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One Aspect Of The Book
1,280 wordsThe book Anthem is a book about a world full of mindless people. They let the government control their every action from birth to death. The weirdest thing is how they actually seem to enjoy that lack of control. One young man named Equality 7-2521, however, starts to feel theres something wrong with his life. Unfortunately, because of his life as a mindless drone, he is virtually unable to express how he feels. The small parts he does understand are crowded with phrases like for the good of all...
Gang Members And Ponyboy's Friends
2,511 wordsThe Outsiders: An Analysis By: Yasir SeroussiTeacher: Mr. Saphir Class: 9's Introduction In this book analysis, about the book "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton I will discuss character and plot development, as well as the setting, the author's style and my opinions about the book. In this part of the analysis I will give some information about the subjects of the book, and about the author. The author wrote the story when she was just 16 years old, in the 1950's. The book was successful, and it wa...
Four Basic Principles In Design
959 wordsThe Non-Designer's Design Book By Robin Williams I chose this book because I am very interested in the design of a page, whether it be an advertisement, invitation, or feature story. I learned some important principles to follow. This book was easy to read and understand. I recommend it to anyone who might need a little help with design. There are four basic principles in design. They are contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity. I will go on to discuss these each separately, but keep in m...
Examples Of Fantasy In The Book
773 wordsIn the book, Brave New World, there are many examples of prophecy. The first example of prophecy is cloning. In the book they were cloning up to 96 people that all looked identical. Today we have successfully cloned a sheep, and we are moving towards possibly cloning humans just like the book prophesied. The second example of prophecy is brainwashing and hypnotism. In the book they conditioned, or brainwashed, the infants and children to like and hate certain things for the purpose of increased ...
Narration And Description In The Book Homesick
483 wordsSela Ward, the author of Homesick believes her family shows her everyday what a home truly is. Keeping in touch with her Southern roots is a chronic part of her life. This paper will share with you ideas about the book Homesick in addition to how it relates to my life and English 121. The book Homesick relates to my life in many ways. Like the author I feel the best gift my parents give me is spending family time together. Another way I can relate is that I get rapture from spending time with my...
Examples In Your Supporting Paragraphs
430 wordsYou will need to include more than just the examples in your supporting paragraphs. You will need good topic sentences, direct quotations from the text, smooth transitions from one example to the next and from one paragraph to another, and logical concluding sentences. Use exemplification paragraphs to provide instances that clarify your topic statement. The topic sentence is supported by examples that illustrate, support, and clarify the main point. Exemplification is part of any good essay. Ho...
362 wordsIn his novel, The Gifts of the Jews, Thomas Cahill attempts to explain the differences between Sumerian beliefs, and the early Semitic beliefs. In order to do this, Cahill goes back to Sumerian mythology and compares it to the early Jewish Bible. Throughout the first three chapters, Cahill brings forth a list of amazing and astonishing similarities between the two. For example, in his book, Cahill describes an ancient Sumerian myth: "Ut-napishtim and his wife, who have become "as gods" in the ga...
Confusing Action Reaction Action In The Book
679 wordsA Brave New World By Aldous Huxley Though Aldous Huxley leaves this book at a definite ending, he leaves you wondering what will their society be like because the "Savage' must have changed it. The theme for this book would have to be, "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. ' True, this is Newton's third law, but it does apply here. This theme is stated from the beginning of the book, though thoroughly present, it did not seem too important to me until later. When the reader ...
Hatchet By Gary Paulsen
313 wordsHatchet is the story of a young boy named Brian who is stranded in the middle of the Canadian woods after the plane he was in, crashes. Brian must learn to live in nature with no rations or food. He must survive with nothing but the hatchet his mother gave him before he left. Brian knows that he must learn how to live in this strange new environment quickly. He has to make many painful changes and ends up a completely new person with a new outlook on life. Hatchet is written in an interesting wa...
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