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  • Beautiful House And Rabbit
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    23/01/2002 The rabbit and the log house. By: Stepan Euro Once upon a time, there lived a rabbit. He lived happy and healthy in a log house with a fireplace. Every once in a while he would go out and cut some firewood from the forest. It was winter time, and he had to keep his log house warm. Rabbit also had a neighbor, fox. Rabbit didn't like her for some reason, maybe because she was a greedy animal. She was not trustworthy and lied a lot. She always told lies, everything she would say was a li...
  • House Near Scout
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    The story of To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in Alabama in the Depression, and is told by the main character, a little girl named Scout Finch. Her father, Atticus Finch, is a lawyer with high moral Scout, her brother, Jem, and their friend Dill are interested by local rumors about a man named Boo Radley who lives in their neighborhood, but never steps out of his house. Legend has it that he once stabbed his father in the leg wit a pair of scissors, and he is made out to be some kind of rare mo...
  • Eating Chickens
    446 words
    When one of my friends was little, she lived with her family in Tokyo, Japan. They had a little wooden house in the middle of what is now one of the largest tourist attractions in Tokyo. The little town is called Harajuku and it's one of the greatest crap-trap store magnets. It's famous for teenagers shopping for crap jewelry, crap music, crap clothes, and all overpriced. Well, it wasn't always that way. My friend's house was a beautiful wooden house in the traditional Japanese style. Japanese h...
  • Third Little Pig's House Of Bricks
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    November 8, 1999 The Three Little Pigs Once upon a time, there were three little pigs that were kicked out of their birth home by their parents and told to live life on there own. These three little pigs were ready to build their own homes and get secure jobs. The first little pig was lazy, overweight and did not like to work at all. He wanted to take the easy path, and built a house out of straw which could barely support it's own weight. After he was finished building his insecure house of str...
  • Ma In The Little House Series
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    Coventry Patmore believed his wife Emily was the perfect Victorian wife and wrote 'The Angel in the House' about her. Though it did not receive much attention when it was first published in 1854, it became increasingly popular through the rest of the nineteenth century and continued to be influential into the twentieth century. The Little House series reflects what Patmore originally wrote and strongly believed. "The Angel in the House" theme is both introduced and intertwined throughout the ser...
  • Little Person
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    Imagine walking down the street to your best friends house. As you are walking down the sidewalk, you notice a man and woman walking towards you. As the couple gets closer, you notice that they are laughing at something. You just walk by and put your head down. Next you come to a small tree hovering over the sidewalk, no need to duck. As you come to your friend's house, you reach up to ring the doorbell. Your friend comes to the door and looks through the peephole, but sees no one. You grab the ...
  • Little House On The Prairie Series
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    'The Banning of Little House on the Prairie' Objections to Little House on the Prairie arose in the mid 1990's. Until then, the book, as well as the rest of the series, was highly praised for children of all ages. In fact, Laura was such a highly praised author that a book award was named in her honor, The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. It was established in 1954 by the American Library Association and was first presented to Mrs. Wilder herself for the Little House on the Prairie series. It is now ...
  • Little Pigs Straw House
    692 words
    Matt Danville (Patrick, Catherine, Ryan) English 2 Ms. Fullilove 8/25/00 The Three Little Pigs Omniscient Point of View There once was a mother pig who could no longer bear to keep her little pigs tied up in the house, so she told her three little pigs that it was now time for them to seek their fortune. She warned them that each one should build a house to keep himself safe, thinking of the dangers that were out in the real world especially with each little pig being by himself. Finally, the mo...
  • Intertextual Look At The Three Little Pigs
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    The Three Little Pigs When reading Text Book we learn about Intertextuality, which is the technical term for a relationship between any form of literature that produces another in relation to its original. Such as the resent movie remake of the William Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew called 10 Things I Hate About You. In today's society everywhere we go, intertextuality can be present to the naked eye. Such forms of this can be seen on bumper stickers, in speeches, in poems or even in many dif...

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