Arrow Essays

  • Observation Of Vikings

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    many wooden items survived the Viking age, luckily the Viking bow and arrow was one of the items that did. The Viking bow and arrow has been dated back to the Viking period and we have found bows in Scandinavia, we have concluded the Vikings did use bow and arrows. Luckily there were full bows and arrows that were found making it easier for us to work out how the Vikings used these tools. There were many different bows and arrows found, some were longer, pointer, more arched while others were short

  • Precolumbian Tool Analysis

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    PreColumbian Tool First bow and arrows are important to have in a tribe. I believe a bow and arrow is important for a tribe to have because you can have it for hunting, games, and war. They hunted Giant Bison and Woolly Mammoths with a bow and arrow. Second one of the native games are called Shooting

  • Personal Narrative-The Death Of A Tribe

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    DEATH of A Tribe An arrow whizzed past my head and hit my adobe I turned around and saw Comanche war chief standing there getting ready to shoot another arrow, I ran quickly to find my family. When I got there they had already scalped both of my children I grabbed my bow which hadn’t been used in an eternity from the house and left. My wife wasn’t in the adobe so I ran to look for her I saw a glimpse of her being dragged to the Comanche war chief I quickly grabbed an arrow out of one of my fallen

  • Analysis Of Hatchet By Gary Paulsen

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    Identify 3 ways how Brian needed to use the environment to survive In the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, Brian used multiple effective ways to survive in the wilderness only such as when fire was made, using the wood to make weapons, and using the L-shaped lake for various reasons. These elements helped him a lot. Brian is extremely lucky because when the hatchet was thrown against the cave walls when the porcupine was present on page 76, sparks just happened to be noticed. The rocks that the

  • The Hunger Games Katniss Symbolism

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    Numerous symbols can be found to represent this, Katniss's bow and arrows can symbolize her strength and how it is a key to her survival. With her bow and arrows, she could kill prey, find food, and easily take out enemies. This bow is special to her because she had always used a bow and arrow in District 12 to help support her family and the rest of District 12, even if it is illegal. “Katniss hunting to support her family: though

  • Arrow The Green Arrow Analysis

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    take crime into their own hands and take care of it through violence. America respects vigilantes, such as the Green Arrow, because of their heroic efforts to make the world a better place. The tv channel, CW, started a new television show about DC Comic Superhero, the Green Arrow, titled, Arrow. In an article written by, Matthew Beard, tells us about the story of Arrow. “Arrow tells the story of Oliver Queen, playboy heir to a multibillion-dollar corporation. Whilst yachting with his father, Robert

  • Native American Weapons

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    People have been using the bow and arrow for thousands of years. The origin of the weapon is unsure, but many believe they originated in South Africa. In North America, the Native Americans took advantage of this weapon for both defense and also as a hunting weapon. The bow has advanced significantly since the Native Americans used it. The bow has always been a crucial piece of weaponry, and now with technological advancements we can accurately shoot an arrow up to 200 yards. Although we have become

  • Communication In Medieval Times

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    the war. Preparation before the battle involved in things like making sure ammunition was ready and that everyone was good and healthy before the battle. Fletchers were the people kept very, very busy because these were the guys who made things like arrows. Another key job was a craftsmen, these guys job was also very important, they made things like armour, and without armour the soldiers would not have a good source of protection (Source 6). It would not feel very nice to get stabbed in the rib’s

  • The Hunger Games Book Report

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    Mengs Gebremedhin karriersenteret Opus Hadeland The Hunger Games The Hunger Games is one of the three book series written by Suzan Collins. Its first publication was made in 2008. It was followed by Catching Fire (2009), and Mockingjay (2010). The first part of the book, The Hunger Games (2011 edition), has about 458 pages which took me almost two weeks to finish it. The book is a scientific fiction and adventure in its writing style. Suzan Collins has clearly conveyed the message

  • My First Deer Hunting

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    One day when I was seven years old I shoot my first deer. It was one of the best days of my life. My dad and I were sitting in a tree stand together, and a doe came walking out in the field. I grabbed my gun, and I had the does in the scope. My dad said on the count of three shot it. As soon as he said one I shot it. I dropped in right in its tracks. That is why deer hunting is one of my favorite things to do in the world. My whole family is into deer hunting, even my mom goes hunting sometimes

