The Vampire Diaries

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  • Luxembourg: A Young Girl's Memories Of The Second World War

    n Luxembourg, the idea of Literature began in the 14th century (“Luxembourg”). At first, poems were the only literature written in Luxembourg until around the 20th century when Novels, short stories, and plays made their debut (“Luxembourg”). This turn of the century event led to many great books, collections of poems, and famous authors. The first book to ever be written in Luxembourg is called “Codex Mariendalensis” which is an epic poem written by Hermann of Veldenz (“Codex”). The poem…

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  • Xena Vs. Buffy The Vampire Slayer

    of battle, the Power, the Glory, the Passion, the Danger, her courage will change the world.” “In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampire and demons and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer.” If anyone has ever watch the late 1990’s TV show Xena Warrior Princess and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. One can hear those sayings. When someone watches these TV shows, they find out that in both TV shows that Xena and Buffy are the lead characters. They both have…

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  • Personal Narrative-The Vampire Slayer

    Buffy's vision blurred, damp hair covered part of her face, sticking with wet. She blinked her vision clearer for a minute, not quite ready to pull herself out of the puddle, not quite sure if she could. Face sideways in the water, cold and probably dying, flashes of how ran through her mind almost in slow motion, but almost in hyperspeed. The last weeks of sparring and battle-prep and the impending death march running like blood through her ears. Coming down here, determined, to end it. To take…

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  • Dead Until Dark: The Southern Vampire Mysteries Series

    authored by Charlaine Harris. Dead Until Dark is the first book to The Southern Vampire Mysteries series. As the rest of the series, this book is narrated by Sookie Stackhouse, a fictional character living in a fictional life. Sookie is a 25 year old waitress at Merlotte’s Bar, living with her grandmother Adele and her older brother Jason in a small fictional town in Louisiana, Bon Temps. In this imaginary world, vampires and other supernaturals are a phenomenon. Sookie is not like any other…

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  • The Vampire Slayer: A Short Story

    hospital, and he supposed the next three resting. Scarcely expecting to see her tonight, he was surprised when she pulled an attacking vamp off of him. "Looking spry, Slayer," He remarked, getting to his feet and watching her land blows to the vampire 's face. "Hey, I 've felt worse." She punched the vamp again, and then landed her stake home. As hard as being the Slayer was, Buffy landed the stake and…

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  • Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Summary

    Diary Of A Wimpy Kid The author is Jeff Kinney, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid is the title. The overall summary of the book is that there is this boy named Greg Heffley who has a mom, dad, older brother, and younger brother and he has a normal life as a student, brother, and son who goes to school, has friends and basically lives a normal life in school. His mom makes him write and draw in his diary about what happens everyday in the diary so he and his parents can reflect what happened in his younger…

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  • Joss Whedon's Buffy The Vampire Slayer

    copious amounts of competition and it is easy to crash and burn in such a high-stress workplace. Joss Whedon, famous writer and director, rose to the occasion and has become an icon in his career, specifically for the creation of cult classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer and, in recent years, the fan favorite The Avengers. Whedon has created numerous amounts of television shows, comic books, and movie scripts since the beginning of his young career, each building his knowledge of the industry and…

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  • Absolutely True Diary

    A brief description of Sherman Alexie’s book The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian can be presented as a typical young adult story. It tells readers about Arnold Spirit Jr. a gifted boy born and raised in an Indian reservation, possessed by the dream of becoming an artist, one day challenges the system and enters Reardan High School - a better school for white students. Despite the traditional for such genre set of plot moves, such as first love, the first fight, first complexes, the…

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  • The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian

    Sherman Alexie’s, “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian” is the account of Arnold Spirit, also known as Junior. Junior is the novel’s narrator and while he is witty and seemingly proud of his heritage in the beginning of the story, it appears the point of the novel is to show us Junior’s transformation. He begins life on the reservation, attending school in Wellpinit, Washington. Eventually, he transfers to an all-white high school twenty-two miles from the reservation in Reardan,…

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  • Analysis Of The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian Native American By Sherman Alexie

    In the book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian Native American author Sherman Alexie writes about his life on the Spokane Washington Indian Reservation. The main character Arnold Spirit who liked to be called Junior portrays Alexie who grew up on an Indian Reservation. Junior struggled with his identity on a personal level, along with how others view him, and how all non-Indians picture Native Americans. Throughout Junior has added difficulty because Indians are surrounded by…

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