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  • Holy Short Summary: Artemis Vs. Butler

    One controversial issue that takes place near the end of the story, one I did not want to mention in the summary, so I would not give too much of the book away. But obviously that isn't going to happen, so I will tell you anyways. When they first travel to the end of the rainbow to capture the fairy, the bring them back to a hidden cave so they can take shelter until L.E.P.R.U comes after Artemis and Butler. One the other side Holy Shorts the female fairy leader of the L.E.P.R.U gets a small…

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  • The Legend Of The Hobbit

    Myths, legends, and folktales. Are the words that describes the hobbit.And i'm here to tell You about the hobbit, the positive and negative traits. Also the question that is echoing Is what is more important at this point is intelligence or physical strength. The Hero and title character of The Hobbit, Bilbo is by far the novel’s most important figure. Bilbo’s thoughts, feelings, and actions form the focus of the novel and shape its plot. Bilbo’s central role is underscored…

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  • What Does Green Symbolize In The Wizard Of Oz

    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was written by L. Frank Baum and the colors in this story represent the different regions in the different towns and cities the characters visit. Green represents the Emerald City where Oz resides, yellow represents the Yellow Brick Road which leads to the Emerald City, the color red represents the Quadlings, and the color blue represents the Munchkin Country. The color green represents the Emerald city. However anyone who enters into…

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  • Summary Of Bilbo's Retrieval Of The Gold In The Mountain

    greedy and received and unfortunate ending. • The Hero – “The roar of his voice was like drums and guns; and he tossed wolves and goblins from his path like straws and feathers. He fell upon their rear, and broke like a clap of thunder through the ring.” (Tolkien, 291). During the end of the War, the allies were losing and it seemed that it was the end for them. The winning side shifted when Beorn arrived in his bear form and was the leading factor in the victory.…

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  • Norse Mythology Influence

    yet were ever present, and their deadly voices rent the air” (Return of the King, p. 97). These men are the original bearers of the nine Rings of Power given to them by Sauron. With prolonged use of the gifted rings, the rings’ powers eventually usurp the kings’ physical beings, rendering them ghost-like. Sauron commands the powers of these men via his One ring. Both Odin and Sauron resort to forced servants to do their ill biddings, to build an army to later use in battle. The two characters’…

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  • Hobbit And Totalitarianism

    Sales of the Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings exploded in the mid-1960s, hippies liked Tolkien’s vision because of its environmentalism, feminism and anti-war stance. They also enjoyed that many of the characters of Middle Earth are drawn to hallucinogenic plants. The hobbits used hallucinogenic drugs and this may have started the movement to reading the story. The environmentalism view of Tolkien can be seen in The Lord of the Rings, when Saruman destroys forests to create his army.…

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  • Fellowship Of The Ring Literary Analysis

    The Fellowship of the Ring is the first out of the three books in The Lord of the Rings. The Lord of the Rings is named Sauron, the Dark Lord, who lost this One Ring that contains much of his soul and power. He has an overriding desire and power to reclaim the Ring and use it to enslave all of Middle-earth. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a quest literature, a quest is what happens when a character or more than one character travels to a faraway destination with a purpose and desire of…

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  • The Bear And The Bow Analysis

    "The Bear and the Bow" is the sixth episode of the fifth season of the American fantasy drama series Once Upon a Time. The action in this ten minutes part of the episode takes place in the functional seaside town of Storybroke - Maine in the present, and in Camelot in the past (six weeks ago), which residents are actually characters from various fairy tales and other stories transported to the real world.Episodes usually have one segment that details the characters' past lives that, when…

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  • Literary Devices Used In Lord Of The Flies Analytical Essay

    What’s your biggest fear? Spiders? Heights? In Lord of the Flies a novel written by William Golding a group of boys crash land on an island and have to learn how to survive or die. Fear of a so-called beast who dwells on the island ends up corrupting the boys. It ends up destroying the utopian look of the island. This highlights the dystopian theme. Throughout the book the author uses many literary elements to give the novel an allegorical side. Some of the literary elements he uses are irony,…

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  • How Is Piggy Presented In Lord Of The Flies

    Have you ever wanted to do something so badly but you just weren't qualified to do it? Well in “Lord of the Flies” written by William Golding, Piggy is used to represent an adult like an adult like figure. We see throughout the book Piggy is a leader for Ralph and uses his Super ego and confident ideas to help Ralph in keeping civilization alive, even though it causes harm to Piggy. Piggy really isn't like the other boys both physically and mentally. ”He is physically different from the other…

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