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Essays for English: Creative Writing

  1. 1984 Julia's Story Creative Piece
    \"Wake up!\" a stern voice called from above.<br /> Her weary eyes slowly began to open. It was absolutely bright, however no windows were visible. Only electric lights running endlessly in parallel lines covered the ceiling of the hall. She was...
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  2. 5.7 Liter Supersport
    Finally! Almost there. I’ve been in this pick-up truck driving to work for the past 20 minutes, yet it seems like hours and hours have passed. It’s really hot outside and this old truck doesn’t even have air conditioning. Anyways, the reason...
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  3. A Week of Relaxation
    As I drive over the Wright Brothers Memorial Bridge, my excitement builds. I’m almost there ­ a cottage nestled in the sandy beach of Nags Head, N.C. Not even fifty yards from the ocean, it is closer to the water than any of the other...
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  4. Being Eleven
    Yep! If you are reading this you’ve probably already conquered the tumultuous eleventh year of your life. However, if you are ancient you have probably forgotten all about being eleven, so here are the advantages...
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  5. Being My Own Advocate
    “Oh my, Lauren, I can’t believe my eyes!” This is all I could hear ringing in my ears when my parents opened my report card. You see, growing up dyslexic, I always needed to work harder, and I did so successfully until I began high school...
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  6. Being Pregnant
    Through out my teenage years I always had it made. I had security, support of my family, and other things. When I turned 16 I had found out something that would change my life forever, I was pregnant. <br /> As a teenager I was anorexic...
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  7. Boys Will Be Boys
    A magnet elementary school has its advantages and its disadvantages. In my case, my family saw that it had more advantages than disadvantages, very diverse in ethnicity, cheaper than private schooling, no dress codes, and so forth. With all this...
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  8. Bubble, Squeak & a Nuclear Explosion
    Once upon a time there were two rabbits called Bubble and squeak. they were best friends, every day they would play together, chase mice and go exploring. one day, they went further than they were supposed to. they came to a strange place. it was...
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  9. Celebration of Multiculturalism
    Celebration on Multiculturalism Reduces Racism<br /> <br /> Racism is a certain kind of prejudice, based on faulty reasoning and inflexible generalizations toward a specific group. The word prejudice comes from the Latin noun praejudicium, which...
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  10. Childhood Memories (Grandma)
    In the cold, brisk airs of China, Wei Lam Wo walks in the fields with her parents. She wears old sandals made of bamboo that are worn-out from hiking across acres of crops. Her clothes are thin and ineffective to the temperature of the season...
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  11. Competition Is a Bane
    YOUTH. The Period of Possibility, when Archimedes finds a fulcrum,An Athenian creating a history that willl be carried forward in all the futures in form of Marathan,Milton deciphering the love......this all no where witnessed any sort of...
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  12. Conquering of Fears
    For as long as I could remember I have had a chronic fear of crashes at high speeds and <br /> that my best friend Joseph has never feared anything. He would jump off the Eiffel Tower if he<br /> got the chance. On the day that I would finally...
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  13. Daffyd's Journey
    His feet weren\'t going where he told them too!!! It was cold, so cold, and even though he knew where he was going, an advantage over most, he couldn\'t shake off the morbid feeling of doom, no matter how hard he tried.<br /> Guns were sounding...
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  14. Don Jose of Merimee’s Carmen
    Although Don Jose of Carmen shows little parallelism to Oedipus of Oedipus Rex, the development of character of the former can be attributed to many aspects, mainly those of social and sexual tension, found in the latter, which has formed the basis...
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  15. Family Education
    Thinking is really a strange thing. <br /> When I was a boy I was often long for having a kind of ability in air swimming here and there. It is like a free fish in water and this kind of feeling often appears in my dreams. Therefore I toughly...
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  16. Fish Crate Christmas
    This is the time of year I like to sit back and take a visit to my earlier years when times were really tough. <br /> <br /> When I was a kid, we were so poor; the people on Welfare were considered better off. My father usually got laid off...
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  17. Flowers for Algernon
    “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keys<br /> <br /> Daniel Keys had always been curious to what would happen if human intelligence could be artificially increased. The thought was encouraged when a young mentally challenged boy approached Keys...
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  18. Free from Humans
    I did not witness the construction of the nest which had the size of a man’s fist. It would be a great experience since my university course in animal architecture was a source of marvel at how different birds collect different materials to weave...
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  19. Frends Forever
    Losing someone who cannot be replaced by anyone else is harder than losing millions of dollars. I have been deep affected by my experiences learning to overcome all of the emotional disturbances, finding that there are things that cannot be...
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  20. Friends
    Ever since I was a child, my mother raised me to recognize and appreciate various <br /> kinds of friends. There are three different kinds of friends in this life. I classify them <br /> according to how well I know them and how well they know...
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  21. Garbage Laws
    Garbage Laws, a Narritive Essay <br /> The town of Kabawaga, where I live, has some very strict garbage bylaws that were first introduced some ten years ago in an effort to use new recycling guidelines and to save money as authorities at that...
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  22. Gender
    Tracy, a 9th grader from Mayford High co-ed high school, was a typical goodie girl who was always achieving high standard results. Tracy was popular amongst her school friends, teachers, because she has a unique characteristic of being a tomboy...
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  23. Genesis
    It’s April 1961 and Mom is driving me to Oneonta Nursery School; it’s my first day at in playgroup. I feel unsure and afraid, and I want to go back to bed. I have never played with other kids, only my older sister Laura. When we arrive, Mom...
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  24. He Loves Me
    As I stare aimlessly in to this breathtaking piece of art by some unknown artist, I feel compelled to understand it. I feel the piece speaking to me almost screaming for me. I hear the silent whimpers of a shattered woman’s soul. She cries...
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  25. Heroes Must Die
    Blaine the big was half badger and half troll. He was a huge beast (nearly twice the height of a human) and was almost completely covered in spikes. He hated his space colony. He lived with fake trees, fake grass, fake rain, and all sorts of fake...
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