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    rudyard kipling is about a brave mongoose named RIKKI TIKKI TAVI. RIKKI TIKKI TAVI is willing to risk his life to protect his family. Rikki fights the evil and mean NAG and NAGAINA. He fights two snakes that want to get rid of him. When Rikki fights Nag and Nagaina he has help from Darzee’s wife and Chuchundra. Darzee’s wife is willing to help Rikki and Chuchundra is so afraid to fight Nag and Nagaina. First of all RIKKI TIKKI TAVI is a brave mongoose That is willing to risk his life to

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    Rikki Tavi Theme

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    death to protect his family and the animals in the story and not only survived, but succeeded in protecting them. He didn’t only do it once, but he did it three times. I’ll prove it with text evidence too. In other words, he triumphed over evil. The mongoose isn’t the only good character in this story that triumphed though. For instance, take Darzee’s wife, she was brave enough to help Rikki out and now she has no threat to her babies. She triumphed over evil as well. Let’s say that you still don’t

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    In the short story “Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling, a brave, cunning mongoose fights a wicked and intelligent cobra mother. These two portray the theme of protecting your family at all cost. First of all, Rikki-tikki-tavi portrays many human qualities such as bravery and intelligence. For example,” ‘Well,’ said Rikki, ‘marks or no marks, do you think it is right for you to eat fledglings out of a nest?” (Kipling 8). Rikki is

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    Tikki Courage Quotes

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    As J.K Rowling always said, “It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up for our friends.” Rikki Tikki is an example of this quote, because he needed bravery to fight Karait, Nag, and Nagaina. But he needed the same amount of bravery to stand up FOR his friends. If he didn’t love the inhabitants of the garden, he wouldn’t of even thought to save them. Although mongeese are curious, he wouldn’t of gone out of his way to save quite a lot of lives from a

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    Bravery In Rikki Tavi

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    “Something went off like a thunderclap just behind him; a hot wind knocked him senseless and red fire singed his hair.” That was an excerpt from the famous story “Rikki TIkki Tavi”. We recently read it in my ELA class. It follows a mongoose named Rikki TIkki Tavi as he tries to protect his newfound family from two cobras that terrorize the bungalow and its garden. When fighting these snakes Rikki Tikki Sometimes gets himself into situations where he confuses bravery for stupidity and ignorance.

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    The common name of my organism that currently lives on Earth is meerkat. The appearance of a meerkat is similar to that of a mongoose except they are more slender. Meerkats are about 25 - 35 cm in length with a tail that extends between 17 - 25 cm. They often weigh between 720 - 730 grams. Their tails are long and they redden or blacken to a pointed tip, but they do not have a bushy end. They have silvery brown fur with dark stripes on their rumps and pointed snouts. The bellies of meerkats have

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    Rikki Tavi Quotes

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    I am here to love you, to hold you in my arms, to protect you.--- Nicholas Sparks. This quote relates to the theme of the story, Rikki Tikki Tavi, by Rudyard Kipling. This story states about love and protecting people in the most adventurous ways. The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is Love causes people to protect the ones they love. Rikki Tikki is a courageous character in this story.In the story, Karait the evil snake tries to hurt the Teddy the little boy

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    “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” -Nelson Mandela http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/n/nelsonmand178789.html?src=t_brave Nelson Mandela said to triumph over fear , and that a brave man is not one who has no fear but the one that overcomes it and Rikki is a lot like this because he overcame his fear instead of just not being afraid. The theme of the fictional story

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    John Cena once said, “When people show loyalty to you, you take care of those who are with you. It’s how it goes with everything. If you have a small circle of friends, and one of those friends doesn’t stay loyal to you, they don’t stay your friend for very long.” Just like what John Cena said, loyalty can bring very special people into your life and bring them closer to you. If someone doesn’t have loyalty in them, they can’t be a close friend, just like what Rikki Tikki has done in the story “Rikki

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    “A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer,” says Ralph Waldo Emerson. A point in my life when I had to be brave was when I conquered my fear of swimming. “It is impossible for a mongoose to stay frightened for any length of time.” Have you ever had to take a risk, even though you are scared about what is going to happen? The theme of the fictional story Rikki-tikki-tavi by Rudyard Kipling is that any animal, big or small, can have a lot of bravery in them. Rikki

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    Every story is different; however, they can share similar qualities. Stories can be powerful as the characters experience mirrors similar pathways to ourselves. For instance, obstacles or unknown events and how they find a way for it to resolve can look like our own. A great story contains many different elements. A Midsummer’s Night Dream and The Odyssey are two exciting stories that share similarities and differences. Three important elements between these stories are the conflict between the characters

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    the 1960’s in the former Belgian Congo. The mongoose adopted by the price family directly parallels the nation of Belgium.

