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  • Steve Mancini As Gary
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    Book Review of 'The Burning Man' by Phillip Margolin Peter Hale, the son of Richard Hale, a four-year associate at Hale, Greaves, Strobridg, Marquand, and Bartlett, has lived his life under the shadow of his father. Despite having a high five-figure salary and fire-engine-red Porsche, Peter was constantly trying to overcome the expectations of his high-class lawyer of a father, who was former president of the Oregon State Bar. Handling only small-time cases did not present Peter with the opportu...
  • Reason For Gary's Anger
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    Anger is a very powerful emotion. Anger generates hostility and a loss of control. It can tear into a person's heart and ruin them. We see this in Norman Mailer's book The Executioner's Song. The main character, Gary Gilmore, demonstrates so much anger that his blind rage leads to murder. There are many sources of anger that lead Gary to commit the violent murders that he has. We see that Gary has a lot of pent up anger in him. This is shown in a number of instances. When Gary Gilmore was first ...
  • Next Day Gary
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    The story starts off with Gary Lutz sitting under his big oak tree in his back yard reading his comic books. Then Gary's pain in the butt neighbor, Mr. Andretti, keeps scaring Gary by telling Gary that Mr. Andretti's beehive has gone crazy. Gary falls for it every time because Gary is afraid of bees. All day, Gary reads his comic books because he hates to do anything else. No one likes Gary because they think he's a nerd, because he stinks at sports and looks weird. For instance, one time Gary w...
  • Paulsen Books
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    Gary Paulsen Born May 17, 1939, Gary Paulsen is one of America's most popular writers for young people. Although he was never a dedicated student, Paulsen developed a passion for reading at an early age. After a librarian gave him a book to read, along with his own library card he was hooked. He began spending hours alone in the basement of his apartment building, reading one book after another. Running away from home at the age of 14 and traveling with a carnival, Paulsen gained a taste for adv...
  • Kandy And Gary
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    SHORT STORY FOR ENGLISH CLASS There was a girl named Kandy, she was 15 years old. Her life was extremely boring, all she ever did was go to school, go on her computer, eat and sleep. She spent all summer on her computer. She was really good with HTML and spent her free time making web sites. Kandy didn't have many friends and rarely talked to guys because she was shy and un confident about her looks. That's why she went into chat rooms. She made a web site with pictures of herself on it and told...
  • Characters In Gary's House
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    "Australian drama is a valid portrayal of national identity". Discuss the ways in which Gary's House explores the characters connection to a larger human struggle. Australian drama is a valid portrayal of national identity in that the plays usually deal with some sort of Australian issue. Gary's House in particular deals with the lives of four Australians and their struggle to be happy. Many of the issues portrayed are universal issues but can more specifically be related to Australian people. O...
  • Gary's House Issues Of Grief And Isolation
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    Australian Contemporary theatre strongly focuses on dramatic forms and conventions, performance styles and themes, and how these reflect changing cultural, social, historical and political issues and interests. In Gary's house, written by Debra Oswald, the performance styles employed reflect the society of the battling under class of the 1970's and onwards, where overcoming grief and following the individual dream was the main influence in theatre. Similarly in The Seven Stages Of Grieving, comp...
  • Gary And Sue Anne
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    EXAMPLE ESSAY QUESTION: With reference to Gary's House, discuss the techniques devised to realise the playwright's artistic and social goals. ANSWER: Gary's House illustrates many of the issues and predicaments confronted by Australians today, especially those people who are marginalised by society. The play primarily does this through a style which can be described as selective realism, with naturalistic dialogue counterbalancing the archetypal characters and overtly theatrical devices. The pla...
  • Sue Anne The House
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    The major setting of the play, 'Gary's House' is a house. It is rather symbolic on many different levels throughout the play, and in particular, for the characters. The house holds quite importance to the character of Gary. For the character of Gary, it symbolizes a new start and direction for his life. The house is a labour of love for his partner, Sue- Anne and his unborn child. Through building them a house, Gary tries to achieve the kind of life for his family that he feels he himself never ...
  • Gary Soneji Murphy
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    James Patterson wrote Along Came A Spider. The genre is adult fiction. It is a good novel because it has a great mystery in it. This novel also has a lesson in it. The lesson is not to tie your family up with your work. The setting in this novel takes place in Washington DC from 1932-1934. Gary Soneji, (a. k. a. Gary Murphy) is a serial killer who kidnapped two children, Maggie Rose, the golden-haired daughter of a famous movie actress. The other child was Shrimp ie Goldberg, the son of the Secr...

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