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  • Golden Carp Tony
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    Children believe what their parents tell them but as they get older they start to question that which used to be unquestionable. Bless Me, Ultima is a novel by Rudolfo Anaya about a young Chicano boy, Antonio Juan Mare y Luna, who is growing up and seeing the world for how cruel it really is. A wise old, or faith healer, Ultima, arrives just before Tony receives his first glimpse into the world of men. Ultima gives Tony spiritual healing throughout the book, as well as advice to keep him in harm...
  • Made Tony
    720 words
    Bless me Ultima: The Growing up of a Young Boy Throughout the book Bless me Ultima, Tony, the young main character in the story, lost his innocence when exposed to the harsh world since he learned what life is really like. Ultima is a good which whom tries to guide Tony by teaching him morals and lessons. Narsico is as the town drunk, but isa good person. Tenorio is the demon in this story, as he wants to destroy Ultima. This book is about Tony's experience in adjusting to the rough world ata re...
  • Maria And Tony
    287 words
    West Side Story West Side Story is a modern novel version of Shakespeare's play, Romeo and Juliet. The two main characters are Polish boy named Tony and Puerta Rican girl named Maria. Maria is Bernardo's sister, the leader of a street gang named the Sharks. The Sharks are a Puerto Rican gang. Tony isa member of the Jets, the rival white gang of the Sharks wanting to keep Puerto Ricans out. The beginning starts as both gangs gather at a local dance. There, Tony and Maria meet and fall in love. Th...
  • Tony's Dad And The Gang
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    A GANGSTER TURNED WRITER There was a kid named Tony Davidson who lived in Italy, Tony's dad had a very powerful gang in Italy and everybody knew who they were. "If you " re having any problems I'll fix them". Said Tony's dad. Tony however didn't like violence he thought that all things could be handled peacefully. However everyone at school was afraid of him. They always bought him presents, gave him money because they knew if they didn't they would the price. Tony never asked for any of it thou...
  • Dream Tony
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    Psychoanalysis on Tony's dreams on the sopranosIntroTelevision has always tried to provide a true representation of the human condition. This is evident in the emergence of reality shows, shows based on true stories, and very realistic fiction. The sopranos is one of the few fictional shows that faithfully simulate the situations it tries to recreate. The sopranos is a show on HBO about Tony Soprano and his life in the mob. The show, created by David chase, shows immense Freudian influence in ma...
  • More Money Tony
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    In 1980, Fidel Castro sent hundreds of thousands of Cubans from his country on rafts to America. Castro not only sent everyday people to America on boats; he used this as a chance to clear out his crowded jail cells. There was an estimated 25,000 former Cuban inmates that arrived in Florida. Tony Montana is one of the masses of criminals sent by Cuba to America. His only chance to get a green card was to kill Rebe nga, a former political leader from Cuba. Montana had no trouble executing the for...
  • Tony's Mother And Sister Gina
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    Scarface This film revolves around the world of an immigrant from Cuba by the name of Antonio "Tony" Montana. Along with his very close friend Manolo "Manny", their goal is to live the American dream, which is to leave Cuba, relocate to America and become filthy rich. Tony's mother and sister Gina are already in the States and currently residing in the state of Florida, where he plans to go and reunite with them. He eventually does and introduces Manny to the family. Right away Manny seems inter...
  • Tony's Dreams
    855 words
    Blood becomes the river. The human race dies and only the 'she-goats and the he-goats' remain (176). The lake 'cracked with laughter of madness' and the 'ghosts stood and walked upon the shore' (120). Who dares dream such gruesome images? Only Antonio Mare. He argues with God and the Virgin Mary. He commutes with the dead; the dead asks him for blessings. Just who is this Tony person! You might not believe that this is only a seven year old kid, but he is the hero of Rudolf o Anaya's Bless Me, U...
  • Tony Lives With His Boyfriend Jaz
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    Miss Massey Summary: In the British short story from 1992 we hear about Miss Massey a homeless woman who lives at the Underground station. Tony, a gay man working there helps her from time to time. Even though he might loose his job. It is Christmas Eve so he decides to bring her home with him. Tony lives with his boyfriend Jaz. Jaz has a lot of problems with his family. Or they have a lot of problems with him being gay. They froze him out of the family when they found out. It is very hard for h...
  • Lives Of Thomas And Tony Buddenbrook
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    Ana Coleman October 11, 2001 History 225 Theories of Familial Duty in Thomas Mann's Buddenbrooks The novel Buddenbrooks was written by Thomas Mann in 1901. He was born in 1875, soon after the unification of Germany. He wrote several books, short stories, and essays for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. With the advent of World War II, Mann left Germany and lived the rest of his life in San Diego until his death in 1955. Mann's novel, Buddenbrooks takes place in Lubeck, (Norther...
