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  • The Uglies Themes

    [i carry your heart with me(i carry it in], and The Third and Final Continent all incorporated a communal theme. The theme of friendships and relationships was developed in the novel, the Uglies as well as two of the ancillary texts. In the Uglies, written by Scott Westerfeld, the statement of friendships are at risk and may be altered when problematic situations occur was expressed. The theme was conveyed through the plot of the novel. Furthermore, E. E. Cummings used figurative language in…

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  • Wedding Themes

    Wedding themes are used by more and more couples to turn their big day into an event that is both meaningful to them and enjoyable for their guests. You can always stick with wedding themes that are simple and elegant or go all out and do something that's never been done before to make your wedding truly special. Remember that a wedding is an important occasion for both the bride and the groom, and a wedding theme needs to reflect that. Take the time to sit down with your partner to explore…

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  • The Lottery Theme

    problems for than its worth. In the short story “The Lottery”, a theme throughout the story is that a secret kept too long will soon be told and can have a horrible outcome to the person who is keeping the secret or someone that is unaware of the secret. This theme can be found in other short stories, popular movies and even real situations that end up being dangerous because of a dark secret. A story compared to the Lottery 's continuous theme of a dark, untold secret that can have…

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  • Fangirl Themes

    Comparing the Theme of Fangirl and Alex Approximately By Lily Pace - First Period - Book Report The theme is the main grasp of a story or the main draw point that attracts everybody deeper into the subject. For numerous people, they take the theme of many stories into their own lives, enhancing it, adding more to it, while living by it. However, for some, they take the theme into deeper deliberation and process the knowledge that was told to them through the words on the page. For me, I am the…

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  • Themes Of Family

    biological or chosen. If not, someone can relate the themes of love and family to their adult life, possibly with their own kids. The texts involved can hopefully be relatable to both children and adults. My little library aims to draw on those memories and allow people to reminisce on times in their life when family was influential as well as inclusive and caring. The first text in the little library is Matilda by Roald Dahl. This book introduces the theme of chosen family. Family does not…

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  • Jumanji Theme

    A strong theme in this book is that the choices we make have consequences whether they are good or bad. In this case the consequences of playing the game were not virtuous which led to unexpected and unfortunate events. Children will always be curious in the early…

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  • Theme Of The Giver

    concerning the real world are expressed along with the three main themes of the story -- compromise, the power of knowledge, and perspective -- through a story about a boy, in a very unrealistic world. First, one of the major themes in The Giver is compromise, which delivers the message that everything comes with a price. In The Giver, the citizens of the community (the setting of this story) are not able to see color. When Jonas,…

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  • Glory Themes

    experience of the war for the regiment: when Colonel Shaw reads the proclamation from the Confederate Congress, when Corporal. Thomas Searls is shot in a small fight, and when Col. Shaw volunteers to Fort Sumter. These three scenes best portray Glory’s theme of the willingness the regiment had to fight and compassion they possessed for their cause.…

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  • The Soloist Themes

    the spirit.” (Beethoven) The story in the book The Soloist by Steve Lopez is a well-presented plot through which we can learn a lot. While the story of the book can be said to be covering a variety of themes; music, homelessness, mental illness, and friendships, I am of the opinion that the themes of mental illness and music are the base of the story. Nathaniel Ayers suffers from schizophrenia, a mental illness that affects his moods and causes him to have bouts of anger, stay in silence and…

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  • Butterflies Theme

    The most common theme in the book is the ongoing struggle of the Butterflies against the government. When the flashback first begins, this particular theme is surfaced during a conversation between the Mirabal family, discussing the idea of Minevra becoming a lawyer. In effect their mother exclaimed jokingly, “Just what we need, skirts in the law!” (Alvarez 10) Minerva insisted that the claim was true, insisting that that, “It’s about time we women had a voice in running our country.” (Alvarez…

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