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  • Brighton To Ida
    1,375 words
    Brighton to Ida is a place of enjoyment and for meeting new people. Brighton is very crowded and busy because of the Whitsun holiday. Ida feels very at home and likes the atmosphere in Brighton. Since Ida is from London and bored of the way of life there she wants to enjoy and make a day of it in Brighton. Brighton is a very colourful and lively place in Idas' eyes. 'Ida went to the window and looked out and saw the only Brighton she knew,' Ida sees only the enjoyment and the pleasure of Brighto...
  • Ida B Wells
    809 words
    Ida B. Wells was a woman dedicated to a cause, a cause to prevent hundreds of thousands of people from being murdered by lynching. Lynching is defined as to take the law into its own hands and kill someone in punishment for a crime or a presumed crime. Ida B. Wells' back round made her a logical spokesperson against lynching. She drew on many experiences throughout her life to aid in her crusade. Her position as a black woman, however, affected her credibility both in and out of America in a few...
  • Thief Lord And His Band Of Thieves
    594 words
    The Thief Lord When the Thief Lord and he's band of misfit orphans accepts Barbossa's mysterious job from "The Conte", he gets a picture of a wooden wing from a magical Merry-Go-Round and an address. He's set to rob Ida Spa vento, a photographer and former orphan herself. Victor, the detective following Prosper and Bos trail, catches onto the Thief Lords plans and follows the orphans back to the abandoned theatre "The Star Palace", he then searches for the owner of the theatre, Dottor Massimo, a...
  • Rayona And Christine
    874 words
    Yellow Raft In Blue Waters is a tale of three women a fifteen year old half black and half Indian Rayona, who is trying to find herself, her American Indian mother Christine, consumed by both tenderness and resentment for the people she adores, and the mysterious Ida, who is the mother and grandmother. In written by Michael Dorris, the narrative is viewed from varying perspectives emphasizing the differences in the way we perceive every aspect of our lives, all three characters failed to have pa...
  • Christine And Ida
    562 words
    Paradigm Shift In Yellow Raft In Blue Waters by Michael Dorris, the daughters Rayona, Christine and Ida do not have paradigm shifts so they blame each other on solvable problems. The real problem is the lack of communication, erratic behavior, and the avoidance of confrontational situations. Rayona having a paradigm shift would make her see everything more lucidly. When Christine and Rayona arrive at Ida's house after their long trip, Christine abandons Rayona. When this happens, Rayona thinks t...
  • Carl And Alice
    878 words
    Character Response Hartley: The main character in the novel the "Divine Wind" is Hartley. He is not very adventurous, has strong feelings for Mitsy and yet is fairly withdrawn towards the rest of the world. His favorite past time seems to be the cinemas however hanging around with his friends his also not an uncommon attribute to his life. Personality wise, he is funny, normally looking at the negatives before the positives and seems very unfamiliar with his mother Ida. He seemed quite unaffecte...

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