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    manner that makes them appealing (or appalling) to the readers. His greatest success in this area is Boxer, with his mottoes, "Napoleon is always right" and "I will work harder". On the symbolic level, Boxer represents the Russian workers who trusted Stalin and made enormous sacrifices to ensure the success of the October Revolution. In the book he is one of the most sympathetically drawn characters whose eventual fate, being sent to the knacker's yard, is both shocking and moving. The character of Napoleon is also intriguing for the reader. His early involvement in the rebellion gives him status among the animals but he quickly becomes withdrawn and operates through intermediaries. His gradual corruption, from stealing the milk just after the Battle of the Cowshed, through to his final appearance cheating at cards, forms a compelling background to the animals' struggles. His various sins are documented and underlined by the changes carried out to the Seven Commandments by Squealer until eventually the whole charade is overthrown by the cruelly cynical…

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    Dating the “Right Way” is an endeavor that we should all aim to do. Many of you may ask, “What is dating the right way exactly? Well, what I mean is, getting out of this mindset where we believe that, “I think someone is super attractive, why shouldn’t I just go for it”! This my friend, is one of the common misconceptions of dating in our current society. Dating is an interaction between two individuals who share an interest in one another. In dating, each person gets to know the other through a…

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    The biggest debate that we have as parents is the right way to discipline our children. What is the right way? Is there a right way? There are many parenting styles and many opinions on how to discipline and if those styles are effective. That’s why I chose this topic to explore the styles and opinions of parents. Not only do I want to explore the opinions of the parents but also how culture and religion amongst many other things play a role in disciplining children. The four most recognized…

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    In my opinion, I think that immigration should be legal. I also think that it should be done the right way. It may be a lot of work to fill out papers and to come at the right time, but I think that this would help not only people when they get over here, but it would also help the U.S. keep track of everyone who's living here. If someone comes over illegally, right now, they don’t have very many resources. They are not able to contact the police if something of theres has been stolen or broken…

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    As a child, having rules to follow wasn’t unheard of with my family. There was always a way to behavior with friends/family, at school, at home and out in the street. Often I found myself getting into trouble because I didn 't listen and also the fact that I always found some kind of way to slipping out of having to doing something that I knew I was supposed to do. But out of all the people in my family my mom was the strictest. When expectations set high, not meaning them meant my siblings and…

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    But this difference does not mean that one way is right and the other one is wrong. Quite to the contrary, both O’Brien and Bowker can learn from each other and deal with Kiowa’s death in an even better way. “The Man I Killed” and “Ambush” both concern O’Brien’s feelings of guilt over killing an enemy combatant. Guilt is often associated with death. When a friend or loved one dies, the people left behind often feel that they could have rendered more assistance during the person’s life. These…

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    says “’I can ‘member Grandma Dee without the quilts’” (par. 74) showing that she will always remember the times they had together. Mama is also seen as a character of symbolic importance because of her ways of seeing situations throughout the story. She talks about a dream she had, going on a game show and re-uniting with her daughter when she herself weighs one hundred pounds lighter. Farrell reminds us, “It is important to remember, thought, that this Johnny Carson daydream is Mama’s…

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    purpose, and point. At first glance, the image simply consists of a wolf seemingly attacking a woman in a field of grass surrounded by trees. Yet, there is a story behind it. A reason for why it set up the way it is and it deserves to be further analyzed aside from whatever first impression a viewer was able to gather from…

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    He knew that the only way to keep Inka out of the path of danger was to tackle the man before he neared her, or in other words, as soon as humanly possible. He jumped, pinning him to the ground as sirens rang nearer. Oliver decided to take a shower to try and clear his head. As the water rushed down his body, he realized that any day could easily be his last. Inka had left the city for a few weeks with family on a vacation. After a few minutes of thinking, Oliver decided to write a letter to…

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    When we look upon ourselves we think of two things who we are and were we came from this just a normal way that humankind has always thought of themselves. Firstly they ask who they are as if there very exsitence may not be valid even though there right in front of you flesh and bone. Everyone has a purpose in life but believe that if they dont do anything remarkable that stands out that there mere life is just that nothing. We as homosapiens believe in a convaluded way of reasoning and since…

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