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The Lottery 2nd draft The Lottery-final draft

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metamorphosis 2nd draft metamorphosis 3rd draft metamorphosis 4th draft the metamorphosis final draft

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“Walking”

Thoreau discusses the text “Walking” in first person suggesting that he has written it from a personal experience through his own point of view. According to him walking isn’t an easy task as everybody would think, but it requires an … Continue reading

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the room- 1st draft

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“The Search for Marvin Gardens”

In “The Search for Marvin Gardens” we learn that the narrator is playing monopoly as the story starts out with the narrator rolling the dices and moving the right amount of spaces. The readers learns through the narrator’s constant flashbacks … Continue reading

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“Everyday Use”

Every body has family. The problem is that some people are proud of their ancestors and their lifestyle while others aren’t. The short fiction story “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker main characters are the mother, Maggie, and Dee. The reader … Continue reading

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The Lottery Idea Map

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“The Things They Carried”

            Tim O’Brien wrote a short story, “The Things They Carried” with the main character Lieutenant Jimmy Cross, who is 24 years old, and at a war in Vietnam. He carries pictures and letters from Martha whom he loves but … Continue reading

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“Death by Landscape”

            Lois kept looking back to the event that shaped her whole life as a way of reexamining that particular event and see if she could figure-out what happened. According to Tuan, “…when we look inward (that is, introspect) we … Continue reading

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“Architectural Space and Awareness” and “Babylon Revisited”

            The main character of the story is Charles J. Wales who is 35 years old. He has deep wrinkle between his eyes but when he was about to ring the bell, his wrinkle got even deeper. This reflects the … Continue reading

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