E-book Essays

  • Rightly Dividing The Book Of Revelation By Judith E. Becker

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    Author Judith E. Becker Divides the Book of Revelation to Help Christians Understand God’s Plans for the Future The prolific Christian author publishes a book to teach the Revelation of Jesus Christ to readers, “not to sensationalize any personal predictions about the future.” Rightly Dividing the Book of Revelation (Landmark Press GA, 2017) by Judith E. Becker, like most books on Revelation, tackles prophesied political events, only that it does not ignore the physical events in ancient history

  • Summary Of The Book 'The Outsiders' By S. E. Hinton

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    Have you ever had friends who had your back against the world? Well in the book The Outsiders by S.E Hinton, Ponyboy Curtis had such friends. He was a greaser living in Oklahoma. He and his friends lived in fear of Socs, who were a gang of rich kids, who jumped greasers for fun. One night Pony and his friend Johnny got jumped and had to kill a Soc. They need to run and after getting supplies from their hardened friend Dally, decide to hide out in a church. After a fire in the church Ponyboy, Johnny

  • Synopsis Of The Book 'The Outsiders' By S. E. Hinton

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    In the book The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton was written in 1967 and made into a movie in March of 1983. Throughout this novel we find out the struggles of being an “outsider.” The main characters of this book are Ponyboy, which is whose point of view the book is in, Darrel (Darry), and Sodapop Curtis, which are three brothers who lose their parents in a car accident. Then you have Johnny, Dallas, and Two- Bit. The teenagers in this book are separated by two groups (gangs) the Greasers who are the poor

  • Synopsis Of The Book 'The Outsiders' By S. E. Hinton

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    The author of the book The Outsiders was S.E. Hinton. She didn't want to go by her actual name because she didn't think that people would read it if a girl wrote it. The book was about the story of a kid named Ponyboy Curtis and his gang called the Greasers. The Greasers are the poor hood kids of the 60’s. They had this rival gang named the Socs. The Socs are the rich, spoiled, and popular people of 60’s. The main concept of the book is that they are fighting to stay out of each other's land. Pony

  • Johnny's Change In The Book 'The Outsiders' By S. E.

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    The Outsiders a realistic fiction book by S.E.Hinton Johnny Cade wanted his parents to not forget him and he wanted them to love him and be good parents. Later in the book he did not want to see his parents. This means that Johnny drastically changed himself in the book, The Outsiders. The way that he changed himself was that he was sensitive but later in the book, he becomes insensitive. This is because he was dying in the hospital. At the beginning of the book The Outsiders, Johnny Cadee wanted

  • Synopsis Of The Book 'The Outsiders' By S. E. Hinton

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    Outsiders is a book by S.E. Hinton. A group of people called the Greasers are the main characters. There names are Dally, Sodapop, Ponyboy, Darry, Steve, Two-Bit, and Johnny. In the book they all have rough lives, some don’t even have parents. Ponyboy and Johnny get it trouble in the middle of the book and they have to go away to a church were later is the cause of Ponyboy, Johnny, and Dallas’s injuries. There were 7 main characters in the book. They were described very thorough in the book. In the book

  • Kindle Fire Case

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    classified as an e-reader because it is only able to display ebooks. Amazon should target the higher education segment with the Kindle Fire because the device not only allows consumer to read books, but also watch movies, play music, view photos and download apps all at an affordable cost. After already serving the education market for years through textbook business, the higher education industry has become an attractive target market for Amazon’s Kindle Fire as hard cover books are transitioning

  • Book Report On Gym Candy By Carl Deuker

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    The book, Gym Candy, was written by Carl Deuker. Although as little as I read, he is my favorite author of all time. I really enjoyed reading this book for a few reasons. For one, I could relate to what Mick, the main character, was going through. Throughout Gym Candy, I really enjoyed how intense the story would become at times. I also greatly enjoyed how well Carl Deuker explained certain proportions of the story with great emotion. By reading Gym Candy, I have learned a few life lessons, and this

  • Anne Frank's Diary: Comparing The Book And Movie

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    doesn’t like to read the original book of movies, but when it comes to Anne Frank’s diary the book is definitely better. My main reason why I like the book better is the full detail. My second reason is because it is a Primary source of what was happening. The last reason is because the movie doesn’t follow the order of the diary. I hope you understand my reasoning and enjoy this essay. Details and quality are the things I usually look for when I read books and watch movies. Anne did a great

  • My Interest In The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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    My interest in this book began after I went on a class trip to a college. My class went there to watch a play, which happened to be The Great Gatsby. When I watched the play, my interest was peaked. The plot and characters of The Great Gatsby made me want to read the book to compare and contrast. However, that didn’t happen until this summer reading assignment came up. While I was reading the book, I thought about how the only person that didn’t stand out to me at was the main character and narrator

