Scenario Essays

Bravo Network Executives

Episode #2––  Stock the Pantry.  Mom’s will be given five minutes to explore their kitchen area, which will be stocked with a few random ingredients (flour, salt, milk, some spices) and then another five to create a grocery list. Then they will have $75 to stock the pantry/fridge.  Our judges will prepare a list of their “must haves” and the woman who best stocks her pantry will be immune in the challenge. Challenge #2—Using only ingredients from your area, make…

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Trouble Shooting Scenarios

I interviewed the network administrator of a publishing company.  The publisher is based in Philadelphia while the majority of the workforce is based in Asia.  Since it’s not possible for the publisher to be physically present in the Hong Kong office all the time, he needs a medium of communication that would connect him to his employees.  E-mail is already part of the network but the publisher wants a real-time communication system.  He knows about Skype and wants to use…

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Theoretically Speaking

The situation described is dire to say the least. It is extremely possible that the mother in the scenario was raised in a similar situation and is therefore passing on her way to gain attention to her daughter. The four year old child is learning from her mother’s behavior and has already begun to seek the attention she is lacking from her mother. Her mother’s obesity and smoking also shows that the mother has low self esteem and is not…

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Traveling Through the Dark

Summary: A man finds a gunned down deer at the side of the road while traveling through a jungle. He further becomes depressed to find the deer pregnant. As he has to move forward on his way, so he pushes the deer into the river. Paraphrase: I came across a deer on the side of Wilson River Road while I was passing through the shadowy jungle. Due to the shine of back light, I jumped out of car and found…

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Why do People Work

Mr Harris liked trains. He was afraid of aeroplanes, and didn’t like buses. But trains ,they were big and noisy and exciting. When he was a boy of ten, he liked trains. Now he was a man of fifty, and he still liked trains. So he was a happy man on the night of the 14th of September. He was on the night train from Helsinki to Oulu in Finland, and he had ten hours in front of him. ‘I’ve…

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The Day the Dancers Came by Bienvenido Santos

As soon as Fil woke up, he noticed a whiteness outside, quite unusual for the November mornings they had been having. That fall, Chicago was sandman’s town, sleepy valley, drowsy gray, slumberous mistiness from sunup till noon when the clouds drifted away in cauliflower clusters and suddenly it was evening. The lights shone on the avenues like soiled lamps centuries old and the skyscrapers became monsters with a thousand sore eyes. Now there was a brightness in the air land…

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The Glass Menagerie

      In The Glass Menagerie all the characters: both the members of the Wingfield family and the gentleman caller –Jim, live in worlds of their own making. Theirs is a painful environment; one that has  been produced  from dashed expectations. With such harshness surrounding them, each of the characters finds a way to filter it out; to suppress the truth by replacing it with illusion. Only then can they cope.      The imagery of blindness symbolizes what has happened to…

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