Climax Essays

My Father Goes to Court by Carlos Bulosan

Summary: The story is set in a city in the Philippines. The young narrator begins by describing his large family. Though they are poor they are full of mischief and laughter. The children are all strong and healthy even though they often go hungry. In contrast, their rich neighbor’s children are thin and sickly although they are given plenty of good food, which their impoverished neighbors enjoy smelling over the fence. Consequently, the rich man brings a charge against the…

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How the World Began

There was no world yet and there were gods living in a great brightness in a circular space Magbabaya, Dadanyahan and Makabughaw were the three gods who first lived in order and balance Makabughaw created the first wind. Magbabaya created the earth from the soil coming from Dadanyahan’s mouth but it was dry and colorless. Dadanyahan sprinkled his saliva and blessed by Magbabaya and it was the first rain. When water washed over the earth it created different landforms and…

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Riders to the Sea Play Analysis

* West coast of Ireland. Characters Maurya * An old Aran fisher-women. * She is a poor victimof dark fatality as represented by the unrelenting sea. Bartley * He is the one of the two riders in the play, the other being the ghost of Maurya’s fifth son Michael. Cathleen * The elder daughter. * She is more responsible and hardworking. * She taking care of the household. Nora * is a bit immature and innocent, serving as a link…

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Theme of _checkouts_

In the story, “checkouts”, the theme is very capturing, many people can relate to the story. The author Cynthia Rylant uses the theme of love. That love eventually leads to irony. The girl and boys fancy for each other gets intriguing , and shows that love can lead to anything. The story beings with the girls and boys encountering at the grocery store. The literary element’s mood and tone are incorporated with this story and are very similar to each…

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Discuss the Relative Importance of Physical and Human Factors in Accounting for Changes to Vegetation Over Time Within Ecosystems in the British Isles

There are many factors that account for the changes to the vegetation over time within ecosystems in the British Isles, such as human activity, climate, soil, light availability and intensity and natural disasters. The characteristics of the vegetation that are influenced by these factors are height, distribution, variety of species, adaptations and density of the vegetation. Some of these factors have relatively little influence on the succession development, whereas others have a dramatic influence over a long period of time,…

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