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  • Battle Hawkeye Escapees With Cora And Alice
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    The Last of the Mohicans The story The Last Of The Mohicans takes place in eastern Canada and in the area of modern New York State. This area is also called the St. Lawernce LowLands. The book takes place in the year 1757 during the third year of the colonial wars between England and France. The books main character is about a man named Hawkeye who is a white man but his parents were killed and he was raised by a mahican man named Chingachgook. In the book Hawkeye helps a English soldier named D...
  • Rebeckas Place Mrs Danvers
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    Rebecka 1) Is 'Rebecka' a suitable name of the the book? Why? /Why not? Another name? Why is it called Rebecka? Yes, I think it's the perfect name of the book since everything, every subject is circulating around her. Her name characterizes the book so well. Rebecka doesn't leave too much of a space for other things in the book, even though she's dead. 2) What does people think about Rebecka? Does everybody like her? How was she really like? Friends, servants, strangers, they all adored her. She...
  • Lot Books
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    The name of this paper should explain everything when you think of night you think of darkness and maybe even evil which is what the jews had to suffer with when hitler got in charge this book explains how a young man handles and changes thought this book so due to what they went through he has to witness it with his family and friends it explains the rules they had to live by and how they debt with this rules and also how a family gets broken and torn and how some people really do care they jus...
  • Guy And His Enlightenment Towards Books
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    The Book I read was called Fahrenheit 451. Written by Ray Bradbury. Fahrenheit 451 took place in the 24th century. It was about a society that frowned on curiosity and outlawed books. The story focuses around a man named Guy Montage, A man who burns books for a living. The book talks about Guy and his enlightenment towards books and how he discovers himself in the process. There were 5 main character in this book. The main character in the story was Guy Montage, a fireman / pyromaniac. The firem...
  • Jon And The Beans
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    The Forgotten Door This book was about a 12-year-old boy, named Jon who fell through a magical door that transferred him to another world. When he fell through the door he hit his head on the rock floor of a cave, which caused him to lose his memory. He could not even remember his own name or how old he was. When he managed to walk out of the cave he saw a doe and followed it until he heard someone yell at him, it was Mr. Gilby. Mr. Gilby said, 'Devil take you. ' ; 'You ruined my aim!' ; '; What...
  • Bob Into His Eyes
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    Creative Writing: I Thought You'd Never Ask! The first day back to school for the new year, Bob noticed a new girl in the class. He stared at her for 15 minutes straight, and quickly fell deep in love with her. The teacher introduced the new student as Jennifer. Now Bob knew her name. He decided to introduce himself to her the next day. The next morning, as Bob was walking down the hall, he noticed Jennifer struggling to open her locker. In the struggle she dropped all her books. Bob took this o...
  • Sa's As Ass's Ass
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    The book I chose to read and critique was entitled Net Slaves. It was written by Bill Lessard and Steve Baldwin. The book's focus is on the "caste" system that makes up the internet work force. It gives detailed accounts of actual people who inhabit each level of this system. It describes each level in a unique way, giving specific jobs pseudo names such as Garbage men, Cops and Streetwalkers, Social Workers, Cab Drivers, Cowboys and Card Sharks, Fry Cooks, Gold Diggers, Priests and Madmen, Robo...
  • My Dinner Jacket
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    'I didn't expect to win " Philip Pullman, 55, became the first children's writer to win the 25,000 Whitbread Book of the Year prize on Tuesday, with The Amber Spyglass, the third instalment of the magical His Dark Materials trilogy. I did some writing in my shed on Saturday morning. It's a shorter book than the last one - a fairy tale along the lines of I Was a Rat which was recently dramatized by the BBC. After shopping in the afternoon, my wife and I walked the dogs. They are brother and siste...
  • Movie About Earvin Magic Johnson
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    Report 1. Give the name of the book underlined, the author, publisher, and original date of publication. A. Magic Johnson Court Magician, by Richard Levin. The publisher is Regen steiner publishing Enterprises and the original date of publication is in 1981.2. Discuss your subjects home life and education. A. Magic Johnson was born in Lansing on August 14, 1959. He is one of 10 children. His fathers name is Earvin, Sr. His mothers name is Christine. His family believes strongly on religion and e...
  • Mr Hand And Mr Book
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    Dark City I did my book report on Dark City by Frank Lauri a. The main characters in the book were John Murdoch, Mr. Hand, and Mr. Book. Since Murdoch woke up in the icy bathtub in a strange room, he has been suspicious of everything. He is wanted for a series of brutal murders which he can t remember committing. He later finds out that he posses a power called tuning, which allows you to stop time and alter peoples perceptions. Sort of like brain manipulation. He soon finds out that he is being...
  • Fifty Page Stalin Book
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    When I first heard that we would be doing a paper on a song by Billy Joel I thought that this was going to be not exactly an easy, but a fun project. I was impressed on how it was broken down into the years and I really liked the fact that we could choose our own year. Little did I know that that was going to be my downfall. When it came time to choose I had already singled out my year of 1955 because I recognized all of those names, but as my fate would have it 1955 was one of the first years c...
  • Particular Name
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    The book that I have chosen to read for my book report is a collection of memoir pieces from the viewpoint of a hispanic girl growing up in the Latino ghetto of Chicago. I choose this particular piece for several reasons. Our instructions were to find a book that dealt with the issues that face minority people on an everyday bases. When I found this book, I immediately picked it up and started to explore the world of a young woman by the name of Sandra Cisneros. I had heard of this particular au...
  • Good Bloke
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    A Parrot in the Pepper Tree by Chris Stewart Well, gosh, hello again. It's me, friendly Chris, the bloke who wrote that book about moving to Spain. It did so well, you know, that my publisher reckoned I should have another go. So what can I tell you this time, then? Not so long ago I went up to do some sheep shearing in northern Sweden and my car broke down. I could have frozen to death, but luckily I didn't as a mechanic was able to fix it. Domingo, my neighbour in the valley, married a Swedish...
  • Guinness's Diary
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    A Diary as a Documentation of One's Performance in One's private Life Alec Guinness writes My Name Escapes Me – The Diary of a Retiring Actor – in purpose of documentation of his performance to commit his story to the public record. In the diary, Alec Guinness, at 82, shows his wishes to spend his declining years as, "a retiring actor'; he has not done with acting; he is still performing; yet retiring. This time his performance is committed to words in the commissioned diary. I see a...

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