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  • The Plot In James Hilton's Lost Horizon

    Lost Horizon is a fantasy, fiction, and adventure based 1933 novel by English writer James Hilton. James Hilton was born on 9 th September 1990 in Lancashire, England. He was from a reputed family where his father was a headmaster of a school. It was published by Macmillan, an international publishing company that publishes books, academic journals and magazines worldwide in the year 1933. The book was turned into a movie, also called Lost Horizon in 1937 by director Frank Capra. The book has…

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  • The Rings Of Saturn Literary Analysis

    Critical Analysis “Rings of Saturn” is a book written differently then any book I’ve encountered. I was very hesitant to allow myself to enjoy it at the start. The novel seems to have little to no organization which can make keeping up quite a challenge until you understand this is no ordinary novel and you cannot read it as such. Constantly while reading this I found myself putting the piece together and slowly I began to understand that there was method to the madness. Kristina Ten said not…

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  • The Keystone XL Pipeline In The Lord Of The Rings

    Tom Bombadil was a character portrayed as both a god-like figure, and a man who deeply cared for the Earth. Lady Galadriel is another character in The Lord of the Rings that also possesses god-like characteristics while simultaneously living a sustainable life. Both Tom and Galadriel are examples of powerful creatures living a balanced life, therefore portraying Tolkien’s respect for nature and strong spirituality. Religion was a very important part of Tolkien’s life. He was a Christian and…

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  • The Culper Spy Ring

    American history. The Culper Spy Ring epitomized espionage during the American Revolution by providing detailed insider information from behind enemy lines. Under the nose of the British, one of the most superlative members of the Culper Spy Ring was Anna Smith Strong, who was the vital communication link for Abraham Woodhull to provide information on British activities to Caleb Brewster, who then reported to General George Washington. Her actions solidified the Culper Spy Ring and the…

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  • The Transformation Of Bilbo In The Hobbit, By J. R.

    succeed. Gandalf is the one that has to instill the confidence in Bilbo and force him to go on the journey. Bilbo maintains this pessimistic mindset until he stumbles upon a ring of power. This ring allows the wearer to become invisible and this gives Bilbo a great confidence boost. He is the one in possession of this great ring so he realizes that he should use it’s power for the greater good of Middle-Earth. BIlbo says “Go back? No good at all! Go sideways? Impossible! Go forward? That's the…

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  • Short Story Narrative: The Adventures Of The Dragon

    Short Story Narrative -"My safety?", said the Dragon confused. "Yes" said the Gen, "your safety". "And, how are you supposed to do that?" Said the Dragon. "I will create a spell to protect this island and no one will be able to come in but me," said the Gen, "and what happens if I refuse to your deal". Said the Dragon with a challenging voice. "Then I shall make another spell but this one will bring you enemies, and I won't let you get out of this island, so you'll be trapped, and I'll never…

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  • Similarities Between Beowulf And The Hobbit

    The connections of heroism and parallels found in Beowulf and Tolkien’s the Hobbit are not new. For instance, the subject was written about in Roger Sales Modern Heroism and James Hodge’s essay “The Heroic Profile of Bilbo Baggins” (Glenn). J.R.R. Tolkien was a professor of English and loved the tale of Beowulf. Being as it may, its easily imaginable that some scenes, characters, and symbols made it into his book, the Hobbit. Others have also stated that Tolkien’s essay Of Monsters and Critics…

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  • Jules Verne's Journey

    Introduction “Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Jules Verne is a novel that truly dives the reader into the center of the earth through striking portrayals, itemized clarifications, and the "eye witnessed" records of the storyteller. On the most fundamental level, Journey is an experience story, a story of the hindrances, experiences, and ponders. The unpredictable researcher Professor Hardwigg discovers headings to the center of the earth in an old book and sets out, alongside his nephew…

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  • Summary Of Dinky's Dilemma

    Chapter 1: Dinky’s Dilemma Dinky was an elf. As everyone knows there are many kinds of elves. There are shoe elves, cookie elves, and forest elves, and there are Christmas elves. Dinky was a forest elf. It’s not that he didn’t like being an elf. Dinky, just didn’t want to be a forest elf. For as long as he could remember in his short 12 years of life, Dinky had always wanted to be a Christmas elf. Wouldn’t it be grand to live at the North Pole with Santa year round and make toys? Every six…

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  • Character Analysis: The Two Towers

    Frodo and his friends are doing everything possible to stop the evil forces of Sauron. Some are trying to defeat Sauraman’s forces first and frodo, accompanied by his loyal friend Sam, are in their way to Mordor to destroy the One and most powerful ring. While some of the heroes encounter giant living trees, wizards, and huge orc armies, Frodo and Sam are led to Mordor by a corrupted little creature called Gollum. They could achieve victory against sauron or fail making all of Middle-Earth…

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