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Frankenstein Rejection By Soci
Number of words: 640 - Number of pages: 3

.... from the old man and eventually his children. He knew that it could have been possible because the old man was blind, he could not see the monster's repulsive characteristics. But fate was against him and the "wretched" had barely conversed with the old man before his children returned from their journey and saw a monstrous creature at the feet of their father attempting to do harm to the helpless elder. "Felix darted forward, and with supernatural force tore [the creature] from his father, to whose knees [he] clung..." Felix's action caused great inner pain .....


Bouldering
Number of words: 2505 - Number of pages: 10

.... Malden West Virginia after the Civil War. They went to live with his stepfather, whom they had only seen a few times before. When they arrived in Malden, Washington was no more then nine years old. However, he went to work with his stepfather in the salt mine business feeding the furnaces. His education started with a Webster's old "Blue-Black" spelling book that his mother had provided him. She hoped it would help him to learn to read. When Washington started working with his stepfather in the salt mines, he had to work from dawn to 9:00 PM, receiving very few b .....


Frankenstein
Number of words: 3039 - Number of pages: 12

.... for his creation. Science is about understanding nature. It incorporates all things around us and attempts to look at every hair, muscle and movement of an object to find out everything about it. Science is also about adding on to what already exists; this was a problem. When Dr. decided to introduce a new being into the world, he didn't have to consult anyone, answer any questions or think into the future. With no monitoring, one scientist not only caused four unwarranted deaths, he endangered the lives of many more. "The death of William, the execu .....


Shiloh
Number of words: 1217 - Number of pages: 5

.... to sudden infant death syndrome. The most common symptoms are anxiety and depression (Boyle 933 par.1). She is always trying to stay busy. First she decided to build her own body up. She goes to the gym or does exercises around the house whenever she is home. Second she decided to take night classes at her local community college. She comes home and writes essays of stories she has read. She never seems to be in a relaxed state of being. These are signs of anxiety. The definition of anxiety is uneasiness. She canít decide what she wants to do with hers .....


The Bay Of Pigs
Number of words: 504 - Number of pages: 2

.... Central America, Southern North America, and Cuba. The United States has bases in Guatemala, and San Jose for staging and training areas for the Cuban refugees. Some of the refugees from Miami have volunteered to work underground in Cuba. This book takes place during the beginning of the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Cold War, 1961. This time was critical for Cuba. Cuba is torn between Democracy and Communism. Culture: Culture has not changed in most aspects since 30 years ago, the religions and foods that people eat are all still the same. Americans .....


Great Expectations & Oliver Tw
Number of words: 1604 - Number of pages: 6

.... While at the orphanage, Oliver from Oliver Twist also experienced a great amount of abuse. For example, while suffering from starvation and malnutrition for a long period of time, Oliver was chosen by the other boys at the orphanage to request more gruel at dinner one night. After making this simple request, "the master (at the orphanage) aimed a blow at Oliver's head with the ladle; pinioned him in his arms; and shrieked aloud for the beadle."3 The whole beginning of Oliver Twist's story was created from memorie .....


Ethan Frome Book By Edith Whar
Number of words: 1007 - Number of pages: 4

.... the farm and saw mill and try their luck in a large town" (pg 71). It was believed that her sickness was derived from the "effect of life on the farm, or perhaps, as she sometimes said, it was because Ethan "never listened" " (pg 72). Due to this Ethan felt it was his responsibility to take care of his wife. Zeena had been trying hard to get help as she occasionally left town to seek medical assistance. Ethan had "grown to dread these situations because of their cost" (pg. 62). Zeena had always returned with expensive remedies that were promising but never ended .....


Catcher In The Rye 9
Number of words: 909 - Number of pages: 4

.... kids. There was profane language on the wall and he did not want them reading it. He thought it may corrupt them and said, "It drove me damn near crazy". The title also relates to the theme, which is essentially that Holden Caulfield, a prep-school dropout, seems only to relate to his younger sister, Phoebe. He is an adolescent who finds himself alone, lost and troubled, in addition to being a compulsive liar. He tries to make sense out of life, but he's so confused that he cannot. Holden saw other reasons why people do things, not just what is on the su .....



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