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  • Firefighter A Heroic Job
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    he most heroic person? In the list there are many heroes, people that save lives, people who discover evidence and facts, and people who accomplish life long goals. It took me a while to decide on who is the most heroic, after I put my thoughts together I decided on the firefighter. Being a firefighter is a big responsibility: you have to be willing to put your life on the line for people you " ve never spoken to or even seen before. I believe a firefighter is the most heroic job there is even m...
  • Duchess And The Jeweller Oliver Bacon
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    THE DUCHESS AND THE JEWELLER Oliver Bacon, the jeweller, is really the only developed character in the short story "The Duchess and the Jeweller" by Virginia Woolf. The author uses the indirect stream-of consciousness technique as well as her own words to depicts the enterprising merchant as a many-sided man: He is both ambitious and sympathetic. The jeweller is highly arrogant and ambitious. His strutting smugness is evident through the animal metaphors used to portray him-from his physical bea...
  • End Of The Sermon
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    In the reading Salvation by Langston Hughes, there are many different underlying themes. There is the thought that even though it may be safer to be non-confrontational, it is not always the best approach. The adults wanting the children to be saved, portrays this. Being "saved", involves an inner peace that results in a faith in a higher power. People go along with the crowd, not being sure why. At the start of the story the churchgoers are trying to have the young children find Jesus, because ...
  • Candies In The World
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    Adventure As I walked into the building I felt my heart pulsating in my chest. My body temperature rose until my face was flushed and my hands were cold. My whole body shook as in an earthquake. I could feel my heartbeat travel all the way down to my feet. I told myself to pull it together. In five hours this would all be over. As I walked I seemed to draw the attention of strange people. They sized me up and down and led me down a long hallway, up some old wooden stairs and into a room. They to...
  • Little Boy Of Former Days
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    TODAY it seems to me providential that Fate should have chosen Braunau on the Inn as my birthplace. For this little town lies on the boundary between two German states which we of the younger generation at least have made it our life work to reunite by every means at our disposal. German-Austria must return to the great German mother country, and not because of any economic considerations. No, and again no: even if such a union were unimportant from an economic point of view; yes, even if it wer...
  • One Little Indian Boy
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    Agatha Christie's Use of Literary Allusions There She Weaves by Night and Day a Magic Web With Colours Gay Classic nursery rhymes, great poetry, Shakespearean plays, and modern drama all contribute to the intricate web of mystery that Agatha Christie wove in her many works. The meshing of literary allusions and several interwoven plots actively involve the reader and maintain the book's suspenseful atmosphere. Famous for her misdirection of readers through foreshadowing, dialogue, and pointless ...
  • Little Boy's Life
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    "Out, Out, notnotnotnot -- ' Robert Frost tells a disturbing story in "Out, Out, -- ", in which a little boy loses his life. The title of the poem leaves the reader to substitute the last word of the title, which some would assume would be out because of the repetition. The title is referring to the boy exiting the living world. Frost drags the reader's mind into the poem with the imagistic description of the tools and atmosphere the little boy is surrounded by. Frost describes the little boy's ...
  • Little Black Boy From Songs Of Innocence
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    Children in Blake's Poetry The use of children is a prominent theme in a number of William Blake's poems. It is apparent in reading such poems as, "The Lamb,"The Little Black Boy", and "The Chimney Sweeper", that Blake sees the world through the eyes of a child and embraces the innocence of the young. Blake's poem "The Lamb", from Songs of Innocence really illustrates the innocence and purity of a young child. The persona in the poem is of a young child. The child questions the lamb as to where ...
  • Little Boy A Good Boy
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    Antwone Fisher in my opinion is probably the most movie I have ever seen. People may say", What a good movie" but I say "what a good man". Antwone Fisher grows up living in a foster home where he is beaten, mentally and sexually abused. After spending time in an orphanage he doesn't know what to do with his life. After thinking about it he decides to join the Navy. The movie picks up with Antwone as a young sailor who has a problem controlling his anger. Sent to a psychiatrist (played by Denzel ...
  • Little Boy
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    This book was called A Painted House and was written by John Grisham. The visual part of this essay was a drawing of a house with large storm clouds hanging over top. The book was about a seven-year-old boy living on a quiet cotton farm in 1950's Arkansas. The drawing summarizes the three main topics in the book, peacefulness, innocence and murder. The drawing portrays peacefulness by showing an old farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. When most people think of peacefulness they think of being in...
