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  • Personal Narrative-Racism

    When lunch time came around and everyone cleaned out of the room I kept my butt in my seat and kept at it with my art work. Baekhyun was still here too, I am just pretending that I don 't see him at all. I trun my music up, getting really nervous. Shouldn 't he be off laughing along with his friends about something stupid. Then just sitting here watching me. I finally get fed up with him and take out my headphones and turn my music off. " what in the fuck do you want baekhyun? Do you need something or are you fine just watching the new weird kid like some animal at the zoo." He gave me that stupid smile that I hate so much. I used to think it was cute and made him even cuter for doing it but now I fucking hate it. " no wanted to talk, by the way you aren 't weird, you are you. You always have been and always will be. " my chest tighten, and I wanted to punch myself in the face for almost smiling at that. He used to tell me that all the time. He would save me the bullies and I would be crying wanting to know what was wrong with me and why was I the way I was. Baekhyun would always hug me and tell me that I was perfect the way I was, that they would never understand but that was okay because he did. He liked me just the way I was, because I was me and I will aways be me and nothing or no one could change that. Sad to say but he was very wrong. I am not who I was back then and never will be…

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  • Stealer Girl: A Short Story

    “No reason to stop you, Stealer Girl,” said Asa, using her baseball nickname from primary school. The last fingers of light glowed from the sunset, fading into a deep cobalt blue. Asa stretched luxuriously. “May I interest you in a hot fudge sundae?” “I’d love one, but I believe the drug store is closed.” “I happen to have a set of keys.” She giggled. “In that case, I would love a sundae.” They walked arm and arm down the dock, but when they got to shore, Nell said, “Oh, Asa, we forgot…

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  • Eminem Legacy Analysis

    Eminem. The song is mainly about his struggles as a child to be happy and succeed. He was not a very popular kid, so he didn’t have very many friends, and at the same time he was bullied. All of these factors made his childhood a complete and utter “Hell” for him. But as the song progresses he gets older, and grows more confidence. Overall this song is a great representation of what Eminem had to go through his entire life; overcoming adversities, dealing with bullies, and coming to terms with…

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  • The Tell-Tale Heart Curriculary

    Have you ever asked your child what they read at school ? Well what if they told you that they read The Tell-Tale Heart by this crazy dude. The writer must have been thinking crazy when he wrote it . He was out of his mind the whole story. That made me want to read more of the story. Im all for the short story because im interested in stories like that. I like weird and mystery stories. This makes me want to know a little more about him and his history life style. That betters my education about…

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  • Four Genres Of Literature

    I also have a lot of favorites that I read to my children. I love a certain series of books that is called My Weird School. Each book has a have different, funny, and crazy title. For example one of the books is called Ms. Patty is Batty. Another example of one of the books is Mr. Cooper is super, and Miss Daisy is Crazy. There are 21 books in the series. These books are of course fiction. I would laugh with my children every night when we read them they were just so cute and funny. One book…

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  • Analysis Of The Knife Of Never Letting Go By Patrick Ness

    In the novel The Knife of Never Letting Go written by Patrick Ness, the author introduces Todd Hewitt, a boy who dwells with his dog in a peculiar place called Prentisstown, a small town. Initially, the town is said to be peculiar because there are no women living there. However, the book further acknowledges that the reason why Prentisstown is so strange is because there is a weird germ called “Noise” that makes everyone’s contemplations loud enough for everyone else to hear. As Todd realizes…

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  • Catfish Documentary Analysis

    “Documentary film doesn’t mean avoiding fiction, for no film can avoid fiction: it means establishing a certain relationship, a certain interplay, between the documentary and the fictional aspects of film so that he documentary aspect may come forward in some significant way.” (The Material Ghost: Films and Their…

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  • Importance Of Literature Essay

    theory of mind . It has been shown to be more effective at changing opinion than non-fiction. Instead of argument and evidence, readers seem to be more responsive to literature. Disadvantages of Literature Reading Reading fiction is not going to help people to do well in exams. Reading is a waste that takes away time and energy from doing the things that will really matter. No university is going to accept a student based on the range of literary works they “understand”. Perhaps reading does…

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  • Stranger Things Movie Analysis

    A Netflix original series boasting only eight episodes. Four child actors huddled around a ten-hour Dungeons and Dragons game. A mother communicating with her lost son via Christmas lights. A budding romance between the smart, pretty girl and the resident weird kid. A supernatural young girl with an affinity for Eggo waffles. It does not sound like it should work, but it does. While this summer’s Ghostbusters revival became the new punchline to every science fiction joke, Stranger Things brought…

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  • Centaurs Daughter

    The centaurs daughter is a book by Ellen Jensen Abbott the genre of the book is fiction. There are 320 pages in the centaurs daughter. A published review of the book is This story's action begins swiftly and doesn't slow down until the very end. The source of this is from goodreads.com . The recommended reading age of The centaurs daughter is young adult The physical appearance of Abisina is normal height slender blue eyes long hair. The personality or character traits of Abisina is serious…

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