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    The Ewoks are much smaller compared to the avatar. The Ewoks use spears, bows, slings, and knives as weapons. They use hang gliders to navigate to places just as how the Na’vi had used the mountain banshee. They were quick learners especially when they took over the robot with the machine guns that were attacking their friends. The Ewoks also helped against technology from overtaking the world and diminishing it. The Ewoks had helped Princess Leia and Han Solo by destroying the shield generator. The Ewoks have their own native tongue the Ewokese and no other person can speak this other than C-3PO. They are also very religious especially when they had a ritual to make Han Solo and Luke Skywalker their dinner. The Ewoks thought that C-3PO was their god and they treated him lots of respect and listened to him to let go of Han Solo and Luke Skywalker. They also had a sacred tree, the Great Tree, which they thought were the descendants just as Na’vi. They still did primitive acts such as hunt for foods, herbs, and berries. Their house was made in a tree trunk and there lived families of the chief. Both had a running head of the clan that would guide them. They also had festival and…

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    Mark Hamill and Patrick stewart Mark Hamill and Patrick Stewart have very similar careers in science fiction and voice acting but there are a lot of differences between them. First of all Mark Hamill was born in 1951 in on september 25 in Oakland California,on the other hand Patrick Stewart was born in Mirfield England. While Mark grew up with seven siblings, Patrick grew up with his brother in a two room house. Mark Hamill’s and Patrick Stewart’s first acting careers were very similar,…

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    incorporating horror elements, science-fiction movies are wildly popular among fans (Goodykoontz, 2014). As a subgenre of fantasy, science fiction enables viewers to relate to themes from an idealized alternative version of reality (Edwards, 2014). Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope is a feature-length film that fits this genre perfectly. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope unfolds as princess named Leia is held hostage by the evil Imperial forces in their effort to quell the rebellion against…

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    Based on the book Song Of The Buffalo Boy by Sherry Garland, the theme is “Never give up” Some possible reasons for this being the theme is how in the beginning, the steps Loi takes to be with Khai instead of marrying Officer Hiep, in the middle how she lived on the streets of Saigon, and finally at the end how all her earlier efforts payed off. One reason why the theme is “never give up” is how she tried to change Officer Hiep’s opinion on marrying her. She changed the recipe and ingredients…

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    China is a country with a vast cultural and historical background. It is a country with four billon people with extreme cultural diversity, which is nourished by different philosophies of its own. These philosophies are the beginning ideas of Chinese morality and spiritual belief, which were enriched by different intellectual heroes like Confucius. Confucius was born in 551 B.C at the end of the Chou dynasty as a descendent of dispossessed noble family. “His ancestors were of…

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    My Hero's Journey

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    He was more infatuated with the idea of being in love with a princess than the actual princess herself. Another, was writing the book of his journey to the east, as I am doing now because of the sacredness of the league. After discussing with Leo later on our journey, only then did HH realize he was no longer in the league. This was a tragic mistake that HH had made along the way, was forgetting what he was there for in the first place. The biggest mistake of all that HH endured was the selling…

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    (Callwood 323). Ironically, she seems to describe her own husband as perfectly imperfect, since she implies he is not perfect, but still has the characteristics of perfection that she has described. Callwood seems to emphasize multiple times the importance of selecting a partner who has the ability to compromise . This is because relationships are built on the ability to solve and learn from disagreements. Despite a heightened awareness and realization among today’s youth of the fact that…

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    After the three blind queens were exiled, the second queen refused to eat her son, with hopes that one they will be liberated for their pitiful state. The father of the seven sons, the wicked nursemaid, and the step mother all had somewhat anger in them, resulting to their actions. The father cursing his sons because of their nose, the nursemaids requiring the eyes of the three princesses and taking over the entire kingdom, the step mother taking all the children from the silent princess just to…

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    Cimorene Dragon Quotes

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    Cimorene was very encouraging towards other princesses especially the princess, Alianora and taught her not to feel sheepishly about her choices. For example, “Cimorene explained about the sign and Therandil and her “sprained ankle. Alianora was impressed and promised to help if she could’’ (71). This exemplifies how Cimorene inspires other princesses to be reckless and take a stand. If Cimorene had stayed home, she would have never encouraged Alianora to be a strong woman. Alianora would just…

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    about an earlier encounter with a prince. This particular ride consisted of four fairy godmothers, two princes, and one princess. At first, I was expecting them all to pull out their phones, but then a fairy godmother spoke. “How’s your day going?” directed at the two princes. They looked up from their devices and had a normal conversation with the girls. There were even a few laughs from all participants! How magical! The dragon opened the door, defeated on this particular ride. However, the…

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