The Girl and the Gun

The girl still stood, aiming the weapon at his heart. Tears ran down her face, but the gun did not waver. “It was the voice,” Bailey said. “You and I were . . . linked. We . . . touched him, were him. He’s the one who made me live, sent me here. Who was …

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Educating Rita

In the play Educating Rita by Willy Russell we are lead to believe that in the first few scenes Rita and Frank have nothing in common. We assume this on a few small things like the way Rita talks. She is a very out going character who talks like a commoner. ” you’d better get …

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Three girls

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Three girls The story is about two students from New York University. They are in a warehouse called Strand Used Books on. The warehouse has treasures as well as books. These two girls are going through books when someone interesting walks to where they are. The person is dressed like a …

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This poem is an effective character portrait of an old woman, Elizabeth Jennings grandmother, who replaces friendship and companionship with antiques and objects. It’s from the viewpoint of the granddaughter looking back on their relationship. Elizabeth Jennings uses simple statements, which clearly describes her grandmother. Her poems are autobiographical, looking back and reflecting on the …

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Comrades And Episodes

It was a cold and windy night. I could only just feel my feet through the tight, but thin leather on my boots. My heart was pounding, as I walked across no mans land, the wind suddenly caught up. I thought about my family, as I approached the barbed wire. I gazed into the distance …

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The Inimitable Name

Gerringer Carrington O’Bryant, what a mouthful. The name’s uniqueness evokes a sense of history, tradition, even heritage. Surely a name such as this is derived from a rich family legacy passed down through generations. Countless times I have been told my name must have significance, as if destined for greatness, even presidential. Excited to understand …

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