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    Markeus tried luring in the siren and threw the shell. While she momentarily became unconscious, Markeus used this opportunity and slayed the siren with the diamond encrusted silver sword. Meanwhile Arseren fell deeper and deeper into the ocean, Markeus swam up the throne, and saw the box of light. Joy and happiness was all he felt, it was a feeling he hasn’t felt before. After grabbing the box, Markeus swam out of the caves, and up towards the surface of the water. He then, stepped onto the shore, and was making his route towards Apollo’s palace. “Behold!” The box of light that I have recruited from the deep ocean of the underworld”. When Apollo saw the bravery in Markeus’s actions, Apollo gave him the honors of opening the box of light. When Markeus opened the box, a bright light blasted out, shining a ray which opened the clouds. Happiness covered the valley as Markeus was forever known a hero. Legend has it, that whoever opened the box of light becomes the god of happiness. Markeus was titled as the god of happiness. He then descends back to the Athens, greeting his mother. and showing her what he has accomplished. “The whole village has been talking about you!” his mother says. “My hero!” And it is true, Markeus was a true hero and savior of…

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    humanity. Though rarely provoked, nearly every modern account of werewolf sightings involve the beast attempting to attack witnesses. Whether these sightings are fact or fiction, society has a fascination with these monsters that has been translated to pop-culture through television shows, books, films, and other similar trends. This essay will discuss a variety of books, movies, and articles that provided us more insight to the history of development of werewolves. The 2003 thriller Underworld…

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    the creeks and rivers where rushing at a very fast speed, even the flowers were curling up and falling down as if they were getting ready for a storm. Then, the sky began to darken and it began to storm. But, a hole peered through the clouds and Zeus walked through the clouds and approached Floresis and said “My great hero, for all you have done i yet begg you again to fight a beast” “Where is this beast located?” said Florisis. “This monster is said to wake up any minute now in the underworld”…

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    Heroes, villains, swashbucklers, and intense battles – they are common elements found in a Romance Narrative. Romance Narratives are easy to identify because they’re loaded with tropes and are constructed on a common structural foundation. The stages, which are contained within, exhibit the “before, during, and after” of the hero’s journey. Every hero’s journey is different. In the film, The Maze Runner (Wes Ball, 2014), the audience embarks on a quest from the hero, Thomas’ perspective. The…

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    You see, the gods divided the world long ago to decide who controls what, but back then, there were no problems in the underworld. That is where people went when they died. Recently, however, the underworld has needed more intervention from the gods to stay secure and functional. So we need someone to run the underworld. None of the other gods have time to handle the growing problems in the underworld, and my son says you have all the skills necessary. As you demonstrated with this man here, you…

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    My goal in the staging of this scene is to wake up these aspects of the human condition for each audience member individual. These experiences are universal, although there are a million different ways to experience each one. My staging will take the audience through each aspect, even if they themselves cannot pinpoint exactly the sensation they are experiencing in a given moment. The world needs to be so immersive and alive that spectators can go through the emotional and physical processes of…

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    Tartarus – “The infernal regions of ancient Greek and Roman mythology, or the lowest part of them; hence sometimes used for hell (Oxford English Dictionary).” Tartarus is an afterlife for the wicked where they are punished for their cruel behavior and tortured for all eternity. In other words, hell. The Maids' Tartarus is a paper mill where they are worked from dusk till dawn. With strict rules forbidding them from having a life outside of the factory, it is truly hell on earth. In “The…

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    Explain how the Greek Underworld helped to shape and dictate the behaviours of the Greeks. The Underworld played an important role in the lives of the Ancient Greeks and was a constant influence on their behaviours. The Underworld was the centre of Ancient Greek beliefs concerning the afterlife, and was thought to be ruled by the god, Hades and his wife, Persephone. The belief of the Ancient Greeks was that when someone died their psyche, the Greek word for soul, left their body and was…

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    Anthropologists and archeologists for the last hundred years have forgotten and ignored evidence showing that humans like us have inhabited the earth for over millions of years. Forbidden Archeology shows that anatomically modern humans have lived on the earth for million of years.This gives solid facts about the theory of human evolution. Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson worked and have created a book called “Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race.” This book leads…

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    Justin Dubler August 31, 2015 Mrs. Werle Period #1-2 AP Biology Summer Assignment Survival of the Sickest Big Idea 1: The process of evolution drives the diversity and unit of life. Passage 1: “Our genetic makeup has been adapting in response to where we live and what the weather’s like. The food we eat has evolved to cope with the organisms that eat it, and we’ve evolved to cope with that. We’ve looked at the way we’ve evolved to resist or manage the threat posed by specific infectious…

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