  • Genuine Reality Of The Cop
    485 words
    In Tony's Story, Leslie Marm on Silko uses Leon, Tony, and Teofilo to explain the genuine reality of the cop. The genuine reality of the cop is it is an "it", standing for evil that brings drought to the Indian people. Leon does not realize the genuine reality because he has become "white". He asks if he can remember how to do the Corn Dance. "He grabbed my hand and held it tight like a white man". The wine he was drinking broke, "and the paper sack floated in the wine and pieces of glass". To f...
  • Page 149 Evidently April And Tony's Relationship
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    In societies throughout the world, children are sometimes raped by demented human beings. These victims cannot be blamed for the natural occurrences that are prone to them. Moreover, they have to live life with these horrid experiences. In the novel, Loving April written by Melvin Burgess, the main character of the story is April Dean. April was injured in an accident when she was five years old resulting in her disability. She has become frantic after the death of her beloved father, and things...
  • John Thomas And Annie
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    Tickets Please written by D.H. Lawrence is a 20th Century story. The protagonists are Annie and John Thomas a rather good-looking man who enjoys gallivanting. Annie wants her revenge on him as he drops her when she takes too much intelligent interest in him whereas in Tony Kytes, the Arch Deceiver written by Thomas Hardy the male protagonist is anxious to marry and settle down. Both stories are set in different periods. This affects the way in which the characters behave. The girls in Tickets Pl...
  • Christopher Tony
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    Tony Soprano tries to be a good family man on two fronts - to his wife, kids and widowed mother - and as a capo in the New Jersey mob. The pressures of work and family life gave him anxiety attacks so Tony started seeing a psychiatrist which is not the kind of thing a guy advertises in the circles Tony moves in - it could get him killed - so he kept it to himself. So what caused all this stress On the home front his marriage is shaky and his mother needs a nursing home (call it a "retirement com...
  • Contrast Seeing A Beauty Queen Home
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    Discuss The Techniques Used By The Authors To Reveal Attitudes To Women In The Three Stories The three stories 'Tony Kytes: The Arch Deceiver', 'Tickets Please' and 'Seeing A Beauty Queen Home' are each set where the author had lived for a period of time, but contrast greatly, for instance, 'Tony Kytes: The Arch Deceiver' is set in rural Wessex (Dorset), in the late 19th century. It displays attitudes to women in a very traditional way, whereas in 'Tickets Please', the women have a less traditio...
  • Tony The Story Of The Golden Carp
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    On Bless Me Ultima All through this book the main character, Antonio Mare, constantly feels conflicted about his spiritual beliefs. He sees the very disturbing killing of Lupito, and is immediately wondering about Lupito's soul. He is only seven years old and is already being pressured by his mother to become a priest. He is exposed to Ultima, a curandera, who has a history of helping people with her magic herbs. His father and mother are constantly disagreeing about religion. Yet, this little b...
  • Quality Time With Maria Tony
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    West Side Story is a novel about a two rival gangs, the Jets and the Shark located in West Side Manhattan, New York. The Jets, led by Riff feel that the Sharks, led by Benardo are invading their territory. The Sharks presume that they should be able to preside anyplace they choose. After the gangs provoke each other countless times the Jets plan to put a stop to it. Riff comes up with the idea of an all-out battle. The jets plan to meet up at a local community center where a dance was being held...
  • Just Tony
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    Tony Cole The way I feel about something's in life I can't change makes me feel sick inside. Life has many different ways of working with you and against you. I found that many people don't get the chance to see good things work for them. The most important strategy is just to keep the faith in your family and closest friends. I found faith and truth in my own family. Tony was my step brother who I was introduced to in the beginning of my fathers new relationship with a good woman named Sue Cole...
  • World's Best Skater His Best Known Tricks
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    If I could trade places with anyone for one day whom would I choose? I would choose Tony Hawk for two reasons. I admire his ability to skate and his character. Tony Hawk is a great skateboarder. He was born in San Diego, California. He later moved to Sierra Mesa, California, where he first learned to skate from his big brother. At age 10 Tony received his first sponsorship and at age 14 went pro. From there he slowly became the world's best skater His best known tricks include the half cab to bl...
  • Tony's Friend
    311 words
    Bless Me, Ultima Religion is a major theme in the story Bless Me, Ultima. Throughout the novel, Tony is faced with different beliefs and traditions that he can live by, and he is often confused about which path to follow. As he grows and is exposed to new people and things, he frequently questions his belief because he sees that there are other paths he can follow. This confuses him because deep inside he knows that he wants to follow God because he is afraid of believing in anything else. Tony'...

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