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    said to Rick as he slinked out of the vehicle. Rick took to noticing the large gold chain and flashy rings he was wearing, right away. Not to mention the pathetic corn rows hidden under his do-rag. “What up, playa?” “Sup?” Rick nodded back at Jamie, but he didn’t catch Rick’s sarcastic undertones. “I’m glad you’re here, J-Dog.” Rick then said brandishing a wide smile. Because not only do I have your money, but I thought you’d also like a couple of genuine-fur coats I had stashed away up in the attack. I thought maybe you could use them in your rap video. You know, give it that straight-up pimpin’ look?” “Oh, word, dawg?” Jamie said with an upward inflection to his voice. “Yeah, lemme check those out.” “Sure, J-Dog,” Rick said with a smirk curling up from his lips. “They’re just over there behind that old washer and dryer next to the oak tree.” “Oh, Aw-ight, word.” responded…

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    "It's A Beautiful Day to Save Lives" Breaking news! A medical drama television show, which first aired in 2005, has taken America by storm. If you're like me, you must be deathly bored on week nights. Always searching high and low for something to occupy your time! Call off the search dogs, and turn on the TV. We've found the perfect solution for your Thursday nights, if you want to watch it on ABC's network. Even better, we've found the perfect solution for every night if you're a netflix…

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    Sandra Oh Killing Eve

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    BBC America’s series #Killing Eve made a killer impact with audiences on Sunday, following up a strong first installment with another action-packed episode. The psychological thriller chronicles two women, in adversarial roles, who become obsessed with each other. Jodie Comer plays female assassin Villanelle with gusto; while Sandra Oh’s (formerly of Grey’s Anatomy) depiction of MI5 operative Eve may garner the Canadian actress more Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards. At times, you…

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    looked like apartment complexes a guy who looked about the same age as me Smiled at me “ did you get a card ?” he asked I nodded “ Empress ” I said pulling out the tarot card “ Death ” he said pulling out his I smiled “ shall we ?” he asked pulling out his elbow I smiled “ We shall ” I said linking my arms with his “ by the way I never got your name ” he said “ Lilac Montgomery what's yours ” I said “ jack wilder ” he answered I nodded when we got to the sixth floor I heard two familiar…

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    Practical Magic

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    Movie Review: Practical Magic The story begins by involving a family that has had witches for 300 years and because of an ancient curse the husband’s will die with the signal of the death watch beetle serving as their advanced warning to avoid the heartbreak that comes with love. The film Practical Magic is based upon the book written by Alice Hoffman in 1995. The character Sally, played by Sandra Bullock, attempts to thwart the curse by casting a spell creating a man she feels does not exist,…

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    In Sandra Cisneros’ “House On Mango Street” Esperanza experiences a moment of identity through her appearance. In the vignette, Chanclas, She is insecure about what her feet look like because they are supposedly so big, but she ended up noticing that nobody else noticed or cared. But the question is, did anybody actually notice or care about what she or her feet looked like? The answer is no, nobody noticed. In the vignette, “those who don’t” is about Esperanza talking about people who don’t…

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    In Marge Piercy’s narrative poem, “Barbie Doll”, the story of a young girl is told from the viewpoint of an outside speaker watching her grow up around the norms of society and ultimately ends her life because of it. Throughout each stanza, a new important piece of information is expressed to the readers to contribute to both the theme and tone of the poem. Piercy is able to cultivate the idea that inward beauty is not valued in today’s society, and that artificial perfection can only be…

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    Women writers have become successful with their works by going beyond social norm standards. They have been critiqued because of their gender roles and are expected to not disobey a man, yet they have proven to not let that be a barrier towards their goals and success. Both Sandra Cisneros and Helena Maria Viramontes use various narrative strategies like the Control and Exercise of Chicana Sexuality, Bildungsroman Novel, and the Reinterpretation of Myths to break with traditional stereotypes of…

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    This short novel is The house on Mango Street. By Sandra Cisneros.This book is about a girl named Esperanza. She’s a young girl who isn’t confident about where she lives. Later she is getting confident about where she lives and she notices changes about her body. Last of all, she starts making her own choices in her life. In the beginning of the novel, Esperanza is a young insecure child who is insecure about her new life on Mango Street. The first time we see Esperanza’s insecurity is when…

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    A Book Review of Where is the Mango Princess and the Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury Where is the Mango Princess is a tragic, heart wrenching, and deeply personal account of how traumatic brain injury affected the life of, author, Cathy Crimmins (2000) and the lives of her entire family. Crimmins wrote this account in order to share her experience of living and caring for a person with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to help those in the same position as her to cope with the myriad of…

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