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  • Susanna Kaysen The Author
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    Girl, Interrupted Part I: Critical Analysis Author: Susanna Kaysen. Girl, Interrupted: New York Division of Random House. Inc 1993.1. What is the author's topic? The author's topic is about a teenager name Susanna Kaysen. At 18 she voluntarily turned herself into McLean Hospital. 2. Identify the author's main idea (s). In other words, what is the main point the author is attempting to make about the book? The author's has 2 main points; one point is about her two-year stay McLean hospital. The s...
  • Author's Presentation Of The Character
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    Character Analysis Analyzing a character can explain many things about a character to an audience. A character analysis can be based on small things such as physical characteristics to as complex as a character's thought's of life. Many things such as conflict, setting, point of view, and the author should be considered when analyzing a character. The author and audience are the most important factors when it comes to character analysis. Authors can depict a character in any way, while the audie...
  • Mainstream Audience
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    Kris Hall June 21, 1999 "Federal Courts, the System that Shagged Me" Peter McWilliams, both an aids and cancer victim, is a self-published, best-selling author. In July 1998 he was arrested and charged with being the ringleader of a conspiracy to grow and distribute medical marijuana. As a condition of his pre-trial release, he cannot smoke marijuana even though proposition 215 states that he can for his illnesses. The magazine article, detailing his dilemma in High Times, (June 1999), uses clev...
  • One Way The Author
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    Style Analysis The author in this story, Kevin McConnell, states that his main consideration in writing 'The Road Beneath My Feet'; was to develop a style that would remain consistent throughout the entire story. I feel that he accomplished this consistent style in a few different ways. One way the author tried to accomplish this was by the way that he used his figures of speech. Many of the authors's tate ments were very similar if not exact. For example, the author says a few times that 'the d...
  • Neil's Feelings For Sharon Change
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    A Stranger Is Watching A Stranger is Watching is a terrific book. I enjoyed reading this book very much. The non-stop action kept me reading for hours. One of the best features of the book is how it was written. The point of view changes every chapter. For example Chapter 1 is written in the point of view of the infamous Foxy character. Chapter 2 is written in the point if view of our protagonist, Steve; and so on. I also liked how the author built the relationship of the characters up, so you c...
  • Writing The Review Your Book Review
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    How to Review A Book Book reviews are designed to give readers a birds-eye view of a book, and to help the reader determine if they want to read the book. As a reviewer, you are the authority because you have read the book, and you are giving your professional opinions. For this project, your audience is not the teacher but the student body of your school. As you write your review, write it with the intention of having it published in the school paper where everyone at your school will read it. ...
  • Author's Information Conflict With Other Books
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    How to Write a Book Review critical book review is not a book report or a summary. It is basically a reaction paper in which you point out strengths and weaknesses of the material, and how it helps -- or misleads you -- in understanding the content of your course. Here's a general outline to follow in order for you to take adequate notes as you read your book: A. Selection's topic, author and author's background Questions to ask: Who is this author? Is he or she considered an expert in this topi...
  • Authors Purpose And Point Of View
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    "I had never realised what it means to destroy a healthy, conscious man". After reading and understanding George Orwell's feelings through his experiences in his essay "A Hanging". We come to realize that George Orwell, a visitor from the European establishment, gets the opportunity to participate in the execution of a Hindu man. We realise that the author is degraded by what he has witnessed and experienced, and decides to share his feelings with the rest of the establishment through his writin...
  • 1999 Cyberpunk
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    Annotated Bibliography 1) Paul (Neo) Martin the editor of the website has written extensive work on cyberpunks, that he seeks to establish and support ongoing conversations about the emerging field, to further a community of cyberpunks. The author conveys his thesis by showcase various documents, works-in-progress, and on-line projects that he feels pertain to the current issues of cybernetics. Martin purpose is to call attention to purpose is to promote, support, research, study, and create cyb...
  • Author's Scene Into The Reader's Mind
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    The Knife Like a slender fish, it waits, at the ready, then, go! Description and similes like the former sentence fill Richard Seizer's essay, The Knife, almost to the point of bursting, delivering a cornucopia of imagery to the reader and shedding new light on even the least noticeable items. In the work, Seizer uses a collection of intense details, strategically well placed diction, and a point of view that allows maximum insight to the speaker's mind. The examples of detail in the essay are n...
  • Opinions 5 Points 1 Points Paper One
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 2 Criteria 2 Allocation of Points 4 Reviews 4 Paper 1 4 Title: Virtuous Machines 4 Paper 2 6 Title: Putting 'hackers' to work on improving system security: 6 'sleeping with the enemy', or a vision of a new computer ethics? 6 Paper 3 7 Title: It takes more than ethics 7 Paper 4 9 Title: Information Ethics: eAI: Bearing Frankenstein's Children 9 Paper 5 11 Title: Information Ethics: Ethical Machines 11 Tribute 13 Appendix 1 14 Appendix 2 15 Appendix 3 16 Appendix 4 1...
  • Author's Point
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    Remembering Babylon A feeling that pervades Remembering Babylon is a great sense of guilt in colonial morality. Malouf represents the colonial process as one that rejects the natural order of the world and subsequently passes up great opportunity for enrichment and knowledge. Malouf interrogates white Australia as a people who have traditionally punished themselves through their unwillingness to adapt to their environment and embrace a culture that has successfully tapped into the "earthy sweetn...

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