  • The Outsiders Movie And Book Comparison Essay

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    Both the book and the movie of the story the Outsiders were exceptionally the same. They were both great in their own ways. I am the type of guy who normally says that the movie is obviously is better than the book, but in this situation the book actually wins between the movie and itself. The book and the movie were quite similar, but there is just a few differences in the movie than the book and there is more detail in the book than there is in the movie which is why it make the book better than

  • Amazon Situational Model

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    Introduction Amazon.com, is an American e-commerce company based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos, and launched in 1995, Amazon.com began as an online bookstore before diversifying its product lines by adding VHSs, DVDs, music CDs, MP3s, computer software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, toys, and more. Amazon has since established separate websites in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, China, and Japan. Since starting out in his garage

  • How To Write A Red Corvette Essay

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    The book I got from my grandpa When I was like 7 my grandpa brought a book to me from his trip to detroit. It was a book about cars. It was like my favorite book for a long time because I liked cars a lot when I was growing up. The book was about a bunch of different chevrolet cars and who made them and designed them and stuff like that. Thats why I was so interested in the book. It was called like chevrolet through the years I think. It had a red corvette on the front of it. That book has made

  • Tangled Repunzel Compare And Contrast Essay

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    “Books and movies are like apples and oranges, they’re both fruits, but taste completely different.” –Stephen King. According to the Washington Post, 79.3% of books are better than their move counterpart. I think this movie-story duo are in that extra 20.7% of movies better than the stories they are based on, and I’m not a Disney guy! Compare and Contrast would be a good way to find out which is more logical. Let’s take the movie Tangled and the story it’s based on by the Grimm Brothers; Repunzel

  • Candor: Be A Kickass Boss Without Losing Your Humility By Kim Scott

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    10 Favourite Business Books (So Far) I always love checking out other people’s recommended reads, so I decided to write a list of my own! Last year, I started devouring business books and have continued into this year. I try to alternate between fiction, business, memoirs, and humour just to mix it up, attempt to make a dent in my ever-expanding to-read pile, and allow time for some of the bigger ideas to percolate. Here are ten of my favourite business/non-fiction books. Some of them aren’t technically

  • Kidnappers By Willo Davis Roberts And The Case Of The Missing Socks By Lewis Montgomery

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    Roberts and “ The case of the missing socks” by Lewis Montgomery were both great books. The plot in “The Kidnappers" was more interesting than in “ The case of the missing socks”. The plot is better because it was more intriguing, had more twists, and it had more events in it. The first reason the plot was better in “The kidnappers” was because it was more intriguing than in “ The case of the missing socks”. In the book, Willie gets kidnapped right in front of the school. This scene made me want

  • To All The Boys I Ve Loved Before Compare And Contrast

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    Many times books have a movie to go with it, but many times the movie is better than the book. Regarding the romance novel To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, written by Jenny Han, the movie is far superior. The conflicts that were faced and overcome in the movie were better because they were stronger and more romantic. The character representation was better in the movie because of their personalities and the tone they used. Lastly, the plot change in the movie was better because it kept it more

  • The Intern Movie Analysis

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    The Intern is a movie based About The Fit, a new fashion company, Jules Ostin (played by Anne Hathaway) is the founder and CEO of this company. Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro) joins this company as a senior intern. Ben is retired, a widower and seventy-years-old. After multiple interviews Ben is hired and is assigned to work with Jules, and almost immediately told by Jules that she doesn’t need him. After patiently waiting for Jules to ask him to do something Ben takes initiative and decides to help

  • Pros And Cons Of Deforestation

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    The buzzing of the chainsaw blares throughout the Amazon Rainforest; birds flock to the sky, tigers dash away, scared for their safety and home as the chainsaw is destroying it. The chainsaw slices through the rough, brown exterior of the trees, one by one leaving none standing. Brazil used to have the highest deforestation rate, although the rate has gone down, it is still occurring in Brazil. As stated in the article “17 Important Pros and Cons of deforestation”, from Green Garage, it clarifies

  • Personal Narrative: Drinking Books At School

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    I found myself feeling excruciating pain. Avid for ink, I quickly ran back to the library for the delectable ink from the books. I felt despicable for drinking the books, but I just couldn’t resist. There was only one thing I hadn’t thought about yet, school. I didn’t know how I would act at school or when I’d go to the library for a new book. Will I decide to drink every book in there? Would I succumb to the temptations? All I had was a week to figure this all out. The day has come. It’s the first