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  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
    FADE IN: EXT. INSIDE A BARN - NIGHT A lantern light shines on ELIZABETH and JOEL as they start to exit the barn. Their shadows cast upon the house that is completely dark. ELIZABETH Whoa, stand still! JOEL Wh...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
    We have all seen them at least one time as an adolescent, the teen movie. They all take place in high school; there is the “queen bee,” and the striking jock. Even though there are numerous types of teen movie genres, do the genre films reflect reality, (the high school status quo) or do they se...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
    Goodness, loyalty, courteousness, evenness, and bravery all describe the traits an ideal hero would possess. In the poem Beowulf, there is one character who carries all and more of these stated characteristics, and that character is indeed the protagonist known as Beowulf. Throughout the poem Beowul...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
    In the poem The Odyssey by Homer, one can conclude that there is a lot to process in just 266 pages. One could also point out that there are a lot of themes that go into the making up of the poem. Several themes are the power of cunning over strength, misery of separation, and maturation as a journe...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
    In the novel The Scarlet Letter, many words or suggestive themes can be noted or stated to be the true moral of the story. Sin is by far the most common theme stated, which is the basis of The Scarlet Letter. Many articles and essays have been written that sin is the moral of the story. In a sense,...

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