  • Personal Narrative: A Personal Essay

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    It’s a game where everyone puts their hands in the middle of the circle and someone yells one, two, three ninja and everyone pulls their hands back and place them where they want them. After that you take turns trying to hit someone hand below the elbow and if you hit their hand, then the person that got hit has to put that hand behind their back. When both hands are out, then their are out. When I play ninja I was like one, two, three ninja, I tried hitting her hand and she like “ha ha” and then

  • Archetypes In Crooked Arrows

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    Concerning the 2012 film “Crooked Arrows” and its use of natives and native culture, the film features an unexpected yet flawed representation of the natives role in the modern world and the noble savage archetype. The film achieves these representations through the use of music, shot selection, and editing. The film “Crooked Arrows” presents natives as a people that are more than able to survive and live in modern society, however it also chooses to embrace the noble savage archetype and the idea

  • Comparing Breaking Bad And Arrow

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    Breaking Bad and Arrow are two shows that entertain me with all their twists and turns. Both shows revolve around two main characters, Walter White and Oliver Queen, respectively. Walter starts out as a chemistry teacher in high school, and eventually turns into a crystal meth cook trying to save money for his struggling family. Oliver is a millionaire in his 20’s that returns to his hometown as a vigilante after being thought as dead for 5 years. These two shows draw the viewer in with their interesting

  • Similarities Between The Arrow And The Flash

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    incredible television shows in the DC Comics universe are Arrow and The Flash. Both are heart-warming, gut-retching action shows that feature superheroes, love-lives and awesome costumes. Despite those similarities both characters and their shows are very different. The Flash is a meta-human with super speed named Barry Allen and The Arrow is just a regular person who never misses a shot with a bow named Oliver Queen. Both The Flash and The Arrow have super smart teams and secondary heroes to help them

  • Ronald Valentine Toomer's Influence On Roller Coasters

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    design team responsible for the Apollo spacecraft heat shield. He was hired by Arrow Development in 1965 to design a mine train ride at Six Flags Over Texas.” “In 1981, Arrow Development was purchased by Huss Maschinenfabrik, which merged with Arrow Development to form Arrow-Huss. Toomer was made vice president and manager of engineering. In 1986, 13 of the company's American officers negotiated a buyout, and formed Arrow Dynamics to which Toomer was named president.” In 1993 he was promoted to chairman

  • Allusion In Cupid's Arrows

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    the story, and brief allusion is the opposite of extended allusion. Brief allusion is conveyed less in a story. Rudyard Kipling’s “Cupid’s Arrows” contains extended allusion because it refers to the Trojan War throughout the whole story. An example of a straightforward, brief allusion could also be found in the title of this short story. The title, “Cupid’s Arrows” is a reference

  • The Character Of Arrow In The Cellist Of Sarajevo

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    circumstances, the character Arrow learns to adapt her behaviour and attitude to fit her stark surroundings. While working as a sniper, Arrow faces a moral conflict as she tries to resolve her motivations for fighting back. Much like Sarajevo itself, Arrow experience the deterioration of her principles and morals. In order to survive, she sometimes has to make powerful sacrifices in war-torn Sarajevo that she would never have even considered

  • Significance Of Arrow In The Cellist Of Sarajevo

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    variety of things to different people and under different circumstances. To the character Arrow in Steven Galloway’s The Cellist of Sarajevo, making a commitment means retrieving her identity and protecting what is left of it at all costs. Arrow needs to make these commitments when she is recruited as a sniper during the Bosnian War. The destruction both created and perpetuated by her plays a role in Arrow losing her grip on her identity. Throughout the novel, she experiences this loss and strives

  • Comparing Pumé And Arrow-Sharing

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    Another thing I really liked is how the Pumé do this thing called “arrow-sharing” which is when a person isn’t the best hunter so they make and arrow and give it to someone who is a good hunter. Then that hunter goes out and hunts and uses that arrow and whatever he catches with that arrow the person that claims it is the person who made the arrow. I think this is beautiful because it is people helping out each other and in a way building each other up and making sure everyone succeeds. This also

  • The Fear Of Fear In Things Fall Apart By Chinua Achebe

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    The novel, “Things Fall Apart”, by Chinua Achebe talks about post colonial life of Nigerian society. Okonkwo, the lead character of the novel was dominated by fear, the fear of failure and weakness. Okonkwo was a man of action and a war, he was not afraid of war but all his life was dominated by this one fear of being unsuccessful and lazy. In this story we get an exclusive view of fear, masculinity, family, missionaries and racism. When Okonkwo was young, he declared that his father was not able