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There's nothing but a voice-like left inside That seems to tell me how I ought to feel, And would feel if I wasn't all gone wrong. You take the lake. I look and look at it. I see it's...
Hello! I come from Spain and I am a Writer and worked as a Journalist for a variety of Media back in Spain. I also had over 10 years of Teaching experience now and then, because I love it. The most important think to start speaking a language is just trying conversation! What better way to speak it to a Spanish native? I am very good in conversation. It is much more fun than the traditional... read more
In, "The Giver," by. Lois Lowry, what does Jonas, the Giver, and Jonas' Father do to contradict what you would expect. Lost three examples for each.
I'm writing my first literature review, I have found 6 studies relevant to my question, one the the studies is already in a systematic review, can I use this study or can I only use the systematic...
At the end of the story "Never" we are left to wonder if Bellies ever does actually leave home. This is an example of ? A) A foil B) Ambiguity C)...
For this week's Ellen's Choice, it's time to run down another month of Reading Challenge books! Once again, it's a long one, so skim through for the titles in bold if you just want to see what I've read. Book 11: “Red Seas Under Red Skies” by Scott Lynch “a book with a color in the title” Wow - Locke Lamora is at it again! Consider me officially hooked on this series... read more
For this week's Ellen's Choice, I'm going to run down a month's worth of Reading Challenge books. It's going to be a long one, so feel free to skim through for the titles in bold if you just want to see which books I read and not my reviews of each one. Book 5: "Catch-22," by Joseph Heller "A book with a number in the title" This one... read more
I recently read a new-ish novel by one of my favorite authors, the incomparable Terry Pratchett, that provided me with some much-needed food for thought. The Long Earth, a collaboration between Pratchett and Stephen Baxter, centers around the invention and distribution of a simple contraption enabling its user to 'step' between an infinite number of parallel dimensions. Each of these dimensions... read more
People in the Jonas's community sees Jonas's eye color
Book 4: "a book of short stories" I checked off "A book of short stories" and read this anthology edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio. Gaiman begins the book with an introduction discussing how they collected the stories for this volume. He talks about the idea of four words that indicate a great story: "And then what happened?" This collection... read more
Book 3: "A Play" I threw this little beauty in my backpack a few months ago for a long day out teaching lessons. I've had Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" on my shelf for a while, but I'd never actually read it cover to cover. I love reading plays, so if I can swing it there might be a few more of them in this year's challenge, but this one fulfills the... read more
Toni Morrison's “Beloved” is a beautiful, poetic, and haunting work about love, motherhood and the lengths to which a mother will go to protect her children. The runaway slave woman Sethe kills one of her children (and attempts to kill the others) in order to save its life, and in doing so destroys the beautiful world she's tried so hard to create for the rest of her family. The baby's ghost haunts... read more
this is the full question: What is the basic argument of the plot? What themes (an abstraction/generalization about life, humanity, and human interactions) underlie the plot? What does...
Book 2: "A Nonfiction book" I came across this one while looking for an e-book to put on my iPad so I'd have something to read on those full-to-bursting-backpack days. It completes the item for "a nonfiction book," and wow...I tore through this book faster than I think I've read a nonfiction in a very long time. My favorite part about this one was Bill Nye's... read more
need a short discription of internal conflict for one flew over the cuckoos nest for mcmurphy! and fast! help!!!!!
You have one hour with a college prep specialist who can help make your admissions/scholarship essays award winning. How can you maximize your time? Here are five tips to get the most out of your time: Come Prepared. - Bring the essay prompts from each of your colleges. Bring a sample personal statement and resume. Be sure to have any information... read more
How should I write about William Shakespeare without it being boring for the teacher to read ? I'm not allowed to write only facts about Shakespeare , I have to be creative and make it interesting...
:for the love of the people I adore the lord of light, creator of earth and heaven and the middle regions of the skies, the eternal poet who composed this wonderful world of paradisal beauty and truth...
For the next few Ellen's Choices, unless I have a brilliant idea that must be discussed immediately, I'm going to start recapping the books I've read for my 2015 Reading Challenge. The Challenge is an ambitious attempt to read one book a week for the entire year, selecting each book based on prompt items in a checklist. Book 1: "A Book You Started But Never Finished" For... read more