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The Redwall Series Essay Examples

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A Review of the Redwall Series by Brian Jacques
Dear Submission Committee, According to www.amazon.com, "The satisfaction level for this book is at 4.5 out of 5 stars, or 90%." What book could earn a satisfaction level this high? The Redwall series of course! This series, consisting of 13 books, has to be my preferred choice. The non - stop action, the animals...
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A Review on the Main Characters of Mattimeo
Setting: The story takes place in Mossflower, a forested area where the animals of Redwall live. It takes place in fantasy times. There are no humans, just animals roam the earth.The Main Characters: The main characters are Mattimeo who is the son of the great warrior mouse of Redwall, Matthias. Matthais is the great warrio...
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My Baby Steps towards Literacy
As a child I used to constantly read books every day it became the focal point of my every day life. If I did not read I habitually did not feel at peace reading was essentially my life because it gave me the ability to heighten my imagination. As a child my imagination was everything to me because it gave me the competence...
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A Comparison of the Survivor and Boot Camp by Fox Network
The Survivor format leaves me cold. Bring together a bunch of people I don't care about and subject them to physical jeopardy to see which of them makes it to the big bucks, and there gone. And even though this is also the format for Fox's Boot Camp, a show in which a handful of everyday folks compete in military style bas...
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An Analysis of Sex and the City Tv Series
The relationship between women and the cities has been fraught with complexity; throughout the past couple of centuries, this highly debatable correlation is deemed problematic for many feminists and theorists. In particular, the conceptualization and evolution of the flaneuse from the flaneur has not yet been reconciled to...
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An Inside Look on the 1919 World Series Chicago White Sox Scandal
The 1919 World Series resulted in the most famous scandal of baseball history. Eight players from the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the series against the Cincinnati Reds. The events concerning the series were very controversial and many of the facts died with the participating team players. However, the player...
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A Brief Analysis of the Advertisement of New Series Promoted by HBO Called KO Nation
Date: September 27, 2000 Subject: HBOs new series called KO Nation advertisement analysis Purpose of the advertisement: HBO is trying to promote its new boxing show for its network by using specific techniques of glamour and flashiness to attract its targeted audience. Description of the Advertisement: This...
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The Success of Mach3 Gillette Series
Executive Summary This report sets out by analyzing one of Gillette(S)'s successful launched product series, the non-disposable shaver - Mach3 series. For convenience, word "Mach3" is used, in this report, to represent the Mach3 series. Mach3's competitive positioning in the local male shaving market is anal...
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A Review of the A-Team Series
It was the late 1970s. There I was, a youngster sitting in the warming glow of Farah Fawcett-Majors, Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson coming from the cathode-ray tube, cursing God for not making me a girl. Charlie's Angels had a big impact on me. Although originally dismissed by the critics as "jiggle TV," it found a...
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A Biography of the Life and Achievements of Robert Rauschenburg
Robert Rauschenburg is an American artist famous for experimenting with a variety of materials, techniques, media, and styles. His search for new forms of expression throughout his career inspired many artists in the United States and Europe. Rauschenburg was born in Port Arthur, Texas. He first attracted attention in the e...
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An Introduction to the Influence of Television Series: A Nostalgic Outlook
Many times we look to past decades in our lives or either in television series with a nostalgic outlook. Looking to the past with a nostalgia outlook is not always healthy for a person. When a person looks to another time in a nostalgic way people see things the way that things used to be and this can affect the outlook the...
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An Analysis of Major Themes in Star Trek an American Television Series
INTRODUCTION: Television programs provide one of the most popular forms of entertainment today. From The Simpsons to The X-Files, television shows amuse, shock, sadden, and excite us by turns. Television does more, however, than simply entertain. Television shows are cultural products, and as such, they reflect, reinforce,...
