Poetic Justice

The main theme in this short story is the difficulty of choosing between reality and a dream. Once her dream was to marry Jed, but he broke it when he went to Ireland. The narrator has settled down, she married another man and created an ordinary life with him. When Jed suddenly contacts her through …

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An inspector calls was written in 1945 and was set the week the titanic sunk in 1912. It was written by J.B Priestly, J.B Priestly was born in 1894. He wrote the play in 1945 and set it in 1912 because he wanted people to see what life was like when class divisions all looked …

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The Third Floor Bedroom

My body froze while i stood staring at the big elaborate red door, with the rusty ’27’ losing its colour to nature slowly and painfully as if the colour wanted to escape the prison that it had been painted on. My feet tapped to a rhythm that I made up in my head as I …

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If I Was a Millionaire

Name: Tutor: Course: Date: If I Was a Millionaire The dream of becoming rich is widespread. The hopes of becoming wealthy are that money brings security and freedom. Money can be used to show off one’s success and boast to those who previously insulted, rejected or embarrassed a person. Wealth renders the weak influential and …

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Fire Island

A new day had begun. Slowly ascending into the cold dark sky, the sun glowed vibrantly with delight. The passionate colours of pink grapefruits, zesty lemons, citrus oranges and red cherries filled the sky with a warmth so rich, it ignited my very being. The sea so subtle, sparkled preciously as it casually strolled up …

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Rationale of the study: In the article, “Overcoming Bullying Behaviour,” (Clore&Hibel, 1997) bullying was described as “one or more individuals inflicting physical, verbal, or emotional abuse on another-including threats of bodily harm, weapon possession, extortion, civil rights violation, assault and battery, gang activity, attempted murder and murder.” Nowadays, students avoid going to school and create …

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Silas Marner Story

Silas Marner was a religious person, trusting to the eyes of community, he was highly thought of in the church called Lantern Yard, he was an example of life to the others. Among the member of his church, Silas was a friend with this individual, slightly older than him, his friend in Lantern Yard called …

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We can we define the British political system’s responses to the new electorate within three main categories. These would be the social reform Acts, the political reform Acts that were passed, and the new party organisation and structure. This will enable us to decide the extent to which the political system responded to the new …

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