The movie grossed of 700 million in the United States alone while international it made over 2 billion making it the highest grossing film of all time. James Cameron began writing the movie in 1994 and was supposed to begin shooting it in 1997 after finishing his other movie titanic…

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  • Personal Narrative: Spring Formal Dance At Phoenix High School

    It’s a private, important conversation between me and Grace.” Mason says “I don’t trust you being alone with Grace.” Grace says, “Maybe later we can talk Lucas. After I calm down, come Maya and Mason lets go get some Dutch Bros.” Mason and Maya walks Grace down the hallway with Grace in the middle. But Lucas didn’t give up, he begged Grace to give her five minutes to explaining. Grace was getting a headache, too much thoughts were going through her mind. The dance is coming up, she still needs…

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  • David Fincher Alien 3 Analysis

    In 1992 David Fincher made his directorial debut with Alien 3. Fincher’s film was the third entry in the Alien franchise following the critically acclaimed films Alien and Aliens directed by Ridley Scott and James Cameron, respectively. Unfortunately, Alien 3 was poorly received by moviegoers, as well as Fincher himself. There was studio interference in the making of Alien 3, so much so that Fincher has disowned the film and to this day still does not consider it his film. David Fincher…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci Meaning

    Introduction Leonardo Da Vinci was an illegitimate son of a notary named Ser Piero and a peasant girl Caterina Leonardo. He was born on April, 15 1452, in Vinci, Italy which was just outside Florence. After spending his short life with his mother, Leonardo’s custody was given to his father as his mother married someone in the neighboring town. As his parents lived separate life, they gifted him with 17 half sisters and brothers. Leonardo’s love and connection with paintings started in small age…

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