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  • Patricia Mcnulty Character Analysis

    “I’m Patricia McNulty. I taught second grade at Hawthorn Elementary” (Parlor Games) and my husband Mort is not dead. During my senior year in high school I was actively involved in the theatre program. The final fall play I could audition for was called Parlor Games. Walking into auditions I had done little research on the show, but knew I wanted to be the lead nonetheless. After a long afternoon of auditioning and having to reread for callback, I ended up with the part of the lead. At that moment I was no longer Erika Watral; I had taken on a new persona and her name was Patricia McNulty. Patricia, or commonly known as Tricia, is a middle aged married woman with two kids and a psycho husband. Her husband, Mort, is known for his practical jokes, but happens to take one too far. Mort throws his own funeral and attends it while lying in a coffin. Tricia becomes furious with the idea, but once family and friends start showing up, she goes along with his shtick. Everyone believes Mort has passed away, or so Tricia thinks. As the time passes in the funeral home it becomes evident the friends attending the funeral are catching onto the prank. In the end, Tricia turns the funeral into a surprise birthday party for Mort. The whole show was put together within a month and it was very stressful, but I am happy I was able to be a part of Parlor Games. Transforming into Tricia was my favorite moment on stage in high school. A new year at high school meant a new cast and…

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  • A Humble Appeal By Jessie Pope Analysis

    request, typically one made to the public. (N.)The quality of being attractive or interesting. She was a pretty, nicely mannered mare, The children's pet, the master's pride and care, Until a man in khaki came one day, Looked at her teeth, and hurried her away. With other horses packed into a train She hungered for her master's voice in vain; And later, led 'twixt planks that scare and slip, They slung her, terrified, on board a ship. Next came, where thumps and throbbing filled the air, Her…

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  • Bob Ewell Character Analysis Essay

    case, Bob makes a dangerous threat toward Atticus and his family because of the impact of the trial. During Miss Stephanie’s warning, she states that Bob “spat in [Atticus’] face.” This action was generated since Atticus destroyed Bob’s reputation even though Atticus lost the case. Throughout the trial Maycomb County witnesses the bad side of Bob Ewell because of Atticus. During the trial, Atticus repeatedly questions Bob to not only observe his dishonesty, but also to destroy his reputation by…

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird A Timeless Classic Essay

    Kill A Mockingbird does not meet the first criterion of relatable characters, mainly shown through the characterization of Atticus, shown clearly after the trial, when Bob Ewell confronts Atticus. When Bob Ewell confronts Atticus, he spits on Atticus’s face. Jem then asks Atticus about the incident, and Atticus responds “The man had to have some kind of comeback, his kind always does. So if spitting in face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that’s something I’ll gladly…

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  • Civic Engagement Paper Sample

    Civic Engagement Mrs. Emery’s Kindergarten Class For my civic engagement project I went to Mrs. Emery’s kindergarten class. I was met with different obstacles when I first arrived from keeping little boys out of the girls bathroom to one child spitting on another. I had an interesting experience within a ten hour span. It opened my eyes to what it is like to be a teacher of such young children, with such different personalities. Before I went to Mrs. Emery’s classroom and worked with…

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  • The Importance Of The Military In The Media

    Not a whole lot of people understand what our military is going through to keep this country protected. I feel like this is why you see more people burning, tearing, and sadly spitting on the United Stated flag. Yes a little bit might have to do with the government because we obviously can’t know everything that’s going on. But I feel like all the US citizens see is more of the bad side of the military and few of the good stuff they do. I remember watching the news one day and it told a story…

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  • Analysis Of Nathan Pietrykowski's Creating Nowhere

    a mix of ink and watercolor in this painting. He uses a wide mix of pigments in the painting such as white, brown, yellow, orange, pink, purple, blue and green. These pigments mix with water as a vehicle and with gum Arabic as the binder. The ground for this painting is white. Creating Nowhere is a painting containing a lot of imagery. I see many things when I look at this painting. I see a man with no bones in his body and what looks to be jelly beans in his body. I see a background that could…

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  • Analysis Of To Kill A Mockingbird Is A Timeless Classic

    One day after going to the post office, Atticus is on his way home, Bob Ewell stopped Atticus, started cursing and spitting on him, and also threatens to kill him, but Atticus has no reaction to Bob’s actions besides wiping off the spit is calm when he walks away. Atticus later explains to Jem that, “if spitting in my face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that’s something I’ll gladly take… I’d rather it be me than that houseful of children out there” (Lee 292). Most…

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  • Salvation By Chris Abani Analysis

    descriptions to portray the events and situations in their essays. Abani depict lively imagery in “The Lottery,” such as engaging our sense of smell with by describing that In “Under Water,” Fadiman also portray vivid imagery, for example, by describing the strength of the “higher and swifter” Green River. The authors further show their eloquence by brilliantly utilizing figurative language in their essays. In “The Lottery,” Abani applies irony:. The quote ironically compares the people’s…

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  • Analysis Of Do Not Go Gentle By Dylan Thomas

    “Do not go gentle into that good night/Old age should burn and rave at close of day/Rage, rage, against the dying of the light.” This is to say that, essentially, one should not go down without a fight. The first and last lines of the stanza are the lines that get repeated throughout the poem, and they summarize Thomas’s message well. Additionally, they offer a bit of nature imagery, by comparing death to night and life to light. There is a significance to the rhyming of “night” and “light”…

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