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    Anthropomorphism Themes

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    Animals of every variety populate children’s literature and display varying degrees of anthropomorphic characteristics. Anthropomorphism is not limited to talking, but also includes wearing clothes, walking upright, cooking meals, playing instruments, living in houses, etc. Animals can be fully anthropomorphic or simply have the ability to talk or reason like a human. Animals can inhabit their own human less worlds, or they can coexist with humans, occasionally even speaking to them directly. Talking

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    Michael F. Seño 11-Joseph 1-14-2017 21st Century Literature in the Philippines The Hunger Games The book “Hunger Games” is a novel written by Suzanne Collins in 2008. It is categorized as a dystopian novel. The novel was included in the New York Times’ best sellers. This novel has a lot of events and points where psychoanalytic criticism can be used. 1. The Conscious, The Sub – Conscious, and the Unconscious, 1.1 The Conscious Conscious is also called “The Working Memory”

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    CA King Snakes

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    What snake is consider the monarch of all snakes in CA, even the deadly rattle snake cannot bet this beast combat and nonetheless this creature prefers the comfort of being command by a baby. The CA king snake may be a nontoxic serpent endemic to the western America and northern United Mexican States. a relatively very little biological group of the common king snake and is after all found throughout an oversized selection of habitats that ar deserts, wetlands and biology areas. one in all the foremost

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    Comparing The Book The Great Gatsby to the Film Many literary works have been adapted into movies, however, books offer more detailed information to the audience compared to the movies. The Great Gatsby is an example of a novel that was adapted into a movie directed by Baz Luhrmann. According to Batchelor, even though the movie and the book can be compared, the film does not stay true to the original text (45). However, Luhrmann is not the only producer that has stayed true to the original authors

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    In part 3 of the jungle novel, a high summer flood washed up a young mongoose by the name of Rikki-tikki-tavi. When he was was on land, he was taken home by a young British boy named teddy. A mongoose was never scared, however, Rikki(Rikki-tikki-tavi) was quite curious. He spent the whole day wondering around the house, till nightfall when he gets in bed with Teddy. Teddy and Rikki were growing closer and closer becoming very close friends. They went down the next morning to get breakfast as Rikki

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    hissing noise you then realize it 's a mongoose and king cobra fighting. In a blink of an eye the fight got more intense. Who do you think you get the victory? Many people have studied and researching about these exciting animals and how they adapted in the wildlife. If a Mongoose and a King Cobra get into a fight I think the mongoose would win, because the information I have gathered. Several articles that I have recently read have come to a conclusion that the mongoose have many abilities, that make it

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    Indian gray mongoose and the King Cobra will interact with each other? In the story Rikki-tikki-tavi, Rudyard Kipling writes about a mongoose and a cobra. The main characters are two cobras and a mongoose. Rikki-tikki-tavi (the Indian gray mongoose), Nag (King Cobra), and Nagaina (King Cobra’s wife). In the story, Nag and Nagaina were aiming at Teddy and his family and wanted Rikki-Tikki to get out of the way. This leads to many fights with the snakes.In my opinion, a cobra and a mongoose will fight

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    Flying Monkey? Yes, It Is Possible - 10 Pictures Birds that can fly are happy because they can see the world with different eyes. But what happens when the monkey wants to fly and is that really possible? When you really want something, the dreams become reality, as in the following story. Macaw Parrots These are blue and gold macaw parrots. In the layout, they are all similar. All macaw parrots are pretty big, have strong beaks and beautiful colors. Their appearance is truly fascinating, with a

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