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  • Chapter 2 Chamberlain 3
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    Monday, June 29, 1863 Chapter 1- The Spy 1. What is the spy's usual occupation before the war? The spy was an actor. 2. How is he perceived by Longstreet? By Sorrel? Quote the passage or passages that best demonstrates their feelings. Longstreet thinks that he is not much of a spy, but he takes his word, seeing that there is no other person to believe. -'If you cannot find headquarters of this whole army you cannot be much of a spy. Sorrel just doesn't trust spies at all. Chapter 2- Chamberlain ...
  • Next 2 Chapters
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    Reaction of Chapters 1 and 2 I have just finishes reading the first 2 chapters of "A Night to Remember". While I was reading the chapters I was putting all the pictures that I saw in my past with the book. When I was reading I saw that Walter Lord wasn't that much into Similes and metaphors. He had great ways to get the reader interested and not bored. When I read books I normally look for where the plot is when the book starts. When I was reading this novel I thought that it was pretty interest...
  • Page 1
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    Annotation Assignment A Separate Peace Setting: 1. Chapter 1, page 1, #2: "I didn't entirely like this glossy new surface " Analysis: This quote shows that the setting was at one point different to the author. It was not glossy and new. 2. Chapter 1, page 4, #2: "Devon is sometimes considered the most beautiful school in New England, and even on this dismal afternoon its power was asserted". Analysis: This quote showing setting can be closely related to the character Finny. Much like the school,...
  • Night Chapter 1 Read The First Sentence
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    Many readers are surprised to hear Atwood's novel labeled science fiction, but it belongs squarely in the long tradition of near-future dystopias which has made up a large part of SF since the early 50's. SF need not involve technological innovation: it has been a long-standing principle that social change can provide the basis for SF just as well as technical change. The Handmaid's Tale is partly an extrapolation of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, attempting to imagine what kind of values might ...
  • 22 Verses And Chapter Three
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    Outline of Lamentations 1 I. LAMENTATIONS 1 A. Complaint made to God and request for his mercy 1: 1-11 B. Complaint made to friends 1: 12-17 C. Appeal to God 1: 18-22 II. LAMENTATIONS 2 A. Anger of God as the cause 2: 1-9 B. Sorrow of Zion's children 2: 10-19 C. Complaint is made to God 2: 20-22 . LAMENTATIONS 3 A. God's displeasure and the fruits of it 3: 1-20 B. Words of comfort to God's people 3: 21-36 C. Duty prescribed in this afflicted state 3: 37-41 D. The complaint renewed 3: 42-54 E. Ho...
  • Pg 5 Quote 3
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    Quote 1: 'What can we expect? It's war... ' ' Chapter 1, pg. 4 Quote 2: 'I wanted to come back to Sight to tell you the story of my death. So that you could prepare yourselves while there was still time. To live? I don't attach any importance to my life any more. I'm alone. No, I wanted to come back, and to warn you. And see how it is, no one will listen to me... ' ' Chapter 1, pg. 5 Quote 3: 'The yellow star? Oh well, what of it? You don't die of it... ' ' Chapter 1, pg. 9 Quote 4: 'A prolonged...
  • Door To The Old Man's Room
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    Part 1, Chapter 1. A man called Stephen gets off a train and he is set on doing something that he has planned to do for a long time. The man is from Africa because he said that he felt homesick. Was three days before Christmas. Uses words like Drab Saw a beautiful girl sitting on the train. She looked out of place. Part 1, Chapter 2. Pilar, the girl narrates. She was also set to do something. She saw a good looking man in the corridor. He walked in to talk to her. Gave what both people are think...
  • 1 Pocket Pc O
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    Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Project Overview A personal digital assistant (PDA) is a small, mobile, handheld device that provides computing and information storage and retrieval capabilities [29]. There are a variety of PDA's available for use. The three most common mobile devices include: 1.1. 1 Pocket PC o "A Pocket PC is a handheld device that enables you to store and retrieve e-mail, contacts, appointments, play multimedia files, games, exchange text messages with MSN Messenger, browse the W...
  • Use Of The Protagonists Memories And Thoughts
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    Margaret Atwood uses the first chapter of the Handmaid's Tale to show us that much has changed between the past and the present. She fuses the two together by the use of the Protagonists memories and thoughts. This creates a profound contrast with the past and the present. Only by comparing what the Protagonist has had in the past can we become to realise the enormity of the constrictions that must be placed on these women by the end of Chapter 1. To start from the first sentence of the chapter,...

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