  • Atomic Bomb Projects
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    The Atomic Bomb The year was 1945. The war in the Pacific had reached it's climax with the attack on Pearl Harbor, or so the world thought! In 1943 a new era was just being discovered when Albert Einstein had uncovered anew way of destroying things. One so powerful it could wipe out entire cities in seconds. When Albert told the president of the U.S.A. he had no idea of what the army was going to do with that know lege, the know lege of Atomic Theory! When the president of the United States of A...
  • One Little Indian Boy
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    And Then There Were None, written by Agatha Christie is a thrilling tale of ten people invited to a remote island by an unseen figure who never appears throughout the story. All those who were invited have pasts that they are hiding and many things to fear. The guests are cast upon Indian Island, an island off the coast of England around the 1930's. Strangers to each other, slowly they reveal their shameful pasts. Coincidently, the name which they were invited by, Mr. U.N. Owen sounds similar to...
  • Balloon And Other Little Boys
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    The Red Balloon Essay The Red Balloon is about a little boy and his love for a red balloon. The movie is a French short movie which won the Cannes Film Festival Award. The film has many symbolic meanings. The movie begins when a little boy finds a large, red balloon. He rescues the balloon from a lam post and takes it to school. When he gets to school many children try to take the little boy's balloon. The boy is forced to let go of his balloon other wise the other children will take it. But whe...
  • One Indian Boy
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    I recently read a mystery book by the name of 'And Then There Were None' by Agatha Christie. I read this book because I have read other books by Agatha Christie that were pretty well written. Ten people are invited to an island, called 'Indian Island', by letters that were signed by people they had met before. When they got to the island, they found out that their host, U.N. Owen, had not arrived yet. At dinner, they heard a voice, accusing each of them of a murder, which they were all guilty of...
  • Story Of Little Black Sambo
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    The Banishment of Little Black Sambo Literature is an exceptional way to give a point of view, to tell a story, or to entertain. However, some people believe that certain works reflect poorly on society, so they demand that these pieces be banned from civilization. Writings, such as The Catcher in the Rye, were restricted from schools due to vulgar and offensive content, and were deemed unfit for the eyes of an adolescent. Many books have been are prohibited to be printed due to harmful or dista...
  • Cross And The Stubborn Little Boy
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    The material I have read tells me about how white men could be so cold-hearted towards the faith of the Indians. The setting of this story was in the highlands of the Andes Mountains. There was a little boy who was ten years old, he was going to another village, he was being guided by a native Indian, a servant of the boy's father. The Indian was concerned about how the boy would react about the altitude sickness. So he asked the boy "Master, you are not concerned about getting altitude sickness...
  • Little Boy Looks
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    One in every 15 fathers had a child while they were a teenager. Sex and birth rates in the United States, are among the highest of developed countries (Si ecus 1). The issue of sex and the use of protection have been hammered through out the world with various types of ads. Television, magazine, and billboards are the top advertisements for companies. For every woman out there having a child out of wedlock, there is also a man behind the picture. In this commercial, for ZaZoo condoms, they simpl...
  • Mum And Dad
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    Autobiography Just Three Little Words It's funny the things you remember from your childhood. I can remember bits and pieces, but there is one experience that is so clear and stands out from all the rest. I remember it like it was yesterday, and this changed my little world at the time. It all started with three little words, but I will start from the beginning. I was seven at the time and my brother Matthew was nine. We lived in a small house but it had just been extended to add on another bedr...
  • Able Thought For A Little Boy
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    Essay the follower This essay is intended to analyze how father and sons relationships can at often times be a very complicated, but ever lasting one. And exploring how images, tone, rithm, and content address the issue of the poem "The Lesson" written by Edward Lucie Smith. First the image of the headmaster telling him that his father had gone and him thinking that he would bind the bully's for a couple of weeks make us think that the little boy had no relationship with this father but then wen...
  • Sweet Little Old Lady
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    Argumentative Essay: Could The Titanic Hav BeenArgumentitive Essay: Could The Titanic Hav Been Averted The Old Seed Jack rolled down the window of the old 1987 Dodge Ram pickup truck and tossed the cigarette butt out. It was bleak November and the cold air rushed into his face.? How we doin? for time?? He asked the dark-haired man driving the truck.? You know how Mario gets when we? re late for a delivery.? Gordy wrenched the steering wheel sharply to the right and turned down a dark street lead...

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