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Essays for English: Creative Writing

  1. Basic Plots Classification
    BASIC PLOTS THEORY OF STORY TELLING – THREE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS Plot – the events that make up a story a plotless example: Warhol: Empire - a 1964 silent, black-and...
  2. Bbbbonfiah!
    Name of Writer:___________________________ WRITING WORKSHOP: Creative Writing Peer, Self and Teacher Evaluation Rubric Criteria (5 pts each) |Peer Editor 1: |Peer...
  3. The Yellow Wallpaper and the Swimmer
    Denial is the refusal to recognize or acknowledge information. Charlotte Perkins Gilman and John Cheever intriguing stories display the struggle of two characters through...
  4. The Beast Is Silent
    Alone in his room the priest would mastermind his hunt. He would examine his conscious as he looked in the mirror. He admires his body and hungers for it to be touched by a young boy’s hand. He is reminded of his vow of celibacy but knows it does...
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  5. The Best and the Proud
    It was August 5, 2005, the day we all had been patiently waiting for. Our hard work was finally going to be rewarded by a gratifying applause on the Graduation Day. Standing on the stage and taking the final bow was the best achievement of my life...
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  6. Uniforms
    Wanyi Zhang Poetry Close Reading Paper Assignment November 19th, 2012 The piece Uniforms written by Barbara Schmitz, contains numerous elements of poetry, utilized in...
  7. The Crucible 10
    The Crucible deals with witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts which shows utter chaos and hysteria in the town. Many were accused of witchcraft and died because of lies. Elizabeth Proctor was one of many who were accused. She was accused by...
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  8. The Cuban Change
    One day during winter recess my family and I traveled to Cuba. During my stay I would roam and explore Havana’s streets with my cousin Adrian, who unfortunately lives there. As we walked through the improperly constructed streets, I would notice...
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  9. The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake
    Marla May Lindsey Martin-Bowen, J.D. English Comp 102 23 October 2012 Bitter Sweet Realization Today is a day of great sadness in the literary world. While I was not...
  10. The Duel
    Walking onto the stage, seeing my challenger; thought not much of him, then I glanced to my left; hundreds upon hundreds of people have come to see this. My nerves shot to hell, I picked it up, plugged it in, waiting for the challenger’s opening...
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  11. The House on Clydesdale Lane
    The small townhouse always had the inviting fragrance of freshly cut flowers in the morning and the delicious aroma of my mother's secret recipes in the early evening. Anyone who entered was immediately greeted by the fragrances and found...
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  12. The Mirrors
    It was a small, circular mirror. When Jake picked it up, he saw his crystal clear reflection, <br /> enhanced by the smooth, silver glass. He looked up out of the old boxes he was rummaging <br /> through to find the rest of his dimly lit garage...
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  13. Devils Highway Summary
    The Devils Highway By Luis Urrea The book The Devil’s Highway by Luis Urrea is based on a true story. It tells the tragic story of a group of Mexican...
  14. Paper
    Tyler Rice Block 5 Creative Writing 10/8/12 Where’s My Wallet? It was the first day of band tour and everyone was up and about. I was almost done getting ready. I had...
  15. The Red Shoes
    ‘The Red Shoes’ is an imaginary and unreal story related by Hans Christian Anderson. Anderson makes effective use of fantasy to teach a moral lesson. He builds up the story in such a way that the reader does not care for the validity of...
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  16. The Rewards of Homeschooling
    Education starts at home. Although there are very competitive teachers out there giving the best of them to teach our children ,no doubt about it , education goes hand on hand, so the role of the parents in a child education is very relevant . I...
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  17. The Secrets of "Hunters in the Snow"
    In Tobias Wolff’s “Hunters in the Snow”, the three main characters each have secrets which they are concealing despite their friendships. These obscuring truths later cause trouble for each of the characters and will lead to their...
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  18. The Shop
    The sound made Elizabeth jump. Yet again it had come from the shop next door. She frowned at the old, battered doors of the ancient antique store. It was as though the owner was renovating. The problem was, the shop did not have one. The owner had...
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  19. The Unattended Graveyard
    As the unfriendly, ice-cold wind travelled precipitously over the neglected heath, I made my first brave step towards the enormous entrance leading into the settlement of those abandoned souls. While I continued at a steady pace towards the...
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  20. The Unknown - Chapter 1
    Friday the thirteenth. A day that most people who were superstitious loathed but a lot of people, like Claire loved that day. Why? Because it was just something out of the ordinary and gave Claire an excuse to play pranks and have a good time...
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  21. The Waiting Room
    Ring! Ring! <br /> <br /> Who could that be, wondered Henry as he glanced at the clock. It’s three a.m. “Hello.” <br /> <br /> “Henry, its Jake. Sandra was in an accident last night…” <br /> <br /> “Is it serious...
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  22. Through Trials and Tears
    What is America? A young girl in a distant land asked her mother this question in a whisper as they were hiding among produce and goods on the docks trying to find a way our of their county. A way out of their life of poverty, persecution and even...
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  23. Gilgamesh
    “How do I start? Should I write about my political views and bash the government like [writer we read]? Or maybe write a story of a great hero like in [text] or [other...
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