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  • Biney Ramona Thought
    361 words
    Ramona The Pest Ramona Quimby was a five year old girl who had an older sister who thought Ramona was a pest. Ramona did not think she was a pest. She would get mad when her family told her to stop being a pest. Ramona was very happy because she had gotten old enough to start to kindergarten. She thought growing up was the slowest thing in the world. Ramona had been waiting for years to be old enough to get to go to school like her older sister Beezus. When Ramona got to Glenwood School she met ...
  • Citedal Except Rudi Matt
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    The plot of the story deals with a boy and his lifelong dream. All his life Rudi Matt had dreamed of climbing the most feared mountain in all of Kurtal. He was never allowed to climb by his mother or his uncle but was raised to be in the hotel business. Rudi could not hold in what he and everyone else knew what he was meant to be, the first person to climb the Citedal. Ever since Rudi's dad Josef Matt died while climbing the Citedal, no one dreamed of coming close to the mountain. The villagers ...
  • Story From His Heart
    534 words
    Reading The Light The story that is most significant to me is 'Reading the Light'; by Roger Pfingston. This story felt like it was written from the heart. It is filled with emotions, ones that the author caught in his story very well. Even though I could not empathize with Brian, I did feel sympathetic towards him. When David said to Brian, 'Is it really such a surprise? I'm sure you know that your mother and I haven't been the best of friends lately. ' ; (6), that was a shock to me. David did n...
  • Hermit's Preoccupation With The Prostitute
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    The short story, House Opposite by R.K. Narayan is an example of a man and his struggle with his own humanity. The basic plot of the story includes a holy man (only referred to as 'the hermit') that is living along with the traditions of an Indian lifestyle. He considers himself to be a very good man, not succumbing to temptations or as it is put in the text, 'He rigorously suppressed all cravings of the palate and punished his body in a number of ways. ' It is indicated that the hermit really d...
  • Rebirth For Mrs Mallard
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    If, in today's world, a teenage girl was told that her future had been decided a long time ago, she would probably not take the matter lightly. During the early twentieth century though it was quite different. In a time bent on the notion that when a woman reached a certain age, she should be married, Kate Chopin's 'The Story of an Hour'; brings a different idea to a world that was not close to changing anytime soon. Her story brings light to a fact that is fairly accepted by today's society, bu...
  • First Lieutenant Jimmy Cross
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    Released From the Grip of What He Carried: Freedom Birds " They dreamed of freedom birds. At night, on guard, staring into the dark, they were carried away by jumbo jets. They felt the rush of takeoff. Gone! They yelled. (286). 'Freedom bird' an appropriate term for the jumbo jets that take the soldiers from their tour because it gives them the freedom from what has been holding them back. Throughout the story, First Lieutenant Jimmy Cross has his mind everywhere but on his infantry he is suppos...
  • Ada And Inman
    543 words
    COLD MOUNTAIN Since Cold Mountain does not heavily rely on dialogue to tell the story, the point of view Frazier uses to narrate the story is important: He must create the effect of being enveloped in two separate worlds, and give insight into characters who have no one to discuss their thoughts with. The only way to accomplish this is by using the omniscient point of view, which is when the author has unlimited knowledge about the characters and their thoughts. A romantic story is especially su...
  • My Opinion Of Maupassant's Story
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    Thank you very much for rereading my review. I really appreciate it. : ) I do however, respectfully disagree with your opinion of my review and I've listed the reasons below. The following line is my opinion of Maupassant's story: This is a story that has stood the test of time and is as relevant today as when Maupassant wrote it in the late nineteenth century. When I state that Mathilde is unhappy with her lot in life, that is my opinion. No where in the story does it say that she is unhappy. S...
  • Example Of Bonaparte's Thoughts
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    Guests of the Nation Frank O'Connor, the author of "Guests of the Nation", was born Michael O'Donovan in Cork, Ireland, in 1903. "Guests of the Nation" talks about friendship and about war. Belcher and Hawkins are English prisoners of war, looked after by Noble, Bonaparte and Jeremiah Donovan. Belcher and Hawkins were handed over from the Second Battalion as British troops threatened to overrun the strongholds of the IRA forces. Since he immediately offered to help her with her chores, the elder...
  • Story Of Danny And His Dog Mike
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    This is the story of Danny and his dog Mike who face many dangers in the wilderness. You can learn from this that good can come from things you once thought were useless and change to something much better. This story takes place in the wilderness of the Wintapi. It is mostly in the woods and rough mountain country. The main character in the story is Danny who gets caught in a snowstorm. The major-minor characters are Ross, which is Danny's dad, and Mike the dog. The conflict in the story is cha...

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