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  • Extremely Diverse Group Of Dog Breeds
    748 words
    We humans classify everything that we have come to know in this world, from elements to all Gods creatures. Man likes to know he has control and the classification and selective processes man takes are all for control. Even mans best friend has been narrowed down into Groups which man created. In each group are dogs that have been breed for a specific use to help man do a job faster, easier, and more efficiently. Every breed is assigned to one of seven groups, based on the uses for which the bre...
  • Man's Human Characteristics
    629 words
    'To Build a Fire'; In Jack London's, 'To Build a Fire'; , it is obvious to see that as the story progresses, the man becomes more bestial. However at the same time the dog seems to gain the human quality of good sense. This quality of good sense, which the dog acquires, allows it to away from the same fate of the man. There are many examples of how this is portrayed as the story makes headway. The first example of how the man becomes more bestial occurs after his first fire fails. After his fire...
  • White Fang Ino Dog
    499 words
    Two outdoors men are out in the wild of the north. They are on a mission to deliver the body and coffin of a famous person. Their dogs disappear as they are enticed by a she-wolf and eaten by the rest of the pack. They only have three rounds of ammunition left and Bill, one of the men, uses them to try to save one of their dogs that is being attacked; he misses and is eaten by the pack with the dog. Only Henry and two dogs are left; he makes a fire with leaves and scattered branches, trying to d...
  • Man And The Dog
    1,038 words
    To Build a Fire The short story 'To build a Fire' by Jack London, tells about the relationship between man and nature. The story takes place in the Yukon during one of the long night. The main character who is unnamed travels with a dog along a small trail to a mining camp. The man leaves against the advice of a local and after a short time realizes that he should have waited. The temperature is extremely cold because the mans spit freezes before it hits the ground. The main obstacle of his jour...
  • Spenser And Jill
    847 words
    Spenser (protagonist) -Spenser, a former boxer, is a private detective from Boston. He is a very down to earth man, who likes to have fun in his work. He is very humorous and takes life as a fun ride. There is a point in the story where a larger man who attempts to intimidate Spenser, who responds by taking the large man down with one kick, all the while laughing at the man. Susan-Spenser girlfriend who has a Ph. D. in psychology from Harvard. She is a clinical psychologist, who has been romanti...
  • Crime The Condemned Man
    678 words
    "A Hanging" written by George Orwell, depicts the tragedy of taking a healthy man's life, through an abundant amount of similes, imagery, and symbolism. The main focus of this essay is centered around the hanging, and the events which precede and follow the action itself. The reader never becomes aware of what crime the condemned man committed. Therefore, there is no room to judge if this ultimate punishment is just. The tone dramatically shifts throughout the essay, giving rise to changes of em...
  • Dog And The Cat
    320 words
    Hi i am a dog. The dog is a cat but the cat does not exist. So the man ate the cat and the existance of both the dog and the cat did not exist. So the chinese man ate me, which I am a dog or a cat. So in order to exist on the paper of the world, they did not kill the man. yet the man did not kill any human beings. So why did the man kill the dog? It was a mystery. So another word, the dog was cubed up in its own paradox. Tradgecally no one was hurt. But engulfed cat could not realize that the ch...

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