Polar Bear Food Chain
571 wordsSPECIES - Ursus Maritime, Polar Bear, lord of the Arctic. Lives in an area of five million square miles of snow and ice. From Siberia to Alaska and across Canada, Greenland and the Islands north of Norway, he is the master of all living things except man. It lives in the brutal cold, ice, and snow. The temperature can plunge down frequently to - 40 degrees and sometimes even lower but that does not bother the polar bear because of its color-less skin and layer of insulation fat. Its range extend...
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Begins To Feel Worn Path
643 wordsIn the modern short story, Eudora Welty clearly develops Phoenix Jackson as a main character who indirectly manipulates other people. Phoenix, as the speaker in A Worn Path holds the status of an old Negro woman who continues the everyday cycle of life. Although, in reality Phoenix is an average human being, who feels she must be rewarded for living. Phoenix believes that humanity owes her something for the troubles she encounters throughout her lifetime. When Phoenix says to the hunter, thats a...
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Avenging His Fathers Uncle Claudius
951 wordster> Assignment 1: Explication from Hamlet (1. 3. 111 - 137) (My lord, he hath importuned me with love [end of scene]. Ophelia and Polonius have a father-daughter discussion toward the end of Act 1 where Polonius, concerned father that he is, warns his daughter Ophelia of becoming too involved with Hamlet. This warning comes just as Laertes, brother and son, has bid farewell. Laertes has just warned Ophelia himself of getting involved with Hamlet this is the first time the audience is ...
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Law And Order Authority And Civilisation Jack
444 wordsWhen the boys first arrived on the island they automatically seemed for some kind of law and order since there are not any grown-ups. They want to belong to a group, with someone in charge to lead them, and make them feel safe. After being chosen in a democratic election, Ralph becomes this leader. Ralph's society becomes a symbol of the democratic society, where everyone has their rights and an equal say. He assigned the choir as hunters and Jack the position of being the leader of them. The co...
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Relationship Between Huck And Jim
484 wordsThe Relationship Between Huck and Jim By William Regular In his novel Huckleberry Finn, the relationship between Huckleberry Finn and Jim evolves a great deal, especially during their journey on the raft. The two rely upon each other to survive and keep their mental up. The fact that Huck proves to be willing to sacrifice many things and ideals for Jim, involving honour, pride and even come near loss of life, proves that he really cares about Jim, considers him to be his friend. Huck makes his f...
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Eating Or Drinking Contaminated With Brucella Brucellosis
356 wordsCause Brucellosis is caused by the bacteria Brucella. This bacteria infects domesticated animals. The animal that causes Brucellosis the most in Australia is infected cattle but also sheep or goats. Conditions Humans get Brucellosis in one of three ways: Eating or drinking something that is contaminated with Brucella Breathing in the organism Or having the bacteria enter the body through skin wounds The most common way to get Brucellosis is by eating or drinking contaminated dairy products. When...
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Ralph And Piggy Jack And Ralph
1,631 wordsThroughout the boys stay on the island, they experience many events, which have a momentous impact on their lives. During this time Ralph becomes a clear leader by nature figure whose actions manifest belief in democracy and civilization. In the beginning Ralph shows authority and concern for their well-being, and he in fact, represents the civilized values that the boys bring with them to the island. Though as their adventure progresses Ralph has to combat an-going struggle with Jack for the le...
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Literary Elements Of Golding Lord The Flies
432 wordsMost good writers like to include some scene or sentence that just catches peoples eye. And they wonder, why did they have to put that in? or was it even necessary to have that happen. The book Lord of the Flies by William Golding has many scenes that are meant to have the reader wondering but one scene that caught my eye was the fallowing: In Chapter 8 Gift for the Darkness after the hunters hunted down a pig and had killed it. Jack the leader of the hunting group orders for a stick to be sharp...
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Killed A Pig Lord Of The Flies
944 wordsThe Lord of the Flies is not just a nasty story about little boys on an island. In fact it is a parable about real life and human nature. This book is about Golding's views on human society and having lived through two world wars and many others, Golding has seen how evil we can get and the continual ironic re occurrences of human errors throughout history. At first, Golding is saying that the future is gray, society is disintegrating and anarchy and violence are due to thrive once more, but the...
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Effects Of The American Indians On European Colonization
1,188 wordsWhen examining the effects of American Indians on European exploration and early colonialism, it is difficult to overstate its importance. It is believed that the first human in the Americas can be dated to 30, 000 15, 000 B. C. In the thousands of years that elapsed between the native settlement of North America and the arrival of the Europeans in the fifteenth century, the Indian people developed and adapted a life-style that allowed them to thrive as a people. Although quite different from it...
