The Unexpected Essays

  • Personal Narrative Essay: Muc At The Age Of Nine

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    throughout the house. Never again would we feel the things I did and till this day the want to once again absorb the feelings that come with and all he had to offer. Everyone seemed to lose something of themselves too, then I didn’t understand it all. An unexpected event that brought nothing close to the sight of satisfaction, being nine years of age made comprehending the situation nowhere as close as I wanted to be. June 16th was the day fate decided to deal some crime among life, and there was nothing we

  • Essay On Predictable Life

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    Life should be as unpredictable as possible. Not unrealistically of course, yet enough to add a flare of adventure and excitement at every chance possible. An unpredictable life is when one is unaware of what lies beyond the next turn of life and allows the spontaneity of events to shape up the future. A lifestyle of this sort tends to keep things interesting as one is not beforehand prepared for what is to come. Such a lifestyle provides ample moments of oblivion and excitement which bring out the

  • Personal Experience: A Career As A Nurse

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    Nursing, a job that not only helps people, but touches their lives. I have wanted to become a nurse since I was 5 years old. Children always say what they want to be when they are little, but eventually change their minds. It has been 11 years since I decided my career, and I still have not changed my mind. I was lured into the nursing field because of the care nurses have towards their patients, it is more than a job. Also, everyday is a new challenge for a nurse, never knowing what will come in

  • Archetypes In Young Goodman Brown And The Artificial Nigger

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    Archetypes such as the journey and mentor are used in many stories to set a storyline. These archetypes have a moral lessons that are learned through , and both are present in “Young Goodman Brown” and “The Artificial Nigger”. Hawthorne writes about a god fearing man who goes on a mysterious journey into the forest where he meets a devilish mentor. Young Goodman Brown lives in a strict religious town where the Christian church is the center of the community. He lives with his newlywed Faith who

  • Personal Essay: My Favorite Hobby

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    One of my favorite my most favorite hobbies would have to be traveling! I absolutely love going to different places around the world. Traveling allows me to admire what I call the beauty of nature. Traveling is my favorite hobby because; it allows me to escape my everyday responsibilities. I love to travel with family and friends but, I’ve also always been the type that would catch a flight just to get away alone if necessary. That’s what I call fun! The excitement of going to another state or country

  • Unexpected Couples In Kate Chopin's Short Stories

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    Kate Chopin’s stories describe the lives of three married couples in unexpected situations. The main characters in each of her three stories are women. The reason of this coincidence is that, during this time, women do not have positions of prominence in the family situations. They all seem to enjoy a rather normal existence, until fate introduces an unexpected event in each of their lives. The stories, “The Story of an Hour”, “The Storm”, & “Desiree’s Baby” are being used to depict the lives of

  • Batman TV Series: An Unexpected Cultural Revolution

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    According to Gould, the 1960s television show Batman was an unexpected cultural revolution because for children watching television in the 60s, the Batman TV series was a joyfully relaxing exercise for them. Also, this became a comedy classic and it was a cultural phenomenon in the 1960s. The Batman TV series was famous because this series has humor and a colorful cast of villains. As well, Batman have some aspect of popular culture, that he represents the reflection of society making him a superhero

  • Philip J. Deloria's Indians In Unexpected Places

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    In Philip J. Deloria’s book, Indians In Unexpected Places readers are provoked with questions. Why is there an Indian on an automobile? Why is she getting a manicure? Why is the young man in football apparel? Indians have been secluded into a stereotype of untamable and wild animals. However, Indians break the barriers of their traditional lives by being in more modern and “white” activities. They partake in “normal” activities to not only change their future, but to make their ancestors proud of

  • The Unexpected Life Lessons Of Mexican Food By Armando Montano Summary

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    My Personal Experience In the passage "The Unexpected Life Lessons of Mexican Food" the author Armando Montano talks about how he's felt the push and pull of growing up biracial in America. The author continues to talk about how he struggles with his family calling him two different races for example his Mexican side of the family calls him white and the other side calls him "wexican." Later on Montano speaks on an encounter that happened at a hotel that included his father and him being racially

  • Use Of Discovery In Robert Frost's Short Film 'Be My Brother'

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    ballad ‘The Tuft of Flowers’ as it explores a spiritual unity among individuals. In a similar way, Genevieve Clay-Smith’s short film ‘Be My Brother’ represents an unexpected discovery of the perception of people. Frost’s poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ reveals the realisation of one’s purpose, emerging through an unexpected event in the woods. Drawing parallels, George Orwell’s essay ‘Shooting an Elephant’; highlights that through confronting events such as executions, discovery can have

