Category: Creative Writing

Inspiration Producers of movies have different ways of getting their message across to their viewers. Some use metaphors and others just lay it all out so we can learn from their experiences whether it being fiction or reality. Movies that we thought had no meaning could suddenly open up a whole new world for us when we are asked to write on or answer a…

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The rain bombarded Sully Erna’s tent, the drops like proverbial homing missiles. He was perfectly dry underneath what was no more than a sheet of plastic, and this brought a slight smile to his face. The thought entered his head without warning. “At last, some decent luck,” Sully suppressed the thought immediately, but it was too late. Like some ancient curse being let loose, the…

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Sandi vs the Voice of Temptation You may not recognise me at first. But trust me, you know me well. I’m the voice that makes you crave those “Light and Tangy” potato chips, and the mocha cream puff – the one with inch-thick cream and smooth lemon vanilla custard, sandwiched between light choux pastry with mocha flavoured icing on top, drizzled with chocolate. Do you…

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The Charm term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

On a Saturday morning in mid-June, Jason Mans and his grandfather were going on a camping trip that they had been planing for weeks. at 5:00 sharp, Jason and his grandfather were up, packed and ready to go to there trip at Lake Marine. On their way to the lake Jason and his grandfather talked about who was going to catch the biggest fish. after…

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My name is Chris Smyth. I am short, about 5 feet, black hair, with a blue eye and a brown eye, and I have a tan on my arms only. Everything always goes wrong for me. For example, I have glasses, hearing aids, braces, asthma, I am overweight, I don’t do to good in school, and I only have one friend: Lisa Johnson. Lisa has…

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It was with great hilarity that I listened to the news about the 500 asylum seekers registered with the ‘belastingdienst’ (tax office) under the name Vogelpest. For those outside the Netherlands, ‘Vogelpest’ is the name given to the disease in poultry over here, which has resulted in tens of thousands of poultry being destroyed. You could call it ‘Mad bird disease’. What makes the story…

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Although the book Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, was written more than 60 years ago, its subject has become more popular since most of the technologies described in the book have, at least, partially, become a reality. Huxley’s community of Utopia is a futuristic society designed by genetic engineering, and controlled by neural conditioning with mind-altering drugs and a manipulative media system. Yet, despite…

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Emily Grierson: The Life of the ‘Old South’ Much of the literature of our culture is engrossed with such literary techniques as symbolism, imagery, motifs, and personification. William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” is a unique example of the power personification has on the overall theme of a story. The use of personification by authors assists the writer by giving the reader more of an…

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Kevin Raybur’s run 1968, Six o’clock in the morning The Olympic village was quiet in its lazy sleep, but Kevin Reybur was already awake, and ready to run. The easy 8-mile morning workout was only a part of the blonde-haired phenomenon’s training schedule. Later in the afternoon he would suffer through fifteen miles of pace-work and intervals on the golf cart paths and quiet streets…

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The modern women of today continue to be kept from their full potential. Greater recognition needs to be accorded women’s roles in, and contribution to, the American system. Significantly, a study reported in The Historian: A Journal of History found that 44 percent of general American history books do not even mention the struggle for women suffrage, and 65 percent fail to record the names…

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