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Control Over The Kids Jack Didnt Ralph
360 wordsIn my essay I will talk about the three major obstacle that were put out into the island that changed Ralph and the rest of the kids life forever. The three major obstacles were domination over each other, fear, and anger. I will further explain my reasons of choosing these obstacles in my essay. The first obstacle was anger, Jack was suppose to watch the fire so that if there was a plane they would see the smoke and come rescued them. Jack and the hunters went hunting for a pig for supper. Whil...
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One Of The Most Important Jacks Group
728 wordsWilliam Golding's novel, the Lord of the Flies, is full of things symbolizing and representing our modern day society and its struggles to maintain stability. Although it is difficult to pick only three symbols, as the most important ones, I believe one would be Ralph. Jack and the beast would be my other choices. Together, the three basically represent the world in which we live in. Ralph definitely is one of the most important of the symbols in the book. He was the representative of civilizati...
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Piggy Is Murdered Conch Is Broken Jack
1,165 words... tisbury) calling for fiction which was not domestic and usual but exciting and thrilling. He would have read Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution because Hyde looks so much like an ape, almost as if he had regressed back to a beast. There was also much interest at the time into the human brain and its functional properties. Both authors use a very different story to illustrate their philosophy. Lord of the Flies is set on a tropical island paradise. A plane evacuating boys during wartime cra...
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Genetically Engineered Chaos Theory
1,117 wordsPark 'Nature won't be stopped... or blamed for what happens' (Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton). Jurassic Park mystifies its critique even as it makes it; or rather, to be more precise, it offers us contradictory messages about whom to blame for what goes wrong. Science finally takes the blame. Near the end of the book, while the humans are fighting off the velociraptors, Malcolm (the mathematician) delivers a long and didactic speech about how science is to blame for messing up th...
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Gun Control Legislation Arms Shall Not Be Infringed
1,133 wordsOn April 20, 1999, what is quite possibly the worst school shooting ever to occur in the United States took place at Columbine High School in Columbine, Colorado. Around 11: 30 in the morning, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold moved from the hallway, to the library, to a science class, to the cafeteria killing students as they went, and then finally ending up in the main office where the killing spree finally ended with both killers taking their own lives. In a period of about fifteen minutes two gu...
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Good Versus Evil Lord Of The Flies
1,128 wordsLord of the Flies and Othello Comparison The age-old theme of good versus evil is presented in both William Golding s Lord of the Flies (LOTF), and William Shakespeare s Othello. The characters are used to show the battle between the two. Simon and Desdemona who represent purity and embody an innate goodness are challenged by many characters that do not possess the same holy qualities- who have actually subsided to the evil that is, in every way, their opposite. Jack and Iago represent the evil ...
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Lord Of The Flies Simon
618 wordsThere are many ways to read Lord of the Flies. To some it is simply an adventure story about a group of boys stranded on a desert island, others interpret it, and see the boys as metaphors for important aspects of our everyday lives. Several different theories have been presented, claiming to explain Golding's symbolism. What many seem to have overlooked, is that the answer is right there in front of them. It is in the title: Lord of the flies, a translation of the greek word Beelzebub. And what...
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Loss Of Innocence Lord Of The Flies
747 wordsIn William Golding's book The Lord of the Flies, two running themes are innocence and the loss of it and the fear of the unknown. Another way to describe the fear of the unknown could be man ultimately reverting back to an evil and primitive nature. The cycle of mans rise to power and his inevitable fall from grace is an important point that book proves again and again. Lord Of The Flies symbolizes this fall in different manners, ranging from the illustration of the mentality of actual primitive...
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One Of The Boys Positive Outcome Jack
836 wordsIn literature characters are often faced with a crisis or a set of circumstances that change them in a positive or negative way. The novel Lord of the Flies is a good example of that. The personalities of the boys do change. In general, there is the gradual high point of evil that warps their characters and in some boys there is a change for the better. Ralph and Jack are two very good examples of that. Ralph was one of the boys who changed for the better. In the book Ralph went through many ups...
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Side Of Human Nature Lord Of The Flies
1,110 wordsThe Savage Side of Human Nature: The True Beast In Lord of the Flies, the beast is a presence throughout the entire book. First seen by a little when he is frightened in the dark, the beast is seen everywhere by the boys, but only when they are afraid. Towards the end of the book, the boys begin to become more savage. They still believe the beast is a real being that is to be feared, but the reader begins to see that the true beast is not a physical being at all, but a side of the boys themselve...
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