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    13 tapes for the 13 reasons she committed suicide. Clay Jensen, the boy who had a crush on Hannah since he saw her, now has the tapes. He 's on them. He listens, waits for his tape and finds out why Hannah commits suicide. The first tape is for Justin Foley. He was Hannah 's first kiss and he over exaggerated the story. Clay remembers the the rumors and it was the first reason he didn 't get to know her freshman year. These rumors would affect her for the rest of her life. The second tape is…

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    She immediately rummages under the seat and found, a large black plastic trash bag, a roll of duct tape, and jerry-rigged a makeshift window. Shortly after she finishes, Clemmie Sue climbs into the pickup, her long curly grayish blonde hair is a mess of sopping tangles, and the mud had liberated her shoes from her feet. Clemmy Sue instantly notices…

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    is written by Jay Asher and is centered around Hannah Bakers suicide weeks before, and the effects of the audiotapes she left to explain her death. These tapes are listened to by our narrator Clay Jensen, who had worked with Hannah one summer, and developed a crush on her, however he never pursued it because of the rumors mentioned in the tapes. Thirteen Reasons Why explores betrayal, whether it be self-betrayal or betrayal by your peers, and the repercussions of people's actions, no matter how…

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    why they left. Thirteen reasons why follows thirteen experiences that combined convinced Hannah Baker to end her life. These accounts personally affect Clay Jenson, an amicable friend of Hannah, who receives the tapes without any clue as to why he is on them. As Clay listens to the tapes he is stunned as to who affected Hannah and what they did. This journal recounts Hannah’s path toward searching for her identity, finding love, and telling her truth. The search for exactly where Hannah would…

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    The figure was a snapshot frozen in time. Duct Tape on his mouth. Brown hair dripping with blood, brown eyes wide with shock. Patty was looking into a shockingly familiar face. His own. ----- [Dream Sequence] Nightmare - Matthew Version It was a worst case scenario dream - Matthew 's nightmare. The…

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    room back to only having one person. He placed the tape inside the recorder and pushed play. Back in his head, he wondered if this tape he will be listening to will be something that he 'll enjoy. Maybe even telling about it to his friends or family. Pushing the random thought aside, he continued. Static. This was a normal sound at the start, as the boy has been listening to tapes for the past three days. A scream could have happen, turning the tape into a horror story. Few seconds later,…

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    only writers who is read in the west, and is loyal to our government.” Wiesler is suspicious of Dreyman after his colleague says Dreyman is an honest man. Wiesler accepts a job from his superiors as he is driven by his own curiosity on Dreyman. He tape wires Dreyman’s apartment and eavesdrops conversations between playwright Dreyman, and his mistress, an actress, Christa-Maria Sieland. Later in the movie Wiesler realizes Dreyman is a loyal man after all, and that he has been hired to eavesdrop…

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    Egg Project Case Study

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    1 - Problem - How do I create a container that will keep my egg from cracking, sufficiently cushion the egg, hold it in place, and lower the pressure of it hitting the ground, without using any liquids or food item(ex. peanut butter)? How do I also make the project light enough to minimise the pressure of the impact on the ground on the egg? In addition, how can I keep the project straight and increase the air resistance of the project without a parachute? 2 - Hypothesis - If I were to use a…

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    Montgomery Monologue

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    My meeting with Noah Montgomery was very unexpected, and he was very aggravated by everything, especially the tape recorder. I'm not sure if his anger towards me is due to his mother, his fear, or something else entirely. After shutting off my tape recorder, he proceeded to answer every question I asked with a perfectly recited Shakespeare sonnet. It is clear that Noah's case will be a very difficult one, since he is unwilling…

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    disavowed getting interested in and composing classical music, innovated playing tape loop as a significant role in his music. In the most of his music of the late 1960, the ‘phasing process’ - two tape loops of the same recorded phrase are played at the same time, and slowly those tape loops become being out of synchronizing by giving different lengths of the two loops - was worked for the basis composition’s technique for the tape loop and eventually, this composition method gave birth to two…

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