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    College Dropout Analysis

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    Sugar Fixe, a small local coffee shop. They always knew my order, grande cafe mocha with 2 extra shots. I worked Tuesday through Saturday, 40 hours a week. The salon was an enormous 10,000 SF with a beautiful modern loft feel. I worked with 25 stylists, categorized based on experience. We had apprentices, newer stylists, to senior stylist, and of course master stylists. I was a newer stylist, who graduated the apprentice program at the salon a few years ago. The apprentice program was about 1-2 years and involved bringing in 100 blow-dry, haircut, and color models on days off in order to earn a stylist position. As well as, working 40 hours a week helping stylists, folding the signature royal blue hair towels, changing the little garbage cans , tearing foils, mixing color, sweeping the floor, and anything that looked like it needed to be cleaned in the salon. As a stylist, I was required to stand eight hours a day taking care of clients, cleaning the salon, or helping other fellow stylists. My boss, Tina, was a tall, thin, Italian mid thirties woman who always said, “ If you have time to stand, you have time to clean. Sitting down was a non negotiable at my job. When I was not with a client, I was busy helping other experienced stylists. A few years later, I felt drained, but kept my head up high because I wanted to reassure my decision. I clearly remember one Saturday evening , I walked into the salon bathroom, lock the door and sat on the wooden floor. I could not…

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    Theme Of Faith In Narnia

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    In Narnia, as in the Bible, grace is linked to faith. One cannot acquire forgiveness on their own. His own sin is too great and the divine sovereign is too honest for self-justification. One cannot change themselves either. Sinfulness is to grand to overcome on ones’ own. There are some things only Aslan can do, and the only proper human response to these things is faith. As the Beavers in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe tell Peter, it is no good trying to save Mr. Tumnus from the White…

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    the wardrobe and into Narnia, it changed my life. It was the moment I realized that as difficult as things may seem there is the possibility of magic and something bigger just beyond the door. My life changed at that moment. I had found freedom to be the little girl I was, if only in my imagination. It was more than I had ever known. Screaming and fighting always seemed to be going on at my house. My dad was a heroin addict and Mom was a rage addict. Everyday there seemed to be a fight. I had…

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    The book began with four siblings who escape war by moving in with a Professor. Lucy the youngest discovers a magical world hidden inside of a wardrobe. This world was called Narnia; a land ruled under the wicked and cold hand of the White Witch. Lucy, her sister Susan, her brother Peter, and her brother Edmund are the two Sons of Adam and the two Daughters of Eve that are prophesized to destroy the Witch’s reign and restore peace in Narnia. The four siblings enter into the magical land of…

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    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as an Allegory The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, written by C.S. Lewis, is filled with symbolism and mythological influences, both Christian and non-Christian. These influences manifest themselves in the forms of allusions and parallels. C.S. Lewis uses these allusions and parallels between the real world and Narnia in order to present his work The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe as an allegory. It is important to note the factors that influenced the…

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    In the The Magician 's Nephew by C.S. Lewis Digory and Polly travel to and through many world’s, ending up in the recently created Narnia. They by accident have unleashed a evil upon Narnia— an evil that comes back in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe— Jadis. They have to stop Jadis from terrorizing Narnia creating a battle between good and evil in this brand new world. The theme of good verses evil comes up again in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe against the same evil and then again in…

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    household name for a book series written by C.S. Lewis. The book series includes seven books. I chose it for my book report because the story is intriguing and it can trick you into thinking that a world like that could be real. It takes places during world war two, in England. The siblings were moved to the uncle's house in the countryside. During a rainy day, the children play hide and seek. The youngest, Lucy, hides in a wardrobe. She finds an icy world, a world that would be impossible in…

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    Throughout The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, Lewis utilizes a myriad of components, or symbols, to create an allegory of Christianity. These components suggest Lewis was crafting this story to convey Christian concepts. Examples of religious symbolism include Aslan, the stone table, the beavers underlying characteristics, the children’s “title”, and even the White Witch. Aslan is a character who strongly resembles Jesus Christ. Within the first few chapters, the fawn and the beavers speak…

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    Animals In Narnia

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    The world of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the world of C.S Lewis’ Narnia are both filled with an immense number of fantastic creatures. In case of Rowling, many of these creatures are mythical animals-- centaurs, hippogriffs, goblins and unicorns to name a few- while Lewis mainly chooses to add mythical abilities to every-day animals. His Narnia consists of talking beavers, lions, and of course a few mythical animals such as fauns. Both worlds involve interaction between the non-human animals…

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    sent to Christian boarding schools, C.S. Lewis wrote, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe about controversial views such as religious faith and skepticism, which were two topics few others wrote about during the time, and lead to controversy.…

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