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    I have been busy reading more of Meg Cabot’s All American Girl. In All American Girl, Sam has been forced into going to drawing lessons. Her first lesson at the studio did not go so well. Sam was humiliated and by the time her next lesson came around she was not going to lose her pride again. Instead of going to her drawing lesson, Sam chose to go to a music store, Static. In the store she sat next to a middle-aged man in an army uniform, listening to Billy Joel’s Uptown Girl. They both exited out of Static and noticed that the president’s motorcade was coming. The flashing lights weren’t a big surprise; the fact that the president exited the limo was a surprise. Mr. Uptown Girl was retrieving something from his coat pocket, a black pistol. The only thing Sam could think of doing was jumping on the back of Mr. Uptown Girl, causing him to lose his…

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    Kate the Great by Meg Cabot reveals that growing up is a challenge for everyone no matter who you are. Friendships may not last forever or as long as you hope. As you read the story Kate comes to the weinman's house where Jenny was babysitting their child. Kate ruined the babysitting job for jenny and gave her a bad reputation. “Kate I said the Tv’s too loud. It’s upsetting Molly. Kate looked down at Molly. She likes it.” (Cabot, 34) Jenny is crying on her porch when patric comes to…

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    Allie Finkle's Rules For Girls is a series of novels by Meg Cabot the New York Times bestselling author that is best known for writing over 80 novels in the children's, young adult, and adult genres. Meg was born in Bloomington, Indiana but lived in Carmel, California and Grenoble in France before she moved to New York after getting her fine arts bachelors degree from Indiana University. She worked fro a decade at the New York University where she was assistant residence hall director an…

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    Stereotypes In Family Guy

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    Stereotypes are a common occurrence in everyday life, but they show unreasonable expectations. It puts labels on a group of people according to their sex, race, religious views, or other facts. A group of people that is commonly stereotyped in the media today are Jews. When thinking of Jews, an individual may call to mind a few things, such as all Jews are obsessed with money, bad at sports, white, and have big noses. The television show on FOX called Family Guy does not help to contradict the…

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    stories, “A Wrinkle in time” by L’Engle, and “The Hunger Games” by Collins. Madeleine L’Engle’s novel, “A Wrinkle in Time,” tells the story of Meg Murry, a young girl who is transported on an adventure through time and space. Meg is an awkward, but loving girl, troubled by her insecurities and her concern for her father. Mr. Murry, Meg’s father, is a great scientist who was sent by the federal government to the planet Camazotz. Her father’s mission was to defeat IT; however, he has now been…

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    Bradbury’s novel, Fahrenheit 451, portrays a society where all books are outlawed. If a book was found in someone’s house not only would the book be burned, but the house along with everything the person owned would be burned too. Montag knew this when he took the risk of hiding books, and in the end, that risk ended up costing him. Unfortunately, our society too is censoring books in which are considered “bad” by certain people. One of these books is A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle due…

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    Hadley Watson Dr. Keith Hale English 1213 Composition II 10 October 2016 European Encounters with the Beothuk Before European interaction, the natives of Newfoundland, the Beothuk, estimated a population of less than one thousand inhabitants (Pastore). John Cabot, sailing under the authority of England, sailed to the east coast of Canada in 1497, which lead to the first recorded foreign interactions with the Beothuk people. The Beothuk initially avoided the Europeans. However, England’s greed…

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    Wilson's Reforms

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    As such the only one of the points he could negotiate was the creation of the League of Nations which would enforce the new world order that he had not been successful in getting anyone to agree to. The treaty, as it was created put heavy restrictions on the German people, forcing them to give up their colonies, taking their territory, and forcing them to pay $35 billion in reparations after admitting total guilt in the war. It did not open the seas, allow self-determination for colonies, or…

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    Jim Crow Laws In America

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    However Wilson wanted to keep the treaty and some legislatures opposed the acceptance. Example of one who opposed the paris treaty was Senator Henry Cabot Lodge his overall claim was “Mankind suddenly virtuous by a statute or written constitution, “ basically saying that people were not ready to accept coherency with good heart no matter if its instituted by a written document. for it was wilson who assured the nation that joining the League of Nations would prevent war simply because a…

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    Meg Cabot's short story, “Kate The Great”, proves you shouldn't let others be in control of you. Jenny thinks Kate is a snob and plain rude. While Jenny and Kate have had a decent friendship, it has gone down hill. Molly, the baby, has cried nonstop, Kate thinks it’s normal while Jenny knows something is up. “Kate,” Jenny said, “The tv’s too loud. It's upsetting Molly.” As Kate flips through channels stating, “She likes it.” (Cabot, 34) Jenny has realized she shouldn’t let Kate tell her what…

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