  • Thank You Ma Am

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    stealing the purse, but instead Mrs. Jones caught him and taught him an unexpected lesson. Roger learned that stealing is not a good habit to get into and that the easy way to do a task is not always the right way to to do it. People learn many unexpected lessons in life at very unexpected times and from unexpected sources, unexpected or not, all lessons are valuable. I have learned many lessons in my life, many of them unexpected. I learn many lessons playing sports, especially soccer. I have played

  • Kindness In Religion

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    through message of love and kindness. It is the church main reason why their behavior of this sort is sown. The church must seek to bear fruit of love and compassion in the lives of those losing faith in God. Faith is important and powerful in every unexpected situation in anyone’s life here on earth. If the church present itself unrelated to losing faith, how might a person be reach that has lost faith? Obviously, the church cannot give up on reaching the hurting. Time, effort, and presence saves a person

  • General Chemistry: Lab Experiment On The Copper Cycle

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    reaction continued,The solution changed from a light blue color to a clear solution and the zinc changed from silver to a red color. The decanting process was done again to remove any acid. It was expected for the Zinc to undergo a change but it was unexpected for the solution to change, from light blue to clear. Zn(s) +2H+(aq) Zn2+(aq)+H2(g) Reduction of copper Sulfate: As more zinc was added, the color of the solution changed from a light blue to a foggy white. The zinc bubbled and changed from

  • The Burning Vs The Scarlet Letter

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    form the barrio make one mistake and the rest of their life are judged by it. Nathaniel Hawthorne author of The Scarlet Letter, and Estela Trambley, author of “The Burning” are both similar stories by using the comparison of the townspeople, being unexpected by the church and finally seeking happiness by the

  • Friendships In 'The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian'

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    Sherman Alexie shows the multiple different types of friendships and how there are different ways they are made. Rowdy showed us that friendships can last a lifetime. Roger showed us that friendships can be unexpected, and Gordy showed us that sometimes friends can come to you at unexpected times. Arnold meets Roger when he first goes to Rearden, Alexie shows that friends can be created in places you would never expect. When Arnold goes to Rearden, Roger is a bully to him. Roger repeatedly made

  • Personal Narrative: Learning From Home Ownership

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    phase of my life and my circle broadens, I start learning new things.” – Kapil Dev. Purchasing a home threw me into a new phase of my life, my circle of responsibilities broadened, and I slowly began to learn the need to prepare financially for the unexpected and how to attempt new tasks, such as home improvements, on my own. My husband, Dustin, and I bought our one-hundred-year old, single story, yellow house on June 3, 2006. Consisting of three bedrooms, a massive living room, a suitable dining room

  • The Future In Charles E. Finch's 'The Cog'

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    The future. Human nature doesn't now what will happen. But the man that shows us this is Charles E. Finch, writer of The Cog, he illuminates in the reader's eyes that they should expect the unexpected in the near future. Although some people may argue that when they plan for the future they will have a better life, but everyone has to watch out for the bumps that life can bring you. When people travel travel through life they hit road bumps that cause a goal in their life unachievable.

  • Monkey's Paw Death Symbolism

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    wanted, but someone would have to die for that wish to come true. It may have an unexpected consequence that you would have regretted that wish you have made. Edgar Allen Poe and W.W Jacobs use fate plus symbolism, but when combined results in a serious consequence. They also use fate and symbolism to put a good picture of death in your head. The Monkey's Paw and Masque Of The Red Death are both ironic and both show unexpected consequences or outcomes, plus fate played a good role in the stories. The

  • Social Thinking

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    While, the expected versus unexpected lessons allows the participant to understand that anything that they do, either it is verbal or nonverbal can leave impact on what other people think of them. Thus, they have to change their own action for the better in order to leave good impressions

  • The Landlady: Film Vs. Short Film

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    In the short story “The Landlady,” by Roald Dahl and the short film, “Tales of the Unexpected” series, Billy Weaver goes to Bath, England where he meets an old landlady. Screenwriters change an author's work because they want to expand their ideas from a book into a movie. In both the story and short film there are many similarities to be found. For example, the story and short film the characters motives are the same. In both the versions Billy goes to England for a job, “Find your lodgings he