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An Analysis of the The Real World New Orleans the Television Series on MTV
MTV has been putting seven strangers into a mansion for years, but none of the previous episodes have been so intoxicated and as sexually charged as “The Real World---New Orleans”. There is Jamie, the typical good-looking frat-boy, Julie, the cute-yet sheltered Morman, Melissa, the confused and neurotic barbie doll, David,...
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Why I Love Poetry
There are some books that just always stay with us. Book series that
just seem to follow us around and have a book for every different type
of person. The one series that haunts me is the Chicken Soup series.
Maybe it's because I could never find the right one for me. What I
needed was a Chicken Soup for the Poet's soul. Be...
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My Childhood: How the Characters in the Harry Potter Series Have Influenced My Life
I have been influenced all my life by one book series and multiple characters within this series. This magical series in the Harry Potter series written by J.K. Rowling, and came into my life when I was three but wasn’t introduced to me until I was seven. Each character in this book has influenced me a different way. Sever...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Boarding Schools
Boarding schools have been attaining a glamourised image owing to the
likes of the Harry Potter series with the infamous Hogwarts with
increased applicants to boarding schools than ever before. Many young
people are hoping for their own version of Harry Potter.Though the image
was quite different with famous writers compari...
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Three Children of Youthful Ghosts at Play: Revisiting Sally Mann's Immediate Family
Contemporary American photographer Sally Mann's 1993 series Immediate
Family documents the private lives and intimate experiences of her three
young children. The 78 page paperback consists of 65 black and white
photographs taken between 1984 and 1991 at the family's secluded,
private estate in rural Virginia. The natural l...
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An Analysis of the Television Series Psych
Psych is an American detective comedy-drama television series created by Steve Franks and broadcast on USA Network. It stars James Roday as Shawn Spencer, a young crime consultant for the Santa Barbara Police Department whose "intense observational skills" and impressive detective instincts allow him to convince people that...
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Revealing Different Torturing Methods by Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow's Series on 24
Ever since its first season on fox in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks in 2011, Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow’s addictive television series, 24, has educated its viewers on how much and what type of torture suspected as well as convicted terrorists endure before giving out invalid or significant information about a recent...
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The Deterioration of the Modern Family
Childhood has often been seen as simplistic, uncorrupted, and carefree. However, this is not the case; there are many common problems that
children face today. The deterioration of the traditional family is one
of these problems, whether it's through the loss of parent(s) or through
divorce. Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudela...
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Analyzing Guns Germs and Steel
“We all know that history has proceeded weary different for peoples from different parts of the globe. In the 13,000 years since the end of the last ice age, some parts of the world developed literate industrial societies with metal tools, other parts developed only nonliterate farming science, and still others societies of...
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Comparing and Contrasting Two Main Characters in the Japanese Anime Series Naruto-Naruto Shippuden
In the Japanese anime series Naruto-Naruto Shippuden, are two characters who are both similar to each other, yet different as well. Naruto and Sasuke are both talented ninjas that have their own background, features, appearances, and personalities. While they were only children, Naruto and Sasuke each had their fair share o...
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Tony Soprano's Dilemmas as a Mobster
The television show The Soprano’s has been a hit series from 1999-2007, staring head mobster Tony Soprano. While a lot of the show details the life of a seemingly normal New Jersey family, the show also deals with the effects Tony’s career choice has on his wife, kids, and own morality.  Tony’s ethical dilemma and the suppr...
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Analyzing the Legal Facts in the Movie the Accused
The “Accused” is about a young woman who was in a fight with her boyfriend who is a drug dealer. After the fight Sarah decides to go to the bar and have some drinks. She came in dressing sexy, having eye contact with a guy and smiling. As soon as she started dancing with the guy, the guy was also drunk, he picked her up an...
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A Paper on Santa Clara Senior Orchestra
Unlike other youth orchestras in that area, their large and diverse structure (though most people are Chinese) allows me to find a place for most students interested in joining the organization. Today, my family and I went to see their highly regarded Santa Clara Senior Orchestra that requires a high level of commitment and...
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