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Life Altering Consequences.
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People make thousands of decisions a day. What to wear, what to eat, what to say, etc. It is such an instinctive attribute that people hardly ever think about their decisions until they have to face the unexpected consequences. As a result... (more »)
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Unraveling the true nature.
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The books Lord of the Flies by William Golding and The Giver by Lois Lowery are drastically different at a first glance. One teaches that Human beings are savage monsters torn down by trials, while the other proclaims that we are free spirited... (more »)
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Wizard of Oz Report
Did you ever think of a book that had more detail than the movie, all the time right, but this book is different. The movie had way more detail because the book is really small and didn’t have that much detail. The Wizard of Oz is about a... (more »)
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The Hobbit: Book and Movie Comparison
In the book, Bilbo Baggins lives in a hole under the hill. Where he is a respected pillar in the hobbit community. Hobbits are small people with hairy toes and big bellies. They like beer and funny jokes. Even though Bilbo baggins has spent his... (more »)
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The Positive and Negative Effects of Marijuana
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Marijuana is a very controversial issue with a lot of information being spread around, both for and against it. The subject of marijuana affects everyone whether they know it or not due to the millions of tax dollars that have been fruitlessly... (more »)
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An Essay on Magic
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~Magic~ Magic is something that everyone has heard of, yet not everyone believes it exists. Magic is everywhere; It may disguise itself in all sorts of different ways, like in the presence of a book series that becomes a phenomenon, or a... (more »)
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Scientific and Technological Advancements in...
By , York, PA
Many significant electronic and computer inventions that continue to play a vital role in society today date back to the 1970s. The American public was greatly impacted in various ways due to the affordability, efficiency, and novelty of these... (more »)
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Kuru and it's Effects on the Fore People...
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The practice of cannibalism has been sprinkled throughout histories across the globe, but rarely is so obvious a consequence seen as in the case of Kuru. Kuru is a neurological disease, specifically a spongiform encephalopathy, borne of... (more »)
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Harry Potter vs. Twilight
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In the past few years, two teen series have emerged out of a race for the best, and are now fighting for the gold. Harry Potter and Twilight have recently been making their ways into many debates. Die-hard fans have become determined to have their... (more »)
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Letters About LIterature Contest-Please Stop... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Dear Jodee Blanco, Everyday at 3:30 pm the end of school bell would ring, and my heart dropped to its stomach, my palms filled with sweat, and my head would pound so hard it split. I dreaded the globs of spit that hit my hair and face and the... (more »)
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The Odyssey Essay
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Homer’s The Odyssey reflects many Ancient Greek values through poetic devices and dialogue. In the epic poem, over and over again, Home continues to describe many Ancient Greek values that all people of that time should embody. He also clearly... (more »)
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Loneliness v. Solitude
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It has always been said that loneliness is a separate entity from solitude. For solitude is time spent voluntarily separate from others, while loneliness is perceived, involuntary isolation. Solitude is a choice, loneliness a feeling. Especially... (more »)
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A "Normal" Woman
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The aspects that contribute to a woman’s identity are incalculable and complex. Leonora is an intricate character in Ford Madox Ford’s The Good Soldier, not only as a woman, but as a wife. Her search for identity throughout the novel is... (more »)
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The Illusion of Marriage
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Kate Chopin’s novel, The Awakening was published in 1899 as the one of the first of its kind. It explores the mind of a woman trapped in a marriage that no longer fulfills her. Chopin astounded readers of the time with her bold presentation of... (more »)
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The Hunger Games: Comparing and Contrasting This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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What would it be like if your daily needs turned into a battle to the death? If violence and obsession were much more common than usual and the government was corrupt, what would you do? Could you do anything? Imagine that was your life every... (more »)
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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou is 281 pages of pure heart and reality. This autobiography caught my interest at the library for its creative title, which implies that even though some of us go through tough events and meet... (more »)
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