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  • End The Beautiful Looking Princess
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    "Beauty and Splendor": The Ascribed Role of Princesses in Fairy Tales Fairy tales have long been known as stories told to entertain children. Throughout the years, these stories have been passed along from one generation to the next as a method of teaching historical and moral lessons. However, we often do not give adequate attention to the stereotypes created with the common motifs in these tales. More often than not, fairy tales are based upon royalty and young women in fairy tales are obligat...
  • Defense Of Frankenstein's Creature Victor Frankenstein
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    The Defense of Frankenstein's Creature Victor Frankenstein, a character in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, decided that he wanted to bring life into this world; a life that would eventually go on to killing the creator himself. The Creature can be seen as either innocent or guilty. The popular opinion of the Creature seems to be that he is guilty considering how he has burned down a house, set up Justine for murder and murdered three others. However, after taking a close look at the text, it can be...
  • Man Different From Other Creatures
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    The Old Testament begins with creation of earth and lives on earth. After that we read about creation of different creatures and creation of a man. God made man and female in his image and put him above all other creatures. God creates man from dust and put him in the Garden of Eden. He also creates woman from man's rib. In the end man and women were expelled from Garden of Eden and become humans. The questions are what we were before we become humans and what is it means to be a human When God ...
  • Most Significant The Eloi And The Morlachs
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    How influential can words be on a situation Can certain adjectives completely change a setting H.G. Wells does a great job of using certain words in his story The Time Machine that paint a picture for the reader that is really so far from what he is really saying. Wells successfully does this throughout his story; he uses words like light, dark, evil, harmless, human, and inhumane, when in reality it has nothing to do with the story he is trying to tell. When the time traveler starts on his jour...
  • Creatures
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    There are many occurrences in this world that can simply not be explained by conventional means. For this reason, other explanations have been offered: spirits, demons, vampires and other such creatures have been blamed for years. People go missing, little kids are taken from their homes, yet no convictions are made, and no explanations are offered. In the old days, suspicion of being or having knowledge of these creatures were reason to be exiled or even hanged. Today however, vampires and othe...
  • Lyzzard Badger
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    Long ago, there was a newly trained warrior from across the seas of Antoni ca, the race of the forgotten ik sar being newly re-discovered had begun the life of one ik sar. This neophyte warrior's name was Lyzzard. Lyzzard trained outside of his hometown killing scorpions and scaled wolf pups until he gained the level of 5. At this time he was getting bored of the creatures that inhabited the outside area of the gates of Cabi lis and noticed that the road lead down into a pit. When Lyzzard decide...
  • One Theory On The Loch Ness Monster
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    Myth or Reality, Today's Perception on Monsters Monsters, which are seemingly just myth and fantasy, do have some truths to their legend. In fact, some creatures may have actually existed and still do today, even though they should not be as monsters. What if the stories of a giant 'ape-like' creature that have circulated over the globe for centuries were true? There have been numerous sightings and first-hand accounts of this creature everywhere in the world, from the United States to the Himal...
  • Creatures Of The Plaque
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    Dark Earth. By: Dmitry Khr amoy Amer Lit & Res. Period 102/18/99 The year is 3120 a thousand years have gone by from the start of the grate cataclysm of the 22nd century. The ones who have died were the once that were lucky. And the once who have lived were never the same. We the last of the rebels, are making our way through the wastelands. As we are moving Jackar started to tell one of his famous legends the legends of the days of before. As the legend goes A secret society known as the brothe...
  • Frankenstein Projects Upon The Female Creature
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    In this novel, the human female is often portrayed as passive and compliant. Frankenstein does not appear to be attracted to women and even when he marries Elizabeth he shows little of the passionate interest that he displays towards his science experiments. Although all of the females roles are small it may be argued that the novel explores Frankensteins fear of sexuality through his attempt to create a World that excludes women. It has been suggested that, through the novel, Shelly is trying t...
  • Creature And The Scientist
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    The Thing From Another World A Fun Romp Through 50's Sci-Fi The Thing from Another World ("The Thing") has a simple but effective plot in the science fiction genre. A flying saucer crashes in the arctic and a group of military personnel return to their base with the craft's occupant frozen in a block of ice. Once free of the ice, the creature terrorizes the arctic station while the group tries desperately to stop it. While the main focus of the story is their efforts to stop the rampaging killer...
  • Three Burnt Skin Creatures
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    An Australian Platypus Down in the depths of the Australian Rainforest. There is a small murky pond surrounded by thick green moist foliage. It sits in the center of a deep dense rainforest alive with the chirps and clicks of the animals of the forest. In that pond, on a small gray rock, there was a platypus by the name of Karl Ward. All day he lazily lay there on the sun warmed rock gazing up at the tree-shadowed sun. Karl the platypus had no worries. His small mind was filled with his own cont...
  • Night In Herot Hall
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    The epic poem Beowulf tells of an evil, mysterious, and ravishing creature named Grendel. Although no precise concrete descriptions or visual references were given to me throughout the story, I was able to formulate my own personal opinion of what this horrifying beast may have looked like. The amoral, despised, and feared Grendel was a colossal, muscular beast capable of ripping any human man to shreds. His razor sharp teeth and pointy horns were ideal for tearing and gnawing unsuspecting inebr...

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