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  • Through The Tunnel By Doris Lessing

    to adulthood. Doris Lessing, the author of “Through the Tunnel”, describes Jerry’s journey as he takes a dangerous risk. In the beginning of the story, Jerry wanted more independence from his widowed mother. He wants to prove to himself that he can accomplish anything he puts his mind too. Jerry is a believable character because, he conquers a risk when seeking independence, acceptance, and maturity. In the beginning of “Through the Tunnel”, Jerry wants to be able to make his own decisions…

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  • Obsession In Dorothy Lessing's Through The Tunnel

    However, it can also destroy a man at great speeds and ferocity. Some people are lucky to benefit from their obsession; however, many fall due to their obsession consuming them. In Through the Tunnel, by Dorothy Less, a teenage boy named Jerry, is consumed by obsession. This obsession to navigate an underwater tunnel successfully. There is no doubt that it helped him accomplish his goal, but it also made him blind to the dangers he faced. Dorothy Lessing’s short story uses symbols and examples…

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  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Research Paper

    Introduction What is carpal tunnel syndrome? Well basically carpel tunnel syndrome is a disease where the patient feels a tingling sensation in their hands and arms. He might feel that his hand or arm has gone numb. This disease is mainly caused by the twisting of the nerve that goes to the wrist of the patient. This problem can be caused due to a number of reasons, including the nature of the work done by the hands, the forceful and sudden movements of the hands even sudden jerks done to the…

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  • Wisdom In Doris Lessing's Through The Tunnel

    Experiences early in life enriches one’s wisdom. Wisdom is defined as being able to know what is right from what is wrong. Jerry, the protagonist from “Through the Tunnel by Doris Lessing, gained wisdom and maturity when he completed his journey. Jerry’s journey began when he wandered to a mysterious bay and found a group of boys diving into the ocean. The group of boys noticed Jerry and invited him to join them. “He felt he was accepted and he dived again, carefully, proud of himself.” Jerry…

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  • Through The Tunnel Critical Lens Essay

    meaning by far: "Through the Tunnel", "The Bridge", and "The Scarlet Ibis". The story, "Through the Tunnel", is about a boy named Jerry who is eleven years old. He decided one day he would leave his mother and go off on an adventure, to the rocky beach. While on the rocky beach, Jerry meets a group of big boys. Jerry tries to impress the foreign boys by attempting to swim through a tunnel. Jerry goes through the tough time while in the tunnel, but he finally finishes the tunnel. No one works…

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  • Comparing Stories 'Sixteen And Through The Tunnel'

    In the stories "Sixteen" and "Through the Tunnel" both authors use a theme of characters wanting to prove themselves to someone. However, the differences of these two stories becomes apparent when who the characters are trying to prove themselves to. In "Sixteen" the main character seems to be attempting to prove herself to the reader, that she is smart enough and popular enough to be telling this story. But in "Through the Tunnel" Jerry tries to prove himself to the foreign boys he looks up to…

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  • Comparing Symbolism In 'The Bridge And' Through The Tunnel

    The three stories, "Through the Tunnel", "The Bridge", and "The Scarlet Ibis" all have some pretty deep messages behind the seemingly innocent stories. In "Through the Tunnel", it is about a boy named Jerry, who adventures to the big beach and discovers some new friends--the big boys. The big boys were jumping off a cliff into the water and disappearing for minutes at a time underwater. The curiosity began to take over Jerry as he tried to join the big boys in their adventure. Soon enough the…

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  • Real Tunnel Design Project

    report to end-user, and 4) discuss their solution and recommendation in the class with other students. For instance, in the senior-level course “Rock Engineering” I provide my students a real tunnel design project and state the problem which is typically stability analysis and determining the optimum tunnel support. I usually divide the students to a number of groups to work on the problem. During the project, groups will analyze the problem, find the appropriate tools, follow the required steps…

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Research Paper

    Carpal tunnel syndrome affects the hand and harm, causing numbness, tingling, and a variety of other symptoms. It is caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist. Many factors can contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome such as the anatomy of the wrist, other underlying health problems, and possibly patters of hand use. The carpal tunnel, a narrow passage way that protects a main hand nerve - the median nerve, is located on the palm side of the wrist. Compression of that nerve causes numbness, tingling,…

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Case Studies

    his right groin and right testicles, with difficulty urinating. He also reported difficulty sleeping, stress, anxiety and depression. He is currently taking Tylenol 500 mg twice daily. Diagnoses are shoulder impingement, wrist sprain/strain, carpal tunnel syndrome, lumbar sprain/strain and inguinal hernia. He was given prescription for Ketoprofen, omeprazole and orphenadrine.…

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